day 1 : Zadar – Ždrelac bay
Beautiful sandy Matlovac beach awaits you at Ždrelac bay where you can visit the 13th century church of Saint Luke built completely in stone and the imposing Ždrelac bridge.
day 2 : Ždrelac bay – Primošten
Visit the vineyards of Primošten, famous for a special local sorts of grapes and wait for the evening festivities of fishermen.
day 3 : Primošten – Komiža
Komiža is an island with proud fisherman history and home to the only Fisherman’s Museum in Croatia.
day 4 : Komiža – city Hvar (island Hvar)
Hvar is an oasis of culture, heritage and beautiful scenery. For some one of 10 most beautiful islands in the world, for others undisputed queen of Croatian islands. Lavender fields, olive trees and vineyards and quality local food wherever you turn. Make no mistake, small inns, called konobe, are hiding the true local culinary delicacies.
day 5 : Hvar– Maslinica (island Šolta)
Maslinica is most famous for its pine forests, hidden rocky beaches and the 18th century castle that used to belong to noble family of Marchi.
day 6 : Maslinica - Šibenik
Šibenik is a city of proud Croatian history. It was founded by Croats and it was the capital for King Petar Krešimir the Fourth. Šibenik was the birthplace of famous Dražen Petrović, the greatest Croatian basketball player.
day 7 : Šibenik - Zadar
Zadar is the oldest continuously inhabited Croatian city. It has survived everything, from Avars and Early Slavs through Romans, Venetians and Crusaders, Zadar stood strong. Today, it’s a city of massive cultural and historical heritage too large to put in a few sentences.
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