6 – DAYS – ADRIATIC CRUISE 2020 - from Split to Split

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DAY 1 Sunday │ Town of Vis, Island of Vis (dinner) Arrival transfer from Split airport or city area to Vis. Island of Vis is truly a part of the Mediterranean that once was,
providing visitors with an experience for all the senses. Overnight on board.
DAY 2 Monday │ Town of Vis - Island Biševo - Komiža, Island Vis (breakfast, lunch)
Departure from Vis to the island of Biševo with a stop and the opportunity of an optional individual visit to the Blue Cave
(ticket not included). The island of Biševo is located 6 miles from the island of Vis, across from the town of Komiža. The
Blue Cave is located in Baluni Bay on the east side of the island of Biševo. In the morning, the rays penetrate at the most
favorable angle through the underwater opening of the Blue Cave, reflect on the bottom and illuminate the cave with blue.
We end the day by sailing towards the town of Komiža on the island of Vis. Komiža is a town with a long fishing tradition,
which is reflected in its appearance and the warmth of the locals, where gastronomy lovers will come into their own.
Overnight on board.
DAY 3 Tuesday │ Komiza, island of Vis - Vela Luka, Island of Korcula (breakfast, lunch)

Departure from Komiža to Vela Luka on the island of Korčula. We will complete the voyage by stopping for a swim on
Viški Škoj, the islets of the Vis archipelago. The island of Korcula, a Dalmatian beauty, is an island of war dances and
klapas, centuries-old olive groves and vineyards, old summer houses and a rich cultural and historical heritage from the
time of the ancient Greeks to the time when it was part of Venice. Experience Korčula by tasting pošip and grk wines,
fragrant citrus fruits and fresh fish. Experience the tradition of knightly dances and indulge in the joy of life that will infect
you with hospitable locals. In the western part of the island of Korcula is the town of Vela Luka, located at the bottom of a
deeply incised and spacious bay. With its 4,500 inhabitants, Vela Luka is the second largest city on the Adriatic islands.
Overnight on board. DAY 4 Wednesday │ Vela Luka, Island of Korcula - town of Korcula (breakfast, lunch)

Departure from Vela Luka in the morning towards the town of Korcula, there will be a swimming stop. The town of Korcula
is the birthplace of the famous Marco Polo and Moreška, a knight's dance with swords and is one of the most beautiful
Dalmatian towns. Get to know this stone city, discover the hidden ‘kale’ passing by the decorated facades of elegant
palaces, walking the cobbled streets as the sun merges with the sea at dusk. The old town is surrounded by walls, and
the streets are arranged in herringbones allowing free air flow, but also protecting it from strong winds. Among the most
significant historical sights we will mention the Gothic-Renaissance Cathedral of St. Mark, the town hall, and the massive
city walls, as well as the Franciscan monastery from the 15th century and the birthplace of Marco Polo. Overnight on
board. DAY 5 Thursday │ Korcula town, Korcula Island - Hvar town, Hvar island (breakfast, lunch)

Departure from Korčula to the town of Hvar with a stop for swimming near the island of Šćedro. Our today's destination is
the town of Hvar, Croatian Ibiza and an ancient town with a rich history. Centuries have carved its fortresses and walls,
and the Renaissance has given it the shape and spirit that lives on today. Hvar is a jewel hidden in a time whose beauties
have been recognized by members of the world jet set, including Prince Harry, Beyonce and Sophia Loren. It is a city of
sun, wine, lavender, entertainment and high gastronomy, and the view from the Fortica fortress, which has been watching
the entrance to the port for centuries, is breathtaking. Overnight on board. DAY 6 Friday │ Hvar Hvar town, Hvar Island - Split (breakfast)

Departure to Split with a stop for swimming, arrival in Split late in the morning. Disembarkation at the Port of Split. Before
returning, take the opportunity and walk through Split, the city of Emperor Diocletian, a city whose heart has been beating
for 1700 years and conquering the unique Dalmatian joy de vivre. The old core is under UNESCO protection, since Split is
a unique world example where life is followed in situ from antiquity to the present day, and the irony of fate is that it placed
the Split Cathedral in the emperor's mausoleum.