Dubrovnik to Split Charter Itinerary

Dubrovnik to Split Charter Itinerary, picture of Dubrovnik.
The town of Dubrovnik.

Day 1: Dubrovnik – Mljet Island

The Dubrovnik to Split charter itinerary begins with embarkation in one of the world’s most stunning destinations: The City of Dubrovnik. The “Pearl of the Adriatic” was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 as a city of rich culture and history. One thousand nine hundred seventy meters of walls surround The Old Town of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is an elite destination famous for its beautiful beaches, pristine sea, top-notch restaurants, chic five-star hotels, and adventure sports facilities.

After guests are on board and provided with the safety briefing, the boat makes its way to the beautiful Mljet Island. This is Croatia’s greenest island, covered by a dense Mediterranean forest. The island is famous for its sandy shoreline, clear and clean sea, and wealth of underwater sea life. In addition, it is an unspoiled island known for its white and red wine, olives, and goat cheese. It is the place to enjoy the pristine beauty of nature peacefully.

Mljet National Park covers the whole northwest part of Mljet Island. The Veliko (Big) and Malo (Small) lake are fantastic natural gems found on Mljet’s. These lakes are found within the Mljet islands and have hot water during the summer, between 24 and 29°C. The salinity on the surface of the lakes is even lower than in the open sea. In Veliko lake, guests can also visit tiny St. Mary’s island, famous for its historic monastery and church.

Day 2: Mljet Island – The Island of Korčula

The beautiful green island of Korčula is the next charter destination. It is the 6th most significant island in the Adriatic Sea and the second most inhabited Croatian island. Korčula is rich in vineyards, olive groves, and small villages. The surrounding sea is rich with fish of all types, which one may taste in restaurants and taverns all over the island.

The most popular destination on the island is the glorious old town of Korčula, a beautiful medieval town built on a small peninsula. Also located within the town of Korčula is the unique tourist attraction, the birth house of Marco Polo. Guests can visit the house where the famous traveler and writer was born and raised.

Day 3: The Island of Korčula – Lastovo Island

The charter continues to the island of Lastovo. This is the island to visit for all guests who are lovers of nature, good food, wine, and cruising. Guests will be amazed by the untouched nature and many breathtaking scenes. The famous lighthouse was built in 1839 and is one of the oldest on the Adriatic Sea.

Day 4: Lastovo Island – The Island of Vis and the Blue Cave on Biševo Island

Next stop, Vis. Vis is a small Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, famous for its unspoiled nature and the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland. However, it is slowly becoming one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations.

The town of Vis is located in a sheltered bay on the island’s north coast and is the oldest town in Dalmatia. This heavenly island has some of the best beaches in Croatia. The best beach, not only in Croatia but in Europe, is located on Vis. Moreover, secluded Stiniva Beach is reached by boat only. And is a hidden treasure. The southern coast has beautiful bays and secluded coves. Only 5 kilometers southwest of the island of Vis is the island of Biševo, famous for its natural phenomenon, the Blue Cave.

Day 5: The Island of Vis – The Island of Hvar

After Vis, the charter is on its way to Hvar. Hvar is the longest and sunniest Croatian island and is a part of the central Dalmatian archipelago with an area of 299.6 square kilometers. This enchanting island is one of Croatia’s top jet-set destinations. The Hvar town of Hvar is the island’s hub. It is very lively, with parties and nightlife attracting young people from all over the world. Hvar is also a place that will seduce you with its beaches, bays, and the nearby island chain, Pakleni Islands.

Day 6: Hvar Town to Stari Grad, Hvar

Sail around from the Pakleni Islands to Stari Grad, another of Hvar’s historic towns. Enjoy walking the beautiful waterfront with restaurants, bars, and cafes. We’re approaching the end of the Dubrovnik to Split Charter Itinerary.

Day 7: Stari Grad – The Island of Brač (Town of Bol)

Continuing, the charter makes its way to the beautiful town of Bolon on the Island of Brač. The Island of Brač is the third largest among the Adriatic islands. Furthermore, it is famous for its rich cultural and historical heritage, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal blue sea, and high-quality accommodation. In addition, Bol is the oldest town on the island and a trendy summer resort. In addition, Bol has Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) Beach, one of Croatia’s best-known and most beautiful beaches.

Day 8: The town of Bol-Split

Split is the final destination on the itinerary. Indeed it is a city that has something for every taste; famous for its old town where the breathtaking Diocletian Palace is located but also famous for its nightlife and various festivals. There is something for everyone in Split, with great restaurants, modern cafes, and historical museums.

The end of this sample is Dubrovnik to Split Charter Itinerary.

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