Split archipelago route is the largest route in Croatia. You can easily spend 2 week sailing here. There are 6 large marinas and several smaller in the area and probably over 700 sailing yachts and catamarans available to choose from.
Split has a very beautiful marina and Riva ( Riva was an area in the village/town where ships can dock). If your yacht departs from here, you are lucky as you will spend enough time visiting the town, the Diocletian Palace and walk along the Riva. Keep in mind that Split is a Unesco World Heritage Site. But if your yacht departs from one of the other marinas in the area, then a night in Split is mandatory.
Trogir was built in similar times with Split, in the 3rd-2nd century BC. It has a new marina for sailing yachts and you can be departing from here too, if the yacht you want to charter is based here. The Riva in Trogir is not as big as in Split, but it is very beautiful and it’s historic center is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in central Europe and also an Unesco World Heritage Site. You need to spend 1 night here.
Hvar island is the diamond of the area, the Saint Tropez of Croatia. Besides plenty of natural bays to anchor or moor for swimming or even night time, there is a large marina on a small island across Hvar, Marina Palmizana. You can leave the yacht here and take a regular water taxi to the town of Hvar, as there are very few spots in Hvar port.
Also, in the Palmizana area there are a few distinguished restaurants.
Once you get in Hvar town you will have many premium restaurants to choose from and several beach bars to spend the day.
Vis island was kind of recently open for tourism, in 1992. Before that it was a military base, hosting few submarine bases. Lots of wine yards on this island so there are nice places for wine tasting paired with incredible local slow cooked food. You can also find some super nice fine dinning and few places for a little party. The island has 2 large ports, Vis and Komiza and once you get around here, there are also many caves and secluded beaches to visit.
If you spend more time here you can also rent scooters and go around the island.
The island of Brac is one of the largest islands in the area. It has a very nice village called Milna. There is a long way getting in the port and spots to dock on both sides. Supetar is a bigger town and port for sailors in need of repairs or spare parts. On the south side it’s also the only sandy beach in the area, close to Bol.
Korcula has a large village called Vela Luka which has a large Riva and quite a big port. Lots of docking spots and many natural bays for anchoring even overnight.
Mljet is the island that you need to stop if you are going towards Dubrovnik area. It has a natural park and incredible spots to stop for swim or anchor overnight.
Solta Island has a low density of people living all year around, but it still has some cozy restaurant. In Maslinica you can find a restaurant that usually has a big fresh tuna so they cook great steaks. In front of Maslinica, there is an archipelago of 6-7 small islands and you find here pristine turquoise waters for swimming stop or even anchoring over night.
Keep in mind that if you book a yacht with us, you also get 30 minutes of free concierge regarding the best yacht for your needs, the best route for your expectations and also restaurant recommendations for the itinerary decided.