DAY 2 (Sunday)

ROVINJ – BRIONI National Park - SOLINE (11 NM + 7 NM)

The Brioni or Brijuni archipelago lies 2 nautical miles from Fažana on the west coast of Istria.

The Brijuni Islands are a national park and one of the top 5 tourist destinations on the Adriatic. With its rich history, the Brijuni Islands have always been an exclusive destination for discerning and sophisticated guests. In Yugoslavia and later in the independent state of Croatia, they were the residence of the country's political leaders. Tito hosted many prominent personalities from the world of politics and entertainment in Brijuni. Today, Brijuni is open to all, with special attractions including a museum, a zoo with animals from all over the world, a botanical park, dinosaur footprints and a golf course. Boating in the waters of the Brijuni National Park is only allowed to enter and moor in the Marina on the island of Great Brijuni or to moor in the bay of St Nicholas on the island of Little Brijuni.

After visiting the island, you can either stay at the mooring or continue sailing past the town of Pula and anchor in the safe havens in the bay of the Soline cove in front of the entrance to ACI Marina Veruda or in the safe anchorage in the Medulin bay.