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Mljet yacht charter itinerary

1. Dubrovnik to Mljet

Nestled in the azure embrace of the Adriatic Sea, Mljet emerges as a verdant jewel, captivating the hearts of those seeking an unspoiled paradise. Often referred to as the "Green Island," Mljet is a testament to nature's artistry, boasting lush landscapes, pristine lakes, and a rich tapestry of Mediterranean flora.

At the heart of Mljet lies its crown jewel, the Mljet National Park. Here, Veliko and Malo Jezero, two enchanting saltwater lakes, beckon with crystal-clear waters and mirrored reflections of the surrounding emerald forests. A boat journey or leisurely stroll along the lakeside unveils the secluded Benedictine Monastery on St. Mary's Island, casting an air of ancient mystique over the tranquil waters.

The legend of Odysseus echoes through the island, and adventurers can explore the fabled Odysseus Cave, where the mythical hero is said to have found refuge. As the sunlight dances on the water within this natural wonder, the enchantment of Mljet becomes palpable.

Highlights:

  • Mljet National Park: The island's western part is dedicated to the Mljet National Park, where you'll find the stunning saltwater lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero. A small island in the middle of Veliko Jezero houses the Benedictine Monastery, adding a touch of history to the natural beauty.
  • Saltwater Lakes: Veliko and Malo Jezero are interconnected by a narrow channel. Visitors can take a boat ride or stroll along the lakeside paths, surrounded by dense forests and the serene beauty of the lakes.
  • Odysseus Cave: Legend has it that the mythical hero Odysseus was held captive in a cave on Mljet. You can explore the Odysseus Cave by boat, swimming in the crystal-clear waters within its mesmerizing surroundings
  • St. Mary's Island: The small islet within Veliko Jezero is home to the Benedictine Monastery of St. Mary. The monastery dates back to the 12th century and houses a small church, a museum, and a shaded courtyard, providing a tranquil escape.
  • Pristine Beaches: Mljet offers a mix of sandy and pebble beaches, providing ideal spots for relaxation and swimming. Saplunara Beach, in the southeastern part of the island, is renowned for its sandy shores and turquoise waters.
Lastovo yacht charter itinerary

2. Mljet Island to Latovo (Skrivena Luka)

Lastovo's landscapes are a composition of rolling hills, lush greenery, and secluded bays. The island's diverse topography makes it a haven for nature lovers, with numerous walking and hiking trails offering panoramic views of the Adriatic. Skrivena Luka is well-protected from the open sea, making it an ideal anchorage for boats and yachts. The calm waters and sheltered nature of the bay create a serene environment for maritime activities.

Highlights:

  • Struga Lighthouse: Perched on the southern cliffs of the island, Struga Lighthouse offers breathtaking views of the Adriatic. Reachable by boat or a scenic hike, the lighthouse provides a tranquil escape and panoramic vistas of the surrounding sea.
  • Ubli Fort: Explore the ruins of Ubli Fort, a historic site perched on a hill overlooking Lastovo Town. The fort offers a glimpse into the island's past and provides stunning views of the surrounding archipelago.
  • Lastovo Archipelago Nature Park: The entire Lastovo Archipelago, consisting of 44 islands, is protected as a nature park. Immerse yourself in the pristine landscapes, including dense forests, crystal-clear waters, and diverse flora and fauna.
  • Pasadur: A picturesque village situated on the narrowest part of Lastovo Island, Pasadur charms with its small harbor and peaceful ambiance. The village is an excellent starting point for exploring the island's natural wonders.
  • Saplun Bay: Discover the secluded beauty of Saplun Bay, known for its pristine pebble beach and clear turquoise waters. Accessible by boat or a short hike, it's an ideal spot for swimming, snorkeling, and relaxation.
Korcula yacht hcharter Itinerary

3. Lastovo to Korcula, Vela Luka

Korčula, an Adriatic jewel, beckons with its rich history, captivating architecture, and sun-kissed landscapes. The beautiful green island of Korčula is the 6th biggest island in the Adriatic Sea. It is the second most inhabited Croatian island. Korčula is rich in vineyards, olive groves, and small villages. The surrounding sea is rich with fish of all types, which one may taste in restaurants and taverns all over the island. The most popular destination on the island is the glorious old town of Korčula, a beautiful medieval town built on a small peninsula.

Highlights:

  • Old Town of Korčula: Enclosed by medieval walls, the Old Town of Korčula is a labyrinth of narrow streets, charming squares, and historic buildings. Said to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, the town exudes a timeless charm.
  • Marco Polo House: Visit the alleged birthplace of the famous explorer, Marco Polo. The Marco Polo House in Korčula's Old Town is a well-preserved example of medieval architecture, offering insights into the island's history.
  • St. Mark's Cathedral: A masterpiece of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, St. Mark's Cathedral is a symbol of Korčula's cultural heritage. The cathedral houses an impressive collection of artworks and treasures.
  • Moreska Sword Dance: Experience the Moreska, a traditional sword dance performed in Korčula. This captivating spectacle tells a story of love and battle through choreographed movements and vibrant costumes.
Vis yacht charter itinerary

4. Korcula to Palmizana to Vis, Komiza

Palmižana is a group of islets in the Paklinski Islands archipelago, known for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, lush vegetation, and secluded coves. The archipelago is a popular sailing destination and a tranquil retreat for those seeking a peaceful escape. One of the unique features of Palmižana is its vibrant botanical garden, showcasing a rich collection of exotic plants and succulents. The lush greenery creates a tropical ambiance, contrasting with the azure waters of the Adriatic. The main island, St. Klement, houses several restaurants and konobas (traditional Dalmatian taverns). Visitors can indulge in delicious seafood, Mediterranean cuisine, and local wines while enjoying the serene surroundings.

Vis Island, situated in the mesmerizing Adriatic Sea, unfolds as a captivating destination blending history, natural beauty, and authentic island living. Here, ancient ruins coexist with pristine beaches, creating a haven for those seeking a harmonious retreat.

The charming towns of Vis and Komiza invite exploration with their cobbled streets, historic architecture, and vibrant waterfront scenes. Vis, known for being the birthplace of Marco Polo, weaves history into its medieval fabric, while Komiza exudes the charm of a traditional fishing village.

Highlights of Vis

  • Blue and Green Caves: Explore the mesmerizing Blue Cave, known for its iridescent blue hues created by sunlight filtering through the underwater entrance. The nearby Green Cave, with its emerald waters, offers a tranquil swimming spot.
  • Stiniva Cove: Nestled between towering cliffs, Stiniva Cove is a breathtaking natural wonder. Accessible by boat or a scenic hike, this secluded beach provides an intimate escape into nature's embrace.
  • Fort George: Perched on a hill overlooking Vis Town, Fort George offers panoramic views of the Adriatic. This historical site, dating back to the British era, is a popular spot to enjoy sunset vistas.
  • Military Tunnels: Delve into the island's history by exploring the military tunnels built during World War II. These tunnels, carved into the hillsides, provide a fascinating glimpse into Vis Island's strategic significance.
  • Vineyards and Wine Tasting: Vis is renowned for its vineyards and wine production. Take a tour of the island's wineries, sampling local varietals such as Vugava and Plavac Mali, and savor the unique flavors of Vis wines.
  • Lighthouse Stončica: Visit the Stončica Lighthouse, standing sentinel on the northern coast of the island. This picturesque spot is not only a navigational aid but also offers a peaceful retreat with stunning sea views.

 

Komiza - Hvar

5. Vis to Bisevo to Hvar

Bisevo, a captivating gem in the Adriatic Sea, enchants visitors with its natural wonders and authentic charm. The island is renowned for the mesmerizing Blue Cave, where the interplay of sunlight and water transforms the interior into a radiant azure spectacle. Stiniva Cove, framed by rugged cliffs, beckons with its secluded pebble beach, inviting moments of tranquil retreat. Porat, a quaint fishing village, captures the essence of Bisevo's authentic character, offering a harbor of traditional stone houses and seaside taverns serving the freshest seafood. The unique red sands of Salbunara Beach add a touch of intrigue to the island's coastal beauty.

Hvar Town, nestled on the sun-soaked island of Hvar, effortlessly combines centuries of Venetian history with a lively, modern ambiance. Explore charming squares adorned with Renaissance architecture, such as the Hvar Loggia and St. Mark's Church. The Arsenal, once a bustling shipyard, now hosts cultural events in a picturesque setting. Wander the medieval town walls for panoramic views or stroll along the vibrant Riva Promenade. Marvel at the Cathedral of St. Stephen's bell tower and discover the historic Hvar Theatre. As the sun sets, Hvar Town's nightlife comes alive, with beachfront clubs and bars adding a contemporary rhythm to this timeless Croatian gem

Highlights of Hvar Town

  • St. Stephen's Square (Sveti Stjepan Square): The main square of Hvar, surrounded by historical buildings, cafes, and restaurants. It's a popular spot for socializing and enjoying the local ambiance.
  • Hvar Cathedral (Cathedral of St. Stephen): A stunning cathedral located on St. Stephen's Square, known for its beautiful baroque architecture and art.
  • Hvar Fortress (Fortica or Španjola): Perched on a hill overlooking Hvar Town, the fortress offers panoramic views of the town, harbor, and surrounding islands.
  • Franciscan Monastery and Museum: A tranquil monastery with a beautiful garden and a museum housing a collection of art and historical artifacts.
  • Carpe Diem Beach: A trendy beach club on the nearby Paklinski Islands, known for its lively atmosphere, music, and beach parties.
sveta-nedjelja hvar yacht charter itinerary

6. Hvar to Hvar, Sveta Nedelja

Nestled along the picturesque coastline of Hvar, Sveta Nedelja emerges as a coastal haven, capturing the essence of tranquility and rustic charm. The village, flanked by rolling hills adorned with vineyards and olive groves, offers a serene retreat away from the bustling crowds. Sveta Nedelja is celebrated for its wine-producing heritage, inviting visitors to explore local wineries and indulge in the rich flavors of Hvar's renowned wines. The Church of Sveta Nedelja, perched atop a hill, adds a touch of cultural allure, offering panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea. Seafood dining by the water beckons, showcasing the island's maritime culinary traditions.

Highlights:

  • Vineyards and Wine: The surrounding hills of Sveta Nedelja are adorned with vineyards, making it a notable wine-producing region. Visitors can explore local wineries, sample exquisite wines, and appreciate the lush landscapes that contribute to Hvar's reputation as a wine destination.
  • Sveta Nedelja Church: The village is named after the Church of Sveta Nedelja (Saint Sunday). This charming church, perched on the hillside, adds to the village's cultural and historical allure. Its elevated position allows for panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.
  • Olive Groves: In addition to vineyards, the area around Sveta Nedelja is adorned with olive groves. Olive oil production is a significant part of the local economy, and visitors may have the opportunity to explore olive orchards and taste high-quality olive oils.
Brac yacht charter itinerary

7. Sveta Nedelja to Brac, Bol

Brač, a captivating jewel in the Adriatic Sea, unfolds its diverse tapestry of beauty, history, and cultural richness to those fortunate enough to explore its shores. With a landscape adorned by the iconic Zlatni Rat Beach, where the crystalline waters meet a ever-changing pebble coastline, Brač is a haven for sunseekers and water enthusiasts. This island, rich in tradition, is eternally linked to its famed Brač stone, shaping architectural wonders from stately churches to charming stonemasonry schools in towns like Pučišća.

Fishing villages like Sutivan and Milna reveal coastal charms where colorful boats line the harbors, and olive groves intermingle with vineyards in the island's fertile landscapes. Brač is not only a visual spectacle but a gastronomic delight with local wines to savor, olive oils to taste, and seafood to relish. The island's heart, pulsating with the rhythms of traditional festivals and cultural landmarks like the Blaće Monastery, invites travelers to immerse themselves in its rich past.

Highlights:

  • Zlatni Rat Beach: Often referred to as the Golden Horn or Golden Cape, Zlatni Rat is one of the most famous beaches in Croatia. This unique triangular pebble beach extends into the sea, changing shape with the tide and wind.
  • Brač Stone: The island is famous for its high-quality limestone known as Brač stone. It has been used in the construction of notable buildings, including the White House in Washington, D.C.
  • Windsurfing: Bol is renowned as a windsurfing paradise. The consistent wind conditions make it an ideal destination for windsurfers of all levels.
Solta yacht chrater itinerary

8. Brac to Solta

Maslinica, a picturesque village on the western coast of Šolta Island, is a tranquil retreat embraced by the Adriatic Sea. Here, simplicity harmonizes with natural beauty, creating an idyllic setting for those seeking an authentic island escape. Maslinica and its neighboring attractions make Šolta Island a well-rounded destination, offering a balance of history, nature, and authentic Adriatic experiences.

Highlights:

  • Maslinica Castle: A symbol of the village, the charming 18th-century Martinis-Marchi Castle stands proudly on the waterfront. Today, it operates as a luxury hotel, providing a glimpse into the island's history and offering breathtaking views of the Adriatic.
  • Olive Groves and Vineyards: Explore the island's interior, adorned with olive groves and vineyards. Solta is renowned for its high-quality olive oil and indigenous grape varieties. Take a stroll through the groves, breathing in the fragrant aroma of olive trees.
  • Hidden Beaches: Venture beyond the well-known spots to discover hidden beaches along the coastline. Solta's secluded coves, surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, offer a tranquil escape for those seeking privacy and natural beauty.
  • Local Cuisine: Indulge in the local culinary delights at waterfront restaurants and konobas. Fresh seafood, locally produced olive oil, and traditional Dalmatian dishes grace the tables, providing a gastronomic journey through Solta's flavors.
Trogir yacht charter itinerary

9. Solta to Trogir

Nestled on a small island between the mainland and the larger Čiovo Island, Trogir is a Croatian coastal town that unfolds like a living museum, seamlessly blending medieval charm with maritime allure. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trogir is a testament to centuries of cultural and historical richness. Trogir, with its time-honored streets, enchanting architecture, and maritime spirit, is a destination that transcends time, inviting visitors to step into a beautifully preserved medieval canvas on the shores of the Adriatic.

Highlights

  • Cathedral of St. Lawrence (Katedrala sv. Lovre): The crown jewel of Trogir, this stunning cathedral boasts Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance elements. The highlight is Radovan's Portal, an intricately carved masterpiece from the 13th century.
  • Kamerlengo Fortress: Perched along the waterfront, Kamerlengo Fortress stands as a testament to Trogir's medieval fortifications. Climb its towers for panoramic views of the Adriatic and the town.
  • St. Mark's Tower (Kula sv. Marka): This historic tower, strategically positioned at Trogir's northern entrance, provides not only a glimpse into the town's medieval defenses but also offers stunning vistas.
  • St. Dominic Monastery and Museum (Dominikanski samostan): Nestled within the monastery's walls is a tranquil courtyard and a museum that offers a captivating journey through Trogir's religious and cultural history
  • Traditional Markets: Dive into the local atmosphere by exploring Trogir's traditional markets, where fresh produce, crafts, and local delicacies create a colorful and lively scene.
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10. Trogir to Split

Final day of your yacht charter as you bid farewell to Trogir and sail toward the vibrant city of Split. As you set sail, cruise towards Čiovo Island, offering a tranquil interlude for a refreshing swim in secluded bays surrounded by the Adriatic's azure waters.  As the yacht approaches Split's historic port, the silhouette of Diocletian's Palace comes into view, creating a spectacular scene. Marvel at the juxtaposition of ancient architecture against the vibrant energy of the city.

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