Croatia Sailing Itinerary with Sailing Yacht “Fortuna”
Starting from Split or Trogir around 17.00 h to Milna, a small picturesque town in island Brač, to
After breakfast departure for swimming and lunch, and overnight in Bol.
After breakfast depart to Hvar, before arrival hold for swimming and lunch in some nice bay. Hvar is a beautiful medieval little town with long history, the center of Dalmatian aristocracy. Also very well known for its nightlife. The island of Hvar is a popular destination for tourists, consistently listed in the top 10 islands by Conde Nast Traveler magazine.
After breakfast from Hvar sailing to island Vis, the farthest Island off the Croatian Coast. Before an overnight stop in Vis, lunch near Stončica beach. The main industries on the island are agriculture (mainly viticulture), fishing, fish refining and tourism.
Autochthonous vine species cultivated on the island are Plavac Mali, Kurteloška, and Vugava (the indigenous grape of what is now known as viognier). These cover about 20% of the arable land on the island.
After breakfast depart for swimming and lunch at islands around Vis, which includes the offshore islands of Budikovac and Biševo. In the afternoon sailing toward Komiža. The sea around Vis is rich with fish, especially bluefish (sardine, mackerel, and anchovy). Komiža fishermen of the 16th century developed their own type of fishing boat, the falkuša which was used even in the second half of the 20th century because of its excellent features. The maritime zone of Komiža is well known for its wide selection of fish: the waters surrounding the island of Jabuka are famous as one of the richest condensation of tuna in the area, and all the islands of the Vis archipelago contain large crabs (spiny lobster and American-type lobster) and qualitative fish.
The top Komižan restaurants and family owned wine cellars would find it impossible not to include these famous offerings from the seas, in addition to the other Dalmatian specialties.
In the last few years, due to the increased interest of tourists and especially nautical tourists on Vis and Bisevo, development of private / agrotourism activity visibly flourishes while remaining a holistic and peaceful place.
After breakfast departure for Blue Cave in Biševo. After visiting the Cave stop into the nearest bay for swimming and lunch. In the afternoon, departure to Pakleni islands.
After breakfast departure for swimming and lunch. After lunch head to Čiovo island.
After breakfast, free time before leaving at 9 AM
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