Croatia: Split Hvar-Dubrovnik

Itinerary:

Day 1: This journey starts in Trogir next to Split, a city that lies on a large bay and is the gateway to the numerous islands of the Dalmatian coast. Boarding starts at 5.30 pm.

Day 2: The island of Hvar is also known as the St. Tropez of Croatia. In front of the entrance to the towns harbor there are a few small islands with numerous of bays, an ideal spot for swimming.

Day 3: The next day we sail to the island Vis, which has fifty-four bays and coves. Stopping in one of the many bays for a swim and a lunch break, before we sail in to town.

Day 4: We set course for the islands Korcula and sail into the deep bay of Vela Luka. Korcula is the island with the most abundant vegetation in the Adriatic. Here we find a nice mooring for the night and have diner on board.

Day 5: The green island of Lastavo is surrounded by islets. Lastavo is an island of rare beauty and spectacular natural bays. Skrivena Luka (The hidden port) is one of the most beautiful coves on the island of Lastavo. The view from the meteorological station on the peak is amazing.

Day 6: Another great day of sailing through the clear deep blue clear waters of the Adriatic. Our destination today is the National park on the island of Miljet. The entrance to the natural bay of Polace is narrow and stunning. Here you can rent a bike and visit the National park. The Benedictine monastery and the church of St. Mary from the 12th Century are worth visiting. In the evening we enjoy a deliciously roasted local meal which is cooked on an outdoor fire.

Day 7: Our last sailing day of this week gets us to Dubrovnik. This town with an unique political and cultural history must be one of the, if not the most attractive monumental city on the Mediterranean. Dinner in the old town.

Day 8: 
For the guys who booked two weeks: Day off to explore Dubrovnik. For the one week passengers: Time to say goodbye to your new friends and disembark after breakfast.

This itinerary is subject to change. Local circumstances such as weather may influence the itinerary.

Travel Information

You can fly to Split International airport from where it is a short taxi drive to the Marina in Trogir.  After two weeks we are back in Split (Trogir). If you join us just one week, you can take a bus back from Dubrovnik to Split, or fly back home from Dubrovnik International airport. There is a good bus connection between the two cities, https://www.buscroatia.com/ 5,5 hours, about 18 euro. Or take the fast ferry Dubrovnik to Split: https://www.croatiaferries.com/split-dubrovnik-ferry.htm 4,5 hours, 3 times a day.You can also book a local flight from Dubrovnik back to Split with Croatian airlines (30 min).