Krilo Jesenice – Pučišća – Bol – Starigrad – Vis – Vela Luka – Hvar – Jelsa – Omiš – Krilo Jesenice

Krilo Jesenice

Krilo Jesenice is small Croatian tourist destination located between Split and Omis. It’s calm place ideal for spending summer vacation for all those who primarily want to enjoy swimming and sunbathing. There are no major nightclubs in the place, which is great for those who want to get peaceful sleep during the night.


This beautiful place arose from stone in a deep cove on the north of Brač. Nicely built stone houses with paved white roofs give the place its charm. Pučišća has always been known for its culture of stone masonry. The harmony and homogeneousness of the plebeian houses, the Renaissance palaces and Baroque buildings made from the white stone of Brač leave every visitor breathless.


Bol is situated on the southern part of the island Brac, and is the oldest town on the coast of Brac. This little town was founded long ago and became an extraordinary tourist oasis because of the wide gravel and sandy beaches which expands over 10 km and the sources of drinking water. It is not possible to avoid the Zlatni rat, certainly the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic sea.


Stari Grad (Pharos) is the oldest town in Croatia. The same year – 384 b.c. when greek philoshoper Aristotel was born in Trakia, the greeks from the island of Paros in Agean sea have settled the town on the island of Hvar, and named it Pharos.


The town of Vis is located on the north-east side of the island in a naturally protected bay. The town was founded by connecting old settlements Kut and Luka. There are numerous archeological remains in Vis, which tell the story about how the town came to life. You can see numerous ancient arts in Vis, such as the brass head of the goddess Artemis, ceramic vases, male and female heads, a collection of amphora collected from the sea, as well as numerous other.

Vela Luka

Vela Luka is home to many talented musicians and artists, hardworking and many-sided people, as well as the place of tradition. The Cultural Centre is located in the town centre, next to the parish church of St. Joseph, and it consists of a museum, a gallery and a library, and the wealth and diversity of Vela Luka’s history.


It is the largest town on the island of Hvar, and one of the most famous and visited tourist destinations in Croatia. The island is known as the sunniest part of the Croatian coast, which makes it a popular holiday destination not only in the summer, but also in spring and autumn. Do not forget to visit the various monuments such as the fortress Fortica, the cathedral of Hvar, the Hvar theatre (one of the oldest public theaters in Europe), the Franciscan Monastery and many other monuments, a testament to a very tumultuous past of the town of Hvar.


The cultural and historical treasury of Jelsa and the island Hvar consists of numerous monuments situated in: churches, parks, caves in the field, on squares etc.The bays and capes are adequate for swimming. There are nice gravel beaches surrounded by pine forets, which offer you the necessary refreshment and shade during the summer heat.


Welcome to Omiš, small Dalmatian town on the river Cetina, only 25 km away from Split. A unique blend of the Cetina River, the sea and the mountains, pirate history and rich cultural heritage, sand and pebble beaches.