Check in – Split
Day 1 – Šolta island
We start our trip with the island of Šolta, a perfect destination for all those in search of crystal clear sea, secluded beaches, and delicious fresh food offering ideal conditions for a relaxing and quite holiday. This is an island yet to be discovered – its southern bays are a true gem and a must-see! The more or less indented, turquoise oases are ideal for single day excursions, exploration adventures, bathing, swimming, fishing, etc.
Stomorska is a perfect blend of opposites: old stone houses, sailing boats and small wooden fishing boats docked only a few metres away, Dalmatian taverns and modern cafes. The beaches stretch along both the left and right side of the bay, where anyone can find their perfect place in the sun – an ideal spot for sunbathing and diving in the hot summer days. Stomorska’s rustic charm combined with the hospitality of its inhabitants will sweep you off your feet.
Uvala Tatinja n ideal place for a day’s excursion and a quiet rest. It has a few small beaches, and it is heaven for cliff divers. The tranquil, crystal clear turquoise sea is protected against both northern and south-eastern winds.
Lonely Paradise is a small family restaurant located at Tatinja bay. We promise an intimate and relaxed dining experience that offers something different to local and foreign patrons and ensures you enjoy a memorable food experience. This restaurant prepares local, dalmatian specialities.
Day 2 – Tijat
Tijat is an uninhabited Croatian island which offers you a little peace of heaven on Earth. You can enjoy crystal clear sea and amazing colours combining sun, pines and sea.
Spirito Summer Place Lounge bar & Restaurant is located on the island Tijat.
Let your summer fly away with beautiful cocktails and delicious food. The “it” place we recommend for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing is Kakan, bay Potkućina. On the pictures you can see that is clearly a heaven on Earth.
Day 3 – Murter
Murter is an island in North Dalmatia connected to the mainland by a bridge in a place Tisno. Their main occupation is tourism; besides tourism the people of the island are engaged in fishing, agriculture and even shipbuilding. Murter has a very indented coastline which means there are many bays with various beaches.
Vrgada is a secluded island on which there are no cars, so you can imagine how beautiful it must be. We recommend swimming and anjoying here.
Tic Tac has been known for years as one of the finest restaurants on our coast. Their recipes are based on the traditional Dalmatian cuisine, with special emphasis on fish and other seafood, of which they strive to create the ultimate gastronomic experience.
Day 4 – Otok Žut
Žut is one of the islands of the Kornati archipelago. There are no permanent settlements on the island with only fishermen, sheepherders, and olive and fig growers visiting the island occasionally from the island of Murter.
Seafood restaurant “Fešta” is situated in the inlet of Golubovac on the island of Žut. It is located among hundred-year-old olives on the very coast. Looking at the interior, the restaurant looks like an old Dalmatian tavern, and has a collection of native crafts. Numerous fisherman and agricultural tools, accessories and traditional clothing are displayed there.
Day 5 – Kornati
The Kornati islands are an archipelago consisting of 140 islands and islets covering an area of 114 square miles (300 square km). 89 of the islands are part of the Kornati National Park, which was established in 1980. With its natural beauty, numerous coves and crystal clear blue waters, it’s easy to see why this part of Croatia has been designated a national park. The largest island in the archipelago is Kornat – from which the group of islands gets its name.
The nautical paradise in the quiet bay of Žakan, you will find a restaurant of the same name.
To dock in Žakan means to arrive at a place where everything is completely different, new, but still completely in tune with the 21st century. The gastronomic approach is also modern, but with an atmosphere matching the location. In the tavern Žakan they maintain and respect the traditional food preparation inherited from old Kornati fishermen and farmers merged with selected fresh ingredients which combine specialities irresistible for guests.
Day 6 – Primošten
Once an island, Primošten has preserved the atmosphere and all the architectural features of a medieval Mediterranean fishing village. Naturally sheltered from the winds, surrounded by vineyards woven into a stone honeycomb, at the foot of the hills there is Kremik marina which is unique on the Adriatic.
Restaurant Santa Maria is the place we recommend to eat at. They offer varieties of local Dalmatian cuisine and have specialities as Dalmatian peka, Dalmatian pašticada or our fish, freshly prepared.
Heading to Split during afternoon hours.
Day 7 – Split
On your last charter day (Saturday) you have to check out latest by 9:00am in Split.