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Pearls of the Adriatic
TROGIR | TROGIR | 8 DAYS | 7 NIGHTS
The hidden bays, small towns, not crowed places are main higlights of the pearl of the Adriatic. Explore the pearls of Croatian islands with this beautiful route.
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.
2. Trogir - island Hvar
3. Island Hvar - island Vis
4. Island Vis - Vela Luka (island Korčula)
5. Vela Luka - island Mljet
6. Island Mljet - island Korčula
7. Island Korčula - Stomorska (island Šolta)
8. Stomorska - Trogir/disembarking
Day 1 TROGIR
The city of Trogir is a living museum city. 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.
Day 2 TROGIR - 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 HVAR - VIS
The island of Vis is a place hiding the splendor of the clear waters, the protected underworld, the rich sunken vessels and the miraculous views of sea flora and fauna. An archeological find, the collection Issa, holds a number of valuable finds, including the inscription by the hero Calius from the 4the century BC, the bronze head of Aphrodite or Artemis from the Praxitelean circle and collections of vases.
Day 4 VIS - VELA LUKA
...Vela Luka is a small town and a municipality in Dubrovnik-Neretva County in southern Dalmatia, Croatia. The town is located on the western side of the island of Korčula at the bottom of a wide bay which has many indented coves. Vela Luka developed at the beginning of the 19th century in a deep sheltered bay.Its name means "big harbour" in Croatian chakavian. Inhabitants of the Island of Korčula and Pelješac often refer to it simply as "Luka"(the port/harbour). It has several hotels and a medical centre called Kalos (for rheumatic disorders and rehabilitation). The inhabitants are farmers, fishermen and workers in tourism. The town has a shipyard called Greben and other smaller industrial plants.
Day 5 VELA LUKA - 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 6 MLJET - KORČULA
...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 7 KORČULA - STOMORSKA
...was constructed as the port of Gornje Selo and is considered the oldest costal town on the island. Stone houses, yards, alleys and stairs up the nearby hills, are interwoven by the harmonious architecture into the sides of a deep gulf at the bottom of which is the old core of the place.
The economy of the island Solta is based on vineyards, olives, fruit, fishing and tourism. While the main settlements (Grohote, Gornje Selo, Srednje Selo, Donje Selo) are inland, the main fishing centres are Maslinica, which is exposed to only north-westerly winds, making it a good shelter for smaller boats.Rogač is the main port and Nečujam the centre of the island’s tourism.
Day 8 TROGIR
Your adventure finishes today in place Trogir.