A week's Sail in Croatia

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Drop anchor in secluded inlets, pull into hidden beaches and explore the many caves along Croatia's stunning coastline.

Perfect for families & friends.

There's a vessel to suit all party sizes.

Highlights

Solta, Vis, Pakleni Archipelago, Hvar, Bol.

When to visit

Anytime between May to October.

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Discover hidden spots only accessible by boat, whilst soaking up the sun and watching the coast slide by.

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Day 1: Board at Split

Board your vessel in Split and sail toward Šolta Island, noted for its superb olive oil and honey. Known as 'the island of olive', Šolta has to be one of the most beautiful Croatian islands, famed for its numerous beautiful bays, unspoiled natural environment, rocky coastline and charming rustic villages. Whilst there are less olive trees than centuries ago, the island is still considered by many to produce Croatia's finest olive oil. Overnight in the port village of Rogač or in one of the nearby hidden bays.

Day 2: To Brac

After a leisurely morning, sail to Brač, one of the more mountainous islands along the Dalmatian coast, with the highest peak of the Adriatic islands. Overnight either dropping anchor in the lovely bays around Milna and Bobovisce, or in the town's ACI Marina.

Day 3: To Vis Island

Leave Brač Island in the morning and sail toward Biševo and Vis Island. These islands are famous for their inlets and caves, the most famous being Modra Špilja, accessible only by boat. On a sunny day, sunlight beams through an underwater passage, illuminating the cave with a glowing azure colour. Explore hidden coves and beaches before arriving in Vis Town in the afternoon where you'll spend the night.

Day 4: Approach Hvar

Enjoy the morning relaxing, swimming and snorkelling in crystal clear Adriatic. Visit Pakleni Archipelago, located off the southwest coast of the island of Hvar.

In brief

With more than a thousand islands, historic cities and sleepy Mediterranean villages, Croatia’s coastline is one of the most beautiful in the world. This 7 day circular itinerary from Split takes in some of the highlights the Adriatic has to offer.

Optional activity - Day 2

Enjoy an exclusive private morning tour of Šolta, with honey making and olive oil tasting, followed by lunch at the Olynthia estate.

Optional activity - Day 4

A private tour of the old military tunnels of Vis Island followed by an authentic dinner in the tavern in the hillside of the island.

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Day 5: Hvar Island

Enjoy a morning at leisure before sailing towards Hvar Island. Known as the ‘Croatian Madeira’, the island of Hvar is surrounded by crystal blue waters and is home to ancient villages, lavender fields, olive plantations and vineyards, enchanting stone streets and old Venetian palaces. Overnight in Hvar Bay or in ACI Marina on Pakleni Islands.

Day 6: Return to Brac

This morning sail to Brač Island, arriving in charming village of Bol, the oldest town on Brac. The area is characterized by beautiful beaches, the most famous of which is Zlatni Rat.

Day 7: Time to Anchor

Enjoy your last day on this magnificent island. Explore the underwater world and hidden bays before sailing back to Split and anchoring there for your last night.

Optional activity - Day 5

Enjoy an exclusive wine tour of Hvar island followed by dinner in an abandoned village of Malo Grablje.

Optional activity - Day 7

An island discovery tour taking in historic towns, caves and monasteries, followed by a traditional lunch in the abandoned village of Dol.

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