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We can’t think of a better way to explore Croatia than taking to the water! So, if you want to know exactly how much we can squeeze into our ClubSolos Sailing Croatia week, then here’s our itinerary for this amazing cruise around the Adriatic.
Our Itinerary for ClubSolos Sailing Croatia 2021
Our fabulous yacht cruiser will be docked in Split harbour where we will board throughout the day, and cabins will be available after 1:00pm. Join your Tour Leader at 7:00pm when you will be introduced to the captain, crew and your fellow Solos guests. We will then all enjoy a lovely welcome dinner together in the evening as we watch the harbour lights come on over the water.
After a good first night’s sleep and a delicious breakfast, we will take a walking tour of Split, including a wander through the main attraction – Diocletian’s Palace. Split boasts 1,700 years of history and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we’ll discover the city’s historical and cultural buildings which are located inside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace. At midday, we will then start our cruise to Omis, an ancient town protected by city walls and a fortress. Sailing on from Omis, lunch will be served on board and we will continue our cruise across the Brac channel where we will stop for a well-needed night’s sleep in Pucisca.
We will depart from Puscisca and voyage towards Bol – famous for one of the most incredible European beaches, Zlatni Rat. We stop in Bol, where
you can relax in this charming Dalmatian town. Have a walk, a cup of coffee or a swim, until lunch is served on board. After our stop in Bol, we’ll continue to cruise past many idyllic coves and bays towards Hvar – the sunniest island in Croatia! Upon our evening arrival in Hvar, we’ll dine on board and then will be free to explore and perhaps visit a traditional tavern or two!
After our night in Hvar, we’ll depart from Hvar harbour and cruise towards the island of Bisevo and its Blue cave. We’ll then dock in Vis for the night. Vis is truly unique compared to other Adriatic islands. Its strategic location was used by the military; hence it is very much untouched by tourism. The beautiful beaches, unspoilt nature, ecological agriculture and preserved traditional architecture make up the highlights of this unique Croatian island.
We’ll leave Vis behind and head to the island of Korcula, with a swim stop en route – so don’t forget your swimming costume! Once we’ve arrived in Korcula, you’ll have the opportunity to explore its lovely historic town. This town is known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, the famous explorer. Here, you have the opportunity to walk through charming, narrow and cobbled streets. After dinner on-board you then have the rest of the evening to enjoy however you choose.
After breakfast in Korcula, we’ll cruise to Mljet National Park, passing the magnificent shores of the Korcula islands archipelago, with yet another chance to swim in the beautiful Adriatic. Upon arrival to Mljet National Park you’ll have a free afternoon to explore the park (entrance fees are not included), walk around the Great and Small Lake and visit Islet of St. Mary, with its 12th century Benedictine Monastery. You can also enjoy a refreshing swim in the heart of this pristine natural park and then spend your evening at leisure.
On our penultimate day, we’ll depart for our last stop – Dubrovnik. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, you’ll have the option to take a guided tour around this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site city with free time to explore Dubrovnik further afterward. Perhaps visit the famous City Walls or take a cable car to the top of Mount Srd. And don’t forget to grab those last-minute souvenirs!
This will unfortunately be our last day. After breakfast we’ll say goodbye and transfer to the airport for our flights home.
We can’t wait to welcome you onto our new and exclusive ClubSolos yacht cruiser next summer! For more information about this exclusive holiday click here