Visit Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Peljesac, Mljet and more. You don’t ever have to anchor in the same bay twice.

Route in brief

With over 1,000 islands, when it comes to discovering the Adriatic, the possibilities are endless!

Start your sailcation in Central Dalmatia and head South, or vice-versa. You will get to see, taste, and feel the best of this region.

Day 1

Split – Brač (Povlja) (20 Nm)

Start your sailing with a sunset swimming in Povlja.

This traditional Dalmatian village that is surrounded by numerous bays.

Day 2

Brač – Pakleni islands – Hvar (21 + 2 Nm)

Continue sailing to Hvar island and the Pakleni archipelago.

While Hvar is popular destination for party-lovers, Pakleni Islands are perfect for those looking for relaxation.

Day 3

Hvar – Vela Luka (17 Nm)

Heading to Korčula, visit the town of Vela Luka.

It is located on the western side of the island

Day 4

Vela Luka – Korčula (18 Nm)

Spend one more day on the island, in Korcula town.

The town is the birthplace of Marko Polo and the only place where Moreška, a Spanish medieval knight game, is still being performed.

Day 5

Korčula – Trpanj (8 Nm)

Leave Korčula and head to the Pelješac.

Once you have arrived to the peninsula, anchor at Trpanj.

Day 6

Trpanj – Mljet (22 Nm)

Passionate lovers of natural beauty will adore Mljet and its National Park.

The NP is located in the western part of the island.

Day 7

Mljet – Šipan – Slano (10 + 4 Nm)

Make a stop and enjoy swimming, diving and doing other sea activities.

Either stop in Šipan (biggest) or other of the Elaphiti islands before you reach your final destination – the brand new marina in Slano.

Total sailing distance: 122 Nm


Places you’ll visit

Povlja (Brac)

A place full of natural beauty perfect for diving and sailing.

The sheltered town is perfect destination for all sailors. There are many unpopulated coves around Povlja to discover. Surely, here you will have an idyllic, stress-free holiday.

Hvar & Pakleni islands

Hvar is the sunniest island in the Adriatic with the oldest theatre in Europe (1612).

Pakleni islands are the perfect destinations for those who like historical sites in combination with superb restaurants and exciting nightlife.

Vela Luka (Korcula)

Vela Luka is a traditional Dalmatian town that is also called “Luka” (which means “harbor” in Croatian) by its habitants.

In the center of town you can find the “Center for Culture”, with local museums and sculptures.

Trpanj (Peljesac)

Trpanj is one of the oldest towns in the peninsula

You can spend your day exploring an antique fortress, Gradina, many churches and little chapels. Also, the village of Lovišće, located on the western part of the peninsula, is a great place for a diving adventure.

Mljet

If you’re looking for a green island with untouched nature, Mljet is everything you’ve dreamed of.

There’re two lakes connected with a bridge – on the larger one there is a Benedictine monastery that was built in the 12th century. On the south part of the island you can find the Odysseus cave – according to the Greek legend, after a shipwreck that happened close to Mljet, Odysseus swam into this cave and was captivated for by the nymph Calypso.


Boats for your island hooping

You can take any of our boats from split and go island hopping…


Route in pictures


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