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DALMATIA-MONTENEGRO, 3 weeks

Sailing along Dalmatia and Montenegro's coasts

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Saturday: Boarding at 6 pm in San Benedetto del Tronto’s Port. At this point we are ready to sail off towards Croatian coasts. At sunrise we reach Komiza, on the Western coast of Vis island, at the foot of Hum mountain.

Sunday: We spend the day in Komiza, typical Mediterranean village with little streets, fishermen’s houses surrounding the port and wonderful beaches. Then we reach Rukavac, where we will stay for the night. Rukavac is a quiet typical fishermen’s village, today one of the most famous touristic destinations in Lissa Island. Here you can taste special typical dishes and wines from Lissa.

Monday: Sailing away from Rukavac we come to Tri Luke, wonderful natural port in Korcula Island.

Tuesday: We reach Pasadur, a little bay with a village located in Lastovo Island. The island is connected with a little island, Prezba, by a bridge situated in the Pasadur village. Pasadur, indeed, means “passage” in the local dialect. Nearby there are two salted lakes, known as Lastovo Bays, very popular among tourists and sailors.

Wednesday: We sail off and reach Lumbarda, a little town in Korcula Island, in the past it was one of the favorite destinations of bishops and nobles from Korcula, and a match point of many different peoples and cultures. Today it represents an important touristic site for its wonderful sandy beaches and its many little islands.

Thursday: We reach Ploce, in the natural park of Mljet, a port city in the south region, in between Spalato and Dubrovnik. Nearby there are also the "Baćinska jezera" lakes, seven freshwater lakes at the feet of Biokovo Mountain.

Friday: We reach Okuklje, in the Mljet Island too. It is a very romantic lagoon, destination beloved by sailors and nautical tourists because of its repaired position. Here, you may taste very good fish meals and other typical dishes.

Saturday: Then we arrive to Dubrovnik, famous city called “Pearl of the Adriatic”. Dubrovnik is famous all over the world for its natural beauty, its beaches, its touristic structures, and its historical and artistic heritage. For its 2-kilometers walls, its churches, castles, historical buildings and museums, Dubrovnik has been declared UNESCO World Heritage site for more than 30 years.

Sunday: We leave Dubrovnik and reach Cavtat, a wonderful town with beautiful palaces and buildings, beaches and bays, and with a luxuriant spontaneous vegetation and good climate. Here you can have relaxing walks on the coast and enjoy the quiet of the many hidden bays.

Monday: After customs duties, we sail away from Cavtat to reach Montenegro’s coast. We arrive to Herceg Novi on the Bay of Kotor, the biggest fjord of the Mediterranean Sea. Herceg Novi is a little site on the coast with a fascinating old town, typical little squares, high walls, and one of the cleanest seas of the bay. Here, after relaxing on the beach, you may also go for a walk in the city centre, and go for shopping on the famous Ulica Njegoseva.

Tuesday: We reach Kotor, and making landfall the first thing we see is the welcoming jetty, the palms and the typical rose little houses. Then when we cross the walls by the only gate, the wonderful fortified town appears with all its artistic attractions, churches, little streets and ancient buildings.

Wednesday: We come to Rose, little fishermen’s village, on the Lustica peninsula, in between sea and hill.

Thursday: We leave Rose and reach Budva. The ancient Budva, with its high defensive walls, historically represents the border between two worlds: East and West. The old town, characterized by a Mediterranean architectural style, was situated on a little island that has become a peninsula over the years. The streets and the ancient buildings of Budva create a striking and fascinating atmosphere.

Friday: We sail away from Budva and we come back to Croatia, to Cavtat for customs duties.

Saturday: We reach Lopud, one of the last islands of Dalmatia, an Island of Elaphites’ archipelago, from the ancient roman word “deer”. It is a very typical Mediterranean island, rich of subtropical vegetation, citrus trees, Mediterranean scrub and cypresses.

Sunday: We come to Sobra, in the Island of Mljet, constituted by a town and a port in a bay of the same name, characterized by a very clean sea, rich vegetation, and a wonderful undersea world.

Monday: We leave Sobra and come to Tristenik, on Paliesak peninsula.

Tuesday: We come back to the Island of Korcula, and we stop to Korcula city, where Marco Polo was born. This is a typical Dalmatian city, with medieval walls, towers and bastions, and little red-roofed houses.

Wednesday: From Korcula we reach the little Island of Scedro, in front of Hvar Island. It is an unspoiled site, very beautiful and fascinating, with two deep inlets used by sailors as good shelter (in ancient Slavonic Scedro means “clement”).

Thursday: We reach Hvar, wonderful site which offers both natural attractions and a rich historical and cultural heritage, with its walls, palaces and buildings from Baroque and Renaissance. Hvar offers also a rich nightlife and different options for eating good typical dishes and having fun.

Friday: We sail off and reach Vis, a beautiful island with rich history, natural attractions, the wonderful crystal blue sea, hidden beaches, lagoons and little islands. Moreover here people are very friendly and warm. In the end, we sail away from this paradise to come back to San Benedetto del Tronto.

Saturday: Arrival to San Benedetto del Tronto in the morning.
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