A sailing route from Tivat to Split offers you a sample of journey that will satisfy the needs and wishes of each traveler. You will see two countries, witness the most beautiful natural wonders in the Adriatic, medieval coastal towns with vibrant history and soul, and savour delicious local food.
This itinerary can be tailor-made according to your preferences.
Board the yacht in Tivat and depart for Kotor, a World Heritage listed town at the head of a beautifu, fjord-like gulf. Go ashore and take guided tour through the town to make the most of your visit, as there is quite a lot to see in Kotor’s old walled city. Dine ashore tonight in one of Kotor’s beautiful cobble-stone streets, or overlooking the harbour in the Galion Seafood Restaurant.
Overnight in Kotor Harbour
Day 2: Cavtat
Time for some shopping in Kotor this morning, depart for Perast, further up the gulf for lunch. Perhaps visit the two islets which sit opposite Perast and are each home to a church, “Our Lady of The Rocks” and Sveti Dordje, or “Island of St. George”. In the afternoon, sail for Cavtat and moor on the town quay. Clear into Croatia while in Cavtat — taking time ashore for a wander before moving around into the bay to the north for swimming and water sports.
Overnight here, with dinner on board.
Day 3: Dubrovnik
A morning sail into Dubrovnik. The yacht will anchor just a short distance from Dubrovnik. Take a tender boat ashore, and then simply catch a taxi to the historic old town. Your time here will be well spent in the company of a local guide, who will ensure you miss none of the highlights of this most amazing walled city. There are some wonderful places to relax and enjoy typical Dalmatian fare, so be sure to dine ashore in the middle of the day. . And take some photos of the entire walled city of Dubrovnik from a top the nearby mountain - accessible by cable car.
Overnight in the nearby harbour of Zaton, with dinner on board.
Day 4: Sipan
Move on to the island of Sipan, the largest of the Elaphiti Islands and a beautiful tapestry of churches, old noble houses, olive groves, citrus groves, fig groves and vineyards. Anchoring in the bay of Sipanska Luka, walk ashore in and find a pathway up to the church. There is a small sign advertising homemade jams and liqueurs on the main road that winds down to the harbour, and you may be tempted to purchase a small jar of orange marmalade, made from local oranges.
Sipan is famous for its wine, which you may choose to try at the restaurant ashore here in Sipanska Luka, Konoba Kod Marka.
Day 5: Mljet island and Korcula
Mljet island is a wonderland of forests and lakes, and at Polace, there is a idyllic spot in which to anchor alongside thick, fragrant forests of pine. This is the Mljet National Park, where it is recommended that you hire a car or a bike and cycle/drive to the two inland salt water lakes - and perhaps boat out to the monastery of St. Mary, set on a tiny island in one of the lakes. Sail for the island of Korcula and moor on the town quay, a short distance from one of the most charming small towns in all of Croatia.
The narrowest streets of Korcula Town are distinctly 15th century - a time when stonemasons were very enthusiastic about leaving their mark, and here you will find that elaborate facades abound. Korcula town really is a feast for the senses — dining out in a narrow, cobble-stone street will transport you back in time.
Overnight in Korcula.
Day 6: Korcula and Hvar
Sail to the harbour known as Vela Luka on the island of Korcula and take a walk ashore. While here, you may want to visit a local farmhouse and taste some of the local delicacies. Later in the day, sail for the beautiful port of Hvar.
It’s so charming and beautifully laid out! Venetian townhouses line the streets, and shops, restaurants and cafes give the town a decidedly 'St. Tropez' atmosphere. The island of Hvar boasts more hours of sunshine than any other Croatian island, so you are certain to have views extending off to the far horizon when looking down on the port from the Spanjola Fortess, high on the hill above Hvar town.
Hvar is very lively by night, so make the most of the party atmosphere and dine out in style tonight.
Day 7: Solta
Although Solta is the nearest island to Split, it is still somewhat off the beaten track. Drop anchor in the vicinity of six islets, Stipanska, Balkun, Saskinja, Polebrnjak, Grmej and Radula which are ideal for swimming and water sports activities. In the evening we enter a charming fishing port, Maslinica, also on the western side of the island, where its possible to moor at one of the nicest marinas in all of Croatia, the Martinis Marchi. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner out in Maslinica.
Day 8: Split
Disembark in Split after breakfast.
WHY WE ARE IN LOVE WITH THE ADRIATIC AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT TO OUR GUESTS
WHAT TO SEE IN KOTOR DURING A YACHT CHARTER VACATION?
Kotor is located deep at the end of a butterfly-shaped Boka Kotorska, a bay that reminds a quiet Nordic fjord. Spectacular scenery of Kotor’s location leaves your breathless, either you’re you are at the foot of towering mountains or you’ve reached the top of Saint Giovanni castle and now gaping at the canvas of terracotta roofs and the bay’s unforgettable looks.
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