Central Dalmatia I

Bases: Drage/Sukošan

 Route planner Central Dalmatia

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MURTER Murter, Vucigrade, Kosirinia












ŽIRJE Vela Stupica




Vela Stupica

KORNAT / Vrulje




Nationalpark Telašcica Bayt or Sali






Nationalpark Telašcica

Through div. bays on Pasman return to


Location descriptions 


Biograd the „white city“ or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor prome- nade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.


MURTER Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer. The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.


The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.



Vrgada on the small island in front of Murter is a nice island town with the possibility of landing and some restaurants. In front of the red sandy beach there is a buoy field.


The historic center of Vodice is located on a small island connected with the main- land by a stone bridge. The former fishing village has retained its original beauty and its homely charm with its narrow streets and densely lined up stone houses. The modern marina is located east of the old town.


The journey through the canal is beautiful. Skradin is a sleepy town, a picturesque place against the backdrop of white rocks and green shore. Skradin nestles on the reeds,has a small marina and numerous anchorages. Only a few kilometers inland there are the grandiose waterfalls of the Krka National Park.

ZIRJE, Vela Stupica

Zirje is a very quiet island, ideal for those seeking peace.The most beautiful bathing areas can be found in the Vela and Mala Stupica bay. Immediately behind the bays rise hills where ruins of Byzantine fortresses from the 6th century can be visited.

KORNAT  Vrulje, ACI Marina  Piscera,  Lavsa

SMOKVICA small island on the southern tip of Kornat

The long island of Kornat is the namesake of the entire Kornati National Park archi- pelago. Like a necklace of white pearls, the islands of the Kornati shine from the clear blue of the Adriatic. Hundreds of small islands and reefs, a largely uninhabited little gray and white hilly landscape with sparse greenery, covered with olive and fig trees or vineyards - the labyrinthine archipelago of Kornati National Park. For skippers, the archipelago is something very special. Due to its importance as an area of almost untouched nature with an almost intact ecosystem, The National Park is subject to strict conditions. This also applies to anchoring, which is only allowed in certain bays. The visit to the national park is not free, you pay per person per day admission to the National Park. The island Kornat is with a size of 32 km² the lar- gest island of the Kornati archipelago. On there are also the places / coves Vrulje, Piscera and Lavsa. Insider tip: The Kornati Mountains are the most beautiful places to enjoy a beautiful sunset!

Nationalpark Telascica

The Telascica Nature Park is located in the south of the island of Dugi otok and extends over a length of 10 km. The northeastern shore of Telascica Bay is mostly bare, while in the southwest pine, olive and fig trees grow. The Telascica is one of the largest and most beautiful bays on the Croatian coast. Very impressive are the steep rock cliffs, which rise up to 166 m height and protect the bay to the sea side.


Sali on the east coast of Dugi Otok is an idyllic island town with many restaurants and a particularly nice music bar for the nightlife. The name Sali comes from the salt mines, from which the precious sea salt was obtained. Sali has an interesting ceme- tery where the dead are not buried in the earth but in rock caves. The craters that have been blown up into the rock are closed with large stone slabs.

The proposed route is just for information. Errors and mistakes are excepted.

Have fun on your trip!

Yours Adventure Charter Team

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