Pearls of the South Adriatic: Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik - Mljet - Hvar - Makarska - Korčula - Slano - Dubrovnik

 

Day 1: SATURDAY – Dubrovnik

The adventure starts on the very day of your arrival to Dubrovnik, one of the most attractive cities of the Mediterranean, the centre of contemporary cultural and tourist events with unique political and cultural history. The captain and the crew will give you a warm welcome. Dinner is served on board. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 2: SUNDAY – Dubrovnik

After breakfast enjoy discovering Dubrovnik - the Pearl of the Adriatic. Lunch on board and free time for sightseeing or enjoying on some beach. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 3: MONDAY – Dubrovnik / Pomena (Mljet island)

After breakfast we sail out on a cruise from Dubrovnik to Pomena, a hidden port on the idyllic Mljet Island. Lunch is served on board. To many people Mljet is an island lost at sea that cannot be easily reached. Do not miss the opportunity to discover the landscape that inhabits the stories of Odysseus, St Paul, Benedictines and Mediterranean monk seal. In the heart of the pine clad island there is a national park, a magnificent phenomenon with two lakes in its centre. Overnight in Pomena. The entrance to National Park Mljet is not included in the rate of the cruise.

Day 4: TUESDAY – Pomena / Jelsa (Hvar island)

In the morning hours we set off to Hvar Island. This beautifull island lies between the islands of Brač and Korčula.Hvar’s location at the center of the Adriatic sailing routes had made this island an important base for trade throughout the wider Mediterranean in the past. After lunch on board, scout the city Jelsa and the island. Overnight in Jelsa.

Day 5: WEDNESDAY – Hvar / Makarska

After leaving Hvar we cruise towards the Hvar Channel by the best known and the most beautiful beach of the Adriatic – Zlatni Rat, a natural phenomenon in a shape of a horn on the southern part of Brac Island below the highest peak of all Adriatic islands, Vidova Gora at 780 m. Lunch on board. In the afternoon, the cruise continues towards Makarska and Mount Biokovo with its magnificent peaks (Sv Jure, 1762 m) that crown the Riviera and make it more recognizable than any other tourist destination in the Adriatic. In the evening, enjoy the rhythms of entertainment in the heart of the city. Overnight in Makarska.

Day 6: THURSDAY – Makarska / Korčula (Korčula island)

After breakfast we head to Pelješac Peninsula and onward to Korčula, the city on the island bearing the same name, best known as the birth place of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Within the fortifications and defensive walls, the red roofs extensively remind of the city of Dubrovnik. Meet the centuries old works of stonemasons whose architectural wonders created a very orderly urban plan. Lunch on board. Overnight in Korčula.

Day 7: FRIDAY – Korčula – Slano

Today we sail by the biggest peninsula in Dalmatia, Pelješac Peninsula, known for its slopes that gave names to the best red wines, Postup and Dingač, of the sort called plavac mali with a stop to Trstenik. Further down the Mljet Strait, we will come to the Elaphiti Archipelago, a group of 14 islands and islets. Lunch and swimming breaks. Late afternoon will see us in Slano. Overnight in Slano.

Day 8: SATURDAY – Slano – Dubrovnik

After breakfast departure from Slano for all clients with morning flights. Than the boat sails from Slano to Lopud Island for a swim break. After break we sail below the mighty city walls of the Old Town and by the magical Lokrum Island to the Port of Gruz for other individual departures. Have a pleasant journey!


Documents

MALI-ANTE-Pearls-of-the-south-Adriatic-(DU-DU).pdf
MALI-ANTE-Island-hopping-by-bike-(DU-DU).pdf