MEDITERANEO

Romantic Adriatic Islands

With more than a thousand islands and islets scattered in the Adriatic Sea, Dalmatia is a place where lovers of nature can enjoy sunshine, bathing and walks almost all the year round. Take a ride on a boat and discover beautiful landscapes, an abundance of colours and the crystal clear sea. Relax in small bays, delight in swimming, experience life on a boat and enjoy your leisure time …

Itinerary 1 •

Day 1. Split - Milna
Boat departure from Split towards Milna, a picturesque holiday resort on the Island of Brač. A marina with 200 berths was constructed in order to preserve the tranquillity of this beautiful small bay. In addition to its wonderful Mediterranean architecture, Milna boasts its attractive sandy and pebble coves Pasikova, Lučice, Maslinova and Osibova, which are ideal for small children. One of Milna's most popular beaches is Uvala Vlaška.

Day 2. Milna - Hvar
Departure for Hvar, the sunniest island on the Adriatic, with 320 days of sunshine a year. The fragrance of lavender and rosemary, wooded coastline and cultural heritage greatly contribute to the development of tourist industry on the island.

Day 3. Hvar - Komiža
Departure for Komiža on the Island of Vis. The island takes pride in the spectacular beaches located on its eastern side, the majority of which are pebble beaches in addition to several sandy ones. The crystal clear sea abounding in fish and shellfish inspires local culinarians to prepare delicious gastronomic specialties.

Day 4. Komiža - Korčula
Departure for the beautiful medieval town of Korčula. Originally built on a rocky cape, the town was later connected by a bridge to the present-day Korčula. The town is famous for the breathtaking works of local stone-masons, and for the Moreška sword dance which revives the spirit of old tradition.

Day 5. Korčula - Mljet
Boat departure from Korčula towards Pomena on the Island of Mljet. The village of Pomena is located in a bay ideal for anchoring small yachts. Around 50 village dwellers make their living mainly from agriculture, fishing trade and tourism, which have experienced rapid development in recent years. The visitors can engage themselves in different kinds of sports, or rent a bike, canoe and surfboard. Mljet is the most forested island on the Adriatic, which is the reason why it was declared a national park.

Day 6. Mljet - Šipan
The Elaphite Islands (or Deer Islands, as Ancient Greeks called them) are a small island group located in close proximity to Dubrovnik. The dwellers of Šipan, one of these islands, live – like their ancestors – far away from the tourist throng. The island's legends, the fascinating history of local noblemen, summer residences of Dubrovnik's aristocrats, the lush Mediterranean plants and crystal clear sea provide a wonderful opportunity for visitors to recover from stressful city living.

Day 7. Šipan - Dubrovnik
The city of Dubrovnik, also called the «Pearl of the Adriatic», is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. Spend your free time admiring the beauty of this ancient city, immortalized in the words of George Bernard Shaw: «Those who wish to experience heaven on earth should come and see Dubrovnik».

 

Itinerary 2 •

Day 1. Dubrovnik - Lopud
Lopud is one of the Elafite islands, which also include Šipan and Koločep. We will anchor in a beautiful sheltered cove. The Franciscan Monastery located in the western part of the island is absolutely worth visiting. Following the proverb «silence is golden», the local people do not allow cars on the island. Lopud's well-known Šunj Beach is one of the most beautiful on the Mediterranean and a true sandy paradise surrounded with the green Mediterranean vegetation and the azure sea.

Day 2. Lopud - Polače
Surrounded with lush vegetation, Polače is located on the Island of Mljet. Lying in a sheltered cove, after which the settlement was named, Polače abounds in attractive cultural and historic sites, ancient palaces and magnificent buildings with the Old-Catholic chapels.

Day 3. Polače - Korčula
Korčula is a typical Dalmatian town. With a population of 400 people, this harbour is located in the north-eastern part of the island of the same name. Surrounded with Medieval walls, the Old Town of Korčula is home to a number of museums, palaces, churches and chapels in the Gothic and Renaissance styles. The town is well-known for its mild climate, lush vegetation, magnificent architecture and stone palaces, as well as for its famous shipbuilders.

Day 4. Korčula - Vis
As evidenced by numerous buildings and archaeological finds, the town and the island of Vis (once also called Is) both had a turbulent history. In addition to its rich historic heritage, Vis is famous for its natural beauty. In close proximity to the city centre there are several sandy and pebble beaches (Parja, Rogačić, Mala and Vela Svitnja). Until 1989, tourist industry was not allowed on the island so that its nature remained intact, which makes Vis an ideal holiday resort.

Day 5. Vis - Starigrad
A popular tourist resort and one of Europe's oldest towns, Starigrad is situated on the Island of Hvar, or the island of lavender, rosemary and wine – as they also call it. Owing to its specific location – the town is surrounded with lavender fields and vineyards – and tourist attractions, Starigrad is the most frequently visited tourist destination on the Adriatic.

Day 6. Starigrad - Supetar
Named after St Peter's Bay, Supetar is located on the north coast of the Island of Brač, as a sole settlement which has town status. Brač is the largest and most attractive island in Central Dalmatia. Regular ferry lines between Supetar and Split connect the island with the mainland.

Day 7. Supetar - Split
Dalmatia's largest city, and the region's cultural, economic, administrative and tourist centre, Split is a magnificent blend of beauty and history. Its major cultural attraction, Diocletian's Palace, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

 

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