Trogir sailing route – 7 days of nature and Croatian cuisine
Starting point: Trogir
Arrival: We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
About: Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site or as some call it the Little Venice of Dalmatia. It is in close vicinity with the airport and city of Split, and its cultural heritage combined with nautical importance has made Trogir one a deservedly well-visited destination. We will leave the sightseeing for the last day of your sailing trip and start this sailing adventure right the first day.
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Primošten has preserved the atmosphere and all the architectural features of a medieval Mediterranean fishing village. It ranks among the most picturesque small towns on the Adriatic, with a number of typical Dalmatian narrow streets in the old town core on a small, hilly peninsula. It is famous for its beautiful beaches and its rich tourist offer.
Skradin is a romantic Mediterranean town with narrow cobbled streets, passages, arches, and stairs and is located at the entrance to Krka National Park. The entire town of Skradin is a protected cultural heritage monument.
The town of Murter is very rich in history. It was first mentioned in the 13th ct. Today, Murter is a town of about 2000 inhabitants and a popular tourist destination.
Authentic stone-vaulted streets, simple dwellings, stone walls covered with ivy, combined with modest but innovative ingenuity have all served to preserve the story of Murter from vanishing into the history books. The town is surrounded by numerous islands and part of them creates the beautiful National park – Kornati.
The Kornati National Park is often mentioned as a “nautical paradise” with its 89 unforgettable islands, islets, and reefs. Kornati islands are one of the top Croatian attractions and a highlight of your sailing route. There are no permanent residents of the islands and most of the area belongs to the people of Murter island who come to tend the olive groves, the vineyards, and orchards. After a whole day sailing and exploring the archipelago, spend a night in Marina Piškera.
Kaprije is a rare car-free oasis full of clean air and clear turquoise water. You can freely enjoy the untouched nature and the sound of the sea and waves. The island was named after the plant ‘’kapar’’ and which was probably abundant at the time of island settlement.
Šolta is undoubtedly one of the must-see destinations on this route. It is an island famous for its olive trees and olive oil making traditions as well as honey making tradition, made from wild rosemary. Locally it is called Olintio and it has been in use since ancient times. Maslinica on the island Šolta has just been awarded the “Best Authentic Coastal Destination (small town)” where you can enjoy spectacular sunsets.
We recommend having an early breakfast and head towards Trogir (of course stop on your way back for a nice swim and sunbathing). Trogir is very rich in culture and history and home to a number of fascinating historic sights that we suggest visiting while there.