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7 Day Itinerary

Dubrovnik – Mljet -Korcula- Vis-Bisevo- Hvar- Brac- Split

Croatia is a true paradise for sailing. A country of more than a thousand islands located quite close to each other, gives the unique opportunity to those cruising onboard of a luxury yacht to wake up every morning on a new splendid island.

Croatia will fascinate everyone looking for new experiences: crystal clear blue water, perfect spots for various water sports, colorful picturesque villages, natural parks, UNESCO-protected historic cities, dramatic waterfalls and vibrant nightlife.



Meet your yacht in the port of Dubrovnik near the historic old town. Explore the city white limestone streets, baroque buildings and ancient city walls. If you are “Game of Thrones” fan, don’t miss the chance to take a tour of the locations that feature in the TV series. Come back on board for a welcome lunch prepared by your private chef.

In the afternoon, visit stunning Botanical gardens and monastery on the uninhabited island of Lokrum.


Cruise to Mljet. This isolated and untouched island is well known for its rich cultural heritage (among which is an impressive 12th century Benedictine monastery) and unique National park where you can explore local flora and fauna and enjoy the pristine beauty of nature.


After a breakfast onboard, visit Korcula and get lost in its narrow charming streets with a mix of Gothic and Renaissance buildings. Take a chance to try the local cuisine and enjoy the gorgeous view in Filippi restaurant. Visit local wineries and taste one of the best Adriatic wines produced here.


Visit Vis and Bisevo islands. After a mesmerizing Vis with its sea fares, fishermen and beautiful natural surroundings, don’t miss the chance to explore the unique Blue Cave on Bisevo with its numeric entrances both above and below sea level. When the sea is calm, the light paints the interior of the cave in blue and everything above the water line, in silver. Come back on board to enjoy sunset cocktails and delicious dinner from your chef.


Cruise to Hvar – the longest Adriatic island, holding the record for the number of sunny days per year. Take advantage of water toys while moored in a picturesque bay.


Explore the island of Brac with its bays covered with forests of cypress trees and magic sandy beaches. Don’t miss Zlatni rat in Bol beach, which is included on the list of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world. Covered with fine sand, it has a triangular shape with a prominent peak in the sea, the direction of which depends on the direction of the current.


Rest on the yacht, sunbathing on the deck and enjoying stunning surroundings with a glass of chilled champagne. Cruise to Split for disembarkation.

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7 Day Itinerary

Dubrovnik – Mljet -Korcula- Vis-Bisevo- Hvar- Brac- Split

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