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Best of dalmatia

Split – Trogir – Hvar – NP Mljet – Dubrovnik – Korčula – Bol – Split

One of the highlights of Dalmatia. The inevitable Pearl of the Adriatic, coronation of any visit to Dalmatia- Dubrovnik with its majestic heritage; the quiet and beautiful island of Mljet with its diverse vegetation within the National Park; Marco Polo’s (world famous globetrotter) birth place Korcula and grandiose and sunniest Croatian island of Hvar. During the following 7 days you will see a large part of the Croatian coast, with an abundance of good food, wine and magnificently warm and clean Adriatic Sea. Your experienced and friendly crew will do everything to ensure this cruise bean unforgettable experience for you.


Saturday: Trogir – Hvar

Departure from the city harbor at 01:00pm. Lunch on board and a break to swim before arrival to the port of Hvar. The purple lavender fields are the true emblem of this island-take a package and keep it in your wardrobe at home. A small pillow with dried lavender flowers in bed guarantees a peaceful night sleep, which an evening cup of lavender tea can significantly contribute to. Discover on your own a part of this tour – numerous restaurants,excellent food-above all sea food specialties, as well as Plavac mali wine-offer. The theater in Hvar, which is the oldest theater in Europe at the same time, will charm you. Likewise, Hvar was under Venice, the arsenal, the city loggia,its cathedral and the Franciscan monastery… to name just a few of the monuments that will seduce you with their beauty, and will put you back in time. Indulge afterwards vibrant nightlife of Hvar…Overnight.

Sailing time: 4 h

Sunday: Hvar – National Park Mljet/Pomena

Breakfast on board. Sailing along the islands of Hvar and Korcula. A shorter swimming break before lunch. Arrival to the small village of Pomena on the island of Mljet in the afternoon. The village is located within the National Park and is an ideal starting point for your tour.Enjoy the rest of the day in the dense pine forests and warm fresh water lakes in the national park. Overnight.

Sailing time: 5,5 h

Monday: National park Mljet/Pomena – Dubrovnik

Breakfast and sailing to Dubrovnik. Swim break and lunch on the ship. Arrival to the port around 01:00pm. The whole afternoon is at your disposal to discover the many beauties that Dubrovnik provides. Explore the narrow streets, enjoy live music and an array of culinary delicacies in the local taverns and restaurants on Stradun-the main square and street of this city. Take a walk along the city walls, where breath taking panoramic views of the entire city can be enjoyed. Have a cocktail in one of the bars or dance in a magical mood of the many terraces. Overnight.

Sailing time: 5 h

Tuesday: Dubrovnik – Korčula

Sailing along the Peljesac peninsula enjoying the view of the beautiful vineyards. Swimming after lunch and arriving to the port of Korčula at 04.00pm. The birth place of the famous explorer Marco Polo teems with remnants of the rich past. Explore the streets and an interesting architectural style of the picturesque old town. Also known as”Little Dubrovnik”, this city will inspire you as you take a walk along side the city walls with numerous restaurants or have a cocktail in one of the towers of Korčula. If you have the opportunity, visit the Moreška Sword Dance, a romantic military dance. Overnight.

Sailing time: 6 h

Wednesday: Korčula – Bol

Sailing away in the morning hours with breakfast on the ship. Stop for a swim and lunch. Reaching Bol in the afternoon. One of the oldest towns on the island of Brač, not far away from beautiful, widely known and unique beach Zlatni rat. This natural phenomenon changes its form depending on sea currents and wind. Take the opportunity to swim and enjoy water sports, where there is an abundance of it at this beach. Overnight.

Sailing time: 4,5 h

Thursday: Bol – Split

After breakfast departure to Split. Swimming in one of the bays of the mysterious island of Brac. After lunch arrival to Split. This beautiful city has an enormous historical and cultural importance and is under UNESCO protection. Explore the Diocletian’s Palace. Take a walk along the busy streets and buy an original souvenir. The rich night life offers something for each of you –starting with enjoy in good wine and cheese up to the sweet cocktails and dancing in night clubs. Numerous museums will take you into a lance time ago, and for those who want to have some further sightseeing, there are the routes which are worth participating at. Overnight.

Sailing time: 3 h

Friday: Split – Trogir

Breakfast and departure from the port of Split. Swimming near the island of Čiovo and lunch on the cruise. Day to enjoy and spend in the sun and sea. In the afternoon hours arrival to Trogir. Visit the stunning architecture of this old historical town, which is often referred to as a “museum city” or “little Venice”. Overnight.

Sailing time: 2 h

Saturday: Split

After breakfast it’s time to say goodbye to your crew and new friends. Check-out until 09.00 am.