day 1 : Zadar – island Ugljan – Božava bay
Ugljan has a long fishing and olive growing tradition and wears the “Green Island” nickname - proud of its olive trees, pine trees and vineyards.
Božava bay has four attractive hotels for the sailors in need for rest and offers a chance to ride on a tourist train and enjoy the view on Dugi otok.
day 2 : Božava – Telašćica bay
Telašćica bay is one of the safest natural bays on the Adriatic coast. This beautiful bay hides 25 small beaches, all awaiting for you to discover them.
day 3 : Telašćica bay – (Levrnaka, Piškera)
Piškera is uninhabited and houses only the marina with 150 berths, safe and ready for use from March to October.
day 4 : NP Kornati – Zlarin
Climb on the highest peak of Zlarin and see the majestic Velebit mountain rising above the sea.
day 5 : Zlarin – Skradin
Skradin is a coastal city with colourful stone houses and paved streets - a romantic mediterranean getaway.
day 6 : Skradin – Vrgada island
Visit Gradina, an early medieval fortress on Vrgada which was used to oversee the Adriatic sea routes during the Byzantine rule.
day 7 : Vrgada - 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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