Central Dalmatia II

Bases: Drage/Sukošan

 Route planner Central Dalmatia

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BRAC Milna oder Bobovisca



BRAC Milna














Location descriptions 


Sibenik is one of the larger port towns of Croatia. A narrow channel, the mouth of the river Krka, which pulls up to Skradin and the famous waterfalls, separates Sibenik from the open sea. In the old town, numerous well-preserved stone works of art from the Middle Ages have been preserved. On the harbor promenade below the famous cathedral cafes, restaurants and bars line up.


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.



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.


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. Especi- ally 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.


Primosten is a picturesque island town with world famous vineyards on the opposite mainland. The settlement was founded in the early 16th century by residents of the nearby coastal region, who were searching for protection protection from the Turks and fortified the rocky island with walls and towers. Today, the former fishing village is connected to the mainland by a causeway. Beautiful historic fishermen‘s houses and parts of the city walls have survived and give Primosten its special flair.



Trogir, as a port of departure, offers a variety of attractions. The historic old town with its countless Gothic  cathedrals, Venetian palaces  and Baroque churches is a UNES- CO World Heritage Site. Narrow romantic lanes lead you to the historic buildings and squares.


ƒ     Milna: ACI Marina. Pretty old island village. Great for strolling and eating. In thevillage you have all supply options. Especially worth seeing is the church.

ƒ     Bobovisca: Nice place with mooring, electricity and water. Nice cafe andrestaurant right on the jetty. Several beautiful bathing possibilities on both pages of the place on large stone slabs.



ƒHvar: Hvar, on the island of the same name, was one of the most important nautical cities in history due to its strategic location since antiquity. Almost at each corner you will find historic buildings that reflect the spirit of different  historical  epochs. Already from the elegant, palm-fringed  harbor promenade, the fairytale city offers sights and culture at its best. Hvar has become one of the best addresses on the Dalmatian coast, is not for nothing known as the “St. Tropez of Croatia”. Hvar is dominated by the large fortress, with a breathtaking view over the old town and the Paklini islands.



Rogoznica is one of the less-known twin sister of Primosten. Rogoznica is similarly built and also connected to the mainland by a causeway. Rogoznica is a small tran- quil fishing village. In a sheltered location, the place, surrounded by pine forests, offers a lovely appearance with a nice promenade.


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

Have fun on your trip!

Yours Adventure Charter Team

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