Day 1 – Hvar island
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 on the sunniest island of the Croatian coast, 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 2 – Korčula
Rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages, and harbouring a glorious old town, the island of Korčula is the sixth-largest Adriatic island, stretching nearly 47km in length. Dense pine forests led the original Greek settlers to call the island Korkyra Melaina (Black Corfu). Quiet coves and small sandy beaches dot the steep southern coast while the northern shore is flatter and more pebbly.
Tavern Škafetin is an amazing restaurant that can offer you delicious and fresh dalmatian dishes.
Day 3 – Vrnik
Vrnik is a tiny inhabited island in the Korčula archipelago. It is well known for its deep stone quarries dating back from Roman times. Vrnik is worth to go and visit during the day as it has a lot of secluded small swimming spots where water is so blue and clear as well as a lot of pine trees on the eastern side of the island, where one can enjoy the shade on the hot summer days.
The restaurant where you can try the best food on the island is Vrnik Arts Club. On their menu you can find classic Mediterranean dishes made in modern way.
After lunch you can visit some of the bays located in Velika and Mala Stupa where you can go swimming and enjoying in the sun. It’s pretty much raw nature and nothing else so it is ideal for people who want to enjoy the nature.
Day 4 – Mljet
Mljet is Croatia’s greenest island, rich with Mediterranean vegetation, clear and clean sea, gentle sandy shoreline and a wealth of underwater sea life. The island is conisdered to be one of the most beautiful of the Croatian islands too.
Mljet is well known for its white and red wine, olives and goat’s cheese. It is indeed an unspoilt island covered by a dense Mediterranean forest. The sea around here is rich in fish and marine life. The island is also well known for its two salted lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero that are located at the north end of the island.
Restaurant Pomena is the perfect place to enjoy your lunch, with a rich choice of fish and homemade specialties, local wine and brandy, goat cheese in olive oil and other delicious meals. Interesting fact about this place is that owner itself catches fresh fish sou you can be sure that your meal won’t disappoint you.
Day 5 – Pelješac
The Peljesac Peninsula is the largest peninsula in Dalmatia. Relatively underpopulated, the peninsula faces popular Korcula Island. Pelješac retains a thriving agricultural business especially in winemaking. Dingac and Postup wine from Peljesac are appreciated throughout not only Croatia, but the rest of the world.
Croatian seafood restaurant we recommend is gastro Mare Kobaš. There you canm always find fresh fish and local vegetables which are prepared infront of the guests in open kitchen.
Day 6 – Šipan & Lopud
Šipan Island is the largest of the Elaphiti Islands. It is a perfect place to. It is famous for its olive trees and vineyards, so make sure to try traditional food and local wines.
For lunch, we recommend restaurant Bowa where you can try amazingly prepared fresh fish and other Dalmatian dishes.
After lunch, we can go on Lopud’s island most beautiful bay named Sunj. Lopud Island is famous for having the one of the best beaches in the Dubrovnik region. Sunj beach is certainly the best beach in the Elafiti Islands. It’s composed of fine, white sand (extremely rare in Croatia) and is backed by lush, green hills.
Note: Disembarkation must be on 6th day of the charter because the yacht must be returned to base (Split) for Saturday’s check-in