Discover the beauty of the islands nearby Trogir on full day boat tour to the Blue Lagoon and Šolta: the beautiful village of Maslinica on the island of Šolta, the Vela Rina beach on Drvenik Mali island, and the Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Veli island. You will have opportunity to go swimming and snorkeling and spot seagulls, grebes and, if it’s your lucky day, dolphins.
Duration 9 hours
Available Every day
Small Group Max 12 people
Meeting point Trogir Marina
Experience the beauty and diversity of the islands nearby Trogir on full day boat tour to the Blue Lagoon and Šolta. An experienced crew will show you all the highlights on the way: the beautiful village of Maslinica on the island of Šolta, the Vela Rina beach on Drvenik Mali island, and the Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Veli island. You will have opportunity to go swimming and snorkeling and spot seagulls, grebes and, if it’s your lucky day, dolphins.
Tour program of the Šolta and Blue Lagoon boat trip:
Meeting point at 8:45am in Trogir at Ulica kralja Tomislava 16.
The first stop will be Vela Rina bay on Drvenik Mali island. The beach will amaze you: you will have the opportunity to relax on the sandy beach and snorkel in the blue turquoise sea. On the way to our next location, the Maslinica village, you will see lots of coves and beaches on the Drvenik islands, where you can stop for swimming and snorkeling.
Our next destination will be the small picturesque village of Maslinica on the island of Šolta. Awarded the “Best Authentic Coastal Destination” in Croatia, Maslinica has it all: the vibe of a fisherman’s village, great beaches, restaurants, services and the island’s best hotel. The town center is a smattering of stone houses clustered around a deep bay. Once in In Maslinica you can walk around its narrow streets, as well as to have lunch in one of the fantastic local restaurants.
Finally we head to the Blue Lagoon, on Drvenik Veli island, between the two Krknjaši islands. The Blue Lagoon in Croatia is a bright blue paradise, pure bliss for snorkelers thanks to its crystalline sea and sandy seabed. Not to mention that the Blue Lagoon is a natural habitat of dolphins, so if you have a lucky day, you will have a chance to see them. During your free time, you can swim, snorkel, sunbathe and explore the famous pebble beach surrounded by pine trees.
After the Blue Lagoon, we will return to Trogir, where the tour will end around 6:00pm.
*Please keep in mind the route and time schedule can vary depending on the weather and sea conditions.
** This tour requires a minimum number of travellers. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. If so, you will be offered an alternative or full refund.
The price includes: English speaking skipper – Bottled water – Windproof jacket – Equipment for snorkeling.
Don’t forget: Beach towel – Swimsuit – Sunscreen – Sun hat – Sunglasses – Camera.
Vela Rina bay is located on the island of Little Zirona (Drvenik Mali), Croatia. We are in the middle of the Trogir archipelago from which this beautiful boat tour starts. The whole coast of the island of Little Zirona is rocky, with the exception of Vale Rina. This bay, in fact, overlooks the sea with its large sandy beach where you can swim, sunbathe and enjoy all the beauty of the island from a unique perspective.
The village of Maslinica (or Oliveto’s Port) on the island of Šolta (Olinta) is a characteristic fishing village in Dalmatia, Croatia. Its origin dates back to the 18th century thanks to the Venetian aristocracy of the Marks: the three brothers, in fact, built here a castle that served as a military fortress and around which the village, which at that time was owned by farmers, developed. Since the family had no sons, Domenica Marchi was the only heir of the castle, which passed to her daughter Vincenza and her spouse Ivan Martinis, provided that they took the name Martinis - Marchi, in order to inherit the castle. For years this castle was abandoned, until its restoration began in 2001 and today Martinis-Marchi Castle is the most important tourist point in the city. In addition to the castle, Oliveto’s Port is famous for its unspoiled nature, clear waters, beautiful beaches and quaint town, which have elected it “best authentic coastal destination” in Croatia. The village of Maslinica is an ideal place for a quiet walk through the narrow streets of the village, finding good Croatian restaurants and breathing nature.
Going down towards the eastern part of the island of Drvenik Veli, we come across the bay of Krknjaši, known as the Blue Lagoon. Not to be confused with another equally famous Blue Grotto in Croatia, which is located on the island of Budikovac, near the island of Vis. The sea in this cove in big Zirona (Zirona Grande in italian) is so crystal clear that you can see urchins and dolphins: snorkelling here will be a real treat for your eyes. The sandy seabed of the Blue Lagoon also makes bathing pleasant, while you admire the island of the Trogir archipelago directly from the sea.
No, the boat tour to the Blue Lagoon and Šolta is subject to marine weather conditions. In particular, schedules and itinerary may vary to ensure you have the best boat experience in the best marine weather conditions.
Yes, the boat trip to the Blue Lagoon and Šolta is recommended for families with children over 5 years old. The destinations on this boat tour in the archipelago of Trogir in Croatia, allow you to enjoy a quiet moment of relaxation and fun with children, who will find sandy and shallow waters like those of the Blue Lagoon in bog Zirona and the peace of the village of Oliveto’s Port (Porto Oliveto).
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