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Sailing & Walking: Dalmatian islands

Starting place: Split, Trogir
End point: Split, Trogir
From: 20.03.2021.
To: 20.11.2021.
* 8 days in this period
Persons: 12 (max.)
Sailing boats & Catamarans: prices & conditions
NAUTICA Assistance: Boat & Crew
WALKING Assistance: Itinerarie & Guide
Period: Saturday to Saturday

Walking & Heritage, TAILOR-MADE
Islands: Hvar, Brač, Vis, Korčula
Pelješac peninsula: North coast
Brač: Blaca hermitage, Zlatni Rat Beach
Vis: Top of Hum, Tito’s caves
Hinterlands: Hvar & Korčula islands
Old towns: Split, Trogir, Hvar, Korčula
Wine roads: Hvar, Korčula
 

EXCURSIONS

and participate in the following activities
Day 1. Arrival: Split
On request: Transfer, Airport - Marina

Split town
Built around the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Walking through the ancient town, you can experience the history, discovering examples of ancient architecture such as the Peristil, the medieval Romanesque church and the Gothic Palace, Renaissance portals of aristocratic houses, Baroque facades, all to the modern architecture incorporated into the rich heritage.

Trogir town
Trogir is located in Kastela Bay, it is known for the Old Town, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls, and we will discover its castles, towers, palaces and many other remains of Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

Boarding: Split, Trogir, Šibenik
17:00 Sailing: Brač island
Sightseeing
City tour: Split
Day 2. Brač island

Zlatni Rat Beach
Our first stop will be the Island of Brač and picturesque town of Bol. Walk along the promenade or swim at one of the most famous beaches in Dalmatia – Zlatni Rat (the Golden cape - known for its gravel promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly change its shape). Bol is a typical fishermen’s town turned into a popular tourist destination.

Walking: Blaca hermitage
Except for its coves and transparent and blissfully unspoilt water, its vineyards and olive groves, the island is known for its interesting history and architecture, here, above all, Blaca hermitage, as one of the most important and interesting architectural complex of Brač. We start our walking tour in the Blaca cove and we take direction toward the Blaca desert and hermitage.

Sailing: Vis island
Active
Walking: Brač island, Blaca hermitage
Day 3. Vis island
Vis is an island facing open seas, one of the remotest middle Dalmatian islands. Although rather smalL it is extremely hilly exceeding the height of 500 meters and displaying a network of mountain trails.

Tito’s caves are a particularly interesting place on the mount of Hum. These are two small caves with no adornments and with partially walled entrances. It is here that Josip Broz and partisan leaders stayed secretly for several months during World War II (1944). The access to the cave is made of 275 stairs.

Walking: The top of Hum
Besides the marked mountain trails leading from Podšpilje, Vis and Komiža to the Chapel of The Holy Spirit, there are mountain markers on almost all island trails, which allows for numerous hiking possibilities. Passing the island transversally, from Vis across Tito’s caves and the top of Hum towards Komiža, is particularly interesting.

Sailing: Korčula Island
Active
Walking: Vis island, Tito's cave
Day 4. Korčula island, southern coast

Vela Luka town
The picturesque town of Vela Luka is the largest town on the island of Korčula, and the second largest town in the Adriatic islands. Located on the west side of the island, its gulf position is a safe anchorage and port for sailors. Vela Luka is a place of very talented artists and musicians, a place of interesting traditions and rich cultural heritage.

Walking: Korčula island
We walk to the Zrnovo, in the island´s centrum following the age-old path used by people and villagers, going towards the South Coast´s hills. We go through vineyards and olive groves as we make our way to the strands of Bratinja luka and Orlanduša, located on the island´s South Coast. Lastly, we stroll through the dense Mediterranean vegetation, on the way to the hamlet of Postrana, where we finish our full day´s walking.

Sailing: Korčula island
Active
Walking: Korčula island, south shore
Day 5. Pelješac penninsula & Korčula town

Korčula town
It is a historic fortified town on the protected east coast of the island of Korčula. The old city is surrounded by walls, and the streets are arranged in a herringbone pattern allowing free circulation of air but protecting against strong winds. The town´s historic sites include the central Gothic and Renaissance Cathedral of St Mark, the Town Hall and the massive city fortifications. The 15th-century Franciscan monastery with a beautiful cloister is situated on the islet of Badija, near Korčula Town.
Marco Polo was born in 1254. in Korčula, explored the world on a grand scale and documented his experiences.

Walking: Our Lady of Angels
We start our tour with an up-hill walk from Kučište towards the monastery at 150 meters of altitude. The hiking path offers beautiful views of the canal between Pelješac peninsula and the island of Korčula. The town of Korčula is part of a number of small enticing islands, containing vineyards and olive groves of the peninsula. After a visit to the Monastery and the church of Our Lady of Angels, we continue walking towards the church Our Lady of Carmen.

Sailing: Hvar island
Active
Walking: Pelješac peninsula, Our Lady of Angels
Day 6. Hvar island
The island of Hvar is famous for its pleasant Mediterranean climate. The island is characterized by gentle winters, warm summers and many hours of sunshine, well-indented coast, numerous picturesque and intact beaches and bays, virgin nature, very rich historical and cultural inheritance, the scents of lavender, olive trees and wine.

Walking: St. Nicolas peak
Our walking tour begins in Svirče, a small village. We begin to walk towards the highest peak and from the peak we descend towards Sv. Nedjelja, on the south coast of the island. Sv. Nedjelja is a small village famous for the best red wine whose grapes mature on the steep southern slopes under the highest peak of the island. This hiking path has views of vineyards and steep rocks of this side of Hvar Island.

Overnight: Hvar island
Active
Walking: Hvar island, St. Nicolas peak
Day 7. Hvar town & Velo Grablje

Hvar town
The picturesque city of Hvar is situated on the coast of a bay protected by an archipelago of 21 islands with beautiful beaches.

Walking: Grablje, on hills of Hvar
We start our walking to Velo Grablje, going towards the south coast. Before arriving in the village of Milna by the sea, we will pass by Malo Grablje an interesting abandoned village where we can observe the typical architecture of Dalmatian coast and islands with uniquely made stone houses. After our tour from Velo Grablje to Hvar, we will arrive in Hvar town.

Sailing: to Marina
Overnight: Marina, Split, Trogir, Šibenik
Active
Walking: Hvar island, Hill of Grablje
Day 8. End of the tour
09:00 Marina: Split, Trogir, Šibenik

On request: Accommodation, Transfers
Sightseeing
City tour: Trogir
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Luxa Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 (11.98 m)
20.03.-27.03.
 
City tour: Trogir
(Sightseeing)

27.03.
 
City tour: Split
(Sightseeing)

20.03.
 
Walking: Brač island, Blaca hermitage
(Active)

21.03.
 
Walking: Vis island, Tito's cave
(Active)

22.03.
 
Walking: Korčula island, south shore
(Active)

23.03.
 
Walking: Pelješac peninsula, Our Lady of Angels
(Active)

24.03.
 
Walking: Hvar island, St. Nicolas peak
(Active)

25.03.
 
Walking: Hvar island, Hill of Grablje
(Active)

26.03.
 
Specialised travel:
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Offer
Sailing & Walking: Dalmatian islands
Sailing boat & Catamaran: according to availability
Cabine: 1/2 (on request: 1/1)
CHECK-IN: Saturday 16:00
CHECK-OUT: Saturday 09:00

Itinerarie: by program
Skipper in separate cabin

On request: TAILOR-MADE
Walking: Entrances, Guide, Yoga teacher
Cuisine & Tastings: Wine, Oysters
Staff: Cook, Hostess
Beverage & Meal: on board
Transfer: Airport - Marina
Charter
Luxa Beneteau Oceanis 41.1
Split
Luxa Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 (11.98 m)
Sailing boats & Catamarans: prices & conditions
VAT & fee, fuel, moornings, bed linen & towels, fully equipped galley, VHF, chart plotter, dinghy, bimini, sprayhood, pilot book, nav. charts, weather forecast, technical & booking support, Wi-Fi 1GB.
Transit log: Boat and bed linen cleaning, underwater inspection

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Security deposit, Insurances
ONE WAY FEE: Return of the boat
Izleti
City tour: Split
Split
Sightseeing
Day 1. Arrival: Split
On request: Transfer, Airport - Marina

Split town
Built around the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Walking through the ancient town, you can experience the history, discovering examples of ancient architecture such as the Peristil, the medieval Romanesque church and the Gothic Palace, Renaissance portals of aristocratic houses, Baroque facades, all to the modern architecture incorporated into the rich heritage.

Trogir town
Trogir is located in Kastela Bay, it is known for the Old Town, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls, and we will discover its castles, towers, palaces and many other remains of Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

Boarding: Split, Trogir, Šibenik
17:00 Sailing: Brač island
Izleti
Walking: Brač island, Blaca hermitage
Bol
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 16.42 km
Elevation: 216 m
Estimated Duration: 5.00 h
Day 2. Brač island

Zlatni Rat Beach
Our first stop will be the Island of Brač and picturesque town of Bol. Walk along the promenade or swim at one of the most famous beaches in Dalmatia – Zlatni Rat (the Golden cape - known for its gravel promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly change its shape). Bol is a typical fishermen’s town turned into a popular tourist destination.

Walking: Blaca hermitage
Except for its coves and transparent and blissfully unspoilt water, its vineyards and olive groves, the island is known for its interesting history and architecture, here, above all, Blaca hermitage, as one of the most important and interesting architectural complex of Brač. We start our walking tour in the Blaca cove and we take direction toward the Blaca desert and hermitage.

Sailing: Vis island
Izleti
Walking: Vis island, Tito's cave
Vis
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 0.00 km
Elevation: 564 m
Estimated Duration: 4.00 h
Day 3. Vis island
Vis is an island facing open seas, one of the remotest middle Dalmatian islands. Although rather smalL it is extremely hilly exceeding the height of 500 meters and displaying a network of mountain trails.

Tito’s caves are a particularly interesting place on the mount of Hum. These are two small caves with no adornments and with partially walled entrances. It is here that Josip Broz and partisan leaders stayed secretly for several months during World War II (1944). The access to the cave is made of 275 stairs.

Walking: The top of Hum
Besides the marked mountain trails leading from Podšpilje, Vis and Komiža to the Chapel of The Holy Spirit, there are mountain markers on almost all island trails, which allows for numerous hiking possibilities. Passing the island transversally, from Vis across Tito’s caves and the top of Hum towards Komiža, is particularly interesting.

Sailing: Korčula Island
Izleti
Walking: Korčula island, south shore
Korčula
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 11.06 km
Elevation: 344 m
Estimated Duration: 5.00 h
Day 4. Korčula island, southern coast

Vela Luka town
The picturesque town of Vela Luka is the largest town on the island of Korčula, and the second largest town in the Adriatic islands. Located on the west side of the island, its gulf position is a safe anchorage and port for sailors. Vela Luka is a place of very talented artists and musicians, a place of interesting traditions and rich cultural heritage.

Walking: Korčula island
We walk to the Zrnovo, in the island´s centrum following the age-old path used by people and villagers, going towards the South Coast´s hills. We go through vineyards and olive groves as we make our way to the strands of Bratinja luka and Orlanduša, located on the island´s South Coast. Lastly, we stroll through the dense Mediterranean vegetation, on the way to the hamlet of Postrana, where we finish our full day´s walking.

Sailing: Korčula island
Izleti
Walking: Pelješac peninsula, Our Lady of Angels
Orebić
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 6.84 km
Elevation: 206 m
Estimated Duration: 5.00 h
Day 5. Pelješac penninsula & Korčula town

Korčula town
It is a historic fortified town on the protected east coast of the island of Korčula. The old city is surrounded by walls, and the streets are arranged in a herringbone pattern allowing free circulation of air but protecting against strong winds. The town´s historic sites include the central Gothic and Renaissance Cathedral of St Mark, the Town Hall and the massive city fortifications. The 15th-century Franciscan monastery with a beautiful cloister is situated on the islet of Badija, near Korčula Town.
Marco Polo was born in 1254. in Korčula, explored the world on a grand scale and documented his experiences.

Walking: Our Lady of Angels
We start our tour with an up-hill walk from Kučište towards the monastery at 150 meters of altitude. The hiking path offers beautiful views of the canal between Pelješac peninsula and the island of Korčula. The town of Korčula is part of a number of small enticing islands, containing vineyards and olive groves of the peninsula. After a visit to the Monastery and the church of Our Lady of Angels, we continue walking towards the church Our Lady of Carmen.

Sailing: Hvar island
Izleti
Walking: Hvar island, St. Nicolas peak
Hvar
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 9.66 km
Elevation: 597 m
Estimated Duration: 8.00 h
Day 6. Hvar island
The island of Hvar is famous for its pleasant Mediterranean climate. The island is characterized by gentle winters, warm summers and many hours of sunshine, well-indented coast, numerous picturesque and intact beaches and bays, virgin nature, very rich historical and cultural inheritance, the scents of lavender, olive trees and wine.

Walking: St. Nicolas peak
Our walking tour begins in Svirče, a small village. We begin to walk towards the highest peak and from the peak we descend towards Sv. Nedjelja, on the south coast of the island. Sv. Nedjelja is a small village famous for the best red wine whose grapes mature on the steep southern slopes under the highest peak of the island. This hiking path has views of vineyards and steep rocks of this side of Hvar Island.

Overnight: Hvar island
Izleti
Walking: Hvar island, Hill of Grablje
Hvar
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 10.66 km
Elevation: 287 m
Estimated Duration: 5.00 h
Day 7. Hvar town & Velo Grablje

Hvar town
The picturesque city of Hvar is situated on the coast of a bay protected by an archipelago of 21 islands with beautiful beaches.

Walking: Grablje, on hills of Hvar
We start our walking to Velo Grablje, going towards the south coast. Before arriving in the village of Milna by the sea, we will pass by Malo Grablje an interesting abandoned village where we can observe the typical architecture of Dalmatian coast and islands with uniquely made stone houses. After our tour from Velo Grablje to Hvar, we will arrive in Hvar town.

Sailing: to Marina
Overnight: Marina, Split, Trogir, Šibenik
Izleti
City tour: Trogir
Trogir
Sightseeing
Day 8. End of the tour
09:00 Marina: Split, Trogir, Šibenik

On request: Accommodation, Transfers
Specialised travel

Sailing & Walking: Dalmatian islands

From: 20.03.2021.
To: 20.11.2021.
* 8 days in this period
Starting place:: Split, Trogir
Persons: 12 (max.)
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Sailing & Walking: Dalmatian islands
Sailing boat & Catamaran: according to availability
Cabine: 1/2 (on request: 1/1)
CHECK-IN: Saturday 16:00
CHECK-OUT: Saturday 09:00

Itinerarie: by program
Skipper in separate cabin

On request: TAILOR-MADE
Walking: Entrances, Guide, Yoga teacher
Cuisine & Tastings: Wine, Oysters
Staff: Cook, Hostess
Beverage & Meal: on board
Transfer: Airport - Marina