A relaxing three-day sailing trip is ideal for restoring lost energy and recharging!
From 1410 EUR / 10 575 HRK per boat
Tourist tax 1,35 EUR (10 HRK) per person per night, transit log 130 EUR (975 HRK) per booking, overnight marina fee, fuel, food and drinks for the skipper
People per boat:
Departure:09:00 o’clock / 9.00am
Return:18:00 o’clock / 6.00pm
Meeting point:Toto Travel Office
Trumbićeva obala 2, 21000 Split
The best way of experiencing the coast of Dalmatia and beautiful islands with their hidden coves, private beaches and untouched nature.
Meet with our staff at our meeting point, the Toto Travel office, from where we will transport you to the marina. In case you are arriving with your car, let us know beforehand and we will send you the location of the marina and directions to the nearest parking lot.
Island-hopping in Croatia at its best. Take your time, relax, and enjoy the islands at an easy pace. We start our sail towards the Pakleni Islands. This group of islands is packed with small bays. Choose between a calm cove where you can swim in the crystal-clear water and enjoy the quiet of nature or head to Palmizana if you wish to enjoy some drinks and good music
Hvar town is just across the canal, this old city is filled with historical sights and has kept its Mediterranean charm but with a modern twist. The “Riva” is always full of luxurious yachts and beach bars and nightclubs are never far away.
A unique island with a long cultural history – because of its geographical position, it has had many rulers over the years. Filled with natural wonders such as “Stiniva bay” and countless little caves to explore, you will not be short of things to admire on Vis. A lot of military structures still remain from the Yugoslavian era now serve as a tourist attraction and are available for exploring.
We will continue our sail towards Brac island and the small town of Milna, a fishermen’s village where you can catch a last swim or enjoy a walk along the coast. Milna is known for its history of shipbuilding, the renowned Dalmatian boat “bracera” was first made here. Besides historical sites, now is an opportunity to experience the irresistible charm of a typically Dalmatian “small town”.
We head back to Split in the afternoon.
After a relaxing sunset boat ride, we will arrive back to the marina in Split by 6:00 pm.