With Šibenik as your starting point, you have the opportunity to admire the beauty of small islands of Šibenik archipelago on the way. On this week-long sailing route you get to experience it all, stunning nature, peaceful small islands and exciting city life.
Admire the bare beauty of National Park Kornati, and visit the salty lake Mir in Telašćica Nature Park. Explore the history of Dugi otok and its thousand-year-old fishing tradition. Take a walk on the lively streets of Biograd. With so many things to see and do, you'll want to extend your trip.
Day 1: Šibenik – Žirje
Sail through the Šibenik archipelago to its most distant permanently inhabited island Žirje. This peaceful oasis with typical stone houses and crystal clear water will be a perfect start to your journey.
Day 2: Žirje – Kornati (Island Žut)
On your way to island Žut, you can soak up the breathtaking beauty of Kornati archipelago. Island Žut is the second biggest of them all, and it's a combination of beautiful nature, good food and peace. Explore the small coves of the island and finish your day with a delicious dinner in one of the restaurants.
Day 3: Kornati (Island Žut) – Kornati (Telašćica)
Telašćica bay is one of the largest and safest ports in the Adriatic. From there you can explore Nature Park Telašćica and its peculiarities, a salty lake, lots of Roman remains, and endemic plants and animals.
Day 4: Kornati (Telašćica) – Dugi otok (Sali)
Sali is the center of Dugi otok and a place with the largest population, but still small enough to explore by taking a walk. With its cultural heritage, a thousand-year-old fishing tradition and unique festivities will definetly be a special experience.
Day 5: Dugi otok (Sali) – Biograd na moru
After a few days of nature and relaxing, small places, it's time for the crowds. Biograd na moru is a perfect place to experience a summer city life. Take a walk through the city, have a coctail by the sea or relax on one of Biograd's beautiful beaches.
Day 6: Biograd na moru – Murter (Betina)
Betina is a small village on Murter, and is considered as one of the most beautiful places in Adriatic. It's also one of the last wooden shipbuilding places in Europe. Because of it's picturesqueness and preserved historical core, Betina is protected as a cultural monument.
Day 7: Murter (Betina) – Prvić (Prvić luka)
Prvić is one of the islands without cars, but there is a road leading from one side of the island to the other. It's a perfect place to finish your week and relax and recharge your batteries before going back to your everyday life.