The island of Brač is the biggest island in Dalmatia and one of the three biggest in the whole of Croatia.
Brač Island is filled with rich flora and fauna and the seasons on Brač are more distinguishable than on any other islands on the Adriatic Sea.
It holds many undiscovered beaches and coves, of which the most well-known is Zlatni rat in an area called Bol. The beach made it to the list of 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, which is not a surprise after you see the magnificence that it holds.
When you arrive at Bol, you will be able to relax on the beach, swim or enjoy any other kind of activity that is on offer.
After an hour or two, you will head to a small place called Milna, where you will have lunch, after which there will be more time for swimming in the crystal-clear sea and enjoying the beautiful views that the island holds.
The tour starts with the magnificent Blue Cave of Biševo. It is one of 26 caves on the Island of Biševo, in a bay called Balun. The cave was formed by erosion from the sea, and once you are in, you will be see the intense blue shades of the cave, which occur due to the reflection of the sun into the water which then bounce back from the white sandstone bottom. The Blue Cave has been protected since 1951. After exploring the cave, you will proceed to Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world. You will have lunch here and then can explore the island. Hvar is mostly known for its great night life, but it offers much more than that. When you wander around the island, you will see many attractions, such as Fortica fortress, with its rich history, Arsenal, one of the first European public theatres, The Franciscan monastery, Cathedral, etc. After discovering the island, you will head back to the boat and return to Split while enjoying the picturesque scenery.
Our journey starts with a boat ride from Dubrovnik to the beautiful town of Perast, located on the coast of Montenegro. The ride lasts for 3 and a half hours with a 20-minute stop to cross the border, but will definitely leave you mesmerised with views of crystal clear seas and the coast of both Croatia and Montenegro. You will see amazing old stone palaces along the coastline which represent the age when sailors brought riches home from their voyages. When you arrive in Perast, the small and breathtaking coastal city, you will immediately notice its rich maritime history and stonework everywhere you go. The city feels like a mosaic built around baroque buildings of extraordinary beauty, churches and stone houses, which you will experience by walking through the city. A meal will be organized in Perast and you will then continue on your cruise to the beautiful old city at the bottom of the Bay called Kotor. This old Venetian influenced city has a lot to see in regards to its architecture. Kotor is inscribed on the UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage. The city is surrounded by four kilometre long walls and it holds a maritime museum, small and big squares, and winding streets. Being there and seeing it with your eyes is a story that cannot be told. After experiencing this amazing city you will again enjoy the boat ride back to Dubrovnik.
The boat tour to the island of Lokrum and Cavtat is simply such a different experience from when going to Lokrum or to Cavtat by car. You get to see the side of the city that cannot be seen when on land. The ride to Lokrum takes about 15 to 20 minutes, after which you can discover the beauties that this island offers. While wandering through the island, you will stumble upon a few attractions, such as an 11th century church and monastery, the castle of Maximilian of Habsburg, the spectacular gardens that surround the buildings, Charlotte’s Well, and many paths that are preserved over the years. The island is breathtaking not only for its nature and ancient buildings, but also for the animals (rabbits and peacocks) that run freely throughout. After spending some time on Lokrum, we continue to the beautiful town of Cavtat while sailing along Dubrovnik’s coast. The small town of Cavtat is located just around 30 minutes from Dubrovnik. It is a picturesque coastal town, mostly known for being the birthplace of the famous painter Vlaho Bukovac, whose house has been turned into a museum with his paintings. Cavtat has many other attractions for you to see such as St. Nicholas Church, the Franciscan monastery and Racic Mausoleum, or you can decide on skipping all of that and after lunch in one of the amazing small family restaurants in Cavtat, take a walk on the pathway by the sea.
The day will end by getting back to your yacht and relaxing on deck until reaching Dubrovnik. Your personal driver will be waiting on the pier and drive you back to your hotel.
The Island of Korčula is one of the alleged places where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Its location is easily accessible by yacht when coming from Dubrovnik, taking around 3 hours with views of the beautiful villages of Dubrovačko Primorje. The Old Town in Korčula looks like a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defense by Venetians and many gates and towers around it. The Island offers many attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, and other baroque and gothic churches, to its countryside filled with oak and pine trees. After sightseeing in Korčula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break, after which we can continue back to Dubrovnik, sailing along the Elafiti islands. A tour to Korčula Island gives you more than only one island as on our way back we will be stopping on the island of Šipan as well. Take a walk around the old picturesque streets, have a swim or even enjoy a glass of wine whilst soaking up the sunset. After Šipan we will continue our sail back to the port in Dubrovnik where your driver will meet you and drive you to your hotel.
The island of Mljet is one of the most beautiful and forested islands in the Adriatic and definitely one of the pearls in the Mediterranean Sea. A lovely boat ride to the island will take around two and a half hours after which you will get to Pomena, from where you start your journey.
You will enjoy this island of mystique, untouched nature, vineyards, olive trees and rich history that goes back to 4th century B.C. Discover the beautiful National Park, which covers most of the island, two famous salt lakes, Big and Small Lake, a Benedictine Monastery, church of St. Mary, and many fortresses, preserved graves and ruins from ancient times.
The National Park might be Mljet’s main draw, but it’s not the island’s only attraction - the eastern tip of Saplunara is also widely renowned for its sandy beaches, hidden lagoons and natural caves. Most famous is the striking Odysseus cave on the south coast, reached by a 30-metre tunnel from the shore and named after the legendary Greek king who was allegedly shipwrecked here and lived on the island for seven years.
The Roman Palace that the island holds is the third largest in Croatia, just behind the Arena in Pula and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Mljet offers many other activities as well, such as hiking, biking, diving, kayaking, which can be done after a lunch break, as you can take some free time in order to experience the island even better.
Discover the beautiful Elaphiti Islands with this full day tour of the three biggest islands, Koločep, Lopud and Šipan. The group of thirteen islands is located to the north-west of Dubrovnik and several of them are inhabited.
This boat tour of the Elaphiti Islands will give you an unforgettable experience. You will be able to enjoy the beauty of crystal clear seas and outstanding views, with the highest quality, comfort and service that our boat offers. The tour starts with the island of Koločep, where you can wander around and enjoy its breathtaking scenery, cuisine and sea, or enjoy the view from the deck of the boat. The next stop on our tour is the island of Lopud, which will amaze you not only with its charming landscape, but also with its famous sandy beaches, where you can swim, relax and enjoy the beauty of the island. It is the perfect getaway from the city’s crowds and noise, as you can relax with sounds of the sea hitting the shore and wind breezing through the trees. Lunch will be served on Lopud, after which we continue to the island of Šipan, which is the largest of the three. The island is special for its rich historical heritage, which can be seen in the old churches, villas, agriculture and countryside, which you will tour through. Some of the attractions you will definitely want to see when in Šipan are St. Peter church, Church of the Holy Spirit, the castle of family Stijepović-Skočibuha, etc. After exploring Šipan, you will head off to the boat, and enjoy your ride back to Dubrovnik.
• Lunch can also be organized on the island of Šipan and you will have free time to enjoy Šipan and explore on your own, we will tell you where to find wonderful, secret places rich in natural beauty. Enjoy lunch in one of the best local fish restaurant on the island.
• Lunch can also be organized on the island of Koločep, in a beautiful restaurant on the cliff of the island, with an amazing view of the other islands and open sea. Its location and ambient are magnificent and you will be blown away once you try their specialties.
The beautiful town of Maribor is the second largest town in Slovenia and sits on the River Drava. The drive from Zagreb takes around 2 hours and passes the border of Slovenia. The city has many attractions to offer, such as the Cathedral of Maribor, built in a gothic style, The City Hall of Maribor, the castle from 15th century, etc. The city is famous for being the home of the oldest vine, which dates back 400 years. Also, Maribor has many vineyards in the area, as well as many places that offer an insight into rural tourism. After sightseeing in Maribor, you will head to one of those places, where you will have lunch and the opportunity to taste various local wines and dishes, after which you will head back to Zagreb.
The tour starts with a drive of two hours’ through small but mesmerising villages and Croatian countryside until we reach the city of Opatija. The city became a favorite destination for many tourists since the 19th century. Members of the European aristocracy and nobility made Opatija their oasis of peace, where they enjoyed time, far away from their palaces. Opatija’s architecture and buildings are like nowhere else, a beautiful mixture of renaissance, baroque, classicism, gothic, and many more. You will enjoy sightseeing in Opatija, discovering the Hotel Kvarner and Hotel Imperial, which were the first two hotels on the Adriatic, Madonna Del Mare, Maiden with the seagull, and many more. After sightseeing, you will have a lunch break, after which you will visit Lovran, which is just 15 minutes away. Lovran is one of the most attractive destinations in the area, where you will see the city’s centre, baroque houses and many other historic monuments. After a short sightseeing tour of Lovran, you will head back to Zagreb.
The medieval city of Samobor is situated around 45 minutes from Zagreb. As well as all of the historical attractions that Samobor offers, it is the beautiful landscape, parks and countryside that surround the city which makes it so special and attractive. While there, you have to try some of their specialties, including their famous vanilla cream cake which is called “kremšnita”, because if you don’t, you will miss out on having the full Samobor experience!