7 Day/ 6 Nights Sailing
Our skilled crew will take you to many isolated bays with beautiful beaches and unspoiled landscapes that will provide so much needed peace and silence where only sweet melody of crickets could be heard.
We start this cruise from the city of Pula .
Upon you arrival our crew members will be waiting to accommodate you. The meeting point is marina Pomer. The skipper will show you your cabin, explain the itinerary in detail and answer all of you question and assist you in every possible way. The incredible journey starts at 5 pm. For more detail description or daily itinerary click on the heading.
Day 1 Marina Pomer ,City of Pula
Departure from Pula with a swim stop on east side of Istrian peninsula. On arrival a guided tour of the city that has existed for over three thousand years. Find out more about the history and well preserved Roman amphitheater. You will hear whispers of a story of mythical Argonauts, Romans, Venetians, Franks and the time of the Austrian and Hungarian Empire. The city-museum will present you with its buildings and monuments preserved from bygone times: the Arch of the Sergi, Temple of Augustus, Hercules door. After boarding and lunch we begin sailing, one of the most popular islands on the northern Adriatic Island of Lošinj.
Day 2 Island of Susak and Island of Unije
Susak is a small island on the northern Adriatic coast of Croatia. The name Sansego comes from the Greek word Sansegus meaning oregano which grows in abundance on the island. A small percentage of natives still reside on the island which has increasingly become a popular tourist destination—especially during the peak summer months. Many of the people from Susak currently live in the United States. The island is geologically different from other Croatian islands in that it is mostly formed of fine sand laid on a limestone rock base. Scientists speculate that Susak formed as a result of sediment deposits from the river
Unije is an island in Croatia. It is part of the Cres-Lošinj archipelago, which is situated at the northern portion of the Adriatic Sea. Unije is the third largest island of the archipelago. It is 16.92 square kilometres (6.53 square miles) in size, with numerous bays and beaches. Low hills abut the shoreline and are covered with Mediterranean evergreen macchia trees and olive trees. The only settlement on the island of Unije bears the same name. It is a typical fishing and farming village which contains 280 houses.
Day 3 Island of Losinj
After breakfast we begin sailing towards Lošinj island, one of the most popular islands on the northern Adriatic with the most sunny days per year in Europe. Dock in town of Mali Lošinj and walk along the waterfront to enjoy cocktails, dining and dancing in the numerous cafes and night bars. Cycle to Cikat for a swim on the sandy Cikat beach or visit nearby, picturesque, town of Veli Lošinj (only 5 km away). Overnight in Mali Losinj.
Day 4 Island of Pag
Morning cruise towards Pag island with a swim stop on route. Afternoon arrival in Mandre, a wonderful village with beautiful natural surroundings of Holm oak, dry stone walls and crystal clear sea. While on Pag you can take Transfer to Zrće beach – Croatian Ibiza, the long pebble beach on the Pag Island. Zrće is a synonym for wild summer entertainment.Enjoy the music of the famous DJs like Guetta, Carl Cox, Armin Van Bureen and other artist in popular clubs Papaya, Aquaris, Kalipso open all night long. Transfer to the ship and overnight in port of Mandre.
Day 5 Island of Rab
Breakfast is served after which we continue to Rab Island, known as the “island of love”. In the small town of Rab we spend the night in the harbour. For the young Rab offers numerous locations of unforgettable fun. During the day you can join sea kayaking and swimming in crystal clear blue sea. Night life excitement can be found at beach-party club Santos, night-club San Antonio, Forum, Le Journal, Sanda.. For romanticists, there are numerous caffe bars and summer terraces, or you go up the Kamenjak top to enjoy the birds eye view and fantastic sunset
Day 6 Island of Cres
Swiming in the company of bottle nose dolphins that colonize the sea around the islands of Cres . Today these dolphins are one of the best-explored groups in the whole Mediterranean. Cres and the neighbouring island of Lošinj once used to be one island, but were divided by a channel and connected with a bridge at the town of Osor. Cres is a hilly island, 66 km long and ranging in width from 2 to 12 km. The island’s coastline , 248 km long, is indented; its western and southern part have a plenty of bays and pebbly beaches while the northern and eastern part are characterized with steep and rough rocks. The fresh water lake of Vrana deserves attention as an unusual natural phenomenon. It is one of the deepest fresh water lakes in Eastern Europe, going down 76 meters at its deepest point (below sea-level!). Its fresh water supplies drinking water for the population of both Cres and Lošinj islands. Therefore it is very highly guarded and illegal to swim and fish in.
Day 7. City of Pula
City of Pula After breakfast you will say goodbye to the crew and we hope to see you again aboard Adriatic Sailing Holiday.