It's not too late to reward yourself with a fantastic vacation on a luxury catamaran and explore the hidden gems of the Adriatic. The Dalmatian part of the Adriatic Sea is one of the most indented on the Mediterranean with hundreds of islands and islets, making it an ideal destination for anyone who wants to embark on an adventure of exploration on a catamaran.
Our charter center is located in Biograd na Moru in the Kornati marina and is an ideal starting point for sailing. We offer luxury catamarans and whichever one you decide to choose, you will enjoy the complete comfort of the many benefits we offer. All our catamarans are equipped with air conditioning and Wi-Fi internet for maximum fun.
As we have already mentioned, the Dalmatian islands hide a lot of places that are worth visiting with catamaran. Do you know, for example, that Odysseus' cave is hidden in the Adriatic? This cave is located on the island of Mljet, which is also a National Park and one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic. According to legend, this famous Greek mythological hero was shipwrecked near the island Mljet and took refuge in this cave. At that time, the nymph Calypso lived on the island, and she bewitched Odysseus, who remained "imprisoned" on the island for seven years, and was released by order of the gods. According to some sources, this cave was also the home of the Mediterranean seal. The cave can be accessed from the land and from the sea, that is, you can swim to it or enter by a small boat. So, if you want to explore and visit the place of love of Odysseus and the nymph, sail south on a catamaran.
Now, that you are visiting Mljet, it would be a shame not to stop by the Mljet National Park. This is the first marine protected area in Croatia, protected back in 1960. Since then, it has delighted many visitors with the colors and scents of untouched nature.
After enjoying the natural beauty of Mljet, set sail on a catamaran to the west and visit Lastovo. This island is surrounded by smaller islets that will provide you with protection and bays for swimming or anchoring. In addition, it is famous for its naval military tunnels from the communist era, which you should definitely visit.
The island is surrounded by a clear blue sea and is one of the places with the least light pollution in the world. So, anchor or tie up in a bay and enjoy a beautiful night sky. In addition to the beautiful nature, this island has a rich past and hides rich cultural treasures that make it worth staying overnight and exploring. And if you decide to stay overnight, don't miss the opportunity to try the local gastronomic delicacies - sardines on a skewer, brudet, various local desserts, but also local wine and rakija.
On the way to the west, stop at Vis and swim in the beautiful beaches and bays it offers. One of them that should be singled out is Stiniva - a beach in a bay that is easiest to reach from the sea.
Vis has numerous coves and beautiful beaches, and whichever one you choose, you won't go wrong. Next to Vis is the island of Biševo and the famous blue cave that you should visit, as well as the less well-known, but equally beautiful, green cave that is located on the islet of Ravnik.
The town of Vis itself is a well-known nautical center, and there you will certainly find a mooring for a catamaran in a large and safe bay. Treat yourself to a peaceful harbor and the excellent offer that this town on the most remote Croatian island has to offer.
On the way to Biograd and our charter center, stop at Šolta, which can truly be said to be an undiscovered pearl. Located near its larger and "more famous brothers" Brač and Hvar, this island has a lot to offer - from hidden and wind-protected bays to beautiful places and nature that will take your breath away. On Šolta, more precisely in the settlement Maslinica, there is the Martinis Marchi castle from the 18th century, the beauty of which is worth anchoring on this island and devoting an evening to it. Šolta was inhabited during the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans, which not only testifies to the natural, but also historical and cultural riches that this island offers.
Along the way, you will sail past Zlarin and don’t bypass it, but stop and visit it. This island is very close to Šibenik. Swim in the crystal clear sea and explore the biodiversity of marine life. This island is known for the art of making coral and is one of the earliest inhabited islands in Dalmatia, so if you are a history buff, you will enjoy your visit. A fun fact is that Zlarin is the first plastic-free island and an island where no cars drive!
If you want to explore the Šibenik area, be sure to head to Skradin. This beautiful town will leave you breathless. It is located at the confluence of the Krka River and the Adriatic Sea and is one of the must-visit places for boaters.
The Krka National Park and Skradinski buk, one of the largest waterfalls in the series and a favorite place for tourists, are in the immediate vicinity. If you have time, it’s definitely worth visiting.
At the very end of our journey or the beginning, depending on which side you start from, near Biograd na Moru, island Murter is located. Connected to the mainland by a bridge, this island hides numerous beauties that you can enjoy and discover. Numerous quiet bays are the perfect choice for swimming and escaping from the city crowd. What is important to emphasize is that this island, especially the settlement of Betina, is known for its wooden shipbuilding and maritime tradition.
Wherever you go, we advise you to book the services of a skipper who will reveal the other hidden gems of the Dalmatian coast, but also make sure that your vacation on the catamaran goes smoothly, and that you rest and have fun.
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