Round Way Gulet Cruise from Split to Split - Gulet Cruise

1. Day 1, Saturday: DEPARTURE - MILNA, BRAČ

At 5 PM, you will have time to check in, get comfortable in your cabin, and have a relaxing drink.

We will depart for Milna once everyone has settled in, and you will be served dinner on the boat. There are many sightseeing options and activities available before you return to the boat for the night.

 

 

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2. Day 2, Sunday: MILNA, BRAČ - VIS

Breakfast will be served before we leave for the island of Vis, which is part of the Dalmatian archipelago. You will find a rich culture and many natural sights there.

The island boasts of its wine, which you'll find in restaurants and cellars throughout the island. During the communist regime, Vis (known as one of the “forbidden islands” during the time) was closed to any tourism and hosted a lot of the Yugoslavian navy.

You can find remnants of this by visiting the various secret tunnels that still exist there, some of which are still open to the public.

 

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3. Day 3, Monday: VIS - HVAR

After breakfast, we head for the “Hell Islands,” also known as the Pakleni Islands. The origin of the name comes from “Paklina,” which is the name for the pitch that was used to coat the navy’s boats. However, it later transformed into “Pakleni,” which means “Hell.” These islands are naturally stunning, not at all hellish.

We’ll have lunch on the boat as we reach the town of Hvar, and you’ll have the option of heading over either after lunch or later on in the evening. Hvar is filled with a vibrant nightlife, haute cuisine, and cultural sights. You can either enjoy the modern, boisterous nights here partying, or simply relax and leisurely tour the area.

Hvar’s history goes back to the Iron Age, and you’ll be able to explore all the prehistoric ruins that remain.

 

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4. Day 4, Tuesday: HVAR - KORČULA

Korčula is known for being the birthplace of Marco Polo. You’ll see a lot of influence of him throughout the town, including a dedicated museum.

You can enjoy a lot of the history and modern businesses that the town offers.

 

 

 

 

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5. Day 5, Wednesday: KORČULA - LOVIŠTE, PELJEŠAC

As we eat breakfast, we’ll be heading towards Pelješac. There is nothing else planned for the afternoon, so this is free time that you can use to relax or sightsee in the peninsula. You’ll be served traditional Dalmatian food for dinner before heading to bed in Lovište, a small harbor town on the peninsula.

Pelješac is a perfect tourist area, as there are several other connecting resort towns all throughout it (Kućišta, Ston, and Viganj). The peninsula gets sunlight 3,000 hours yearlong, meaning it’s always warm and lively. 

6. Day 6, Thursday: PELJEŠAC - JELSA, HVAR

We will stop back to Hvar, which is where Jelsa is located, after breakfast. There, you’ll have some time to relax before lunch. After enjoying your onboard meal, we’ll reach Jelsa by evening, where you’ll have more free time to spend. Jelsa is a harbor town located in north Hvar, separated into Vela Banda (south) and Mala Banda (north). The town is also surrounded by two peaks. 

7. Day 7, Friday: JELSA, HVAR - BOL, BRAČ - ŠOLTA

Breakfast is served as we sail towards Bol. This town is located on the south edge of Brač, and is home to one of the Adriatic’s most beautiful gravel beaches. The sand on this beach, known as Zlatni Rat, changes its white color and shape over time because of changing winds and currents. Next to the beach is a pine forest that surrounds the ruins of a Roman-style Villa Rustica. We’ll head back to the boat afterwards and enjoy lunch as we sail towards Šolta. 

8. Day 8, Saturday: ŠOLTA - SPLIT

You will have your last breakfast with us on the boat as we cruise towards Split, before you say your goodbyes to the ship crew. Check out is at 9 AM. You can spend the remainder of the time by sightseeing in Split, with its rich history and culture, and maybe grab something to eat in one of the restaurants. When you’re there, make sure you visit Diocletian’s Palace, a summer home built for the Roman emperor back in the 3rd century. The palace has been transformed into an administrative center for the entire Dalmatian County, and it remains the 2nd largest in the country. We truly hope you were able to have a great time in these wonderfully-preserved towns during your luxury cruise!