Croatia with Starlight..."Where will we go?"
General Itinerary: (Please note: this is a general itinerary of what you can expect. Your actual itinerary will be dictated by weather conditions at the time of charter along with your group’s preferences) Please use the following itinerary as a guide for ideas to discuss with your crew.
If you are arriving the night prior to your charter-we will coordinate your logistics for transfer. If you are arriving in the morning, we will coordinate your pick up from the airport to get you to the marina. Charter starts at 5pm and ends at 9am on your final day.
Day 1, Saturday: Trogir – Milna (Island of Brač) (12 NM)
Trogir (Tragurium): If the idea of sipping your first-morning coffee by the beautiful Croatian
sea sounds pleasant to you, Trogir is the place to be! Dating all the way back to ancient times
and taking part in the UNESCO World Heritage, you will enjoy its numerous famous sights
which reflect Trogir's long history and urban tradition, such as the Cathedral of St Lawrence,
the Church of St Nicholas, Kamerlengo fortress, Ćipiko, Town Hall and the town gate. After
getting to know Trogir's unique beauty, you can get a taste of Croatian gastronomy at local
restaurants. The town does not go to sleep in the evening either, as you can visit many of
the city's bars to get a glimpse of summer nights in Croatia.
Milna: To continue your vacation more actively, we suggest visiting Milna, the untouched
jewel on the west coast of the Island of Brač. There you will find an untouched natural bay
dating all the way back to Diocletian, surrounded by nice long sand and pebble beaches
stretching nearby (Pasika, Osibova, Lučice, Maslinova, cove of Vlaška). Various sports and
recreational contents are offered, including numerous sports playgrounds and sea-related
activities (scuba-diving, surfing, swimming).
Day 2, Sunday: Milna – Hvar (Island of Hvar), Paklinski Otoci (14 NM)
The city of Hvar: The inevitable jewel of the Croatian Riviera and Dalmatian islands, with
most sunny hours of all the islands in the Adriatic. It encompasses all the best of the Croatian
coast: gentle climate, autochthon architecture and unforgettable scenery. Many people
recognise that, so the island is often swarmed with guests. If this alone is not enough, there
are various tourist offers ready to fill your stay: traditional restaurants, sightseeing, and
nightlife. It is certainly not a bad idea to visit other places on the Island of Hvar, best known
for its beauty and its long tradition in organized tourism.
Paklinski Otoci: If you are not already amazed by the Croatian Rivera, Paklinski (Pakleni)
Otoci will do the trick! Not only does this chain of small isles carry a very interesting name
(Hell’s Islands), but it is abundant in forests, beaches and lagoons intercepted by the azure
Adriatic Sea. No wonder it is considered to be the prettiest part of Hvar’s (and even
Croatian!) Riviera. Here you can take a break from the usual tourist centres and enjoy a nice
quiet time in the isles’ hidden treasures. There are also a couple of tourist resorts (Jerolim,
Stipanska, Palmižana, Vlaška), ensuring you a rich variety of activities once your energy is
Day 3, Monday: Hvar – Korčula (Island of Korčula), swimming at Island of Šćedro (32 NM)
Korčula (Korkyra): Situated in the Pelješac Channel, this town and island of the same name
will allow you to enjoy a moderate climate and a beautiful Mediterranean nature while
exploring their rich history and ancient architecture, from cobbled streets to crystal clear
sea. The birthplace of Marco Polo has a very well developed tourism as it is one of the most
popular islands to visit on the Croatian coast.
Island of Šćedro: Another island full of history, but much smaller in size is the Island of
Šćedro, located along the southern part of the Island of Hvar. Thanks to its untouched nature
and secluded beaches and coves surrounded by crystal-clear sea, the island is protected as a
nature park. We could also call it a “history park” since there were found many historical
discoveries both on the land (abandoned village Nastane) and in the sea. Šćedro offers a
good anchorage spot, so there will be no problem for you to spend a relaxing time here
without any disturbance.
Day 4, Tuesday: Korčula – Pomena (Island of Mljet), visiting Mljet National Park (14 NM)
Pomena: A small historical village on the western coast of the Island of Mljet turned into a
tourist place. Pomena offers a harbour, accommodation, and other tourist-oriented
contents: fishing, swimming, restaurants, bars, shops. The Mljet National Park and its Malo
Jezero (Small Lake) are in the area nearby. The bay of Pomena is a safe anchorage spot
thanks to an Islet of Pomestak which shelters it.
Mljet National Park: This is an inevitable stop on your journey. The Island of Mljet will
amaze you by its stunning dense nature, pleasant climate and the beautiful Adriatic Sea. You
will surely find numerous unforgettable landscapes in this national park, the most famous
being the Big and the Small Lake, Veliko i malo jezero. No wonder why many consider it one
of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean.
Day 5, Wednesday: Pomena – Zaklopatica (Island of Lastovo), swimming at Lastovnjaci (20
Zaklopatica: Island of Lastovo and one of its northern bays, Zaklopatica, is followed by the
same moderate, pleasant climate as the surrounding islands. Although somewhat secluded,
it is still pretty close to the inland city Lastovo and the ferry port Ubli. Zaklopatica gives you a
chance to enjoy the sea under plenty of sunshine, with a couple of local, Mediterranean
cuisine restaurants nearby.
Day 6, Thursday: Zaklopatica – Vela Luka (Island of Korčula), swimming at Proizd (16 NM)
Vela Luka: Located on the western side of the Island of Korčula, Vela Luka is one of the main
tourist destinations placed in a historical setting surrounded by beautiful Mediterranean
vegetation (olives, figs, pine forests) and the deep blue sea. You can relax and take it easy in
the beautiful nature or you can go on exploring many of the nearby coves. As it is a popular
tourist destination, Vela Luka offers a wide range of gastronomic, sport and leisure options.
It also has a rich cultural offer, such as Vela Spila cave and the Cultural Centre.
Day 7, Friday, return: Vela Luka – Trogir, swimming at Bobovišće (Island of Brač) (32 NM)
Bobovišće: Perfect for tranquil and relaxing as much as for a more active holiday, the bay of
Bobovišće on the western coast of the Island of Brač is a must-stop. It is well connected with
mainland towns of Split and Makarska by ferry, and is close to tourist destinations of the
Island of Brač. Here you can enjoy sport and recreation, local way of life in an easy-going
atmosphere, and swimming spots in the beautiful nature.