Croatia – 8 days itinerary


Croatia – 8 days itinerary

8 days
Nautical Miles
176 miles
  • DAY 1: Split- Trogir – Solta – approx 25nm
  • DAY 2: Solta -Brac approx 16nm
  • DAY 3: Brac – Hvar  approx 30nm
  • DAY 4: Hvar – Vis approx 26nm
  • DAY 5: Vis – Korcula approx 18nm 
  • DAY 6: Korcula – Mljetapprox 21nm 
  • DAY 7: Mljet – Dubrovnikapprox 40nm 
  • DAY 8: Dubrovnik disembarkation 

Day 1 - Split

Split lies on the Adriatic Dalmatian coast on the Split (Marjan) peninsula and borders with the surrounding mountains that create a unique and warm climate throughout the year. The history of Split, which is more than 17 centuries, is over-flowingly rich and turbulent and it is so difficult to mention all the sights and unique places that are worth seeing and visiting. The city has become the Unesco World Heritage site.



Day 2 - Trogir-Solta

Trogir has two thousand years of turbulent history. The Illyrians were the first settlers, the Greeks and the Romans built the town. The Croats arrived in the 7th century and continued its development. Today, Trogir is under the protection of UNESCO. You can spend a wonderful day wandering through the museums, art galleries and libraries, enjoying a medieval town and the sea views. Within the same day you may visit the Solta Island (pronounced sholta) and enjoy many attractive islets, bays, beaches and  the beautiful nature.



Day 3 - Brac

Brac is the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea. Together with the amazing beaches near the town of Bol, it makes this island a long-awaited summer destination for everyone. Its biggest advantage is that it is almost always sunny! Brac has an interesting geological structure, a lot of monasteries, historical sights, and a vibrant nightlife facilities. For those who are eager to do sport activities, there is the summit of Mount San Vito. There is the highest peak on the island, the highest among all other islands, as it is 778 meters above sea level, and it offers spectacular views over Zlatni Rat as well as over the islands of Hvar and Vis in the distance.



Day 4 - Hvar

The Hvar island is located to the south from Brac. The beautiful city Hvar is located on the gorgeous south side of the island. The island is bursting with flavours of rosemary, heather and lavender. Amazing turquoise waters add more vivid stokes to the ideal picture of its serenity and composure. Inside the city you will find beautiful XVII century buildings, Renaissance/early Baroque Cathedral, these are just some of the city of Hvar highlights.



Day 5 - Vis

Vis is one of the most unexplored islands along with stunning scenery and ancient fortresses. Bisevo, the world famous spot for the Blue Grotto - a water logged sea cave located in a small bay called Balun. Stiniva Beach is also worth visiting, it is another natural phenomenon to be found on the island,  located  on the southern side of the coast near the village Marina Zemlja. It is a small pebbly beach, but the rocks, the landscape, and the clean sea will give you unforgettable impressions.



Day 6 - Korcula

Korcula is a historic fortified town, preserved with legends and fairy tales, kept in memory of local people. One of the loveliest islands in the Adriatic, Korcula is considered to be the Pearl of the southern Dalmatia and offers to its visitors picturesque old town, magnificent coastal panoramas, dreamlike fishing villages and idyllic coves and beaches.



Day 7 - Mljet

When it comes to think of the paradise on Earth, the island of Mljet is the one of the first to mention. It is a real pearl of the Adriatic Sea. A lot of legends have been created there and one of them is very beautiful about Calypso and Odysseus and Calypso’s selfless love to him. Emerald green shores, aquamarine crystal water, rich underwater world, National Park and incredible adventures (diving, kajaking, snorkeling, etc.); these are just some key sights and activities of the islands that you will experience there and never forget. The best what you can see on the islands is from the yacht – that is for sure.



Day 8 - Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is located  in the south of Dalmatia and is close to the neighbouring  Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. This area has been inhabited since the 7th century BC , it was under the Byzantine Empire for 3 centuries, and after that was under the rule of Venetians. Dubrovnik was mentioned in the literature masterpieces of W. Shakespeare, George B. Shaw and many others. Jacque Cousteau always said that the Adriatic sea near Dubrovnik is the most crystal and aquamarine. Nowadays the new wave of fame was brought to the city by filming the “Games of Thrones”  series because architecture ensemble of Dubrovnik is remarkable and outstanding. Since 1979 the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site and during your stay you will have all the possibilities to get assured.


Available yachts in this region


From 21,000 EUR / wk
Sunreef Yachts
15.20 m
8 guests
Luxury Catamaran NUMBER ONE - Bird view


From 29,500 EUR / wk
Fountaine Pajot
20.42 m
8 guests


4,150,000 GBP
24.66 m
8 guests
Luxury Yacht NADAMAS Sailing


From 18,000 EUR / wk
Hanse Yachts
21.10 m
6 guests
Luxury Yacht Allegro - Sunrise


From 20,000 EUR / wk
CNB Yachts
23.17 m
7 guests


From 30,500 EUR / wk
Fountaine Pajot
20.00 m
8 guests

Azimut Grande 35 Metri

2,995,000 EUR
35.00 m
0 guests
Babalu - Available for charter


From 16,000 EUR / wk
Bali 5.4
16.80 m
10 guests

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