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7 Day Itinerary Split - Dubrovnik

Day 1  Split – Milna (Brac)

Day 2  Milna – Hvar

Day 3  Hvar - Vis

Day 4  Vis – Korcula  

Day 5  Korcula - Mljet

Day 6  Mljet - Sipan

Day 7  Sipan – Dubrovnik

Day 1 Split - Milna (Brac)

Boarding in Split on Saturday afternoon. The captain and the crew will be waiting to help you settle into the boat and provide you with all the necessary information before setting sail. Once settled, you will sail to Milna, on the island of Brac, where you will spend the first night. You will enjoy a pleasant dinner prepared on board.

Milna is a typical fishing port with stone houses, narrow streets, and a church that dominates the village. If you decide to visit this beautiful Baroque church, dedicated to Our Lady of the Annunciation, you will enjoy works by Venetian artists while the sound of a 19th-century organ resonates in the background. The church bell tower offers beautiful views.

For years, Milna was known for its shipbuilding, and the famous Dalmatian bracera boat was first built here. Today, Milna is a popular tourist center and still holds the reputation of being the most beautiful and safe port in Brac.

The untouched nature of the area, coupled with pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, creates an idyllic setting for your first night in the Adriatic. You might wake up to the gentle sounds of seagulls and the melodies of returning fishermen after a night of fishing.

Day 2  Milna - Hvar

On the way to your next destination, the city of Hvar on the island of the same name, you'll have the opportunity to make a stop for a swim at the most famous and beautiful beach in the Adriatic - Zlatni Rat, translated as the Golden Horn. This pebble beach with a unique, elongated peninsula shape turns its tip left or right depending on the wind and currents. It's unquestionably an unusual phenomenon. However, as Zlatni Rat is mostly a crowded and busy beach, the captain will find another more secluded and peaceful spot for you to enjoy your first meal on board. After anchoring in a beautiful hidden bay, you'll have free time before lunch to engage in water sports, swim in the clear turquoise waters, or simply relax in the sun or shade, enjoying your drink or reading your favorite book.

Following a pleasant onboard lunch, you'll spend a few more hours in this relaxed environment. In the late afternoon, you'll visit the city of Hvar, one of the most popular places in the Adriatic.

Hvar is known for its vibrant nightlife and numerous bars and restaurants, but even if you're not too much into the "party scene," we recommend visiting this small and charming city. The central part of the city is Pjaca, the main square, the largest and most beautiful in Dalmatia. The square is surrounded by St. Stephen's Cathedral, the Episcopal Palace, and the Arsenal. Hvar is also home to the oldest public theater in Europe, established in 1612, located in the Arsenal. We suggest taking a short walk up to the Fortress (Fortica) and enjoying a breathtaking view of the Pakleni Islands, a chain of islands that protects Hvar's harbor from the south.

Hvar is also known as the sunniest island in the Adriatic, so it's no wonder it's famous for its vineyards and high-quality wines. If you're interested, wine tastings can be arranged at a local winery. Lavender flowers or agave plant lace, handmade by Benedictine nuns from the monastery, are some unique souvenirs you can take from this island. You'll enjoy the rest of the afternoon anchored in the silence of the turquoise waters somewhere in the Pakleni Islands.

Restaurantes: Giaxa, Gariful, Passarola, Di Vino.

Day 3  Hvar - Vis

Después del desayuno servido en un entorno natural privilegiado, navegarán hasta su siguiente destino: la isla de Vis.

Vis es una isla con mucha historia. De todas las islas habitadas de Croacia, Vis es la más alejada de la costa y la más enigmática. Este aislamiento preservó la isla del desarrollo, dejándola despoblada durante muchos años. Muchos visitantes, y en especial los navegantes, acuden cada vez más a Vis, que ha conservado el antiguo e irresistible encanto mediterráneo.

La localidad de Komiza, es también un lugar de visita obligada en la isla de Vis. Es un típico pueblo pesquero del Mediterráneo, situado en una bahía, con sencillas casas de piedra y una atmosfera bohemia.

A sólo 5 millas náuticas de Komiza se encuentra la isla de Bisevo, donde se puede visitar la famosa Cueva Azul.

Además de la Cueva Azul (Blue Cave o Modra Spilijana) en la que se puede entrar con un barquito (no permiten dinghies), también se puede visitar la Cueva Verde. La playa de Stiniva, es una playa escondida en la parte meridional de la isla, que se extiende entre dos acantilados imponentes; es considerada una de las playa mas bonita de Vis y la mejor forma de acceder es en barco. También merecen la pena las playas de Zaglav, Vela Smokova, Milna y Gusarica. Los aficionados al buceo encontrarán barcos hundidos en las profundidades de Vis.

Otra opción en Vis, es hacer una excursión enológica y probar su famoso vino, Vugava, en alguna de sus bodegas.

En Vis se rodó en 2017 la película Mamma Mía 2.

Restaurantes: Bar Konoba & Lola, Konoba Kantun, Pojoda.

Sitios intersantes que visitar:  Iglesia y Monasterio Franciscanos, fuerte George, Museo Arqueológico, Cueva Azul (Isla Biševo).