Experience the culinary tradition of Croatia

Taste the local delicacies

On this tour, we'll properly introduce you to the local lifestyle. You will meet fishermen, winemakers, dine in family-run taverns and explore hidden coves only locals know about. We will take you on wine tasting, you will also try traditional dishes as octopus "peka" or various Dalmatian stews. Altogether, one complete experience of the Mediterranean cuisine!

Tour highlights

Day 1 - Meet the old city of Split.

With its lively cultural and gastro scene, Split is one of the top destinations of the Adriatic. Explore Diocletian's Palace, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and stroll down the ancient alleys to discover numerous restaurants ranging from local taverns to fine dining places.

Day 2 - Sailing to the south side of Solta island.

In the afternoon we set the sails to our destination, 400m indented beautiful Jorja bay on the south side of Solta island. For dinner, we eat the traditional "Octopus peka" in the tavern inside the bay.

Day 3 - Morning beach - Komiza (Vis) - Wine tasting

Relaxed morning: breakfast & beach. Later we sail south towards Komiza, fishermen's town and Hollywood filming location on the south side of Vis island. We suggest visiting a local winery where we'll indulge in winetasting and traditional fish and meat stews.

Day 4 - Milna (Hvar) - snorkeling - tavern dinner

The morning is laid back. You should enjoy a cup of coffee in one of the cafés on the promenade while the crew re-stocks yacht supplies. A bit later, in the afternoon we sail north-east to Hvar island, where we anchor in a turquoise cove near the town of Milna. The cove is ideal for swimming, various water sports, and snorkeling. Once you get hungry, we can go to tavern "Kotin", where you will taste traditional fish dishes made from freshly harpoon caught fish.

Day 5 - Vrboska (Hvar)

The highlight of the fifth day is Vrboska, a small town on the Hvar island, also called the Venice of Croatia (you will see why). On our way to Vrboska, we'll make a lunch stop in one of the many secluded bays and coves around the 68km long Hvar island. It will be a great place for swimming and snorkeling too.

Day 6 - Hidden bay (north side of Hvar)

We start the day by visiting one of the most beautiful bays in Dalmatia, Pokrivenik. The next stop is the hidden bay (how we like to call it) and the amazing family-owned fish restaurant. The restaurant is 20km of dirt roads away from the nearest town, which makes it impossible to regularly import food. The restaurant fully depends on freshly caught fish and homemade delicacies. We're the only charter in Croatia that sails to this hidden bay. After all, there is no enough depth for 2 yachts to anchor there.

Day 7 - Sail back to port (Split)

The first stop is Lovrecina bay (Brac) and its beautiful sandy beach. We continue back to the port of Split after lunch.