Split - Split 2 Gulet Charter Route

7 Nights / 8 Days
Start / End: Split / Split
Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Sailing Area: Croatia
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Day 1
Split

Split is the largest city on the Adriatic coastline. Sticking out like a protrusion into the sea, the city is surrounded on three sides by the clear waters of the Adriatic. Home to world famous Stari Grad, the old city, Split boasts every luxury you can fantasize about. From the simple local eateries to jet-setting Michelin star restaurants. From night clubs to water adventure parks. This is a city big enough to get lost in and small enough to enjoy that.

Milna

Milna is a town on the west coast of the island of Brac. This town sits in a shallow water location, as well as placing its harbor in the most sheltered part of the peninsula. Milna was a strategic location for Venetian fleets in the middle ages and Russian fleets in the 19th century. It is also the only island town that was shelled during the 1991 war of independence.

The day's cruise
1 Miles
0:15 Hour
Day 2
Vis Island

While sailing along the Dalmatian coastline up the Adriatic sea you will encounter the ancient land of Vis, that was first populated back in pre-history by the Greek tyrant of Syracuse, Dionysius the Elder. Issa was the first colony on Vis and ever since then has been populated by locals. The town of Vis is found in a secluded bay and the island is one of Croatia’s best kept secret tourist spots. With its beautiful beaches and hidden coves, dotted with bays and boats. Vis is a must visit for any discerning tourist seeking a quiet respite.

The day's cruise
23 Miles
2:30 Hour
Day 3
Hvar Island

If its beautiful beaches, exclusive bays, and exceptional nightlife you are seeking, then don't look further than Hvar. This amazing 299.6 square mile island is one of Croatia's most popular sites and is a preferred destination of jet-setters seeking romantic meals and wild parties. This island is part of the Dalmatian archipelago and the action is all focused into the Islands namesake city, Hvar. If you want to anchor in a more secluded location, you will find the Pakleni Islands chain nearby.

The day's cruise
15 Miles
1:30 Hour
Day 4
Korčula Island

Korčula is the birth island of Marco Polo, the famous explorer that ventured along the Silk Road all the way to China. The island of Korčula is built over an ancient Hellenic colony, so its history is over 2,500 years old. The island is located in the Dalmatian coast and is connected to the mainland via a frequent ferry. Korčula is renowned for its cultural heritage and birthplace of many a famous artist. The town on Korčula (aptly named Korčula) boasts an amazing red roofline that hides the most delicious local cuisine. Local sweet dishes such as Cukarin, Rožata and Klašun will go well after a classic seafood dish of freshly caught crabs, mussles and angle fish. Local wine is also exceptional, and includes such names as Plavac, Pošip and Rukatac. If you desire to visit around the island you will find Badija, a small islet that houses a Fransican Abbey. There are many small islets dotting the area, so for the more explorative visitor, this is a great place to enjoy.

The day's cruise
20 Miles
2:00 Hour
Day 5
Lovište

Lovište was a secluded and isolated town at the tip of the Pelješac peninsula. Once a road was opened up to it, the town flourished and is now a popular site for the quiet life seekers. The island provides a perfect point for marring and enjoying warmer seas and longer sunny days. This is a spa like town, so its quiet and relaxing.

The day's cruise
17 Miles
1:45 Hour
Day 6
Hvar Island

If its beautiful beaches, exclusive bays, and exceptional nightlife you are seeking, then don't look further than Hvar. This amazing 299.6 square mile island is one of Croatia's most popular sites and is a preferred destination of jet-setters seeking romantic meals and wild parties. This island is part of the Dalmatian archipelago and the action is all focused into the Islands namesake city, Hvar. If you want to anchor in a more secluded location, you will find the Pakleni Islands chain nearby.

Jelsa

Hvar island is known for excitement and wonderful times, one of those exciting places to visit is the town of Jelsa, located in a bay in the center of the north coast. Up until the 19th century, The island of Hvar provided a lot of wine, salted fish and olive oil, and Jelsa was the major maritime port and starting point for many a fleet in the Adriatic. Jesla is one of the most beautiful towns on the islands, and continues to provide excellent local cuisine, culture and experience to visitors.

The day's cruise
45 Miles
4:30 Hour
Day 7
Bol

Bol is the oldest town on Split island, and the Ztalni Rat beach is world famous, and the best known and most beautiful beach in Croatia. Bol is always full in season.

Split

Split is the largest city on the Adriatic coastline. Sticking out like a protrusion into the sea, the city is surrounded on three sides by the clear waters of the Adriatic. Home to world famous Stari Grad, the old city, Split boasts every luxury you can fantasize about. From the simple local eateries to jet-setting Michelin star restaurants. From night clubs to water adventure parks. This is a city big enough to get lost in and small enough to enjoy that.

The day's cruise
28 Miles
3:00 Hour
Day 8
Split

At the end of a charter holiday, and following a hearty breakfast, guests leave their charter yacht with wonderful memories of their time at sea. If you sailed out of Split without getting a chance to explore it, you must surely make time to do so after the end of your yacht charter. 

The day's cruise
1 Miles
0:15 Hour

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