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We begin our tour in Split and head to the city of Trogir. After visiting the UNESCO pearl, we leave Trogir and head to a thirty-minute drive to the island of Drvenik Mali. Vela Rina is located on the south-western side of the island, it is a bay with an abundance of fine sand, which is otherwise not typical for Dalmatia. Not far from Drvenik Mali there is also the Drvenik Veli, and that island will be our next stop for swimming and diving. Our recommendation for diving is always the bay of Pernatica or Solinska.
After swimming, we continue towards the western side of the island Šolta. The ride itself is interesting because of the exceptional view of the Maslinica archipelago. Due to its excellent position, the Maslinica archipelago has been used for anchoring ships since ancient times. Behind the curtain of the aforementioned archipelago there is a small village named Maslinica which attracts travelers with its port and the Martinis Marchi castle, built by two Italian merchants.
On the way back, we will stop in the area of the islands of Drvenik, Krknjaš Veliki and Mali and enjoy the view of the Blue Lagoon.
At the end of our trip we find the islet of Pčelica with a small lighthouse from where there is a beautiful view of Trogir and the surrounding islands
The excursion does not require special physical fitness. It is ideal for children due to the shallow sandy beach of Vela Rina. There is always all the basic and additional equipment on board, such as sun cream, sea toys etc.
Trumbiceva obala 11, Split.
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Pick up possible.
Start your tour by departing from Split to Trogir.
After a short drive, you’ll reach the city of Trogir. Explore this UNESCO World Heritage site known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and charming narrow streets.
Leave Trogir and embark on a thirty-minute drive to the island of Drvenik Mali.
Arrive at Vela Rina, a bay on the southwestern side of Drvenik Mali. This bay stands out for its fine sand, which is unusual for the Dalmatian region. Enjoy the beautiful beach and relax in the crystal-clear waters.
Continue your journey towards the western side of the island Šolta. Along the way, you’ll enjoy the exceptional view of the Maslinica archipelago, which has been used as an anchoring spot for ships since ancient times.
Reach the small village of Maslinica on Šolta. Take some time to explore the village’s port and visit the Martinis Marchi castle, an impressive structure built by Italian merchants.
On your way back, you’ll make a stop near the islands of Drvenik, Krknjaš Veliki, and Mali. Take in the breathtaking view of the Blue Lagoon and its turquoise waters.
Your final stop will be at the islet of Pčelica, where a small lighthouse is located. From here, you’ll enjoy a beautiful view of Trogir and the surrounding islands.
Return to Split.