DAY 1 | SPLIT
Split is one of the Adriatic's most vibrant port cities, stunningly located between mountains and sea. A 1700 year old Diocletian Palace, a heart of Split, is full of cafés, cool bars, and lovely restaurants. Just get lost in a maze of allies, cobbled streets, and passages in Split’s old town, and explore a 1.700 year of history. A seafront promenade – Riva – a pride of all people from Split, bustles with people.
DAY 1 | BOL (STARI GRAD)
We depart Split harbour and make our way to Bol for our orvernight stay there. Bol (its name is derived from the Latin word "vallum") is renowned for its most popular beach, the "Zlatni Rat" (Golden Cape). Bol itself is a popular tourist destination, known for its harbourside bars and restaurants, and wind surfing conditions.
DAY 2 | VIS
In the morning we depart to the island of Vis for our overnight stay there. Vis is Dalmatian's coast most outlying island. Island has just recently been open for tourists as it had been a strategic military port in WWII. Vis is known for its beautiful nature and beaches. Charming sandy beach Stoncica will leave you breathless. Explore the island whether it's going on a military tour or climbing on top of St. George fort and enjoying breathtaking views.
DAY 3 | HVAR
We depart from island Vis to island Hvar for our overnight stay there. Hvar is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island. It became famous for its delightful Mediteranean climate. Friendly people, beautiful beaches, untouched nature are the main reasons why this island attracs so many people. We recommend you to see some attractions such as The fortress in Hvar town, The Catedral of St. Stephan, The Hektorović Palace, The arsenal in Hvar town. You can go to the dinner in some of the most popular restaurants like Zori restaurant, Divino, or you can try some local specialities at Konoba Menego.
DAY 4 | KORČULA
We depart Hvar and sail to Korcula for our overnight stay there. Korcula is rumoured to be the birthplace of Marco Polo. We can visit the Beach Vela Przina - Lombarda which is the most popular beach on the island of Korcula, located on the outskirts of the town of Lumbarda. After dinner, if you are looking for some nightlife, we recommend you to visit Cafe bar Servantes.
DAY 5 | MLJET
Our next destination is the island of Mljet which is considered as one of the most beautiful and the most forested island in the Adriatic. We arrive to Mljet in the afternoon and we are going to visit Mljet National Park which makes up most of the island. We will overnight in the port of Polace or Pomena.
DAY 6 | MAKARSKA
Today we will sail back up the Dalmatian coast to the Makarska Riviera. We spend the afternoon swimming at one of the beautiful bays along the way, before arriving into Makarska in the afternoon. Makarska nestles under the massive peaks of the Biokovo mountain range, with MT Jure being the highest seaside peak on the Mediterranean. Tonight we'll head to the infamous club "Deep", a natural cave next to the sea which rocks full of pirates and sailors into the wee hours.
DAY 7 | SPLIT
From Makarska, we make our way back to Split, stopping for a swim and onboard lunch at one of the secluded coastal beaches along the way. Your ship will dock in Split in the afternoon, allowing you the early evening to explore Split and it's UNESCO protected Diocletian's Palace, complete with Roman architecture dating back to the 4th Century! Tonight we'll have a final family dinner, before heading to Bar Paradiso for farewell cocktails.