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8 days in Southern Croatia on a luxury yacht

8 days in Southern Croatia on a luxury yacht

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Cavtat, Croatia
Day 1

Chilling out in Cavtat

Southern Croatia is a superyacht hotspot. The islands and coastline are characterised by fishing and are rich in history and culture. The coastline is also home to some of the Mediterranean's top party destinations as well as beautiful palaces, fortresses and quiet nature preserves.

From Cavtat and the major city of Dubrovnik in the south to the island towns of Korcula, Vis, Hvar and Stari Grad, to Split and Trogir further north, this area is not only a sought after destination for charter yachts, but for holiday makers from around the world.

Whether you are looking for a quiet vacation during which to appreciate Croatia’s history and scenery, or want to be among the who’s who at the best anchorages and night spots, a private cruise or a luxury yacht charter in South Croatia is a great option.

Day 1 — Chilling out in Cavtat

Chill out in Cavtat after arriving in Dubrovnik airport. Perhaps take a dive with Epidaurum, one of the best Mediterranean underwater ruins, and discover some of the many Greek and Roman relics that tell Croatia’s story. Treat yourself to a night in Hotel Croatia’s Presidential suite, and from the large terrace, admire spectacular views of the Adriatic and Dubrovnik’s city walls. Sip cocktails in the piano bar and dine casually or in style at the hotel or try the fresh lobster at Leut in the centre of Cavtat.

Picture courtesy of Opis Zagreb/Shutterstock.com

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