7 Day North Cruise along Croatian Adriatic Coast

Kaštela – Drvenik Veli
Upon setting sail from Marina Kaštela, head north towards the island of Drvenik in close vicinity to Trogir. Indented coast, long sandy and pebble beaches and untouched nature is what describes this island. Important fact for boaters is that this island offers a port protected from all winds, the Grabula bay. Drvenik Veli is surrounded by several exceptionally beautiful islets of which Krknjaši particularly stand out. The bay of Krknjaši is particularly popular among yachtsmen and sailors. 
Active holidays, walks in nature where you feel like you are alone in the world and indulging yourself in the autochthonous food offered in the local restaurants will fill your day entirely.
Drvenik Veli – Primošten
After one of the most enchanting bays of the Adriatic, head for The harmony of sea, sun and stone, head for Primošten. It is a town settled on a peninsula which used to be an island, but the passage between the island and land was filled up so it is now permanently connected to mainland. For a long period of time Primošten has been attracting tourists with its charming spirit, Mediterranean streets and little stone houses and it has worked its way up to becoming one of the most wanted destinations on the Adriatic. Only 2 nM away from Primošten is Marina Kremik with 400 berths. Surrounded by breathtaking vineyards, it is one of the most attractive and safest marinas on the Adriatic.
Primošten – Skradin
On the third day of sailing, we recommend a sail to Skradin. Walk the narrow streets of this enchanting, small romantic town with a rich history. Its centre is a protected cultural monument. What surely attracts tourists’ attention is the geographical position of this picturesque town, the place where river becomes the sea. You can use this day to visit the National Park Krka and relax after an amazing walk in one of the numerous restaurants as you listen to the songs of Klapas. Skradin has also been a secret destination and refuge for numerous world class celebrities.

In the vicinity of NP Krka there is another highly protected part of nature, extremely beautiful and definitely worth the visit – the Telašćica bay. It is situated in on the SE side of the island of Dugi otok. Proclaimed a nature park in 1988, this place is full of opposites, calm sea on one side and steep cliffs on the other; cultivated olive groves and vineyards and dry zones covered in degraded forms of vegetation.

On the rather rich list of protected nature sites is also National Park Kornati. National Park Kornati counts 89 islands, islets and rocks which together make a real nautical heaven, offering an infinite number of possibilities and opportunities to enjoy what this national park has to offer.
Drvenik Veli
Marina Kremik
National Park Krka
Nature Park Telašica
Skradin – Prvić Luka
After taking in the beauties of world famous Skradin, make a stop at Prvić, an island in Šibenik archipelago, covered in olive groves and vineyards.

The island has many secluded coves or you can anchor in Prvić Luka and enjoy the view of the ravishing archipelago from the shade of Mediterranean pines, spend a quiet relaxing day or go for a walk or wine tasting.
Prvić Luka – Rogoznica
After a relaxing day on Prvić head for Rogoznica, a very popular destination amongst yachtsmen. This stunning north-Dalmatian place offers numerous possibilities for making your holiday special. You can have a peaceful, quiet time in one of the secluded coves or enjoy the noisy night life in one of numerous restaurants or clubs. One of the most beautiful marinas of the Mediterranean is also here, Marina Frapa.

The complex includes 700 fully equipped berths with full surveillance, sports centre, swimming pools and restaurants, offering all a yachtsman might need.
Rogoznica – Maslinica
The last port on this route is Maslinica on the island of Šolta. The island of Šolta is in the warmest and cleanest part of Dalmatia, in the vicinity of the islands Brač and Hvar.

Maslinica is the place of romantic coves, always green nature while inland hides old villages with stone houses and narrow streets.

The surrounding sea has perfect conditions for diving, fishing and sailing. You will surely enjoy the local wine, well-known honey, grappa and other local produce.
Maslinica – Marina Kaštela
Return to Marina Kaštela.
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