Split, Kastela, Trogir
Šolta Island is a small island, closest to Split, with several charming places to visit. It is famous for olive trees and tradition of making olive oil. Island of Šolta is the best island for those who want to enjoy the untouched nature.
First stop on the Šolta will be Necujam bay –largest bay on the island that used to be very popular among the Roman nobility. Nowadays, it is the most popular thanks to ship wreck which attract a lot of tourists.This is one cool experience where you can snorkel around a boat and even walk on it.
After enjoying the sun and the sea, we take you to Stomorska. Stomorska is the island's oldest coastal settlement that had been the home of skilled seamen who owned sailing boats and used them to transport wheat, lime and other products at the time when Šolta had to pay levies to Split. Nowadays, sailing boats are used for cruise holidays in the Adriatic. Use your time for lunch or coffe, walking and sightseeing.