DAY 1: SPLIT, WELCOME!
Transfer from Split airport to Split harbor where you will be welcomed by our cruise representative. Check in starts from 13:00h. Get settled and join our welcome reception on board at 07:30 pm.
Welcome dinner on board.
Overnight in Split port.
DAY 2: SPLIT- KORČULA
Early in the morning we set sail for the island of Korčula, rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages with numerous bays and coves. Swim stop in one of the peaceful bays, perfect to enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of the unspoiled nature, lush vegetation and crystal clear sea. Lunch on board.
Afternoon arrival in Korčula. This medieval ”little Dubrovnik”, said to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, has an ancient atmosphere and we will enjoy getting to know it on an interesting tour along its winding streets. After the tour, a wine tasting is organized in a local winery.
Overnight in Korčula.
DAY 3: KORČULA – DUBROVNIK
We continue our journey to Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik guided tour with a licenced guide (walking tour). Afterwards a cable car ride to Srđ mountain for panoramic views of the city.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
DAY 4: DUBROVNIK
Full day in Dubrovnik with optional sea kayak around ancient city walls or optional Game of Thrones tour.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
DAY 5: DUBROVNIK-MLJET
Today we sail to Mljet -the most forested island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls of the Mediterranean. Mljet is also well known for its two salted lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero located at the north end of the island. The Benedictine monastery, situated on the island of St. Mary on the Veliko Jezero, one of the most beautiful locations in the area, is also the most visited spots and symbol of the National Park. Optional tour on bicycles around the national park.
Overnight in port Pomena.
DAY 6: MLJET-HVAR
Early in the morning we set sail to Hvar. It is the longest island in Croatia and the sunniest in all Europe (2724 sunny hours each year) and undeniably among the most beautiful islands in the world. You probably don’t know that the first theatre in Europe is located here in Hvar (older than Shakespeare’s theatre in the UK) which is only one detail testifying to the island’s rich cultural heritage. In the afternoon a wine tasting is arranged at Tomic winery in Jelsa, one of the finest Croatian wineries.
Overnight in Hvar.
DAY 7: HVAR-BOL-SPLIT
Next we head to Brač, the largest island in central Dalmatia famous for two things: one, its radiant white stone used to build Diocletian’s palace in Split, and the White House in Washington, DC, and two, the beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn), a long, pebbly beach near Bol that protrudes over 500m out into the Adriatic sea and, surrounded by deep blue water, changes shape with the wind, which makes it unique in Croatia. If the weather allows, we will make a swim stop there as we prepare lunch on board. Enjoy our last day specialties as we sail to our final port Split. Upon arrival, join the walking tour through Split with an expert guide who will bring the past to life and also tell you a lot about Split today. Stroll the streets and learn many interesting facts that make this unique town’s history full of intrigue. Take part of the story of this more than 1700 years old town, founded by the Roman emperor Diocletian who chose this beautiful place as his retirement residence. Let the story of who he was and why he loved Dalmatia so much amaze you!
Captain’s dinner (farewell dinner in Split)
Overnight in Split.
DAY 8: SPLIT
After breakfast, it’s time to disembark.
Transfer to the airport.