Routes to embark on when you rent a boat in Split

As with many destinations in Croatia, Split has a lot to offer its visitors, with the exception that owing to its vicinity to the Dalmatian Islands, the city of Split is dubbed as Croatia’s largest nautical center. b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_135882398.jpg


There are a number of sailing routes that you can include in your itinerary when in the Split area. Numerous Islands await your exploration, beautiful bays and coves await your enjoyment and warm waters await your splash into their blueness.  No matter which direction you opt for, a sail through the gorgeous Dalmatian islands is a an absolute must when in the Croatia region.

Routes that you could embark on include:

Rent a boat in Split and head South

$1·         Rogac, island Solta near Split-Stipanska bay

$1·         Stipanska bay-Brac-Hvar

$1·         Hvar-Pakleni islands

$1·         Pakleni-Vis

$1·         Vis-Bisevo-vis

$1·         Vis-Primosten-Trogir

$1·         Drvenik Veli-Rogac.

Route Direction: North

$1·         Rogac-Kaprije

$1·         Kaprije-Lavsa

$1·         Lavsa-Dugi Otok

$1·         Dugi Otok-Kornat

$1·         Kornat-Primosten

$1·         Primosten-Rogac

Detailed routes to include in itinerary when you rent a boat in Split

A 7-day route from Split and back via Brac

Rent a boat in Split and sail to the gorgeous island of Brac. Explore the exotic pine forest, swim in the beautiful waters and take a rest at beautiful shelters as you enjoy the scenic natural surroundings.

On day two of your sailing venture, leave the gorgeous island of Brac behind and sail south along its coastline en-route to the island of Bol. Here, you will be mesmerized by the beautiful beaches, the amazing architecture and rich culture.  After having your fill of the island, set sail onto the bewitching island of Hvar where you will enjoy magnificent forested beaches, explore beautiful old stone house watches and admire the fascinating architecture(most of which are of the Renaissance and Romantic era)

On the third day of your sail, head onto the quiet though beautiful island of Klement. Day four of your sail should lead you towards the island of Vis with its rich cultural heritage, mouth-watering dishes and a fascinating history. While in Vis, be sure to visit the small fishing village of Komiza with its narrow stone houses and winding streets.


On day five of your sail be sure to pay a visit to a number of islands such as Svetac, which is the former home of the Mediterranean monk seal, the island of Bisevo with its famous Blue Cave, in addition to the magnificent volcanic islands of Jabuka and Brusnik. This day will leave you wanting for more natural beauty.

Day six of your sail will take you to the gorgeous island of Solta, where you can explore the ancient town of Trogir, dubbed as a town-museum. There are a number of exciting art collections, historic taverns and the old-fashioned way of life of the people still living on the island just waiting for your exploration. The last day of your sail will mean a sail through a number of beautiful islets such as Veliki Drvenik and Mali Drvenik and generally explore different aspects of the Croatia waters before heading back to Split.