Sunday: Embarking in Murter within 14.00 hrs, settle onboard and welcome briefing. We start our cruise sailing gently down to the island of Kaprije, the largest of the archipelago of Sibenik. We moor at the homonymous fishing village for dinner. Overnight on board.
Monday: a dip at dawn for the early birds. We enter the National Park of the Krka River up the fjord, through spectacular cliffs on the water until we reach the village of Skradin with the feeling of sailing the mountain. Lunch on board and then go ashore. An absolute must see are the beautiful waterfalls of the park that you can either visit by boat or along one of the mountain bike trails that reach right under the falls. Those who prefer the beach can take advantage of the marina or go in search of the hidden ones, a little out of the center, where you can also find some swans to keep you company! We stay downtown for dinner, a chance to taste the Debit, the white wine typical of the area and some good dishes of shellfish ... all local!
Tuesday: south route, we sail again the spectacular fjord of Krka going towards Sibenik, the oldest town on this stretch of coast, asleep between the river and the green hills behind it. We stop for a swim in this water a little sweet and a little salty and have lunch on board. In the afternoon we reach Zlarin, known as the golden island, the coral island or the green island. Even nowadays, it is a very quiet area, where you can still breathe the fresh air that smells of Mediterranean herbs like tamarisk. A dip in the clear water of the many sheltered bays is something you cannot miss.
Wednesday: a day dedicated to the National Park of Kornati, a labyrinth of rocks and cliffs scattered in the clear and emerald sea. Before evening we reach Ravni Zadan. The beauty of these islands rests in the absolute absence of chaos, there's just a few houses and quiet people, here you can abandon yourself to the rhythms of nature. The skipper knows a little restaurant for a spectacular seafood dinner, where, if we are lucky, it's just going to be us, what do you say?
Thursday: we continue the pilgrimage in the Archipelago of Kornati between barren, rocky and uninhabited islands, enjoying their wild beauty. It's time for Dugi Otok, also known as the Long Island. Overnight at bay Telascica, a long fjord that stretches for five miles through the island, where you can admire the Mir, a salty lake located above the sea level: its water is always a couple of degrees warmer than the surrounding sea and healing powers have been attributed to it.
Friday: within a few hours of sailing we reach Zut. The island of rugged coastlines covered with olive groves, vineyards and fig trees is inhabited only for a short period of the year, especially during the harvest of olives or fruits. Its waters offer the thrill of swimming with many colorful fishes, so snorkeling enthusiasts do not have to do anything but dive. Before evening we reach the houses of the fishermen of salts for dinner ashore.
Saturday: return to Murter and disembark at noon.