Our Dubrovnik Sailing Itinerary B - 7 day begins from the beautiful old town of Dubrovnik (or surrounding area). Dubrovnik old town with the spectacular city walls, the finest in the world and the city's main claim to fame. This sailing itinerary from Dubrovnik is longer, approximately 180 NM, which makes it perfect for people that want to sail and see more of Croatian islands.
Day 1. Start from Dubrovnik (or surrounding area) and sail to Elaphiti islands - Lopud, Croatia. Lopud Island is famous for having the one of the best beaches in the Dubrovnik region. Sunj (pronounced shoon) beach is certainly the best beach in the Elafiti Islands. It's composed of fine, white sand and is backed by lush, green hills.
Day 2. Sail to the Pomena of the island of Mljet. Pomena is, like the entire island of Mljet, part of which has been proclaimed a National Park, surrounded by a dense Aleppo pine forest. The place has some 50 inhabitants who primarily live off of agriculture, fishing and tourism. Being located on just over 15 minutes walk to Malo Jezero (Small Lake) of Mljet National Park, the village is the main entry point to the Park.
Day 3. Sail to Zaklopatica Bay, island Lastovo, Croatia. Zaklopatica is heaven for divers and sailors who can enjoy the well-know beauties of the Lastovo archipelago and its magnificent bays. Zaklopatica offers a breath taking view of island Korčula. Enjoy sunbathing, swimming, leisurely walks and many restaurants offering the best of Dalmatian cuisine. Don’t miss the beautiful and unique sunset.
Day 4. Sail to Palmižana, island Hvar, Croatia. A paradise of cultural tourism, renowned for the absence of traffic and with extensive footpaths and trails, kids can run around safely, parents can relax with no worries, and lovers can discover hidden bays and crystal-clear sea. Even though in July and August the scene gets bustling and eventful, one can still find moments of tranquility just minutes away, in numerous bays and coves.
Day 5. Sail to Korcula Old Town, Croatia. The main attraction of island Korcula – a medieval walled city positioned on a oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac Channel. The Old Town itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone.
Day 6. Sail to Elaphiti islands - Sipan, Sudurad, Croatia. Sudurad is one of those typical Mediterranean fishing villages they don't make anymore. Due to the Sipan Island once being one of the the most popular recreational destinations for wealthy families from Dubrovnik, one finds- as well as throughout the whole Elaphiti Archipelago – many magnificent summer residences and palaces.
Day 7. On your last day, sail around Elaphiti islands and citiy walls of Dubrovnik. We recommend you to drop an anchor for a swim just next to Dubrovnik city walls, and then sail out towards Dubrovnik, where you will spend the night. In Dubrovnik, you will be impressed by the remarkable historic old town that drives you back to the Roman times.
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