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- 7 Nights
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Croatia Yoga Cruise
Set sail on a Croatia yoga cruise and wake up to a morning yoga session with a different view from the sun deck every day. Our small cruise ship has capacity for just 30 yoga enthusiasts and will visit bucketlist places like the Roman-built city of Split, as well as peaceful and traditional islands like Vis & Solta.
At a Glance
- Start and finish in the ancient city of Split, a Roman palace which today is the bustling Old Town
- A daily yoga, aqua-yoga and meditation program designed for all levels
- Fresh and healthy meals on a half board basis
- Ideal way to take care of yourself in stunning surroundings
- Wake up to a different view every day on our island hopping Croatia cruise
- Visit the ethereal Blue Cave, traditional Vis Island, quaint Lastavo and the famous Golden Horn beach in Bol
Day by Day Itinerary (B-Breakfast/ L-Lunch/ T-Tasting/ D-Dinner)
Welcome to the ancient city of Split where your Croatia yoga cruise begins with our departure at 1 p.m. If you arrive late, you can join us in Omis before we continue sailing to Pucisca on the north side of Brac Island.
You’ll enjoy lunch on board as well as a swim stop, with time to get to know your fellow passengers and meet your yoga teacher during the first meditation session.
After sailing into the port of Pucisca, one of the prettiest villages in all of Europe, you’ll be able to enjoy its many delights, like local eateries that serve delicious island fare prepared with its famous olive oil, complemented with the region’s fine wine.
Korcula (B, L)
Start your morning right with some early exercise on the sundeck followed by breakfast and a swim. We’ll cruise to Korcula Island next, famous as the birthplace of international explorer Marco Polo.
Along the way we’ll stop for meditation in one of the serene bays to enhance the experience.
Upon our arrival, you’ll join our inspiring guide for a tour of the fairytale-like Old Town, a walled city with towers, ramparts and gates. You’ll notice lots of Venetian influences throughout, including the Lions of St. Mark. The evening is at your leisure, enjoy an authentic meal at one of the outstanding konobas tucked along the narrow alleyways, or head to one of the bars and cafes along the waterfront.
Lastovo (B, L, D)
Enjoy an early morning yoga session on the sundeck, warming up under the Mediterranean sun.
We’ll sail to Dalmatia’s furthest inhabited island today, Lastovo. A hidden gem off the southern coast, it’s part of a protected nature park, as a nature lovers’ paradise with lots of secluded bays for swimming and snorkeling among coral and fish.
After anchoring in Ubli port, you can visit the town of Lastovo with its historic churches and old stone homes with traditional red-tiled roofs, or head underwater to explore the park’s marine area. Return to the ship in time for the captain’s dinner this evening.
Vis (B, L)
Vis Island is our destination today – we’ll anchor at either Vis Town or Komiza, depending on the weather and other conditions.
Enjoy an early morning yoga session as we sail to this unspoiled island that was closed off to the public for nearly four decades, while used as a strategic military base. Its isolation has left it practically untouched by tourism, referred to by many as the “Mediterranean as it once was.”
We’ll stop at Green Cave first, enjoying a swim in the unique emerald waters if the weather allows before sailing on. Vis Town on the island’s northern side dates all the way back to the 4th-century BC – if we anchor here, visit the Roman bath ruins, the city museum and enjoy a stroll to view the magnificent Villae Rusticae. Komiza offers some tranquil beaches and narrow alleyways for exploring history.
Blue Cave and Stari Grad (B, L)
An exciting day on your Croatia yoga tour awaits, starting with an early morning yoga session to get things going as we cruise to Bisevo Island.
If conditions allow, you’ll get to witness the surreal beauty that occurs inside the Blue Cave when the rays of the sun enter a crack in the interior, reflecting on the white limestone sea bottom, illuminating the interior with a silvery turquoise glow.
Sailing on to Hvar, we’ll anchor at Stari Grad, one of the oldest towns in Europe, founded in the late 4th century BC. You’ll have the afternoon free to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site following a meditation session.
Bol (B, L)
Get energized under the morning sun with a yoga session on the sundeck. After breakfast we’ll sail to Brac Island, stopping at Bol, famous for its beach that’s one of the most photographed in all of Europe.
You’ll be able to swim in the crystal-clear cerulean waters that surround Zlatni Rat, AKA Golden Horn for its unique shape, which changes with the winds and the waves. The rest of the day is yours for taking advantage of the town’s excellent eateries, many of which serve fresh fish and seafood, and other island delicacies with tasty local wine.
You might rent a scooter or hike to Vidova Gora to enjoy in a breathtaking view or take a stroll along the seaside promenade too.
Solta (B, L)
On our final day of your yoga holiday in Croatia, we’ll cruise to Solta Island, home to gorgeous bays and idyllic beaches. It’s also famous for its Olintio honey made with wild rosemary and its dark olive oil.
We’ll anchor near one of its picturesque fishing villages so that you can enjoy its tranquility and delicious cuisine. Wherever you choose to dine, you won’t want to miss sampling the local wine.
Local producers here make Dobricic, a red wine, from Solta’s indigenous grape using traditional methods which infuses it with rich flavor, especially tasty paired with the fresh catch of the day.
We’ll make an early departure to return Split, just a short sail away. You’ll have time for breakfast and goodbyes to the crew and new friends made before your yoga cruise in Croatia comes to an end.
You might want to plan to stay in this fascinating city that dates back over 1,700 years, founded when 4th-century Roman emperor Diocletian built his retirement residence here, the grand maze-like complex that still stands today. Steps from its east wall is the Green Market, where you’ll find a wealth of seasonal foods with local farms selling herbs, fruit and vegetables, cured meats and artisanal cheeses.
- Accommodation in a spacious double or twin cabin with private toilet/shower ensuite
- Daily continental breakfast
- Professional cruise director
- Three-course lunch or dinner every day and Captain's Dinner
- One guided tour
- Olive oil and wine tasting on board
- Unlimited water from a dispenser and afternoon tea and coffee
- Towels for the week and a change of towels and bed linen mid-week
- Free wifi
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
- Onshore meals
- Port fees and visitor taxes
- Entrance to Lastavo Nature Park
Departs 9 October 2021 Only
- Contact us for 2022 options