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Sail Croatia - Trogir to Dubrovnik Itinerary
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USD $1,385CAD $1,395AUD $1,460EUR €1,015GBP £875NZD $1,730ZAR R13,290CHF FR1,250
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USD $1,470*CAD $1,478*AUD $1,501*EUR €1,075*GBP £927*NZD $1,850*ZAR R13,888*CHF FR1,318**
Day 1 Trogir/Rogoznica
Learn about the role Trogir played in Croatian history while walking through its World Heritage-listed Old Town, stopping to admire the St Lovro Cathedral, Cipiko Palace and Kamerlengo Fortress. Enjoy the serenity of the first night spent on board the boat in the cheerful peninsular of Rogoznica, just outside Trogir.
Day 2 Split/Hvar
Sail to Split and disembark to explore this charismatic, culture-rich city. Then, head out through the Hvarski Channel, around Point Pelegrin to Hvar. In free time, delight in some of the most idyllic beaches in Croatia or sip cocktails by the waterfront.
Day 3 Brac
Onwards to Brac and find a bold rocky terrain, dotted with wineries and groves. Drop into the crystal-clear water and spot fish while snorkelling, spend some blissful hours on the beach or enjoy an outdoor dining experience in the Old Town.
Day 4 Blace
Sail to the small, out-of-the-way village of Blace, skirting the pebble beaches, black pine groves and rocky cliffs of Peljesac Peninsula along the way. Surrounded by mountains, a river delta and numerous colourful fruit farms, Blace is known as 'the California of Croatia'.
Day 5 Korcula
Put out to sea once again for a full day on the open water. Arrive on the heavily wooded island of Korcula and discover the many influences that make it so distinct, from the Greeks in the 6th-century to the Romans, Venetians and even the French under Napoleon Bonaparte in the late 1700s. Soak up the sun’s rays in the afternoon and perhaps stroll around the Old Town in the evening.
Day 6 Mljet
Sail south-east to the ancient island of Mljet, believed to be where Odysseus lived for a period of time. Hike under towering pine trees on a guided tour of the national park, admire timeworn ruins and be sure to sample some of the island’s renowned wine and olive oil.
Day 7 Ston/Zaton
Disembark to a tangle of narrow laneways and cobbled squares in Ston before continuing on the home stretch to Zaton for the evening.
Day 8 Dubrovnik
A short sail and one last breakfast before arriving in Dubrovnik. Spend time discovering the many wonderful sights of this magical city, from its ancient city walls to a myriad of galleries, museums and lively restaurant strips.
Sail Croatia - Trogir to Dubrovnik Reviews
Our Sail Croatia - Trogir to Dubrovnik trips score an average of 4.71 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
Sail Croatia - Trogir to Dubrovnik, May 2014
Beautiful scenery, great skipper, great boat - unfortunately we found our fellow travellers hard to get on with Mato was great - we always went to great local restaurants for our dinners
Review submitted 25/06/2014
Sail Croatia - Trogir to Dubrovnik, June 2014
Loved the trip! It was a blast! Our trip was amazing and it was all because of Mato. I could not give him a higher rating. He was organized, kind, funny, smart, safe, etc etc. I loved working with him. Every Intrepid guide should be just like Mato.
Review submitted 25/06/2014
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