Sail in style around Croatia with a sophisticated group of gay travellers. From Dubrovnik we’ll sail down the Adriatic coast exploring islands such as Mljet, Hvar and Korcula. In Brač we’ll explore the remains of Diocletian’s Palace, one of the great ruins of the Roman Empire. We’ll also sample some of Croatia’s finest wines.
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- 3rd July 2020 Friday
Group Trip Breakdown
Day 1: Arrival
When you arrive at Dubrovnik you’ll be transferred to your luxury hotel. Evening at leisure.
Day 2: Dubrovnik
Today we’ll set out on a tour of Dubrovnik, the setting of much of the Game Of Thrones series. Dubrovnik is one of the great cultural and historical cities of the Mediterranean. In the evening there’ll be a welcome dinner where you’ll get to know your fellow sailors.
Day 3: Kayaking – Clothing Optional Beach
After breakfast we’ll be kayaking around Dubrovnik. This is a great way to see the Adriatic coast. We’ll stop at a popular clothing optional gay beach, Lokrum Island. We’ll have lunch and set off for some more sight seeing.
Day 4: Mljet and Saltwater Lakes
Today we’ll sail to the island of Mljet where the hidden port of Pomena is located. This island was written about in the 6th-century BC by Greco-Roman geographers.
We’ll explore the island, taking in the National Park and also swimming weightlessly in the saltwater lakes.
Day 5: Hvar Island
We’ll be setting off bright and early to the island of Hvar, located between Brač and Korčula. After having lunch onboard we’ll cycle to the interior of the island. We’ll ride across vineyards and through ancient towns.
On the way we’ll learn about the island’s rich history – it was a Greek colony in antiquity.
Day 6: Zlatni Rat
Today we’ll head to the island of Brač, home to the famous horn-shaped Zlatni Rat beach.
We’ll sail to Split after lunch – Croatia’s second city. It is home to the Emperor Diocletian’s palace, one of the greatest ruins of the Roman empire. This will bring you face to face with ancient history.
Day 7: Korcula and Vineyards
In the morning we’ll head to Korcula, the alleged birthplace of Marco Polo. We’ll take a walk through the Lumbarda countryside. At the local vineyards we’ll sample some of Croatia’s finest wines.
After dinner we’ll head for a cocktail on the beach.
Day 8: Sailing and Slano
On our last full day we’ll sail past Peljesac Peninsula. We’ll explore the town of Trstenik. We’ll also head down the Mljet Strait, home to 14 islands and islets. In the evening, we’ll wine and dine at Slano.
Day 9: Departure
After breakfast we’ll take a boat back to Dubrovnik and you’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight.
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