The best way to start your trip in Croatia is to explore the town of Trogir. It is a beautiful little town full of incredible architecture and picturesque streets, all under the protection of UNESCO. It has excellent gastronomic offerings. Trogir has beautiful indented archipelago and lots of small islands to venture to. Here there are many great locations to anchor for snorkeling and other water sports.
The island of Solta is a lovely place that is home to an old mansion with an excellent restaurant. The waters of the Maslinica Bay are crystal clear. Here you may be able to see an incredible sunset to the West. In front of the bay there are a few small islets with shallow waters perfect for snorkeling and water sports.
Moving on to the island of Brac you will find a beautiful little place with crystal clear waters. This island is home to one of the most popular beaches on the Golden Cape. This is a very popular place for windsurfing and kitesurfing with a lot of amazing wineries, great restaurants, and several excellent cocktail bars. The island of Brac is the highest island in the Adriatic, with the town of Bol located at the bottom of the hill. From here you can take a car to the top of the hill. Once you reach the top you can enjoy a magnificent view of the archipelago. Here there is a restaurant that specializes in an incredible roasted lamb which the Island of Brac is known for.
Next you will arrive at the most popular place on the Adriatic, a beautiful town with crystal clear water and beautiful archipelago with many bays perfect for water sports. From the water, you can see the waterfront promenade strip. The strip is bordered with a row of palm trees and seven century old walls that are overtopped by the fortresses protecting Hvar- Fortica. The island of Hvar is proud to have the sunniest hours of all the islands in the Adriatic Sea. You many also experience a great gastronomic offering with lots of beach and cocktail bars. You can enjoy a bicycle tour or visit the wine cellars on the island.
You will then cruise to the island of Korcula, an incredibly beautiful city to see. This beautiful area boasts small islands for water sports plus a couple of good restaurants and wineries in the surrounding area. The main sight to see in the town of Korcula is Korcula’s Old Town. It is a medieval walled town with its towers, numerous buildings, monuments, and galleries. There is a local legend that Marco Polo was born in Korcula and his alleged house of birth is worth visiting.
On your second to last day you will spend time on the island of Mljet, a small place with clear sea. Here is home to an amazing national park with two saltwater lakes, Veliko and Malo jezero. Everything is within walking distance making it the perfect place to enjoy walking, hiking, or cycling. Mljet is known as being the most forested island in the Adriatic Sea. On the Mljet there are some of the best natural anchorages in the Adriatic including Polača.
To wrap up your incredible vacation you will adventure to Dubrovnik. This is one of the main tourist sites in Croatia. Dubrovnik is famous for its Old Town, an ancient fortress with large stone walls, which helped Dubrovnik keep its freedom for many centuries. There was a major earthquake in 1667 that destroyed many buildings, but the people living there were able to rebuild the town. In the morning you will enjoy one last swim in the crystal clear water before leaving Croatia.