We have prepared a few charter routes suggestions, based on our experience and wishes from our past clients. These suggestions are more like guidelines than a must be. On the sea, everything depends on weather and crews mood and their wishes.
This route will take you to the most beautifull islands in Croatian Adriatic.
Day 1 ( Saturday ) check in – Dubrovnik
Check inis usually from 17:00 pm forward.
Day 2 ( Sunday ) Polače ( Mljet)
The island of Mljet is the southernmost major island of Croatia. It carefully preserves the oldest national park on the Adriatic. However, many of its attributes do not end there.
The island of Mljet was in the past a shelter for seafarers and a frequent target of pirates. But today it is a destination that, according to the recommendations of many respectable world newspapers and guides such as Lonely Planet and Time, you must visit.
Day 3 ( Monday ) Lastovo
The nature park covers the islands of Lastovo and Sušac and the islands Lastovnjaci and Vrhovnjaci. The Pasadur bay, a safe shelter in front of all winds. A heaven for any mariner, as well as for cyclists. Lastovo requires you to take care of the environment. In return, you will be given the pleasure of staying in unspoiled nature. While 40 churches and chapels from different periods are “scattered” along the wooden island, the fortress Kaštel from the hill keeps an eye on the medieval town of Lastovo. Invisible from the seaside and hidden in a natural amphitheater. The town preserves the treasury of sacral art: the church of Sv. Kuzma and Damjan, as well as Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque stone houses.
High forests, vineyards and the olive groves of the island of Lastovo will take your breath away while cycling the paths in mountains and fields. The end of the path will surprise you with some hidden bay. Zaklopatice beaches, you may find ”Skrito Luko” on the southern part of the island.
Day 4 ( Tuesday ) Korčula ( Vela Luka )
Korcula is one of the most wooded islands, was named Black Korcula in the past due to its thick black pine trees. The island is famous for its wine and olive oil, and it also boasts historical events whose mysteries guard the town of Korčula, a city of towers and walls. In addition to battle dances and Dalmatian claps, the island will also offer you the craziest entertainment in the summer.
Festivals and wine
In Čari is a 50 m high protected natural monument – one of the oldest cypresses in Europe. This part of the island is known for its fertile valley of many vineyards, where Korcula produces its famous white wine Pošip.
Refresh yourself in the nearby bays of Zavalatica, Brna or Istruga, a bay of healing sea mud. One of the biggest towns on the island, Blato.
The masked celebration of the half of the New Year, which takes place on June 30, is the craziest night. Then the streets of Korčula turn into a large dance floor. Laughter spreads through idyllic bays such as Prigradice, Prižba, and Grščice, where fishing festivals take place.
Day 5 ( Wednesday ) Korčula town and Pelješač
Sailing from Vela Luka to Pelješac takes you right pass Korčula town. It would be a sin not to stop for a stroll and a glass of vine. A Dalmatian peninsula is proud of its rich nature and excellent gastronomic offer. The second largest peninsula in Croatia enjoys a beautiful Mediterranean climate, ideal for growing vines and producing top quality wines. Pelješac is also known for its salt pans, which have been feeding many, for centuries, and even today, including the Dubrovnik Republic. The ancient defense wall is the third symbol, which most often describes the beautiful peninsula of Peljesac, for which the locals say that “nature is in its true form”.
The beaches on Peljesac are beautiful and suitable for families with children. Try the best known Peljesac wines, enjoy the view of the open sea and relax your spirit and body in the benefits of the peninsula.
Orebić town was always a cradle of sea captains. Its houses and gardens filled with exotic herbs, leave the visitor breathless. A marine museum in the town keeps the secrets of these old sailors. Near Orebić is the tallest peak of Pelješac, named for Saint Elijah, and its excellent view of the surrounding archipelago.
Day 6 ( Thursday ) Šipan
West of Dubrovnik, unusual form rise up from the sea. Elafiti or ‘’deer islands’’. The typical Mediterranean vegetation of the Elafiti islets, intertwined with exotic plant immigrants. This is merged into a unique fragrance simulation, which the modern technology has failed to cope with.
The Elaphites will goad you into the life of a slow rhythm from which the noise and stress are eradicated. The largest island of the Elafiti archipelago is Šipan. The story of its past, which is closely connected with the past of the city of Dubrovnik, is created by stone houses, summer residences, and castles.
Day 7 ( Friday ) Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is a world-renowned destination, mainly due to its exceptional cultural heritage. Dubrovnik is almost 2 km long with its old city core, surrounded by defensive walls. It is located on UNESCO’s list of a memorial heritage of global importance since 1979.
The remains of the fortresses, which testify to the turbulent times of attacks and defenses, the curious visitor will encounter along the whole Riviera. Numerous annual residences, which were built with sophistication by nobles during the period of the Dubrovnik Republic, so that they could withdraw from the city into a peaceful oasis. The mills will capture visitors with the picturesque old mills built due to the many freshwater sources, Cavtat, the former Greek colony, and the true flower of Riviera Dubrovnik.