One of the extraordinary charter routes with which you can explore central and southern Dalmatia includes a visit to Split, Palmižana on the Pakleni islands, Komiža on the island of Vis, the island of Biševo, the island of Korčula, the island of Lastovo and the island of Brač. This route allows you to experience the spectacular beaches, crystal clear sea and rich cultural heritage of this part of the Adriatic coast.
Your journey begins in Split, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean cities. You can explore the historic center of the city, including Diocletian's Palace, which is under the protection of UNESCO. Also, visit the colorful waterfront and enjoy local cuisine in one of the many restaurants.
The next destination on your route is Palmižana on the Pakleni Islands. This group of islands is located not far from Hvar and offers incredible beaches, turquoise sea and a peaceful atmosphere. Palmižana is known for its luxurious marinas, restaurants and bars. Here you can enjoy swimming, diving and exploring untouched nature.
After that, you continue your journey towards Komiža on the island of Vis. Komiža is an authentic fishing village that enchants with its beauty. You can walk along picturesque streets, visit local shops and enjoy traditional Dalmatian dishes. Also, don't miss the opportunity to visit the island of Biševo, which is famous for the Blue Cave, one of the biggest natural attractions in the region.
Islet Šćedro is a protected nature park due to its exceptional untouched natural beauty. Numerous hidden coves, intoxicating scents of Mediterranean vegetation and the shimmer of the crystal clear sea provide an exceptional experience for every visitor. The next destination is the island of Korčula and the fascinating, walled historic town of Korčula.
The island of Korčula was historically called the Black Island because of its dense and lush pine forests. Here you must definitely taste the world-famous wines from the autochthonous Grk and Pošip varieties, as well as visit numerous bays of incredible beauty. The old town of Korčula is the birthplace of Marco Polo. In its narrow and charming streets, which are arranged like fish bones, it hides numerous historical sights and impressive architecture. It is definitely worth walking along the massive city walls, visiting the Gothic-Renaissance Cathedral of St. Mark, the city hall, as well as the beautiful Franciscan monastery from the 15th century on the islet of Badija.
After Korčula, you continue your journey towards Polače on the island of Mljet, which is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful islands of the Adriatic Sea. It is covered with lush forest, lakes and untouched natural beauty, and the entire western part of the island is a National Park. You can tour and explore the national park by walking, cycling or canoeing. Or you can simply enjoy the relaxing surroundings of the lake and natural landscapes.
Lastovo is a protected nature park and an island of lush greenery, vineyards, olive groves, vegetable gardens, numerous magical coves and beaches. This paradise for yachtsmen is a delight for all the senses because, in addition to natural and cultural wealth, Lastovo also offers a diverse gastronomic offer.
The island of Brač abounds in magical bays, dense pine and cypress forests, and hills covered with vineyards. On Brač, you can explore impressive historical sights, but also enjoy the world-famous Zlatni Rat beach.
The Southern Dalmatia charter route that includes Split, Palmižana on the Pakleni islands, Komiža on the island of Vis, the islands of Biševo, Mljet, Korčula and Brač offers you incredible experiences and the diversity that this part of the Adriatic has to offer. Enjoy beautiful beaches, explore historic cities and discover natural beauty that will take your breath away.