An idyllic Croatian island-hopping cruise around the pretty coastline
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Cruise Croatia's glimmering coastline on a motorised yacht, combining city, beach and island visits - includes half board, a welcome dinner and all travel
Arrive in Dubrovnik and meet your captain and fellow crew members. Dinner is served on board with the captain, then you’ll stay aboard the boat for the night. Opt to go for a few drinks with your fellow crew mates or get a good night’s kip in preparation for the week ahead. (Meals: dinner).
Day 2: Dubrovnik
After breakfast enjoy discovering the city of Dubrovnik, otherwise known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’. This is arguably one of the Med's most beautiful cities whose ancient fortress walls reveal a cavalcade of red roofs, marble streets and baroque buildings. Post exploration enjoy a tasty lunch on board and then you’ve got the rest of the day at leisure. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)
Day 3: Dubrovnik – Pomena (Mljet Island)
Enjoy a leisurely sail from here to the paradise isle of Mljet, home to a national park and a couple of mirror-like lakes, taking in mythical tales of Odysseus' shipwreck on magical St Mary’s island. Drop anchor in Pomena, a charming hidden port famed for its pretty scenery. Spend the evening at leisure and opt to explore the local restaurants for dinner. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)
Day 4: Pomena (Mljet Island) – Jelsa (Hvar Island)
Set sail today for Jelsa, rich in Gothic and Renaissance monuments, nestled between the majestic peaks of one of the Adriatic's loveliest islands – Hvar. After a delicious lunch on board, scout Jelsa for restaurants, bars, cafés and more. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)
Day 5: Jelsa (Hvar Island) – Bol (Brač Island) – Split
After breakfast, sail to the beautiful island of Brac and spend the day on one of the most picturesque beaches in Europe, Zlatni Rat (otherwise known as the Golden Horn). After lunch on board, arrive in Split and enjoy some time at leisure to explore the city. Sights here include the Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Cathedral of St. Domnius. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)
Day 6: Split – Korčula (Korčula Island)
In the morning, head to Korčula, the city on the island bearing the same name, best known as the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. After lunch on board, get out and explore. Sample some of the island’s famous wines, enjoy local folk dances or simply chill out and enjoy the sunshine. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)
Day 7: Korčula (Korčula Island) – Slano
Sail by the biggest peninsula in Dalmatia, the Peljesac, famous for its red wine production. Visit the picture-perfect village of Trstenik and head to the Elaphiti Archipelago, a group of 14 islands and islets. Enjoy lunch and swimming breaks then, in the late afternoon, sail to Slano where you’ll spend the night. (Meals: breakfast, lunch)
Day 8: Slano – Dubrovnik Port
After breakfast, depart from Slano back to the capital Dubrovnik, to disembark and catch your flight home. (Meals: breakfast)
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