Croatia Island Hopper

Croatia, EUROPE

Jump on board your charming and characterful wooden cruiser, stretch out on deck in the blissful sunshine and take in some of the 1,185 islands dotted along Croatia’s rugged Dalmatian Coast. If all this becomes too taxing, jump in the azure water for a swim, dock at an island port to explore its old town, climb a medieval fortress or party ‘til dawn in a blue cave. Starting and finishing in Split, spend the week island-hopping down the coast to glorious Dubrovnik – and back again. Grab your flip flops, bathers and sunglasses, and you’re all set for a week in paradise.

8 Days and 7 Nights,

Croatia – a land of a thousand islands, magical nature and rich heritage, land whose beauties have been celebrated since ancient times. The climate is mainly continental but at higher altitudes, there is also a mountainous climate. In the coastal regions, slightly south of the island Rab, the climate is classified as Mediterranean. The land where glistening sea winds around rocky coves, lapping at pine-fringed beaches form a picture perfect destination

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One of the country’s most famous cities, the magnificent walled city of Dubrovnik is poetically known as the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’. The gleaming baroque buildings and winding marble streets will charm the Renaissance pants off of any visitor, with a number of fascinating historical monuments dotted in and around the centre. Beyond the walls, the rising forested hills provide a stunning backdrop for the sparkling clear-blue waters and white beaches.

Split island

Centred around the ancient Diocletian’s Palace, an awe-inspiringly well-preserved Roman retirement home, Split is the largest city on the Dalmatian coast and also one of the oldest at 1,700 years. The city combines its stunning Roman artistic heritage with an exclusive, cosmopolitan feel along the coastal promenades. The many highlights include the underground caverns which house exhibition and craft stands and the magnificent St. Domnius Cathedral with great views from the top of the 13th century campanile.

A gorgeous and quaint historic harbor 10 miles from Split, Trogir was founded by Greek colonists in 3rd century BC and has experienced a chaotic history, razed to the ground by the Saracens before being occupied by the Austrians, French and Italians and finally Croatians. The best-preserved Romanesque complex in all of central Europe, the tiny town is also packed full of Baroque palaces, churches, and towers as well as a small island fortress dating from the 13th century.

Hvar Island

Any trip to Croatia has to include a ferry across to one of the many islands, islets and reefs sprinkled across the Adriatic Sea. Hvar is the most populated of the Dalmatian islands, with a rich artistic heritage and cultural history, providing an escapist’s paradise of lavender fields, olive trees and secluded bays. The town of Hvar has a pretty marble plaza surrounded by bars and cafes serving local produce and provides a comprehensive bus service to other areas of interest inland, as well as a frequent connecting ferry service to Split.



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  • Bed Type: One King plus one sofabed
  • Children Policy: Children two and under are permitted within maximum occupancy at no additional cost using existing bedding. Up to two children three to 12 are permitted in addition to the double occupancy for $40 per child, per night, using existing bedding or a roll-away bed (for an additional cost).
  • Additional Adult Policy: Up to two adults 13 and over are prmitted in addition to the double occupancy for $40 per adult, per night, using existing bedding or a roll-away bed (for an additional cost).Roll-away beds are based on availability and cannot be guaranteed; they can be requested for $5 per bed, per night.
  • Additional Person: and bedding fees will be collected by the property. For additional person and bedding requests, please highlight in the Special Instructions field after purchase.
  • Handicap-Accessible: No, the resort is not accesible by wheel chair.
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  • Day 1: Split / hvar
    Depart Split harbour to cruise out past the island of Brac, as you enjoy your first lunch onboard and get to know your new crew. Stop for your first swim in the beautiful, clear Adriatic as you head towards one of Croatia’s coolest and most sexy islands – Hvar. Marvel at the super yachts in the medieval harbor that has made the town a popular celeb hang out. Wander around the markets or head up to the ancient fort for one of the best postcard shots of Croatia’s sunniest island! Tonight it’s tequila Boom Booms at Kiva, funky beats and DJs at the super cool Carpe Diem or raving in a nightclub in a Monastery!
  • Day 2: hvar / Mljet
    Wake-up to beautiful views of the Dalmatian coast and set sail to Mljet, famous for its stunning national park. You’ll see amazing salt-water lakes and a secluded abbey on the Island of St. Mary in the middle of the biggest lake. It’s an awesome place for a dip, with the water a few degrees warmer than the sea, you’ll think you’ve struck paradise. A favourite thing to do is catch a boat out to the island to check out the old monastery. Tonight you’ll overnight at the port of Polaca / Pomena where you can put your feet up, watch the sun go down and tuck into a barbecue.
  • Day 3: Mljet / Dubrovnik
    Today, you’ll make your way to Dubrovnik, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ and home to some of the best waterfront bars on the coast. If sipping cocktails gets too much, head round to one of the hidden bays for swim. This evening, why not sample some of the local seafood caught fresh that day! Later, Club Fuego will open its doors for the evening…beats to move your feet until the wee hours of the morning.
  • Day 4: Dubrovnik / korcula
    This morning it’s off to Korcula to check out the island where Marco Polo was supposedly born. If you’re lucky, you might even catch the famous Moreska, a local sword dance unique to Korcula complete with stunning costumes and traditional music. Take a walk around town with your guide and hear the interesting stories and take a lesson in the old fashioned way to properly guard a town against extreme weather! Later, enjoy a pizza in town and then maybe a few cocktails at DosLocos Bar. No visit to Korcula would be complete without a drink at Massimo, a cocktail bar on the roof of a medieval fort turret.
  • Day 5: korcula / Makarska
    Today you sail up the mainland coast to the seaside resort of Makarska, popular with locals and tourists alike. It’s famous for its long pebble beach, water sports and palm-fringed promenade framed by the lofty heights of the Biokovo Mountains. After a few drinks watching the amazing sunset, dinner is at Konoba Susvid, a great traditional tavern in the town centre where you can stay on for a few drinks afterwards. If you’re here in peak season, don’t forget to check out Club Deep, a nightclub inside a cave that used to be a weapons depot in the Second World War.
  • Day 6: Makarska / pucisca
    This morning, sail across to Pucisca and the marble capital of the world. Sample a real bit of Dalmatian culture heading off the beaten track to one of the island’s most beautiful bays!
  • Day 7-8: pucisca / Split
    Wake-up in Omis and check out this pirate town, visit the mountain fortress or go rafting before sailing into Split to enjoy your final night in Dalmatia’s Capital! Have a wander around the amazing Diocletian’s Palace, sip a bijela kava (coffee) on the funky Riva waterfront with concerts and entertainment going on all summer long! Cocktails in Red Room and party until dawn on Bacvice Beach! After breakfast on Day 8, it is time to say goodbye to your new friends and crew!
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