After taking over the yacht, the tour takes you south to Rogoznica. There you can moor either directly in the town port in front of the restaurant Antonio (electricity and water) or in Marina FRAPA one of the most beautiful marinas in Croatia. Rogoznica offers a variety of good restaurants and a quite animated nightlife as well. The town has a very good infrastructure, several supermarkets, bakeries, butcher shops and a market (over the bridge on the mainland). The old town on the peninsula, which is connected to the mainland by a causeway, has small and charming attractions such as the Renaissance church.
Today just relax - on the way to Šolta make a stopover in the bay Krknjaši on Veliki Drvenik island. Enjoy swimming and snorkelling with Caribbean flair. There is a cosy Konoba Krknjaši ashore, where you can choose your freshly caught lobster for lunch from the seawater pool. The chef Dragica serves it with fresh vegetables, fruit, wine and olive oil from her own garden. Refreshed you continue to the island of Šolta. There you will find the exclusive Marina Resort Martinis Marchi with a gourmet restaurant in a Venetian palace, which has been converted into a wonderful boutique hotel. The Marina Martinis Marchi is probably one of the most beautiful marinas in Croatia and exclusive events take place here regularly during the summer.
From Maslinica you continue your journey to the island of Hvar to Jelsa. Jelsa has the most hours of sunshine annually and is probably one of the most beautiful, traditional fishing villages on the Croatian coast. In the town port you will find nice cafes which invite you to linger. We highly recommend the restaurant Me and Mrs. Jones. Located right on the promenade, it serves various meals from tasty pizza to great seafood in a great atmosphere. If you make a reservation, you can moor your yacht directly in front of the restaurant. Those looking for a culinary experience of a special kind can make a reservation in the winery Tomic if their group is of certain size. The winemaker Andro Tomic owned a renowned vineyard in Provence for many years, before he returned to his hometown Jelsa. You can taste excellent wines in the fantastically located winery within walking distance outside of Jelsa, and then dine in the beautiful outdoor area or in the fresh and lovingly restored wine cellar.
You continue around the northern tip of Hvar to Marina Palmižana on Pakleni islands, opposite the town of Hvar. Here you will find South Sea fireworks - a green botanical paradise and turquoise waters. The range of restaurants goes from cosy, over artistic to elegant. On the opposite side, there is the popular bathing and anchor bay Vinogradiše with turquoise water and culinary highlights ashore. During the day, we recommend the trendy beach club Laganini. Fine, light drinks and fancy snacks are served here with cool music. The Zori restaurant is located directly at the end of the bay. The excellent seafront restaurant with a fabulous terrace under huge palm trees offers everything your heart desires. The excellent kitchen and service staff pamper you with everything the land and the sea have to offer.
From Marina Palmižana you drive north, bound for Vis - a town on the island of Vis. The island of Vis has long been a military zone and is therefore not so developed as other islands tourism-wise. It has numerous original small farms, which offer stunning Dalmatian specialties – this is what makes this island so charming; the clocks are ticking quite differently here. The island capital of Vis, located in a large bay open to the north, has a good infrastructure in form of numerous nice restaurants, shopping facilities and a sea gas station. In the southern part of the bay in Kut lies a large and safe buoy field. From there you can comfortably go ashore with the dinghy and then explore the city. Culinary especially recommended is the fish restaurant Pojoda situated in Kut. The freshest and finest seafood specialties are prepared in a fantastic backyard with impressive palm trees, and you can choose here between many excellent wines.
In the morning we continue north to the archipelago of Šibenik and the island Kaprije. Northeast of the island in the bay Medoš you will find probably one of the most beautiful taverns of the region – Konoba Kod Kunjke. The tavern is located in a secluded and secure dream bay where you can experience the pure Robinson Crusoe feeling. If you make a reservation, the host Bernhard keeps you a free berth at his own floating dock or a buoy. If you order on time you can also try a delicious Peka meal - meat or octopus under a cast iron bell - or he will spoil you with freshly caught seafood specialties, which are brought every late afternoon from the fisherman. You can choose the fish that comes to the plate while it is still alive.
You continue to Tribunj - a few nautical miles away - a dreamy little fishing village with a wonderfully located marina. You can take a walk from your berth to the charming little old town of Tribunj – it is within walking distance and a small bridge connects it to the mainland. The annual mule race takes place on 01 August - a great event, which attracts tourists and locals from young to old, and where great Dalmatian specialties are served. For night owls, the vibrant tourist destination Vodice is within walking distance in just under half an hour. There are numerous trendy bars and beach clubs, most notably the famous Hooka Bar. Those who like to dance late into the night should not miss the discotheque Hacienda. Hip DJs perform during the summer in this large, beautifully landscaped open-air disco and the international jet set may be spotted here and there.