Set Sail in Croatia
Sail among Croatian islands in style!
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Group Size: Max 26
Trip code: ESCDDD
Duration: 8 days
Spend 8 days on an incredible sailing adventure in Croatia. This amazing round-trip from the amazing city of Dubrovnik is the ideal way to explore the hidden gems of the Adriatic Sea. Cruise along the Croatian coast and hop off on idyllic, unspoilt islands as you head off the beaten track in Croatia. See amazing sights, culture and natural wonders en route, visit the stunning city of Split and discover the magical historic walled city of Dubrovnik on this 8-day sailing experience.
- Have a week of adventures in Europe as you hop on a sailing ship along the Croatian coast, travelling on a round-trip route from stunning Dubrovnik
- Live on board a boat and make new friends on board as you have fun sailing the Adriatic Sea
- Have fun in Hvar, hang out on the island of Korcula and hop on a bike or scooter and explore the peaceful island of Mljet
- Visit the ancient town of Split and explore every corner of this Croatian gem
- Discover the delights of ancient Dubrovnik and be won over by this most beautiful of European cities
Day 1: Dubrovnik to Mljet. Set sail early from Dubrovnik bound for the peaceful island of Mljet, where you can explore the island at your leisure.
Day 2: Makarska. Set sail for the gorgeous Makarska Riviera today, where you can seek out the famous library and party pirate-style!
Day 3: Split. Spend some time in beautiful Split and discover more wonderful corners of Croatia.
Day 4: Hvar. Stop off on the Adriatic’s longest island, Hvar. This popular destination offers culture, history, beaches, bars and nightlife and is a relaxed and fun destination.
Day 5: Korcula. Sample another slice of paradise today on the island of Korcula. Enjoy a leisurely day of sailing and swimming stops, before reaching Korcula Town where you can visit the former home of the adventurous Marco Polo.
Day 6: Sipan. Explore this gorgeous island of beautiful beaches, lush forests and stunning sea views.
Day 7: Dubrovnik. Sail back into the magical walled city of Dubrovnik today and find out for yourself why the Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw once said; “Those who seek paradise on Earth, should come to Dubrovnik”!
Day 8: Dubrovnik. Your Croatian Sailing experience ends today. Spend a final few hours in Dubrovnik before heading home or onwards to explore more of Europe!
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Your trip starts in Dubrovnik at 11am on day one, for this reason we recommend you fly in the day before the trip starts. The sailing tour is a round trip and it ends back in Dubrovnik at around 9am on day 8.
7 nights of accommodation on motorised sailing boats is included as part of this programme. Accommodation is in comfortable twin-share bunk cabins, with shared en-suite bathroom facilities. If you are a solo traveller, you will always be sharing a twin room with someone of the same sex. Please note that on most boats the shower head extends from the tap attached to the sink.
As there is limited space on the boat we suggest you bring a small bag rather than a large suitcase. Cabins do not have air-conditioning but most have air-conditioning units in the hallway.
7 breakfasts and 7 lunches are included as part of this sailing tour. On your trip all breakfasts and lunches are included on the boat (except breakfast on the first day and lunch on the last day). There will be plenty of local restaurants at your overnight stop-off points where you can try some tasty evening meals on the other nights.
Daily bottled water is included, as well as afternoon tea, coffee and snacks. Yum!
Minimum age to participate in this programme is 18. Average age of most participants is 18-39.
Please make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after the last day of your trip. Some countries will refuse entry if there is not at least 6 months validity on your passport after your departure date from their country. Depending on your nationality, you may require a visa to enter certain countries. It is your responsibility to obtain these prior to the departure of the trip. Please note if you are a British passport holder you do not need any visas to visit Europe.