This gorgeous area is known for its picturesque islands, crystal clear waters, and stunning architecture.

Route in brief

When it comes to sailing, the North Adriatic is an unbeatable destination

With easy access to all the most beautiful islands of Adriatic Sea, you can take this sailing route from Rogoznica to explore this beautiful region.

Day 1

Rogoznica – Žirje (20 Nm)

If you’re looking to spend your holiday on a rural Island, untouched by tourism, Zirje is your best choice.

The island got its name for the deep oak forest full of acorns (žir).

Day 2

Žirje – Piškera (Kornati) (19 Nm)

We recommend you anchor at marina, situated on the nearby island Vela Panitula, which is open from April to October.

The offshore island shelters the Marina even from the scariest winds.

Day 3

Piškera (Kornati) – Telaščica – Sali (16 Nm + 9 Nm)

Stop at Nature Park Telascica before spending your night at Sali.

The Nature Park has a few highly attractive areas such as the hike to the Grpascak viewpoint for a picturesque, not to be missed view.

Day 4

Sali – Molat (25 Nm)

On day 5, anchor at Molat, island which is covered with maquis and pine forests. 

Island is perfect for sailors, divers and all who seek adventure.

Day 5

Molat – Zadar (22 Nm)

Since ancient times, Zadar has been a valuable Mediterranean port.

Visiting the old town reveals the treasures and monuments from ancient, medieval and Renaissance periods.

Day 6

Zadar – Murter (29 Nm)

Murter is a small island in Sibenik area that is connected to the mainland by bridge.

The rich history of the island can still be seen today in the remains of many buildings from ancient and medieval times.

Day 7

Murter – Primošten – Rogoznica (28 Nm + 7 Nm)

Make on last stop to Primosten before ending your sailing adventure in Marina Frapa (Rogoznica).

Total sailing distance: 175 Nm


Places you’ll visit

Zirje

Zirje was once a Byzantine fort and the remains are still visible.

Nowadays, it’s a rich fishing and lobster area thanks to the indented coastline speckled with bays, islets and coral reefs.

Restaurants: Konoba Stupica (Stupica bay)

Berthing possibilities: Muna Bay

Piskera (Kornati)

Piskera is a small unhabited Island, part of the Kornati National Park.

The Island’s name derives from the word peschiera, Italian for “fish farm”.

Restaurants: Konoba Klif (Lavsa Bay), Konoba Darko (Striznja Bay)

Berthing possibilities: ACI Marina Piskera

Dugi Otok (Telascica bay & Sali)

Telascica bay is located on the southeast part of the Dugi Otok Island.

The bay has been protected as a Nature Park since the 1980 due to valuable flora and fauna, geological and geomorphological phenomena, rich seabed and interesting archeological inheritance.

Restaurants: Konoba Trapula, Spageritimo

Berthing possibilities: Mir Bay, Sali Bay

Molat

Even the English kings cruised here!

You can try out countless water activities – swimming with rays, meeting octopi, or taking unforgettable photos of the red coral site or the exceptional underwater scenery. Island has many coves, too, and the biggest one, Jazi cove, is considered to be the most beautiful.

Berthing possibilities: Molat Port

Zadar

We recommend visiting the modern attraction – the spectacle of sound and light – the Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation.

Moreover, according to Alfred Hitchcock, Zadar has the most beautiful sunset in the world. So, make sure you do not miss it!

Restaurants: Pet Bunara, Zadar – Jadera, Harbor CookHouse & Club

Berthing possibilities: Marina Tankerkomerc

Murter

Murter Island has 5 settlements and the main one is Murter village which spreads towards the Hramina Cove and Slanica cove.

Near Hramina, you will find the excellently equipped marina. Meanwhile, Slanica bay attracts many families with children during the day, thanks to the shallow waters and fine sand. In the nighttime, beach bars invite many party-fans who dance under the stars.

Restaurants: Konoba Boba, Fabro, Tic Tac

Berthing possibilities: Marina Hramina

Primosten

Primosten is situated on a former island, that is now connected via a dam to the mainland.

The town captivates its visitors with stone houses and narrow Mediterranean alleys. Since it’s naturally sheltered from most winds, sailors love anchoring in the area.

Restaurants: Mediteran

Berthing possibilities: Port Primošten


Boats for your island hooping

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


Route in pictures


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