Check in – Split
Day 1 – Supetar, Brač
You start your day in Split were you proceed with the check in and after that you are headed to Supetar on the island of Brač. Supetar is the largest town on the island. The harbour is an attractive place for a stroll and is backed by a small network of medieval streets lined with local cafes and small shops.
For lunch, we recommend tavern Vinotoka.
Tavern Vinotoka offers a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes, that are made with the care by their excellent chefs. They also offer Mediterranean food.
Day 2 – Vis town
In many ways, Vis is the most fascinating of all the Croatian islands. This is mainly due to the fact that the island was entirely closed to foreigners in the days of Yugoslavia (as it was used as a naval base), only being opened to visitors in 1989.
You will be astonished by the look of this island, also the people and food.
At reastaurant Pojoda you can try some of the most delicious homemade dalmatian sea food.
Day 3 – Komiža, Vis
From Komiža you can visit Blue and Green cave, two of our most beautiful natural phenomenoms.
Not only is the Blue Cave one of the unique natural phenomena in the world, but this bright and beryl attraction on Biševo island is destined to be the highlight of your Croatian holiday. The magnificent work of Mother Nature, this cerulean oasis is so unique because it is formed due to seawater eroding limestone, a rock Biševo island is wholly composed of. Thanks to the sunlight’s reflection off of the white seabed, which creeps through the opening of a vault at the top of the cave, a mesmerizing blue hue fills its capacity.
For eating, we recommend tavern Jastožera. (Jastog means lobster in Croatian, so that is how this reastaurant got it’s name).
Located south of a fortress that was built at the end of the 15th century, connecting two cliffs and creating a natural open air sea pool for breeding lobsters – it was established in 1883 and since has been owned by the Komižan family Marinkovic – Mestrezane.
Tavern is offering living lobsters to prepare them according to your taste, they use organic ingredients. They also offer the finest selection of wild caught fish as well as the finest quality meat.
Day 4 – Hvar town
Hvar is the most famous of all Croatian islands. It is best known for its turquoise waters, lavender fields, 2.800 hours of sunshine a year, good nightlife, and as a summer refuge for the rich and famous.
Restaurant Gariful is the “it” place you can taste delicious dalmatian cuisine.
Gariful is situated at the very waterfront of the town of Hvar, where the most luxurious yachts in the world are aligned next to each other. Thanks to its excellent position, exceptional specialities and a rich wine card, every guest can enjoy the stunning view, great atmosphere and the unique gastronomic pleasures in this restaurant.
Pakleni islands are one of the most beautiful island chains in the world. They consist of 21 islands, islets, reefs and narrow passages.
Regarding the food we highly recommend lunch at Antonio Patak. The restaurant is famous for excellent tasty dishes made from fresh fish caught the same day. We would like to point out the well known broth from Hvar, with magnificent lobster, prepared with local fish and potatoes.
Day 5 – Stari Grad, Hvar
Stari Grad (Pharos) is the oldest town in Croatia. The town is situated in a landscape where the blue of the deep bay touches the green of the wide an famous field of Pharos, with vineyards and olive-groves. This ancient city’s parts belongs to UNESCO World Heritage.
If you would like to try some excellent food, the best place to do that is at “Kod barba Luke”.
Kod barba Luke is a family friendly restaurant situated in Stari Grad, located at the famous Hektorović city square, restaurant is run by Roić family since 1970. It is a part of a family house built of stone in 1643. They offer typical Mediterranean and European cuisine. Their specialties are made with home produced olive oil and daily fresh seafood catch by local fisherman for the full experience of traditional Dalmatian food.
Day 6 – Povlja, Brač
Povlja is a small village located in a deep natural harbour. There are a couple of restaurants with superb local cuisine. Tavern Rojen is our favourite one and we highly recommend it. There you can taste exquisite dalmatian homemade seafood.
Heading back to Split in the late afternoon hours.
Day 7 – Split
On your last charter day (Saturday) you have to check out latest by 9:00am in Split.