Split to Dubrovnik: 9 Days Private Boat Trip With Island Hopping

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Duration 📅

9 Days

Flights ✈️

International flights are NOT included

Airport Transfer 🧳

Drop-Off, Pickup

Accommodation 🛏️

5 Star Hotel, Boat

Tour Size 🧑🏻‍🤝‍🧑🏻


Language 🌐


Transport 🚍

Airconditioned Vehicle, Boat

Difficulty 🚥


Visa 🛂

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2 overnights in the 4-star hotel in Split, city tax included
3 overnights in a cabin with breakfast on board
3 overnights in the 5-star hotel in Dubrovnik, city tax included
Half-day Split walking and panoramic tour with wine & food tasting in Kaštela (app. 5,30 hours) on Day 2 including walking tour with a local guide, drive in an eco-friendly panoramic car, English speaking driver/guide, and wine and food tasting in Kaštela.
Jeanneau Prestige 42 Cruiser from Day 3 to Day 6 including crew (2 persons), fuel, tax, cruise,
Half-day private Hvar City tour on Day 4 including English-speaking local guide, entrance fees for the Fortica Castle, Benedictine monastery and Hvar Theatre, coffee at Piazza Bar and transfers Palmižana-Hvar city-Palmižana
Half-day private tour of Korčula on Day 5 (app. 4 hours) including English speaking guide, car & chauffeur, tastings of wines, local spirit, olive oils and jams, and all taxes
Half-day tour (app. 2,30 hours) of the National Park of Mljet on Day 6 including entrance fee and English-speaking local guide
Private 2 hours walking tour of Dubrovnik on Day 7 including English-speaking local guide.

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💎 Why we love it ?

Gorgeous beaches and valleys, stone houses, vineyards and olive trees, ancient mansions, and historical monuments, are just a few of the things which attract people from all over the world to visit the amazing Dalmatian islands. Cruise on a luxurious boat between some of the most beautiful ones. And not only that! UNESCO World Heritage site cities Split and Dubrovnik will be yours to explore!


🏁 Tour Itinerary: Split to Dubrovnik: 9 Days Private Boat Trip With Island Hopping

Day 1: Welcome to Split, “The Capital Of Dalmatia”

Private transfer from Split airport to the hotel. Check-in at the hotel. Time at leisure. Croatia’s second-largest city is a synthesis of an ancient city with a rich tradition, glorious history and modern architecture merged in the splendid heritage.
If you have time get a real taste of the old city – there’s no better way to do this than on foot. Head for Pjaca square where Split’s old town hall overlooks a sophisticated plaza of shiny marble tiles and cafes with outdoor seating. Fruit Square is also essential, taking its name from the market that was held here for centuries. Here there’s lots of beautiful Renaissance architecture, remnants from Split’s Venetian era. To see how Split’s inhabitants go about their day try Marmont Street, which extends down to the water and is flanked at the upper end by shops, cafes, and restaurants.
In the evening we recommend that you visit one of the famous restaurants in Split. Overnight in Split.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Cornaro Hotel Split or Similar.


Day 2: Private Split Tour With Wine & Food Tasting At a Family Estate

Breakfast at the hotel. Indulge in the exceptional half-day experience (app. 5,30 hours) of Split and surroundings. Meet your guide in the hotel and let yourself enjoy in vivacious streets of Split, soaking up its vibrant energy.
Take a walk through 1700 years of lively history visiting Diocletian’s palace, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, located in the heart of the old town. You will also visit old Roman cellars and Peristyle, the central square of the palace, located at the intersection of two main ancient roads. Peristyle is dominated by the great Cathedral of St. Domnius, positioned on the area once belonging to Diocletian’s mausoleum.
Then sit in the eco-friendly panoramic car and go beyond the Palace itself, revealing the less known but not to be missed places like Bačvice beach, home of unique Picigin game, Gripe Fortress, Poljud Stadium, home of our football team – Hajduk, find out who is “Torcida” and what it means for citizens of Split, and get some magnificent photos from the best viewpoint in town – Vidilica at Marjan Hill.
Not only will you familiarize yourself with history and culture, but also with some of the lesser-known facts of this genuinely unique city offering you a complete insight into both Split and Dalmatia lifestyles.
After the tour of Split, your guide will take you to Kaštela where you will have the opportunity to experience wonderful tastes of authentic Dalmatian wines and food. Kaštela is the picturesque little town of the central Dalmatia, between Split and Trogir. Under the name Kaštela, seven interconnected little towns are hidden lined up along the shore of the Kaštela Bay.
You will visit the winery proud of the family tradition of grapevine growing and eco-friendly winemaking. Your friendly host will share interesting tales on picking grapes and wine preparation while you taste three of the most famous Dalmatian wines in the combination with traditional Dalmatian snacks which include prosciutto, cheese & olives.
Return to Split. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Split.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Cornaro Hotel Split or Similar.


Day 3: Sailing From Split to Pakleni Islands, Anchor on Hvar Island

Breakfast at the hotel and check-out. At 11 a.m. boarding a boat in Split on the west coast and sail towards Pakleni Islands and Hvar. Enjoy the crystal-clear waters, hidden beaches, and deserted lagoons of the Pakleni Islands, a gorgeous chain of wooded isles that stretches out immediately in front of the Hvar town.
They are often mistakenly called Hell’s Islands given that the Croatian word for hell is Pakao, but there is nothing diabolic about them. Their name comes from a type of pine resin, which was once harvested on the islands and used for coating ships – Pakleni.
At 6 p.m. arrival on Hvar, ACI Marina Palmižana, one of the most beautiful marinas in the Adriatic.
At this popular boating destination, you can experience a relaxed and carefree time in a unique atmosphere of harmony with nature.
For dinner (on your own) we recommend Toto’s, a waterfront restaurant with its arboretum. The unique location and enormous space immersed in the botanic garden, allow each guest to feel special in this vegetation paradise. This seafood restaurant is already established as the best in simple but original seafood dishes. For the exciting nightlife you can go to the center of Hvar on just a short taxi boat ride and enjoy the exciting nightlife and glamour only Hvar can offer. Overnight on a boat in Palmižana.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Boat Onboard.


Day 4: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour of Hvar & Sailing to Korčula Island

Breakfast on a boat. Transfer from marina Palmižana to Hvar town for a something extra city tour. Hvar is one of the most fascinating towns in Europe – home to the oldest public theatre in Europe, the birthplace of the ‘father of fingerprinting’ and with its very own UNESCO heritage. Its quaint back streets have many secrets of their own, and the architectural influence of its many invaders can be carefully observed at leisure.
The tour starts with a car transfer to Hvar’s Fortica Castle, which is the best place for the most amazing view of the entire city and island archipelago. After learning more about the castle and its history you’ll begin the gentle stroll down to the city center through lush pine woods until you reach the old part of the town called Gorda. At Gorda you will stop at Benedictine Nuns’ museum where you will see their signature works of art: Agava pattern laces, just one of the five UNESCO heritages on Hvar – the most of any island in the world.
Afterward, you will discover the city square (the largest in Dalmatia), the historic Arsenal with its recently discovered ancient Roman ruins below, the oldest public theatre in Europe dating back to 1612, and Hvar cathedral, before finishing the tour with a well-earned espresso at Cafe Piazza overlooking the waterfront.
Return to the marina Palmižana and sail to Korčula island. On the way stop on a small island of Šćedro for a relaxing swim or walk. Protected as a nature park, in its untouched beauty, with many hidden coves, it provides an intimate experience to every visitor, and once you feel the charm of those quiet coves, sweet aromas of nature, and glimmering sun on crystal clear water you would want to stay forever.
We suggest that you take lunch (on your own) at Konoba Estravaganca in Duba Bay on the Pelješac peninsula that offers exclusively fresh fish and seafood. Of course, the famous mussels from Ston are also on the menu.
At 6:00 p.m. arrival at Korčula Island. Korčula island is almost completely merged with Pelješac through the Pelješac canal. The town of Korčula, located in the northeast of its namesake South Dalmatian island, is among the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval towns on the Croatian coast and in all of the Mediterranean.
Time at leisure. Overnight on a boat anchored at the ACI marina Korčula, situated next to the historical center of the town.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Boat Onboard.


Day 5: Half-Day Tour of Korčula And Cruise to The Spectacular Mljet National Park

After breakfast on a boat enjoy the tour of the island. What makes Korcula this incredible, is the Old City that is truly beautiful and looks exactly like a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old City. With its mesmerizing City Walls that were built for the defense of the city from Venetians, and many amazing towers that complete this fascinating image of the Old Town of Korcula.
Explore the rich history of the old town of Korčula through a guided sightseeing tour, visit some of the best Croatian wine and olive oil producers, taste Croatian fine wines and olive oils. Drive through some of the nicest landscapes, vineyards, and beaches of the South Adriatic. Discover beautiful Korčula island and the local ways of life.
Cruise to Mljet National Park. Upon arrival anchoring at the harbor in Pomena surrounded by green pine forests where the air smells of wild herbs. Time at leisure. Overnight on a boat.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Boat Onboard.


Day 6: Visit Mljet National Park & Cruise to Elaphite Islands

Breakfast on a boat. In the morning half-day tour of the National Park of Mljet. Mljet is a unique green oasis, one of just a few Adriatic islands that are completely covered in Mediterranean forests. The National Park is located in the northern part of this elongated and narrow island where lush Mediterranean flora is preserved, as well as the two lakes, Veliko (Large) and Malo (Small), which are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. There is an islet in Large Lake with an old monastery with the remains of an ancient Roman villa in the nearby cove.
After the tour sail towards Elaphite Islands.
Besides the three large islands, the Elaphites comprise a dozen mostly uninhabited islets. The name, which is of Greek origin, means “deer islands“. It is uncertain whether deer lived on the islands or if they got the name due to their resemblance to deer when viewed from the top of Mount Srđ overlooking Dubrovnik. Time at leisure for swimming.
Continue sailing towards Dubrovnik. Disembark in Dubrovnik at 6.00 pm. Transfer from the port to the hotel. Check-in at the hotel. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Royal Blue Hotel or Similar.


Day 7: Dubrovnik – Glamorous City Proud of Its Culture & History

Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning guided private 2 hours walking tour of Dubrovnik visiting the old city of Dubrovnik. The city tour of Dubrovnik Old Town weaves the story of its history and its present into the splendid fabric of fine architecture and magnificent city walls.
From Pile square on the eastern side of Dubrovnik Old Town, walk through the maze of narrow streets, lively piazzas, and stunning palaces like Sponza and churches like St. Blaise.
Enjoy the moderate tempo of your walk as you stroll down the main thoroughfare of Stradun, all the way to the Cathedral and the Rector’s Palace, where you will discover a fine synergy between governance and faith which kept Dubrovnik afloat as the independent Republic of Ragusa for 450 years.
Walk to the Game of Thrones filming location Fort Lovrijenac. Fort Lovrijenac doubles as the Red Keep in King’s Landing, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms. Lots of the scenes are filmed at this Fort including the tournament thrown in honor of King Joffrey’s name day in season two.
Time at leisure. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Royal Blue Hotel or Similar.


Day 8: Dubrovnik – Explore The City on Your Own

Breakfast at the hotel. Day at leisure. In the early evening, you can get stunning panoramic sunset views over the city and the Adriatic by taking the cable car up to Srđ Mountain, a fantastic selfie spot. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

🏚️ Hotel Option: Royal Blue Hotel or Similar.


Day 9: Dubrovnik – Departure

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out from the hotel and time at leisure until private transfer to Dubrovnik airport. If you have spare time, buy some unique souvenirs or gifts- arancini (candied orange peel), sugared almonds, or Konavle-style embroidered tablecloth.

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Split to Dubrovnik: 9 Days Private Boat Trip With Island Hopping
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