From the imperial city of Split, set sail for Korčula, Slano and Dubrovnik and their hidden treasures on this 4 day Cruise.
This stylish and comfortable yacht M/J Solaris was built by Ante Vuković in 2108. The luxurious motor yacht measures 44 m in length. With its modern and elegant design, it offers 20 comfortable and spacious cabins with 40 beds. The sun deck spreads on 250m2 providing unique and diverse content, such us showers, saloons and table with benches. Depending on weather conditions, this part can be closed with a tarpaulin.
ITINERARY as followed:
D1 Wednesday / SPLIT
We will meet in Split harbour where our boat will wait for us. We will spend the day in Split and we recommend you spend the day exploring. Overnight in Split.
D2 Thursday / SPLIT – KORČULA (KORČULA ISLAND)
In the morning hours, we head to Korčula, forested heaven of Adriatic. Spend the day exploring Korčula, a medieval walled town best known as a birthplace of a famous explorer Marco Polo. We recommend you spend whole day in Korčula Old town, sometimes called Little Dubrovnik because of the medieval squares, churches and houses. St. Mark’s Cathedral is another sight to visit simply beautiful and ornate. If you have two hours to spare we suggest to visit Korčula Town Walls, there is so much to see and do not forget to explore all the little side alleys. We will have lunch onboard. We will spend the night in Korčula.
D3 Friday / KORČULA (KORČULA ISLAND) – SLANO
In the morning we will sail by the Pelješac peninsula, widely famous for its velvety red wine Plavac Mali. We will visit the picture-perfect village of Trstenik. From there, we will head to the Elaphiti Archipelago, a group of 14 islands and islets. Lunch and swimming breaks. In the late afternoon, we will sail to Slano, one of the most picturesque settlements in the Dubrovnik region. One of the most picturesque settlements is oriented mostly towards fishing and tourism. We recommend dining in one of restaurants and taverns. This is where we will spend the night.
D4 Saturday / SLANO – DUBROVNIK
After breakfast, we will head to Dubrovnik, “Pearl of Adriatic”. Explore it on your own and learn why it has earned this title. Do not forget to visit Ancient City Walls, Old Town,…