Zaton - Dubrovnik - Trogir

day 1 : Zaton – Primošten

Visit the vineyards of Primošten, famous for a special local sorts of grapes and wait for the evening festivities of fishermen.

day 2 : Primošten – Milna (Brač)

Milna is a wonderful island of baroque architecture and the best natural harbor nearby which used to shelter the fleet of emperor Diocletian.

day 3 : Milna – town Vis

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 – Biševo - Komiža

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. 

Komiža is an island with proud fisherman history and home to the only Fisherman’s Museum in Croatia.

day 5 : Komiža – Skrivena Luka (Lastovo)

Skrivena luka, or Hidden harbor, is a natural beach with rocks, boulder and pebbles, created naturally without any human influence. A gift of the Adriatic sea.

day 6 : Lastovo – Polače (Mljet)

Polače got their name from a roman palace built by an exiled Roman who later refused to return to Rome, naming the village “their own little empire” and sending the emperor an aleppo pine branch with a bird’s nest and seashell. Or so the legend says...

day 7 : Polače – Elafiti - Lopud

Small Lopud become a part of the Republic of Ragusa in the 15th century and as the Ragusa economy rose to incredible heights, Lopud soon amassed a gigantic fleet of 80 ships. Now, Lopud boasts with 2 monasteries, couple of summer manors and 30 churches.

day 8 : Lopud – Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is already well known and definitely the most popular tourist location on whole of Croatia’s coast. Take a stroll down Stradun and enjoy the glamour of Dubrovnik.

day 9 : Dubrovnik - Slano

Slano was very valued by Republic of Ragusa when it became a part of it in 14th century. Serving as a seat of Rector of the Republic and a holiday resort for the Ragusa nobility, Slano always attracted people with its beauty and scenery.

day 10 : Slano - Korčula

Korčula is home to many legends. According to one, Korčula was founded by Trojan hero Antenor in the 12th century. According to another, Marco Polo was born there. This island will never stop intriguing visitors and inhabitants.

day 11 : Korčula - 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 12 : Palmižana - Šolta

Šolta has plenty family farms on the island where you taste products or learn about the making of wine, honey and oil..

day 13 : Šolta – 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.

day 14 : Trogir – Zlarin – Zaton

Climb on the highest peak of Zlarin and see the majestic Velebit mountain rising above the sea. 

Zaton has barely 600 residents that permanently live there, but with a sheltered bay, wonderful weather and water quality Zaton is a destination for many tourists.

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