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Dalmatian One Way Wonders
Trogir - Solta - Hvar/Pakleni Islands - Vis - Peljesac - Korcula - Mljet - Dubrovnik
Enjoy seven nights cruising the Croatian coast and island jewels on board a private gulet yacht with an itinerary that can be customized according to your own particular needs and desire. Look forward to an ideal combination of spectacular destinations to explore and comfortable accommodation for peaceful nights on the Adriatic. On your Croatia Gulet Charter to Dubrovnik, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to relax, sunbathe and enjoy the scenery, along with activities from optional sightseeing tours to hiking and biking. Each day you can stop for refreshing swims in secluded bays and enjoy a variety of water sports. We suggested booking half-board meals (breakfast and lunch), enjoying dinner in ports to sample the widest range of the tasty local Dalmatian fare and wine.
At a Glance
- Private yacht experience with a flexible itinerary onboard an elegant vessel with comfortable accommodation
- Discover spectacular islands filled with beautiful bays and pristine Old Towns
- Enjoy delicious on board dining with a gourmet breakfast and lunch provided daily (subject to food packages booked as part of the charter)
- Enjoy swim stops in secluded bays with crystal-clear water
- Unwind while soaking up the sun and scenery on deck or in the Jacuzzi
- Relax in cushioned lounging areas during the day and watch the stars at night
- Take advantage of water sports with equipment like kayaks, snorkels and fins included
- Visit some of the most captivating islands and medieval towns in the Adriatic
- Enjoy your evenings sampling local cuisine in a different island each evening
- Exceptional personal service from a crew dedicated to just you and your companions
Day by Day Itinerary
Trogir is an ideal place to begin your cruise, less than 10 minutes from Split International Airport. You’ll want to arrive early to spend time in this this 2,300-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to some of the most well-preserved Romanesque-Gothic architecture in all of Central Europe. Stroll the narrow streets and wide seaside promenade overlooking the Venetian castle and fortress, Kamerlengo which dates back to the mid-15th-century. You might want to visit the Trogir Museum, Central Square and the Town Gate. The Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral of St. Lawrence is not to be missed. Afterward, hop on board and get settled into your comfortable cabin.
Trogir - Solta
After departing Trogir, we recommend stopping at nearby Solta. A less-visited island, while it has no famous attractions, it offers plenty of tranquil beauty with crystal-clear turquoise bays, unspoiled beaches and sheltered coves. In Stomorska, you can hire a bike to explore the coast and inlands routes, wining through olive groves, vineyards, woods and alongside the sea. An island of honey, wine and olives, be sure to sample these local delights, like the Olintio honey made with wild rosemary. This evening, enjoy the local wine and cuisine that often includes olive oil, produced from local families from olives grown on their own trees.
Solta – Hvar/Pakleni Islands
Journey to Hvar next, one of Croatia’s most famously beautiful, with many options for wine tasting, hikes and sightseeing. Hvar Town has an alluring history center that’s worth exploring for its medieval architecture, and it’s also renowned for its world-class restaurants, trendy bars and buzzing nightlife. After dark, it’s a popular place to party, bringing jetsetters from across the globe, so you might want to cruise over to Stari Grad to enjoy a more peaceful night’s rest. From here, you can also sail over to the small Pakleni archipelago to enjoy the striking natural beauty, with glistening bays for refreshing dips.
Hvar – Vis
Sailing from Hvar, cruise north to Vis Island, known as the “Mediterranean as it once was.” The furthest island in the central Dalmatian archipelago, it offers unspoiled natural beauty and a rich cultural and historic heritage. The ancient town of Vis has a picturesque port and offers a great museum to explore it along with impressive archaeological treasures. From the port of Komiza, you can take a day trip to nearby Bisevo Island, home to the world-renowned Blue Cave. You’ll hop on a smaller boat, to head into the narrow entrance and see the interior lit in a magical blue glow.
Vis – Peljesac – Korcula
This evening, you might want to anchor near Korcula Town, but first we recommend stopping in the small port of Loviste on the Peljesac Peninsula where you’ll find a number of small coves that are ideal for a swim. Continue to Korcula Island, famous as the birthplace of international explorer Marco Polo. In the medieval walled town, complete with impressive ramparts and towers, you’ll find narrow cobbled streets and alleyways, arranged in a unique fishbone pattern to help protect it from the elements. You’ll notice the Venetian influence in the buildings and discover plenty of interesting shops, galleries and tasty restaurants serving traditional local fare.
Korcula - Mljet
Mljet is the next perfect spot, a favorite among many as one of the Croatian coasts greenest and most beautiful islands. You can anchor just outside of the entrance to Mljet National Park which covers a significant part of the island. A short walk will bring you to its two famous saltwater lakes, where you can swim from a beach, take a stroll along the scenic paths, rent bicycles or kayaks to do some more exploring. The larger lake, Great Lake, is home to a tiny islet in the middle which houses an ancient Benedictine monastery that’s fun to visit.
Mljet – Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the ideal place to end your cruise. The “Pearl of the Adriatic” as it’s often called is a stunning medieval walled city with marble paved streets lined with impressive architecture. There are many things to do here, including taking a walk atop the walls that circle the historic center, viewing the red-tiled roofs on one side and the sparkling Adriatic on the other. Enjoy a bird’s-eye view by riding the cable car to Mount Srd, sip wine in an order café along the Stradun, visit a fortress and enjoy a romantic dinner in one of the many outstanding restaurants.
Your unforgettable yacht experience ends this morning. Finishing up in Dubrovnik, we highly recommend booking accommodation here so that you’ll have more time to get to know this beautiful city. There are plenty of fabulous day trips within easy reach of the countryside, including opportunities for cooking classes inside a local’s home, as well as nearby islands to explore like Lokrum, a tiny island just offshore that’s a 10-minute ferry ride away. You’ll get a spectacular view of the imposing forts in Dubrovnik’s Old City while being able to visit 11th-century monastery ruins, and enjoying sunbathing and swimming.
- 7-Night private gulet with capacity for 10-12 guests.
- Breakfast and lunch served daily by the on board chef
- Very experienced captain, crew and on board chef catering to your needs
- Daily cabin cleaning service
- Including fuel and local city taxes
- Fully air-conditioned throughout
- Private return airport/hotel transfers
- Water toys are included
- Free Wi-Fi throughout the trip
What's Not Included
- Return flights to Croatia. (Please speak to us about including flights in your package)
2021 Departures from Trogir
- May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
- June 5, 12, 19, 26
- July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
- August 7, 14, 21, 28
- September 4, 11, 18, 25
- October 2, 9