Visit places you would otherwise miss, getting closer to the beauties of the Adriatic. A memorable day boating through scenic locations that highlight the magnificence of Croatia.
Visit the stunning island town Trogir that is under UNESCO and wander about its historic streets. Swim in the crystal clear sea at the blue lagoon and enjoy our huge sundeck. Explore cool locations around islands Drvenik and Šolta. Take a break at Maslinica village, where you can grab a coffee, explore an old castle from the 17th century or simply go to a local beach.
Feel like a real explorer when you snorkel around a shipwreck in the quietest bay around here. Simply enjoy the Adriatic!
With plenty of time for sightseeing as well as for swimming and relaxation, this trip is an ideal way to see the most beautiful Adriatic islands from a whole new perspective.
Split, next to the Harbour Office (Google Maps)
In case of tour cancellation by bad weather, full refund will be made or we will offer you to join the same tour on another day (subject to availability).
In case of medium wind our captain holds a right to change some locations for your own safety.
Tour is not recommended for pregnant women, participants with serious back or neck problems and children younger than 3 years.
The town of Trogir was founded as a trading settlement by Greek colonists in the 3rd century BC. Today Trogir is under UNESCO protection and it is one of the most beautiful small island towns in the world!
Blue Lagoon on the island of Drvenik Veli is the perfect location for a morning swim! We go there early to avoid the crowd so we can relax in the sun, swim and snorkel!
Maslinica is a small village on the island of Šolta. It is famous for golden awarded olive oil and castle from the 17th century that is reconstructed into a luxury hotel.
We will visit a main port of the island where you can snorkel in crystal clear sea, grab a drink or lunch in a hidden restaurant that serves only local ingredients.
Nečujam is a place where Roman emperor Diocletian had his vacation house and a fishpond. You can also find a shallow shipwreck, suitable even for kids to snorkel!