Croatia cruise suggestion. This route is perfect for groups that want to explore the most of the Dalmatian coast in one week.
This route is more about exploring the cultural heritage of towns and beautiful nature, but of course, there will be also time to relax and swim in isolated bays.
Evenings and nights you can spend anchored in one of many bays or you can be in port exploring the life of towns and villages.
The best part about the Gulet Cruise holidays is that the routes are flexible. If you wish to stay at some place for more days or if you do not like some town, you can just change it with the captain and go to next bay, place……
To make it simple, here are some of the places you will experience.
This is not a day – by day route description. It is merely an example of the places you can see inside a single week.
1) You can start the cruise in Trogir.
The historic town with 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. It is culture was created under the influence of old Greeks, Romans, and Venetians. Trogir has a high concentration of palaces, churches, and towers and in 1997 was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Or you can arrange the embarking procedure and escape from Trogir to one quiet bay nearby.
In November 1979 UNESCO, in line with the international convention on cultural and natural heritage, adopted a proposal that the historic city of Split built around the Palace should be included in the register of World Cultural Heritage.
The ground plan of the palace is an irregular rectangle (approximately 160 meters x 190 meters) with towers projecting from the western, northern, and eastern facades. It combines qualities of a luxurious villa with those of a military camp, with its huge gates and watchtowers. The palace is enclosed by walls, and at times, it housed over 9000 people.
2) Croatia is the unique places where you will taste first quality fish at a nice isolated bay, away from crowds, surrounded by crystal turquoise water and quiet bays. You can jump straight from the gulet into the sea, the only sound you will hear are plant hoppers, crickets, and swimming dolphins.
Brač Island – Bol (famous Zlatni Rat)
Hvar town with castle
Pakleni Island in front of Hvar
Mljet – Pomena National park
Šipan Island (on the Elafiti Islands)
On the way, there are also a lot of natural beauty of Croatia
On Mljet – Odisejeva “špilja” (Cave)
Mljet Melita and Sveta Maria
Mljet National Park is a large area that borders two salt water lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero (Large and Small Lake). The Lakes stretch for about 4 kilometers. Right in the middle of the Large Lake, there is a small island/islet Melita (Sveta Marija) with a large building of the former Benedictine monastery, erected there in the 12th century.
. The monastery’s building is now café/restaurant. The small island is connected by boats that sail there from both sides of the Lake.
And Dubrovnik the world most known town in Croatia.
This is just short cruise from Split to Dubrovnik or vice versa, much more you will explore alone if you will become a Croatian gulet cruise traveller!