Relax and let the crew take care of you on this amazing pure nature cruise to the less visited island of Dalmatia. During the day you can swim, snorkel, sunbathe and explore the underground world of the Adriatic Sea. In the evening you will have free time to find a good traditional restaurant and visit places of historical interest.
Day 1 (Saturday): SPLIT – OMIŠ / PUČIŠĆA (B)
Departure from the port of Split is on a Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Lunch will be served during sailing along the Dalmatian coast, before arriving in Omiš or Pučišća (island of Brač). There will also be time for your first swim in the Adriatic Sea. Omiš is a picturesque town surrounded by rocky cliffs at the outflow of the beautiful Cetina River. You are welcome to climb the old fortress above Omiš or take a walk through the old town and discover the long history through its many historical monuments. Adrenaline junkies should think about rafting on Cetina River. Pučišća is a typical Mediterranean town on the north of the island of Brač at the bottom of the deep bay. It is the cradle of the famous Brač stone. Enjoy the traditional food, wine and famous olive oil of this town. Night in the port of Pučišća / Omiš.
Day 2 (Sunday): OMIŠ / PUČIŠĆA – KORČULA (B, L)
Early departure and breakfast. After a morning swim, this nature cruise continues towards the island of Korčula. Lunch will be served at the tip of the Pelješac peninsula (near Lovište) or in the peaceful Kneža Bay. In the afternoon, arrival to the exceptional town of Korčula, full of legends, tales and monuments. At night we recommend a visit to one of the many “konobas” (traditional restaurant) and bars along the promenade. Night in the port of Korčula.
Day 3 (Monday): KORČULA – LASTOVO (B, L, CC)
Breakfast. Before continuing this nature cruise, we recommend a walk through the Korčula open market where you can buy fresh fruit to enjoy during the day. We continue our journey to Lastovo, the furthest inhabited Croatian island and one of the least visited. The Romans called it the Imperial Island. After docking in the port of Ubli, free time to visit the protected park area and enjoy unspoiled nature (entry fee is approximately 5 EUR). You can also visit one of the local wineries or fine a secluded bay suitable for snorkelling. In the evening, Captain’s dinner will be served on board. Night in Lastovo.
Explore the purity of Dalmatian islands on this excellent nature cruise
Day 4 (Tuesday): LASTOVO – RAVNIK – VIS (B, L)
Breakfast and early departure to the island of Vis. Due to its unique geographical position, Vis was a strategic port for the Yugoslav navy and as such closed for tourism for many years. Near Vis there is a small islet, called Ravnik where you can enter the mysterious Green Cave which owes its name to the unusual light that shines through the top of cave and reflects in the sea. Later our nature cruise continues to either town of Komiža or Vis, depending on weather conditions.Both places are gougers examples of the Mediterranean as it ones was.
Day 5 (Wednesday): VIS – BIŠEVO – STARI GRAD (B, L)
Breakfast and navigation to the small island of Biševo to visit the fantastic natural phenomenon called the Blue Cave. Later, we move to Stari Grad on the north side of Hvar, the sunniest island in the Adriatic. Free afternoon to discover the city on your own or on a guided tour (included in the standard superior category). You might be interested in visiting the UNESCO-listed plains just outside the town, which were set up by the ancient Greek colonists in the 4th century BC and still remain in use in their original form.
Day 6 (Thursday): STARI GRAD – BOL (B, L)
Breakfast and sailing to the island of Brač to visit the famous town of Bol on its southern site There will be time to swim at the most famous beach in Croatia – the Golden Horn or Zlatni rat as it is called by the locals. Enjoy the day on the beach and discover the gastronomy delights of Croatia in the evening. Night in Bol.
Day 7 (Friday): BOL – SPLIT (B, L)
Breakfast. The last day of this nature cruise is dedicated to relaxing and swimming in different bays on Brač. In the late afternoon, return to Split, the second largest city in Croatia and the capital of Dalmatia. Split is on the list of UNESCO cities for its historic and well-preserved center named the Diocletian Palace as it once served as the retirement place for this Roman Emperor. Optional guided tour of the historical monuments. Night in the port of Split.
Day 8 (Saturday): SPLIT – END OF TRIP (B)
Breakfast and disembarkation in the morning. End of trip.
* Legend: D – breakfast, L – lunch, CC – captain’s dinnerSend inquiry from 805,00 € per person