Split Zadar Route : One Way Boat Charters – If your travel interests are geared to see Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, then a private gulet holiday is just the right type of holiday to experience this wonderful journey. Croatia is an amazing alternative to sailing on a gulet compared to Turkey and Greece. There are numerous islands to see and you can choose from a variety of great itineraries. The one way route from Split to Zadar is a beautiful path to take with your hired boat. With all the many boat charter choices, this itinerary might be suitable to the boat booking schedule. Sometimes it can be better to choose your route first – the places you wish to see, and then find out which boats in your budget is available to accommodate this itinerary.
The journey begins in the 1700 year old city of Split, filled with rich culture and tradition and ends in central Dalmatia, in the newly popular cities of Zadar, where the famous Sea Organ is featured (a must-see).
Embarkation in Split
Welcome to the warm Mediterranean city of Split, renown for the Palace of Diocletian – a UNESCO World Heritage site. Split boasts a plethora of cultural and historical monuments and archaeological sites. As Croatia’s second largest city, it is a hub for trains, buses and local traffic. The tree-lined promenade is beautiful where you can enjoy the scenery.
Situated on the Eastern coastline of the Adriatic Sea, Trogir is one of the most historic towns in central Dalmatia offering a pleasant Mediterranean climate. It’s rich culture is an influence from the Greeks, Romans and Venetians. Nicknamed ‘The Stone Beauty’, Trogir comprises of a historic variety of palaces, churches, towers, and a fortress. The central Medieval area from the 15th Century of this small town, houses a castle and tower, as well as a selection of other dwelling and palaces left behind from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Trogir is certainly a must-see picturesque destination on the Dalmatian coast during your Croatia yacht charter holidays. While you are here, enjoy the clear waters from its beautiful beaches, delight yourself with an array of local cuisine from any one of the waterfront traditional restaurants, cafes and bars; combined with a pleasant stroll around.
Explore the little treasure spots in one of the most popular holiday hot spots in Croatia. Primosten is a picturesque town situated on a hilly peninsula and surrounded by 7 little islands. The past and the present are expressed with stone houses, narrow lands and churches. This charming little town is recognized for its large vineyards and donkey races and known to offer one of the top 10 most beautiful beaches in Croatia; Raduca.
Located at the entrance of Krka National Park (7th National Park in Croatia), Skradin is an attractive small town, which offers visitors the beauty of the Skradin buka waterfalls, Roški waterfall, by the Visovac Lake where you can find a Franciscan monastery on the islet. There are many delightful culinary dishes to discover from the array of restaurants and cafes located in the harbor front. Skradin is known as one of the oldest settlements in Croatia (2000 B.C.).
Zakan / Kornati
According to George Bernard Shaw “On the last day of the Creation God desire to crown his work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath”. As a part of the Kornati Archipelago, Zakan island is a “wild” harbor where many boaters come to unwind and relax. According to the oldest scripts, the fishing trade began here originally in Croatia. There isn’t much in population however fishermen and farmers are known to have houses on the island. Decorated beautifully, Zakan is a blanket of cultivated meadows and hillsides with over 300 species of flora and fauna; in addition to the more than 250 plant and 300 animal species in the sea.
Telascica bay is a designated natural park, boasting with wildlife and sea creatures – and a deep inlet lined with cliffs, islets and bays. This picturesque places is renown for being the ideal harbor, safe, for many boats. While the northeastern side is bare, the southwestern coastline is covered with lush and thick pine trees as well as olive and fig trees. It’s a lovely bay for some private swimming with guests and ultimate peace and quiet within impressive scenery.
Disembarkation in Zadar
On the last day of your Croatian islands boat charter holiday, you will be in the middle of the Dalmatian coast, and moored in Zadar. In this region you will see that there are numerous coves and beaches, a great place for outdoor activities such as biking, hiking or simply strolling about. Zadar has been around since prehistoric times. It is a place with 3 national parks and rich in cultural and historical monuments. There are a variety of restaurants offering local national dishes which – altogether – make Zadar one of the most desirable places to visit in Croatia.
It seems like a very tempting route doesn’t it? Then why not consider this itinerary with a gulet charter in Croatia suitable to your requirements!
Please note that this itinerary is intended for private gulet charters. Not shared cabin charter cruises.