Croatia – Sailing from Dubrovnik to Split

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An itinerary from Dubrovnik to Split
Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful old villages in Croatia and, in fact, it protected by UNESCO, thanks to its beauty. George Bernard Shaw wondered if heaven could be like this delightful place, halfway between the earth and the sea. Worth an evening in the oldtown. Mljet For those who did not want to wait or have already passed on Friday night in Dubrovnik, we set off to Mljet. After a few miles of sailing with the wind blowing slightly and the sea almost always calm, we drop anchor on Mljet. The island is covered with green, where peace reigns, disturbed only by the sound of cicadas, constant and hypnotic from sunrise to sunset. Diving off a cliff, having a swim or simply enjoying the smell of the Mediterranean is an experience that everyone will save in his own prettiest memories.
[SinglePic not found] Lastovo is a WWF natural park and Mali lake is one of the most pristine bays frequented by yachts, it is protected from almost all winds and you can go ashore and enjoy a lobster in the restaurant overlooking the sea. Korkula Cruising from Lastovo to Korkula, we will stop in the southeast coast to enjoy one of the several beaches, protected from the Mistral. At sunset we will be moored in the port of the medieval village of Korkula one of the best preserved villages of the Mediterranean, where locals say it is the birthplace of Marco Polo. Vis – Viska Luka We then set sails for the island of Vis, enjoying fresh winds and calm water, enjoying this ideal spot for sailing, and stopping in the Bay of Viska Luka, where the monastery of Vis lies a few meters from the sea.
Hvar – Stari Grad Having dropped anchor on the isle of Palmezana for lunch, we head for Stari Grad in the afternoon. Stari Grad is a medieval port placed in the island of Hvar, at the end of a fjord, one of the most fascinating parts of Croatia. During the summer nightlife spreads out in the several bars, cafes and restaurants on the pier.
[SinglePic not found]Brac The next morning we set off to Bol, the cone of sand on the southern coast of the island of Brac. This spot is one of the most famous pictures of Croatia and we definitely cannot miss it. In the evening we anchor in the ports of Lucice or Bobovisce. Split Finally, we make our way to Split. The old town is a rare gem, where someone could end up buying one of the many studios and renovated apartments overlooking the amphitheater or the other ruins. Definitely worth a walk. In the evening, listening to live music and having a toast with a good glass of red wine will be the perfect good end to this holiday.