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From Split: Blue Lagoon, Trogir and 3 Islands Speedboat Ride

1. From Split: Blue Lagoon, Trogir and 3 Islands Speedboat Ride

If you wish to avoid summer crowds and have a relaxing and refreshing 5,5 hours out in beautiful coastal Croatia, this tour is the right choice for you. During the boat ride, you can enjoy the panoramic views of Split and its surroundings. Meet with our staff in our office 15 minutes prior to departure time. On your first stop take your time to explore the beautiful UNESCO-protected Trogir with 4000 years old historical sites and monuments. Lots of small stone alleys and a beautiful sunny promenade will make it hard to decide what to visit during the given time. Get lost in its small stone streets and feel the spirit of history. After a short ride on our speedboat, we arrive far away from the city crowds and mainstream tourism, that is, at the stunning Blue Lagoon in Croatia. You can spend your time swimming or snorkeling on small, hidden, untouched beaches, and take amazing pictures. Our next stop is the oldest settlement on this picturesque island of natural beauties. Stomorska is a small village with a long history of fisherman families, usually selling the daily catch of fish right on the dock in the town. You will have free time for swimming, relaxing, and exploring this authentic island which remains calm and quiet, celebrating the natural beauty that it has. Enjoy the last part of this memorable day on the sea while returning to your starting point on the promenade in Split.

From Omiš: 3-Day Croatian Islands Private Sailing Tour

2. From Omiš: 3-Day Croatian Islands Private Sailing Tour

Yor tour will start from Omiš, a town famous for its glorious pirate history. A reminder of the times when pirates used to control Omiš stands proudly over the town – the fortress of Mirabela. After embarking, you will head to the island of Hvar at 9 am. The sunniest island in Croatia is the most popular island in Croatia and worldwide. The island of Hvar offers everything you can possibly imagine on holiday. It is covered in pine forests, vineyards, olive groves, and lavender fields. Agriculture is a strong branch of the local economy, but tourism has taken first place. A walking tour of the town of Hvar is a must. In the town of Hvar, you can find many popular nightclubs, galleries, museums expositions, and events planned months before. In the summer Hvar is visited by many celebrities from all around the world. After Hvar, off to see a must see in Croatia, Pakleni islands. They are located just opposite Hvar. Here you can find untouchable nature, blue sky, and blue sea. This part of Croatia is really like heaven on earth. Unexplored and everything is like a national park on the highest level. After spending the night in Palmižana, a small settlement on Pakleni islands near island Hvar, the sails are set to the island of Šolta and the village of Stomorska. While in Palmižana, a warm suggestion is you visit Palmižana Botanical Garden. Village Stomorska is located in the north-eastern part of the island of Šolta. This small village is popular because of its picturesque waterfront, stunning beaches, and fishermen selling their catch in the early morning. The beaches are everywhere along the bay, so anyone can find their perfect place in the sun. Here you will spend your day before heading to the island of Brač and spend the night in the village of Bobovišće. Bobovišća harbor is located in a beautiful cove and it has always been attractive to navigation experts. You can choose and enjoy the bay and local cafes or you can join an optional tour of Pustinja Black Monastery (The Black Hermitage). The Monastery is very interesting and well worth a visit. Pustinja Black is a fantastic place to visit, so peaceful and tranquil. Get to know how hermit priests and villagers lived centuries ago. Next on the schedule is swimming in Stipanska beach or Lovrečina bay, both known for their large sandy beaches. Lovrečina bay is a good beach for kids, spacious enough. There is also a meadow above the beach where you can stay if you don’t like the jam on the beach. After a full day of activities and good memories, it will be time for the journey back to Omiš and your disembarkment. This tour is a great idea for nature lovers that wish to escape the city and take the perfect holiday to remember. See you!

Šolta, Blue Lagoon and Brač Private Tour

3. Šolta, Blue Lagoon and Brač Private Tour

Spend quality time with your friends and family on a private tour exploring the hidden gems of the Croatian coast. Departing at 9:00 AM, you will enjoy a thrilling speedboat ride to your first destination, the UNESCO-listed town Trogir. You'll have free time for coffee and to stroll around the town, which is characterized by quaint narrow streets surrounded by stone houses. Next stop is the Blue Lagoon for a swim and a snorkel. Explore the Solta-Maslinica, a small picturesque village made from stone. This village features a Marchi family Castle, built in a Baroque fashion. Next stop is the small village of Solta Stomorska, this village shore is an opportune moment to have lunch, either purchased or provide a picnic. Relax here with a cocktail, or take the time to go swimming. The last stop will be a wine tasting in a small family-run winery, or coffee in the fishing village of Milna on Brač island. You'll return to Split at around 6:00 PM. This is a private tour so it can be customized to your wishes. The length of each location is dependent upon the guests. There is also an options to enjoy water sports with the provided tube, go fishing, ride a water scooter, or receive suggestions. Enjoy a day of water-based fun with loved ones on this tour of Hidden Paradise.

Brač: Hidden Bays and Inlets Speed Boat Tour

4. Brač: Hidden Bays and Inlets Speed Boat Tour

Start with pickup from designated locations in Kaštel Lukšić, Trogir, or Split. Transfer to the port in Trogir and set off on your speed boat tour around the beautiful island of Brač. Visit the charming village of Milna where you can wander its narrow streets, or relax and enjoy a coffee on its stunning waterfront. Afterward, start exploring the hidden bays of the northern part of the island of Brač. Explore some of the secret tunnels which were once used by the Yugoslav Navy as submarine shelters. Next, stop in the bay of Stomorska where you can enjoy lunch at a family-run restaurant for a special discounted price. Departing Stomorska, arrive at Nečujam Bay and stop for a swim in its innermost cove. Here you can also discover an old shipwreck. On the way back to Trogir, stop in the "blue lagoon" on the island of Drvenik Veli, near the Bay of Krknjaši. Use the snorkeling provided to do some underwater exploring before returning to port with a transfer back to your pickup point.

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