Split - Brač - Hvar
We will sail from the port of Split to our first en route destination, Brač Island. We can stop for swimming and snorkeling in the bays along the western part of Brač. We continue to sail to the island of Hvar, which is famous for its sunny days, crystal blue water, Pakleni Islands, enchanting stone streets, and the old Venetian palace. We will anchor and stay the night in the town of Hvar.
From Hvar to Korčula Island
In the morning, we will sail out from Hvar towards the island of Korčula, sailing along the south shores of Hvar. After stopping in beautiful bays for a swim, we will arrive at a safe port on the route, where we will spend the night.
We continue our journey towards the most western point of Korcula island - Korčula town where we spend the night.
Korčula is the main town of Korčula Island, famous for its medieval walls and a layout of narrow streets that are designed according to a fishbone. Marco Polo, a wold explorer, was born in Korčula. It is a picturesque place that, due to its old walls, reminds of Dubrovnik. The most impressive examples of Korčula residential architecture were built in the 15th and 16th centuries in a Gothic-Renaissance style. The traditional craft of locals is stone carving and shipbuilding. The island is unique for its classical dance performed in Korčula; Moreška, sword dance originated in the 12th century in the Mediterranean.
Korčula - Mljet National Park
Our journey continues to Mljet Island. The western part of Mljet is a national park covering an area of 54 km². This green island includes lake Veliko Jezero with the Isle of Saint Mary, lake Malo Jezero, and the villages of Goveđari, Polače, and Pomena. Rent a bike and enjoy a unique swim in the beautiful lush inlets of Mljet. We will anchor and spend the night in one of the bays. According to legend, the Odyssey shipwreck happened on the coast of Mljet.
From Mljet to Dubrovnik
Our final destination of this sailing adventure is Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic. We expect to arrive at the marina during the morning and check out from the boat.
Spend the rest of your day discovering this remarkable city with a rich past. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The development of the city of Dubrovnik has always been based on maritime trade. In the Middle Ages, as the Republic of Dubrovnik, it was the only city-state on the eastern Adriatic coast that competed with the Venetian Republic. For several centuries it maintained its status as a Republic. Things to visit in this exceptional city are the majestic City Walls, the Tower Minčeta, Fortress Lovrijenac, Fortresses Revelin, Onofrio Fountain, St. Vlaho's Church, main street Stradun, and hill Srđ with a spectacular view from the top. Dubrovnik offers outstanding nightlife, world-class restaurants with Michelin stars, and upscale bars.