Sailing tour taking you from Split to Dubrovnik
From 3100 EUR / 23 250 HRK per boat
Tourist tax 1,35 EUR (10 HRK) per person per night, transit log 130 EUR (975 HRK) per booking, overnight marina fee, fuel, food and drinks for the skipper
People per boat:
Departure:09:00 o’clock / 9.00am Split
Arrival:18:00 o’clock / 6.00pm Dubrovnik
Meeting point:Toto Travel Office
Trumbićeva obala 2, 21000 Split
This is our newest addition to our fleet. Comfortable, spacious and modern.
Enjoy sailing from Split to Dubrovnik and visiting Hvar, Korčula, and Mljet island along the way.
Meet with our staff at our meeting point from where you will be transported to the marina. In case you are arriving with your car, let us know beforehand and we will send you the location of the marina and directions to the nearest parking lot.
We start our sail towards the Pakleni Islands, a group of islands known for its beautiful flora and small cozy bays. Enjoy peace and quiet on the boat or head to Palmizana bay where you can enjoy cocktails and good music during the day at the famous “Laganini beach bar” . This is the bay where you will spend the night.
Just across the canal you will find the town of Hvar – one of Croatia’s most popular destinations. This destination is famous for its old architecture and rich history. It’s also one of the top destinations for nightlife, with famous nightclubs such as Carpe Diem and Hula Hula Beach bar
Korčula (formerly known by the Greeks as Korkyra Melaina, due to its richness in vegetation) is the sixth-largest island in the Adriatic sea. The well-indented coast, a mild climate and pristine blue sea that invites you in on any of the islands’ secluded beaches have been favorable to the development of tourism, which has a long tradition.
Korčula is an island filled with history, revealing itself all the while you are walking along its fishbone patterned ancient streets.
Mljet is one of the most attractive Adriatic islands. Not just for the vast forests that remain untouched, but also for the fact that it is mostly free of mass tourism.
The vast majority of tourists are attracted to Pomena and its surroundings and the remainder of the island retains the unspoiled air of tranquillity that, according to legend, captivated Odysseus for seven years.
The oldest part of Dubrovnik, the Old Town is located east of Lapad at the bottom of Srd hill. It has well preserved cultural and historical heritage and is therefore inscribed on UNESCO’s List of World Heritage Sites.
Old Town’s streets and squares are stone-paved while the architecture consists of elegant terraced houses, monasteries, churches, palaces, galleries, and museums.
Enjoy the wonderful view from the sea as we arrive to Dubrovnik, and disembark by 18:00 o’clock / 6:00 pm.