Cruising the captivating coastline of Croatia is perhaps one of the highlights of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Travel all the way from the magnificent Trogir with its colourful historical past through romantic medieval villages, sun kissed beaches and crystal clear waters, this 7 day itinerary is the Dalmatian coastline at its very best.
Trogir to Drvenik Islands
Embarking in Trogir, cruise to the small islands of Drvenik, Drevnik Mali and Drevnik Veli.
The sparsely populated islands are peaceful oases where nature lovers will find endless fascination among the habitat of wild herbs and olive groves. Spend the day at one of the many sandy and pebbled beach bays. The crystal-clear blue lagoon on the east side of Drvenik Veli is a favourite spot for swimming.
This charming island has a relaxed feel with an interesting historic town, combining old churches, a monastery, an archaeological museum, ancient Roman theatre and walls. Komiza is lovely coastal town located on the western side of Vis and at the foot of Hum hill.
Surrounded by serene unspoilt natural beauty, be sure to visit the spectacular Blue Caves, a favourite destination for sea-kayakers.
Stiniva beach, Vis
Continue your exploration of Vis and set sail to Stiniva beach.
Stiniva beach is another excellent example of Croatia’s delightful unspoilt beaches. The beach is situated on the south coast of Vis island. You may recognise it if you have watched Mammia Mia: Here We Go Again. With its pure white pebbles and dramatic cliff-edge entrance to the sea, Stiniva beach is largely accessible by boat, making it an exclusive beach destination for holidaymakers.
Cruise to Korcula island, a land of dense pine forests, vineyards, coves and sandy beaches.
The beautiful old town of Korcula is known as ‘small Dubrovnik’. It was Marco Polo’s alleged hometown and his birth place is open for visits. Holding on to its history and customs, Korcula still celebrates its traditional folk music and dancing, while its local wine is reputed to be the finest in all of Croatia.
Cruise to Hvar.
Hvar is Croatia’s jewel in the crown, a hot spot resort, from the rich cultural cosmopolitan Hvar town to its peaceful secluded beaches. Spend the day at one of the many wild bays surrounded by fields of lavender, ancient olive trees and vineyards. Revel in the cuisine at the trendy restaurants and the lively beach clubs.
Set sail to Zlatni Rat.
This iconic beach located in the island of Brač is instantly recognisable from any aerial picture book featuring the Adriatic Sea and the Dalmatian coast. You will get to enjoy a different perspective from the deck of the yacht and will understand why Zlatni Rat got the nickname Golden Cap. From the yacht there are many opportunities for water sport activities. Anchored off the beach you can get the chance to explore the area while also take part in windsurfing, parasailing, diving or kayaking.
Cruise to the small island of Trogir, and explore the UNESCO World Heritage city.
Connected by bridges to the mainland and the larger island of Čiovo, Trogir is a unique gorgeous medieval walled city with a lovely promenade. Stroll along its marble-paved maze-like streets and you will find a high concentration of palaces, churches, and towers, as well as an imposing fortress.