DISCOVER PEARLS OF ADRIATIC BY BOAT
DAY 1. SPLIT – MILNA (The Island of Brac)
Milna is located on the western part of the island Brac, 18 kilometres from Supetar. It is famous by its marvellous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diocletian have found a secure harbour in the time of the building of his palace in Split. Today there is a marina with several berths, modern equipped for a secure stay and the service of yachtsmen from the whole world.
DAY 2. MILNA (Island Brac) – KOMIZA (Island Vis)
Komiza is located in a deep bay on the western side of the island Vis below the 600 meter high mountain Hum. It is a typical Mediterranean village, which attracts the tourists with beautiful beaches and with narrow roads and houses squeezed together around the harbour. There are gravel beaches along the whole east coast of the Bay of Komiza with sources of drinking water: Gusarica, Nova posta, Velo zalo.
Take a trip to the Blue Cave, a water-logged sea cave located in a small bay called Balun (Ball in the local dialect), on the east side of the island of Bisevo which is about 4.5 nautical miles from Komiza. Through a submarine-like opening on the ceiling of the cave that sunlight gets in and creates an iridescent blue glowing effect all around the cave. The cave was formed by the wave action of the sea, as sea water eroded the limestone rock of which the whole island of Bisevo is composed. The cave receives more than 10,000 tourist visits every year.
DAY 3. KOMIZA (Island Vis) – PALMIZANA (Island Hvar)
PALMIZANA is the popular name for the small island of St. Klement, Palmizana is located just off the coast of the town of Hvar. It is one of many islands in the unique Paklinski archipelago renowned for its beauty. Here you can wander in nature, visit the museum of amphorae, the gallery with works of renowned artists, the art shop, or experience the Palmizana beaches.
DAY 4. PALMIZANA (Island Hvar) – POLACE (Island Mljet)
Polace is a village in the western part of the northern coast of the island of Mljet.
It is the largest and the safest bay on the whole Island, as it is secluded and sheltered by 4 small islands Tajnik, Moracnik, Ovrata and Kobrava. Because of its sheltered position, Polace is very popular bay among sailors and yachtsman to do their anchorage there. The bay itself is 5.6 km long and about 4 km wide. Polace is also one of the ferry ports on Mljet. The village of Polace has just over one hundred permanent inhabitants. It has couple of restaurants and cafes, as well as a shop for basic provisions.
Polace has a number of ancient ruins dating from the 1st to the 6th centuries. However, of greatest significance is the Roman palace hence the name “Polace” from 5th century whose walls dominates the village.
DAY 5.POLACE (Island Mljet) – KORCULA (Island Korcula)
The sixth largest island in Croatia, Korcula is 20 miles long and rather narrow, between 4 and 5 miles wide on average. This island is known for its dense forest and the ancient Greeks called the island Black Korcula (Kerkyra melaina) for this reason. The main resorts are Korcula Town (people call it “Little Dubrovnik” because of its medieval squares, churches, palaces and houses), Vela Luka and Lumbarda.
DAY 6. KORCULA (Island Korcula) – JELSA (Island Hvar)
The town Jelsa is located in the middle of the island of Hvar and is mild, clean and open hearted to the guests and travelers. Jelsa is surrounded by the two highest mountains on the island – in the west St. Nikola, and in the east Hum. Many adventurers, ethnologists and archaeologists visited the island in the past and still today researching the herbs, minerals and the antique monuments.
The bays and capes are adequate for swimming. There are nice gravel beaches surrounded by pine forets, which offer you the necessary refreshment and shade during the summer heat.
DAY 7. JELSA (Island Hvar ) – BOL (Island Brac) – SPLIT
Bol is situated on the southern part of the island Brac, and is the oldest town on the coast of Brac. This little town was founded long ago and became an extraordinary tourist oasis because of the wide gravel and sandy beaches which expands over 10 km and the sources of drinking water. It is not possible to avoid the Zlatni rat, certainly the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic sea, whose cape is turning one moment to one side and the other moment to the other side playing a strange game with the wind and the waves.