Sailing itineraries from Trogir will allow you to discover beauties of Central Dalmatian islands the most popular sailing area in Croatia. Our 7 or 14 day sailing routes from Trogir aren't too demanding and allow you to perfectly balance days of lazing on the deck and swimming in crystal clear sea with active days exploring medieval towns and places, tasting local specialties in luxury restaurants and hiking Dalmatian rugged mountains.
Solta is an island of fishermen and olives, an island where time has stopped long ago and where memories of some other times are still alive.
Vis, famed for its crystal clear sea and protected underwater world the furthermost island in the central Dalmatia. Vis was also a military base until 1990s, with very limited access to the island. This makes Vis today even more appealing to visitors, because it’s better preserved and a way less crowded than neighboring islands of Hvar and Brac. Vis, with its hidden bays, accessible only by boat, is a dream destination for any sailor.While on the island, make sure you visit the highest point of the island where you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views, book a kayaking tour of the island, or take a wine tasting tour and indulge in Vugava, a local white wine.
A large part of the sailing experience in Croatia also refers to local gastronomy. The main feature of Croatian gastronomy is its diversity. On the islands there are lot of great restaurants where you will have the opportunity to try excellent fresh seafood, lamb, olive oil, renowned Croatian wines. Fresh fish during the season you can try in almost every restaurant. You can also buy fresh fish from local fishermen on its boat.
Brac island besides standard Dalmatian dishes, has many of its own culinary specialties.The Brac lambs that have not yet tasted grass, only their mother's milk are well known from ancient times; vitalac is particularly appreciated by gourmets - lamb' s offal (liver, milt, heart, lungs) skewered and wrapped in lamb's sheath. The island of Vis is also known for its gastronomy. In addition to local restaurants in the towns of Vis and Komiža, in Vis field there are about 10 excellent restaurants that offer excellent local food. One of the specialties is goat. The town of Komiža has a long tradition of catching lobster, so there you must try some of the traditional dishes prepared from lobster.
If you are looking for highest level restaurants we suggest you to visit Hvar town and Palmižana bay in front of Hvar.
Peljesac, Hvar and Brac are known for their top wines. Therefore, we recommend that you taste some of the traditional wines such as Dingač, Plavac, Postup, Pošip in local wineries or restaurants.
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