City of Dubrovnik is the capital of Croatian tourism situated at the very south of Croatia. It is protected by UNESCO and it is on World Heritage List. The “Game of Thrones” has been filmed here, so the tour of the filming sites has become a new tourist product. Numerous pebble or sandy beaches, hidden bays and luxurious beaches offer variety of choice. You can enjoy on one of the most famous beaches Šunj or Banje beach. If you want to explore medieval Dubrovnik you can enjoy sightseeing in the Old Town Dubrovnik and visit City Walls, museums, libraries or trasuries. Enjoy festials, like Dubrovnik Summer festival. You can take cable car to Mountain Srđ. In Dubrovnik there is something for everyone.
We will take our motoryacht charter from Dubrovnik towards Elaphiti Islands is a small archipelago consisting of several islands northwest of city of Dubrovnik. If you are into crystal clear water and chilled island vibes then you absolutely have to visit three Elaphite islands; Lopud, Šipan and Koločep (there are many more little islets). Enjoy in the freshest seafood and wineries you won’t find in any guide book.
National Park Mljet is located north-west part of island of Mjet. Park’s main attractions include two salt water lakes – Great lake and Small lake. Entrance fee has to be paid on site. You can either stroll or cycle on well-marked paths around the lakes. Look for a refreshment and take a swim on one of the beaches on the lakes.
Next stop with our motoryacht charter will be island of Korčula. sixth-largest Adriatic island rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. Island of Korčula has a culinary scene with unique wines to choose from.
Island of Hvar is more popular island and a very glitzy destination. When you think of island of Hvar yachting and cocktail parties first come in mind. But the island is also known for its lavender, that turns vast land into a fragrant riot of colour in the early summer.
Island of Vis is just the opposite to glamorous Hvar. Until 1989 it served as Yugoslav naval base and it was closed for public. Since then visitors who want to enjoy in untouched nature, choose island of Vis as their summer destination. Town of Komiža is a traditional fisherman village, with beautiful sea promenade and small charming restaurants that offer the freshest seafood.
With our motoryacht charter we can visit island of Brač, too. Brač deserves a place on any Croatia itinerary because of an excellent mix of culture, beaches and local life. It is considered paradise for those who prefer uninhabited coves and a few secluded lagoons. The most popular beach in Croatia is located on island of Brač, in town of Bol. The Golden Horn is an exquisite beach famous for its unusual shape and peak that constantly changes direction, depending on the winds – even several times a day!
City of Split is the largest city in Dalmatia and economic and cultural center of the region. This ancient city is one of the most popular tourist hotspots in Croatia. Split sees a lot of tourists every year. In last years it has become popular among young people because you can discover hidden bars and enjoy a vibrant atmosphere almost everywhere.
Town of Trogir located only about 30 kilometers from Split will give you peace, quiet and chill. This large cultural centre is one of the most preserved medieval towns in Europe. Town highlights include Kamerlengo Tower, Rector’s Palace and Cathedral of St. Lawrence.