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- 7 Days
- Cycle Cruise
Naturist Cruise from Split
A fantastic island-hopping cruise exploring some of the Dalmatian coasts must-see cultural highlights, beauty hot-spots and naturist beaches. We’ll enjoy swimstops in secluded bays, big hits like the beautiful Blue Cave and Roman city of Split, as well as great company on board.
Nudity will be welcome at all times onboard, except at mealtimes. There’ll be opportunities for nude swimming and sunbathing every day.
At a Glance
- Start and finish in the ancient city of Split, a Roman palace which today is the bustling Old Town
- A professional cruise director to guide you around the islands, naturalist beaches and history
- Swimstops from the back of the ship in secluded bays
- Visit several beautiful naturalist beaches during your trip
- Wake up to a different view every day on our island hopping Croatia cruise
- Visit the ethereal Blue Cave
Day by Day Itinerary (B-Breakfast/ L-Lunch/ D-Dinner)
With our departure from Split at 1 p.m., you may want to arrive early to enjoy exploring this ancient 1,700-year-old city. As we cruise to Pucisca on Brac Island, we’ll make a swim stop at Ruskamen, one of the best naturist beaches in the Adriatic.
After anchoring at Pucisca you’ll have the rest of the day to enjoy this pretty coastal down with its Renaissance palaces and Baroque buildings all constructed from the local limestone that’s become world-famous. It’s even been used in building landmarks like the White House.
This evening, pop into one of the local eateries to sample the tasty wine and island fare prepared with the town’s famous olive oil.
Korcula (B, D)
An early morning departure takes us out to the sea again, with a stop near the Mlaska naturist camp for a swim. Cruising on toward Korcula Island, we’ll enjoy lunch in a tranquil bay or at the tip of the Peljesac Peninsula.
In the afternoon we’ll anchor at Korcula Town to enjoy a guided sightseeing tour. As you climb the steps to walk through its gate, you’ll be awed, surrounded by bastions, towers and medieval walls, viewing impressive buildings like the Cathedral of St. Mark and its winged lion.
The evening will be enjoyed at your leisure to dine along the waterfront at one of the many enticing cafes and restaurants.
Crossing to the island of Murter by bridge, we’ll ride to Murter village passing the sea and pine forests. Back on the ship, enjoy lunch while cruising to Dugi otok. Your next ride travels to Telascica Nature Park, home to 15 species of raptors and the rare and endangered peregrine falcon.
After our return to Sali, you’ll be able to join the optional captain’s dinner on board.
Lastovo (B, L, D)
We’ll sail a bit later this morning so you might want to head to Korcula’s open market to pick up some fresh fruit first. Our Croatia naturist tour will bring us to Lastovo today, but we’ll stop at the little island of Badija for a swimming break off one of the naturist beaches.
After our arrival into Ubli port on Lastovo, you can enjoy exploring the town of Lastovo with its lovely historic churches and old stone homes with traditional red-tiled roofs or take advantage of this nature lovers’ dream.
Part of a protected nature park which covers both land and water, the marine area is ideal for snorkeling.
Komiza/Vis (B, L)
Cruising early this morning, we’ll sail to the tiny island of Ravnik, home to the Green Cave with its unique emerald waters the result of light reflecting in the sea from a crack in the grotto’s ceiling.
If weather allows, enjoy a swim here before we continue to Vis, a place for enjoying the “Mediterranean as it once was,” having been shut off to the public for 40 years while used as a strategic harbor for the military. We’ll anchor at the fishing village of Komiza on the island’s west side, allowing you to enjoy exploring the town’s narrow alleyways or relax on one of the pebble beaches with freshwater springs that span the eastern side of the bay.
Stari Grad (B, L)
The world-famous Blue Cave is next on our itinerary with an early morning sail to Bisevo Island. If the weather allows and conditions are right, you’ll get to experience this magical wonder of Mother Nature with the interior of the cave illuminated in a surreal blue glow.
A swim stop on one of the beaches on Jeronim Island follows before we continue our Croatia naturist cruise to visit sunny Hvar Island.
Anchoring in Stari Grad, join an expert guide for an inspirational sightseeing tour through the town, a UNESCO-World Heritage Site and one of the oldest towns in Europe having been founded by the Greeks in the late 4th-century BC.
Bol (B, L)
After breakfast, our Croatia naturist cruise will stop for a swim near a naturist camp that overlooks Brac before cruising over to this island and anchoring at the town of Bol, famous for its beach, Zlatni Rat.
Also known as the Golden Horn for its unique but ever-changing shape that’s transformed with the winds and the waves, you’ll get to enjoy an unforgettable swim in clear cobalt waters that surround it.
Afterwards, head into the fishermen’s town that’s home to many outstanding eateries that serve fresh fish and seafood along with other island delicacies and fine local wines. You may want to rent a scooter or take a hike to reach the top of Vidova Gora for a beautiful panoramic view.
Split (B, L)
The final full day of your Croatia naturist holiday begins by swimming and relaxing in one of the alluring bays on Brac Island. We’ll continue our cruise by visiting Solta Island for another swim top in Livka Cove.
In the late afternoon we’ll arrive at the small fishing village of Stomorska with its postcard-perfect waterfront where fishermen sell their fresh catch while elegant yachts are docked nearby. A favorite of many, it offers lots of charm and incredible hospitable locals.
Back on board the ship, you can look forward to a fun and tasty BBQ party this evening.
With departure day here, we’ll cruise early to make our return to nearby Split. Get your bags packed and ready, enjoy breakfast along the way and farewells to the crew and your fellow passengers, now new friends with checkout upon our arrival.
While goodbyes are always difficult, we hope to welcome you to one of our cruises again – or ask us about extending your adventures in Croatia if you’re not ready to leave just yet.
- Accommodation on a small cruise ship in a cabin with private toilet & shower ensuite. Cabins are bunk beds, twin or double.
- Daily continental breakfast
- Three-course lunch or dinner every day
- Professional cruise guide
- Unlimited water from a dispenser
- Free wifi
- Towels for the week
What's Not Included
- Return flights to Croatia. (Please speak to us about including flights in your package)
- Single person supplement is 70 percent; prices based on double occupancy in double or twin rooms
- Tastings (these can be included, please call to ask)
- Onshore meals
- Port fees and visitor taxes.
- Cabin cleaning service (available upon request)
Departs 14 August 2021 only
- Please contact us for 2022 details