3 Day Private Sailing

Some call it best combination of all. Join us, sail away to three beautiful islands and visit all natural beauties they offer. This is how we planned our journey.

We embark from Split and sail directly to Pakleni islands. You must have heard about this beautiful place. Pakleni islands are situated just on the southwest of the island of Hvar. Pakleni islands consist of group of islands: Jerolim, Sveti Klement, Pokonji Dol, Marinkovac, Gališnik, Stambedar, Vodnjak Veli and Vodnjak Mali. The biggest one, Sveti Klement has three settlements; Palmižana, Momica Polje and Vlaka. Islands are attractive because of countless bays, pebble and sandy beaches, warm, clear water. Although locations that are more popular might be a bit crowded, its beauty is still untouched. If you prefer quiet place, it is not a problem to find more secluded place to take a swim. A definite Yes! on your To do list while in Dalmatia. You will remember crystal-clear water and sandy beaches for a very long time and definitely recommend it to others.

Once we spend all day swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing and relaxing in Pakleni islands, we will spend the night in Hvar, situated in some of the busiest Adriatic sailing routes. The sunniest island of Hvar is located between islands of Brač and Korčula. Hvar is known for its pine forests that surround almost every pebble beach, vineyards, olive groves and recently vast lavender fields. In last few decades, Hvar keeps record of more tourists each year. This trend follows increase in accommodation (hotels, hostels and apartments), restaurants, cafés and marinas.  Tourism has become significant contributor to the island’s economy. Thanks to summer clubs, in last few years’ nightlife has flourished. Countless parties hosted by some of world most prestigious names, international DJ’s, special events and museum expositions make Hvar one of the most visited island in all of the Mediterranean. However, if you prefer quiet night Hvar offers quiet cafés and world known restaurants. Restaurants that suit for all tastes budgets can be found in town of Hvar. Since agriculture is strong, local products are a must on each plate served in Hvar. Combined with fabulous seafood make it something you do not want to miss.

Hvar offers other activities, too. Medieval Old Town built during the Renaissance is perfect for exploration and view is amazing. You might be attracted to one of many different wineries. Lastly, in recent years production of lavender products is very strong. There is even a lavender festival so you might be interested in visiting different galleries and small shops.

After you have had your morning coffee we sail away towards Vis. Island of Vis is a small island in comparison to Hvar and it has only two municipalities (Vis town and Komiža). Vis was known for its fishing industry, but today most significant contributors to economy are agriculture and tourism. You might think Vis has low-key vibe, but keep in mind Vis is location where Mamma Mia sequel was filmed recently. An archaeological museum and lots of churches are some of the attractions. However, trip to Vis we will complete with a sail towards neighbor island of Biševo.  Island of Biševo has series of caves and the most popular one is Blue Cave with its iridescent blue light. We will visit the cave and pass through one of two openings of the cave. Smaller entrance is artificially expanded so boats can pass and other one, under sea level lets the sunlight illuminate the cave. Sunlight creates beautiful blue glow – natural lightning of the cave. After you have experienced this natural phenomenon, we will return to Vis where we will spend the night.

In the early morning we sail towards island of Brač. Located just across Split, Brač is the largest island in Dalmatia (396 square kilometres). If you have heard about Brač first thing that will come to mind is its beach Zlatni rat in Bol. By some lists, it is one of the best beaches in Europe. It is widely recognizable because of its distinctive triangular shape with peak that changes in direction that wind blows. Otherwise, Brač is known for small villages, beautiful bays and pebbly beaches. Another recognizable feature is Vidova gora (highest peak on all Croatian islands) which offers amazing view of other nearby islands and Zlatni rat. To relax, we will visit one of towns, Milna where we will enjoy in swimming and snorkeling. After day of fun, we will return to Split in late afternoon.

Our itinerary once again:

Day 1: You’ll sail from Split to Pakleni islands and Hvar. Overnight in Hvar.

Day 2: Sail from Hvar to Vis island and famous Blue Cave. Overnight in Vis.

Day 3: Sail from Vis to Brac island. Swimming in Milna and return to Split at 6 pm.

PRICE: 2200€

Our price includes private yacht (with three cabins, living room, kitchen, bathrooms, sun deck), professional skipper, water, snorkeling equipment, marina taxes, bed linen, towel and insurance.

The Price includes also fuel i stand up paddle board.

Route

Day 1: You’ll sail from Split to Pakleni islands and Hvar. Overnight in Hvar.
Day 2: Sail from Hvar to Vis island and famous Blue Cave. Overnight in Vis.
Day 3: Sail from Vis to Brac island. Swimming in Milna and return to Split at 6 pm.

PRICE: 2200€

Price includes: private yacht (with 3 cabins, living room, kitchen, bathrooms, sun deck) professional skiper, water, snorkeling equipment, marina taxes, bed linen, towels, insurance.

The Price includes also fuel i stand up paddle board.

2200 €

PRICE INCLUDES: private yacht (with 3 cabins, living room, kitchen, bathrooms, sun deck) professional skiper, water, snorkeling equipment, marina taxes, bed linen, towels, insurance.

The Price includes also fuel i stand up paddle board.