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Discover Dalmatia in all its glory - Šolta, Hvar and Vis in one week by boat

Discover Dalmatia in all its glory - Šolta, Hvar and Vis in one week by boat

Discover Dalmatia in all its glory - Šolta, Hvar and Vis in one week by boat

Do you want a fantastic cruising vacation where you can relax on the boat and forget about everyday problems? Rent a sailboat, catamaran or motorboat, set off on a journey through the beautiful Adriatic Sea, and create memories for a lifetime.

In our fleet at the Charter Center in Biograd na Moru, we have numerous different types and sizes of boats that you can rent and enjoy wherever you go. For a perfect vacation, we recommend that you rent a boat with a skipper so that you can relax completely, and the skipper will take care of everything else. Seven days of enjoyment are ahead of you, and it's only up to you to choose where. This time we recommend that you head to the beautiful south of the Adriatic. Let your final destination be the beautiful and remote island of Vis, and on the way stop at Šolta and Hvar. In this article, we will reveal to you why you should visit these three islands.

Sail to the south for adventure

Start from the beautiful town of Biograd na Moru, located in the center of the Dalmatian coast. Our charter center is located in Marina Kornati, near the Kornati islands. This time, visit the breathtaking National park Kornati and head south toward your destination.

Discover Dalmatia in all its glory - Šolta, Hvar and Vis in one week by boat

The sail to Šolta is longer, so we recommend that you split it into two days. On the first day, stop in the Šibenik archipelago and enjoy the beauty of its gentle islands. Whichever island you decide to sail to, you won't go wrong. Prvić, Zlarin, Kaprije or the offshore island of Žirje, each of these islands hides a rich history and has its own special story. Beautiful nature, deep calm bays, crystal clear sea, and numerous restaurants with top gastronomic offers tempt all sailors to stop. In agreement with the skipper, choose one or more islands to visit and enjoy Dalmatia in its full glory. Sleep in safe marinas on these islands or on one of the many protected anchorages on buoys.

Šolta is the peaceful oasis

After a peaceful night, head south towards the beautiful Šolta. The island of untouched wilderness near Split is one of the favorite destinations of many sailors.

We could say that Šolta is an island with three different worlds - the northern side of the island is home to numerous harbors and nautical centers, the center of the island is covered with olive groves, vineyards and old villages that have retained their original appearance of stone houses. The south of the island is inhabited, but it is an area with numerous deep bays.


The first settlement you will see is Maslinica - an old fishing village, today is known to sailors for its marina where 40 vessels can be moored. The marina was recently renovated and is located not far from the Martinis Marchi castle, which was built way back in 1708. If you decide to go to an olive grove, you won't go wrong because this small village has a wide range of excellent restaurants where you can enjoy excellent fish and meat dishes. On the north side of the island, there are several coastal villages and ports that are also a great choice to visit. Rogač is the main port of Šolta, where you will find a safe mooring, as well as a gas station for ships. Not far from the Rogač bay and harbor, on the way to the southeast is the largest and most indented Nečujam bay. In this large bay, there are several smaller ones where you will find many interesting things, but also great opportunities for swimming and diving. Visit the bay where the Contessa ship sank, or the bay where the Roman emperor Diocletian had a fish pond.

Here, too, you will find a large selection of restaurants where you can enjoy top-quality food and wine. Another thing Šolta is famous for is its honey.


Be sure to look for local meads and taste honey that is truly medicinal.

Set sails for magical Hvar

After a night's sleep in one of the harbors or on the buoys, head further southeast towards the Split Gate where you will reach the south side of the island. This part of Šolta is uninhabited, but it is rich in beautiful bays with crystal clear sea. The hard-to-access terrain is the reason why most of these bays cannot be approached from the land, but only from the sea. But this is exactly why they have kept their wild beauty and untouched nature.

Hvar - island with most sunny days

After the beautiful Šolta, continue south to Hvar, the sunniest island in the Adriatic.


Because of it’s beauty Hvar was once again recognized and included in the top of the most beautiful islands in the world, according to Trip Savvy! The mild climate, Mediterranean nature, numerous fields of lavender, olive groves and vineyards, and lots of sun, are just some of the assets this island has up its sleeve. Because of all of the above, this island, and especially the town of Hvar, has become a destination where the world's biggest stars - like Beyoncé or Prince Harry - seek entertainment and rest. Hvar is the only island in the world that has as many as six world heritage sites that are on the UNESCO list. Among them is the Starogradsko polje, an agricultural landscape laid out by the ancient Greeks, as far back as the 4th century BC.

A great place for fun and rest

When you are on the island of Hvar, be sure to visit the town of Hvar and the Old Town, the two largest places on the island. These places are the best indicators of the rich past and the history of this island, which for a long time had an important strategic place in maritime navigation and trade. Numerous palaces, churches, and monuments testify to life from ancient days.

For those who want modern and luxurious entertainment, Hvar has that too. Top gastronomy, and a large selection of places to go out, will provide you with crazy fun every day. If you prefer a quieter environment in the harbor where you anchor, we recommend that you sail to Stari Grad or Jelsa.


When you are already on Hvar, be sure to visit the Pakleni Islands. This group of islets is a favorite place to enjoy the sea, which reminds you of being on tropical islands.

Vis a remote island for great vacation

After a wonderful vacation in Hvar, it's time to go to Vis - the most remote inhabited island in the Adriatic. There are two larger towns on Vis - Vis and Komiža and numerous smaller villages in the interior and on the coast itself. Vis is an island full of various specificities. Namely, from the end of World War II until 1989, the entire island of Vis was a large military fortress and was isolated and closed to foreigners. Because of this, Vis has preserved untouched nature, beautiful landscapes, and the local population is engaged in agriculture and fishing.


This island is a favorite destination for sailors because it offers numerous bays and places for anchoring, but also for swimming and enjoying. On this island, they produce the top-quality Vugava white wine, for which Vis is famous. There are legends that the first vines were brought to Vis by the ancient Greeks and that they were planted in Viško polje.


You can try this one, as well as many others, in fantastic restaurants, but also in numerous taverns where only local food is offered. The island of Vis will win you over with its simplicity, rich history, and heavenly bays that are the perfect haven for a summer vacation.

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