A seven step itinerary:
Bordering the Adriatic Sea to the east, Croatia has one of the most idented coastlines in Europe. Over a
thousand islands offer safe, sheltered ports and idyllic anchorages. Meet your yacht in Venice and cross
the Adriatic after experiencing the sights and sounds of its famous canals and the Basillica of
Berth in the north harbor of Rovinj along with a mix of fishing boats and luxury yachts. This
predominately Italian town dates back to the 7th century. Visit St. Euphoria Cathedral and the many shaded
cafes lining the quayside. That evening, depart for Pula.
The city of Pula is packed with fascinating museums where traces of Byzantine, Venetian and Australian
cultures can still be found. Tour the well-preserved amphitheater that seats over 26,000 spectators. After an
exquisite dinner on your yacht's aft deck, prepare for an early departure to the Losinj Islands.
Breakfast in August Bay, the biggest closed bay of the islands. With 6,500 inhabitants, Mali Losinj is the
largest island town in the Adriatic. It dates to the 12th century, when early Croatian settlers
migrated to the coast to take advantage of the sea's rich resources.
Spanning 300 square kilometers of occean, the 140-island Kornati island group is unique. Explore the
Illyrian settlement of Zadar, dating all the way back to 9th century B.C. The city's tumultuous past is
evidenced in its layers of walls, as well as its Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments.
The medieval town of Trogir stands on the foundations of an ancient Greek settlement on a small
island connected to the mainland by bridges. Its restaurants, markets and sights such as the 15th-century
Trogir chapel make it a favorite stop enroute to Split.
Dating to 300 A.D., the ancient city of Split took over from Salona as the metropolis of the Roman province
of Dalmatia. Prior to your departure, visit the Emperor Diocletian's palace, known as a monument of
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