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One-way route Dubrovnik - Split

DAY 1: Slano – Dubrovnik (15 Nm)

First stop is Dubrovnik! "The pearl of the Adriatic" is full of stories, tastes and sounds for you to discover and memories waiting to be created. Choose the cable car ride for the bird's eye view, classic walking tour or maybe even Game of Thrones tour.  

DAY 2: Dubrovnik – Sipan – Kobas (15 + 7 Nm)

Trace back a bit and sail to the Elaphiti archipelago and its biggest island, Sipan, to enjoy a swim or snorkeling adventure. Head to the Peljesac peninsula and taste the traditional Dalmatian cuisine in the small village of Kobas at Gastro Mare restaurant. 

DAY 3: Kobas – Mljet (35 Nm)

Odysseys-Cave-MljetSail from Kobas to Mljet. Start from the southeastern part and enjoy the sandy beach in Saplunara and stop by the Odyssey's cave before continuing to the western part of the island that is also a national park with green forests, two salt lakes within the island, Veliko and Malo Jezero, and a Benedictine monastery built in the 12th century. Overnight and anchor in Pomena.

DAY 4: Mljet – Korcula (17 Nm)

Leave Mljet and sail to the town of Korcula on the island of Korcula! A Dalmatian town, full of remnants of turbulent history (Illyrian, Greek, Roman, Croatian, French and Austrian rulers), beautiful churches and houses with red roofs all perfectly lined in herringbone street pattern that allows good air flow but protects against strong winds. Korcula is the only place where you can enjoy Moreška, a famous knights’ dance performed with swords.

DAY 5: Korcula – Lastovo (26 Nm)

Sail off for the island of Lastovo. Discover the islands’ coves and swimming spots and visit the oldest lighthouse on the Adriatic from the 19th century located in the southern part of the island. Anchor in Skrivena Luka, the Hidden Bay, that is not visible from the sea. 

DAY 6: Lastovo – Paklenski islands (38 Nm)

DolphinsSail from Lastovo to the Paklenski islands. Even if the archipelago wasn't located next to the famous town Hvar Island, it would still be one of the favorite sailing destinations in Croatia. One can never have enough of amazing bays and coves waiting to be explored. Anchor in Vinogradisce bay or the ACI Palmizana. 

DAY 7: Paklenski islands – Split (22 Nm)

Easy sailing in direction Split with stops for swimming, jumping, lunch or brunch. If you are lucky you might even bump into some dolphins. 

Total sailing distance: 175 Nm

Find out which boats and periods are available for this great route by calling our office (+385 21 407700) or writing a short e-mail (charter@navaboats.com). 

Here is a map to help you get a better idea of the distances and relations between destinations. PLEASE NOTE that this is just an informative itinerary suggestion and we advise you plan the exact route according to official navigational maps where you will find the information necessary for safe navigation (issued by Hrvatski hidrografski institut - Hydrographic Institute of the Republic of Croatia). You can find them aboard every one of our vessel.