Adriatic Gems Voyage

Adriatic Gems Voyage

 Day 01: Boarding at Trogir’s port begins from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. Upon arrival, our team will warmly greet you and handle your luggage. Post-embarkation, savor a welcome drink, followed by lunch. We’ll pause in a Čiovo island bay for a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear Adriatic waters. Next, we set sail for UNESCO-listed Split, Croatia’s second-largest city and Dalmatia’s capital. Wander through ancient streets, and marvel at sites like Diocletian’s Palace, Peristyle, Golden Gate, and more. Enjoy free time exploring Riva, a picturesque promenade with eateries and shops. Overnight stay in Split’s port.

Day 02: Embark on a voyage to Hvar, renowned for its pleasant climate and aromatic lavender fields. Along the way, we’ll pause at a secluded bay for a refreshing swim. Upon reaching Hvar, we’ll anchor in its bustling port, the island’s tourism hub. Explore Hvar’s cultural treasures like the fortress, St. Stephan Cathedral, Franciscan monastery, town loggia, Hektorovic Palace, arsenal, and theater. Enjoy an overnight stay in the vibrant port of Hvar.

Day 03: Cruising down the southern shores of Korčula Island, we’ll pause at a pristine bay for a refreshing swim before setting sail for our next destination – Pomena, nestled on Mljet Island. This island boasts a National Park, where two saltwater lakes, formed around 10,000 years ago, are linked to the sea through a narrow channel called Soline Bay. Originally freshwater lakes until the Christian era, their connection to the sea transformed their nature. Spend the night in Pomona.

Day 04: Heading southward on our expedition, we’ll pause for a refreshing swim at the Elafiti Islands before arriving at Dubrovnik’s port by 4:00 pm. Renowned as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik captivates with its iconic red roofs and ancient Roman streets. This city, a vital historical and tourist hub, earned its spot on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1979. Beyond its rich cultural and historical offerings, Dubrovnik beckons with its delectable traditional cuisine, diverse wine options, and an array of charming cafes and souvenir shops.

Day 05: Embarking on our journey, our initial pause will be at an Elafiti Islands bay for leisure in the sun and water. Later, we’ll proceed to Korčula, renowned for its charming Old Town enclosed by 13th-century Venetian fortifications. Often dubbed “Little Dubrovnik” for its fortress-like allure, Korčula boasts one of Dalmatia’s most picturesque old towns. Spend the night in the birthplace of the famed explorer Marco Polo.

Day 06: Navigating the passage between Korčula Island and the mountainous Pelješac Peninsula, we set course for Brač Island. En route, we’ll pause at a picturesque secluded bay for swimming and sunbathing. Brač’s terrain, characterized by limestone formations, features a myriad of gullies, crevices, valleys, and coves. Renowned as one of the largest islands in the Adriatic Sea, Brač offers an overnight stay in charming locations like Pučišća, Postira, or Supetar in the island’s northern part.

Day 07: Departing from Brač, we venture out to sea, pausing for a refreshing swim in a bay on Čiovo Island before circling back to our origin. Explore Trogir, a charming town with hidden gems, nestled on an enchanting Adriatic island. Uncover its distinctive memorial treasures, acknowledged by UNESCO in 1997. Marvel at the exquisite works of renowned sculptors, including Master Radovan’s splendid Cathedral portal and the reliefs by Master Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentina.

Day 08: Post-breakfast, disembark by 9:00 am.

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