Heaven To Earth

Gems of Dalmatia

Day 1: SPLIT - KORČULA

Check in on our Yacht at 1:00 PM in Split City Harbor. Welcome drink & light snack.

Settling in cabins, departure at 3pm PM toward Korčula.

Split is primarily known for its stunning UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace, which dates back to the Roman era. The town also boasts beautiful beaches, vibrant markets, and a lively atmosphere, making it a popular destination for tourists.

Day 2: KORČULA - MLJET

Korčula is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture, including its charming old town with narrow streets and historic buildings. It’s also famous for being the birthplace of Marco Polo, the legendary explorer. Additionally, Korčula is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and traditional cultural events like Moreska sword dancing.

Day 3: MLJET - DUBROVNIK

Mljet National Park is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, including two saltwater lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero (Big and Small Lake). The park encompasses most of the island of Mljet and is known for its lush greenery, pristine waters, and abundant wildlife. Visitors can explore the lakes by kayaking or swimming, hike through the park’s forests, and visit the charming Benedictine monastery on St. Mary’s Island in Veliko Jezero.

Day 4: DUBROVNIK

Dubrovnik is famous for its remarkably well-preserved medieval walls that surround the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is often called the “Pearl of the Adriatic” for its stunning architecture, marble streets, and historic landmarks such as the Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral. Dubrovnik is also known for its picturesque location on the Dalmatian coast, vibrant cultural scene, and role as a filming location for the popular TV series Game of Thrones.

Day 5: DUBROVNIK - PELJEŠAC PENINSULA

The Pelješac Peninsula is renowned for its scenic beauty, picturesque vineyards, and delicious wine production, particularly Dingač and Plavac Mali wines. It’s also known for its stunning coastline, with crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Additionally, the peninsula is famous for its seafood, particularly oysters, which are farmed in the waters around Ston, a charming town on the peninsula known for its well-preserved medieval walls.

Day 6: HVAR - BRAČ

Hvar Island is known for its stunning natural beauty, vibrant nightlife, and rich history. It boasts beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and lavender fields that fill the air with a delightful scent in the summer. Hvar Town, the island’s main settlement, is famous for its elegant Venetian architecture, bustling harbor, and lively atmosphere. Additionally, Hvar is known for its winemaking tradition, producing high-quality wines like Plavac Mali and Bogdanuša.

Day 7: HVAR - BRAČ (BOL, MILNA & PUČIŚČA) - RETURN TO SPLIT

Island Brač is best known for its iconic beach, Zlatni Rat, often referred to as the Golden Horn or Golden Cape. This stunning stretch of sand and pebbles extends into the crystal-clear waters, shifting shape with the currents and winds. Brač is also known for its white limestone, which was used to build famous structures like Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the White House in Washington, D.C. The island offers picturesque villages, hiking trails, and opportunities for water sports, making it a popular destination for tourists seeking natural beauty and outdoor activities.

Breakfast on board.

Disembarkation at 9:00 AM City Port Split.