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Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Destinations / Croatia / Pula - Trogir

Croatia / Pula - Trogir

Day 1: Embarkation to the yacht in Pula.  Situated near the base of the Istrian peninsula, Pula is the largest city in Istria. One of the most famous sights in the whole of Croatia is the Roman amphitheatre, which has been well preserved. 

Day 2:  Sailing to Cres.  The island of Cres, by size the second island in the Adriatic, is located in the northern part of the Bay of Kvarner. Its southern part, i.e. the town of Osor, is linked to the island of Lošinj by a trestle bridge. Cres is a hilly island and offers a unique view of the Bay of Kvarner which will not leave anyone indifferent. The fresh water lake of Vrana deserves attention as an unusual natural phenomenon.

Day 3: Sailing to Ilovik.  The only settlement on the island, on the north-eastern coast in the lee from the north-eastern wind due to the neighboring islet of Sveti Petar, is the village called Ilovik. The village has an environmental value.  The position of Ilovik is very nice, it is situated in a small bay protected from the north by the islet of St. Peter on which there is the local cemetery. The sea along the shore is shallow and not far from the village there is a sandy beach, as well as on St. Peter’s islet. The island has two shops, a post office and a tavern. Enjoy the quietness and solitary of a small island, as well as the excellent fish restaurant right on the waterfront. You can spend the night in the port.

Day 4: Sailing to Molat Island & Zapuntel.  The Molat Island is situated in the northern part of Zadar's archipelago. It is southeast of the island of Ist, separated from it by the Zapuntel strait. The villages of Molat, Zapuntel and Brgulje are situated in the interior of the island; coastal hamlets developed around their piers. The peace, silence, secret beaches and numerous hidden bays for temporary anchorage and necessary minimum of infrastructures guarantees a stay far away from usual cruising.

Day 5: Sailing to Kukljica.  It is a picturesque fishing village on the island of Ugljan. Its thick pine wood, lovely beaches, crystal clear sea and a lot of sun combine to make a perfect stopover.  Kukljica is usually known as the "gateway to the Telašæica Nature Park and the Kornati National Park ".  

Day 6: Sailing to Telascica Bay.  One of the most attractive parts of the island is Telascica Bay in the southwest, which has been placed under protection as a park of nature. As a natural extension of Kornati National Park, Telascica is an 8,200 meter-long bay to the south of Dugi otok, which is the subject of many myths and legends.

Day 7: Sailing to the Kornati Archipelagos.  Kornati National Park, which includes a bigger part of Kornati archipelago, covers an area of 218 km sq. and consists of 89 islands, islets and reefs. An impressive contrast between bare, almost desert like land and a rich and erogenous underwater world is the best feature of the area. The fascinating crowns on the islands facing the open sea, remarkable geomorphology of the land, but also the magnificent scenery, the mystical submarine world and amazing harmony of nature and man that inhabits the area are only a few of the numerous priceless properties adorning this region.

Day 8: Sailing to Trogir - Disembarkation in Trogir.  We recommend disembarking in Trogir instead of Split. It is only about 20’ away from the airport of Split...