Boris Kačan

The route of the 1,000 islands

With 1,244 islands, islets and crags to be

exact, and every one of them surrounded by

crystal clear waters, it’s time to come aboard!

Island hopping is undoubtedly the best way to 

discover the Croatian coast from a truly

dazzling perspective.

The Kornati archipelago

encompasses 89 of these remarkable islands. This national park is a veritable maritime labyrinth for sailing fans,

and quite simply the perfect setting for you to get back in touch with unspoilt



If you're all about

water sports

or would love to give them a try, Brač is the island for you. Here, you can enjoy

windsurfing on the unmistakable Zlatni Rat beach, as well as scuba diving, water skiing, kayaking and jet skiing,

all in the island’s waters!


After all that adrenaline, it's time for a crucial element to any vacation: rest and relaxation. And there is no

better place for that than Lošinj:  the island of Vitality. With a health tourism tradition dating back

125 years, here the air is so pure that every breath will fill you with energy!


Božidar Prezelj

All that relaxation can give you an appetite,

and a great place for a local meal is the island of Vis. Here, you will be able to taste authentic Dalmatian Buzara-style seafood dishes featuring fresh fish, lobster and shellfish at konoba (local taverns), and also sample extraordinary organic liqueurs and wines such as Vugava and Plančić from the island of Hvar. Bon appetite and cheers!

If you made your way to Vis, don’t miss the opportunity to discover neighbouring Biševo and the Blue Cave, only 5 kilometres away. This famous cave has been named after the magical and mesmerising blue light that appears at certain times of the day.

Aleksandar Gospić
Igor Zirojević

This fabulous Route of 1,000 Islands concludes with a visit to the minute Porer at sunset! Can you imagine a more special place to spend a night than this stunning centuries-old lighthouse perched atop a round, 80 metre-wide crag? It’s bound to be unforgettable!