Visit the best Croatian Islands in 7 days
Experience the most spectacular coastline the World has to offer as you explore tiny islands, secluded coves and swim in the sparkling blue of the Adriatic. Islands are separated no more than 15km – making the Croatian Adriatic sea ideal for sailing cruises and other activities on different islands. We will help you find the perfect cruise either as a couple or with your family and friends. We adapt to the number of people in your group, your budget, and your wishes for your cruise. No sailing experience is required, crew will take care of everything.
- Luxury Catamaran Lagoon 42 2017
- 8 people + professional licensed skipper
- Private cabin with sheets and towels, bathroom and toilet
- AC, generator, Wi-Fi, hot shower
- Free mooring buoy in Bol with private small pier
- Free course of Sailing, bicycles, SUP and Kite intro course (Bol, Brac)
- Best kitesurfing, hiking & party spots
- Snorkelling equipment & Subglider
- Gopro & optional drone footage
- Fast small boat perfect for activities (Highfield with 20HP)
- All taxes, insurance, boat equipment, GPS with nautical charts
- Food & drinks – We usually eat at best local restaurants where you will try Croatian specialties such as lobster, lamb, octopus, truffles… (around 20€ pp.)
- Flights and transfers to Split (We will arrange everything)
- Fuel and port fees (Around 100€ pp, usually even lower if the group likes sailing and not staying in the marina every day)
- PRIVATE ONLY - Comfort package: 300€ (final cleaning, liquid for dishes with sponge, bin bag, toilet paper, soap, table cloth, paper tissues, matches, bath shower and hair - shampoo (1 set per cabin), 5 L fuel for outboarder and outboard engine)
Private price + skipper
Price per person
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From 3900 to 7900
Active Cruises l.t.d., Hercegovačka 32, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Day 1, Boarding in Split
Get ready for an amazing trip
Once you land at the airport, transfer will be waiting to bring you to the Marina. When everyone is onboard you will set off for a short navigation in the direction of Bol on the island of Brač. Make the most of this time to meet the crew and get familiar with the catamaran. You will moor for the evening and overnight.
Day 2 & 3, Brač Bol & Murvica
Experience the most stunning beach in Croatia, Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape)
Afternoon relax party at the famous Auro Beach/Lounge Bar. Chill on the lazy bag, have a few drinks and swim in the crystal clear water. Explore the old town and visit the wine museum. Dance the night away at Varadero Cocktail Bar in the old town.
- Free kitesurfing introduction course suitable for anyone
- Short SUP to Zlatni Rat, Dive, Swim
- Hike or bike the highest island top of all others in the Adriatic sea with its height of 778 meters.
- Relax in beach club Auro, sip morning coffee in Bolero or party in Varadero
Day 4, Hvar & Palmižana
Unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage.
The summer party capital. Climb up to the fortress for a stunning view of the old town and the surrounding islands. Check out top party spots like Hula Hula Beach Bar, Kiva Bar and then party till the sun comes up at the world famous island club.
Hvar, a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, is best known as a summer resort. Highlights of the port town Hvar include its 13th-century walls, a hilltop fortress and a main square anchored by the Renaissance-era Hvar Cathedral. The island also features beaches like Dubovica and inland lavender fields.
- Hike to Hvar Fortress
- Discover the Island of Wine
- Discover the Culture of the World’s Only Island with 4 UNESCO Heritages
- Amazing nightlife & great restaurants
- Relax in Laganini beach bar
Day 5, Pakleni & Vis
Visit the crystal-clear waters, hidden beaches and deserted lagoons of the Pakleni Islands (Pakleni Otoci).
Hell Islands are the prettiest part of Hvar’s, if not the of whole Croatian riviera. A playful chain of woody isles, dipped in a clear, azure sea, a few resorts and swimming areas, and a number of little, hidden away beaches, stone terraces facing sun, and beautiful deserted lagoons make, as someone said, “An Arcadia in grasp of the palm.
Rich in incredible history, the old town of Vis is filled with top quality restaurants, boutique shops and cafes. Formerly a military island, Vis is loaded with places to explore including an old army wine bunker. For the night, we are taking you to Fort George, built in 1813. Once an old British outpost, now it is the home to one of our best parties of the week.
- Sunset downwind Kitesurfing
- Sightseeing & Snorkelling
- Lunch at Pakleni
- Visit the Stiniva Cove
- Visit the Green Cave
Day 6, Komiza
Explore the untouched fisherman’s village.
Komiža – an old fishing town with a long tourist tradition is situated in a bay on the northwest side of the island Vis. It is included in a list of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as one of the 10 most recent heavenly oases in the Mediterranean. A small town with big-hearted people who will gladly sit next to you on a dock and share stories of their rich cultural heritage.
If you’re tired of civilization and hectic lifestyle, Komiža will provide you with the vacation of your dreams. While walking the stone streets of old town, the smells of grilled fish and herbs will delight you.
- Visit the fisherman’s Village
- Explore Komiza
- Dive or snorkel in the beautiful sea
- Relax in the beach bar as your cruise is coming to an end
Day 7, back to Split
Enjoy a leisurely sail on the way back to the marina, with a stop at a breathtaking clear water lagoon.
With its seafront cafés and ancient alleyways, shouting stallholders and travellers on the move, bustling, exuberant SPLIT is one of the Mediterranean’s most compelling cities. It has a unique historical heritage too, having grown out of the palace built here by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in 295AD. The palace remains the city’s central ingredient, having been gradually transformed into a warren of houses, tenements, churches and chapels by the various peoples who came to live here after Diocletian’s successors had departed. Lying beyond the Roman/medieval tangle of central Split lie suburban streets full of palms and exotic plants, followed by stately rows of socialist-era housing blocks that look like something out of a modernist architectural stylebook.
Nearly everything worth seeing in Split is concentrated in the compact Old Town behind the waterfront Riva, made up in part of the various remains and conversions of Diocletian’s Palace itself, and the medieval additions to the west of it. You can walk across this area in about ten minutes, although it would take a lifetime to explore all its nooks and crannies.
- Visit the Diocletian’s Palace
- Wine tasting at Putaly Winery
- Explore the Old Split
- Walk down the famous Split’s riva
- It is you last night – So eat at some fancy place or party till sunrise