In the first nine months of last year, approximately 700 million tourists traveled the world, 133 percent more than at the same time in 2021.
Numerous tourists have discovered Croatia as one of the most attractive holiday destinations, and regions by the sea, including Split-Dalmatia County, have experienced a tourist boom. Thus, the City of Split had 117,045 arrivals in 2021, and in July 2022 166 772 arrivals. The front of guests is from the UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Croatian islands were high on the list of guest selections and not only in the height of the season, but also after it. How could they not when some of them without noise, without road, without cars are nostalgic, as if you have travelled back in time
The island of Vis has long positioned itself as a destination that breaks records for tourist nights. How could it not when this special island in the Adriatic hides amazing breath-taking beaches.
The most famous bay, Stiniva, surrounded by rocks and the enchanting blue colour of the sea is very visited, but Vis hides many beauties. This island provides a special intimate atmosphere that completely rests the mind and body.
The sunniest Adriatic Island will not let you down with temperatures even in mid-September. Along with the Maldives, Bali, Hawaii and others, Hvar has taken the fifth place on the list of the most beautiful islands in the world and has been declared such by travellers from all over the world, so it proudly carries the title of one of the top destinations it should visit in September. Clean sea, wild beaches, the smell of lavender and pine forests are just part of the charm of this island.
Šolta as an island with numerous secluded beaches, Diocletian’s pond, and the inspiration of Marko Marulić, is an inevitable destination full of natural beauty and cultural sights worth seeing. This is an island that will enchant you with its ‘deaf bay’, which was named after a special acoustics, and according to archaeological research, it was there that emperor Diocletian had a pond.
Šolta is a nautical oasis, a virgin island that leaves anyone who sets foot on its soil breathless and makes them come back again. If you want to experience the true spirit of the Adriatic coast as it was before concretization, Šolta is the right destination.
There is also the island of Brač, which offers you a combination of secluded beaches, urban and bustling center and a diverse and rich gastronomic offer.
Taxi boat transfer to destinations on the Croatian islands
If you want to experience the magic of summer and ancient times from Split Airport to Dalmatian islands, you can come in two ways. The first one tedious and slow is by taxi, whose journey takes about 45 minutes to split ferry port, and then you are waiting for another hour and a half drive or two hours and all this if you do not have to wait for the boarding of the ferry.
At the speedboat pier, the skipper will wait for the skipper and the fun can begin. You will enjoy the beautiful sight while riding a speedboat to your destination. Our skipper will take you to the nearest place of your hotel. We admit this mode of transport may be slightly more expensive than the first option, but if you know that in this way you get to your destination in 45 minutes and the holiday can begin, and you do not spend all day in a transfer, then it is not much.
At the same time, with fast boats you can make very popular daily tours where you can visit many interesting destinations on the Croatian islands. So, in one day you can see the famous Blue Cave, swim on the beach Stiniva, have a cocktail at Budikovac, and eat a good meal on Hvar.
Isn’t that the best way to enjoy the best of the Dalmatian islands with comfortable chairs with a glass of refreshing drink in your hand? I think you know the answer yourself