8 days, 7 nights
- • Visit the "blue cave" of the island of Bievo
- • Exploring Vrboska, Croatia's "Little Venice"
- • Discover the region's exotic seabeds
|Boat Model:||Lagoon 42|
|Number of Cabins:||3|
Air-conditioned living room
Your stay begins with a warm welcome on your first day in Croatia. After a briefing by the skipper, we suggest you take the road to the bay of Milna, on the island of Brač. Known as the "sailors' bay", it is one of the wonders of the island. The port offers all the necessary comforts and ideal shelter from the prevailing winds. If you prefer to sleep at anchor, other options are available nearby!
DAY 2: Island of Brač - Island of Hvar
At the beginning of the day, leave Milna and its emblematic houses built in the rock, in the direction of the town of Bol. Take a break at Golden Horn, a wind-swept beach ideal for kitesurfing, water skiing and diving! After a day on the water, explore the heart of the town of Vrboska on the island of Hvar. The town is nicknamed the "Little Venice" because of its baroque style houses. A perfect evening after an adrenaline rush!
DAY 3: Island of Hvar - Island of Sveti Klement
In the early morning, explore the island of Hvar and the famous city of the same name, famous for its architecture. Along the west coast, called Pelegrin, be amazed by the beauty of the bay of Pribinja, famous for its Italian-style stone houses and turquoise waters. You will discover the historical richness of the island, between fortresses and ancient theatres. The Mediterranean gastronomy will satisfy the gourmets. The place, appreciated for its nightlife, will be a favourite with epicureans! You will spend the night at anchor near Palmižana, located in the northeast of the island of Sveti Klement.
DAY 4 : Island of Vis
After a starry night on board, set sail towards the south of the island of Vis, near the islets Budikovac and Ravnik. Stop in the bay of Stončica, where a beautiful sandy beach and a lovely restaurant await you. Lagoons, sea caves and cliffs overlooking the sea are the watchwords to describe the surroundings: explore and be surprised! We suggest you spend the night in Komiža, a town appreciated for its authenticity, architecture and gastronomy. Don't leave without tasting the Forska, the island's fragrant pie!
DAY 5: Island of Biševo
In the morning, take the road to the island of Biševo and its famous "Blue Cave", one of the most famous sites in the Adriatic Sea, for its unique colours due to the entry of light created by a rocky cavity. We advise you to arrive at the site as early as possible, some days the crowds are heavy in the afternoon. The town of Vis and its surroundings, in the north of the island, offer a multitude of land-based activities: climbing, historical visits (Roman ruins and vestiges of the Second World War), discovery of local products. There will be something for everyone!
DAY 6: Island of Biševo - Island of Šolta
It's time to head back to Split! Take a longer sailing trip to visit the island of Šolta. Picturesque with its small fishing villages and intimate bays, it is a must-see destination in the region. Depending on your desires, several options are available to spend the night: Nečujam bay, marina Rogač and other wonders to be discovered!
DAY 7: Drvenik Island
For your last day of travel, rest and relaxation are all that are on the agenda! Drop anchor in front of Blue Lagoon, on the island of Drvenik. For the most motivated, a stop at the island of Čiovo is possible on the way back to Split!
DAY 8: Split!
Enjoy a good breakfast before disembarking at the Split Marina.
Note: In the case of a privatized cruise, the itinerary is given as an indication. Do not hesitate to discuss with your skipper about your wishes to personalize it.
• English-speaking crew services (skipper and hostess)
• Bedlinen and towels
• Beach towels
• Coffee machine with 50 capsules
• Wifi connection (depending on navigation zones)
• Cockpit cushions
• Snorkeling equipment
• Paddle (x2)
• Doughnut buoy
• Speedboat (20 HP)
• Tourist taxes
• Round trip transfers between the airport and the marina (optional)
• Protective net
• Kayak 1 place : 150 € /week
• Kayak 2 places : 300 € /week
• APA covers the cost for 2 meals per day.
Please note : National identity cards issued to adults between 1 January 2004 and 31 December 2013 will still be valid 5 years after the expiry date (indicated on the back). Nevertheless, we strongly recommend that you use a passport rather than an identity card whose expiry date has passed.
This information is subject to change by the authorities of the country visited. It is not uncommon for border crossing rules to change. We therefore strongly advise you to refer to the "travel advice" section of the France Diplomatie website: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/.
Nationals of other countries should enquire about formalities at the consulate of their home country.
U.S. citizens do not require a visa for stays of less than 90 days in Croatia. They do require a valid U.S. passport - a least six-month's validity from date of departure is advised.
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