Split is the second-largest port city in Croatia. It is located at the mouth of the Jadro and Žrnovnica rivers, on the peninsula surrounded by Kaštela Bay and Split Channel. You can find out from this article what weather you should expect when sailing in Split, and we will also provide you with a 7-day sailing itinerary. Explore the world-famous port city and the area rich insights to see!
This article gives you an overview of the following topics:
- Weather of Split
- Ports around Split
- Sail in Split! Split sailing tours
- A week Split sailing tour
- 7 Days Split sailing itinerary (longer)
- 2 weeks catamaran tour from Split
- Sail from Split to Dubrovnik
- 1 week Split to Hvar catamaran itinerary
- Marine gas near Split, boat gas stations around Dalmatia
There is a pleasant Mediterranean climate on the coastal resort. Summers are hot and dry, and winters are mild but wet. In July, the average temperature is 29.6°C, while it is 11.3°C in January. There are high levels of sunshine, which is especially pleasant for those who want to spend their time on the beach. The temperature of the Adriatic sea may even reach 26°C in August. Check the sailing conditions and wind rose diagram of Split.
Port of Split
The ACI Marina Split offers 348 berths for yachts of maximum 90 m. The breakwater provides outstanding protection from the raging sea and the southern winds. The water depth is 8 m. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and fuelling station. There are restaurants, bars, laundries and fuelling station. Information about sailing in Split, or rent a boat in Split.
Port of Podstrana
The luxurious Marina Lav belongs to the Le Meridien Lav hotel complex. It can accommodate 74 yachts with a maximum length of 40 m. The depth varies between 2-2.8 m. There is a water supply, electricity in each berth; moreover, a 24-hour security guard protects the area. Information about sailing in Podstrana, or rent a boat in Podstrana
Marina Kaštel Gomilica
This is the only port in Croatia that can accommodate superyachts up to 140 m. The depth of the seabed is 5, 5 m. Refuelling is among the quality services of the port.
The recently built port is in the south-western part of Kaštela Bay. It has 420 sea berths, all offering water and electricity. The depth of the seabed is between 2, 5 m and 8 m. There are also 200 land berths. There is a reception desk, a self-service laundry, a yacht club and a refuelling station. As for restaurants, you can choose BavAdria café, Nautic restaurant or Spinnaker restaurant. In addition, there is a pizzeria next to the swimming pool. Information about sailing in Kastel Gomilica, or rent a boat in Kastel Gomilica.
Port of Omiš
This small Central Dalmatian town lies at the mouth of Cetina River. It is surrounded by massive gorges. The Bora wind, coming from every direction, and the southern winds cause strong waves in the area. The depth of the seabed is 4 m. Information about sailing in Omis, or rent a boat in Omis
Marina Baška Voda
The Marina Baška Voda can accommodate up to 180 boats up to 23 metres in length. The maximum depth of the seabed is 4 metres. The port has drinking water, electricity and a restaurant. You can even get medical help if needed. Information about sailing in Baška Voda, or rent a boat in Baška Voda
The Marina Ramova is located in Krvavica, a town that administratively belongs to Baška Voda. It has 195 berths for boats up to 16 metres in length. The depth of the seabed is 3 metres. The port offers many excellent services. The restaurant can accommodate up to 150 guests at once.
The port’s 225 metres long breakwater was completed in 2015. It provides protection from winds and waves coming from the south and southwest. The maximum depth of the seabed is 4.8 metres. The excellent services offered in the port include refuelling. Information about sailing in Makarska, or rent a boat in Makarska
The marina is right next to Slatina Beach. It has 200 berths, 50 of which are reserved for visitors and 150 for local boats. Marina Tučepi can accommodate boats up to 20 metres in length.
The marina, southeast of Makarska, is open all year round. It can accommodate 220 boats up to 20 metres in length. The maximum depth of the seabed is 3 metres. There are drinking water, electricity and a crane. Information about sailing in Podgora, or rent a boat in Podgora
We are leaving from Split, and this is where we will return after visiting the beautiful sights in Dalmatia.
Day 1. Split (ACI Marina) – Podstrana (Marina Lav)
9, 39 km (5, 84 mi)
One of the most famous sites of the town is the new parish church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. For hiking, definitely look for a trail on the Perun Hill. Or you are rather keen on culinary experience? Then book a table at Jure or Arkada restaurants. Read more about what to do in Podstrana or Podstrana sailing. Check our boats: rent a boat in Podstrana.
Day 2. Podstrana (Marina Lav) – Omiš
15, 02 km (9, 33 mi)
A part of Omiš whose lies in the canyon of the Cetina river, one of the most fabulous Croatian towns. It is proud of its pleasant old town and sandy beaches offering numerous opportunities for excursions. Furthermore, it has a rich culture, i.e. the famous Festival of Dalmatian Choirs is held here annually. Another popular event is the Omiš Summer Festival with exciting concerts. In addition, the town’s best restaurant called Bastion can be found by the main road. Its specialities are the fish dishes, seafood although delicious pizza and meat dishes are also served. Read about what to do in Omis, Omis sailing, or rent a boat in Omis
Day 3. Omiš – Baška Voda
23, 57 km (14, 64 mi)
Our next destination is Baška Voda. The town’s most famous beach is Nikolina, which has a Blue Flag certification. The main attractions are the Church of St. Nicholas and the Church of St. Lawrence. For a culinary experience, choose the Konoba Panorama restaurant at the foot of Mount Biokovo, or the King restaurant downtown. Read more about what to do in Baška Voda or Baška Voda sailing. Check our boats: yacht charter in Baška Voda..
Day 4. Baška Voda – Povlja (Brač-island)
10, 63 km (6, 60 mi)
We recommend discovering this tiny village for families who like a peaceful holiday. The most famous attraction of Povlja is the remains of the early Christian basilica next to the Church of St. John. The beautiful bays in the area are perfect for swimming.
Day 5. Povlja (Brač-island) – Pučišća (Brač-island)
11, 06 km (6, 87 mi)
Pučišća has great quarries – this is where the famous white limestone of Brač Island originates An important sight here is the St Jerome Church, built between 1566 and 1750. Interestingly, many of the houses have a stone roof, and you can also explore beautifully carved lampposts here.
Day 6. Pučišća (Brač-island) – Supetar (Brač-island)
17, 50 km (10, 87 mi)
Supetar, the most visited capital city of Brač, lies on the North of the Brač island. Its name derives from the Saint Peter Basilica situated on a hill. As a matter of fact, he is the town’s patron saint. Regarding its beaches, Vela Luka is the most beloved by families with small children thanks to its crystal-clear water. During your stay in Supetar, the 18th-century old Our Lady of the Annunciation Church and the 6th-century old Roman mosaics are a must. Read more about what to do in Supetar, Supetar sailing, or boat hire in Supetar.
Day 7. Supetar (Brač-island) – Sutivan (Brač-island) – Split (ACI Marina)
20, 6 km (12, 79 mi)
The coastal resort is located opposite Split, in the northwestern corner of Brač Island. If you are looking for outdoor activity, you can choose from several cycling and hiking routes in Sutivan National Park. One of the must-see sights in town is the Renaissance Church of the Holy Salvation from the 16th century. We can admire Marijanović House at the eastern end of the port; it was built in the 17th century.
what to do in Split .
After handing over your yacht you can take a stroll in Split. The 178-metre Marjan hill can be found on North-West; as a matter of fact, there is a magnificent panorama from its lookout tower. Furthermore, one of the most significant sights of Dalmatia is the Roman UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Diocletian’s Palace made from white marble. There are also several beautiful buildings on the main square of Split. Regarding entertainment, you can find plenty of discos and clubs, from which the most famous one is the O’Hara.
Day 1. Split (ACI Marina) – Kaštel Gomilica 9, 73 km (6, 04 mi), Day 2. Kaštel Gomilica – Trogir (ACI Marina) 15.47 km (9.62 mi), Day 3. Trogir (ACI Marina) – Primosten 38, 16 (23, 71 mi), Day 4. Primosten -Vis (Vis-island) 65, 08 (40, 44 mi), Day 5. Vis (Vis-island) – Stari Grad (Hvar-island) 40, 14 km (24, 94 mi), Day 6. Stari Grad (Hvar-island) – Sumartin (Brač-island) 37, 74 km (23, 45 mi), Day 7. Sumartin (Brač-island) – Supetar (Brač-island) – Split (ACI Marina) 52, 90 km (32, 87 mi).
Day 1.Split – Kastel Gomilica 13, 25 km (8, 23 mi), Day 2. Kastel Gomilica – Trogir 15.47 km (9.62 mi), Day 3. Trogir – Rogoznica 31.26 km (19.43 mi), Day 4. Rogoznica – Primosten 10.38 km (6.45 mi), Day 5. Primosten – Sibenik 20.95 km (13.02 mi), Day 6. Sibenik – Skadrin (Krk) 16.83 km (10.46 mi), Day 7. Krk – Tribunj 28.70 km (17.83 mi), Day 8. Tribunj – Murter 17.80 km (11.06 mi), Day 9. Murter – Kaprije 23.26 km (14.46 mi), Day 10. Kaprije – Rogac 63.20 km (39.27 mi), Day 11. Rogac – Vis 47.02 km (29.22 mi), Day 12. Vis – Stari Grad 39.63 km (24.62 mi), Day 13. Stari Grad – Sumartin (Brac Island) 37.74 km (23.45 mi), Day 14. Sumartin – Omis – Split 51, 86 km (32, 23 mi).
Day 1. Split (ACI Marina Split) – Solta 15, 77 km (9, 80 mi), Day 2. Solta – Hvar Town (Hvar island) 34, 63 km (21, 52 mi), Day 3. Hvar – Vela Luka (Korcula) 33, 75 km (20, 97 mi), Day 4. Vela Luka (Korcula) – Korčula (Korcula) 51, 17 km (31, 79 mi), Day 5. Korčula – Orebic – Zuljana 28, 19 km (17, 52 mi), Day 6. Zuljana – Sobra (Mljet) 24, 85 km (15, 44 mi), Day 7. Mljet – Lopud – Dubrovnik (ACI Marina Dubrovnik) 45, 27 km (28, 13 mi).
Read more about sail from Split to Dubrovnik
Day 1. Split – Supetar (Brac) 16, 12 km (10, 02 mi), Day 2. Supetar – Stari Grad 40, 46 km (25, 14 mi), Day 3. Stari Grad – Vrboska – Jelsa 31, 42 km (19, 53 mi), Day 4. Jelsa – Sucuraj 42, 66 km (26, 51 mi), Day 5. Sucuraj – Zavala 40, 45 km (25, 14 mi), Day 6. Zavala – Vis 42, 32 km (26, 30 mi), Day 7. Vis – St. Klement-island- Hvar 27, 15 km (16, 87 mi).
- SPLIT: Depth: 3, 5 – 4 m, Working time: 6-24, GPS Coordinates: 43.502079, 16.427268
- TROGIR: Depth: 3 m, Working time: 8-19, GPS Coordinates: 43.513687, 16.248574
- MARINA KASTELA: , VHF: 17, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.546155, 16.405204
- PRIMOSTEN: Depth: 3 – 4, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.587926, 15.92353
- SOLTA: Depth: 4, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.395533, 16.303849
- VIS: Depth: 2, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.057443, 16.190497
- HVAR: Depth: 1, 8 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.170339, 16.444642
- MILNA, HVAR: Depth: 3 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.327293, 16.448249
- VRBOSKA, HVAR: Depth: 2 m, Working time: 8-15, GPS Coordinates: 43.180978, 16.673233
- MAKARSKA: Depth: 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.293683, 17.019819
- PLOCE: Depth: 10-12 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 43.057252, 17.428057
- VELA LUKA: Depth: 3-4 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.959407, 16.714213
- ACI Marina KORCULA: Depth: 3, 5m, GPS Coordinates: 42.956744, 17.138561
- LASTOVO: Depth: 2, 5-4, 5 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.745218, 16.824718
- SOBRA, MLJET: Depth: 5m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.740951, 17.598208
- DUBROVNIK, ACI Marina: Depth: 4m, Working time: 8-20, GPS Coordinates: 42.670687, 18.127007
- DUBROVNIK, Orsan: Depth: 3, 7-4, 9 m, Working time: 6-22, GPS Coordinates: 42.660463, 18.079714
If you would like to go sailing, Split is among the best destinations in Middle Dalmatia thanks to the pleasant weather. Don’t miss out on the other beautiful holiday resorts in the area either, which offer unforgettable sights to see as well. Find more Dalmatia sailing destinations or choose another yacht charter in Dalmatia.HELP ME TO CHOOSE THE PERFECT BOAT