If you are planning a yacht charter in Croatia and don’t know where to sail yet, visit Central and Southern Dalmatia!
Dalmatia is a region in the very south of Croatia. Despite the fact that it is a relatively small area, its beauty, fame but also widely known spirit goes far beyond its geographical borders!
When you think of Croatia, it is very likely that you will remember Central Dalmatia. It is just that amazing! Here you will find almost everything you want from a holiday: excellent food, beautiful destinations, hospitable hosts.
Best decision of summer 2021 – 4 days Sailing Tour
Tour starts in Split
We embark from ACI Marina Split to Hvar. Split is the second largest city in Croatia, located on the Dalmatian coast and is the gateway to the world of sailing in Central Dalmatia. It is not only an important port and also not only the center of the region, but also a magnet for tourists, a city often called “the most beautiful city in the world”.
The history of Split is 17 centuries old and begins at the time when the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his palace near the Roman town of Salona. He wanted to retire here. During these 1700 years, the palace slowly transformed into a city that attracts visitors with its rich tradition, glorious history and the beauties of nature and cultural heritage.
The city UNESCO and the beautiful Diocletian’s Square will be a great introduction to your 4-day sailing trip to Dubrovnik. Split really offers a lot: a perfect geographical location, amazing natural and historical sights, nightlife and delicious Mediterranean cuisine.
Hvar is probably the most famous island and sailing destination in Central Dalmatia. This is the absolute hub of nightlife and social life in the region. If you are lucky, you will see some Hollywood stars in the town. Moreover, it is a must-see place, with sights like the Fortica above the town, the crystal clear sea and a group of 11 Pakleni islands just a few meters from the seafront.
In a word, Hvar is a paradise for charter, as well as an entry on numerous lists of places to see. We definitely recommend a visit!
Sailors who come to the Split area will have their curiosity satisfied in a number of ways, starting with the hospitality in the town of Split, the weather conditions that are often almost ideal for sailing, the geographical location of the island and the coastline that is said to be the most beautiful and interesting in the Mediterranean. In addition, there is a rich cultural and heritage past, information, services and gastronomic offer, all together in contact with the hosts, who are known for their charm and friendliness.
Rapid industrial and tourist development is one of the reasons why the island of Korcula is one of the most densely populated islands. To sail around the island you have to cover 60 Nm, but if you prefer sightseeing, don’t miss spending the night in Korcula, located on the east side of the island, or in Vela Luka, on the west side of the island.
No other town on the Adriatic has gone through so many battles, revolutions and changes as the town of Korcula. Once enchanted by the beauty of the fortified city, Korčula is loved even by those who are not interested in history. One of the more controversial theories claims that Marco Polo was born in this town.
Gems of the Adriatic in private sailing itinerary
Vela Luka hides some other – artistic values. The local museum houses a sculpture by Henry Moore that made its contribution to the local art colony in the early 1960s.
Mljet National Park
We will spend another day in one of Croatia’s jewels. Mljet is one of the best sights Croatia has to offer. And most say it is the best place we will visit on our trip. And believe us – the best way to explore it is private sailing. The greenest Croatian island has so much to offer. It is a perfect place for your 4 days private sailing!
Mljet National Park makes up most of the islands. There are several villages, 2 salt lakes (Big and Small Lake), a Benedictine monastery on the island of St. Mary. Polače is one of the best natural harbors on the Adriatic.
Fortifications and burial mounds have been preserved from the Illyrian period. The best-preserved are those on the hill Veliki Gradac and the Great Lake and the fortress in Vodice.
The largest Roman building after Diocletian’s Palace and the Arena in Pula is the Roman Palace. It is also a part of the valuable Mljet heritage.
Sailing around small islets, knowing which wind is going to rule each day, would be the best choice of this summer!
Now, ladies and gentleman – town of dreams!
A perfect end of 4 days private sailing
Where a beautiful chain ends, in which a thousand islands intertwine, here lies the most beautiful pearl, the tourist Mecca. Full of mysterious legends, as if enchanted by fairy dust, this town brings all the beauties and values of the Mediterranean. It beckons with its simple architecture, crowned by the city walls on which enthusiastic visitors walk all year round.
In every corner of this ancient city, no matter which staircase you take, which street you choose, in the end you will experience an unforgettable surprise – be it a place where you will rest, a restaurant to your liking or a photo you will want to have in your photo album. Here the tourist season lasts all year round.
The sun-drenched Stradun, the longest promenade, is lively and attractive all year round, and the monumental fountains provide water for lips thirsting for new memories.
This is a city that offers a rich program for all generations or types of guests – guests who want to have fun or simply enjoy a romantic walk, or participate in numerous cultural events that take place every evening during the summer in the authentic historical ambiance or under the starry sky.
Dubrovnik is a city of life, a city of fairy tales, a city of dreams.
In the morning we start our way towards Dubrovnik. The main point of Croatian tourism is located in the very south of Croatia. The history of this astonishing town has been preserved on the Dubrovnik city walls. As well as many fortresses and numerous towers and more recently on pictures and films.
You have probably heard that the filming of “Game of Thrones” took place in its walls and streets. Since it becomes a new tourist product. We will leave you around 6 pm so you can start discovering this unique city on the whole Mediterranean.
Day 1: Sailing from Split to Hvar. Overnight stay in Hvar.
Day 2: Sailing from Hvar to Korcula. Overnight stay in Korcula.
Day 3: Sailing from Korcula to Mljet National Park.
Day 4: Sailing from Mljet to Dubrovnik. Disembarkation in Dubrovnik at 6 pm.
(with 3 cabins, living room, kitchen, bathroom, sun deck), professional skipper, water, snorkeling equipment, harbor fees, bed linen, towels, insurance.
The price also includes fuel and stand up paddle board.
If you are interested in only 3 days of private sailing, check our 3 days private sailing tour from Split.