2019-09-14 Soline Bay, St Klement Island to Stiniva, Hvar Island, Croatia

There have been many more moorings added to the bay since our last visit to Soline Bay in 2011. These new moorings are owned by the local restaurants which do not charge for their use if you dine with them. Otherwise there is a charge for overnight usage! As we have done in the past, we dropped our anchor in the bay, as to our knowledge Kanoba Dionis has no moorings!!
From Soline Bay one can see the Island of Vis to the southwest
After lunch we decide to make a move and have a change of scenery
Looking back to Vis Island as we head to the northern coast of Hvar
We catch a glimpse of Hvar as we continue north
In the distance to the north is the mountainous island of Brac
Along the northern coast of the island of Hvar the coast looks very green and fertile
There are numerous beautiful bays along this part of the coast which have lovely beaches such as Beach Vira
Looking north to the island of Brac and one of the many ferries that take passengers to and from the ancient Hvar town of Stari Grad
Continuing on we arrive at Stiniva Bay which looks very sheltered and inviting
We decide to enter this beautiful and peaceful anchorage
What a stunning place to drop our anchor
A photographer’s paradise!!
Once again it is time for a swim!!
We decided to stay overnight in this exquisite bay
Dinner with the best view you could imagine!!

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