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Explore Luxury Yacht Stag Package and Croatian yachting vacation visiting places like Split, Hvar, Pakleni Island, Biševo Island & Blue Cave, Zlatni Rat – Island of Brac, Zadar, Island of Pag & Zrće beach, Šibenik, Dubrovnik and relaxation on the breathtaking Dalmatian Islands.
The city was originally built around the Diocletian palace (Roman fort) in Dalmatia, Croatia. Because of its ideal climate, with 2,800 hours of sunlight each year, local people have a few nicknames for Split: “The most beautiful city in the world” and “Mediterranean flower”. Wandering the historic centre of Split you can still clearly see the Roman walls, squares, and temples rich in history and culture.
Many famous Croatian sports people are born in Split, so locals often nicknamed their city as “The sportiest city in the world”. The most popular sport institution is the football club Hajduk. The whole city is painted with the club’s colors and logo. This is done by Torcida, the oldest supporters group in Europe, established in 1950.
Beside the bell tower of St. Duje, the symbols of the city are the Dalmatian dog and a donkey. Locals have a high place for the donkey because of its past indispensable place in field work and transport across Dalmatian mountains.
The idyllic island of Hvar is a very popular stop off during a Croatia luxury yacht vacation, known for its great parties, fragrant fields of lavender, beautiful hills, historical sites and top wines, some of the most famous sorts of Croatian wines and wineries in Croatia.
You will absolutely love the city of Hvar! Voted as one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world, the island of Hvar is an unforgettable attraction with its historical Venetian palaces, fine local restaurants, hippest bars and night clubs.
With an average of 7.7 sunshine hours per day, Hvar is the sunniest island on the Croatian coast and that’s how it earned its nickname „the island of the sun“.
Hvar Town may be the most stunning town on the island but Stari Grad, the oldest village on the island, and Jelsa, as well as a smattering of small villages, dotting the coast or nestled in the lush interior, are well worth a visit.
Whatever you’re in for, what happens on Pakleni otoci (Hell’s Islands in English), stays on Hell’s Islands. During the day you can do what everyone does when they’re on holidays in Croatia – swim, relax, eat great Croatian cuisine and enjoy the sun. After getting yourself sun-kissed, you can take your hot body to the famous cocktail bar, and mingle.
The bar is scenic; situated in a large shallow bay on a sandy beach, surrounded by pine trees, fragrant lavender and rosemary bushes, you’re bound to have a great time. For the insatiable ones, there’s always an after beach party where you can watch a mind-blowing sunrise with a favorite cocktail in your hand.
The island of Biševo is an island located in the centre of the Dalmatian archipelago, five kilometers southwest of the island of Vis. The coastal sea belt is a rich fishing area. A Benedictine monastery was founded on Biševo in 1050 by Ivan Grlić from Split, but it was deserted two centuries later because of the danger of pirates. The church of Saint Sylvester is preserved near the ruins of the monastery.
Most of the coastline is represented by high cliffs and high overhanging walls, while some of the most beautiful beaches are located in several bays. Stony shore of the island hides many bays and coves, as well as a large number of caves (26 according to some authors).
Of the numerous coastal caves, the most famous are Blue Cave or Biševska cave and Medvedina. Cave Medvidina is located on the southern coast of the island, below the highest peak of the island, the Straženice. Medvidina is 160 meters deep long cave that narrows down to the end, where a small pebble beach is located. The cave used to be inhabited by the Mediterranean monk seal, and it was named after it. The entrance to the cave is 14 meters wide and 20 meters high. The blue cave of Biševo (Blue Grotto) is located on the eastern coast of the island Bisevo in the bay Balun. It consists of two halls, with a total length of 36 m. It was followed by waves and it is partly submerged. Through a natural opening below the sea level sunlight at mid-day penetrates to the white rocks on the bottom, where they are reflected to illuminate the walls of the cave in blue and objects under the water in silvery color.
The cave has always been known to the local population, but it was popularised by the Austrian diplomat and naturalist Eugene Ransonnet-Villez since 1884. The Bisevo cave is protected since 1951. as a geomorphological monument of nature. The proof that the sea around Biševo still hides many secrets is a recent discovery of another wreckage of the aircraft from Second World War, most likely heavy bomber B24 Liberator, at a depth of 85-90 meters and on the western side of the island. There are several nice beaches on the island of Biševo, most popular being sand beaches in Porat and Salbunora and pebble beach in Mezuporat.
The next stop we’re sailing to is Vis, a beautiful remote island surrounded by the central Dalmatian archipelago and its numerous small islands. During the day, this island is a quiet oasis of peace and you can explore its world-wide famous caves, as well as enjoy fine wine and mouthwatering local Croatian cuisine.
As a free activity, you can attend a Military tour which takes you deep underground into the military complex tunnels that were built during WWII. These tunnels were a well-kept secret, until 1992, when it got opened for sight-seeing.
Yugoslavia’s most famous leader Tito was ordered to hide here by Churchill. Nowadays, there is a relaxed and beautiful island that is a great getaway from the larger cities that connect Vis with the mainland.
from 08:00h – 10:00h
Departure from HTL – Island of Hvar/Split
Optional: Sightseeing Blue grotto, Visiting Green grotto,
Cruising trough Stiniva bay
12:00h – 18:00h
Visiting island Budikovac
Visiting Palmizana bay, free timne for swimming
Visiting Sv. Nedjelja – Hvar Island
Optional: free time for lunch by the sea
Optional: visiting Island of Vis
Return to HTL Hvar/Split harbour
Book your private yacht transfer from Hvar to/from Split or other destination in Croatia with Antropoti.
Pick one or more destinations and with our top equipped boats and professional crew create unforgettable memories of places you desired to see.
Split – Hvar
Hvar – Split
Palmižana – Hvar
Hvar – Palmižana
Split – Palmižana
Palmižana – Split
*other cities at request
You can always add some extras per your choice:
Panoramic flights & Air taxi
Olive Oil Tasting
Private skipper, a motor yacht at your full disposal with fuel, skipper and refreshment (water, juice) included.
*Excursion is weather permitted
TO HVAR AND PAKLENI ISLANDS
TO BRAC ISLAND AND BOL BEACH
TO VIS ISLAND AND KOMIZA
TO BISEVO ISLAND
TO SOLTA ISLAND
TO PAG – ZRCE
TO PAG ISLAND
TO PAG – ZRCE
TO LJUBLJANA – SLOVENIA
TO BUDVA – MONTENEGRO
TO BELGRADE – SERBIA
It is also possible to book this tour with ground transfer according to your wishes and needs if guests want PICK -UP and DROP-OFF from/to all Airports/Marinas/Ferry ports/Hotels and Resorts in Croatia and abroad.
One Way Transfer Airport – to/from the capital city Zagreb / Zadar / Split / Dubrovnik / Pula / Montenegro / Bosnia and Herzegovina / Slovenia / Italia / Belgrade / Vienna / Budapest
*Prices in EUR.
PRICES INCLUDES: fuel, tolls, parking, drinks for stretch limo and water for premium vehicles.
For more info please visit our website for limousine service here
Private Jets & Helicopters: base Croatia / Slovenia / Montenegro / Serbia / Italy / Austria
Please visit our website for Air charter here
Price (with transfer): at request
Restrictions – This activity can be canceled in the unlikely event of bad weather and rough seas.
Please visit our Yacht charter antropoti website for more info and yachts and feel free to contact us.