7 Day Round Cruise from Split to Dubrovnik and back to Split

Enjoy 8 perfect days and 7 nights on a beautiful motor-sailing gulet yacht cruise from Split to Dubrovnik and back with your own air conditioned deluxe private cabin with private bathroom. Each day you have breakfast and lunch as well as welcome dinner. During the day you can swim in the sea and relax in the sun and every night you will stay in a different harbor and town. This is the perfect way to feel and enjoy Croatia!

Route

Split (Trogir) – Island of Hvar – Makarska- Island of Mljet – Dubrovnik – Island of Korcula – Island of Brač (Pučišća and Bol) – Split (Trogir)

Details

Explore stunning Dalmatian islands and coastline. Spend your mornings admiring the spectacular scenery, enjoying swimming in crystal clear Adriatic sea and your afternoons and evenings exploring old historical towns or having fun till morning hours.

Saturday: Split (Trogir)
From 11:30 am to 1pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir, or from 3 pm to 7 pm in the port of Split. If you arrive by plane, our professional driver will be waiting for you on the Airport with air conditioned minivan and take you in our office in Split harbour, just few steps from your boat. Our service-team will take your luggage on the boat. After embarkation, our representatives will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will meet the crew and your fellow passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!”. Split is Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700-year-old city was once the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and is today a UNESCO-protected site. After a guided city tour, you will have the rest of the day at your disposal to discover the old town on your own and to enjoy the bustling Mediterranean atmosphere on the famous promenade of Split.Sometimes we will leave Split during the evening but sometimes we start sailing on early Sunday morning.

Sunday: Split – Island of Hvar
Early in the morning we will leave Split, heading to the island of Hvar known for its mild climate and fragrant lavender fields. On our way to Hvar, we will stop in a secluded bay for a swim. After having reached Hvar, we will anchor in the port of Hvar, the homonymous capital of the island. The port lies at the foot of an impressive fortress, which offers spectacular views of the offshore islands “Pakleni otoci”.

Monday: Island of Hvar – Island of Mljet
Sailing along the south coast of the island of Korcula, we will stop at one of the numerous bays for a swim, before heading to our next port of call – Pomena, on the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a National Park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes you will find a small island with a former monastery) are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the National Park (entrance fee approx. 14 €, boat ride to the monastery approx. 3 €, payable on-site). We recommend a swim in the saltwater lakes, where the temperature is always 2°C above the temperature of the sea. Overnight stay in Pomena.

Tuesday: Island of Mljet – Dubrovnik
We leave the island of Mljet and continue our journey south. After a swimming break at the Elafiti Islands, we will enter the port of Dubrovnik around 4:00 pm. Dubrovnik is also called the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, since in the Middle Ages the city counted among the most important economic and cultural centres of the Mediterranean area. Today, the Old City unfolds a unique open air museum with countless attractions. After arriving in Dubrovnik, we are invited to enjoy a guided tour through the historic town with its impressive walls.You will have plenty of time to discover the gems of Dubrovnik on your own. Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the numerous unique sights.

Wednesday: Dubrovnik – Island of Korcula

Continuing our cruise in a northwestward direction, we will first stop in a bay of the Elafiti Islands for swimming and sunbathing, before heading to the island of Korcula – our today’s port of call. In antiquity, the island was also named “the Black Island”, due to its vast pine forests, which used to cover almost the entire island. Korcula boasts one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and because of its fortress-like appearance it is often called “Little Dubrovnik”. Overnight stay in the birthplace of the famous sailor and explorer Marco Polo.

Thursday: Island of Korcula – Island of Brac
Passing the channel between the island of Korcula and the mountainous Peljesac Peninsula, we head towards the island of Brac. On our way to Brac, we will stop in one of the beautiful secluded bays of this area for swimming and sunbathing. The island of Brac is not only well-known for its white limestone. Even world-famous buildings like the White House in Washington and the Reichstag building in Berlin are built with the stone, which still today is exported to countries all over the world. Brac is also known for being one of the largest islands in the entire Adriatic Sea. Overnight stay in one of the lovely places in the northern part of the island, Pucisca, Postira,Bol or Supetar – the perfect setting for tonight’s Captain’s Dinner.

Friday: Island of Brac – Trogir
We leave the island of Brac and after a swimming break in a bay on the island of Ciovo, we will bid farewell to the Dalmatian islands and return to the starting point of our journey, Trogir, with its beautiful old town, protected by the UNESCO and also called “the Museum City”. Enjoy the experience of a guided walking tour through the winding streets and discover impressive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and vaults. Do not miss out on taking a look into the unique old yards.

Saturday: Trogir – Split
Early breakfast and time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends until next year

450 € / person (per week)

PRICE INCLUDES: 7 night accommodation in a private double/twin cabin with private bathroom, AC, free wi-fi inside, breakfast, lunch, welcome dinner, all boat equipment and facilities, taxes,airport transfer