One moment …

Adventure Sailing Holiday in Croatia with Kayaking, Cycling and Walking

Overview
Location
Accommodation
Getting There

This is a great short break with a difference. Rather than stay on land, stay on board a catamaran and discover the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik, the Elaphiti islands and Mljet Island National Park. Organised excursions include walking, cycling, paddleboarding and kayaking as well as swimming and snorkelling. Friendly dolphins can often be spotted swimming alongside the boat! Departures every Sat, Sun, Tues, Weds. Option to extend your stay on land afterwards for 4 nights. Contact us for availability. From € 580 per person

Highlights

  • Sail around Dubrovnik’s beautiful islands on a catamaran yacht!
  • Take in the sights of the area with entrance to Mljet Island National Park with its monastery and stunning lakes
  • Explore the islands on foot, by bike or kayak

Included

  • 3 nights on board a catamaran (with en suite bathroom)
  • 3 breakfasts
  • Activities and use of equipment (kayaks, bikes, paddleboards, snorkeling gear)
  • Local taxes, permits and marina fees
  • Yacht skipper
  • Assistance
  • Transfers from meeting point to catamaran
  • Transfer to mainland Dubrovnik

Excluded

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages – unless otherwise specified
  • Ston city walls entrance fee
  • Entrance to Mljet Island National Park
  • Everything not specified above

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival, Lopud and Sipan islands
Board at 2pm. After short safety demonstration set sail for Lopud island. Go for a stroll and a snack then continue on the Sipan island. Enjoy a spectacular sunset and dinner (not included). Anchor in one of the most scenic bays on the island for the night.

Day 2: Mljet island and Peljesac peninsula
Set sail for Mljet island national park, a fantastic location for kayaking, paddleboarding, hiking, cycling and swimming. In late afternoon sail towards the Peljesac peninsula and anchor in a quiet bay near Zuljana Village.

Day 3: Peljesac peninsula
Spend the morning paddling, snorkelling and swimming in Zuljana bay, then sail east towards Broce and Ston. Cycle to the lovely little town of Ston and explore the area before returning to Broce for the night.

Day 4: Elaphiti islands, Kolocep island, departure
Sail east between the Elaphiti islands until you reach Kolocep island. Go paddleboarding and swimming before stopping for lunch at one of the best fish restaurants in the area (meal not included). Disembark around 3pm. Transfer back to the mainland.

This itinerary and the duration of the activities are subject to change due to group abilities and preferences, weather conditions and forecasts, water levels, special events of interest, etc. Our travel partner's guides and trip leaders will do their utmost to ensure the best possible experience for their clients without compromising safety at any time. This may mean changing the original itinerary to avoid discomfort or risk which could be caused by exceptional situations and they reserve the right to alter the itinerary without prior notice.

Please Note

Min 4 max 10 people per departure: this is not a private tour, you will be staying on board with other guests.

Extras/Upgrades

Rooms You will automatically be allocated a Double room/cabin. Twin rooms/cabins are available on request with a 10% surcharge per person. Solo Travellers Single use rooms/cabins: available on request with a 20% surcharge. Sharing a twin with another person is also possible.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is an old city on the Adriatic Sea coast in the south of Croatia, and is one of the most prominent tourist resorts of the Mediterranean. The city of Dubrovnik was built on maritime trade, today it is one of Croatia's most popular tourist destinations, boasting spectacular churches, monasteries, museums, and fountains.

Stradun, Placa Main stone paved street of the city, centre of the action Stradun is a popular street where most of the locals go.

The City Walls: Dubrovnik is completely surrounded with walls and forts, including the Old Port. One of the most outstanding features of Dubrovnik, and one of the first things you should do when visiting the city, is walk along the imposing two kilometre 10th Century wall, built to protect the citizens of the town. The walk takes about an hour.

Franciscian Monastery: Old Town Inside is the Pharmacy dating from the 14th century (the oldest in Europe) and a gorgeous cloister.

Sponza Palace: Old Town Originally built as customs house in 1516. Now it functions as the State Archive. On the ground floor is the Museum of the Dubrovnik defenders.

Rector Palace: Old Town Built in the 15th century for Dubrovnik’s ruler, the elected Rector, now a museum.

Cathedral: Old Town This Baroque Cathedral was built in the 18th century, after an earthquake destroyed the original. Inside there is a Treasury with lot of interesting exhibits. St. Blaise church, Old Town Dedicated to Dubrovnik’s patron saint.

Dominican Monastery Gorgeous courtyard with museum housing Dubrovnik’s historical artefacts.

Lokrum Island The island is a 15 minute boat ride from the Old Town City harbor. As well as many peaceful coves Lokrum also boasts a Botanical Garden and, keeping with the monastic theme, a Benedictine Monastery.

Take the cable car The new cable car takes 4 minutes to get to an altitude of 405 metres, and once at the top, panoramic views of the old town and the surrounding walls of Dubrovnik can be seen. The view is breath-taking, and although the ride is a little scary at first, it is worth it at the top!

You will spend 3 nights on the Nautitech 44 Catamaran which has a total of four rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. The catamaran has beds for up to 10 passengers with lots of deck space, comfort and very good sailing performance.

Model: Nautitech 44 France
Built in: 2008
Length: 13,47 m
Beam: 6,81 m
Draft: 1,20 m
Gross tonnage: 14,00 t
Total power output: 58 kW
Propulsion: sail & internal combustion engine
Cabins: 4 Double + 2 Single
Wc / shower: 4/4 and cockpit shower
Hot water: yes
Max persons allowed: 10 + 2 + 1
Twin rooms/Cabin available on request with a 10% surcharge per person.

Nearest Airport: Dubrovnik Airport

Other airports: Split airport

You need to make your own way to the base in Komolac on the outskirts of Dubrovnik, from where you will be transferred to the catamaran. Boarding is at 2pm, so we recommend that you stay the night before in Dubrovnik. You will receive full check in information after booking.

Overview

This is a great short break with a difference. Rather than stay on land, stay on board a catamaran and discover the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik, the Elaphiti islands and Mljet Island National Park. Organised excursions include walking, cycling, paddleboarding and kayaking as well as swimming and snorkelling. Friendly dolphins can often be spotted swimming alongside the boat! Departures every Sat, Sun, Tues, Weds. Option to extend your stay on land afterwards for 4 nights. Contact us for availability. From € 580 per person

Highlights

  • Sail around Dubrovnik’s beautiful islands on a catamaran yacht!
  • Take in the sights of the area with entrance to Mljet Island National Park with its monastery and stunning lakes
  • Explore the islands on foot, by bike or kayak

Included

  • 3 nights on board a catamaran (with en suite bathroom)
  • 3 breakfasts
  • Activities and use of equipment (kayaks, bikes, paddleboards, snorkeling gear)
  • Local taxes, permits and marina fees
  • Yacht skipper
  • Assistance
  • Transfers from meeting point to catamaran
  • Transfer to mainland Dubrovnik

Excluded

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages – unless otherwise specified
  • Ston city walls entrance fee
  • Entrance to Mljet Island National Park
  • Everything not specified above

Please Note

Min 4 max 10 people per departure: this is not a private tour, you will be staying on board with other guests.

Extras/Upgrades

Rooms You will automatically be allocated a Double room/cabin. Twin rooms/cabins are available on request with a 10% surcharge per person. Solo Travellers Single use rooms/cabins: available on request with a 20% surcharge. Sharing a twin with another person is also possible.

Location

Location

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is an old city on the Adriatic Sea coast in the south of Croatia, and is one of the most prominent tourist resorts of the Mediterranean. The city of Dubrovnik was built on maritime trade, today it is one of Croatia's most popular tourist destinations, boasting spectacular churches, monasteries, museums, and fountains.

Stradun, Placa Main stone paved street of the city, centre of the action Stradun is a popular street where most of the locals go.

The City Walls: Dubrovnik is completely surrounded with walls and forts, including the Old Port. One of the most outstanding features of Dubrovnik, and one of the first things you should do when visiting the city, is walk along the imposing two kilometre 10th Century wall, built to protect the citizens of the town. The walk takes about an hour.

Franciscian Monastery: Old Town Inside is the Pharmacy dating from the 14th century (the oldest in Europe) and a gorgeous cloister.

Sponza Palace: Old Town Originally built as customs house in 1516. Now it functions as the State Archive. On the ground floor is the Museum of the Dubrovnik defenders.

Rector Palace: Old Town Built in the 15th century for Dubrovnik’s ruler, the elected Rector, now a museum.

Cathedral: Old Town This Baroque Cathedral was built in the 18th century, after an earthquake destroyed the original. Inside there is a Treasury with lot of interesting exhibits. St. Blaise church, Old Town Dedicated to Dubrovnik’s patron saint.

Dominican Monastery Gorgeous courtyard with museum housing Dubrovnik’s historical artefacts.

Lokrum Island The island is a 15 minute boat ride from the Old Town City harbor. As well as many peaceful coves Lokrum also boasts a Botanical Garden and, keeping with the monastic theme, a Benedictine Monastery.

Take the cable car The new cable car takes 4 minutes to get to an altitude of 405 metres, and once at the top, panoramic views of the old town and the surrounding walls of Dubrovnik can be seen. The view is breath-taking, and although the ride is a little scary at first, it is worth it at the top!

Accommodation

Accommodation

You will spend 3 nights on the Nautitech 44 Catamaran which has a total of four rooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. The catamaran has beds for up to 10 passengers with lots of deck space, comfort and very good sailing performance.

Model: Nautitech 44 France
Built in: 2008
Length: 13,47 m
Beam: 6,81 m
Draft: 1,20 m
Gross tonnage: 14,00 t
Total power output: 58 kW
Propulsion: sail & internal combustion engine
Cabins: 4 Double + 2 Single
Wc / shower: 4/4 and cockpit shower
Hot water: yes
Max persons allowed: 10 + 2 + 1
Twin rooms/Cabin available on request with a 10% surcharge per person.

Getting There

Getting There

Nearest Airport: Dubrovnik Airport

Other airports: Split airport

You need to make your own way to the base in Komolac on the outskirts of Dubrovnik, from where you will be transferred to the catamaran. Boarding is at 2pm, so we recommend that you stay the night before in Dubrovnik. You will receive full check in information after booking.

You may also be interested in...

  • Moderate

  • Basic

  • Solo

  • Couples

  • Children

Multi-Activity Holiday Around The Coast of...

Dubrovnik
7 nights

Enjoy a fantastic multi sport break in the Elafiti islands, Croatia - no experience necessary!

Please enquire
View


YesNo

Thank you your message has been sent

×