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Discover Marco Polo. Sail your way back in time
The Dalmatian coastline is the most appreciated sailing area in Europe, for so many reasons: over 1000 islands close to the coast, some covered in luxurious vegetation, some bearing impressive stone formations, some uninhabited, and some being the best place to be for crazy parties. Nevertheless, all of them have their unique beauty.
divided into urban, mainland part and the peninsular historical core which now houses the municipal buildings
a natural harbour ringed by graceful, gently weathered Mediterranean town houses and green surrounding hills...
the city lives in many colours and sounds, perfectly interlacing the variegated exciting past with modern times of its inhabitants and visitors
The Serenissima has been a fabled destination for centuries. That first cruise down the Grand Canal is one of life's unforgettable experiences.
glorious cliché, more romantic, more beautiful and more surprising than you could expect, Venice really needs no introduction.
visit palazzo ducale
the Doge’s Palace is an impressive structure composed of layers of building elements and ornamentation
scenic Istrian city along the Adriatic Coast that holds unmatched beauty and distinction, Umag conquers with its allure, diversity and richness of the tourist offer
Poreč’s richness is measured by its historical heritage. The priceless city centre, located on a small peninsula submerged in the sea.
...coastal Istria’s star attraction.Wooded hills and low-rise hotels surround the old town, which is webbed with steep cobbled streets and piazzas
Nightlife begins in the town center with colorful restaurants and bars on the coast. There are plenty of local festivals and other events with live music.
veli rat lighthouse
The lighthouse, surrounded by pine trees, beautiful bays and pebble beaches, is considered one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic.
"new Croatian capital of cool." The turbulent history of this city has left many scars on him, but also a valuable cultural heritage.
NOT ONLY SAILING. EXPLORING!
The “Marco Polo” route is following the traces of this great explorer born in Korcula. There is nothing like entering the waters of the Serenissima Republica, Venice, as the captain of a sailboat. We recommend you to take two days for enjoying Venice. For the rest of this 2 week cruise you will witness the unique scenery of the Kornati National Park, the harbours and culinary treasures of Istria, and the beautiful medieval city of Zadar. This is a route of contrasts, adventure and relaxation. The longer sailing days are followed by shorter days, so that the crew can rest.
Average to high difficulty level.
14 DAYS ROUTE
430 NAUTICAL MILES
Day 1: Mandalina Marina – Tribunj7nM
Day 2: Tribunj – Sali 28nM
Day 3: Sali – Mali Losinj 53nM
Day 4: Mali Losinj – Pula 40nM
Day 5: Pula – Venice 70nM
Day 6: Venice
Day 7: Venice – Umag 46nM
Day 8: Umag – Porec 13nM
Day 9: Porec – Rovinj 10nM
Day 10: Rovinj – Brioni14nM
Day 11: Brioni – Veli Rat 64nM
Day 12: Veli Rat – Zadar 18nM
Day 13: Zadar – Vrulje (Kornat) 36nM
Day 14: Vrulje (Kornat) –Mandalina Marina 30nM
Day 15: Check-out
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