The South Adriatic is a paradise for sailing enthusiasts, so why not explore it in only seven days?

Route in brief

Regardless if you’re a beginner or a seasoned sailor, there’s something for everyone here.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or an adventure of a lifetime, this seven day route includes some of the best sailing destinations in the South Adriatic that you won’t want to miss!

Day 1

Rogoznica – Veliki Drvenik (Krknjaši) (19 Nm)

Start your journey right and anchor in Veliki Drvenik.

Drvenik Island is famous for untouched nature, crystal-clear sea, and many beautiful beaches.

Day 2

Veliki Drvenik (Krknjaši) – Hvar (Palmižana) (24 Nm)

After spending your first night at Drvenik, sail away to Hvar Island.

Hvar is often listed as one of the ten most beautiful Islands worldwide, and Palmizana is the oldest and most famous anchorage of Pakleni Islands.

Day 3

Hvar (Palmižana) – Lovište (Pelješac) (35 Nm)

Tiny village Loviste is located in Luka bay is perfect anchorage that keeps you and your boat safe.

Luka bay is one of the most beautiful bays on the biggest Croatian peninsula, Peljesac. The climate is ideal for swimming holidays.

Day 4

Lovište (Pelješac) – Korčula Town (Korcula) (11 Nm)

This route wouldn’t be complete without making a stop in medieval town Korcula.

The town mostly has pebble beaches, but there are a few sandy ones as well

Day 5

Korčula Town – Lastovo (Skrivena Luka) (30 Nm)

Find a safe anchorage in Skrivena Luka (hidden bay) on the Southern coast of Lastovo island.

It is one of the biggest and certainly most beautiful bays there.

Day 6

Lastovo (Skrivena Luka) – Vis (47 Nm)

Finish of the bucket list route with an overnight stay at Vis.

The town is situated in a deep and well-secured bay, on the North-east side of the Vis Island.

Day 7

Vis – Rogoznica (37 Nm)

On day 7, safely return to your base in Marina Frapa, Rogoznica.

Total sailing distance: 203 Nm


Places you’ll visit

Krknjasi

Krknjasi bay is one of the best-known bays in all of Croatia.

It is on the south-east side of the island, and closed with two smaller islets, Veliki and Mali Krknjas. The sandy shallows in combination with the deep blue bottoms create a picture perfect sight.

Restaurants: Konoba Krknjaši, Mali Škoj, Haven Blue Lagoon

Berthing possibilities: Krknjasi Bay

Hvar (Palmizana)

Even in July or August, you can find some tranquility and peace in many hidden bays.

Once you drop your anchor, aromas of lovely medical herbs such as heather and rosemary, enchant instantly.

Restaurants: Meneghello, Toto’s

Berthing possibilities: anchor in Vinogradišće or Ždrilac bay if weather conditions allow it or ACI Palmižana to stay on the safe side

Loviste (Peljesac)

Loviste is often described as “Oasis of peace” due to preserved nature, exceptional gastronomical offer, and serenity.

This village is best known for the cultivation of figs, almonds, and carob.

Restaurants: Extravaganza, Stari Ribar

Berthing possibilities: Port Loviste

Korcula

Korcula is a historical fortified town, located on the east coast of the homonymous Island.

The old town is enclosed by ramparts and the streets are arranged in a unique fish bone structure. This reduces the impact of strong winds in the winter and increases the effects of summer breezes.

Restaurants: Dmitri-Lešić palace

Berthing possibilities: ACI Marina Korcula

Skrivena Luka (Lastovo)

Just as the name implies, “hidden bay” is hidden from the sea view so you can anchor your boat safely without worrying about strong wind or turbulent sea.

The entrance of Skrivena Luka is guarded by cape Struga lighthouse on top of the high cliff. The magnificent view of the crystal blue sea is stunning.

Restaurants: Konoba Porto Rosso, Konoba Nautica

Berthing possibilities: Skrivena Luka (Porto Rosso)

Vis

Once a military zone, Vis has now become one of the most tempting nautical destinations of the Adriatic.

However, the town kept its irresistible Mediterranean charm, without any hassle or stress.

Restaurants: Pojoda, Vatrica

Berthing possibilities: Marina Vis


Boats for your island hooping

You can take any of our boats from Rogoznica and go island hopping…


Route in pictures


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