Enjoy a full-day boat tour from an island of Vir (only 15 minutes away from Zadar) to a stunning island of Dugi Otok, the longest island in Croatia with the fastest boat in the area. Stop in at Tito’s tunnel, 35 meters long ex. Yugoslavian submarines shelter near Božava (oldest tourist place in Croatia) for a brief swim, take a moment to enjoy a snorkel around a shipwreck and spend a glorious afternoon on the stunning sandy beaches of Sakarun.
09:00 – Early morning departure
12:00 – Late morning departure (as needed)
Embark on an exclusive full-day boat tour through the beautiful Croatian waters to the stunning island of Dugi Otok and Sakarun beach, one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in this part of Europe.
Depart from the center of Vir (Put Mula 16) at 09:00 sharp and sail with us through crystal clear Croatian waters only one hour away to our first stop, the peaceful place of Božava and Tito tunnels, where you will enjoy a brief dip in the ocean and some morning coffee mixed with homemade donuts.
Why we decide to show you tunnels, you might ask yourself? Well just imagine a 30 meters submarine hiding in last second and camouflaging itself against enemies for a well-deserved break. Exciting? I bet so… Yes, we will try to simulate that exact submarine and come inside into tunnel with our boat where you will have a free time to explore not only old, rusty weapons repositories but also you will have a chance to try out pure spring water discovered flowing below the island. a magical water source.
From Tito tunnel, we will have organized 10-minute transfer with our luxury shuttle bus to Sakarun beach, until recently included in association “The Most Beautiful Bays of the World“.
You will have four hours of free time during which you can swim, snorkel, sunbathe, or maybe just eat up your freshly prepared launch package.
Arrival in Vir is scheduled for approximately 16:00.
We are not pirates… Yarrrrr
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Sakarun is one of the most famous beaches in Zadar County, located on the northwest coast of the island. Near the beach are the places Veli Rat, Veruni, Soline and Božava. The beach gained its reputation with the whiteness of the sand and clean sea, surrounded by pine trees that provide a welcome shade in the summer. It is about 800 meters long and at some 250 meters from the shore it is 3.5 meters deep, which means that the bathing area is extremely large and shallow and suitable even for young children.
Fabulous day out. The breakfast sandwich was fresh – very fresh – you could tell that they had been made that morning. The trip took us to beautiful Sakarun beach, where we stopped for lunch. We did not expect too much, however the lunch was great – a salad starter, grilled pork cutlet, grilled fish with potato, and water/orange squash/red or white wine. The scenery was great – and we really enjoyed ourselves.
We had an amazing experience with this tour. The most exciting part was a tunnel where captain was agree to have a barbecue outisde of boat, but inside of a tunnel, it was soo cool. Imagine +35° outside on a hot summer day and a chilling 25° inside.
An unforgetable experience for sure.
I only admire we didnt stay longer 🙁
We were on this trip last summer it was amazing. The beach is crystal clear in July, the fish picnic we had inside of Tito’s tunnel was great and tasty.
We are planning to go this summer as well.
Lovely staff, great food and delicious wine. Put that together with the scenery of the islands, I absolutely recommend this trip. It’s far more than just value for money. To those who complained about food… I can’t see why. Sandwich for breakfast was lovely and if there is some left you can ask for another. For lunch you get offered to take more too. Free squash, red and white local wine and local rakija (schnapps). Free lovely coffee or juice/water! Even if it rained, we wouldn’t have cared. 🙂