We are beginning our journey with one of Europe’s best kept secrets the island of Korčula, the sixth-largest Adriatic island. From the immaculate tiny old town sometimes referred to as a ‘mini-Dubrovnik’, to great beaches, a lush green interior and introducing some of the best white wines in the country. Nothing less than charm brings the island of Hvar. Hvar’s interior hides abandoned ancient hamlets, vineyards and the lavender fields that the island is famous for. And it is neither secret nor surprise that Hvar is an object of love and longing for so many travelers

  • Reaching the Korcula Island

    Upon arrival in the Korcula old town, there is a possibility for you to admire this small town beauty on your own arrangements or you can opt for the guided tour. In the latter case, your guide takes you on a walking tour of the town and introduces you to the centuries of rich history, which also includes a visit to the birthplace of Marco Polo. After the walking tour you are free to choose the dining place and enjoy mouth-watering local dishes. It is worth to mention that arguably the best of all Croatian whites is produced here. From the indigenous grape pošip, particularly from the areas around the villages of Čara and Smokvica. The grk grape, cultivated around Lumbarda, also produces quality dry white wine. If it happens you are one of the wine lovers, we would be happy to organize the wine tasting experience upon request.

  • Head to Hvar Island

    After some time touring Korcula, we are heading to the town of Hvar where you can choose to do the optional guided tour or you might as well decide to spend the rest of your day swimming in one of deserted lagoons of  Hvar’s southern shores  and enjoy the perfect way to end a memorable day.               

  • Pakleni Island

  •   Most visitors to Hvar Town visit the crystal-clear waters, hidden beaches and deserted lagoons of the Pakleni Islands, a gorgeous chain of wooded isles that stretches out immediately in front of the town. In case you would like to admire as many captivating sights as possible, we can also continue our sailing adventure on Pakleni Islands. Keep in mind that you have complete control over your sailing itinerary and travel pace so it is only your imagination and desires that can put the helm into the hands of your captain. 


The birthplace of Marco Polo, an island rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. Quiet coves and small sandy beaches dot the steep southern coast while the northern shore is flatter and more pebbly.

Hvar Island

The island boasts the oldest public theatre in Europe, birthplace of organised tourism in Europe, 350 years of UNESCO-recognised agava lace from the Benedictine Nuns, just a few reasons to mention why precisely Hvar well-deserves your visit.

Pakleni Islands

Crystal-clear waters, hidden beaches, and deserted lagoons offering a memorable farewell from your sailing adventure in Dalmatia.



  • Fuel

  • Skipper

  • Cruising hours

  • Snorkeling equipment

  • Towels 

  • WiFi

  • Welcoming snack 

  • Quality wine

  • Beer

  • Natural Water and Juice


  • private tour guide (optional)

  • lunch