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Venice to Trogir

7 days Luxury Yacht Charter Experience

Starting in Venice, this itinerary has a diverse mix of destinations and scenery.

Featuring a handful of World Heritage sites and UNESCO protected buildings, the locations visited between Venice and Trogir offer an impressive contrast between the past and present day.

Day 1

Embark in Venice, a city known worldwide for her maritime history and for the beauty of its setting, its architecture and its artworks. The city in its entirety is listed as a World Heritage site along with its lagoon. Explore Venice' s famous canals on a guided gondola ride through the city. Meander beneath bridges and along quiet, peaceful stretches taking in sights such as the Rialto Bridge and San Marco Square. Overnight cruise to anchor off Rovinj.
Rovinj used to be an Istrian fishing port and was also the principal town of the Istrian peninsula. Nowadays, it is a maze of narrow streets which leads to a harbour full of fishing boats as well as yachts. The entire Rovinj coast, along with its 22 islands, are a protected natural heritage. The islands offer the most attractive beaches out of the entire Rovinj area, with numerous seagull nests. Rovinj has become famous as a cultural centre, particularly for painters, artists and writers.
Many galleries have been established in Rovinj and the town itself was declared a cultural monument in 1963. 

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Brijuni National Park
Day 2

Brijuni National Park is an oasis of the magnificent harmony between man, animal and plant life. Traces of dinosaurs, and many other historical and culturally rich archaeological sites all throughout the islands. The nature’s beauty as its finest that you can observe among the stretch of Beaches and its immensely blue waters.
Bijuni’s island has one of the most interesting underdwater archaeological sites along the coastline.
The park’s most breath taking sites can only be seen by diving under the waters. The archipelago is also home to several bird species, unique animals as of the zebu or Indian holy cattle and rarer species that live in the premises freely as in their natural habitat.

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Venice to Trogir - Cres - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Day 3

Cres, is a real appeal for nature lovers because it is a treasure trove of plant and animal life, with an exceptionally large number of endemic species.
Cres is also a host to one of the last habitats of a very rare bird - the griffon vulture. The town of Cres is the largest town on the island, located in the northern part, protected by a large and deep bay.
The best way to experience the town is to take a walk through numerous narrow streets, discover ornaments on medieval buildings, see the reflection of the facades between wooden boats and pass along the waterfront bathed in the sun. This typical Mediterranean town has its own specific cuisine based on fish, shellfish and crabs and it’s well known Olive Oil.
Appreciate the wonderful view from the ancient mountain village Lubenice, you can appreciate of the entire Kvarner islands and coast of Istria. On the other side of the island the village Beli, visit the prehistoric citadel.
Beli is today a little picturesque town, and one of the oldest walled settlements on the islands. 

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Venice to Trogir - Zadar - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Day 4

For two thousand years Zadar was the most powerful town on the eastern shores of the Adriatic.
The entire old town is a sight in itself, with many churches and historical monuments, the most famous being the cathedral of St. Stosija and the church of St. Donat.
Among numerous historical monuments two modern ones fit perfectly. The first is The Sea Organs, within the perforated stone stairs that lead to the sea and as varying strengths of waves and wind enter these spaces, air is pushed through a series of 35 polyethylene tubes of different diameters. At the end of each pipe is a whistle, tuned to play seven chords of five different tones.
The Greeting to the Sun is the second, it consists of three hundred multi-layered glass plates placed on the same level with the stone-paved waterfront in the shape of a 22-meter diameter circle. Under the glass conduction plates there are photo-voltage solar modules through which symbolic communication with nature is made, with the aim to communicate with light, just like the Sea Organs do with sound.

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Telascica National Park
Day 5

The contrasts of nature are expressed here in peaceful bays and rugged cliffs. Forests of Aleppo pine on one side and Holm oak on the other, flank an area of cultivated vineyards and olive-trees, as well as an area of rocky meadows. Mediterranean vegetation is well represented in the park with more than 400 plant species as well as numerous rare and endemic plants that have been recorded.
The underwater world is a home for about 250 plants and 300 animals, including the now depleted red coral and the carnivorous sponge. The park is a heaven for the 14 island donkeys, which roam freely in the bay Mir.
The park is characterized by three phenomena: the beautiful and well-protected Telascica bay, the cliffs of Dugi Otok island rising up to 200m over the sea, and Salt Lake Mir with fine curative gray silt.

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Venice to Trogir - Sibenik - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Day 6

The oldest autochthonous Croatian town on the Adriatic is situated in the best protected natural port in the centre of the eastern coast of the Adriatic, on the mouth of the beautiful river Krka. It was first mentioned in 1066, during the reign of Croatian King Kresimir IV, when the town began to spread like an Amphitheatre below the cliff. Rich cultural heritage, numerous churches and monasteries, stone houses and mansions ornamented by portals and heraldic chests are still well preserved in the Old Town. The Fortress of St. Michael is located 70m above the sea behind the old city agglomeration. It was built, in the period from the 15th to 17th century, out of dressed white stone. The most famous is the Cathedral of St. Jacob, protected by UNESCO and unique in both Croatian and European architecture owed to its construction; built entirely of stone, it is unique in the brave structure of stone slabs and ribs, with no binding material. It is also unique among Renaissance churches due to its trefoil front facade.

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Venice to Trogir - Solta - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Day 7

Solta island (pronounced sholta) is so close to Split that it is practically a suburb of Croatia's Adriatic metropolis-by-the-sea. Solta is a hilly island with steep shores, mostly on the southern side, deep bays and sheltered coves. The macchia, herbs and shrubs that carpet the island, are perfect beekeeping pastures and make Solta famous for its honey. Known by the Greeks as Olyntha, Solta became a summer getaway for the Roman citizens of Salona. Now, the small native population is augmented by Split locals who have built second homes here. Chilling in one of the little villages or hanging out on one of the beaches is a pleasant break from busy Split. The main activities still revolve around the age-old production of olive oil and honey, and make it ideal for those who want to veer from the standard tourist trail for a glimpse of traditional island life.

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Venice to Trogir - Trogir - Luxury Charter Itinerary | C&N
Day 8

Morning cruise to Trogir and disembarkation. Trogir is detailed on the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage as the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town in Central Europe. Some of the most famous sights in the town are the Cathedral of St. Lawrence with its remarkable portal by master Radovan, the Kamerlengo Fortress, the Town Gate, the Cipiko Palace, the Town Hall, the Church of St. Nicholas, a museum, a picture gallery and the Kairos art collection. According to UNESCO, when visiting Trogir one should look beyond the stone of the buildings:'Look for the mysterious spirit in stone. Look for all those architects, builders, artists, patrons, for all those stories hidden in the history of stone'. Bars, taverns, restaurants, souvenir shops, traditional music corners, a theatre and music festivals are but a few of the entertainment possibilities. The town's life, fun, passion and vibrations arise from three springs: the market, the promenade and the central square.

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