Sea water effects the human body, health and beauty most beneficially. The sea contains micro-organisms, iodine, mineral salts, various medicinal matters, vitamins, magnesium, etc. It contains almost all natural elements, which makes it so unique. Minerals from the sea have beneficial effect to the face and body skin. Minerals from the sea have beneficial effect to the face and body skin. Let us take you through the 7 days of pure helth, for your soul, for your body and for your spirit. The best recipe for relaxation: Lay back in a pine shade and swimming in crystal clean sea, excellent food served aboard and amazing scenery of some solitude green bay, with hypnotizing song of crickets and sea gals. In the late afternoon, sail into one of the beautiful Adriatic towns, and feel the real Mediterranean, where amazing heritage and catchy energy of modern time summer life, will charm you like a summer affair, and left you happy memories forever. So let’s rent a boat and discover south of Croatia. You can rent a sailing boat like Bavaria 46, some motor yacht like San Lorenzo 108 or Sunseeker Predator 62 or some gulet, like beautiful Andeo. This is an example of the cruising route from Trogir to Dubrovnik.
The old town of Trogir is protected by UNESCO.
Trogir, the town in Split vicinity, will be harbor of getting aboard, in early afternoon. After leaving the harbor, sail to Maslinica bay on the island of Solta, small bay with a nice restaurant where you can have a dinner and a cocktail afterwards for the beginning of a memorable vacancy. Spend a night in your beautiful boat.
Day 2. Brac
After enjoying refreshing breakfast on yacht’s stern, sail to the Brac island. Find a nice hidden bay and anchor there so you can have it completely for yourself. After relaxing day, enter deep bay of Milna to enjoy evening in this beautiful city. The settlement is built mostly in a typical Mediterranean style. Stone built houses, neat little alleys, peace and quiet are the initial evidence of the cultural splendor of former times. It developed in the 16th century when an aristocratic family decided to build a fortress and church there. Milna also offers sand and gravel beaches stretching along the coast.
Island of Brac is known for its high quallity stone mines since ancient time. Did you know that the White House was built of stone from Brac island?
There is a strong masonry tradition there that lasts for centuries, which you can notice on remarkable traditional architectury. Enjoy, soak up the sun, swim, take a walk, do a shopping or have a coffee and enjoy summer in such stunning little town. Have a tasty meal in one of fine restaurants, or let our chef to surprise you with his choice.
Sail to island of Vis and moor in Vis harbor, we recommend you to rent a scooter and drive across this small, but so beautiful island.
There is a prime restaurant on the top of the island, with relaxed domestic atmosphere, where the host will serve you the best roasted lamb and vegetable, from local green farms, accompanied with unique sunset.
There are plenty of natural pebble beaches on Vis and sea is extremely clean and transparent, perfect for diving, jet ski, wind surfing and other activities.
The Island of Vis, known for its fishermen and seafarers, lies far from the mainland and its troubles. The Greeks founded their first colony on Vis (named Issa) and planted the first grapevine there as early as the 4th century. A Franciscan monastery was built on the remains of the Greek and Roman theatre in the small town of Vis in the 16th century.
The Island of Bisevo is to the south-west of the Island of Vis, with many caves have been carved into its steep coast.
The Blue Cave (Modra spilja) with entrances both above and below sea level. When the sea is calm the light diffracts and paints the interior of the cave blue, and anything below the water line, silver.
Day 4. Hvar
Wake up, have a breakfast and sail to Hvar Island.
Have an lunch on another cute, neat and charming island of Scedro in Hvar’s vicinity. You will have time for yourself there, for swimming, scuba diving, Jet Ski, or simple snooze in the shade of fragrant pines.
Around 5 pm, moor on Hvar Island in some quiet bay. Have a sight seeing in beautiful Hvar town with a long and rich history. Supper in restaurant or aboard. During summer time, Hvar town and its famous Carpe Diem club, is one of the most popular night life destination on the coast.
Day 5. Korcula
Catch a morning breeze to sail toward Korcula island, another ancient pearl of Adriatic coast. But before entering Korcula harbor, anchorage in front of a small Island of Badija, in the middle of Korcula archipelagos, close to ancient Roman stone mines, to enjoy swimming and lunch in spectacular scenery of a bouquet of beautiful islands. There is an old stone monastery on Badija Island, beaches, restaurant, and if you are lucky, you can meet a deer there
, as they live freely on the island.
In the afternoon, cooled by a characteristic local wind mistral, moor in marina in centre of Korcula town, a hometown of the Marko Polo, wonder through narrow stone streets of the ancient city and look for the best restaurant in town with the best view to an unforgettable sunset.
It may be true that places and islands differ, but Island of Korcula undoubtedly holds a privileged position among Croatian islands. Here there are perhaps even more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. The oldest written monument in Croatia, in Greek, was found there. According to legend, Korcula was established by the Trojan hero Anthenor in the 12th century BC.
Day6. National park Mljet
Mljet is an impressive island in the Adriatic emerging from the open sea in the South Dalmatian Archipelago. It is 37 km long and only 3 km wide, divided from the Peljesac peninsula by the Mljet channel.
Go to the cave known as Odysseus‘ cave, which is situated under the top of Veli grad. It can be compared for its beauty to the Blue cave on the Bisevo island and similarly you should dive there at high noon, when sun rays penetrate directly into the cave creating amazing lighteffects inside the cave, colouring it in all shades of blue. The light penetrates into the cave from two side openings creating extraordinary effects.
We will have all day for swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving etc.
Day 7. Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the city of a unique political and cultural history, of world-famous cultural heritage and beauty (List of UNESCO) – is one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean. Apart from its outstanding natural and cultural heritage, Dubrovnik also offers high-quality visitor opportunities, such as shopping, restaurants, night life, casinos, etc.
The longest (5 km) and the best preserved city wall in Europe, salt factory since Roman time that is still operating, the most tasteful shells and sea food ever, and one perfect restaurant, the best on Adriatic – that is in short what expects you in this unique town Ston, established and fortified in time of Dubrovnik republic as a stronghold fortress to guard the salty treasury of the time.
Of course, before dinner, we recommend a lot of swimming and summer joy in gorgeous scenery of untouched nature and clean sea.
After anchorage in a cute bay close to Dubrovnik, have a nice farewell dinner party. In the evening you can enjoy in rich Dubrovnik’s night life.
Day 8. Leaving
The yacht will spend a night in a Zaton Mali Bay, close to Dubrovnik city. You will be kindly asked to leave the ship by 10 in the morning, so we can prepare it for new tour.
We suggest you to, after disambarking, stay for a few days on the coast and enjoy in magic Dubrovnik, Cavtat, Mlini and surrounding.
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