4 Day private sailing from Split to Dubrovnik (one way)

Our tour starts in Split. Split is the second biggest city in Croatia and the largest ferry port. Facts show that Split is economic and cultural center of the region. Cultural/historical monuments, palaces and churches are an important part of contemporary Split. Mediterranean spirit lives in this city to its fullest. We embark from ACI Marina Split to Hvar.

Island of Hvar

Croatia’s sunniest island of Hvar is also one of most popular islands in the world. Whenever best island reports are being made, they never miss island of Hvar because here you can find everything you need to have a holiday of your dreams. Island of Hvar is located between island of Brač (in the north) and island of Korčula (in the south). When you would look at island of Hvar from the air you will see that its surface is covered in pine forests, lavender fields and olive groves. Mostly pebbly beaches are surrounded by pine forests. Thanks to sunniest island title, warm, perfect and crystal-clear sea waits. Interesting fact about Hvar is that it has its own fresh water. In spite of these advantages, except of agriculture, tourism is significant contributor to island’s economy. In last two decades tourism has grown immensely. Thanks to some nightclubs, prominent names in today’s music and DJs number of tourists has increased followed by increase in café’s, restaurants and accommodation units. Summer calendar is always full months in advance and countless events will satisfy every tourist’s holiday idea. One can choose between endless parties, summer beach clubs and party spots or galleries/museum expositions, gastronomic festivals and island exploration. We would definitely recommend checking island’s gourmet offer. Hvar is known for its gastronomic offers which combine local agricultural products and fabulous seafood.

Island of Korčula

Next day we will visit one of Croatia’s largest islands, Korčula. One of the top destinations in the Mediterranean was discovered by Greeks who used to call it – black due to think pine forests you can see as we approach this amazing island. Island is full of bays, traditional villages (with good food and wines!), stone cities and bike paths. Agriculture was always very strong, especially wine production (local Pošip and Grk wines) and fruit production. Island of Korčula has plenty of settlements but largest are the town of Korčula, Vela Luka (the largest town on the island), Lumbarda, Smokvica, and Blato. As experiences on Korčula, we can recommend merchant, explorer, and writers Marco Polo’s house at the mediaeval centre of Korčula. Moreška knightly tournament is famous worldwide.   Island wine tour attracts many tourists each summer. As previously mentioned, 20 cycling paths and 25 hiking trails can be found on the island. They are properly marked and well kept.

Mljet National park

Another day we will spend in one of the jewels of Croatia. Mljet is one of the best sights Croatia has to offer and most say that this is the best place we will visit in our trip. The greenest Croatian island has so much to offer. Island of Mljet is located in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. National park stretches through most of the island which has several villages and two salt water lakes. These two lakes are very popular thanks to the fact they have salt water. Water is clean and clear you will definitely want to jump in (it is allowed, don’t worry).  Another activites include hiking and biking throughout the island which is very popular among the tourists because in that way you will see some of the best views of the island.  After night spent in island of Mljet we embark towards Dubrovnik.

In the morning we will start our way towards Dubrovnik. Main point of Croatian tourism Dubrovnik is situated at the very south of Croatia. Dubrovnik’s history has been preserved on the Dubrovnik walls, many fortresses and numerous towers, and as of lately, on pictures and films. You have probably heard that filming of the “Game of Thrones” took place in Dubrovnik and sites where filming took place have become a new tourist product. We will leave you around 6pm for you to start discovering this unique city on whole Mediterranean.

To sum up, our route is:

Day 1: Sail from Split to Hvar. Overnight in Hvar.
Day 2: Sail from Hvar to Korcula. Overnight in Korcula.
Day 3: Sail from Korcula to Mljet National Park.
Day 4: Sail from Mljet to Dubrovnik. Disembark in Dubrovnik at 6 pm.

PRICE: 4100€

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

Route

Day 1: Sail from Split to Hvar. Overnight in Hvar.
Day 2: Sail from Hvar to Korcula. Overnight in Korcula.
Day 3: Sail from Korcula to Mljet National Park.
Day 4: Sail from Mljet to Dubrovnik. Disembark in Dubrovnik at 6 pm.

PRICE: 4100€

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

4100€

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