Split sailing trip: 7 days of croatian specialties
This is a 7 (Saturday - Saturday) day sailing trip starting from Split and is meant for people who love food and sailing.
Please note that all restaurants and activities listed are suggestions only, and are not included in the price. The trip can be changed according to your wishes, i.e. stopovers can be added or removed.
The plan for the first day is to arrive on a Saturday in Split and get to the Marina. Your check in on the boat will be at 5 p.m. and you will spend the night there.
For real food lovers we suggest taking the Split Culinary Tour and go Wine tasting. Other great spots to check out
- Toto Burger Bar - best burgers in town
- Corto Maltese Freestyle Food - mixture of cuisines for everyone’s taste
- Bokeria kitchen and Wine Bar - fine dining
You can also use this time to take a
- Game of Thrones guided tour
- Diocletian Palace walking tour
- Highlights of Split by Rickshaw tour
Island Hvar - one of the oldest european towns
In the morning you'll sail towards the beautiful islands of Hvar, the queen of the Dalmatian islands. The island of Hvar offers a dense Mediterranean nature, a rich tradition and architecture in Stari Grad and lively nightlife.
- Restaurant Eremitaž - Fresh seafood served by the sunset
- Kod Barba Luke - relaxed atmosphere with fresh seafood
- Antika - private atmosphere accompanied with great food
- La Gitana bar Cocktail bar - excellent place for a late night dinner
Besides exploring the Stari Grad you can
- Book a Scooter adventure with wine tasting and winery tour
- Tvrdalj Castle tour and Lavender Fields guided tour
- Visit the Stari Grad Museum
Pakleni islands - paradise on Earth
Sail out of Stari Grad towards Pakleni islands which are situated in front of Hvar town. The Palmižana beach, will welcome you with the exotic plants, art and relics, hidden bays and a traffic free area.
- Restaurant Meneghello on Palmižana - with a beautiful terrace and great food
- Laganini Lounge Bar on Palmižana - has a great local vine selection
- Restaurant Macondo in Hvar town - seafood is the biggest star here
- Carpe Diem Bar - great place to have drinks and fun
After enjoying the sandy beach Palmižana you can
- Take a Walk through a unique botanical garden with exotic plants
- Take a Walking tour to Hvar Fortress
- Visit the Hvar Public Theatre and St. Stephen's Cathedral in Hvar town
Island of Vis - the farthest inhabited croatian island
Its exclusiveness is in the island itself; untouched nature and the people that haven't been possessed by tourist commercialisation. Interesting fact: “Mamma Mia! Here we go again” musical was filmed here.
- Roki’s winery and restaurant - you can find the best croatian wine sorts here
- Karijola pizzeria - the best pizza is not in Italy, it is in Karijola
- Restaurant Pojoda - here you can find traditional food prepared in a different way like fish and chickpeas
Things to do in Vis
- Visit Tito’s Cave and Fort George historic site
- See the Ancient Greeks exhibition
- Try paddleboard yoga
Trip to Komiža and stop by the Blue Lagoon and Green Cave
The fifth day you will also stay on the island of Vis and sail to the town Komiža. Komiža is a picturesque fisherman’s town with the most sunny days in a year, hundred year old carob trees, stone houses, medicinal mediterranean plants and vineyards. On your way to you can visit the Budikovac blue lagoon, stop at Stiniva beach and Green cave.
- Jastožera restaurant - great choice for a romantic dinner or any other special occasion
- Bako restaurant - great views while enjoying local cuisine
- Bakery Cukar - this is the best bakery in Croatia
While in Komiža you can
- Take the Military or History tour
- Go hiking or diving
Island of Šolta - Blue Cave and Maslinica island
Must see before setting your sail to Šolta is a spectacular Blue cave on the island of Biševo. Between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on a sunny calm day, the strongest rays of the sun passing through an underwater opening illuminate the cave with a blue light while objects beneath the surface shimmers in silver and pink.
- Šišmiš beach bar - try fresh seafood and a mooring in front of the bar
- Martinis Marchi Restaurant - excellent choice for fine dining
- Šampjer - like a culinary oasis - worth finding
- Try the local olive oil
Other than visiting restaurants you can take the Wine, Honey & Olive Oil of Solta Island - Tasting Tour.
Other than dining you can
- Take a Private Bike Tour of Maslinica
- Book a Secrets of Šolta - Off the beaten track tour
Back to Split
This amazing trip should end with a day of swimming, relaxing and enjoying the beautiful Blue Lagoon on the small island Krknjaši. After that you can enjoy your last evening in Dubrovnik and check out on Saturday morning at 9 am.
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