The city of Dubrovnik should not be left out of the program. The atmosphere of the streets of the old town is worth experiencing, and it is quite unique outside of the peak tourist season. There are restaurants on every corner, but you should wait for the real flavors of Croatia to be enjoyed in the small villages of the islands. Explore Stradun's small boutiques, photogenic gates and monasteries, and enjoy the energetic buzz of the city on the café terraces.
The Elaphiti archipelago is art of the picturesque Mediterranean seascape. Evergreen islands and turquoise sea. The front of Sipa island offers wonderful waters for snorkelers. Leaving Sipa behind, head towards Koba on the Peljesac peninsula. The village has a choice of individual local restaurants, for example the five-star Gastro Mare, which is popular with sailors, always serves fresh delicacies from Dalmatian cuisine.
The Kobas - Mljet cruise takes in the most sought-after sights of the Dalmatian coast: the sandy beach of Saplunara and Odyssei's cave. After taking selfies in these breathtaking landscapes, you can go to two salt lakes in the island's national park. Before leaving, you can take a breather in the old Benedictine monastery until it's time to continue on the route. It is worth anchoring in Pomena for the night. After a long day, it's wonderful to rest at anchor gently rocking, under the starry sky of the Mediterranean.
Located on the island of Korcula, Korcula is an idyllic town steeped in history, which is easy to explore on foot as soon as you dock at the small marina. The winding alleys are skillfully built to protect the city from the sea breeze, and yet in summer they direct the cooling air flow deep into the city. Only in Korcula can you watch the unique moreška, a sword dance show of knights!
Now is a great day of sailing ahead and you will get to explore the most beautiful coves of the Dalmatian coast. When you are anchored in the sheltered bay of Skrivena Luka, for a short moment you can feel how time stops and the whole world is made just for this moment. Later, when the return to sightseeing increases, you can visit the oldest 19th-century lighthouse on the island of Lastovo, for example.
Finally, when you sail from Lastovo to the Paklenski islands, you can let your inner adventurer loose! The area is one of the most popular sailing areas in Croatia. It invites adventurers to explore the island's bays and picturesque coves. The green vegetation, white beaches and clear sea even seem unreal, as if you were sailing on the sets of a romantic movie. For the night, you should drop anchor in Vinogradisce Bay or land in the small marina ACI Palmizana.
The last day of sailing should be used to relax on the catamaran and soak up the atmosphere of everything experienced. A relaxed sailing day includes lounging in the bright Mediterranean sun while snorkeling and enjoying a relaxed lunch on the boat's terrace. The luckiest will see dolphins in the area greeting the sailors!
Total length of the route: 172 M
For a cruise, you should choose a boat that serves exactly your group. The flagship yacht of the YachtsAgent fleet is the fully equipped Lagoon 50, Twin Joy. What if you booked a luxury boat for the first time, with which you can experience a sailing vacation on a whole new level? On Twin Joy, the skipper takes care of the boat and, if you wish, the hostess takes care of the cooking and serving. Also our smaller vessels, such as Lagoon 42 Happy Key, offer great conditions when you want to skipper your sailing yourself.