You will cruise the glorious Dalmatian coastline & surrounding islands to cover the areas of Makarska, Mljet, Dubrovnik, Trstenik, Korcula and Hvar.All you’ll need is a few t-shirts and your bathing suit! You will be sailing through the Adriatic Sea from one end of the island to the other. As well as sunbathing, there will be opportunity to swim and snorkel too. On stop-over’s you should explore the towns and villages to discover its history or perhaps find a restaurant to try some of the local delicacies.
At 13.00pm the cruise will depart from Split harbour to Makarska. During the gentle cruise along the Dalmatian coast you will enjoy some lunch, and later have the chance to swim at one of the splendid beaches on route. From here the journey takes you to Cetine River. Here you can take part in some optional activities such as river rafting or zipline and meet the rest of the group in the evening at Markarska port. You will be able to disembark and explore the local area and its attractions.
It will be an early exit to take you to the area of Mljet, where there will be an en-route stop at Peljesac peninsula for a swim. From here you will have an afternoon visit to the salt lakes in Mljet National Park. Before the final stop in port Polaca, other attractions you will see today include an historic monastery and church on St. Mary isle.
The highlight of today is Dubrovnik! According to the famous writer George Bernard Shaw, the natural scenery you will see today is like ‘the heaven on earth’. Explore the amazing town of Dubrovnik either at your own pace or with the available guided tour. An optional cable car ride is available for those that wish to see the magnificent view old town from high above at Srd mountain. Here we also recommend a walk through Stradun, and also to the top of the city walls which stretch 1,940 long. Overnight will be at Dubrovnik port.
The morning will be yours to explore at your own leisure. The exquisite Dubrovnik is amazing with its plentiful monuments, churches and little narrow streets. The journey will then follow onto Sipan isle or the town of Trstenik on the Peljesac peninsula where there will be time for swimming. Overnight will be spent in this area with a possibility to visit a local winery.
After breakfast you will depart for Korcula island, the birthplace of Marco Polo. Here you will have some lunch on board and this will also be the overnight stop in the port. There will some sightseeing of the town of Korcula which dates back to the 13th century. An optional wine and appetizers tour at a local winery is available for those interested. Thereafter guests are welcome to make arrangements for their dinner at any of the numerous seafront restaurants.
It will be an early departure to Pakleni Islands where guests will have a lunch and swim stop. After of which will follow a sightseeing tour of Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic. The Renaissance cathedral still stands with its original tower, alongside the oldest community theatre in Europe founded in 1612. The town of Hvar is cosmopolitan with lots of restaurants, bars and cafes. Overnight will be in Hvar port and free for you to explore.
Swim in one of the most famous beaches in Dalmatia – Zlatni Rat near Bol, otherwise known as the Golden Horn. Before becoming an local attraction Bol used to be an old fisherman’s village. After lunch, you will travel back to Split to spend your final night. A further swim stop will be made on route at Brac Island. It is possible that guests will be able to join a guided tour of Split, a world heritage site with listed Roman architecture including Diocletian Palace.
Unfortunately its time to say goodbye! After breakfast say farewell to all your new friends as the tour will conclude.This tour does not include flights to add a flight to the Southern Explorer please 0208 547 2857 and speak to a holiday consultant.
Departure Time: Split harbour: Saturdays at 13.00/Check-in from 11.00 until 12:00.
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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