Route from Dubrovnik to Vis and to Šibenik and Trogir (14 days)

Route from Dubrovnik to Vis and to Šibenik and Trogir (14 days) CROATIA

Day 1
Dubrovnik – Prozura
 (approx. 24 NM)

Prozura is a small village in the central part of island Mljet. The bay is situated on the north coast and it very well protected against winds by two adjacent islands: Borovac and Planjak. There are several places there where you can moor (up to 4 m deep). 

Day 2 
Prozura – Pomena (Mljet)
 (approx. 28 NM)

Pomena is a small port village situated in the heart of the National Park of Mljet near Dubrovnik, linked to it by a regular ferry line. Thanks to the natural environment, virgin nature and history, with the advantages of being near the city like Dubrovnik at the same time, it is a unique tourist place and offers many possibilities of recreation and relax, and Mljet itself is a National Park. You cannot ignore this place during the cruise on the Adriatic Sea.

Day 3 
Pomena (Mljet) – Zaklopatica
 (approx. 24 NM)

Zaklopatica is a bay located in the north part of island Lastovo 2 km away from the city of Lastovo. You can moor smaller yachts up to 15 m at the small quay in the middle of the bay. Zaklopatnica is a perfect starting point for exploring the great natural environment of island Lastovo, on the land and on the sea.

Day 4
Zaklopatica – Vela Luka (Korčula) 
(approx. 23 NM)

The Vela Luka area is located on the hilly island Korčula. The archaeologists proved that this area was inhabited back in the Neolithic Age, i.e. for 20 thousand years B.C. Traces of continuous presence of humans were found there – through subsequent ages up to the Greek colonisation. The city of Vela Luka is situated at the end of a 9.2 km long bay guaranteeing a perfect protection against wind.

Day 5 
Vela Luka (Korčula) – Komiza (Vis)
 (approx. 36 NM)

Komiza (port and city) is located at the western coast of the island, in the north-eastern part of the wide gulf Komiza. The port is protected from north-eastern winds, but exposed from the south west. Komiza is considered the birthplace of fishery. The majestic mountains should be highlighted at the bottom of which lies the city. The view you see when you approach the port from the sea in unspeakable – you must see it! You can also rent scooters in Komiza and explore the island on land, and the views that await you are breathtaking.

Day 6 
Komiza (Vis) – Rogoznica
 – (approx. 37 NM)

Rogoznica is known as one of the most beautiful and safe ports, frequently visited by sailors. This peaceful Mediterranean town is situated on a peninsula mostly covered with a forest, and is famous from beautiful pebble beaches and the postglacial lake called “the eye of the dragon”.

Day 7 
Rogoznica – Šibenik
 (approx. 17 NM)

Šibenik is a historic city with numerous monuments, the Cathedral of St. James included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage. Beautiful stone buildings, charming lanes and a fishing harbour will stay with you for long. A large number of restaurants and taverns will treat you with extraordinary Mediterranean cuisine. You can halt at the city quay – it's close to the city which will surely stay for long in you memory.

Day 8 
Šibenik – Kaprije
(approx. 10 NM)

Kaprije is the only village on the island. Near-port taverns will offer perfect, home-made-like and fresh specialties of the Mediterranean cuisine. The charm of the island in added by the St. Peter Church and its cemetery from which you can see the beautiful view of the bay. The stone buildings of the islands, no cars and openness of the natives make it a perfect place to halt during the cruise in Croatia. The well-protected against winds bay and a large number of buoys (those with a comfortable high lug) will have a place for you.

Day 9 
Kaprije – Primosten
 (approx. 13 NM)

There is a historic church from 1485 on the hill, in the centre of Primošten. The building is located near the local cemetery from which you can see the beautiful view of the sea and the surroundings. Big and wide beaches, pleasant stone buildings and local taverns and restaurants will allow you to taste beautiful Croatia. If there is no place at the quay, you can find many buoys in the bay – you can moor you boat to them.

Day 10 
Primosten – Trogir
 (approx. 25 NM)

Trogir is literally a city museum – it is considered the best preserved Romanesque and Gothic city in Central Europe. Specific narrow lanes will stay with you for long – you will easily feel the spirit of past times. In the evening, the city is vibrant – plenty of taverns, restaurants near to historic architecture. Trogir marina is situated approx. 10 minutes walking from the above-mentioned old town. You can halt at the city quay – the travel time will be counted in seconds ;).

Day 11 
Trogir – Hvar 
(approx. 32 NM)

The city of Hvar is very popular among sailors – it is known as a playground for the rich and the famous. The city is has many cultural monuments, perfect restaurants and taverns. It offers event and sports for the active (diving, climbing, bikes). In the evening, the city goes vibrant in taverns as well as in near-port disco clubs. Unfortunately, a small number of buoys and spaces for yachts make it difficult to find a place (especially in peak season). If you won't be able to find a place, you can consider halting in marina Palmizana 2.5 mile away.

Day 12 
Hvar – Korčula
 (approx. 37 NM)

Island Korčula is a jewel of the Adriatic Sea archipelago. The blooming flora of the island should be highlighted. You can swim around the island on many beaches and also dive in the exciting world of flora and fauna.

The city of Korčula is a tourist and historic centre of island Korčula where it is located. It is one of the best preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean Sea Basin, and is regarded as the birthplace of the great traveller Marco Polo. The marina Korčula is situated in the small eastern entrance to the city and is protected by a breaker.

Day 13 
Korcula – Kobas (Pelješac) 
(approx. 40 NM)

Kobas is a small charming bay situated at the Ston channel, concealing a village and a mole. There are many small quays near the bay where you can moor. The bay is well protected against winds, except the north wind (Bora).

Day 14 
Kobas (Pelješac) – Dubrovnik
 (approx. 20 NM)

Dubrovnik is the southernmost point of Croatia, called the Pearl of the Adriatic. Breathtaking views, comfortable climate, rich cultural heritage and a diverse tourist offer make Dubrovnik one of the most popular places for tourists in the Mediterranean Sea Basin. 

It is best to explore Dubrovnik on foot. Then you will be able to feel the romantic atmosphere of narrow cobbled streets, admire the beauty of numerous monuments and take advantage of the wide gastronomic offer of the city. After sightseeing, you can refresh yourself in crystal clear water on one of the beautiful beaches. All those attractions contribute to the fame of Dubrovnik. Its name is regarded as the synomym of Croatia in the remote corners of the world, and the population of this region is growing ten times in peak tourist season.

Pictures of interesting places and local dishes

Proposed yachts for this route