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Group incentive tour: South and Central Dalmatia by Yacht or Sailing Boat

Adriatic DMC — Organizer Group incentive tour

Tour price:

2750 €

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Dubrovnik / Lumbarda / Korcula / Blato / Smokvica / Korcula / Vis / Komiža / Vis / Split / Bol / Jelsa / Starigrad / Hvar / Pomena / Dubrovnik

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Days of tour:

7

Participants:

2 — 12

Departure point:

Dubrovnik

Arrival place:

Dubrovnik

Hotel accommodation:

6

Nutrition type:

FB

Best time:

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Difficulty:

Moderate
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Tour "South and Central Dalmatia by Yacht or Sailing Boat". During this trip you will enjoy:

  • Korcula, one of Croatia’s most treasured islands, known by its beauty, world’s finest wines, olive oil and rich history;
  • Cooking show at Maha Family Estate. Your gracious host will introducing local specialties that will be prepared and cooked just for you;
  • Vis, one of Croatia’s most precious hidden gems. Most of the island is comprised of vineyards that produce the famous white wine, "Vugava" and the red wine "Plavac";
  • Visiting one of its best wineries, where we will have a chance to taste some of the best wines in the world;
  • Geopark Vis Archipelago Visitor Center, where you’ll learn about the park and the amazing geological evolution of this region of the Adriatic, formed 220 million years ago from volcanic rocks, which are the oldest of their kind in the Adriatic;
  • Mljet, which is known for its salt water lakes and has been declared a National Park because of the picturesque countryside and luxurious vegetation.

Included

  • Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 519 – up to 12 guests or Beneteau Oceanis 51,1 – up to 12 guests
  • 7-night boat charter
  • Crew (skipper and hostess)
  • Fuel
  • Diving equipment (masks, respirators, fins)
  • Towels
  • Drinks on board (water, juices, beer, wine)
  • Breakfast
  • Crew food
  • Bed linen
  • Insurance
  • Boat cleaning at the end of the trip
  • Glass of Champagne upon arrival
  • Transfers
  • Walking tours and excursions
  • Lunches and Dinners
  • Cooking show and lunch at Maha Family Estate on Korcula
  • Wine Tasting at Toreta Winery on Korcula
  • Wine tasting in Vidovic winery on Vis
  • Wine tasting at Tomic winery on Hvar

Not included

  • Pre/post stay extension program - 275 €

TOUR PROGRAM

7 Days



Pre stay 1 night

Day program:

Dubrovnik arrival.


Arrival to Dubrovnik airport and transfer to the hotel.


Rest of the day at leisure. 


Overnight in the hotel in Dubrovnik.  


1 Day

Day program:

Dubrovnik Walking Tour and Sailing to Korcula. 


Today step into centuries of history among the cobbled streets of the Old Town on a guided walking tour of the city. A great way to scoop out the layout of the city is to take the electric cart up to the summit of Mount Srđ, which looks out across the city to Adriatic and back over the mountains of Herzegovina. 


After meeting your driver, depart the hotel and continue towards the Cable Car station situated in vicinity of the Old Town of Dubrovnik. 


Upon arrival to the Cable Car station you will proceed with a cable car to a panoramic view of Dubrovnik from the surrounding Srdj hill. From here you will be offered a bird’s – eye view of the greatness of the entire city and surroundings of the centuries.  


Upon return ride to the main station your tour guide will lead you by foot to the Old Town of Dubrovnik for the walking tour.


After the walking tour and getting to know the City’s history, enjoy a delicious lunch in one of the Dubrovnik's finest restaurants. 


Our sailing adventure begins now! Embark the boat in Dubrovnik port and depart towards Korcula. Korcula is one of Croatia’s most treasured islands, known by its beauty, world’s finest wines, olive oil and rich history. 


Upon arrival, our boat is going to anchor in Lumbarda bay. Lumbarda is a small fishermen’s village of around 1200 inhabitants. It is situated at the eastern part of Island of Korcula, about 5 kilometres from Korcula Old Town. 


Upon arrival, you will have some time to freshen up and get ready for a dinner in a unique setting of the islet of Stupa. 


Overnight in Korčula - Lumbarda.


2 Day

Day program:

Korcula Island Tour.


Today we will explore the island of Korcula. Our first stop is the Old Town of Korcula. Our walk will include visits to the Cathedral of St. Mark, a visit to the Bishop’s Palace, The City museum and finally a visit to the charming Church of All Saints. 


Cooking show and lunch at Maha Family Estate. After the walking tour of Korcula, we will head towards one of its most famous restaurants – Maha Ranch Estate. Your gracious host will meet & greet you while introducing & presenting local specialties that will be prepared and cooked just for you! 


Drive from Maha Family Estate to Blato. Visit to Barilo Ethnographic museum in Blato.


Wine tasting at Toreta Winery. We will head towards small village of Smokvica, where we will visit one of its best wineries, and will have a chance to taste some of the best wines in the world. 


Zlokic Olive oil production visit and tasting. Our last stop of the day will be  Zlokic family owned mill, known for being one of the leading olive oil producers on the island. 


Enjoy a taste of traditional Korčula sweets like sugared orange peel (arancini), sugar almonds, dry figs and liquor. 


Drive from Vela Luka to Korcula.


Time at leisure.


Dinner at a local restaurant in Korcula.

  

Overnight in Korcula - empty boat repositioning from Lumbarda to Korcula.  


3 Day

Day program:

Vis Walking Tour and Wine Tasting. 


Vis’ history stretches back to the Neolithic period and was once ruled by the Greeks, Liburnians, Romans, Venetians and more.  Its location and geography made Vis a prime military and trade center for centuries and was opened for tourism only in 1989. Today it is one of Croatia’s most precious hidden gems. Most of the island is comprised of vineyards that produce the famous white wine, "Vugava" and the red wine "Plavac" and is populated by gregarious, warm and welcoming islanders.  


Enjoy the traditional lunch and wine tasting in one of the island’s best wineries. 


Enjoy a walking tour of the seaside town of Komiza where you’ll learn about falkusas, the unique sailing vessel endemic to this island since the 16th.  


Sailing to the distant island of Palagruža is the oldest known regatta in the Mediterranean and was originally a means of protection for pirates while still competing for the best fishing spots near Palagruža. 


Pay a visit to the Geopark Vis Archipelago Visitor Center where you’ll learn about the park and the amazing geological evolution of this region of the Adriatic, formed 220 million years ago from volcanic rocks, which are the oldest of their kind in the Adriatic.  


Enjoy free time before dinner in a local konoba (Croatian tavern and restaurant). 


Overnight in Vis - empty boat repositioning from Komiza to Vis.  


4 Day

Day program:

Split Walking Tour.


Take an early morning cruise from Vis towards Split and enjoy the Adriatic Sea with all its wonders. 


Upon arrival to the port of Split, you will disembark the boat and start your daily adventure. Split Old Town is built on and around the spectacular Roman Palace erected by the Roman Emperor Diocletian (born in Salona - today’s Solin) in the 4th century. The walking tour starts through the cellars of the Palace which are still very well preserved. We will also visit the very interesting Cathedral of St. Duje (patron saint of the city). The Cathedral is built on the remains of an ancient shrine and is supposed to be the oldest in the world. 


Located next to the Peristyle - the central square of the Palace - the ethnographic museum presents an extremely valuable ethnographic collection portraying the old ways of life in Split, the islanders and farmers of the Dalmatian hinterland and more. The museum's permanent collection displays regional costumes, jewelry, pottery, knitting, and other various handmade artifacts. 


The walking tour of Split is followed by lunch in one of the Split’s finest restaurants. 


Spend your afternoon strolling down the streets of the Old Town of Split and exploring its beauty on your own, or just enjoy your time at leisure on the boat.  


Dinner in Split.

  

Overnight in Split. 


5 Day

Day program:

Brac & Hvar Adventure.

 

Today we will explore two biggest islands of Split region – Brač and Hvar. 


Enjoy the morning cruise from Split towards Brac. 


We will anchor in one of the most beautiful ports in Croatia – Bol, on the island of Brac. 


Bol is the oldest coastal settlement on Brac. Stroll down the narrow streets of Bol.


Enjoy lunch with the magnificent view on one of the the world's most famous beaches -Zlatni rat/Golden Cape Beach. 


After Bol, sail towards the island of Hvar. The boat will anchor in Jelsa. 


Our first stop will be Tomic winery. Arguably the most successful of Hvar's wine producers, the Tomić brand and Romanesque tasting rooms have become the most popular wine visit on Hvar. 


Continue the adventure towards Starigrad. Starigrad short guided tour.


After a short-guided tour, you will have some free time in the town before continuing your ride towards Spagnola Fortress, where you have a magnificent view of the Town of Hvar and Pakleni Islands.


Dinner in a local restaurant in Hvar.

   

Overnight in Hvar- empty boat repositioning from Jelsa to Hvar.   


6 Day

Day program:

Cruising to Mljet & Lopud.


Today you will continue your journey with a leisurely cruise to Mljet starting from Hvar. The splendid coast views and natural beauty of the Adriatic Sea along the way will give you plenty of opportunity to take photos and make lifetime memories. 


The beautiful and the greenest of all Adriatic's islands is Mljet, famous for being the most attractive and interesting cultural-historical pearls of Mediterranean. It is a favorite place visited by couples in love, nature and history lovers, artists and many others... Mljet is known for its salt water lakes and has been declared a National Park because of the picturesque countryside and luxurious vegetation. In one of these salt water lakes there is a small islet with a 12th century Benedictine Monastery. 


Visit to Mljet National park . Next to "Plitvice Lakes" the Island of Mljet is the most beautiful park in Croatia and is certainly one of its highlights. 


After the visit to the National Park, enjoy traditional lunch.


Snorkeling in Mljet.


Sail towards the island of Lopud in late afternoon where you get a glimpse of the Elaphiti islands and crystal-clear waters that surround them. 


Enjoy your farewell dinner in one of Lopud’s best restaurants. 


Overnight in Lopud. 


7 Day

Day program:

Dubrovnik Departure.

   

Sail from Lopud towards Dubrovnik where you will disembark the boat and will be transferred to Dubrovnik airport for your flight home. 

7 Days
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