Day 1 (Saturday): DUBROVNIK (D)
The ship will be docked in the port of Gruž in Dubrovnik, port where you can board from 1:00 p.m. The welcome meeting on this Dalmatia cruise from Dubrovnik will begin at 19:00, where you will meet the crew and other passengers. Welcome dinner. Night in Dubrovnik.
Day 2 (Sunday): DUBROVNIK – SLANO (B, L)
After breakfast, you are invited to join our guided tour (in English and French) of Dubrovnik. Organized transfer to Dubrovnik Old Town and guided tour of the historic center of the famous city, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After the guided city tour, free time to explore the city on your own. We recommend going up the city walls or by cable car to the top of Mount Srđ, to enjoy the breathtaking views and understand why the city is called “the Pearl of the Adriatic”. At noon, transfer back to the ship to start the cruise. Lunch will be served while sailing to Slano with a bathroom stop along the way. Night in Slano.
Optional afternoon excursion to Ston: Transfer from Slano by bus to Mali Ston, where by boat they will tour Mali Ston Bay and learn more about oyster farming for generations. Welcome drink on a wooden boat, tour of the seafood farm with a presentation and tasting of oysters and mussels. Upon returning, they will continue to Ston, a fortified city famous for 5-kilometer-long walls, a city built in the 15th century according to a plan with a rectangular outline of streets and squares. Return to Slano for overnight on board. The price per person is EUR 50.00 and includes our cruise companion, return transfer, oysters and wine tasting.
Day 3 (Monday): SLANO – HVAR (B, L)
Starting the day with an early departure to the sunniest island in Croatia, the island of Hvar, with numerous small beaches and bays along the way. Lunch and stop to swim along the way. Hvar is one of the most popular and very attractive tourist destinations and a meeting point for the international jet set. Upon arrival in Hvar in the afternoon, a local English / French speaking guide will take you around the city to introduce you to the history, culture and way of life on this island. Spend an evening in Hvar on your own to explore and dine at one of the numerous family restaurants. Night in Hvar.
Embark this Dalmatia cruise from Dubrovnik and explore the Adriatic!
Day 4 (Tuesday): HVAR – ISLAND OF BIŠEVO (BLUE CAVE) – VIS (B, L)
In the morning, cruise to the Island of Biševo with its Blue Cave. The cave has its own natural entrance that lies below sea level, requiring visitors to dive deep just to reemerge in the mysterious blue depths of the cave. This natural phenomenon creates a magical effect of deep blue and shiny silver, baffling its visitors. However, sometimes the big waves prevent the entrance to the cave and it is something that is only known the same morning designated for the visit. That is why the entrance is paid on site. Lunch on board. Continuing to the island and the city of Vis, a pearl between the Croatian Adriatic islands. Vis was not affected by the development of tourism for so many years, due to its strategic location on the high seas and for many years it served as a military zone. The beautiful beaches and preserved nature, organic farming and preserved traditional architecture are unique advantages of this very special Croatian island. Night in Vis.
Day 5 (Wednesday): VIS – VELA LUKA (B, L, CD)
The day will start with the departure to the island of Korčula. Stop for a swim before lunch and in the afternoon arrive at Vela Luka, the second largest city on the island of Korčula. Free time. Captain’s dinner with live entertainment on board. Night in Vela Luka.
Optional afternoon wine and olive oil tasting tour by bus: If you like olive oil, then we recommend signing up for the tour. Start the tour with a visit to the Zlokic olive oil production. This family is known for being one of the main producers of olive oil on the island. The family collection features many outdated tools for making olive oil, including a 15th-century wooden olive press and an 18th-century hydraulic compression system. Continuing towards the small town of Blato and the Barilo Family Museum. Barilo’s ethnographic collection offers a unique and unforgettable experience of the island and shows the life and costumes of our ancestors. The exploration of the island will continue with a visit to the Toreta winery with wine tasting. This family-owned boutique winery in Smokvica produces wines from indigenous grape varieties. This wine tasting will be enriched with a collection of equipment used by many family generations during wine production. The price per person is € 50.00 and includes a guide, round-trip transfer, olive oil tasting, tickets to the ethnographic museum and wine tasting.
Day 6 (Thursday): VELA LUKA – KORČULA – POMENA (MLJET) (B, L)
In the morning, cruise to the town of Korčula, on the island of Korčula. Korčula is a city known as the birthplace of Marko Polo, the famous explorer. Our English / French speaking guide will take you on a tour of the city of Korčula and accompany us through narrow cobbled streets. Lunch on board and cruise to the Mljet National Park, where we hope to arrive in the afternoon (tickets are not included). You will have just enough time to explore the park, walk around the Big and the Small Lake and Islet of Santa Maria, with its 12th century Benedictine Monastery, and of course swim in the heart of the National Park. Night in Mljet.
Day 7 (Friday): POMENA – ELAFITI ISLANDS (B, L)
Today is for enjoying. In the morning, cruise along the magnificent coasts of the Elafiti Islands, northwest of Dubrovnik, with stops to swim along the way. Lunch on board and second swim stop. We will spend the night on one of the Elafiti islands, in one of the small and picturesque and quiet fishing villages.
Day 8 (Saturday): ELAFITAS – DUBROVNIK (B)
After breakfast, time to say goodbye to all your new friends and disembark. End of Dalmatia cruise from Dubrovnik.
* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner, CD – captain’s dinner
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