Trogir - Hvar - Lastovo - Dubrovnik

day 1 : Trogir – Maslinica (Šolta)

Maslinica is most famous for its pine forests, hidden rocky beaches and the 18th century castle that used to belong to noble family of Marchi.

day 2 : Maslinica – Milna, Brač

Milna is a wonderful island of baroque architecture and the best natural harbor nearby which used to shelter the fleet of emperor Diocletian.

day 3 : Milna – Palmižana, Hvar

Palmižana is the most famous Hvar destination with a nautical marina. The island is home to plants like rosemary and heather. There are other exotic plants on the island, but, we’ll leave that discovery for you.

day 4 : Palmižana – Komiža

Komiža is an island with proud fisherman history and home to the only Fisherman’s Museum in Croatia. 

day 5 : Komiža – Biševo – Ravnik – Vela Luka (Korčula)

Biševo hides the sea caves that will take your breath away. Modra špilja and Medvidina špilja look as if they are from another world - a real treat for the divers and sea explorers. 

Green cave is what you must see when visiting Ravnik. During the day, sun shines through the small hole and mixing with the blue ocean hue colors the whole cave green.

Vela Luka has strong cultural influence throughout plenty historical period. The Cultural Centre is in a Baroque building and the old Kastel summer house has a fine prehistoric archaeological collection from the nearby Neolithic site Vele spilje and Roman localities.

day 6 : Vela Luka – Lastovo (Zaklopatica)

Zaklopatica bay is one of the best kept secret. Villas and houses encircle the bay creating a wonderful welcoming feeling, as if the bay welcomes you with open arms.

day 7 : Lastovo – Mljet (Polače)

Polače got their name from a roman palace built by an exiled Roman who later refused to return to Rome, naming the village “their own little empire” and sending the emperor an aleppo pine branch with a bird’s nest and seashell. Or so the legend says...

day 8 : Polače, NP Mljet – Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is already well known and definitely the most popular tourist location on whole of Croatia’s coast. Take a stroll down Stradun and enjoy the glamour of Dubrovnik.

day 9 : Dubrovnik – Mljet (Okuklje)

Okuklje are a beautiful small bay and a wonderful safe haven for sailors. One can even go hiking on the hills around the bay.

day 10 : Okuklje – Korčula, city

Korčula is home to many legends. According to one, Korčula was founded by Trojan hero Antenor in the 12th century. According to another, Marco Polo was born there. This island will never stop intriguing visitors and inhabitants.

day 11 : Korčula – Jelsa

Jelsa is first mentioned in 14th century when if was named after the alder trees (jalša or Joha in Croatian). Alder trees grew in the swamp near the harbor, but in 19th century the swamp was dried and as a result, alder trees disappeared from the island.

day 12 : Jelsa – Lučice bay (Brač)

Lučice cove is an amazing diving experience because it has five endings in which you can always find a decent shelter from the wind. With its see-through sea, Lučice bay is must-visit.

day 13 : Lučice bay (Brač) – Krknjaši bay

Krknjaši bay, or Blue Lagoon, has an unbelievable hue of crystal clear water which make it unique experience, resembling the most distant tropical paradises.

day 14 : Krknjaši bay - Trogir

Trogir was founded in 3rd century by Greek colonists and has a high concentration of palaces, towers, fortifications and churches. The city is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe.

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