On the southeast side of the island of Ugljan, the small fishing village of Kukljica will welcome you with open arms. The island of Ugljan itself, with its numerous sandy beaches, coves and small villages, is known to be a very attractive place to visit.
Vrgada is also an island on your route, relatively small but quite unique, and one of the main attractions of this place is that no cars are allowed on the island.
Beautiful Kaprije is one of the Croatian islands with the unusual, highly indented shape and is full of bays and beaches that make this island an excellent stopover on your route.
With its rich history dating back to the Stone Age, Zlarin is certainly an interesting sailing destination. It is also known for its boat regattas and as a coral island with one of the most breathtaking sunsets you will ever see.
The town of Šibenik is known as the gateway to the Kornati National Park and a place full of history and unique monuments. It also has an exquisite sailing area, a channel that you simply must sail through to comprehend its beauty.
The versatile town of Skradin is one of the most romantic destinations on your route, a charming Dalmatian small town with cobbled streets.
On the way to Žirje, the most remote inhabited island of the Šibenik archipelago, you will be able to forget all your worries. This is the place where you will surely relax and enjoy sailing with the wind and the sun in your hair.
Picturesque Sali on Dugi otok will provide vivid memories on your route, as its harbour offers a very inviting sight.
Muline on Ugljan will be your oasis of peace and quiet, as the bay of this small island town is made for a unique stop on any sailing route.