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Gulet Charter Croatia Itinerary to Consider

The best advice about gulet charter Croatia itineraries in Croatia can be given by gulet owners directly.

This is a fact. I have cruised Croatia around 15 times till now, however, some owners do it 15 times or more every year and are in this business for more than 20 years.

So they know every bay, cove, beach or island like their own pocket.

The owner of gulet Andi Star is the perfect example. Dinko is a super experienced sailor and he prepared a special itinerary suggestion for one of our clients which were so good I just had to publish it in this section.

Gulet charter Croatia Itinerary – Check it out. It is very detailed, so take your time.

Gulet charter Croatia: Saturday, 

15:00 Embarkation (Check In) in Trogir Harbour, welcome drink, and snack while you enjoying the beautiful view of the old town of Trogir.

16:00 Departure from Trogir towards Milna (Island of Brač).

 

Arrival and stop overnight in Milna with rich Dalmatian dinner starts from 20:30 hours

 

Milna: place rich with cultural and historical monuments, typical Croatian (Dalmatian) place, clean sea, long promenades along the sea, surrounded by pine wood and olive trees, long cycling routes and walking tracks, possibility for getting familiar with the life of people and local customs, there is numerous events in the place: exhibitions, shows, music evenings, fashion shows, sport events, parties, concerts (date of events depend on tourist board organization). Musical events, karaoke shows, bars and cocktail bars and entertainments. There is an option to hire a taxi to visit a nearby place, Bol, there is a large number of beach bars and disco clubs ideal for young people. Numerous of restaurants with traditional food and domestic high-quality wines and other traditional herbal beverages.

 

Milna

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Sunday, 

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

 

09:30 Departure from Milna (Island Brač) to Island Vis

 

Arrival, stop for swimming, water sports, and relaxation in one of the beautiful sandy bays at the east side of Vis Island.

Rich Dalmatian cuisine, lunch starts at 14:00 hours

 

17:00 Departure towards the old town Vis (Island Vis)

 

Arrival and stop overnight in Vis

 

Vis: The lovely Island of Vis, it is a very popular tourist destination with beautiful beaches and lively nightlife in Vis Town. Ashore are ancient ruins, monasteries, churches, a Roman amphitheater and many other places to explore. Historic Vis Town is the oldest settlement in

 

Dalmatia, it dates back to 397 B.C. when the ruler of Sicily at the time, Dionysus established a town on the site of the present day port that spreads out along the shore of a wide bay with pine forest climbing the slopes beyond. The historic nature of Vis Town is sure to fascinate you and introduces you to one of the jewels of the Dalmatian Islands. Walking through Vis is a pleasant way to see the sight, everything is relatively close, so there is no need for taxis or bicycle rentals. Ambling the narrow lanes and public squares of Vis Town to browse in eclectic shops and to dine at the cafes and restaurant is a delight. While you are in Vis Town, be sure to sample some of the domestic wines produced from the grapes harvested at the island’s many vineyards. The ruby red Plavac is refreshing. Surrounding waters around Island Vis are very rich with fish, shellfish, crabs, lobsters and other sea food.

Island Of Vis Seafront Walkway View

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Monday, 

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

09:30 Departure from Vis (Island Vis) to the Island of Hvar

 

Arrival, stop for swimming, water sports, and relaxation in one of the beautiful bays at National Park Pakleni Otoci

Rich Dalmatian cuisine, lunch starts at 14:00 hours

 

17:00 Departure towards the old town Hvar (Island of Hvar)

 

Arrival at sheltered anchorage close to old Hvar and stop overnight, all transfers to/from m/y Andi Star and to/from Hvar will be carried out by Andi Star Tender boat until 22:30 hours, all transfers after Tender operation hours will be carried out by local Taxi Boat Company which operates 24 hours a day. (Captain can suggest and organize for you best option of Taxi boat).

 

City of Hvar: is the largest settlement on the island of Hvar, and it is situated on a bay on the south coast of the island. The City of Hvar has a long and distinguished history as a centre for trade and culture in the Adriatic. Cultural life thrived as prosperity grew, and Hvar is the site of one of the oldest surviving theatres in Europe, opened in 1612. The seven-century old walls still survive, as do many of the noble houses and public buildings from 15th – 17th centuries. The Hygienic Society of Hvar was one of the earliest “tourist boards” in Europe, it was founded in 1868 with the purpose of providing “good care for visitors”. Today city has a variety of hotels, galleries, museums, and exhibitions, including the Arsenal, Loggia, the Croatian Institute and Hvar Heritage Museum with its art and archaeological collection. The Port of Hvar, set in a picturesque natural bay, with Pakleni Otoci island chain protecting it to the south. The city is a popular port of call for yachts sailing around the Adriatic, especially in the summer months. Islan of Hvar boasts 2718 hours of sunshine a year, making it Croatian’ssunniest island, the last few years Hvar become one of Croatian’s most visited island. Nightlife revolves around exciting old Hvar town which has become the town that never sleeps, at least not from June to September. There is many restaurants, bars, beach bars, night clubs and cocktail bars and many other entertainment places to visit. Food and local wine are excellent.

 

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Tuesday

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

09:30 Departure from Hvar Anchorage towards the Island of Korčula.

Arrival, stop for swimming, water sports, and relaxation in bay of Lovisce at Peninsula Pelješac

Rich Dalmatian cuisine, lunch starts at 14:00 hours

17:00 Departure from Lovisce to old town Korčula (Town of Marco Polo).

Arrival and stop overnight in the town of great Marco Polo the old town of Korčula.

 

Korčula: is a historic fortified town on the protected east coast of the island of Korčula, the old city is surrounded by walls. Korčula is tightly built on a promontory that guards the narrow sound between the island of Korčula and the mainland, building outside the walls was forbidden until the 18th century. The town’s historic sites include the central Cathedral of St. Mark, the 15th-century Franciscan monastery with a beautiful Venetian Gothic cloister, the civic council chambers, the palace of the former Venetian governors, grand 15th and 16th-century palaces of the local merchant nobles, and massive city fortifications. The devout inhabitants of Korčula keep alive old folk church ceremonies and a sword dance, the Moreska, originally danced only on special occasions, in modern times there are performances twice a week for tourists. The city is notable for its Town Statute dating back to 1214 which prohibited slavery, making Korčula the first place in the world to outlaw the practice. Korčula, like other islands and many coastal cities in Dalmatia, also displays a dual Latin-Slav culture which developed from late Roman era to the emergence of the modern Croatian state. Until late 19th century, Italians made up the vast majority of the population of Korčula town while the rest of the island was almost completely inhabited by Croatians. The town revered for possibly being the birth town of the famous Venetian merchant, Marco Polo. Nightlife is with few cocktail bars and beach bars, live music and folk musical evenings. There is few restaurants where you can enjoin delicious domestic food and try excellent local wine, especially white wine Posip. 

Korčula

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Wednesday, 

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

09:30 Departure from Korcula towards north coast of Island Hvar.

Arrival, stop for swimming, water sports, and relaxation in one of the bays, the jewels of the north coast of Islan Hvar.

17:00 Departure towards old town Jelsa at the north coast of Island Hvar.

Arrival and stop overnight in the Jelša

 

Jelsa: The town of Jelsa lies in a bay in the middle of the north of the island of Hvar. Jelsa is the only place on the island with the abundance of fresh water, as a result of which there is more luxuriant vegetation here than elsewhere on the island. The old Jelsa was mentioned in The Statute of Hvar in 1331. On the mountain spur overlooking Jelsa to the south, is the massive fortress of Tor, which was a Greek observation point, standing on an older Illyrian forth. Moden Jelsa is a bustling town, with much small business; it is important tourist centre for the island of Hvar. Tourism “officially” began in 1868 though it has been practiced as far as ancient Roman times. The oldest hotel in Jelsa dates to 1911. Jelsa has numerous cultural and historic monuments, churches, town squares, local parks, and caves.  The Jelsa is surrounded by crystal blue sea, marvelous bays and pebble beaches, lush vegetation, many vineyards, olive groves, endless fields of lavender, then the rich gastronomic offer of traditional dishes, top quality Hvar wines make the Jelsa attractive destination. There is very lively nightlife with few bars, lounge bars, beach bars, and club. Jelsa is a place to be.    

 

Jelsa

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Thursday, 

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

09:30 Departure from Jelsa towards Island Šolta.

Arrival, stop for swimming, water sports, and relaxation in one of the bays on the north coast of Island Šolta.

17:00 Departure towards old village Maslinica at the west side of Island Šolta.

Arrival and stop overnight in the Maslinica.

 

Maslinica: is the typical Mediterranean village situated in the core of the western part of the island of Solta. It has beautiful scenery of picturesque cove and pine wood on the southern side and archipelago of seven islands to west with crystal clear sea. The natural meaning of olive scenery is complete historical-architectonic and environmental values of barque castle and picturesque local stone houses. Maslinica dates from 1703 when an aristocratic family Marchi asked Venetian republic permission to found a new settlement and to build a castle with towers. Today the castle is turned into an attractive and very famous restaurant “ Conte Alberti”. Today Maslinica is very attractive for people who want a complete peace during day and night. Local food is served in the authentic taverns (Konoba) prepared in a traditional way.

(Note: This day there is option to visit City of Split instead of village Maslinica)

 

Maslinica

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Friday, 

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

09:30 Departure from Maslinica to archipelago Krknjasi at Island Drvenik Veliki.

Arrival, stop for swimming, water sports, and relaxation at archipelago Krknjasi.

16:00 Departure from archipelago Krknjasi to the jewel of central Dalmatia the town of Trogir.

Arrival and last night on board Andi Star in old town Trogir.

 

Trogir: In the 3rd century BC, Tragurion was founded by Greek colonists from the island of Vis, and it developed into a major port until the Roman period. Trogir has 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. Its culture was created under the influence of old Greeks, Romans, and Venetians. Trogir has a high concentration of palaces, churches, castle towers, monuments, museums and there is an original statue of the Greek god of the lucky moment, and in 1997 Trogir was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The town is very lively during day and night, there is many restaurants, bars, cocktail bars, clubs, and traditional jewelry makers, etc. Trogir is oldest and most exciting city on this side of the Adriatic coast.

 

Trogir

 

Gulet charter Croatia: Saturday, 

Continental Breakfast with the possibility to order any special breakfast requirements starts from 08:00 hours.

09:30 Disembarkation (Check Out) in Trogir Harbour.

 

Note: All time schedules are flexible, depends on the traffic in harbors, weather conditions and agreement in between Captain and guests leader, if possible and convenient to do so.

The Captain reserves the right to change the route or to stay in sheltered waters due to weather conditions, in the interest of protecting life of passengers and crew, to protect the environment and to avoid any damage to the boat.

Mitja Mirtič

 

 

 

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