Dubrovnik sailing route – 7 days of sailing and history
Starting point: Dubrovnik
Arrival: We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
About: Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular tourist destination as it is essentially a medieval town, whose historic core seems to have been suspended in time. The churches and public buildings mixed with the green-shuttered stone houses form a picturesque image that has relatively remained untouched by the twenty-first century.
The plan for the first day is to arrive on a Saturday in Dubrovnik and get to the Marina. Your check-in on the boat will be at 5 PM and you will spend the night there. Dubrovnik is Croatia’s best-known destination, frequently visited by many celebrities.
Explore the untouched beaches of Saplunara and find your own little slice of heaven here.
Sail to Korčula, an island that celebrates Half New Year with an open-air carnival where locals and tourists take part in the masked parade before dancing, eating and drinking the night away.
Lastovo is a genuine heaven for lovers of nature, sailing and good food and wine. Due to its 50 years of military isolation, the island is one of the last untouched areas of the Mediterranean.
Mljet is voted to be “the most seductive island in the Adriatic” by Lonely Planet. It is covered by a dense Mediterranean forest and crisscrossed with a maze of paths that are ideal for tranquil walking.
Šipan is the largest island of the Elaphite archipelago (in Greek meaning the Deer Islands) with quiet bays, beaches, green cypress groves, summer residences of the noblemen and common citizens spread all over the grove-covered hills.