Croatia Gay Cruise Island Hopping Adventure

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Croatia is the Mediterranean destination to see – with its blend of great food and delicious wine, its rugged and dramatic Adriatic coastline, the translucent purity of its sea, and the generally easygoing attitude of the locals themselves. These pearls of the South Adriatic will leave you with an abundance of memories as we visit Dubrovnik, the lakes of Mljet island, Golden Cape and the most beautiful beach located on Brač Island. It is had to believe that this country was once a war zone almost two decades ago. Croatia is a well established safe, independent and tourist-friendly country.


  • Explore the historic city of Dubrovnik
  • Cruise the Adriatic Sea while island hopping
  • See Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO Heritage Site
  • Bike through the countryside of Stari Grad, one of Croatia’s oldest towns
  • Swim at Croatia’s most famous beach, Zlatni Rat
  • Stroll through the Lumbarda vineyards

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Day 1: Arrive and Relax


We will arrive in Dubrovnik, after a long day of traveling for most. Kick back and enjoy your scenic transfer from the airport to your hotel. Check-in and take the rest of the day to rest up and enjoy one of the most exquisite hotels in the area. Relax poolside, at the beach, in the spa, hit the gym or explore the city.


Day 2: All aboard and Dubrovnik City Tour


Today we will have a transfer to our boat in the afternoon. Once we check-in we will head out on a walking tour to discover Dubrovnik; founded more than 13 centuries ago. This old city is one of the most attractive cities of the Mediterranean, the center of contemporary cultural and tourist events with unique political and cultural history. Our welcome dinner will be enjoyed on board our home for the week and we will stay here overnight.


Day 3: Kayaking – Clothing Optional Beach

After breakfast, we will set out to discover more of Dubrovnik – the Pearl of the Adriatic. It is time for some adventure as we head out in our kayaks! This expedition will have us paddle along the Adriatic coast starting just beneath the Lovrijenac Fort in Port Pile. (This is one of many set locations for The Game of Thrones.) Lokrum Island will be one of our stops, which is a popular clothing optional gay beach. Here we will hit the water for some snorkeling and snacks. After lunch, the afternoon will be free for sightseeing at your leisure.


Day 4: Mljet and Saltwater Lakes


Today we will sail out to the hidden port of Pomena, on the Island of Mljet, located on the south of the Adriatic coast. This beautiful island is situated south of the Pelješac peninsula from which it is divided by the Mljet channel. It was discovered by ancient Greco-Roman geographers, who wrote the first records and descriptions around 6th century BC.


After lunch we will explore a historical spot on Mljet, one of the islands “lost” at sea and not easily reached alone. Portions of this island are National Park, including the Big Lake, Small Lake, and Soline Bay. As we hike along pine-shaded paths we will come upon the island’s unique saltwater lakes where we will have time to jump in the water and float from one saltwater lake to the other via a cool waterway. The current will help you along, so no paddling necessary.


Day 5: Hvar Island 


In the wee morning hours, we will set off for Hvar Island. This beautiful island lies between the islands of Brač and Korčula. Hvar is located at the center of the Adriatic sailing routes. In the past, this has made the island an important base for trade throughout the wider Mediterranean area.

After lunch on board, we will jump on our bicycles and head to a small interior island settlement. We will ride along a coastal gravel road from Jelsa towards Vrboska and then on an old road through vineyards towards Stari Grad. Stari Grad is one of Croatia’s oldest towns dating back to 384BC when it was a Greek colony called Faros.  Once back in Jelsa, we will have time to explore the town and learn about its history as we will stay here for the evening.


Day 6: Zlatni Rat


This morning we will head to Island Brač and take a swim at the most famous beach in Croatia, Zlatni Rat, known for its natural phenomenon horn shape. Located in the southern part of Brac Island, it is below the highest peak of all Adriatic islands, Vidova Gora, at 2559 feet. There are plenty of flat rocks to play froggie – the Croatian name for skipping rocks.


After lunch, we will set sail for Split, Croatia’s second biggest city. Split is the administrative center of Middle Dalmatia and it is an important historical and cultural city, with numerous museums, churches, theatres and other archeological treasures. Perhaps the most impressive is the massive structure Diocletian’s Palace, built by the Romans in the fourth century. The palace and its many buildings inside were designated a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1979. We will have the opportunity to explore this ancient city and the Cellars of Diocletian’s Palace.

Tonight we will enjoy an amazing group dinner at a lovely location in Split.


Day 7: Korcula and Vineyards


This morning we will head to Korcula, best known as the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Within the fortifications and defensive walls, the red roofs extensively will remind you of Dubrovnik. View the centuries-old works of stonemasons whose architectural wonders created a very orderly urban plan.


Enjoy the afternoon exploring this cute port town. Tonight we will enjoy the Captain’s dinner onboard our ship.


Day 8: Sailing and Slano


Today we will sail by the biggest peninsula in Dalmatia, Peljesac Peninsula, known for its slopes that gave names to the best red wines, Postup and Dingac. These are produced from a small blue grape, which leads to the name plavac mali. On our journey today we will make a stop in the small town of Trstenik. From there we will head to Janjina – middle of the peninsula – for a wine tasting.


Further down the Mljet Strait, we will come to the Elaphiti Archipelago, a group of 14 islands and islets. While taking in the views we will enjoy lunch and a swimming break. We will arrive in Slano this afternoon and enjoy sailing through Mali Ston Bay. Here we will learn the local history of a family that has been growing oysters since 1980. Enjoy a welcome drink and homemade sweets before tasting famous a couple oysters and a mussel with a glass of wine.

Day 9: Farewell


Today we will depart after breakfast and take in our final boat ride to Dubrovnik for our transfer to the airport.

*The captain retains the right to modify the sailing route at any moment.

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 2019  June 21 to 29



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