Sail the Southern Croatian Coast and Islands
The Dalmatian Coast

The suggested itinerary is intended to give you an idea of the places we could visit on the cruise.

Suggested Itinerary
There are flights to Split from a number of international destinations as well as connections from Zagreb.

A 12 Day Cruise is ideal for sailing south through the islands to the historic walled city of Dubrovnik and returning to Split via a different route. This route covers slightly more distance and, for keen sailors, provides the opportunity to enjoy some longer sailing passages.

Starting from Split we set sail for our first island and our overnight mooring. Every day we sail to a new destination, this could be on the island of Palmizana in the Pakleni Islands or a town harbour such as Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, or even in the Mljet National Park. You can explore the ancient towns and discover a traditional taverna for dinner ashore. At lunch time we stop at quiet bays for a swim in the clear blue water and lunch on board.

On our circular route to Dubrovnik and back we visit many different islands and ports these could include

Brac
Palmizana in the Pakleni Islands
Hvar
Starigrad on the island of Hvar
Viz Island
Dubrovnik
Korcula
Ston
Mljet
Lastovo
Scedro

View a detailed Suggested Itinerary of the Croatian Coast Southern Area.

A 6 day cruise would be around the central group of islands and coast around Split, visiting the islands and anchorages of Brac, Hvar, Solta, Trogir and Pakleni Islands.

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Croatian Coast south
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Croatian coast - Dubrovnik

Croatian coast - Dubrovnik

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