Location of Stomorska
This idyllic Croatian settlement lies on the eastern part of the Šolta island in a narrow bay. It is, in fact, 16 km from Split on the south-west. The vessel traffic between the two towns ensures the touristic development of Stomorska.
History of Stomorska
As a matter of fact, the settlement was first mentioned in the 14th century as a bay belonging to Gornje Selo. Its name derives from the Gospe od Stomorije Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary as the town lies below this church. The main reason for this is that during the Turkish invasion many preferred the safe Šolta island to the nearby lands. For instance, the Bučić family in Hvar founded a small ship-building factory here. The Cindro family in Split and the Novaković family in Tugar had a summer residence built in the bay.
After the Venetian Republic had ceased to exist in 1797, Stomorska became part of the Habsburg Empire. In 1806 it was occupied by Napoleon and remained under French reign until 1813. Although after the Emperor’s fall until the end of the First World War it belonged to the Habsburgs. The promenade by the shore was built in the 19th century. The Saint Nicholas’ Church and the old building of the school were erected in 1870. The town was famous for its talented boatmen transporting crops, lime and other stuff. After the First World War, Stomorska was under the regime of the Italian Kingdom, then the Serbian-Croatian-Slovenian Kingdom and finally became part of Yugoslavia. During the Second World War again Italian troops entered into the region.
Weather of Stomorska
The climate of this seaside resort is a really pleasant Mediterranean. The average temperature in July is 28 °C whereas on January 9 °C. The sea temperature varies between 14 °C and 27 °C. The best holiday period to visit Stomorska is between May and September.
Main sights in Stomorska
The 19th-century old Saint Nicholas’ Church, the Cindro Palace and the fishing houses remained in their original style are must-visit sites. The old building of the school houses numerous events and exhibitions today.
Gastronomy of Stomorska
When sailing towards Stomorska, the best choice for a great pizza is the famous Pizzeria Volat. Furthermore, the Konoba Nevera at the port will not deceive you either. Here, the main offer is fresh sea fruit. There are abundant portions served by friendly staff.
Beaches in Stomorska
Veli Dolac Beach
Do you want to swim? Then go to the 200-metre long and 5-metre wide Veli Dolac beach. It is pebbly-stoned making it ideal for families. There are also sunbeds with catering facilities. When you choose this beach, definitely try snorkelling.
This 30-metre long and 5-metre wide beach is smaller compared to Veli Dolac. Owing to its slowly-deepening water it is an excellent choice for families with kids. Although if you do not intend to spend much time on the shore, seek for a shade under the pine trees by the shore.
Yacht charter Stomorska
Stomorska is an excellent starting-off point to visit Split, Trogir and the Brač island. Let’s see the ports around the picturesque town.
The port found in a natural bay adequately protects the yachts inside. Only the bora wind can cause significant swaying. There are 30 berths in the port from which 4 are large enough to provide a place for yachts over 50 m. The depth is 2-6 m. There are a water supply, electricity and plenty of cafés by the coastline. Information about sailing in Stomorska, or rent a boat in Stomorska
Port of Rogač
The SailingEurope Charter can be found on the northern part of the Šolta island in a bay protected by pine trees. By the way, it has a great location, about 16 km from Split. The main advantage of the port is that it is usually not crammed with people. There are bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, petrol station, coffee house and pizzeria nearby. However, the Rogač bay is well-protected by the winds with the exception of the bora that primarily blows in the winter.
Port of Maslinica
Marina Martinis Marchi on the western side of the Šolta island belongs to the luxurious Martinis Marchi Heritage Hotel complex. It has 50 berths for yachts up to the length of 35 m. The depth is 2-11 m. There is a water supply, electricity, Wi-Fi and bathrooms. However, the port awaits the boatmen all year round, the restaurants and cafés are open just from May to October.
Port of Split
The ACI Marina Split is a port with 348 berths for boats up to 90 metres in length. A breakwater protects it from strong waves and southern winds. The depth of the seabed is 8 metres. The port has a restaurant, a bar, a laundry, and a refuelling station. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and fuelling station. Information about sailing in Split, or rent a boat in Split
Port of Trogir
This significant port offers 256 permanent berths for ships up to 70 metres long. The depth of the water is 20 metres. They provide several services such as laundry, fuel and maintenance. They also have drinking water, electricity and free Wi-Fi. Read about sailing in Trogir, yachtcharter in Trogir
Port of Marina
There are 134 permanent berths for boats with a maximum length of 25 metres. The sea is 7 metres deep at the entrance. The port offers several good-quality services, and there is a bar and a restaurant. Information about sailing in Vis, or Vis boat rental
Ports of Milna
Milna has 3 ports and can accommodate more than 300 boats. The largest is ACI Marina Milna, offering 170 berths for boats up to 40 metres. The depth of the seabed is 6 metres. You can choose from many quality services here, and you can refuel. Marina Vlaska is on the northern side of the Bay of Milna. It has 71 berths for boats up to 25 metres. The depth is 15 metres. Yacht Club Milna has 100 berths for boats up to 30 metres. The depth is 3 metres. Information about sailing in Milna, or rent a boat in Milna
Port of Sutivan
Sutivan is located on the westernmost part of the north coast of Brač. It is only 7 kilometres from Supetar. The port can accommodate smaller yachts, but larger boats can only anchor in front of the bay. The depth at the entrance is 6 metres, and 2-3 metres along the quay.
Port of Supetar
Supetar’s outer port is reserved for ferries and commercial vessels. In contrast, mostly smaller boats and yachts use the inner basin. The depth of the seabed at the entrance is 6 metres, 5 metres in the outer basin, and 3-4 metres in the inner basin. Information about sailing in Supetar, or rent a boat in Supetar
Port of Pučišća
The Port of Pučišća is located on the northeast coast of the island of Brač. It provides 25 berths for boats, of which 8-10 are usually available for yachts. The depth of the seabed along the quay is 1, 2-2, 3 metres, and 3, 5-4, 3 metres in the middle of the port.
Port of Sumartin
The peaceful, quiet Sumartin lies at the eastern tip of Brač. It is the youngest settlement on the island. From the marina, you can see Makarska. They are connected by ferry. The depth of the seabed is 1-3, 7 metres. Information about sailing in Sumartin, or rent a boat in Sumartin
The port of Bol is located on the southern coast of Brač Island, about halfway between Milna and Sumartin. Because of its small size, it can be hard to find a free berth during the main season. The depth of the water is 6–7 metres near the entrance and 2 metres at the pier. They provide drinking water, electricity, laundry as well as cafés and restaurants. Information about Bol sailing, or rent a boat in Bol
Upon sailing to Stomorska, do not forget to include the other marvellous resorts such as Maslinica, Drvenik Veli island, Marina, Trogir, Split, Supetar and Ložišća nearby into your cruise. Find yacht routes in Solta or choose another rent a boat in Solta.
Rent a boat in Stomorska, and cruise around Stomorska
Day 1. Stomorska – Maslinica 15, 89 km (9, 87 mi), Day 2. Maslinica – Drvenik Veli-island 13, 38 km (8, 31 mi), Day 3. Drvenik Veli-island – Marina 13, 89 km (8, 63 mi),
Day 4. Marina – Trogir 10, 98 km (6, 82 mi), Day 5. Trogir – Split (ACI Marina) 15.47 km (9.62 mi), Day 6. Split (ACI Marina) – Supetar 16, 63 km (10, 34 mi), Day 7. Supetar – Ložišća – Stomorska 25, 79 km (16, 02 mi)
Day 1. Stomorska – Maslinica 15, 89 km (9, 87 mi), Day 2. Maslinica – Rogoznica 29, 12 km (18, 10 mi), Day 3. Rogoznica – Vis (Vis) 58, 50 km (36, 35 mi), Day 4. Vis – Vela Luka (Korčula) 44, 90 km (27, 90 mi), Day 5. Vela Luka – Sućuraj (Hvar) 57, 24 km (35, 57 mi), Day 6. Sućuraj – Bol (Brač) 47, 28 km (29, 38 mi), Day 7. Bol – Milna (ACI Marina) – Stomorska (Šolta) 37, 27 km (23, 16 mi)