LQC R O U T E
Central Adriatic route
With this route we focused more on the northern part of Croatia. The beautiful cities, islands and places as well as national parks are ready to be explored.
Private cruise - whole charter
Private Cruise (Whole Charter) is ideal for group of 6 and more. Through this arrangement we offer exclusivity regarding to route, food, date and ship. On this way, your vacation will be totally unique experience.
1. Split/boarding - Primosten
2. Primosten - Zadar
3. Zadar - island Kornati
4. Island Kornati - Vodice
5. Vodice - Rogoznica
6. Rogoznica - Trogir
7. Trogir - Split
Day 1 SPLIT - PRIMOŠTEN
Primosten conserved the atmosphere and all architectural characteristics of a medieval Mediterranean fishing town. St George church, built in 1485. on, at that time, the highest top of the island, dominates the place. Church of Our Lady of Mercy from 1553. and St Roko chapel from 1680. are also worth seeing. Today Primosten is an important tourist destination with numerous accommodation capacities, restaurants, cellars and coffee bars. Stone cells of the vineyards (Babic sort) on the nearby slopes are a special experience and the evidence that a man hand can cultivate and fertilise even the most rustic landscape.
Day 2 PRIMOŠTEN - ZADAR
...for centuries the capital of Dalmatia, today the centre of the region, Zadar is a town with rich monumental inheritance visible even today on every step: Roman forum from the 1st c., St Donat church from the 9th c. - the most famous medieval basilica, the trade mark of the city; renewed romanic churches of St Krsevan from the 12th c. and the church-tower of St Mary from 1105, the cathedrale of st Anastasia from the 13th c., National square with the City lodge and guard from the 16th c., strong wall of fortress with representative Harbour and Continental gates from the 16th c., Square of 3 wells and Square of 5 wells, numerous palaces, villas and other monumental inheritance.
Day 3 ZADAR - ISLAND KORNATI
In the central part of the Croatian Adriatic, at the touching point of islands of Sibenik and Zadar, there is situated a separate and in many ways special group of islands called Kornati. For the exquisite beauty of its landscape, interesting geomorphology, great indebtedness of the coastal line and especially rich bio enosis of the costal ecosystem, a larger part of the Kornati archipelago was declared a National Park in 1980. Today the National Park "Kornati" covers an area of around 220 km2 and includes 89 islands, islets and rocks in total with about 238 km of coastal line. In spite of this relatively big number of islands, the continental part of the park makes less than ¼ of the total area, while the rest is maritime ecosystem.
Day 4 ISLAND KORNATI - VODICE
Located 13 km west of Sibenik on the coast of a broad bay, Vodice was first mentioned in 1402 in documents about the construction of St. Cross Church, although the town itself was inhabited in Roman times under the name Arausa or Arausa Antonina. The surrounding is rich in water (voda - its today's name derives from it) which was transported in galleys and boats to the nearby villages and islands till the late Middle Ages.
Day 5 VODICE - ROGOZNICA
...Rogoznica is a popular tourist village on the Dalmatian coast in Croatia that lies in the southernmost part of the Šibenik-Knin County, in a deep bay sheltered from wind, about 30 km from Šibenik. In the 2001 census, the population of the village was 2,391, with 96% declaring themselves Croats. It is occasionally called Šibenska Rogoznica to distinguish it from Lokva Rogoznica, another tourist resort in Dalmatia.The part of Rogoznica that lies on the mainland was populated already in 1390. In 1518 the inhabitants fled in front of the Turkish army to safety of the nearby islet. Thanks to its perfect location, numerous historical monuments and fascinating natural beauties, Rogoznica has been always considered one of the potentially highest category tourist destinations.
Day 6 ROGOZNICA - TROGIR
...a museum in the real sense of the word. Lovers of cultural and historical sights, works of art, original buildings and lovely streets will find the rich and stratified heritage in Trogir - from the romanic yards to the modern interiors.
Trogir has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. Its culture was created under the influence of the ancient Greeks, and then the Romans, and Venetians. Trogir has a high concentration of palaces, churches, and towers, as well as a fortress on a small island, and in 1997 was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. "The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period", says the UNESCO report.
Day 7 TROGIR - SPLIT
...the city that lives in slow motion you'll soon adapt to. The feeling that every day is a holiday, squares, restaurants and bars crowded with people and, of course, the city promenade "Riva" refreshed by the wind "maestral" in the summer and in the winter bathed in the Mediterranean sun and protected from the cold by its "coat" - the palace.
Day 8 SPLIT