- Sail to the Dalmatian islands of Brač, Hvar, Vis & Korčula.
- Enjoy the seclusion, and local dining at quaint Dalmatian villages.
- Discover the cultural and art treasure of Split.
- Relax at some of the most beautiful beaches.
- Take biking tours, sea kayaking, diving, and many other available activities.
- Stroll the charming streets of Dubrovnik and visit its many museums and art galleries.
Whether you are planning a honeymoon, celebrating an anniversary or setting the stage for a dramatic marriage proposal, this journey with an emphasis on discovering the most beautiful of the Dalmatian islands, is your perfect choice. Begin your trip with two nights stay at a glamorous seaside resort in Split. Then take your private sailing boat with skipper to the island of Brač. Continue on to the island of Hvar, one of Croatia’s most beautiful and most seductive islands. Enjoy a private tour of the city with your local expert guide. Then sample some of Hvar’s delectable cuisine.
Then sail to Pakleni Islands and to the island of Vis. On Vis you will meet your personal tour guide who will take you on a safari tour of the islands interior and hidden cold war secrets. Finish the day with a BBQ of fresh fish at a local traditional restaurant.
Continue your island exploration visiting Korčula, the birthplace of Marco Polo and learn all about Moreška sword dance. Arrive to the breathtaking Dubrovnik, and spend two nights at Villa Argentina, one of the most beautiful charming hotels on the Adriatic coast. Enjoy a private sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik Old Town, visit some of its fine art galleries & stores with authentic crafts. Perhaps attend an evening concert — throughout the summer, music concerts are held many evenings in churches and towers overlooking the sea.> Book
Day 1: Arrive Split
Arrive to beautiful Split, Croatia. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure. Le Méridien Lav, Split, (B)
Day 2: Split
Split is the largest city along the Adriatic coast. In the company of your expert local guide, visit the palace of the IV century Roman Emperor Diocletian. Browse food and craft markets, galleries and unique shops. Or spend quality time lounging along the beach or strolling the beautiful serene sunlit sea. Le Méridien Lav, Split, (B)
Day 3: Split/Brač
Sail from Split to the bay of Bobovišće on the west side of Brač. Take in the beautiful views of the end of Brač Island. Stopping for lunch and a swim before sailing to Starigrad. Meet personal tour guide for the exploration of ancient settlements and ruins, olive oil factory, winery, wine tasting and end the day at a local konoba for a traditional dinner. Sailboat, (B & L)
Day 4: Brač/Pakleni Islands/Hvar
Explore Hvar at your leisure, with its fortified walls and castle over looking the town and the archipelago of the Pakleni Islands. In the late afternoon, sail to Pakleni Islands where you can snorkel in crystal clear waters, soak up the sun or go ashore to the cocktail bar or restaurant. We drop anchor and spend the night in one of the bays. Sailboat, (B & L)
Day 5: Hvar/Pakleni Islands/Vis
After breakfast and a morning swim we sail from Pakleni Islands and to the island of Vis. Optional sightseeing on Vis – you will meet your personal tour guide who will take you on a safari tour of the islands interior and hidden cold war secrets. Finish the tour with a BBQ of fresh fish at a local traditional restaurant. We spend the night anchored in Vis marina central to cafes, museums and markets. Sailboat, (B & L)
Day 6: Vis/Korčula
Continue your island exploration. Arrive to Korčula which undoubtedly holds a privileged position among the Croatian islands. Here are perhaps even more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. Being famous stonemasons, shipbuilders and seafarers the people of Korčula left their marks all over the world, but they saved their best works for their own city. Experience the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces in one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Hotel Korsal, Korčula, (B)
Day 7: Korčula
Find out everything about the birthplace of Marco Polo and learn all about Moreška sword dance. Enjoy lunch at a typical Dalmatian restaurant offering stunning views of the Adriatic and the wine growing region of Pelješac peninsula. Hotel Korsal, Korčula, (B)
Day 8: Korčula/Dubrovnik
Morning transfer to Dubrovnik. Tour of Dubrovnik’s Old Town in the company of your expert local guide. Stroll the charming streets of Dubrovnik, and browse local shops for authentic Croatian souvenirs while enjoying stunning views of the Adriatic. Hotel Excelsior, Dubrovnik, (B)
Day 9: Dubrovnik
Visit the small villages of Trsteno. It can be described as a successful attempt to fit together natural characteristics in order to achieve perfect harmony between man and nature. The village is famous for the two gigantic plane trees; both over 500 years old, that today form a part of the oldest botanical garden in Croatia – the Arboretum. This trip through time will certainly delight you. Hotel Excelsior, Dubrovnik, (B)
Day 10: Dubrovnik
YOUR VACATION INCLUDES
- All private transfers by car and driver between the hotels ports and airports
- Private sail boat and professional skipper from Split/Brac/Pakleni Islands/Hvar/Vis/Korcula
- Breakfast daily ( & lunch on the sailboat)
- Private sightseeing toursof Split with a professional English-speaking local guide
- Private sightseeing tour of Hvar town with a professional English-speaking local guide
- Private sightseeing tour of Korcula town with a professional English-speaking local guide
- Private sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik with a professional English-speaking local guide
- Private excursion to Trsteno in the vicinity of Dubrovnik
- Breakfast daily
- Transfers by multiple drivers
- 24 hour assistance from our branch office in Croatia, if needed
- Split, Le Méridien Lav, sea-view room, 2 nights, breakfast
- Korčula, Hotel Korsal, sea-view room, 2 nights, breakfast
- Dubrovnik, Hotel Excelsior, sea-view room, 2 nights, breakfast
- Mono-hull 40, skipper/cook, breakfast and lunch on board, fuel
- Airfare, tips,
- €1 – €3.5 tourist tax per person per day, drinks, telephone charges and incidentals
- Anything else not mentioned in the inclusion
|SEASON I||January 1 – March 31 & November 1 - December 31, 2018|
|SEASON II||April 1 – May 10 & October 1 – October 31, 2018|
|SEASON III||May 11 – September 30, 2018|