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7-Day Itinerary

Day 1  Split – Brac/Milna

Day 2  Brac/Milna – Vis

Day 3  Vis – Scedro - Korcula

Day 4 Korcula – Hvar

Day 5 Hvar – Stari Grad

Day 6 Stari Grad – Bol – Pucisca

Day 7 Pucisca – Stomorska – Split

Day 1 Split – Brac /Milna

You will embark in Split on Saturday afternoon. The Captain and his crew will help settle into the boat and provide all the basic information before setting sail. Once settled, you will begin a short navigation to reach Milna on the island of Brac, where you will spend the first night. Once there, you will enjoy a pleasant dinner prepared on board.

Milna is a typically Dalmatian small town located on the western part of the island, famous for its historical monuments and the beauty of its landscape. For years, Milna was known for its shipbuilding, the famous Dalmatian boat "Bracera" was first built here. Today, Milna is a popular tourist center and continues to be known as the most beautiful and safest harbor on Brac.

Day 2  Brac/Milna – Vis

On the second day, after a pleasant breakfast, you will sail towards Vis; the farthest island in the Central Dalmatian archipelago.

Vis is known as one of the oldest towns in Croatia, famous for its cultural and historical heritage: ancient Greek ruins, the British fortress of Gradina, and the Renaissance villas and churches of Luka and Kut. After World War II, Vis was an important military base, the center of the Yugoslav navy, and thus was closed to tourists. Even today, many hidden tunnels throughout the island testify to this fact. Some are now tourist attractions, and others are used by the Croatian navy.

Vis is also famous for the quality of its wines, the most well-known are undoubtedly Vugava and Plavac, which can be sampled in numerous restaurants and wineries across the island.

You will spend the night in one of the many bays of Vis.

The town of Komiza is also a must-visit place on the island of Vis, with a somewhat more bohemian atmosphere. From this picturesque fishing village on the south side of the island, one can take an excursion to the small island of Bisevo, famous for its Blue Cave. Vis has a long list of natural charms to visit. In addition to the Blue Cave (Blue Cave or Modra Spilijana), where you can enter with a small boat (dinghies are not allowed), there is also the Green Cave, Stiniva beach, a hidden beach on the southern part of the island that stretches between two imposing cliffs, considered the most beautiful beach in Vis and the best way to reach this beach is by boat. Other beaches worth visiting are Zaglav, Vela Smokova, Milna, and Gusarica. For diving enthusiasts, there are many attractions, such as sunken ships, in the depths of Vis.

The movie Mamma Mia was filmed in Vis in 2017.

Day 3  Vis – Scedro – Korcula

After breakfast, you will continue the trip to the island of Scedro, located along the southern coast of the island of Hvar. Protected as a natural park, it has pristine beauty and many hidden coves. It’s an ideal place where they will stop for a swim and enjoy its crystal-clear waters.

Then you wlll continue the journey to the island of Korcula, more specifically to the town of Korcula, the birthplace of the famous traveler-writer and adventurer Marco Polo. Korcula is located on a small peninsula surrounded by walls and stone fortresses. It’s a vibrant city that exudes life, art, and history from all sides. With narrow, steep streets, white houses, and red roofs, it has a mix of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture, and is very reminiscent of the city of Dubrovnik on a smaller scale and perhaps with slightly less tourism. If lucky, at night one might witness the Moreska dance; a traditional dance with swords that probably originated in Spain and from there came to this part of the Mediterranean. In Korcula, it’s worth visiting St. Mark’s Cathedral, a small cathedral with the painting of The Three Saints by Tintoretto on the altar. The Abbey Palace, and the Gabriellis Palace.

Restaurants in Korcula: Adio Mare (Ul. Svetog Roka.

Day 4  Korcula – Hvar

After breakfast, you will continue the journey to Pakleni otoci (“The Hell Islands”). This is a group of small islands off the town of Hvar. It’s a unique natural beauty and the most recognizable part of the island of Hvar. In the afternoon or evening (according to your preferences) a transfer to the town of Hvar can be organized.

Hvar is the tourist, administrative, and cultural center of the island. It’s famous for its intense nightlife and its numerous bars, restaurants, and elite hotels where many celebrities have fun. But Hvar is also very well known for its rich cultural and historical heritage, dating mainly from the 16th and 17th centuries. Besides history, nature is something that will fascinate you in Hvar. From the magical lavender fields filled with delicious aromas, through the fascinating vineyards on the southern part of the island, to the rugged bays and secluded coves of the Pakleni Islands chain, offering perfect anchorage spots. They will spend the night in one of the beautiful bays of Hvar.

Restaurants in Hvar center: Bonaca Lola Konoba & Bar garden Zori Gariful Marina Palmizana.

Another must-try in Hvar is the sweets from the Nonica patisserie, all the cakes are homemade, and you’ll have a hard time choosing from the wide variety they offer. And if you fancy a lively sunset, cocktail in hand, you can’t miss the Hula Hula Bar. It’s situated in a strategic location to enjoy the sunset.

Day 5  Hvar – Stari Grad

After breakfast, you will continue the journey to the town of Stari Grad, which is also located on the island of Hvar. Stari Grad (Pharos) is the oldest town in Croatia. The history of Stari Grad begins in 385 BC, when the Greeks founded a colony on Hvar called Pharos. About 100 years later, the Romans took over the place. Unfortunately, no remains from this period have survived. Stari Grad has interesting historical sites to visit: the Mausoleum and the Palace of Sime Ljubic, the old Palace of Tvrdalj, the nearby square is an ideal place for a coffee, the church of St. Stephen, the Dominican Monastery and the Churches of St. Roch, St. Nicholas, and St. Jerome; the latter dedicated to sailors and travelers. The sweet lavender tart that can be tasted in some restaurants in Stari Grad is something not to be missed.

Day 6  Stari Grad – Bol – Pucisca

Your next stop on the itinerary is the island of Brac, in the town of Bol. Bol is situated on the southern part of the island of Brac. The island is especially famous for Zlatni Rat Beach (Golden Horn), a beach of small white pebbles and horn-shaped, making it unique in the world. Bol lies at the foot of Vidova Gora mountain (778m), the highest peak of the Adriatic islands, and the Illyrian fortress Kostilo (660m). After dining (lunch) surrounded by pristine nature and a few more hours of sun and water activities, you will continue towards the stunning and deep hidden bay of the picturesque town of Pucisca, also located on the island of Brac. Known as the “Port of the 13 Towers”, Pucisca was for centuries an ideally protected harbor, as it was hidden and well fortified. You can still find remnants of some of these towers while strolling through the village. What best describes Pucisca is the white limestone. The quarries have always been an important part of Pucisca’s history and have been used to construct famous buildings in Croatia and abroad, one of them being the Diocletian’s Palace in Split. All the houses in this town are made of stone. Pucisca was recently included in the list of the 10 most beautiful towns in Europe, confirming that this small town is one of the undiscovered pearls of the Adriatic.

Day 7  Pucisca – Stomorska – Split

After breakfast, you continue your journey and stop at Stomorska located on the island of Solta. There, you can swim, sunbathe, and enjoy water sports surrounded by nature. Stomorska is 9 nautical miles away from Split, established in a deep bay on the island of Solta. After Necujam, it’s the most significant village on the island, so it’s well connected to Split through frequent daily boat and ferry lines. Unlike most other villages and small towns of the Dalmatian islands, Stomorska has lively days and nights; a great tourist offer supported by numerous restaurants, pizzerias, and night bars. After visiting and stopping at Stomorska, in the afternoon you return to the port where you will spend the last night of this fascinating charter holiday.

Day 8  Desembarque en Split

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