day 1 : Split – Maslinica bay
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 2 : Maslinica bay – Komiža
Komiža is an island with proud fisherman history and home to the only Fisherman’s Museum in Croatia.
day 3 : Komiža – Biševo – islet 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 (Palmižana)
Palmižana is the most famous Hvar destination with a nautical marina. The island is home to plants like rosemary and heather. There are other exotic plants on the island, but, we’ll leave that discovery for you.
day 5 : Hvar (Palmižana) – Stari Grad
Stari Grad has a plethora of sacral architecture monuments encompassing gothic, renaissance and baroque era.
day 6 : Stari Grad – Milna
Milna is a wonderful island of baroque architecture and the best natural harbor nearby which used to shelter the fleet of emperor Diocletian.
day 7 : Milna – Split
Split is one of the most popular tourist destination in Croatia. Visit Diocletian’s Palace if you’re in for a history tour, or visit Spaladium Arena and Hajduk’s football stadium Poljud, if sports are your pick.
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