YACHT CHARTER CROATIA: SAMPLE ITINERARY
DAY 1 :
Start your Yacht Charter Croatia holiday from Split harbour. Set sail around lunch time and towards Milna where you will spend your first night on board. Milna is a village and municipality on the western side of the island of Brač, Split-Dalmatia county, Croatia. It is situated in a deep bay oriented towards the island of Mrduja and Split Channel, on the west.
DAY 2 :
The next day, continue your cruise towards Hvar, stopping to swim in the stunning water along the way. Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic and is one of Croatia’s hotspots. The city offers plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes that are open long into the night.
DAY 3 :
The next morning you are in Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo. Another cruising day with swim stops on the way. In Korcula, you can visit Marco Polo’s house before a sunset cocktail. The Korcula coastline is blessed with many pebble beaches and little inlets that offer a warm and tranquil atmosphere. Adding to this it enjoys a mild climate and its isolation on the Adriatic Sea provides visitors peaceful and relaxing atmosphere.
DAY 4 :
After a nice breakfast in Korcula, set sail for Dubrovnik. Enjoy the beautiful scenery on the way to the city. Once in Dubrovnik take a walk through Stradun, a promenade and square inside the city walls or for those with a bit more energy, walk along the top of the 1,940m long city walls. It is said that those who are looking for paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik. The churches, monasteries and museums ornamented with finely carved stone recall an eventful history and a vibrant artistic tradition.
DAY 5 :
Start the journey towards Mljet where you can explore the salt lakes in the National Park by foot, bicycle or scooter. Enjoy the sun and sea on this peaceful island. Mjlet is renowned in the area for hosting the Port of Polace which is the principal harbor and the main port of call for Ferries in the northern part of the island.
DAY 6 :
From Mljet, cruise across the Makarska Riviera located on the coast of mainland Croatia, where you can spend the afternoon swimming at one of the many beautiful beaches on the Riviera. The town of Makarska is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Adriatic coast called the Makarska Riviera which is renowned for offering the clearness of the blue sea with long pebbly beaches and many pine forests.
DAY 7 :
Start the journey back to Split, via Omis. Split is a UNESCO World Heritage city, and has an abundance of Roman architecture including Diocletian’s Palace. You can spend the night on board. At Split, you can find several museums.