You set sail promptly at 13:00 from Split harbour. Lunch is served on board before we stop for a refreshing swim in a picturesque and tranquil bay. You will spend the night in either Rogoznica or Primosten, both charming marina towns renowned for their lively nightlife. You’ll be spoiled for choice with over 50 restaurants and cafés to choose from, most of which serve the world-renowned Babic wine, made from grapes that grow on the historic stone terraces around these two towns.
After a leisurely breakfast, we continue our journey to Sibenik, the oldest Croatian city on the Adriatic, where you can spend the morning taking in the rich traditional culture. For those who enjoy gothic architecture, there is the Foscolo Palace, and for fans of the baroque style, the St Laurent Church is a must-see.
We depart from Sibenk in time for lunch on board as we sail towards Krka, taking in the stunning views of the Krka Canyon en route. The afternoon is yours to enjoy at Krka National Park, where you can discover an abundance of fauna and flora. We highly recommend you visit Skradinski buk, an enormous crystal clear pool fed by 17 waterfalls, which are considered to be the most beautiful in Europe.
After a full day of exploration, you’ll spend the night in either Skradin or Zlarin, where you can relax and rejuvenate.
We depart bright and early and head to the beautiful Kornati National Park; the 89th of the 140 Kornati Islands. Marvel at the dramatic limestone cliffs jutting out of the water, and the many coral reefs visible deep below on an unforgettable day’s sailing. Explore the National Park and step back in time, visiting the remains of ancient medieval fortresses and the Church of Our Lady of Tarac, built in the 12th Century and miraculously, still mostly intact. Dive or snorkel along the vast reef system and discover the impressive variety of marine life that call it home. Unwind after a long day of excitement at Sali on Long Island where you spend the night.
Spend your morning relaxing on Sali’s white sand beaches before you depart for Zadar in the afternoon. A short sail takes us to the town, where you’ll spend the night. There will be time to explore the buzzing town’s eclectic mix of medieval ruins - including the famous basilica – and cosmopolitan cafes. Be sure to visit the ‘Sea Organ’, a system of stone pipes and whistles that funnel the ocean breeze into an enchanting melody.
Today we leave Zadar and make our way back up the Dalmatian coast, with a stop in one of the many serene, picturesque bays where you can swim in the crystal blue water, before having lunch on board and arriving at Vodice. You can explore Vodice, a dynamic resort town, at your leisure. Visit the multitude of ancient churches – the Parish Church of St. Cross, with its magnificent baroque architecture is not to be missed – or dive the famous shipwrecks of the area. Vodice has something spectacular for everyone.
Enjoy breakfast in Vodice before we set sail for Trogir. Again, there will be time to relax and swim in one of the secluded crystal bays before lunch on board and a cruise to our destination. ‘Miniature Venice’, as the UNESCO World Heritage Site town is known, is characterised by bold Romanesque-Gothic architecture, and is home to the most well-preserved examples of its kind in all of Europe. Visit the St. Lawrence Cathedral or the St. Michael Bell Tower for the best views of the town and beyond, or take in some culture when you visit the historic Bedalov Winery, where the Bedalov family have been making wine for over 400 years.
We make our way back to Split Riviera; with a leisurely stop in one of the many breath-taking bays that Ciovo island has to offer. Enjoy the views as we continue to our last port of call - the historic Split Riviera, which is home to the famous 2000 -year-old Diocletian's Palace. Tour the ancient fortresses and cathedrals, and be sure to visit the statue of Gregory of Nin at the Diocletian’s Golden Gate. According to legend, if you rub the statue’s big toe and make a wish, it will come true. Spend the night soaking up the unforgettable atmosphere and enjoying the Mediterranean cuisine.
Enjoy an early breakfast in Split and do some last-minute sightseeing before bidding farewell to your captain and crew. Check in at Split harbour between 11am and 12pm for your departure at 1pm.
All our Gulets vary in size. They are mostly traditional Gulets unless specified otherwise. Cabin accommodation is...
All our Gulets vary in size. They are mostly traditional Gulets unless specified otherwise. Cabin accommodation is standard and facilities vary from one vessel to another. Please call for further information.
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