day 1 : Primošten – Krknjaši bay
Krknjaši bay, or Blue Lagoon, has an unbelievable hue of crystal clear water which make it unique experience, resembling the most distant tropical paradises.
day 2 : Krknjaši bay – Komiža
Komiža is an island with proud fisherman history and home to the only Fisherman’s Museum in Croatia.
day 3 : Komiža – Biševo – island Budihovac – Vis
Biševo hides the sea caves that will take your breath away. Modra špilja and Medvidina špilja look as if they are from another world - a real treat for the divers and sea explorers.
Islet Budihovac is known as one of the prettiest lagoons in Adriatic sea. A favorite choice of many sailors, Budihovac is the only choice for barba Pave - the one single tenant of the island. He enjoy the peace and solitude by taking care of his sheep and vineyard.
The city of Vis, historically known as Issa, was a base for Greek colonization of the Adriatic sea. Major archeological finding involve Hellenistic culture and tradition.
day 4 : Vis – 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 – Stari Grad
Stari Grad has a plethora of sacral architecture monuments encompassing gothic, renaissance and baroque era.
day 6 : Stari Grad – Maslinica
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 7 : Maslinica - Primošten
In the past Primošten was an island protected by stone walls and towers. In the 16th century a movable bridge was built that connected this village with the mainland. Later, the bridge was replaced by an embankment which made Primošten a peninsula.
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