Croatia Set Sail

Embark on an enchanting seven-day sailing adventure across the pristine waters of Croatia, where each day unveils a new treasure curated by those who know it best—the locals. From the sun-kissed shores of Hvar to the historic streets of Dubrovnik, this exclusive itinerary promises a genuine immersion into the heart of Croatian culture and natural beauty. As you glide from one idyllic island to another aboard a charming sailboat, you’ll experience firsthand the secrets and stories that only local insiders can provide, making every moment aboard this journey not just a trip, but a discovery of Croatia’s soul.

Depending on the size of your group, we will find the perfect boat for you with all the provisions you need. If you’d like a skipper so you can sit back and relax, we’ve got you covered.

After your arrival in Dubrovnik, your private transfer will be waiting to take you straight to your new home for the week. You’ll arrive at the boat, check-in and begin your Croatian sailing adventure.

Being local to the Adriatic region, we have spent summer after summer of our childhood exploring the sea, the islands and the incredible coastline of where we call home. Our itinerary has been created to showcase the highlights of this area, providing to you a mixture of ancient charm and old towns, secluded bays, bustling bars and restaurant scenes, and pristine waters. Fancy some changes based on your own research? No problem, your week at sea is totally customisable!

Nestled between the sparkling waters of the Adriatic Sea and the rugged hills of southern Dalmatia, the Pelješac Peninsula offers a stunning escape into Croatia’s rich landscapes and even richer history. Known for its world-class vineyards, ancient salt pans, and medieval villages, Pelješac is a haven for those seeking the serene beauty of untouched nature coupled with a taste of authentic Croatian culture. Talk to us to arrange a wine tour for you whilst here.

Mljet, often hailed as one of the most enchanting islands in the Adriatic Sea, is a serene oasis of untouched nature and mythical allure. This lush island is renowned for its dense forests, clear blue lakes, and a rich tapestry of history that includes tales of shipwrecks and Odysseus himself. With much of the island designated as a national park, Mljet offers its visitors the unique opportunity to explore well-preserved habitats, tranquil saltwater lakes, and the ancient Benedictine monastery on the isle of St. Mary.

Korčula, often referred to as the “Emerald Isle,” is one of the Adriatic’s true gems, rich with lush forests, ancient villages, and a vibrant history that echoes through its narrow cobblestone streets. As the alleged birthplace of the famed explorer Marco Polo, this enchanting island offers a compelling blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty. Visitors can explore the well-preserved medieval town, characterised by its distinctive fishbone street layout designed for comfort and safety in times long past.

Known as the sunniest spot in Croatia, Hvar offers an alluring blend of luxurious Mediterranean leisure and historical intrigue. The island’s main town, also named Hvar, is famous for its scenic harbor, Renaissance cathedral, and the ancient fortress that overlooks the town from a hill above, offering panoramic views of the sea and nearby islands. Hvar’s appeal extends beyond its architectural beauty, with lavender fields, olive groves, and vineyards dotting the interior landscape. This makes Hvar not only a hotspot for nightlife and yachting but also a delightful retreat for those seeking serene natural beauty and a taste of traditional Dalmatian life.

Brač is renowned for its rugged beauty, dramatic landscapes, and the iconic Zlatni Rat beach, often featured as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The island’s charm lies not only in its stunning coastline but also in its rich cultural heritage, evident in the quaint stone villages and historical sites scattered across its terrain.

No visit to this part of Croatia would be complete without a stop in Dubrovnik. Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik is a stunning city on the southern coast of Croatia, celebrated for its spectacular seaside location, distinctive Old Town, and monumental medieval walls. Encircled by its well-preserved walls completed in the 16th century, the city’s rich history is visible in its Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque churches, monasteries, and palaces. Walking through the limestone streets of its historic core, visitors can experience the vibrant atmosphere and cultural heritage that earned Dubrovnik a UNESCO World Heritage status.

Thanks to our knowledge of the area, we can suggest some beautifully authentic places for you to wine and dine. Why not book a wine tour with us, celebrate a milestone at a perfect restaurant with that killer view, or maybe embed yourself into the history of the region with some local tours. Get in touch for more details on what we can offer.

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