Start your trip with a cultural tour of Dubrovnik. Take advantage of the quiet morning to stroll through the medieval city. Enter through the imposing Pile and Polce gates on the east and west sides of Stradun. Take a moment to observe the sculptures, witnesses of the historical heritage of the city. Then head to the Stradun, the main street of the city and enjoy a latte.
Get back on board and sail a little further north. Anchor at Mljet National Park for a walk through the luxuriant forest. Enjoy the calming atmosphere to relax on board your luxury yacht. Or, take a swim in the calm waters of the two saltwater lakes, formed by the bays connected to the sea.
Continue your journey aboard your luxury yacht and reach Korcula, the island facing the Mljet National Park. Korcula is the sixth largest island in the Adriatic.
Soak up the island’s medieval history by visiting the cathedral or the museum.
The island of Hvar enjoys a Mediterranean climate. So, take advantage of the stopover to do wine tourism in the island’s vineyards.
Stroll through the lavender fields and inhale the pleasant fragrance of these flowers.
Take a souvenir of Hvar with you. Take home some tasty olive oil that you can buy in a local olive grove.
Zlatni Rat is often called the Golden Cape or the Golden Horn. It is a spit of land located in the Dalmatian region, a few kilometers from the island of Hvar.
Zlatni Rat is the most famous beach in Croatia for its beauty. Anchor and use the toys.
Sail to the city of Split, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once ashore, immerse yourself in the famous Game of Thrones series by visiting the Diocletian’s Palace, the city museum and some of the narrow streets.
For lunch, enjoy the culinary delights of the region in a gourmet restaurant.
At the end of the day, enjoy the sunset at the seaside on La Riva.
The Kornati Archipelago, known as the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean, consists of about 150 islands. Most of them are part of the national park.
While snorkeling you will have the chance to observe turtles. In this archipelago you will also have great chances to see dolphins. This unique experience will appeal to the whole family.
Take a hike to the top of the islands and have a breathtaking view.
Spring and summer are ideal seasons to visit Croatia.