NATURIST CRUISES IN CROATIA FROM SPLIT
Saturday: SPLIT - OMIS/PUCISCA
Departure from Split at 13:00. Cruising along the Dalmatian coast with lunch on board and a swim break. Depending on weather conditions, you continue your cruise to the town of Omis or Pucisca on the island of Brac. Omis is a picturesque town surrounded by steep rocky mountain cliffs, where the river Cetina flows into the Adriatic Sea. Here you can try river rafting or zipline on the streams of the Cetina River, climb on the old fortress above the town, play volleyball on the beach or just take a walk through the old town and discover the town's long and glorious history through the many monuments. Pucisca is typical Mediterranean place, situated on the northern side of the island of Brac. It is the source of the world famous stone of Brac, and here you can find one of few remaining stonemasonry workshops in Europe. Possibility of visiting this stonemasonry workshop. In Pucisca you can enjoy swimming in the crystal clear sea, beautiful nature, as well as delicious food, wine and olive oil.
Sunday: OMIS/PUCISCA - KORCULA
After a morning swim in the sea, you cruise toward Korcula - the birthplace of Marco Polo. Lunch on board will be served either at the tip of the Peljesac peninsula (near Loviste) or in the quiet bay of Kneza on Korcula. Arrival in Korcula in the afternoon where each person can do their own sightseeing. According to legend, Korcula was founded by Trojan hero Anthenor in the 12th century BC. On this island you can find more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. For the evening hours, we recommend you visit one of numerous konobas of Korcula or enjoy the bars. Overnight in port.
Monday: KORCULA - LASTOVO
As a prelude to more cruising, we suggest a short walk through the open market in Korcula where you can buy fresh fruit to enjoy during the day. Continue your cruise towards Lastovo, the furthest inhabited island from Dalmatia, the Romans called it the Imperial Island. Docked in the port of Ubli, you have the opportunity to visit the protected nature park or enjoy a walk through the alleys of the old town. Lastovo is surrounded by many smaller islands, with plenty of bays for snorkeling, but is also known for its churches and unusual chimneys.
Tuesday: LASTOVO - RAVNIK (GREEN CAVE) - KOMIZA/VIS
Early in the morning you depart for the Island of Vis, which was closed to tourists for many years. Due to its unique geographical location, Vis was a strategic harbour for the navy. Because of this isolation, Vis has a special charm of the 'Mediterranean as it once was' which makes it really interesting. Near Vis, there is a small island called Ravnik, where you will find the Green Cave, named after the unusual light that reflects in the sea from the hole on top. If you are willing, you can take a swim. Depending on the weather conditions, you sail further to the town of Komiza or Vis for your overnight stay. Komiza is a typical Mediterranean town on the west of the island, where the fishery of the eastern part of the Adriatic coast was born. Enjoy a walk through the tight alleys and rich heritage, or maybe on one of the pebble beaches with fresh water springs that stretch along the whole eastern side of Komiza bay. The town of Vis is situated on the northern side of the island, and it was developed near the remains of ancient Issa, the first urban centre in Croatia, founded by the Greeks in the 4th century BC. If you are interested, you can visit the Roman remains, the museum or take a walk enjoying the view of the beautiful villae rusticae situated along the coast.
Wednesday: KOMIZA/VIS - BISEVO (BLUE CAVE) - STARIGRAD
Early in the morning you sail towards the little island of Bisevo to visit the Blue Cave, a beautiful natural phenomenon. As weather conditions can be very unpredictable, the possibility of your visit will depend on the conditions, however you will be notified about this by your captain/crew. After a short visit to the town of Komiza or Vis (the one in which we didn't spend the previous night), we continue our trip towards Starigrad on the island of Hvar, which is the sunniest Adriatic island. You have a free afternoon to explore this unique town, whose fields, as the oldest in Croatia and the best preserved ancient Greek division of land in the whole Mediterranean, together with the town centre, form a World Heritage Site protected by UNESCO.
Thursday: STARIGRAD - BOL
After breakfast you travel towards the beautiful island of Brac and the famous town of Bol. Swimming is planned at one of the most famous beaches in Dalmatia - Zlatni Rat near Bol (the Golden Horn - its gravel promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly change in shape). Bol is a typical fisherman's town, turned into a popular tourist destination. Here you spend the night and have the opportunity to enjoy excellent fresh fish and other delicacies of this unique island.
Friday: BOL - SPLIT
The last day is spent mostly swimming in different bays around the island of Brac. In the late afternoon, you arrive back in Split, the second largest Croatian town and the capital of the region of Dalmatia. Split is a city under UNESCO protection and its historical and cultural monuments belong not only to its inhabitants, but also to everyone who wants to capture a piece of its 1,000 year old beauty. We offer you the possibility of joining our guided tour of the old city centre (Diocletian's palace) with an English speaking guide.
Early breakfast after which it is time to say goodbye to the crew and all your new friends.