Type: Private boat tour
Attractions: Blue lagoon, Solta island, Maslinica, Vela rina
Duration: 9 hours
Capacity: Max 10 people per boat
Accessories suggested for this tour: Sunscreen, Sunglasses, towels, water, camera
Recommended for: Sun and nature lovers
09:00 | Departure from Trogir/Split
09:30-11:00 | Blue lagoon – swimming, snorkeling
11:15-12:00 | Maslinica town on Solta island – Sightseeing and coffee time
12:15-13:00 | Refreshing swim near Maslinica
13:45-15:45 | Stomorska lunch time (You need to try the tuna steak!) – Island Solta
16:00-17:00 | Shipwreck snorkeling in the Necujam bay
18:00 | Back in Split/Trogir
If you truly love Croatia, you will find beauty everywhere.
You don’t always have to go far to reach your dreams. The Blue Lagoon is only 15 minutes away by boat from Trogir, but it is a true pearl.
Upon departure, get ready for a pleasant boat ride to the most beautiful beach in the Trogir archipelago.
Vela Rina is located on the southwest of the island Drvenik Mali, a 30 minutes boat ride away.
This small bay is well known for it’s soft sandy beach mixed with small pebble stones.
The boat can be docked on one of the docks surrounding the bay, but we prefer to drop an anchor into this amazing turquoise water. Unfortunately, there are no shade giving trees on this beach, however there is no reason to worry because all of our boats are well equipped with bimini top and a radio to put on some vacation music.
After we finish our relaxation in the Vela Rina, we will visit the Blue lagoon.
The Blue lagoon, or how the locals call it, Krknjasi is located on the east side of the island Drvenik Veli. This beautiful lagoon has been creating memories in our lives for years. And now you can create yours. The Lagoon is surrounded with two smaller islands Krnjas Veli and Krknjas mali.
Nothing but the smell of pine trees and the summer sounds of crickets.
The crystal pure water is perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
Especially in the morning, as there is no wind so the water is flat as a glass, clear and refreshing.
Our next stop is going to be Maslinica ferry on the island of Solta.
The name Maslinica comes from a Croatian variation of the word olive. This place is truly famous for its olive oil production and olive gardens.
We suggest you take a walk down the town coast and have some coffe and ice cream in one of the coffe bars.
After relaxation in Maslinica, it is right about time to have lunch.
For lunch, we suggest a restaurant in Stomorska village on the island of Solta. We will dock our boat just in front of the restaurant. The very first step you take will already place you inside the restaurant where your table awaits you just next to the water.
Let the smells and the taste of dalmatian food overwhelm you.
With our lunch finished and our bellies full, we have one more swim to take before we head back home.
Necujam bay is located just 5 minutes away from Stomorska village. It is the biggest bay on the island of Solta. However, we’ve chosen it because it hides a little secret. A sunken ship, which is a perfect place to go snorkeling, and take some amazing photos if you have a GoPro camera.
The ride back to Split or Trogir is only 30-40 minutes long, but you will be back richer for one great experience.
1 – 5 pax
1 – 7 pax
1 – 11 pax
- Boat hire
- Safety equipment
- Water on board
- Personal expensses