These three islands belong to the Vis archipelago and form the area called “Adriatic Volcanic Triangle”. Brusnik and Jabuka are the only two islands that are completely of volcanic origin and thus known as Croatian wonders. Jabuka, which means apple in Croatian, is uninhabited island with access from the southwest side and 97 meters tall cliffs. Boats can rarely been seen around the island because it lies from all sea routes, so only those who made it their destination visit the island. The same goes for Brusnik. But, there is something wonderful and scary about these two islands. Strong wind that grinds their shores, magnetite that causes compass needles to go crazy, that feeling you’re far away from everything you know, and harsh conditions that test your mind and body. So, if you’re up for it, if others call you the biggest outdoor enthusiast they’ve ever met, you should come and visit Jabuka and Brusnik. Remember, do it only with our experienced crew because it could be very dangerous for unskilled skippers.
|Departure/return location||Trogir: In front of the Kamerlengo Fortress|
Split: Matejuska port - right under the Croatian flag
|Departure/time||08.00h from Trogir / 08.30h from Split|
|Included||Safety equipment private boat professional skipper lunch insurance|
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