Experience the Luxury of a Private Yacht Tour in Bol, Jelsa and Vrbovska

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Are you and your family looking for a peaceful getaway far from the hustle and bustle of typical summer tourist destinations? Come discover the stunning beauty of Brač and Hvar Islands with us! With their amazing hidden beaches, caves, vineyards, and abandoned military bases, these two Croatian islands are sure to provide a tranquil and memorable holiday for adults and seniors alike.

Military Tunnels

Brac Island is home to one of the most attractive secrets of Dalmatia – the military tunnels, originally constructed and used as a key military base during World War II. The tunnels have now been transformed into a must-see destination for couples, families, and middle-aged people alike. These cavernous inlets are ideal for sheltering special forces submarines and small naval vessels, but today they provide a safe harbour for fishermen during unexpected storms and are visited by many tourists and military enthusiasts. Both tunnels are easily visible close to the impressive Blaca Hermitage site, a UNESCO protected monument on the Croatian coast. Explore the military tunnels and discover the secrets of this remarkable island.

Bol – Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) -Island Brač

Explore the beauty of the #3 best beach destination in Europe – the world-famous Zlatni Rat beach. Located on the island of Brac, this half-kilometer beach is known for its continually changing shape, often referred to as the Golden Cape or Golden Horn beach. With its stunning nature and crystal clear waters, Zlatni Rat beach is an ideal getaway for yacht enthusiasts, families, and friends. Enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the area, relax on the beach, or savor the local cuisine in a nearby restaurant. Experience why Zlatni Rat beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world!

Vrbovska Town (Island Hvar)

Vrboska, located on the sunny island of Hvar, is a small and special town. Blessed with a stunning bay, untouched pine forest and a wealth of cultural sights, Vrboska is also known as “Little Venice” thanks to its bridge-linked island in the middle of the bay. The town’s charm is further enhanced by its traditional Mediterranean architecture, including old town houses in gothic, renaissance and baroque styles, as well as luxurious modern villas. Enjoy gourmet cuisine from the surrounding fields and fresh fish, combined with the aromatic local spices and olive oil, and topped off with one of Hvar’s famous wines. Vrboska is the perfect destination for yachters, families and friends to experience a unique and unforgettable escape.

Jelsa Town (Island Hvar)

Jelsa, located on the northern side of Hvar Island, is a sun-filled paradise just waiting to be explored. This tranquil town is welcoming to yacht owners, families and friends, offering a wealth of cultural and historical attractions for all to enjoy. From ancient churches, parks and caves, to the crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean, there’s plenty to discover. Enjoy a dip in the refreshing coolness of the pebble beaches, surrounded by fragrant pine forests, or explore the picturesque bays and coves nearby. Let Jelsa and Hvar Island be the setting for your next vacation, where the sky is a crystal blue and the sea is a glistening azure.

 

 

  • Departure: on agreement from Split
  • 1-8 guests

What's included

  • Professional Crew
  • Fuel
  • Refreshing drinks
  • Welcome pack
  • Watertoys
  • Towels

Just a Few of the Yachts Available for Tours