Tag: Croatian islands
Central Adriatic is regarded by many to be one of the most interesting sailing destinations in the world. Visiting all of its beauties in one go could be a bit challenging, but our skipper has prepared a route will enable you to visit this magical region.
Lošinj – island of vitality and island of scents and tastes. Not only is it worth visiting when you decide to cruise aboard a charter yacht around the North Adiratic, Lošinj also established the Program of Sustainable Development and is building a brand new eco-marina. On top of it all, Lošinj is in the one-day range of all charter bases and marinas at the North Adriatic.
Among numerous islands in Croatia, Hvar is considered one of the most beautiful and most interesting. There are larger towns where you can enjoy culture and nightlife, and small villages, where you can relax and recharge your batteries. Vrboska is one such village. Situated on the island’s northern shores, it radiates the atmosphere of peace and tranquility.
Sailing can be so much more than gliding the sea and sunbathing on the deck. Our skipper offers you his proposal for a special sailing route in Central Adriatic that includes adrenaline activities and exciting nightlife, mixed with calmer nights in smaller Adriatic towns. This route is ambitious and challenging, but is perfect for everybody who is seeking an unforgettable sailing experience!
Restaurant Mare, also known as Šporka Mare, is a famous restaurant on the islet Katina, in the heart of Kornati archipelago. This house on the shore was a shelter to fishermen and passengers. The owners turned it into an amazing restaurant that offers unforgettable seafood delicacies.
Here are seven must visit restaurants on Croatian islands. The criteria was that their owners or chefs emphasize respect for the tradition and their own originality. The restaurants on the list are Pojoda, Vis; Pol Murvu, Vis; Kod Marka, Šipan; Jorja, Šolta; Tic-Tac, Murter; Palmira, Unije; Bora Bar, Mali Lošinj.
ACI marina Piškera is located in the heart of Kornati archipelago and offers its 120 berths from April to October for yachts up to 30 m. The view from the hill over the marina provides one of the most spectacular sunsets at the entire Adriatic.
Krapanj is the smallest and lowest among the inhabited islands in the Croatian Adriatic. It has a long tradition of sponge diving. At one point in history, more than 1500 people lived on this island, which also made it the most densely populated island in the Adriatic. It is situated close to Šibenik, which means that it is easy to reach.
Rogač is the main port of Šolta island. Unfortunately, it only has one restaurant, the very good Pasarela, which cannot receive all visitors. Luckily, there is one more restaurant in the area. It is called Momčin dvor and is situated in the nearby village Grohote. Just like the village, the tavern has an old-fashioned atmosphere that witnesses the village’s rich agricultural past. The owners of the tavern keep the island’s tradition of simple meals.
Šešula is a small bay on the Croatian island of Šolta. It is popular among lovers of sailing because it is deep enough to protect from all winds. The old-fashioned way of anchoring with tying the stern ashore is still possible in the deepest and the calmest cove of the bay. A very good restaurant called Šišmiš is situated in the bay. Make sure you try their fish dishes, just announce your arrival in advance. They will even assist you with mooring and offer you free overnight stay on a buoy after the dinner.