Spend a week aboard a top-of-the-line yacht to discover the Dalmatian islands with a caring crew and a passionate guide. Soon Croatia will have no more secrets for you...
Day 1 : Split
Transfer from Split airport to the Split harbor where the vessel will be docked. Check-in will be from 2pm onwards. After settling in, enjoy a guided tour of the city (not possible for late arrivals). The city of Split is a UNESCO World Heritage site. In Split there is an abundance of Roman architecture - most famous is the magnificent Diocletion Palace, once inhabited by the Roman emperor. Enjoy a meet and greet party on board on your first night. You can take this time to get to know your crew and fellow passengers over a welcome cocktail. Spend the night in Split.
Day 2 : Split - Korčula
Early in the morning, your yacht will depart towards the island of Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo. Have lunch in a secluded bay before arriving. In the early afternoon, you will follow a guided tour of the city. Stroll along the herringbone streets and discover the legends of this enchanting town. Korcula has an abundance of restaurant choices where your gourmet streak can continue. Spend the night in Korcula.
Day 3 : Mljet - Dubrovnik
This morning your captain will continue navigation to the south toward the island of Mljet. Take a boat trip in the famous salt lakes of Mljet National Park to St Mary's Island. On site, you will visit an ancient Benedictine monastery, an ancient abbey and a church that dates from the 12th century. Come back to the ship for lunch and then depart for Dubrovnik. Before docking at the port of Gruž, the captain will take you on a night cruise along the walls of the old town while a buffet dinner is served on the deck. Enjoy the spectacular views of this beautiful old town. Spend the night in Dubrovnik.
Jour 4 : Dubrovnik
After breakfast, you will transfer to the old town for a guided walking tour. Take the cable car from the old town to the Srđ mountain and enjoy panoramic views of the city walls and the Elaphite Islands. Afternoon free to find idyllic places for lunch and dinner. We recommend taking a walk inside the walls of the city, along the street "Stradun" or walking the famous walls of 1,940 m long. Spend the night in Dubrovnik.
Day 5: Dubrovnik - Pelješac Peninsula
Your cruise continues to the Pelješac peninsula, famous for its excellent wine. Before lunch you will make a short stop on one of the Elaphite Islands. Then, you will move to the inland coast to explore the rural areas. In the afternoon you will visit a farm in a local village. In the early evening, you will be invited to a Croatian village feast to taste some local specialties and dishes. Return late evening to the boat. Spend the night on the Pelješac peninsula.
Day 6: Pelješac - Hvar Peninsula
This morning, depart towards Hvar, the longest island of the Adriatic, also known for its lavender fields. Lunch on the small island of Šćedro followed by a stop to swim at the Pakleni Islands. Arrive in Hvar in the afternoon. While visiting the city you will find many historical monuments such as the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower and the oldest community theater in Europe, founded in 1612. Only the bravest will climb up to the fort to enjoy the panoramic view of the boat and the Pakleni Islands. For your free dinner, there is no shortage of restaurants, so do not hesitate to ask the crew for advice. Spend the night in Hvar.
Day 7 : Hvar – Bol/Milna/Pučišća
Your last stop will be in Bol, a picturesque village located on the island of Brač. You will be able to walk along the path that borders the coast or take advantage of its most beautiful beaches to swim. One of the most famous is the pebble beach of Zlatni Rat. At the end of the afternoon, you will taste local wines in one of the oldest cooperatives in Dalmatia. You will then be invited to the captain's farewell dinner. Entertainment on board. Spend the night on board at Bol or near Milna or Pučišća.
Day 8 : Bol/Milna – Split
Return to Split. Disembark before 9h00 and private transfer to Split airport.
Split > Korčula > Mljet > Dubrovnik > La péninsule de Pelješac > Hvar > Bol/Milna – Split
The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions