Split to Hvar 7 Day Bareboat Itinerary

Explore the likes of Korcula as you sail around Croatia

Suggested itinerary from Split to Hvar, Croatia

Duration: 7 days

Note: The following itinerary covers a larger area of the Southern Dalmatian cruising ground, and includes a few longer passages. It is feasible, although some legs may be weather dependent, but worth considering if you are keen to venture further afield.

Saturday - Kastela to Milna

Overview:

Brac is one of the more mountainous islands along the Dalmatian coast with the highest peak on the Adriatic. Your first stop in Milna is just under two hours sailing from Split and a popular choice with yachties. There are two choices of mooring, either on anchor in bays around Milna and Bobovisce or in the ACI marina within the town itself. This small town has a good shop and a few restaurants. Milna cathedral is also worth a visit the following morning a short walk away from the town.

Sunday - Milna to Vis

Overview:

The end destination is the Island of Vis where you will be spending the next two nights. It is full of unusual beaches and caves, while offering some of the best taverns and restaurants in the Dalmatian region. Vis was once a Roman outpost called Issa and was one of the first Roman settlements in these parts. This small city has numerous examples of Roman architecture, a traditional food market with great seafood. Your stop for the night is the town of Vis, where we would suggest an early evening stroll around town, followed by a welcome meal in a selection of three fine restaurants, each with its own character and points of difference, depending on your mood.

Highlights:

Walk around the Roman ruins of Vis town, an old Roman naval outpost.

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Monday - Vis to Komiza

Overview:

The southern side of Vis island offers a great deal of choice when choosing a spot to stop for a swim. Each of the bays listed are an unusual combination of rock and slate formations and pebble beaches, specific to this area, and are generally out of the way of the majority of visitors.

Highlights:

The Blue and Green Cave are a must see when in this part of the Adriatic. The Green is also an unusual natural anomaly which is well worth a visit while sailing the Southern part of Vis.

Tuesday - Komiza to Zaklopatica or Skrivena Luka

Overivew:

From Komiza, you are in for a longer stretch of sailing to the more remote island of Lastovo and an opportunity to buy some prize Scorpion fish 'Skrpina' and have it prepared in the sheltered Zaklopatica bay on Lastovo which is your final destination.

We recommend you try the lobster here as the Lastovians are particularly well known for their lobster and Skrpina fish and have their own grilling methods which really make a difference! Depending on how well you are progressing it might be worth going the extra mile to Skrivena Luka.

Skrivena Luka 'The Hidden port' used to be a pirate hideaway in past times, as the mouth of the bay is almost unnoticeable when sailing along the coast of Lastovo. This also means that the bay provides exceptional shelter for yachts and still waters.

Although Lastovo is one of the more remote islands in the area, Skrivena Luka can be quite popular during the peak season. Recommended mooring, especially as the bottom of the bay hides a great restaurant, which is also a great place to buy fresh, live lobster, and the owner is a master of grilling the Skrpina the Lastovian way.

Highlights:

Sail to the pirate hideaway of the Hidden Harbour, Skrivena Luka.

Enjoy fresh lobster and grilled seafood with a twist in either Zaklopatica or Skrivena Luka

Charter a yacht in the clear waters of Korcula

Wednesday - Lastovo to Korcula Town

In the morning a visit to the hilltop town of Lastovo is a possible recommendation before setting off to Korcula. Depending on the progress you are making you might consider anchoring in the Lumbarda area outside Korcula for a swimstop, or alternatively try stop around the lagoon-like are of the Saplun area near Lastovo.

Korcula town is akin to a slower paced Hvar, and is often called the mini Dubrovnik, a charming old town with bags of history, birthplace of Marco Polo, and with many festival traditions throughout the summer.

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Thursday - Vela Luka to Hvar, Palmizana

From Korcula it is around a 4-hour sail to Hvar town, the largest town on the island and the cultural center of the area. An early afternoon arrival is most likely to ensure mooring in the town itself either on the town pier or on anchor within the bay of Hvar. We would definitely recommend spending the afternoon/evening strolling around and possible going for a walk to the Fort at the top of the hill, which offers great views of the town and the surrounding hills in the evening.

Alternatively, if you would like to get away from the crowds we would recommend mooring in Palmizana marina on Hell`s islands, just opposite from Hvar town, where you will find a number of interesting bays for swimming and snorkelling as well as a few good restaurants as well.

You can then decide to do a bit of sightseeing around Hvar the morning after. You can also break up your sail to Palmizana by stopping in one of the bays around Scedro Island, where we would recommend mooring in Zavala bay to collect some wine from the Plenkovic vineyard.

Friday - Hvar to Kastela Marina

After a leisurely start in Palmizana you have time to go into Hvar for more sightseeing and sail back to Kastela marina in plenty of time.

Final refuelling is possible either in Milna marina or on the N side of Solta in Rogac. Upon your arrival in Kastela marina you have the option of getting the marina staff to organise a transfer to Trogir for the evening where we suggest you take time to explore the seafront and have dinner before heading back for your last night on the yacht.

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