Breathtaking bays and secluded beaches — 7 days around Kvarner

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Located between the Istrian peninsula and the Dalmatia region, Kvarner Gulf puts together a great variety of fascinating features of the Croatian coast, from grizzled coastal hills and mountains, idyllic beaches overlooking rich blue waters to lively fishing villages and a great variety of subtropical plants. The wide range of pebbly and rocky coves, as well as some of the most beautiful beaches in the Adriatic Sea, can put Kvarner Gulf on the list of most desired destinations for sea lovers. 

Sailing itinerary for Kvarner

Day 1: Krk – Sailing route Krk-Cres: +/- 36,1nm

 Day 2: Cres – Sailing route Cres-Losinj/Unije/Susak: +/- 24,3nm

 Day 3: Losinj/Unije/Susak – Sailing route Losinj/Unije/Susak-Ilovik/Silba/Olib: +/- 22,3nm

 Day 4: Ilovik/Silba/Olib – Sailing route Ilovik/Olib/Silba-Pag: +/- 20nm

 Day 5: Pag – Sailing route Pag-Rab/Grgur/Goli Otok: +/- 14,5nm

 Day 6: Rab/Grgur/Goli Otok – Sailing route Rab/Grgur/Goli Otok-Krk: +/- 21nm

Total distance: +/- 138,2 nautical miles

You can check the itinerary map  here.

Day One: Krk

Most desired bays

What not to miss: 

Berthing:  

Day Two: Cres

Most desired bays

Nature 

What not to miss

Berthing 

Marina ACI Cres 
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  Day Three: Losinj

Most desired bays

What not to miss 

Berthing 

Evening mooring in Marina Mali Lošinj
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Day Four: Silba

Most desired bays

What not to miss

Berthing

Day Five: Pag

Most beautiful beaches

Zrce Beach is the most popular party destination on the Adriatic coast.
Source: iStock

What not to miss 

What to do 

Anchoring

ACI Marina Šimuni 
Source: aci-marinas

  Day Six: Rab

Most desired bays

What not to miss

Anchoring

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