SPLİT/TROGİR AND MİLNA
Embarkation at the port of Split or Trogir at 15:00h. You can start your cruise in Split or Trogir, two historic coastal towns with more than 2000 years of continuous urban tradition. You have a chance to explore these beautiful cities, there are a lot of options for sightseeing.
Split is the largest city on the Adriatic coastline. The city is surrounded on three sides by the clear waters of the Adriatic. Home to world famous Stari Grad. The old city, UNESCO protected Diocletian Palace in Split was built between the late 3rd and the early 4th century A.D by the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
The beautiful town of Trogir is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is a town with two embankments and is located 25 kilometers north of Split. Trogir provides Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque architecture mixed together and is considered to be one of the best maintained medieval towns in Europe. There is so much to see in Trogir and you will love to do walk there.
Then you board the gulet and meet the crew with the traditional welcoming drink. These two towns are perfect starting points to begin your cruise.
From Split/Trogir we cruise to Milna. Milna is a typical small island village with Mediterranean charm and atmosphere. The village is settled in 16th century by shepherds. Nowadays very popular nautical resort, known for good authentic Dalmatian restaurants. Dinner and Overnight in Milna.
After lunch in Milna cruise to the island Vis. Vis is a beautiful island. Here you should visit first of all the main town which also got the name Vis. Then dpo a trip to the smaller but super beautiful village called Komiža. Take a look at the former Military base, which was closed to the public until recently. Do a trip to the small island Biševo and the Blue Cave, very famous and the Green Cave, also super beautiful, but not as famous as the Blue Cave and swim in the Stončica bay and Stivina Bay. One thing you should not miss is to visit one of the local taverns inside of the island with its delicious food. Vis is also famous for its fishermen, so that fish and other seafood are traditionally served daily.
After breakfast cruise to Lastovo.
Lastovo had been an isolated island, because it was used as a military base during the Yugoslav era and was closed to foreign visitors, but today that changed. The main attraction is Lastovo Town, a striking collection of stone houses and innumerable aged churches clinging to a hillside in the interior. Lastovo is a very popular area for scuba divers because of its’ rich underwater life and sunk ships from past times. The Lastovo Archipelago Nature Park is home to many sea corals, sponges, lobsters, rare sea snails, dolphins, you will enjoy snorkeling there. Local people are mainly fishermen so this is a perfect place to enjoy the fresh sea food. Also main town Lastovo can be explored by enjoyable hiking tour through forested roads.
Lastovo is a perfect place where you can just relax, take a walk, have a nice dinner and forget about all your worries. No mass tourism and large crowds, that's holiday time at it's best.
Today we cruise to the Island Korçula.
Korčula is a gorgeous island. The old city of Korcula is surrounded by walls and the streets are arranged in a fishbone pattern. This place is also known as the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. You should get to one of the many beaches to enjoy the most beautiful clear blue sea in the Adriatic. If you want to explore the beautiful nature you can do it by renting a bike. Korcula is rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. Korcula is also well-known for its great food, you will easily find many restaurants in the old town.
After a long active day aboard gets back on board where you will be having dinner and later you can do once more a walk in this beautiful town. The island of Korčula is the sixth-largest Adriatic island and its abundant culture and history helped define its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’. There is a wonderful romantic promenade which runs through the town by the city walls and is teeming with lively cafes.
BOL AND JELSA
Cruise to Bol and Jelsa. Bol is situated on the southern coast of the island Brac and the oldest town on the island. This is an attractive place full of small traditional stone houses and winding streets that will take a special place at your heart. East and west of Bol are famous shores and beautiful beaches. Bols major attraction is a beach called Zlatni Rat, which means the Golden Cape. Perhaps you even saw this beach before, but you didn’t even realized it, because it is used in many touristic commercials, and that comes as no surprise. This seductive pebbly beach draws in a lot of crowds, families, swimmers, windsurfers… The beach is easily recognizable by its characteristic shape, white color of small pebbles that do a super nice contrast to the blues of the Adriatic sea. Overnight in Jelsa. Jelsa is a small harbour town on the northern part of the Island Hvar. On the way, you will be able to make stops to do some swimming or you can just relax on board. Once you arrive at Jelsa you will be welcomed by a calm town with thick pine forests. Jelsa is now an important tourism center with a long tradition in tourism. There you will also discover beautiful bays and beaches.
After breakfast cruise from Jelsa to Hvar. Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic Sea. Hvar is also known as the sunshine island. It also has about 120 sunny days a year. Rated as one of the top 10 most beautiful islands in the World and a must-see place, when you rent a gulet on the dalmatian coast. Here you need to check main town. The Hvar town houses are renovated with Venetian-style architecture. You should make a visit to Starigrad or Jelsa and take a wine tour to Sveta Nedelja, which will stay in your memories forever. The world famous nightlife of Hvar should you not miss with its lively restaurants, bars and cafeterias.
From Hvar we cruise to Trogir. Trogir is a charming small town situated on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a bridge and is listed by the UNESCO World Heritage. The centre is full of historical sites, narrow cobbled streets and stone houses. Trogir is also known by its bright night life, practically whole night streets and clubs are crowded with both tourists and locals.
Early in the morning cruise to Split. Disembarking at 09:00h.
We would like to welcome you soon again on one of our Gulets and hope you enjoyed the Blue Cruise.