7 DAYS CHARTER ROUTE - NAPLES GULF ROUTE

NORTH ADRIATIC 14 DAYS CHARTER ROUTE
Day 1 - Home port Marina Kaštela – Šolta Island, Maslinica
The Island of Šolta is located near the City of Split. It has practically become a suburb of Split with only 9 nautical miles of distance between them. Šolta, which is 19 kilometers long and 4,5 kilometers wide, is a sailing paradise with its 24 bays. Maslinica is the only settlement and port on the west side of the island, and it is a great tourist destination for the nature lovers. The unspoilt beaches and the crystal clear sea in Maslenica are lately becoming very popular with yachtsmen, divers, rowers and cyclists.

Day 2 - Maslinica – The Kornati archipelago
The Kornati archipelago of Croatia is located in the northern part of Dalmatia, south from Zadar and west from Šibenik. It is 35 kilometers long and it contains 140 islands in a sea area of about 320 square kilometers. Kornati are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. The name of the archipelago is the plural form of the name of the largest island, called Kornat. Kornati are a famous Croatian national park.

Day 3 - The Kornati archipelago – Molat Island
Molat is an island which is very close to Dalmatian City Zadar. Having less than 25 square kilometers in size, and merely 200 residents, it is a prime spot for everybody looking for a peaceful vacation.

Day 4 - Molat Island – Mali Lošinj
Lošinj is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea, in the Kvarner Gulf. It is known for its lush vegetation, charming bays and tall pine forests. Visitors have been coming to this island known as ‘the island of vitality’ for centuries, to revitalise mind, body and spirit. Mali Lošinj is the island’s largest town, and it is the center of the island. The natural harbour in Mali Lošinj is surrounded by the beautiful Mediterranean town houses and green hills.

Day 5 - Mali Lošinj – The City of Pula
Pula is the largest city in Istria, which is the largest peninsula in Croatia. Pula is known for its many historical sites and examples of Roman architecture. The most famous attraction is the well preserved Roman amphitheatre or the Arena, which hosts events all summer. The town and its riviera hide some of the best beaches in Istria.

Day 6 - The City of Pula – The Town of Rovinj
Rovinj is a town on the west coast of Istria. It is an extremely popular tourist resort in Croatia, known as one of the most picturesque and romantic towns on the Mediterranean. The town has been developing an exquisite gastronomy and offers a high standard of tourist services in general, so it attracts a large number of tourists. The old town of Rovinj is the protected historical centre of Rovinj, the most appealing part of the town for visitors.

Day 7 - Rovinj – Brijuni Islands
The archipelago of the Brijuni islands is formed of 14 small islands. It lies off the southwest coast of Istria in the vicinity of Pula. Famous for their scenic beauty, the islands are a holiday resort and a Croatian National Park. The Brijuni Archipelago is known for its preserved Mediterranean vegetation, which is partly landscape and partly a safari park.

Day 8 - Brijuni Islands – Cres Island
Cres is one of the northern islands in the Kvarner Gulf. The island has its own fresh water lake, Lake Vrana, which is one of the deepest fresh water lakes in Eastern Europe. Cres is the largest island in the Adriatic, 66 kilometres long and 2-12 kilometres wide. The richness of its  flora and fauna, with an exceptional number of endemic species, is a real challenge for nature lovers.

Day 9 - Cres Island – Opatija
Opatija is a town situated in the Gulf of Kvarner, and it is a popular summer and winter resort. The whole sea-coast to the north and south of Opatija is rocky and picturesque. Opatija has always been known as a destination for wellness. Some of the top wellness and spa centers in the region can be found here. The town is famous for its coastal promenade Lungomare, clean beaches, green parks, fine dining, cultural monuments and villas.

Day 10 - Opatija – Krk Island
Krk is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea, located near Rijeka in the Bay of Kvarner. It is the second largest island in the Adriatic. It is a diverse island that offers variety of attractions and experiences. There you can visit a thousand years old towns, small rural villages, well equipped city beaches, secluded swimming bays, lively bars and clubs and small and quiet restaurants and caffe bars.

Day 11 - Krk Island -  Rab Island
The Island of Rab is located in the Kvarner Gulf, in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic and probably one of the most magical. It is covered with pine forests and has beautiful sandy beaches. The main resort on the island, Rab Town, is where most of the island’s sights are located – and as it’s a place full of medieval buildings.


Day 12 - Rab Island – The City of Zadar
Zadar is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful Dalmatian cities. It is a city of tourism, and it is famous for its extraordinary history and rich cultural heritage. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts. These ramparts are a real treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the famous Sea Organ, the first of its kind in the world.

Day 13 - The city of Zadar – The Town of Vodice
Vodice is a famous tourist destination at the Adriatic coast of Croatia, known for its vibrancy, diversity and a rich tourist offer. The town is located along the coast, in a wide bay area. Vodice is very proud of its historical and cultural heritage.

Day 14 - The Town of Vodice – The Town of Trogir
Trogir is a picturesque historic town and harbor on the Adriatic Coast in Croatia.
Today, being situated 25 kilometres north of Split, it is part of the greater Split metropolitan area. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as it is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls, and has many beautiful buildings that testify to its rich history.

Day 15 - The Town of Trogir – Home port Marina Kaštela


This is a perfect route for the Motor Yacht Charter Croatia