Departure to Milna, Brač island Overnight in Milna, Split is the largest and most important Dalmatian city, the second largest urban center in Croatia. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area and is traditionally considered to be just over 1,700 years old. However, recent archaeological research related to the ancient Greek colony of Aspálathos (6th century BC) establishes that the city is several hundred years older. Protected by UNESCO.


It is a town on the western side of the island of Brač. Small typical island town with Mediterranean charm and atmosphere.

It was settled in the 16th century by shepherds. Today it is a very popular nautical seaside resort, known for good authentic Dalmatian restaurants.


We sail from Milna to Brač towards the Pakleni islands, near the island of Hvar.



Often compared to the “Santorini” of Croatia due to its very Venetian-like architecture, it offers a mix of culture and vibrant restaurant and cafe life.

Hvar offers an exceptional climate with 2,800 hours of sunshine per year.


Departure to Vis Island, night in Vis.


Mediterranean communities already in the Neolithic, 3 thousand years before Christ, inhabited the island of Vis, especially the territory of the current city of Vis.

The name of the island Issa comes from that time and is the name that the island still retains in its Croatian version.

The island of Vis was the best-kept secret of the former Yugoslav government: foreign citizens were completely prohibited from entering Vis, because it was an important military base, but it emerged from a long period of isolation (1945-1989) with intact natural beauty.

Another place on the island of Vis is Komiža, located in a deep bay, on the eastern coast of which large pebble beaches abound (Gusarica, Nova Posta, Velo Zalo), Komiza offers excellent visits to a number of cultural and historical sites: monasteries, strengths. It is famous for its fishermen (Komiza fishermen are also known in San Pedro, California), and they offer fish and other seafood daily.


We leave Vis towards Korčula.

Night in Korčula.


This small resort is located in a very deep bay on the western side of the island of Vis and enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate all year round. Interesting and sheltered anchorage.


Abundant culture and history, defined by its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’, a wonderfully romantic walk runs through the city, along its walls filled with a lively atmosphere. The city of Korcula is also said to have been the birthplace of Marco Polo.


Departure to the island of Mljet.


A town in the bay of the same name, on the western part of the north coast of the island of Mljet. The main sources of income are agriculture and fishing.

The bay is 5.6 km long and up to 3.9 kilometers wide. It is protected by a series of small, completely uninhabited islands (Moracnik, Tajnik, Kobrava, Ovrata). Due to the proximity to lakes Veliko and Malo, there is also the port of Mljet lakes.


Leaving Mljet towards the island of Šipan.


Sometimes called the Golden Island, Sipan is the largest and most populous of the Elaphite Islands (Elafit). The mild winter climate prevails in this small space with a credibly great cultural wealth. There are an enormous number of monuments, more than thirty churches, several monasteries and more than sixty Gothic and Renaissance summer residences of the wealthy class.

In Sipán, unlike any other place, you can wander for hours along well-frequented paths, but you can also find one to yourself, used only by maybe some wild creature. Today, there are few untouched places left in the world.


From Sipan to Dubrovnik.


The city is unique in history and cultural (the Republic of Dubrovnik (1272), world-famous cultural heritage and beauty (inscribed in the List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO) It is one of the most attractive cities and famous Mediterranean attractions. In addition to its natural beauties and well-preserved cultural and historical heritage, Dubrovnik also offers high-quality sightseeing tours.


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