Maslinica on Solta island Croatia
A favorite of many, this is a small settlement by the sea which has more or less remained unchanged for a long time. A tiny fishing port with houses arranged in several rows around the bay, a thick pine tree forest on the south, masterfully restored baroque castle that belonged to Marchi family and transformed into a luxurious resort which is also a home to an elegant restaurant Conte Aleberti. Apart from the castle itself, a few other historic estates have been restored to their original glory.
Pleasures of Maslinica are enjoyed by everyone, from yacht crews anchored in front of the hotel, passengers of a few sightseeing boats who dock to the northern side of the shore, to the guests in the castle and tourists in apartment arrangements.
All in all, Maslinica is a place you will fall in love with instantly and we highly recommend you pay it a visit during your stay in Dalmatia.
Sesula on island of Solta
The bay of Sesula has been created to shelter numerous boats and ships during strong windstorms, so it has become one of the most visited coves in the middle Dalmatian archipelago. By being in-drawn half a mile into the land, it resembles a fjord and gives out the impression of a safe haven to anyone seeking shelter from strong winds. Therefore if you decide to visit the island of Solta in your own arrangement by your vehicle, rest assured this is a good place to drop the anchor down.
Sesula is also a home to two exceptional restaurants, Šišmiš and Šešula, and it is also possible to anchor in front of them. Apart from the restaurants, there is a diving center and a fish farm nearby. Even thou there are several houses there, you will undoubtedly have a very peaceful and undisturbed environment to enjoy swimming.