Zadar kid friendly sailing route – 7 days of kid friendly dalmatian coast
Starting point: Zadar
Arrival: Check-in at 5 PM at Zadar. You can access Zadar by plane, by ferry and by car (you can park at the marina).
About: Take your kids on a sailing experience of their life. Together you can take this amazing journey, explore places and come closer as a family. You will work as a team and your kids can learn valuable life lessons. This route is made for sailing with children. Islands are perfect places to visit – there are fewer cars, nature is wild and a great place to explore and learn, you can even meet some animals you don’t see on the mainland. The suggested bays have beaches that are easy to enter, but just in case, bring some jelly sandals – they are back in fashion.
Zadar is an old city. The city center is on a peninsula and was surrounded by walls. Today, you can take a walk on the walls and spend some time enjoying the views of the bay. In Zadar you should visit the Sea Organ and the Monument to the Sun where you can watch breathtaking sunsets.
After a tasty breakfast in Božava, sail to Telaščica. On the way, you will pass some of the villages on Dugi Otok: Brbinj, Savar, Luka, Žman, Zaglav, and Sali. Also the island Iž and Rava. Telaščica is a Nature Park located in the southeastern part of Dugi took. The Telašćica bay is one of the safest, the most beautiful, and largest natural ports in the Adriatic. There are 6 islets and cliffs inside the bay, and 25 small coves on the 69 km indented coastline. It is an attractive anchorage for many boaters.
Kornati National Park is often mentioned as a “nautical paradise” in tourist publications. You will sail through the 89 unforgettable islands, islets, and reefs in the Kornati National Park.
Zlarin is a small island near the mainland city of Šibenik. Zlarin’s highest point is Klepac. During the bright and sunny days from this point, you can see Mount Velebit and volcanic Jabuka island in the Adriatic Sea. Zlarin is a non-vehicle area.
Skradin is a small romantic Mediterranean town with narrow cobbled streets, passages, arches and stairs located near the Krka river and at the entrance to the Krka National Park. The entire town of Skradin is a protected cultural heritage monument.
The island is in the northwest part of the Šibenik archipelago, separated from the mainland by a sea canal at Tisno which is spanned by a short draw-bridge. The southwestern coastline is predominantly steep slopes divided by many sandy coves. The island has lots of rocky beaches, as well as several sandy ones.