Split - Split

Southern.

Day 1: SPLIT-BOL/MILNA After boarding you will informed about the crew, boat and cruise. We depart Split Harbour in the afternoon and commence sailing towards to our first destination - the island of Brac. The largest of the Dalmatian islands, we will moor up in the port of Bol on the southern side of the island, the oldest town on Brac. The area is famous for the ‘Zlatni Rat’ (Golden Horn) beach, the tip of which changes shape according to the lapping of the waves. Surrounded by native Mediterranean pine trees, spend your afternoon swimming and relaxing in this beautiful area. In some occurances we will dock in Milna for the night, this is either due to bad weather or port restrictions.
Day 2: BOL/MILNA-HVAR Enjoy breakfast overlooking the stunning Adriatic as we cruise towards Hvar island. Relax in the Croatian sunshine or take a dip into the refreshing Adriatic at our mid-morning swim stop before lunch is served onboard. After lunch we continue onto Hvar, the ‘French Riviera’ of the Adriatic. Hvar still remains authentic to its roots though with cobbled streets and historic architecture, with the 7th century fort ruins overlooking the town, a must-see for breathtaking views. Take a walk to the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower, as well as to the oldest community theatre in Europe, which dates back to 1612.
Day 3: HVAR-MLJET Today we sail south-east to one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia, Mljet Island which is actually a National Park and Croatia’s greenest island covered by dense Mediterranean pine forest. The National Park is famous for its two salt lakes in the north end of the island - Veliko and Malo Jezero - and the 12th century Benedictine monastery in the middle of Veliko. Additionally, explore one of the most pristine parts of the island by cycling or walking around to where the sea meets the lake. After exploring, spend your afternoon on the top deck of the ship watching a magical Mljet sunset with a drink in hand.
Day 4: MLJET- DUBROVNIK There is nothing like waking up in peaceful Mljet and enjoying breakfast as we cruise towards the UNESCO protected and spectacularly beautiful city of Dubrovnik. Enjoy the beautiful views along the way towards "heaven on earth" - according to the famous writer George Bernard Shaw. We will arrive into Dubrovnik in the afternoon. Dubrovnik’s old town is wonderfully captivating with its 1,940m long 15th century stone walls built to protect the city from invasion. It is highly recommended to walk around the walls to grasp the diverse nature of this city. Walk along the Stradun, the promenade inside the old city walls and meander the alleyways to discover numerous local restaurants, shops and bars.
Day 5: DUBROVNIK – KORCULA Relax as we set sail for the island of Korčula. and enjoy lunch in the beautiful Lumbarda Bay. The town of Korčula, said to be the home of Marco Polo, was mostly built in the 15th century, and the island's local population were famous for their decorative stone carving work, which to this day still adorn the city's facades. Korčula is also known as a gastronomic destination with many good restaurants that wrap around the edges of the seaside. You may be lucky enough to see a performance of “Moreska” - a dramatic sword dance, which was widespread in the Mediterranean countries in the 11th century, but today only exists here on the island. We will overnight in Korčula.
Day 6: KORCULA – MAKARSKA Enjoy cruising back up along the Adriatic coast as we make our way to Makarska Riviera. Spend the afternoon swimming at one of the beautiful beaches along the riviera, relaxing on board or enjoy strolling around the streets of Makarska exploring the local markets on the beachfront as well. Take a walk around the tip of the riviera for a wonderful view of the Biokovo Mountain range and get up close to the statue of St Peter watching protectively over this beautiful town. Unwind with a cocktail as you absorb the beauty of Makarska and watch the spectacular sunset over the Adriatic.
Day 7: MAKARSKA – SPLIT Embrace your last morning cruising the Dalmatian coast as we make our way back to Split. Enjoy your final swim stop in secluded bays just outside of Split and then take in this spectacular city as we cruise into Split harbour in the afternoon, This UNESCO World Heritage city bases the city centre in and around the stunning Diocletian's Palace, the Roman emperor Diocletian’s retirement palace from 295-305 AD. Stroll through the palace basement filled with market stalls and outside experience the historical architecture of this beautiful palace that consists of 220 buildings within its boundaries and is home to 3,000 people.
Day 8: SPLIT The guests are gently asked to disembark at 9:00 a.m after the breakfast

Depending on sea and weather conditions, Barbaros Yachting reserves the right to make necessary changes to the tour itinerary to ensure the safety and comfort of our guests.




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