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    For wine explorers who enjoy sailing, it's time to discover the Croatian Adriatic. Beyond crystal clear waters, unspoilt coves, and World Heritage cities, here in Dalmatia is the world's only wine region where you can actually sail the vines - explore stunning vineyards and wines under sail.

    Program: Split – Šolta – Brač – Hvar – Pakleni Islands – Vis – Hvar - Split


    Guaranteed departure: 18-25.07.2015  

    Itinerary day by day:

    Day 1: Saturday  ŠOLTA
    Check in after 14:00 in Split and sailing to island Šolta that is only 10 miles from Split, but it could be on a different planet; it is modest, peaceful, underdeveloped, barely populated, unspoilt thus far. Serene Dalmatian islands can escape attention for only so long, however.

    At one end of the island, the fishing village of Maslinica has had its outlook changed by a millionaire makeover of its marina 
    and  castle (now an ultra-expensive hotel).
    At the other end, on a hilltop, something of rarer cultural significance. In the limestone village of Gornje Selo, a pioneer  winemaker called Vicko Kastelanac has shifted his attention from fine olive oils to even finer heritage wines.
    For this is the godfather of Dobricic, the varietal parent - alongside Crljenak ("Original Zin") - of Dalmatia's most bought wine, Plavac Mali. Where Vicko leads, others will follow and Solta may have its prosperity, yet still its peace. Tasting and dinner in Kaštelanac vinery. Overnight.

    Day 2: Sunday   ISLANDS BRAČ & HVAR

    Moorning in Stomarska, Šolta. Breakfast on board. Sailing to Starigrad on Hvar island. Stop on Bol on Brač island for swiming - fakultative tasting at Jako-Vino in Bol.
    Brač is the largest island in the region of Dalmatia and third largest in Adriatic. Because of its unspeakable beauty and so much things to offer, this island should be pronounced as the unique cultural, historical  and natural park.

    Sailing in front of the breathtaking beach Zlatni rat,  paragliding from Vidova gora – the tallest hill of all islands in Adriatic Sea, relaxing  with world famous cheese from Brač, lamb, seafood, and  famous wine  Bolski plavac. All this makes this island a truelly pearl of Croatia tourism and unavoidable point of all  sailors in Adriatic.

    The island Hvar is among the ten most beautiful islands in the world. Towns Hvar, Stari Grad and Jelsa are main island centers which due to their proportional architecture and due to the fact that they are located by the sea have become tourist destinations, known across the globe...Continue to Starigrad.

    Stari Grad Plain (Starogradsko polje), is the best preserved unchanged ancient Greek cadastre in the Mediterranean which is why since 2008 the seventh Croatian site that is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

    On one side, luxury hotels, beach clubs and modern beaches, and on another architectural perfection, rural places  like Žuvela, offering relaxed atmosphere with home grown wines, local cuisine and music makes Hvar so special and beautiful. Dinner at Žuvela. Overinght in old town Hvar.

    Day 3: Monday   HVAR - PAKLENI  ISLANDS

    Breakfast on board and sailing to Pakleni islands, that are the most beautiful part of Hvar riviera, and possibly, without exeggeration the most beautiful part of Croatian riviera. Playful low wooden islands submerged in clear blue sea, with several beaches, resorts  beautiful deserted bays and countless hidden coves represents the Arcadia on your fingertips.

    For over a hundred years the Palmižana restaurant has been famous for serving fresh and healthy sea specialties. Nearly every yachtie sailing the Southern Adriatic comes back to enjoy the specialties of local cuisine and fine island wines at the Meneghello restaurants on Palmižana with their stunning settings looking over the bay.

    Overnight in Vinogradišće bay!

    Days 4: Tuesday  ISLAND VIS

    Breakfast on board. Sailing to Island Vis with stop for swimming in Stončica Bay.

    History  has not nurtured Vis. Ledding it from well being of neglect. The consequences are visible in one : urban is not deformed, architecturally authentic and environmentally clean. The proof of this is a fact  that Vis is  listed among top ten such destinations  world wide. Also, there is a natural phenomen called Modra špilja (Blue Cave), where the light from the bottom of the sea reach through the undersea tunel  and fill the interior of this giant stoned seashell.
    Dinner in rural house Roki, Viško polje. Tasting lokal wines from Island Vis. Overnight on the buoys in Komiža Port.
    Day 5: Wednesday HVAR
    Breakfast on board. Sailing to towards Sv. Nedilja, Hvar.

      In family restaurant Plenković on island Hvar, the freshest seafood  is daily delivered to the restaurant by local fisherman. The restaurant has a pool where you can find live lobsters  that are chosen by the guests and then prepared by the very best Dalmatian recepies.  Also, there is a unique undersea winery where can be arranged winetasting with the view on the bottom of the sea.
    Dinner in famous restaurant of family Plenkovic. Overnight in the marine.

    Day 6: Thursday  HVAR

    Sailing to Hvar, ancient city of rich history. Many will say that it is a fairytale town - with its architecture, beautiful nature and mild climate.

    Today, it is a tourist center of the island and one of the favorite destinations in the Dalmatian Riviera - a town of smiling and courteous people, who are truelly dedicated to tourism. Generally, the island of Hvar is also the place with the highest number of sunny days in Croatia. Wine, olives and local specialties are reasons why so many tourists rather prefer local taverns instead of the luxurious restaurants.

    Sailing to port Hvar in the afternoon. Free time for dinner in one of the many taverns in Hvar. Overnight.

    Day 7: Friday  HVAR - SPLIT

    Breakfast on board!

    Sailing to starting Marine. Stop for swimming on Krknjaši lagoon, that is one of the unspoiled natural beauty of the area Drvenik near Split. On the outside, the bay is protected with islands. A beautiful pebble beaches and shallow sandy seabed is a true tropical paradise.
    Dinner on board. Overnight!

    Day 8: Saturday  SPLIT

    Breakfast on board! Check out at 8:00 with optional tour around Split, Kaštela, Primošten

    Split  is the second largest city of Croatia and the largest one of the region of Dalmatia. Their residents will always tell that Split is the most beautiful  and the sportiest city in the world.  In 1979, the historic center of Split, Diocletian’s palace was included into the UNESCO list of World heritage sites.
    Tourism is increasing very fast and the main reasons are, among it’s beauty,  historical and cultural heritage. Split also becomes very popular destination for youth because of numerous  festivals, like Ultra music festival.

    Price per person: 970 € (based on 6 pax per boat)

    Included in price:
    • Top class boat
    • Trained proffesional skipper
    • Trained hostess (1 per flotilla)
    • All moorings
    • Breakfast and snacks on board every day
    • 3 dinners and 4 tastings

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