ISLAND HOPPING: OSLJAK- UGLJAN- PASMAN
- 1 – 2 / 1120,00 KN / 149,00 Eur
- 3 – 4 / 820,00 KN / 109,00 Eur
- 5 – 7 / 640,00 KN / 85,00 Eur
- Possibility of operating tour for larger groups on request.
- PRICE INCLUDES: transfer from your apartment or hotel to the boat and back, boat, skipper, fuel, marenda-snack, insurance, VAT
- PRICE EXCLUDES: meal and beverages
- DURATION: 8 hours
- OPERATES: flexible
- MIN. No. Persons: 2
- MAX. No Persons: 6
- OPTIONAL: Stop for lunch at local restaurant.
- NOTE: Recommended booking at least a day earlier
Island hopping is the best way to explore Croatia, the land of 1000 islands. You will be stunned by amazing island landscapes, untouched nature and secluded coves. Feel the Mediterranean, get to know the islands of Zadar Region. Cruise with powerboat and have a sea adventure while exploring the secrets of Zadar archipelago. Have a great time swimming and sunbathing, discover unique islands` lifestyle and enjoy in the wonderful sceneries.
Experience a true sea adventure cruising with the powerboat in Zadar and Pašman Canal. Discover, Ošljak, smallest inhabited island of the Adriatic and its small settlement surrounded by pine forest, olive grows and Mediterranean bushes. Take a swim in a crystal clear turquoise sea and discover hidden beaches and secluded coves of the islands of Ugljan and Pašman. Find out about islands` rich history and cultural heritage, sightsee old churches, windmills and find your own small piece of heaven.
About the islands:
Ošljak is the smallest inhabited island on the Adriatic. It lies in Zadar canal on about 1 km distance from the island of Ugljan. Pine cypress forest and old olive grows cover the island giving it the wild appearance.
Ugljan is a 20 km long island which is situated opposite of Zadar. There are seven inhabited villages and all of them are facing towards the mainland. In the inland, behind the hills you can find untouched nature, meadows, pine and coniferous forest, olive grows and small cultivated gardens. Because of the karst relief and impassable old macadam roads, many island`s coves and beaches are reachable only by boat. Ugljan is also known as the Olive Island due to more than 200 000 olive trees growing on the island.
Pašman is green, picturesque island divided from the mainland by narrow Pašman Canal. The sea water in the canal is the cleanest of the entire Adriatic due to constant change of sea currents. Eleven little villages are located on the island facing towards the mainland. Traces of life in them date back in the Neolithic Era.