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3 day sailing itinerary from Zadar
Discovering the coastline of Zadar
When chartering a oat to explore Old Town Zadar and the surrounding islands, it’s good to know that the best time to sail in Croatia is during summer months (June to September). Plan your route with us carefully to ensure you make the most of your trip. With so many islands to explore, it’s worth taking the time to research and choose your yacht to suit your needs.
Start your day by exploring the city’s historical center, which is known for its Roman ruins, medieval churches, and stunning architecture. Stroll along the cobblestone streets and visit the famous Sea Organ, an architectural marvel that produces music through the movement of the waves.
Once you are ready to set sail, head towards the islands of Molat and Ist. These islands are located just off the coast of Zadar and are known for their beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. Molat is a small island with a population of just over 200 people, making it an ideal destination for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Ist, on the other hand, is a larger island with a population of around 2000 people. It is known for its stunning beaches and beautiful landscapes.
Day 1: Beautiful Dugi Otok
Dugi Otok is a beautiful island that is known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. Start your day by exploring the beautiful beaches of Sakarun and Veli Rat. You can also visit the lighthouse of Veli Rat, which is one of the tallest lighthouses in the Adriatic.
In the afternoon, head towards the southern part of the island and anchor in the bay of Telascica. This is a beautiful bay that is located within the Telascica Nature Park, which is home to stunning cliffs and a saltwater lake called Mir. You can explore the cliffs and the lake, and enjoy some swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters.
Day 2: National Park of Kornati
On your second day head towards the nearby National Park of Kornati. This is a beautiful marine park that is known for its crystal-clear waters and stunning landscapes. The park is home to over 100 islands, islets, and reefs, making it an ideal destination for those who want to explore the natural beauty of the region. Spend the day exploring the islands and bays of the park, and enjoy some swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters.
Day 3: Explore islands of Ugljan and Pašman
On the last day of your sailing charter, you will explore the islands of Ugljan and Pašman, which are located just off the coast of Zadar.
Start your day by sailing towards the island of Ugljan, which is known for its beautiful beaches, stunning landscapes, and rich cultural heritage. The island is home to several charming fishing villages, including Preko, Kali, and Ugljan, which are perfect for exploring on foot. You can also visit the beautiful Franciscan monastery in the village of Kukljica, which is known for its stunning architecture and beautiful gardens.