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Cruise Croatia | 7 days | Yachting between islands and heritage towns


Yachting between the islands and the heritage towns of Croatia with Voyages d'exception from €3,490. Embark with Voyages d'exception for a cruise aboard a privatized yacht to the islands and archipelagos of the Dalmatian coast. Departing from Dubrovnik, the city of Baroque buildings, ramparts and undeniable charm testifying to a glorious past, this cruise will allow you to discover a remarkable cultural and architectural heritage and breathtaking landscapes. It will take you to the charming medie

Embark with Voyages d'exception for a cruise aboard a privatized yacht to the islands and archipelagos of the Dalmatian coast.

Departing from Dubrovnik, the city of Baroque buildings, ramparts and undeniable charm testifying to a glorious past, this cruise will allow you to discover a remarkable cultural and architectural heritage and breathtaking landscapes.

It will take you to the charming medieval city of Korcula, that of Split and its Diocletian palace, but also, Hvar, and its millennial history.

You will be able to discover unspoiled nature throughout your trip, traveling through its national parks, its splendid beaches, its secret coves, its crystal clear waters, in the shade of thousands of pines and olive trees, covering its paradisiacal islands.

Trip price

Take advantage of a reduction of -€200 on your cruise in Croatia and leave from €3490 instead of €3690.

Travel dates

Friday April 28 to Sunday May 7, 2023

Sunday 7 to Tuesday 16 May 2023


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Day 1 -

City of departure* / Dubrovnik: Depending on your city of departure, you will meet your team at the airport or upon your arrival in Croatia.

You will fly direct or with a stopover to Dubrovnik.

On arrival you will be transferred to your yacht and the team will be introduced to you over a welcome drink before dining and spending your first night on board.

* The fixed prices published in the Rates and Conditions leaflet depend on your country and city of departure (France or Abroad).

Depending on the flight plans that will be offered, your departure and/or your return from Geneva could be done early for the outward journey and delayed for the return, the price would then be readjusted.

If you are leaving from another city, we can offer you a routing solution at an additional cost (contact us).

Day 2 –

Dubrovnik / Suđurađ (island of Šipan): Your morning will again be the opportunity to discover Dubrovnik.

Perched on a rock, surrounded by high ramparts, the former republic of Ragusa is considered one of the jewels of the world's architectural heritage.

Its imposing walls, its majestic entrance gates, its cobbled streets, its lively terraces, its churches, its cloisters... You will certainly be seduced by the city and its surroundings.

Then in the middle of the afternoon your ship will begin its navigation towards Šipan, one of the three largest Elaphite islands.

Formed by fourteen islands with lush vegetation, composed mainly of pines and olive trees, this archipelago has many vestiges worthy of interest, including ruins of Romanesque churches, monasteries, or former residences of

summer of Dubrovnik notables dating from the 16th and 18th centuries.

The many wild coves bordering these islands give them a unique character.

Day 3 -

Suđurađ / Pomena (Mljet Island): After a morning of free time in Šipan, your ship will sail to Mljet as you enjoy lunch on board.

Forests cover most of this island.

A huge national park was created in the sixties still protecting almost a third of the island today.

It has two salt lakes connected by a channel at the western end of the island: Malo Jezero and Veliko Jezero.

A legend would also like this island to be the island of Ogygia, where according to the Odyssey, Calypso would have kept Odysseus for almost seven years.

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Day 4 –

Pomena / Korčula / Vela Luka: After a night at the quay in Mljet, your yacht will weigh anchor and after only a few hours you will reach the medieval city of Korcula.

A clever mix of Slavic character and Mediterranean genius, the city was founded on a peninsula by the Greeks in the 4th century BC.

J.-C. Hotly disputed over the centuries by the great Mediterranean powers, in order to have its strategic position in the Adriatic, its urban plan was redesigned in "fish bones" in the 13th century, in order to make the secondary streets converge towards the main artery.

Its fortress was erected by the Serenissima in the 15th century, before passing alternately under Austrian, Russian, French, English, Italian and then Yugoslav domination before the country's independence in 1991.

The city has superb residences, including the birthplace of the famous Marco Polo, now open to the public, and the overall architecture reflects this rich past.

Passengers taking the optional excursion will meet the ship which will continue its navigation during the afternoon at Vela Luka.

Day 5 –

Vela Luka / Biševo / Hvar: In the early morning, your yacht will set sail towards the island of Biševo.

This island of less than 6 km² and inhabited by 19 people, is located southwest of the large island of Vis.

It is covered with maquis and pines, has two historical monuments.

It is best known for its many caverns including the famous Blue Cave, into which sunlight enters through an underwater opening.

In the early evening you will reach Hvar.

Inhabited since prehistoric times, it was colonized by the Greeks from 384 BC. Having founded the city of Faros, nowadays called Stari Grad, they took advantage of the nearby fertile plains, and even today, these 80 hectares of land, delimited with small stone walls, are still exploited by its inhabitants,

and have since been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Hvar, nestled between hillsides planted with pines and the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic, hides behind its ramparts a maze of narrow streets dotted with Gothic or Renaissance palaces.

Dominated by its fortress, this very popular medieval city, with preserved heritage, is today nicknamed the Croatian "Saint-Tropez".

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Day 6 -

Hvar / Split: Your first half of the morning will be devoted to a tourist navigation from Hvar to Split.

Around the island of Brac you will see the famous village of Bol, and its pebble beach Zlatni Rat, with a very original shape, whose tip oscillates according to the winds and currents, then pass off Milna.

Before lunch time you will reach Split.

The old town is astonishing and its heart is surrounded by the Palace of Diocletian, a monumental ensemble built by the emperor of the same name to retire there after his abdication in 305. Antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the modern era combine their styles there. , allowing you to admire ancient monuments, medieval Romanesque and Gothic churches, Renaissance portals, Baroque facades... Despite the tangle of alleys,

of houses, shops fitted out inside the enclosure, the remains of the Roman palace remain imposing.

The seaside promenade is also not lacking in charm with its majestic buildings and palm-lined alleys.

Day 7 –

Split / Trogir: After a night and the early hours of the day spent in Split, your boat will leave the quay and reach Trogir by mid-morning.

A typical Mediterranean and medieval town, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Trogir has a main square dominated by the cathedral dedicated to Saint Lawrence.

This opens onto a Romanesque portal made by one of the country's master sculptors, Radovan, one of the greatest works of medieval architecture in the country.

This city of character will charm you with its crenellated ramparts and its beautiful Gothic and Renaissance style residences.

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Day 8 -

Trogir / Sibenik: At lunchtime you will moor in Šibenik, one of the oldest towns in the country.

Some archaeological sites attest to its habitation from the Neolithic period, but its foundation dates back to the 10th century.

It was an important place of exchange in the 15th century and today it is still little known to tourists visiting the Dalmatian coast.

Splendid and secret, Sibenik offers maze of cobbled streets leading to its historic center with medieval charm.

It is a gateway to the Krka National Park.

Its fortress overlooks a harmonious ensemble of stone buildings with green shutters, churches, cathedrals and listed castles.

Day 9 -

Sibenik / Zadar: You will leave Sibenik and enjoy a whole day of navigation which will allow you to rest, to take advantage of the boat's facilities but above all to attend new conferences by your speaker.

In the late afternoon your ship will reach Zadar.

With almost 3000 years of history, the city is known for its architecture and abundant cultural heritage.

An important role was entrusted to it under all the dominations it underwent: commercial crossroads under the Roman Empire, military base and capital of theme under the Byzantine Empire, it was also capital of a duchy during the domination of Venice and Hungarian.

Invaded by the Turks then by the Austrians, before becoming Croatian,

it was for a long time Yugoslav but the Second World War destroyed most of its traces.

Its medieval squares are now full of pretty gardens, vestiges of the Roman Empire that have remained intact and bell towers that overlook the city.

Zadar has the only sea organ in the world.

A 70 meter long musical instrument which "plays" thanks to the waves hitting the sea wall.

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Day 10 -

Zadar / Return town*: After having breakfast on board, you will disembark and enjoy a day of sightseeing included in Zadar and its surroundings (according to your flight schedules).

You will then be transferred to the airport for your return flight.

*This program is subject to change and will be carried out according to the final flight schedules.

The return city must be the same as the departure city.

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The price includes

  • Non-direct return air transport from Paris in economy class (Transavia, Austrian, Air France or Croatia Airlines)

  • Transfers airport/port of embarkation and port/airport

  • Half board (lunch or dinner) on board

  • A glass of wine or water or soda per person with meals taken on board

  • Supervision of the group by the staff of Voyages d'exception

  • The conferences

  • The Captain's Dinner

  • The visit of Dubrovnik and Zadar on the first and last day

  • Tips to flight attendants

  • Air and security taxes (adjustable)

  • Port taxes

  • Carrying luggage at ferry terminals

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-03-03

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