Private sailing or private speed boat tour with Klobuk Travel

As Sailing is Must in Croatia – we decided to introduce with the best providers…It’s quite a task….so you better take all our information very seriously.

KLOBUK TRAVEL from Split offers a variety of SEA day tours or even some multi-days.

Travel Nautic Centar KLOBUK is located in the marina of Le Meridien Lav hotel and they offer a number of services that can complement your leisure; rent a jet ski/sea scooter water skiing rent a paddle boat rent a sea kayak rent…

Discover the beautiful Adriatic Sea aboard one of our speedboats or sail into a sunset on Catamaran Lagoon 39. We invite you to join all of them who choose the best Split’s agency for a private or semi-private tour and to discover the uniqueness of beautiful Croatian islands.

If you are into exploring Dalmatian cost by the speed boat ….this is our suggestions;

2 Islands Trip by Klobuk Travel

Split – Šolta – Krknjaši blue lagoon – Split

The small island of Šolta is an amazing place of green and blue oases, crystal clear sea and numerous pebble beaches. The unexplored paradise that just awaits you to discover its breathtaking sights.
In the research, you will not miss the traces of the Roman-era past, as well as an unusual baroque castle in a series of stone houses.
Treat yourself to one of its world-famous treasures: honey is known for its therapeutic properties, protected extra-virgin olive oil or superb red wine made from indigenous island grapes.

Croatian-Attractioon-Šolta

Krknjaši bay, on the island of Drvenik Veli, is one of the most popular bays in the Adriatic sea.
The amazing turquoise blue color of the sea and wild nature makes this place hard to resist. With its beautiful sandy beach and shallow sandy seabed, Krknjaši provides an atmosphere of true tropical paradise.

Croatian Attractions, sailing Blue Lagoon

 

3 Islands Trip

Split – Brač (Milna) – Hvar – Palmižana (Paklinski islands) – Split by Klobuk Travel

The welcoming bays of Milan have always been the favorite port to sailors sailing through the Middle Adriatic. Stone houses along the beautiful long coastline are small masterpieces of plebeian architecture. In the village, there is also a beautiful Baroque church with a typically Dalmatian bell tower. The interior of the church hides impressive works of Venetian masters.
For years, Milna was known for its shipbuilding and the renowned Dalmatian boat “bracera” was first made here.
Besides historical sights, its scenic beauty and irresistible charm of a typically Dalmatian “small town”, Milna will enchant you with its healthy Mediterranean cuisine abundant in fresh fish, quality olive oil and home-made wines.

An island that carries the title of the jet-set location but still holds this old Mediterranean soul – it can only be Hvar.
The history of Hvar reaches far in the antics and medieval times as a famous harbor, but today it’s a no.1 destination for a perfect vacation. The mild climate throughout the whole year and breathtaking nature, especially the lavender fields which are the unspoken symbol of Hvar, are a combination that many Hollywood A-listers recognized years ago and keep coming back. Hvar is also famous for its olive oil and wine so keep that in mind when shopping for souvenirs there. For those keen on gastronomy, Hvar offers a big choice between many family restaurants- konoba, that serve homecooked seafood from the best ingredients that you can taste.

Paklinski islands(Hell islands), a group of about twenty islands and cliffs, which stretch in front of the town of Hvar. They are uniue and the most famous natural beauty of Hvar.
On one of them, the island of Klement, is Palmižana beach– the oldest and the most popular excursion destination of Hvar visitors. Its tourist image was built by prof. Eugen Meneghello at the beginning of the 20th century when he built a summer house. The family brought numerous exotic plants to the island and created a rare botanical garden. Palmižana is considered one of the 10 top tourist destinations on the Adriatic.

5 Islands Trip

Split – Biševo (Blue cave) – Vis (Stiniva bay) – Vis (Green cave) – Paklinski islands – Hvar – Brač (Milna) – Split

by Klobuk Travel

A visit to Blue Cave, located on Biševo Island, will certainly impress you and stay in your memory for a long time. The miraculous play of sunlight which reflects from the white bottom creates a fascinating blue light that lights up the cave above and below the sea surface. The items submerged in the water get a silver glow. The island of Biševo with its romantic shores, vineyards, and scents of pine forests is a real paradise for relaxing.

Stiniva Beach on the south side of the Croatian island Vis has been voted the most beautiful beach in Europe by the European Best Destinations website.
But what is it that makes Stiniva so beautiful? A deep natural bay, with the clear blue sea with mysterious and very Hellenistic gates inviting you in where the perfect pebble beach unfolds before your eyes encircled by tall, cave-like, stone walls.

In the Green cave, through a crack in the ceiling, the sun’s rays reflecting with a greenish color and creating a captivating light effect. Swimming is allowed here and if you like snorkeling you can swim in the cave.

Paklinski islands(Hell islands), a group of about twenty islands and cliffs, which stretch in front of the town of Hvar. They are unique and the most famous natural beauty of Hvar.

An island that carries the title of the jet-set location but still holds this old Mediterranean soul – it can only be Hvar.
The history of Hvar reaches far in the antics and medieval times as a famous harbor, but today it’s a no.1 destination for a perfect vacation. The mild climate throughout the whole year and breathtaking nature, especially the lavender fields which are the unspoken symbol of Hvar, are a combination that many Hollywood A-listers recognized years ago and keep coming back. Hvar is also famous for its olive oil and wine so keep that in mind when shopping for souvenirs there. For those keen on gastronomy, Hvar offers a big choice between many family restaurants- konoba, that serve homecooked seafood from the best ingredients that you can taste.

The welcoming bays of Milan have always been the favorite port to sailors sailing through the Middle Adriatic. Stone houses along the beautiful long coastline are small masterpieces of plebeian architecture. In the village, there is also a beautiful Baroque church with a typically Dalmatian bell tower. The interior of the church hides impressive works of Venetian masters.

For years, Milna was known for its shipbuilding and the renowned Dalmatian boat “bracera” was first made here.
Besides historical sights, its scenic beauty and irresistible charm of a typically Dalmatian “small town”, Milna will enchant you with its healthy Mediterranean cuisine abundant in fresh fish, quality olive oil and home-made wines.

The customers always expect to be provided perfect services and the ultimate goal is to ensure this.

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