5 Days


Dubrovnik - Lopud

A fortified city built on a rock, Dubrovnik, first developed as a fishing settlement Ragusium. With its city walls and towers, it has enchanted visitors for centuries, whether they arrived by sea, by land or by air. We will initially set sails to Lopud, an island in the Elaphiti archipelago northwest of Dubrovnik. The island is famous for its water springs and lush and diverse vegetation. The bay of Šunj with its clear water, white sand and crescent shape makes an idyllic spot for swimmers. In the vicinity is a garden which houses exotic plants from the whole world. Since the island has been inhabited only recently, intact ruins of ancient settlements can still be found.


Lopud - Pomena

Early in the morning, we will immediately sail towards Pomena, a small harbor on the west coast of the Mljet island which, according to a legend, is the mythical Ogygia of Odysseus. Only a small number of people inhabits the island, working as farmers, fishermen and in tourism. The western part of the island has been proclaimed a national park. There are two lakes in this area, Veliko and Malo jezero. In Veliko jezero, there is a small island of Sveta Marija on which Benedictine monks built a monastery in the 12th century. With the welcoming shadows of a pine forest, the song of crickets and unforgettable sunsets, we will wait for the evening.


Pomena - Korčula

The sailing yacht will bring us to Korčula which is, without a doubt, among the most attractive islands of the Mediterranean, and not only because of its natural beauty and indented coastline. Approaching the town of Korčula (claimed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo) allows for a spectacular sight from the sea. Aside from the many cultural/historical attractions, the island is known for the traditional sword dance Moreška in which the Black and the White King fight for the favor of the Lady.


Korčula - Koločep

The island of Šipan, northwest of the city, was a popular place for resting and relaxation in ancient times. Fertile land, Mediterranean vegetation and numerous coves attracted wealthy people from Dubrovnik to build their summer houses here. The small island of Koločep is mentioned in the 1272 Statute of the Town of Dubrovnik. Many nature lovers continue to admire it by visiting the wonderful sand beach in Donje Čelo. The amenities of the civilization and the charm of untouched nature are combined on the island, making it an ideal place for a holiday.


Koločep - Dubrovnik

Early departure and disembarkation in Dubrovnik.