Dalmatian Islands

There is nothing like taking a private boat down the Adriatic Coast and exploring the Dalmatian islands. They are exquisite and varied and full of history, art and architecture.

Tours & Regions

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Boat Life

Over the years we have sourced some beautiful 'gulet' style boats for families and groups of friends. The boats are very comfortable and each have an board chef. Our local guides can meet you at ports to show you the sights.

Mlijet monastery

Odysseus spent seven years with Calypso on the peaceful island of Mljet before returning home to Ithaca. Today the island is a National Park and you can enjoy a picnic and a gentle hike to the beautiful salt water lakes. Korcula is the birth-place of Marco Polo and mixes some wonderful art with beautiful beaches. Vis and Hvar are two of our other favourite islands.

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Some Culture

Romans, Byzantines, Venetians and Croatian Sovereigns have all left their mark on the island villages and coastal towns. Many of the towns feel very Venetian, harking back to the time when Venice ruled this part of the Mediterranean. Hvar is perhaps the most beautiful. Our expert guides will show Diocletian's Palace in Split and Dubrovnik after the tourists have gone. You will discover everything from grand palaces and churches to Renaissance paintings and contemporary art galleries,

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Drop anchor in secluded bays for swimming; the boat captains know where to go. The islands of Lopud and Šipan make for a blissful rest-stop. Then navigate on to Hvar when the sun goes down and head ashore for its chic boutiques, restaurants and bars. Visit the island of Vis for its vineyards and delicious local wines.