Route from Split to Krka waterfalls

Route from Split to Krka waterfalls (7 days) CROATIA

Day 1 
Split – Maslinica

Maslinica is the only village on island Solta situated on the west coast. The specific feature of this region is a mini archipelago of 7 islands that perfectly highlights the character of beautiful Croatia. The most popular place is Sesula bay, giving perfect protection against wind.

Day 2
Maslinica – Zlarin

Zlarin is the third largest and one of siz inhabited islands of the Šibenik archipelago. Its population is less than 300 people, but during holidays, it grows up to 2000. The potential of island is the untouched underwater flora and fauna and the virgin nature of the island itself. A perfect place for divers. It is often regarded as a piece of heaven on earth, because the most beautiful sunset in the world can be seen here. The island is an oasis of peace and quiet, and the only motor vehicles are yachts and boats.

Day 3
Zlarin – Skradin

Skradin – the destination place of tourist pilgrims, mainly ue to the famous waterfalls in the nearby Krka National Park. If I would indicate the most recommended places in Croatia, the above-mentioned waterfalls would be in the top three locations, but they cannot be described – you must see them! A cruise ship sets off from Skradin every hour, which will take you to the park (for the waterfalls). The ship itself is for free, you buy the park and museum tickets after you get out of it. On your way back, you can rent bicycles you will return in Skradi – excercises are good during holidays on a yacht ;). If you want to avoid crowds, we recommend sailing to Skradin n the evening, and set off for the excursion on the first morning ship.

Day 4

Tribunj is located 15 km north of Šibenik. There is a modern marina with nearly 300 halting places, well-protected against winds. This region has many beaches and you can feel the true Mediterranean atmosphere there, what makes it a good halt during sailing trips in Croatia.

Day 5 

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. A charming city prepared specially for the tourists, local taverns and wide beaches will allow you crew to taste beautiful Croatia. You can find several places at the quay and many buoys, but if you don't have a place and the weather is good, you can anchor on the opposite side of the bay, under the ruins of Hotel.

Day 6
Primosten – Trogir

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 7
Trogir-Krknjasi (Veli drvenik) – Split

Veli Drvenik is located 6.2 NM from Trogir. Uvala Krknjasi is a bay on the east coast of the island – well protected agains the winds. It is a perfect place to moor, and the small centre in the bay offers perfect home-made specialties. Canoeings around the island are organised here, but diving is strictly forbidden. Shallow, clear water, mild weather combined with the virgin beauty of nature is priceless – it's a good place to say goodbye to Croatia and remember it that way. You return to Split and you will spend your last night in the marina you collected the yacht from on the same day.

Pictures of landscapes and traditional dishes from this region

Proposed yachts for this route