Gulet Cruise Croatia: Split to Dubrovnik Route

Destination : Split Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days Departs From : Split Port

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SPLIT is the largest and most important Dalmatian city, the second-largest urban centre in Croatia. Split is also one of the oldest cities in the area, and is traditionally considered just over 1,700 years old. However, recent archaeological research relating to the ancient Greek colony of Aspálathos (6th century BC) establishes the city as being several hundred years older. UNESCO protected Diocletian Palace in Split was built between the late 3rd and the early 4th century A.D by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. He built the Palace in a large bay on the southern side of the peninsula, close to his birth place Salona. Today the Palace is still home to many residents and to major historical buildings. Architectural historians consider it one of the best preserved late Roman villas, but also cherish the elements of the medieval city as well as the layers of the subsequent historical styles found in the eclectic makeup of the Split city core. The peristyle of the palace, Diocletian’s mausoleum, Jupiter’s temple, the colonnades along the streets, Early Croatian churches, Romanesque houses, the gates of Andrija Buvina and architectural works by Juraj Dalmatinac have remained in a good state.



Milna is a village on the western side of island of Brac.Typical small island village with Mediterranean charm and atmosphere. The village is settled in 16th century, by sheppards. Nowadays very popular nautical resort, known by good authentic Dalmatian restaurants.



Hvar, It is situated in picturesque nature, facing the southern, side of the world that has given it all Mediterranean attraction and cheerfulness; facing sea, that gave it splendid and repeatable history, Hvar is an inexhaustible treasury of the scenery, atmosphere and adventure. Its name derives from the Greek name for island and town, that stood where today Stari Grad (Hvar became an island’s centre in 13th century) stands – PHAROS. Hvar gained glory and power during middle ages being an important port within the Venetian, naval empire. Today, it is centre of island’s tourism and one of the favourite destinations in Dalmatian riviera – a town of smiling and courteous people, who are almost only dedicated to tourism. Best restaurants: Hanibal, Macondo Beaches: Zdrilca 43 09,65N–016 25,04E Tour guide for the City is highly recomended Night life: Carpe Diem.



Vis is divided between two beautiful small towns at the foot of two large bays: Vis Town, in the northeast; and Komiza, in the southwest. There is friendly rivalry between the two – Vis Town is historically associated with the upper-class nobility while Komiza is proud of its working-class fishing heritage and pirate tales. The rugged coast around the island is dotted with gorgeous coves, caves and a couple of sand beaches. The island’s remnants of antiquity, displayed in the Archaeological Museum and elsewhere around Vis Town, offer a fascinating insight into the complex character of this tiny island, which has become a destination for in-the-know travellers.



Korcula Town, on the island’s north-east corner, has been dubbed Little Dubrovnik as its Medieval city walls and terracotta-roofed buildings are a carbon copy of the so-called ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’. But Korcula refuses to hang on Dubrovnik’s coattails. It lines up major sights like the Marco Polo museum and St Mark’s cathedral. And it scores big when it comes to artisanal shops and family-run seafood restaurants spread across its tangle of narrow marble alleyways.



Mljet is the first larger island one come upon while sailing the Croatian Adriatic from the direction from south to north. It is Croatia’s greenest island with its 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. Mljet is indeed s unspoilt island that is covered by a dense Mediterranean forest. Mljet is also well known for it’s two salted lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero that are located at the North end of the island. On small island in the middle of Veliko Jezero lake, there is old Benedictine monastery. Beside beach Saplunara (on the south of the island), Veliko and Malo Jezero are favorite swimming spots for locals and visitors alike. North – west part of the island of Mljet is also one of Croatian National Parks, and is therefore, one of the favorite destinations for travellers.



The largest of the Elaphite islands in the archipelago, with quiet bays, beaches, green cypress groves, lemon and orange trees, numerous old buildings, small churches, summer residences of the noblemen and common citizens spread all over the grove-covered hills, with a long history full of stories and legends, it is one of the jewels of the Dubrovnik area.



The city of a unique political and cultural history (the Dubrovnik Republic, the Statute from 1272), of world-famous cultural heritage and beauty (inscribed on the List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO) – is one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean. Apart from its outstanding natural beauties and well-preserved cultural and historical heritage, Dubrovnik also offers high-quality visitor opportunities. There are many beautiful places all over the world. The inhabitants of Dubrovnik believe that theirs is the most beautiful one. Nature has been merciful and has showered it with many beauties usually celebrated in poetry. The warm southern climate, the clear blue sky, the clear turquoisegreen and dark blue depths of the sea along the rocky coast abounding in numerous gulfs and bays, sandy beaches and steep cliffs covered with rich Mediterranean and subtropical flora. Its unsurpassed beauty, rapturous and enchanting, a beauty nowhere to be found but in Dubrovnik.


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