Central Dalmatia is the most popular nautical tourism destination, with the largest charter fleet located in several marinas of the Split and Trogir area. Some of the most beautiful Dalmatian islands are located in this area – primarily Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis and Korčula with a multitude of islets surrounding them, representing an unavoidable boat stop. Although in peak season, they tend to be crowded with boats and tourists, experienced skippers can always find a cove where you can be anchored alone under the starry sky.
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The island of Vis is perhaps best known for its Blue and Green Cave, which owe their names to the color of the sea within them. The Blue Cave is located on the island of Biševo. The entrance fee amounts to EUR 10 per person for adults and EUR 5 for children above 6 years of age, while for children under 6 the entrance is free of charge. In the offseason and preseason, the prices are 30% lower. The Green Cave is somewhat less attractive than the Blue Cave, and it is located on the islet of Ravnik on the southwestern side of the island of Vis. Recently, an entrance fee was introduced for this cave that, unlike the Blue Cave, also offers you the possibility to take a swim. Both caves are quite commercialized and can be crowded in peak season.
The town of Hvar on the island bearing the same name is best known as a gathering place for the world’s jet set in the summer months, where they come with mega yachts to enjoy the sea, sun and gastronomic delicacies of Hvar restaurants. The island of Hvar has a number of beautiful bays suitable for anchoring, and among the most beautiful ones are those in the Pakleni Islands, an archipelago consisting of around 20 islets and cliffs right across the town of Hvar.
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