Adriatic yacht charter itinerary

It is impressive and moving when Venice appears on the horizon in all its glorious splendour. The canals, bridges and palazzos sit resplendent as if brought to life from a Canaletto masterpiece. The flame of romance is well and truly alive as you glide gracefully down the Grand Canal in a gondola for two. The perfect complement is the Dalmatian coast of Croatia with rugged caves and waterfalls spilling into a translucent sea. Set sail for an epic sea adventure of artistic, historic and panoramic wonder and enjoyment.
 
Itinerary

day 1   Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a living museum and a live stage with an ideal connection between its historical past and the modern day. It is surrounded by medieval walls that are 1940 metres long and are preserved in their original form. They are open to visitors and are the city’s greatest attraction. Since 1979 the town has been under UNESCO protection.

Dubrovnik is mainly a cultural destination, which asides from monuments of interest, offers a series of cultural events and festivals. Dubrovnik is a destination where you can enjoy a rest, and has extremely good air connections with all the larger European centres. Welcome to a city that charms, a city that you fall in love with and always return to discover more unique experiences.
 

day 2   Sipanka Luka

There are two larger settlements on the island - Sipanska Luka and Sudurad, which are connected by a road that cuts across the fertile Fields of Sipan. The slopes of the fields of Sipan are covered with numerous summer manors, medieval Renaissance and Baroque churches and chapels. The Sveti duh (Holy Spirit), a church-fortress, is of particular interest. Today, the vast beaches, the clean sea abundant with fish, the rich vegetation, and the widely renowned Sipan wine, attract a growing number of visitors who want a peaceful holiday.
 

day 3   Mljet

The island of Mljet is one of the most beautiful and most forested island in the Adriatic. Isolated and untouched, the island is rich with mysticism and its olive groves, vineyards and forests are ideal places to research the flora and fauna, whilst peacefully enjoying the pristine beauty of nature.

Mljet National Park makes the most of the island; there are several villages, two salt water lakes - Big and Small Lake, and the Benedictine monastery on the island of St. Marija in Stari Grad.
 

day 4   Korčula Island

Korčula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, was built on the foundations of a Greek colony and is the historical and tourist centre of the largest island in the Dubrovnik area. It is famous for its streets that are shaped in the form of a fish bone and well-preserved Gothic-Renaissance buildings.
Among them is the Cathedral of St. Marko, whose rich interior guards the works of great Italian painters. Korculans have preserved their customs and the medieval knight game " Moreška " that takes place on city streets. Mild Mediterranean cuisine will challenge the palates of the most demanding gourmets.

Near the town of Korcula is an archipelago of 20 uninhabited islands covered with dense thicket and an accessible coastline. There is also a slightly larger islet of Badija with pebble beaches and a beautiful Franciscan monastery.
 

day 5   Hvar

Hvar is an ancient city with a rich history. With its architecture, beautiful nature and mild climate many would describe it as a true fairy-tale city.

A unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich culture and historical heritage, it is situated amidst picturesque nature, facing the southern side of the world that has given it its Mediterranean attraction and cheerfulness. Its name derives from the Greek name for island and town-PHAROS. Today, it is the focal point of the island’s tourism and one of the favorite destinations on the Dalmatian Riviera.
 

day 6   Skradin

Simply magical in each and every detail, the Town of Skradin, situated only about 15 km from Šibenik, is one of the oldest Croatian cities. Small, picturesque and filled with flavour, it is located right where the river passionately embraces the sea.
 

day 7   Kornati Islands

The Kornati islands are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea situated in the central part of the Adriatic. Consisting of around 140 islands, they are characterised by interesting geomorphology, well-indented coast and various living communities. In 1980 the 89 southernmost islands of the archipelago were declared a national park, the Kornati National Park.  Make sure to explore the unique island beauties of this national park and enjoy the secluded coves and beaches. Alternatively, organise a scuba diving session with the instructor on board your yacht.
 

day 8   Mali Lošinj

Mali Lošinj is the biggest settlement on the island of Lošinj, is located on the southern side of the Bay of Lošinj. Thanks to this position it has become a very important maritime and commercial centre and an important tourist destination.

Positioned in the August Bay, the biggest closed bay of the island, it is the biggest island town in the Adriatic with 7,000 inhabitants. Explore the town and experience the traditional life of the locals in the hustle free environment of the city. Alternatively, enjoy a day of swimming and relaxation on board the yacht.
 

day 9   Susak & Unije Islands

Susak is a small island famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful folk costumes and yellow dust from which the island is made. It is this yellow dust which makes Susak unique - even the the most experienced seamen will agree there’s no similar island in the whole Mediterranean! It is a unique island in the Adriatic Sea, both by its genesis and appearance.

Unije, the largest of the islands surrounding Lošinj, was populated throughout history due to its good geographical position at the entrance of Kvarner, several sources of fresh water and broad fertile land. There are no cars on the island so prepare to don your walking shoes for some interesting hikes and strolls.
 

day 10   Brijuni National Park

The archipelago of Brijuni is an extraordinary blend of natural, historical and cultural heritage and is considered by many as 'paradise on earth'.

The Brijuni islands, found along the southwestern coast of Istria, were proclaimed a national park in 1983. They cover an area of 2,700 acres, and total fourteen large and small islands, of which the largest are Veliki and Mali Brijuni. Brijuni National Park is an oasis not to be missed.
 

day 11   Rovinj

Rovinj is one of the most developed tourist destinations in Croatia, boasting a rich natural and cultural heritage with beautiful landmarks such as the old town and the lush Zlatni rt (Punta corrente) forest. Just wandering through the old town of Rovinj is a journey in itself. The numerous winding streets will eventually lead you to the Cathedral of St. Euphemia, as long as you are heading uphill. A brief stop at any of the dozens of galleries will offer you both a cultural and spiritual awakening of the senses, while a stunning panoramic view awaits you at the top. From here you will be able to see Rovinj’s 13-island archipelago that begs to be explored.
 

day 12   Venice

With its gondolas, canals, amazing restaurants and unforgettable romantic ambiance, Venice is definitely a city for one's bucket list. Waterfront palazzos and churches make drifting down the Grand Canal feel like cruising through a painting.