KRSTARENJE JADRANOM - 8 DANA

Croatia, Central Dalmatia, Split

Duration
8 days / 7 overnights
Price per person
from € 623 € 570

SPLIT – BRAČ (MILNA) – HVAR – VIS – KORČULA – MLJET (POMENA) – MAKARSKA – BRAČ (PUČIŠĆA) – SPLIT

For those who want to experience a romantic cruise along the Adriatic coast, spend their vacation enjoying the natural beauty of the Croatian coast, great ambience and crystal clear sea, we suggest a cruise on a traditional wooden sailing ship. This type of vacation is special, every detail is tailored to suit your personal needs so that you can have a great time, every time. You will swim in the unrealistically beautiful bays of the crystal clear sea and once again see for yourself that our Adriatic is the most beautiful sea in the world.

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Maja, , Lower deck
Max. guests: 2
Price per night from
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€ 623
Maja, , Upper deck
Max. guests: 2
Price per night from
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€ 663

Itinerary

Day
1
SPLIT – BRAČ, MILNA
Departure time: 12:30

After boarding the ship, there is a welcome drink and a great lunch with introduction to the crew and other passengers. After the first voyage we arrive in Milna on Brač, where we will spend the first night on the boat. Milna is located on the west coast of Brač, 18 km from Supetar. It is famous for its beautiful bay where the ships of Emperor Diocletian often found a safe harbor during the construction of his palace in Split.

Day
2
MILNA – HVAR

The second day takes us to the island of Hvar, a favorite destination of many famous world stars. Hvar, with its impressive centuries-old history, offers beautiful bays of the Hvar archipelago, ideal for swimming. Hvar is a beautiful Dalmatian town of bustling nightlife and with many excellent restaurants that specialize in local cuisine as well as exotic specialties. Those with a calmer spirit will be delighted by their rich past dating back to prehistory, to the Iron Age when the Illyrians built a fort and thus began building this Dalmatian pearl, and its cultural heritage, including the first public theater in Europe opened in 1612. Overnight in the town of Hvar.

Day
3
HVAR – VIS

In the morning we set sail for Vis - the most remote island of the central Dalmatian archipelago. Known for its cultural richness and historical heritage, as well as for its natural beauty. The Greek writer Agatarhid praised the surplus wines in his works, and stated that they are better compared to other varieties he has tried. The most authentic wine is certainly the famous surplus vugava that you can try in many restaurants and taverns around the island. Vis is also known as one of the "forbidden islands" during communism. It was the center of the Yugoslav Navy and therefore banned for tourists. Even today we can find many hidden tunnels throughout the island that testify to this. Some of them are now tourist attractions, and some are in the service of the Croatian Navy. Overnight in the city with barbecue dinner and a beautiful sunset.

Day
4
VIS – KORČULA

In the morning we set sail for Korčula. The island was inhabited in prehistory, as evidenced by finds from the Old Stone Age found in the Vela Cave. According to legend, the island was also inhabited by the Trojan hero Antenor in the 12th century BC. After the Greeks, Illyrians and Romans, Korčula has been under the rule of the Venetian Republic since the 10th century, which has left a big mark, especially in the architecture of the town of Korčula. But despite everything, the city is still best known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, who was probably born there in 1254, and reminders of him can be found in every corner, including the extremely interesting Marco Polo Museum, which you must visit when visiting of this beautiful Dalmatian town. You can use the evening to get to know the city and enjoy the gastronomic specialties offered by many small restaurants.

Day
5
KORČULA – NP MLJET (POMENA)

In the morning we sail a little further south towards the island of Mljet, where you simply have to visit the National Park and the famous salt lakes and enjoy the ride to the island of Sv. Marija, followed by a tour of the monastery and the old church from the 12th century (ticket to the Mljet National Park for an additional fee). On the beautiful Mljet we will enjoy the captain's with traditional dishes (appetizer prosciutto, cheese, fish pate, pasticada, fish, dessert, homemade wine) with emphasis on the tradition of Dalmatia, aromas and flavors of wine and olive oil, sea and salt. A special feature of the dinner will be the story of building a ship.

Day
6
MLJET – MAKARSKA

In the morning we sail towards the town at the foot of the mountain Biokovo, with stops along the way in beautiful bays for swimming. Overnight in Makarska.

Day
7
MAKARSKA – BRAČ (PUČIŠĆA)

On the seventh day of our cruise, we sail towards the town of Pučišća, known for its long tradition of stonemasonry. We swim in the bay on the island of Brač and in the evening we suggest a romantic walk in the quiet town of Pučišće with a beautiful sunset and enjoying the gastronomic delicacies of local restaurants.

Day
8
BRAČ (PUČIŠĆA) – SPLIT

In the morning there will be a cruise to Split with breakfast and farewell from this wonderful ship, crew and, hopefully, new friends that you will make in these 7 days. After disembarking, you can visit, as we like to say, ‘the most beautiful city in the world’ - Split! With its 1700-year-long history, Split offers you a lot, from cultural and historical heritage to entertainment. A place that you must not, and cannot, bypass in Split is Diocletian's Palace. Built in the 3rd century BC. Kr., Was originally made as a summer residence of the Roman emperor Diocletian, but over time the palace became a city, which today is the administrative, cultural and traffic center of Split-Dalmatia County and the second largest city in Croatia. The Palace itself was included in the UNESCO list of protected cultural heritage in 1979. In the city you can visit other sights such as Diocletian's cellars, the Cathedral of St. Duje (patron saint of the city), many squares, museums, galleries, city park-forest Marjan… Of particular interest is the monument to Gregory of Nin, which according to legend you must touch your big toe and make a wish come true 🙂

Terms of travel

Price includes

  • welcome drink
  • 7 nights in air-conditioned lounge and double cabins - double bed (double bed) / bunk bed - all cabins are with air conditioning, private bathroom - shower, toilet + washbasin
  • 2 towels included (one large and one small)
  • included water from the water dispensers during the cruise
  • 7 half board - breakfast and lunch every day
  • (Lunch: 3 courses of traditional Croatian dishes with a note of Mediterranean flavors by chef Hrvoje +2 dinners included with one drink included (aperitif + fine homemade wine)
  • Dinners are BBQ traditional barbecue on deck + Captain's dinner with a note of Mediterranean flavors and a story about the history of the ship (choice of menu: meat or fish menu) - are designed for overnight stays on Mljet and Vis because there is a smaller selection of restaurants
  • deck chairs, mattresses and diving and fishing equipment
  • free WI-FI

Price excludes

  • Local tax and port taxes 300 kn (40 €) per person / week (pay also children) - MANDATORY payment on board
  • costs of personal orders: drinks on board
  • tickets for NP Mljet (adults 150 kn per person, children 8 to 18 years 50 kn)
  • tip for the entire crew of the ship (recommendation per guest approx. 250 kn for a week) - payment on board
  • surcharge if you travel alone -> for single use cabin + 70%
  • arrival to / from the port of Split, parking in Split, approx. 70 € in the garage, possibility of transport from the garage to the port in one direction 7 € per car (approx. 2 km), garage reservation online: https://www.splitcarparking.com/

Note

Departures are guaranteed for a minimum of 18 registered persons. The organizer reserves the right to cancel departures if there are less than 18 registered persons. Guests should abide by the rules of conduct on board (set out in writing on each ship), especially regarding the prohibition of bringing drinks on board. In case of inappropriate behavior, the organizer / captain reserves the right to ask the guest to leave the ship.

The ship's captain reserves the right to change and / or change the route due to weather conditions, as well as conditions in the ports visited. The order of visits may differ from the one published in case the ports are crowded, with the intention of providing a better experience to the guest.

Responsible organizer: AT

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