LQC R O U T E
TROGIR | DUBROVNIK | 8 DAYS | 7 NIGHTS
As its name already said it is a easygoing route from Trogir to Dubrovnik. You will see and feel all Dalmatian beauties within one week.
Private cruise - whole charter
Private Cruise (Whole Charter) is ideal for group of 6 and more. Through this arrangement we offer exclusivity regarding to route, food, date and ship. On this way, your vacation will be totally unique experience.
1. Trogir/boarding - Trogir
2. Trogir - island Hvar
3. Island Hvar - island Korčula
4. Island Korčula - island Mljet
5. Island Mljet - place Slano
6. Town Slano - Dubrovnik
Day 1 TROGIR
Lovers of historic monuments, works of art, indigenous buildings and beautiful streets will enjoy Trogir tremendously. There, they will come face to face with opulent and layered architectural heritage, from the Romanic courtyard to modern interiors.
Trogir is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex not only in the Adriatic, but in all of Central Europe. Trogir's medieval core, surrounded by walls, comprises a preserved castle and tower and a series of dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Trogir's grandest building is the church of St. Lawrence, whose main west portal is a masterpiece by Radovan, and the most significant work of the Romanesque-Gothic style in Croatia.
Day 2 TROGIR - ISLAND HVAR
Hvar is a city full of historical heritage and with the Europe oldest theater. The city is nestled on the southwestern coastline of the island in a beautiful cove protected by the Pakleni Islands. Today, the town of Hvar with its rich and tempestuous history is one of the most visited locations and must-see destinations on the Adriatic tourist map. The Hvar Theater, the European oldest theater; the Fortress; the City Loggia; the Cathedral and the Franciscan monastery are just some of the sights that will seduce you with their beauty and take you back in time when Venice, Austrian Empire or Napoleon ruled this area. But the monuments are not the only thing that makes Hvar special. Besides the above mentioned, elongated harbor reaching for the sea and the Pakleni Islands, the unique and agreeable healing climate, many beaches, restaurants, and clubs give this island a century and a half long rich tradition in tourism.
Day 3 ISLAND HVAR - ISLAND KORČULA
...the capital city of the island Korcula is located along the eastern coastline of the island. It is a beautiful example of archeologically preserved, fortified medieval town. It is built on a small island with a total area of 3 hectares and was only later connected with the island mainland. The island of Korcula is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea, with abundant vineyards and olive groves. Its southern coast is formed by small beaches and quiet coves.
The old city is surrounded by walls, and the streets are arranged in a herringbone pattern allowing free circulation of air but protecting against strong winds. Korčula is tightly built on a promontory that guards the narrow sound between the island and the mainland. Building outside the walls was forbidden until the 18th century, and the wooden drawbridge was only replaced in 1863. All of Korčula's narrow streets are stepped with the notable exception of the street running alongside the southeastern wall. The street is called the Street of Thoughts as one did not have to worry about the steps.
Day 4 ISLAND KORČULA - ISLAND MLJET
For many tourists, the Island of Mljet is just one of the islands lost on the sea horizon, as it can be rather hard to get reach. But do not let this amazing landscapes described in the stories of Odysseus, Saint Paul and the Benedictine monks and the most endangered sea mammal species, the Mediterranean Monk Seal (Monachus monachus hermann) remain unexplored secret for you.
Day 5 ISLAND MLJET - SLANO
Slano - small town in a natural bay without modern tourism and large disturbances. A place belongs to fishermen. Slano is a village in southern Croatia with a small harbour in the bay of the same name. It is located 27 km northwest of Dubrovnik.
Farming, olive-growing, viniculture, fruit-growing, tobacco, herbs (sage, laurel), fishing and tourism are the main occupations. Slano lies on the main coastal road. Yachts can anchor in the small protected Banja cove and an anchoring-ground for larger yachts lies off the entrance to the cove, to the southwest of Cape Gornji.
Day 6 SLANO - DUBROVNIK
The city was founded in the 7th c. and it is now surrounded by the fortress wall 2 km long, which was being built from the 11th to the 17th c. Its citizens were known as seamen and tradesmen, and sailboats from Dubrovnik were sailing all around the world. The 15th and the 16th c was the best period of Dubrovnik and it is known as "The golden Age". But the greatest blow Dubrovnik got in 1667. when a big earthquake almost destroyed the city. It was the centre of the Republic of Dubrovnik that went down at the beginning of the 19th c. with Napoleon arrival. Through its history Dubrovnik, with its beauty, always attracted and fascinated numerous inquisitives, travellers, adventurers and others, as it does even today. The main Dubrovnik street Stradun, unique for its beauty, is the centre of the old city and favourite gathering place of its citizens. With its 17 monasteries and churches and one of the oldest synagogues in Europe, Dubrovnik testifies its religious and cultural heritage. Numerous cultural sights, clear sea, friendly hosts and local specialities will make your stay in Dubrovnik unforgettable.
Day 7 DUBROVNIK