Are you on a tight schedule in Split but would gladly enjoy all the beauty of the stunning Dalmatian archipelago?
Imagine island hopping encompassing most iconic sights of the Split Aquatorium and visiting pristine secluded beaches, hidden bays, and charming old towns filled with historic sites.
Enjoy Brac Island boasting its famous Zlatni rat beach, immerse yourself in Hvar Island and the beautiful Pakleni Islands with their crystal clear sea of lovely blue lagoons, and finish your day-trip with the most divine drops of Dalmatian wine on your stop in Milna bay.
Private boat trip from Split to Brac, Hvar, and Pakleni Islands offers you an excellent opportunity to enjoy the very best of Split archipelago in one day. Since you are not bound to a group or schedule you are free to sail at your own pace.
The most popular vacation spot in Croatia, Bol is situated on the south of Brac Island. The place is famous for its Zlatni rat beach. It is ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Called as “Valle di Mille Navi” (the bay of a thousand ships) is situated on the north-west side of the Brac island. It has been the safest and most beautiful harbor. It has been serving the sailors for a long time. You would be thrilled to see the stone houses along the coastline and a Baroque church spotting a typical Dalmatian bell tower.
The Golden Horn
Situated in the village of Bol, it is the largest Dalmatian Island and so famous that no video or even a postcard you have spotted of Croatia don’t have them included.
Island of Hvar
A gem in amidst the Adriatic Waters, you will find Hvar as one luxurious Island to spend your vacations at. The lifestyle you get to see there are what dreams are made of. You can date back Hvar to some 6000 BC.
If you have been to Hvar Town you must pay a visit to Pakleni Island which offers crystal-clear waters, hidden beaches, and deserted lagoons.
It is most likely to have already tried Croatian Wine without your knowledge. The climate is perfect for making wine and Croatia is home to many indigenous varieties of grapes.