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Croatian Wilderness Sailing - Trogir to Trogir Back Roads

8 Days
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US$ 3,031

A one week cruise aboard a luxury air-conditioned motor yacht with only 9 cabins. Enjoy the outstanding beauty of the Dalmatian coast of Croatia calling in at a selection of islands, all breathtakingly beautiful and some totally unspoilt and remote.

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Enjoy a one week cruise aboard the M/Y Vjeko, a 9-cabin luxury motor yacht with fully air conditioned cabins equipped with private en suites. Arrive Split airport and transfer to your boat in Trogir where you then sail to Pucisca, one of the prettiest towns on the Dalmatian coast famous for its stonemasonry workshops. Overnight here.

Sail the next morning to Korcula, the best preserved medieval town on the Adriatic Coast Spend the afternoon exploring Korcula.


Continue to Lumbarda where you will have the opportunity to taste some of Croatia’s excellent wines. Then it’s on to Polace on the islet of Mljet. Explore the interior in Mljet National Park, an unspoilt oasis with lush vegetation and pine forests.

The next day sail to Lastovo, a remote idyllic and beautiful island. Land at Hum and take a coach to the highest peak on the island to enjoy stunning panoramic views. Return to Hum with time to explore this town dating back to the15th Century.

The following morning, sail to Vis Island, again unspoilt and very isolated. Visit the Green Cave and the quaint town of Komiza where the boat will anchor overnight.

Next is Bisevo Island with its natural wonder, the Blue Cave. Continue to Maslinica on the island of Solta where you will have an Olive Oil tasting session.

Next day, relax or swim in the quiet bays of the island after which, sail back to Trogir, one of the oldest cities in Croatia and a UNESCO World Heritage site with its churches, fortresses, palaces and museums. Overnight here before being transferred back to Split.

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8 Days
Prices From:
US$ 3,031

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Day 1

Trogir - Pucisca

You will embark on your Croatian sailing experience from Trogir harbour at lunchtime and sail to your first overnight stop at Pucisca, one of central Dalmatia's prettiest towns. The area is famous for marble-like white limestone, which has been used in many famous buildings around the world including the White House in Washington DC. You have the opportunity to visit one of the few stonemasonry workshops left in Europe. Tonight you enjoy a welcome dinner on board on the yacht.

Meal Plan Lunch and Dinner
Duration7 Nights

M/Y Vjeko

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    M/Y Vjeko

    Explore tiny islands and a truly spectacular coastline, far away from the tourist trail by private yacht. M/Y Vjeko acts as both transport and accommodation as you cruise along the Dalmatian Coast and moor at secluded harbours and spectacular beaches. With nine cabins over two ...

    Explore tiny islands and a truly spectacular coastline, far away from the tourist trail by private yacht. M/Y Vjeko acts as both transport and accommodation as you cruise along the Dalmatian Coast and moor at secluded harbours and spectacular beaches. With nine cabins over two decks, the yacht can accommodate no more than sixteen guests. Dine on regional dishes, including fresh seafood, on board your floating hotel.


    • Air Conditioning
    • Bar
    • TV lounge

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Day 2

Pucisca - Korcula

Cruise toward Korcula, one of the best preserved medieval towns on the Adriatic Coast and the birthplace of Marco Polo. According to legend, Korcula was founded by Trojan hero Anthenor in the 12th century BC. Spend the afternoon exploring Korcula's fascinating Old Town then enjoy an evening at leisure where you are free to visit one of the local konobas or relax in one of the numerous cafes and bars.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 3

Korcula - Lumbarda - Polace

The wines of Croatia are little known, outside the country, but of excellent quality as you will discover in Lumbarda when you walk through the vineyards to Bire Winery, one of the most well-known Grk wine producers on the island. After a tasting and some free time for lunch you sail to Polace, on the island of Mljet. Perhaps the most seductive of all of the Adriatic islands, the north western half of the island forms Mljet National Park. You spend the afternoon exploring this unspoilt oasis of tranquillity filled with lush vegetation, pine forests and spectacular saltwater lakes. You will enjoy dinner in Polace, which is in a secluded bay, sheltered by the four small islands of Tajnik, Moracnik, Ovrata and Kobrava.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 4

Polace - Hum - Lastovo - Jurjevo

You continue your journey towards Lastovo, the furthest, inhabited island in Dalmatia, which Romans called the Imperial Island. Due to its remote location, very few tourists actually travel this far, making it a special island to visit and a perfect Back-Roads stopover! Travel by mini coach to Hum, the highest peak on the island, at 417 metres above sea level. After enjoying the stunning panoramic views, you drive to the main town for some free time. The whole town is a protected cultural monument due to its unique renaissance architecture, dating mainly from the 15th and 16th centuries. You will overnight in the sandy Jurjevo Cove.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 5

Jurjevo - Green Cave - Komiza

You set off early towards Vis Island, which was closed to tourists for many years. Due to its past isolation, the island has become a sought after place, which perfectly captures 'The Unspoilt Mediterranean' image. After visiting the Green Cave you sail into the town of Komiza to stay overnight. With beautiful beaches, narrow roads and houses squeezed together around the harbour, this is a fascinating village to explore.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 6

Komiza - Blue Cave - Maslinica

Early this morning you cruise towards the little Bisevo Island to visit the Blue Cave, a truly enchanting natural wonder. Later we up anchor for Maslinica on the Island of Solta. On arrival you drive to a local olive grove for a tasting of different types of olive oils. Tonight the Captain's Dinner will be an indulgent three course affair featuring regional delicacies made from fresh local produce.

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 7

Maslinica - Trogir

Your last full morning is spent relaxing and swimming in the quiet bays of Solta Island. This afternoon you return to Trogir, one of the oldest cities in Croatia. Having been influenced by Greek, Roman and Venetian conquerors, Trogir is now rich in culture and heritage and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. There is also a wealth of churches, fortresses, palaces, museums and towers to discover. The rest of the day at leisure.

Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 8


Your tour ends this morning after breakfast.

Meal Plan Breakfast

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2017: May 20; Jun 17; Aug 26; Sep 9; Sep 16; 


  • 7 nights on board M/Y Vjeko
  • Local captain & crew
  • Back-Roads tour leader
  • European breakfast daily, 6 x lunches, 3 x evening meals including Captain's Dinner
  • Wine tasting on Korcula
  • Olive oil tasting on Solta 
  • Towels, beach towels & linen
  • All local taxes 
  • Included Entrances: Stonemasonry school & Blue Cave


  • Driver/tour leader gratuity is at your discretion.
  • Lunches (unless otherwise stated), social drinks, meals on free nights', items of a personal nature and entrance fees when not listed in the schedule of inclusions.
  • Occasional optional evening theatre/festival visits and entrances not detailed in the tour inclusions.
  • Incidental expenses, such as room service incurred at hotels. All expenses are to be settled prior to leaving the accommodation.
  • Laundry costs and any shipping charges for the return of purchases made on tour, or for the return of property lost on tour.
  • Pre and post tour accommodation.
  • Unless otherwise listed in the inclusions, transfers are not included in the tour price.


Back-Roads Touring have hand-picked an extensive portfolio of quality properties across Europe and to ensure the very best experience on each of our tours, hotels may vary to those listed in this itinerary.

Mobility: All of our tours involve walking and require our guests to board and disembark our vehicles several times a day making this tour unsuitable for those with reduced mobility.


Prices are "from", per person, based on twin share. Subject to availability. The hotels have been hand-picked from an extensive portfolio of quality properties across Europe and to ensure the very best experience on each of our tours, hotels may vary to those listed in this itinerary.

16 Sep 2017
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