Mediterranean Dalmatia
Yacht Charter Dalmatia, Croatia

itineraire8 days from Dubrovnik


Day 1 : Dubrovnik

After your arrival at Dubrovnik International Airport (DBV), reach your boat and meet your crew at the ACI marina.

Day 2 : De Podskolj - Okuklje (Mljet)

Sail to the tip of Mljet, a charming wooded island pronounced "crumb" which dates from the time of the Odyssey. Visit the village of Saplunara, hike to the wild beach of Uvala Blace and kayak the round lagoon on clear turquoise waters. Go to Okuklje, visit its protected harbor and small village with its shops and restaurants and taste local specialties such as svinjetina.

Day 3 : Okuklje - Pomena (Mljet)

While sailing, swim in the Adriatic, then head to Pomena, the main tourist point of the island. After a surprising visit, drop anchor off Pemestak Island and take a scooter to discover the amazing lakes of Mljet, which have become a national park on the island, and let yourself be charmed by typical Croatian landscapes.

Day 4 : Pomena - Przina (Korcula)

Cape to the tip of Korcula. Take a dip in Przina Creek, west of Raznic Headland, and stroll along a beach surrounded by vineyards. Korcula or "Little Dubrovnik", in addition to being the birthplace of Marco Polo, is considered one of the most protected medieval cities in the world. Known to be talented stonemasons, boat builders but also sailors, meet the locals and share with them the love of their country.

Day 5 : Korcula - Polace (Mljet)

Join Mljet, drop anchor on the west coast of the island and discover the seabed in search of the moon fish. Head east for anchorage south of Lenga Headland at Polace Bay. Visit the village, stroll along its unique street and discover the warmth of the Croatians and the relaxed atmosphere, stroll along the small harbor or rent a car and travel the majestic panoramic road of the island to reach points of view to be cut the breath.

Day 6 : Polace - Sipan

While sailing towards Sipan (or "Golden Island"), go along the peninsula of Peljesac, then make a stop swimming in the creek of Prapratno. In Sipan, emerge yourself in Sipanska Luka, the main harbor of the island and visit this typical Dalmatian village, where people still live like their ancestors. Follow in the footsteps of myths and legends, to discover the rich history of the island, then visit his castle that belonged to the Skočibuha Stjepović family of patricians.

Days 7 & 8 : Sipan - Dubrovnik

When you reach Dubrovnik, stop at Sunj, on the east coast of Lopud Island, for a swim on a quiet and uncrowded beach. In Dubrovnik, follow in the footsteps of the shooting of "Game of Thrones", visit the ramparts of the city, take the cable car to reach an exceptional panorama and enjoy the traditional Malvasi. After a last breakfast on the water, disembark and return to the airport.