Island Hopping in Croatia

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Island Hopping in Croatia

Croatia is recognized as a land with many islands, with over 1000 scattered along the Adriatic coast.

Every is fascinating in its own right, providing a unique adventure. Since only a handful are populated, they are enriched by many natural resorts that have been well maintained despite the influx of tourists.

Their other asset is their proximity to one another, which allows them to go “island hopping.” It means you can travel to many islands in a brief amount of time, enjoy their landscapes, and rest while doing so.

That is one of the benefits of vacationing on board: you have complete control over your itinerary and can choose whether to linger on board or explore the Adriatic’s beautiful pearls.

Make the most of your holiday by visiting as many islands as possible.

Your captain will lead you on an exciting trip around the island, where you will choose from a range of tours including historical tours, cycling tours, cycle tours, and kayaking.

Set sail from one of our ports, such as Split, for a bike tour of Supetar, Splitska, Postira, and backwards, or cross the island to the south, where you can meet Vidova Gora, the highest point of all the Adriatic islands, and then down to Bol, which is known for its beautiful beach Zlatni rat.

As a result, the journey continues through Hvar Island, with its vast lavender fields and vineyards, as well as Vis and Korcula. You will now continue northwest until you reach Omis, a small port at the mouth of the Cetina River. You can experience a rafting trip or ride your bicycle to the river canyon.

You will finish your trip on the island of Solta, where you can relax and enjoy the quiet, and then return to Split to complete your holiday.