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Otok Solta

Otok Solta

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Description

Otok Solta is an island in the Adriatic of Croatia and a municipality located in Dalmatia, in the County of Split-Dalmatia. It is the smallest of the inhabited islands of Croatia (16 km long and 3.5 km wide). Seven islands in front of Maslinica attached to it.
The island is located on the Dalmatian coast opposite the city of Split and is part of an archipelago which includes the eastern islands of Brac and Hvar and West Drvenik.
Part E of the island is rocky and W is covered with brush. The main town, Grohote is inland. The nearest port is in Grohote Rogac.
Its name comes from the Greek original Olynthus (unripe figs), but it is sometimes closer to the Latin Solenta which means the "Island of the Sun." The age of the population is proven, and the island has hosted fishing of the Roman Emperor Diocletian in Split then installed.
6/07/2011
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Jojo
Otok Solta est une île de l'Adriatique et une municipalité de Croatie située en Dalmatie, dans le Comitat de Split-Dalmatie. C'est la plus petite des îles habitées de Croatie (16 km de long sur 3,5 km de large). Sept îlots en face de Maslinica lui sont rattachés.

L'île est située sur la côte dalmate en face de la ville de Split et fait partie d'un archipel qui comprend notamment à l'Est les îles de Brac et de Hvar et à l'Ouest Drvenik. 

La partie E de l'île est rocheuse et l'W est couvert de broussailles. Le villa principal, Grohote, est dans les terres. Le port le plus proche de Grohote est Rogac.

Son nom original vient du grec olyntha (figue non mûre), mais il est aussi parfois rapproché du latin Solenta qui signifie l'« Île du Soleil ». L'ancienneté de son peuplement est attestée et l'île a accueilli des pêcheries de l'empereur romain Dioclétien alors installé à Split.

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Otok Ciovo

Ciovo is an island in the center of the Dalmatian archipelago. This is an area of 28.8 acres (15.3 km length, width of 3.5 km). It culminates at 218 m (Mount Rudin).
O. Ciovo forms the SW side of the entrance and inner part of Kastelanski Zaliv.
At East side, Ciovo is 2km from ...
7 Aug 11

Otoci Pakleni

Plakeni islands, or Cursed Islands, are located at the W and S of Hvar town.

The islands are rocky, covered with bushes and trees. They are usually deserted, except in summer.
They offer many choices of moorings sheltered and there is a marina Palmizana.The islands'name ...
26 May 11

Pakleni Kanal

Pakleni Kanal lies between Pakleni Otoci and Otok Hvar.
It is a deep and wide channel, with access at both ends, which leads to Luka Hvar.
This channel is frequented by small vessels with local knowledge and affords good shelter from the bora, although heavy squalls may be encountered.
The ...
30 May 11

Otok Drvenik Veli

Island accessible only by sea. It is long about 3 m long by 2 m wide. It is 2 M NW of otok Solta.Its area is 12.07 km ² and its highest point is 178 m.It is separated from the mainland by Drvenicki Kanal.
The coast of this beautiful island has remained intact and is made of many ...
18 Aug 11

Starogradski Zaljev Hvar

Starogradski is a large deep bay, open to the NW, which houses the city and the port of Stari Grad on its SE end.
There are several bays, including its N side, where it is possible to anchor. On the other side there is an anchor in front Gradisce.
31 May 11

Otok Svetac (Andrija)

Otok Svetac (Andrija), 305m high, lies 13 miles ESE of Otocic Jabuka and is generally steep-to. The coast of the island is rocky and reddish in color on the NW side. Its SW end is fronted by a few rocks. Hrid Kamik, a dark and jagged above-water rock, lies 0.7 mile W of the SW extremity ...
25 May 11

Otok Sveti Klement Pakleni

The island Sveti Klement is the largest of the "Pakleni Otoci".
Its area is 5.27 square kilometers and it has 29.891 km of rocky coasts.
A portion of the island, whose highest peak, Glavica, is 94 m high, is covered with scrub and pine woods.
The island is surrounded by ...
27 May 11

Trogirski Zaliv

Different lighthouses marking the access to Trogir.
19 Aug 11

Uvala Tatinja (Solta)

Nice big bay open to the S, large rocks on the bottom make the anchor difficult.
Anchoring in 8/12 m.
16 Aug 11

Uvala Necujam (Solta)

Inlet housing several deep bays. Good protection. Water at showers beach.
16 Aug 11

Luka Rogac (Solta)

Small port N of Solta.
The dock at the port N is reserved for the ferry (depth: 1,5m).
We can dock or anchor in the bay.
Port exposed to the winds at the N NE.Dioclétien then installed in Split.
16 Aug 11

Uvala Donja Krusica (Solta)

The small port of Donja Krusica is located N of Solta.
It provides shelter for small boats can moor inside the dike.
6 Jul 11
Local Area

Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)

Split Dalmatia county covers theS  part of Dalmatia. The main town is Split, Croatia's second largest city by population and it is the largest city in Dalmatia.
Split is situated on a peninsula between the part E of the Gulf of Kastela and the Split Channel.
The city is ...
4 Aug 11

Dalmacija (Dalmatie)

Dalmatia (Croatian Dalmacija, Italian Dalmazzia) is a coastal region of Croatia along the Adriatic, stretching from the island of Pag in the northwest, the Bay of Kotor (Montenegro) to the south East.
It extends 350 km along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea about 60 km wide, ...
28 Mar 11

Croatia

Winds:Do not underestimate the winds, especially bura (bora) in the Gulf of Kvarner and the Velebit channel. Other winds are more "lenient" but their strength varies in intensity from north to south along the coast. For example, the "Mistral" (Mistral) which is especially nice ...
19 Aug 11

Adriatic East

Winds—WeatherBora is the name of the cold and dry NE or N wind which blows with great strength and affects the Adriatic Sea in the cool season. It is much less frequent and generally much weaker in summer. This wind is felt strongly along both sides of the Adriatic and is especially ...
30 Jul 11

Adriatic Sea

The Adriatic Sea is a body of water separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan peninsula, and is a part of the Mediterranean Sea. The western coast is Italian, while the eastern coast runs mostly along Croatia, but lesser parts belong to Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, ...
16 Jul 12

Méditerranée - Mediterranean

La Méditerranée est reliée à l'océan Atlantique par le détroit de Gibraltar à l'ouest, à la mer de Marmara et à la mer Noire par les Dardanelles et le Bosphore à l'est. Le canal de Suez au sud-est relie la Méditerranée à la mer Rouge.
Îles méditerranéennesLes principales ...
13 Mar 15
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