• Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8

Day 1 – Split-Milna

Your embarkation is at 5:00 PM in Split.

After introducing you to the crew and looking around the boat, you will sail out of Split to the beautiful little fishing town on Brač called Milna. This first night you will have dinner served on the ship, so you can completely relax after your day of travel and spend your night in some beautiful bay without any contact with civilization. If this is not something you would prefer, you can moor in the town port or visit the town with the tender. Milna is a typical small fishermen’s town on the western side of the island of Brač. From the time of the Roman emperor Diocletian until today, Milna is well known as the safest harbor on the island of Brač. It is also known for the beautiful bays surrounding this village, and because of this – it is the ideal place to spend the first night of this 7-day Adriatic cursing adventure. History lovers can find joy in wandering through the beautiful narrow streets of Milna, with old stone houses all around you, or can visit a Baroque parish church with a typical bell tower.

Day 2 – Milna-Hvar

Today you will sail to the sunniest island on the Adriatic – island Hvar. On your way to Hvar, you can stop for a swim on one of the most beautiful European beaches – Zlatni Rat on the island of Brač, in a town called Bol. Zlatni Rat, when translated, means „Golden Horn. “ It is a natural pebble beach made of small stones that are easy to walk on. It is famous for its crystal-clear waters, pine trees shade, and unique shape: 500 m long peninsula whose tip rotates right or left depending on the winds and currents. This beach is protected as a geo-morphological monument.

After this short visit to Zlatni Rat, you will sail a little bit more and spend your day in some beautiful bay on island Hvar: sunbath and relax, enjoy water sports, and have lunch aboard surrounded by beautiful nature. In the afternoon, you will visit the island’s center, a town with the same name – Hvar. The town of Hvar is already well known to most tourists coming to Croatia as the nightlife paradise, but Hvar has so much more to offer. With a rich history, as the Venetian center of the island, Hvar offers many historical attractions, primarily dated to the 16th and 17th centuries. Besides history, nature is something that will fascinate you on Hvar. From the magical lavender fields filled with enchanting scents to fascinating vineyards on the island’s south side to the studding hidden bays and coves on the island chain of Pakleni islands that offer perfect anchoring spots. So, after spending the evening in the busy town of Hvar, you will be ready to fully enjoy the peacefulness of the night spent in some hidden bay on the Pakleni islands.

What to see in Hvar

  • Fortress Fortica
  • St Stephen cathedral
  • Bishop’s Palace
  • Arsenal and Theater

Where to eat in Hvar

  • Giaxa
  • Ko doma
  • Gariful
  • Pasarola

Day 3 – Hvar – Vis

As usual these days, after breakfast served in the surrounding of untouched nature, you will sail to your following location, island Vis. This magical island is well known to the sailors starting from ancient times. Greeks formed their colony Issa on this location in 397 B.C., which was the base for their colonization of the Adriatic Sea. Ruins of this colony can still be found on the island: terms, ancient theater on Prirovo, etc. This is why Vis is well known as one of the oldest towns in Croatia. Well hidden in the deep Bay of St George, Vis was the island’s center for centuries. Formed by connecting three villages into one (Luka, Kut, and Gradina), Vis has so much to offer. From the ancient Greek ruins to the British fortress in Gradina to the renaissance villas and churches in Luka and Kut.

Besides the town of Vis, Komiža is also must see location on Vis island. From this picturesque fishing town on the island’s south side, you can make a trip to the small island Biševo, famous for its Blue Cave. Vis has an extensive list of natural phenomena that can be visited. Besides Blue Cave, there is a Green cave, Stiniva beach, Zaglav beach, etc. Also, many attractions, like sunken boats, can be found in the depths around Vis. This is why Vis will for sure leave you speechless.

From the time of the Second World War, Vis was an essential military base of the former Jugoslav army, and the whole island was closed to tourists until the 1990s. From this time, many military underground tunnels and other objects can be found on the island, and different military tours are offered to start from Vis or Komiža. Vis has been mainly known among tourists in the last few years as the location where the movie Mama Mia: Here We Go Again was filmed in 2017.

What to see in Vis

  • Franciscan Church and Monastery
  • Fort George
  • Archeological Museum
  • Kut
  • Blue Cave (island Biševo)

Where to eat in Vis

  • Konoba & bar Lola
  • Konoba Kantun

Day 4 – Vis – Korčula

Today you will have a few extra hours of sailing in the morning, but it will be worth it as you will visit the town of Korčula on the island with the same name. Korčula is usually known as the birth town of the famous explorer Marco Polo. You will be able to visit his birth house and from there enjoy a stunning view of the whole town.

You will reach Korčula around lunchtime, and before visiting town, you will have a few hours to enjoy sea activities and relax like some beautiful bay. In the late afternoon, the boat will moor near the town center. Korčula is also known as a small Dubrovnik, and when arriving and looking from the distance of the seaside, you will see why this is so. Located on a small peninsula, surrounded by stone city walls and fortresses, it resembles Dubrovnik. Narrow streets and an old town center with Renaissance Gothic houses, palaces, and churches complete this impression. Korčula is a thrilling town: full of life, art, and history. You can feel this everywhere: behind every little corner and on every little square. And if you are lucky enough, in the evening, you may witness the Moreška dance, a traditional sword dance which probably has its origins in Spain and from there came to this part of the Mediterranean. This is something that people from Korčula are proud of, as it has a long tradition and today is performed only on this island. After the evening spent in this beautiful little town, we assure you that you will surely keep some special memories in your heart for the rest of your life.

What to see in Korčula

  • St Mark’s Cathedral
  • Town Museum
  • Marco Polo’s House
  • The Memorial Collection of
  • Maksimilijan Vanka

Where to eat in Korčula

  • LD Restaurant
  • Filippi Restaurant
  • Aterina
  • Konoba Maha

Day 5 – Korčula – Jelsa

Today, after a long ride from Korčula, you will anchor near the picturesque village of Jelsa. Situated in the middle of the northern side of island Hvar and surrounded by the island’s highest peaks, Jelsa is a trendy touristic location. With a prosperous history life that began in the middle age when some ancient villae rusticae were built here, Jelsa has so much to offer. The local story says that the whole village was built around St. John’s Chapel and its square, a place that is still in some way the town’s cultural center and where many events are being held during the summer. One of these events is a festival named after Croatian classical composer Antun Dobronić, born here in Jelsa. Culture lovers can also visit Cross Bearer Square and learn about this five centuries-old tradition included in UNESCO’s World Intangible Cultural Heritage List. These processions, called “Za križem,” which means Following the Cross, take place each year on Maundy Thursday before Easter. We recommend visiting the town museum or the beautiful local park created in 1870. You can wander the town’s narrow streets, enter some wine cellars and look for a local superhero – Lavanderman. Nature lovers can visit some of the beautiful local beaches.

Jelsa, as being situated in the middle of the island, is also the ideal starting point for many excursions: for example Village of Humac, Grapčeva Cave, the Greek Tower of Tor, etc. And that is why Jelsa is one of the Adriatic must-see locations.

What to see in Jelsa

  • St. John’s Chapel & Square
  • The Museum (Juraj Dobrovic Gallery?
  • Jelsa Park
  • The Cross Bearer Square
  • Tor-A Greek Watchtower

Where to eat in Jelsa

  • Wine Bar & Restaurant Artichoke
  • Me and Mrs Jones

Day 6 Jelsa – Pučišća

You will leave Jelsa around 9:00 AM, just after breakfast, and find another beautiful bay to enjoy your day of relaxation. After lunch spent surrounded by untouched nature and a few more hours of sunbathing and water activities, you will sail into the stunning deep hidden bay of town Pučišća, a picturesque village on the northern side of the island Brač. Known as the “Port of 13 towers”, Pučišća was, for centuries, an ideally protected port, as it was both hidden and well-fortified. You can still find remains of a few of these towers while walking around the village.

One thing that for sure describes Pučišća the best – is white limestone. And this is something you will notice first while entering Pučišća bay – all the houses in this village are made from stone. The local quarry has certainly formed the lives of the domestic population. For centuries, together with agriculture, it was the primary source of local income. Stone, from this query, was used to build famous buildings in Croatia and abroad. One of them is Diocletian’s palace in Split. A local story says that this white stone was even brought to Washington and used in the White House construction.
Nevertheless, stone and stonemasons have always been a significant part of the history of Pučišća. Therefore, it is unsurprising that a stonemason high school was founded here in this town on the island of Brač. This school, unique in this part of Europe, has almost a hundred years-long traditions and has formed many generations of skilled artisans. Although the school is closed during the summer, it can be visited at certain times during the day, accompanied by one of the school professors. This stonemason school is undoubtedly a must-see location while visiting Pučišća. Culture lovers will also enjoy International summer music school, which takes place each year from July to September when workshops and concerts are organized, during which the stone-paved streets echo the sounds of beautiful music.

Pučišća was recently listed in the top 10 most beautiful towns in Europe, and this fact only confirms that this little town is one of the undiscovered pearls of the Adriatic.

Where to eat in Pučišća

  • Puteus Palace
  • Restaurant Brač

Day 7 – Pučišća – Omiš (or Split)

Today you will visit Omiš, a charming little town situated on river Cetina into the Adriatic Sea. Surrounded by mountains, rivers, and beautiful sandy beaches, Omiš combines unique natural ambient with rich cultural heritage. A story about Omiš being “a pirate city” has a natural history stronghold. In the middle ages, pirates from Omiš, under the leadership of the famous Kačić Family, controlled sea travel and trade from Omiš to Dubrovnik. All the ships that passed through this area had to pay a fee to them or risk their attack. They used their uniquely shaped boats in the attacks and were very successful, as they would quickly return and hide in the Cetina month. Fortress Mirabella was also an essential part of this history as it offered a stunning view of the Adriatic Sea and was a perfect lookout for pirates. Above the town is another fortress – Starigrad (or Fortica). Fortica was built as a shelter for locals in the event of an attack on the city. The glory of this pirate tradition is still alive in Omiš, and few summer events are held in memory. One of them is the famous Pirate battle. History lovers can also find a few other locations (Old city cemetery, Turjun Fort, Eastern town door, Town Museum, etc.). If you get out of the town bustle, you can enjoy beautiful evening walks on the promenade by the river.

Omiš is also an adrenaline paradise. Everyone can find the perfect option for themselves on the long list of activities. You can go rafting or canyoning on river Cetina and enjoy untouched nature in its fullness. For those little braver ziplines in Cetina canyon is a sure unforgettable experience. Paragliding, free climbing, or just ordinary hiking are also available options.

Omiš is also famous for its Cappella singing festival, which is held every year in July.

What to see in Omiš

  • Church of St. Peter
  • Parish church of St
  • Michael with a bell tower
  • The house of a happy man
  • The fortress Mirabella
  • The Fortress Starigrad


Where to eat in Omiš

  • Cocopazzo Wine & Dine Restaurant
  • Restaurant Pod Odrnom
  • Restaurant Knez

Day 8 – Omiš – Split

On the last day of your charter, you will enjoy a short ride from Omiš to Split, during which breakfast will be served. Your disembarkation is at 9:00 AM. We advise you to visit the Split town center if you have time. This second-largest town in Croatia will leave you speechless by offering a beautiful cocktail of history, culture, excellent food, and stunning views. This 1700-year-old town is one of the most seen locations in Croatia. Wander through the old stone streets, visit the palace and basements of Roman emperor Diocletian, climb the Marjan hill for a studding view, sit on the sea promenade, and enjoy your coffee or lunch. In Split, there is something for everybody.

What to see in Split

  • Diocletian’s Palace
  • St. Duje’s Cathedral and Campanile
  • Peristil Square
  • Marjan hill
  • Statue of Grgur Ninski

Where to eat in Split

  • Zoi
  • Bokeria
  • Zora bila
  • Makarun
  • Šug