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One way sailing route from Split to Dubrovnik – Croatia Sailing Itinerary
One way sailing from Split to Dubrovnik – most interesting itinerary on the Croatian coast
Starting point: Split
Arrival: We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
About: Split International airport is only 10-15 km away from all marinas in the area. We can arrange a transfer from the airport to the marina for you. The transfer is not included in the price.
Sailing from Split to Dubrovnik attracts many seafarers with its magical beauty and unspoiled nature.
During the sailing season, the Dalmatian archipelago becomes full of life and colors. In secluded bays of pristine nature, you can find your oasis of peace.
At every step of this route, you will be able to taste the best Croatian specialties in traditional restaurants called “konoba”. Fresh seafood and local ingredients will mesmerize your taste buds. Wine lovers will be able to taste exquisite local wines and enrich their gastro experience.
Day 1. Split
The plan for the first day is to arrive on a Saturday in Split and get to the Marina. Your check-in on the boat will be at 5 PM and you will spend the night there.
Day 2. Split – Pakleni islands
You will sail out in the morning towards the beautiful Pakleni islands. The island of Hvar, the Queen of the Dalmatian islands, is a couple of nautical miles away. The island of Hvar offers dense Mediterranean nature, rich tradition and architecture in Stari Grad, and a lively nightlife.
Day 3. Hvar – Vis
Its exclusiveness is in the island itself; untouched nature and the people that haven’t been possessed by tourist commercialization. Interesting fact: “Mamma Mia! Here we go again” musical was filmed here.
day 4. Vis – Lastovo
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.
Day 5. Lastovo – Mljet
Mljet is voted to be “the most seductive island in the Adriatic” by Lonely Planet. It is covered by a dense Mediterranean forest and criss-crossed with a maze of paths that are ideal for tranquil walking.
Day 6. Mljet – Šipan
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.
Day 7. Šipan – Dubrovnik
On the last day, we will make a stop at the Šunj beach on our way to Dubrovnik. Šunj is the most famous sandy beach in the Dubrovnik region. After that, you can enjoy your last evening in Dubrovnik and check out on Saturday morning at 9 am.