Tips Trips

Excursions to nearby islands

Blue Lagoon Krknjaši
Unspoiled natural beauty is close by on the east coast of the island Drvenik, just 20 minutes from Trogir. Krknjaši islands are uninhabited with a beautiful pebble beaches and shallow sandy seabed. This tropical lagoon is well known to yachtsmen and captains who love to explore unspoiled waters and enjoy the secluded beaches.
Islands are easily accessible by boat.

Hvar tour (Hvar and Pakleni islands)
Hvar island with more sunny days in year than any other place in Croatia. The city of Hvar is situated in picturesque nature with cultural and historical heritage. You can enjoy the clear water with rocky and pebble beaches. Most famous are: Jerolim, Zdrilica, Palmizana and Pokonji dol. Hvar is also trendy destination with an active nightlife where party starts in the afternoon. In front of the southwestern coast of the island of Hvar are situated Pakleni islands. It’s a group of 20 islets and reefs, surrounded by strong currents, which means the sea is crystal clear with beautiful shallow sandy and pebble beaches.

Šolta Tour (Maslinica and hidden bays)
Maslinica is a little fishing village on the west part of the island. It is a romantic place where it seems as the time has stood still. If you are looking for peaceful vacation this is the perfect place. The Martinis-Marchi castle dominates the local architecture once belonged to aristocratic family in Šolta, but now is an exclusive hotel. Solta is full of romantic bays, rocky beaches and ancient villages in the inland with stone houses and narrow streets.

Island Vis
The coast of Vis has many hidden coves and beaches. Don’t miss the sandy beach Stončica in a shallow cove, Stiniva bay, secluded and beautiful bay, and many other places. Near the island of Vis is small island of Biševo known for Blue Cave (Modra Spilja). Its big enough for small boats to enter, and swimming in this magnificent place is possible even in summer months. Beautiful blue color inside the cave comes as the sunlight enters the cave through a submerged side entrance and reflects of the seabed. This amazing natural phenomenon is really a must-see.