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Diamond Delights on the Dalmatian Coast

From Split to Dubrovnik

6 Days

Sailing Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is one of the most scenic and glamorous East Mediterranean experiences. From the fascinating Split and exclusive Hvar, to the sun-kissed Korčula and timeless Dubrovnik, this picturesque coastline sweeps alongside a sprinkling of equally alluring islands. A glittering expanse of romantic medieval villages and glossy coastal towns, this itinerary encompasses the very best of the Dalmatian Coastline.

  • Day 1
    8 Miles
    Split - Stomorska
    Split - Stomorska

    Begin your journey of old-world Mediterranean delight from the living-museum of Split. This traditional Croatian town is home to an impressive array of archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, including the fascinating Diocletian’s Palace and an alluring centre packed with sunny piazzas and chic cafés that makes it an ideal place to spend the morning. A short sail south brings Stomorska on the sunny island of Solta, where a leisurely evening can be spent in one of the rustic seafood restaurants.

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  • Day 2
    15 Miles
    Stomorska – Hvar
    Stomorska – Hvar

    Spend the morning enjoying one of the port’s beautiful beaches before heading south to the jet-set haven of Hvar, known as one of the brightest destinations in the Mediterranean. Enjoy and afternoon of sophisticated shopping in the picturesque town, take a tour of one of the local wineries or indulge in an excellent pampering experience in one of the luxurious hotels. With a vibrant nightlife, bring your party-best.

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  • Day 3
    34 Miles
    Hvar – Korčula
    Hvar – Korčula

    Southeast of Hvar is the historical island paradise of Korčula, rich in interesting sights including the birth home of Marco Polo, the Bishop’s Palace with its collection of Italian and Croatian Renaissance artists, and several stunning churches. Home to the traditional dance of Moreska, this is the perfect place to catch a unique show of this Croatian art. Alternatively, anchor just in front of the island of Scedro, extremely close to Korčula, for extra rest and relaxation.

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  • Day 4
    25 Miles
    Korčula – Pomena - Okuklje
    Korčula – Pomena - Okuklje

    Arrive in the morning in the small hideaway of Pomena on the west end of the island of Mljet. This tiny farming and fishing village is the perfect place to spend a peaceful day enjoying a spot of fishing, exploring the National Park or simply lazing on the beach. Further east on Mljet is the yachting haven of Okuklje, situated in one of the most protected coves on the island and home to some spectacular traditional seafood tavernas.

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  • Day 5
    14 Miles
    Okuklje – Sipanska Luka
    Okuklje – Sipanska Luka

    Located on the island of Sipan in the Elafiti group, Sipanska Luka is home to a brilliantly protected harbour. With its amazing architectural monuments from the Middle Ages and extravagant summer homes alongside glorious coastal scenery, this town is a delightful port of call.

  • Day 6
    10 Miles
    Sipanska Luka – Dubrovnik
    Sipanska Luka – Dubrovnik

    Back on the mainland, Dubrovnik takes at least a full day to truly explore. Historic and timeless, the city is full of casual coffee houses, enchantingly narrow streets and is the perfect place to catch shimmering sunsets ricocheting off the ancient ramparts. A stroll on foot through the Old Town is not to be missed, with its sun-drenched gardens, designer boutiques and modern galleries. The Stradum that cuts through the old city is the ultimate place to stop at a chic café or stylish bar for an evening drink and watch the world go by. Or if you prefer, spend some time onboard the yacht and trace a scenic route from the Fort of St Lawrence, past the magnificent cliffs to the Bay of Zupa Dubrovacka.

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