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.
What better way to enjoy ABBA’s music than to be in the place where the music was rocking in the new hit movie, Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
Vis is a Croatian island that lies in the Adriatic sea. It is located southwest of the islands of Brač and Hvar. The island was an important interception of sailing routes throughout history. Nowadays, it is a popular destination for tourists and people with yachts.
The fish market in Split has recently been richer for two new seafood stands. The offer at these stands consisted of all sorts of plastic packages, bottle caps, Styrofoam boxes and syringes, all washed up on the shore from the sea. This exhibition was part of a larger project, whose aim is to influence decision makers and general public to think about the human relation to the sea and nature in general because marine pollution is becoming one of the world’s most important issues.
Sailing can give you many opportunities to meet new people. This is a story about one odd encounter with a very interesting and uncommon person.
If you are looking for the best restaurant on the Adriatic, you will find yourself in a very difficult (although not entirely unpleasant) position. There are plenty of excellent restaurants and taverns on the Croatian coast that offer simple, authentic, high-quality seafood. However, one such restaurant is considered by some to be the best of all.
The island of Vis lies to the southeast of the major Croatian town Split. Just like its neighbors Brač and Hvar, the island is famous for its number of sunny days. On the western side of the island, there is Komiža, once an important fishing town, now a popular tourist destination.
The second and final part of our mini-series about sailing to Croatia’s distant islands describes reaching Palagruža, the remotest island in the Croatian Adriatic. After that, our crew goes back north to Vis and continues its journey to other distant islands in the open sea, Biševo, Brusnik and Jabuka.
In the old and beautiful village Komiža on Vis island, Croatia, there is a special way of celebrating the day of St. Nicholas. Each year, the local youngsters burn the boat as part of the celebration.
Viška regata is being held this year from October 17th to October 19th. The regatta starts from Split. The legendary regatta marks the ending of summer and the beginning of the racing season. It is a fun and relaxing regatta filled with laughter and celebration.