Split - Stari grad (island Hvar) 24 NM
Stari grad is historical heart of the island Hvar, ancient Pharos. It was built on the place where the deep bay passes into rich island fields, Arcadian valley whit vineyards and olive-groves. The town is surrounded with pine tree forest and cooled with summer breeze (maestral). In the hot summer days it is one of the rare Dalmatian places where the air is fresh and the sleep refreshing. Stari Grad is situated in the center of the island and it is an ideal place to start long walks and trips around the sunny island field with the sweet smell of herbs and flowers
Stari grad (island hvar) - Town Hvar (island hvar) 15 nm
The island of Hvar has a number of picturesque villages with preserved old architecture, numerous churches and tiny chapels, while small museums in the urban settlements on the island Hvar, and Stari grad, house extremely valuable works of art. Tourist who came to town spend most of their time on the main square, in front of the cathedral, and by the old Arsenal and the oldest Croatian theatre
Town Hvar (island hvar) - Town Vis (island Vis) 14 NM
Vis, the most flung of the islands of Central Dalmatia, sitting in the open sea, is renowed for being the most valuable Hellenistic locality in Croatia, and also for genuine Mediterranean atmosphere, and for crystalclear waters washing its two larges towns Vis & Komiza. The town Vis is located in the north of the island, in a wide bay which is a very popular anchorage for yachtsmen.
Town Vis (island Vis) - Town Komiza (island Vis) 20NM
The town of Komiza is situated in the northwest part of the island of Vis, in the deep Bay of Komiza, whose centre is dominated by the picturesque Grimaldi Tower. It is separated from the rest of the island by Hum hill slopes, which steeply drop down to the bay shores. Such location as well as the lack of agricultural land linked with it determined Komiza's focus on the sea and fishing industry.
Town Komiza (island Vis) - Town Korcula (island Korcula) 48 NM
Korcula is almost unique for the fish-bone pattern arrangement of its streets, and for its preserved Gothic-Renaissance buildings. Most intriguing for visitors to Korcula is the house of the Polo family, where its famous son came: the great world adventurer, Marco Polo. The people of Korcula lovingly maintain their heritage, as can be seen by the organization of church festivities, and medieval play of chivalry, the Moreska, which is enacted once each year trough the streets of the city.
Town Korcula (island Korcula) - Polace Bay (island Mljet) 16NM
Polace is one of the most ancient village on the island, and it is the largest and most sheltered harbour not only on Mljet but elswhere. It's one of the favourite place visited by sailsman. Polace has a number of ancient ruins dating from the 1st to the 6th Century whose walls dominates place.
Polace Bay (island Mljet) - Town Dubrovnik 30 NM
The vista of the Old city of Dubrovnik is one of the best known panoramas of Croatia and whole Mediterranean area. For few are the cities which enjoy such a wonderful position on a rocky shoreline above the sea, and few are the places where Medieval stone walls and fortress are so well preserved...