day 1 : Trogir – Veli Drvenik, 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 – 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 – Piškera, NP Kornati
Piškera is uninhabited and houses only the marina with 150 berths, safe and ready for use from March to October.
day 4 : Piškera – Zlarin
Climb on the highest peak of Zlarin and see the majestic Velebit mountain rising above the sea.
day 5 : Zlarin – Skradin, NP Krka
Skradin is a coastal city with colourful stone houses and paved streets - a romantic mediterranean getaway.
day 6 : Skradin – Rogoznica
Rogoznica is Dalmatia on a smaller scale. Long and rich history, beautiful church of Saint Nicholas along with a bell tower, Milna cave, Dragon’s eye lake and of course clear sea, delightful beaches and attractive coves.
day 7 : Rogoznica – Trogir
Trogir was founded in 3rd century by Greek colonists and has a high concentration of palaces, towers, fortifications and churches. The city is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe.
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