Dalmatian sea is covered with thousands of magnificent islands. Some of them are larger and populated while others are smaller and uninhabited. Each of them offers its own unique array of attractions and sights. One of the best things to do on any visit to Croatia is hopping between the islands.
With us that will be done easily, while you will enjoy in the beauty of the adriatic archipelago and its islands on your way to a desired destination. If you want to start from the town of Hvar or some other Dalmatian island we are open to different requests and boat tours.
The most famous transfer for sure is from Split to Hvar, and from Split airport to Hvar. You just need to provide us your flight details or your desired time of departure and we are going to do the rest.
If you still havent decided where do you want to go, let us narrow you the choice by providing a simple guide of the most famous islands in the area:
Brač is blessed with the magnificent Zlatni Rat beach in the harbour town of Bol, Croatia's top windsurfing destination. The island appeals to adventurous types with its excellent water-sports facilities and well-marked hiking and cycling paths. Behind Bol rises Vidova Gora (780m), the highest point on the Croatian islands – climb to the top for astounding views.
Korčula Town, sitting compact on a tiny medieval-walled peninsula, reveals stone stairways, noble palazzi and a Gothic-Renaissance cathedral – seen from the sea, it has hardly changed since its most famous citizen, Marco Polo (said to have been born here), embarked on his voyages to the Orient. At dusk, watch a performance of the moreška sword dance.
Mljet island, Homer eulogised this wave-washed island of Aleppo pine and holm oak in his Odyssey, and the World Wide Fund for Nature has named it among the last paradises in the Mediterranean. Mljet's northern third encompasses Mljet National Park, where two interconnected turquoise saltwater lakes are set amid dense woodland.
Vis island, a filming location for Mamma Mia II, Vis is one of those quintessential Croatian islands. The furthest inhabited island from the mainland, is known for its long history of winegrowing. Vis isolation has retained the charm and style of life characteristic of the 1950s and attracts tourists looking for “the Mediterranean as it once was”. The beautiful crystal clear waters, breathtaking isolated beaches, and historical sights on Vis are certain to delight visitors.