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The shoreline and the islands that surround Split are deemed by many to be the most beautiful on the Adriatic Sea. And whether you agree with them or not – because the other parts of our seaboard are truly magnificent – the islands of Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis and many smaller ones, as well as the coastline from Cape Ploča to the estuary of the Neretva River, offer yachtsmen countless sailing challenges, and many fascinating towns established back in Antiquity to visit.
rom the Komiža waterfront you can see Biševo, and when you sail out of the bay and look across the volcanic isle of Brusnik, you can see the islet of Sveti Andrija, or as the people of Komiža call it, Svetac. Both islands are dependent on Komiža. The sparsely inhabited Biševo, and Svetac – whose last inhabitant departed a few years ago – come to life in the summer. Many yachts drop anchor in the Biševo coves of Porat, Salbunara ad Mezoprat, while dozens of tourist boats and yachtsmen dock in front of the famous Modra špilja (Blue cave) – in which the play of light seeping through a submerged opening creates a wondrous light show – eager not to miss a chance to swim in its silver blue waters.
Split – Bobovišće bay (island Brac)
Alternative: Stomorska bay (island Šolta), Maslinica (Šolta)
Bobovišće bay (island Brač) – Stončica bay (Vis) – Vis town
Vis town – island Biševo (Modra špilja/Blue cave) – Porat bay (Biševo) – Komiža ( islandVis)
Komiža (island Vis) – Stiniva bay (Vis) – Pakleni islands, ACI marina Palmižana
Alternative: town Hvar, Vinogradišće bay (Pakleni otoci)
Pakleni islands – Tiha bay ( island Hvar) – Stari Grad (island Hvar)
Stari Grad ( island Hvar) – Blaca bay (Brač) – Jorija bay (Šolta)
Alternative: Šešula bay (island Šolta), Maslinica (Šolta)
Jorija bay – Krknjaši bay (island Drvenik Veli) – Split