Gastro & Wine

 01st Apr - 01st Nov
2,990 / Adult


Dalmatia is largest Croatian coastal region, well-known for its numerous sunny hours, clean, turquoise waters, ideal sailing conditions and calm sea. Discover with us, how to wine and dine like a true Croatian, while on a sailing tour.


How to wine and dine like a true Croatian, while on a sailing tour.

Dalmatia is largest Croatian coastal region, well-known for its numerous sunny hours, clean & turquoise waters, ideal sailing conditions and calm sea. On the Gastro & Wine sailing tour you will cruise along the magnificent Adriatic coastline, but what is even more exciting, you will be able to try the very best cuisine Croatia has to offer. As well, the region is famous for its authentic food and world-renowned wines, most of which you will taste during this sailing tour. Below you can find a list of indigenous products, as well as the list of the most popular dishes served in Croatian restaurants. We call it a MUST EAT list while in Croatia and we are positive you will want to come back for more.





(0 Review)

Tour Overview


April - November


7 days


Dubrovnik, Croatia


Split, Croatia

Min Age


Max People



  • 5 wineries
  • Transfers by tour program
  • Arrival/departure transfers from/to airport/marina
  • Wi-Fi
  • Yacht fuel & water
  • Final cleaning
  • Tourist tax
  • Dinghy with outboard engine
  • Bed sheets & towels


  • Plane ticket
  • Refundable security deposit


Day 1
  • 10:00


    The easiest way to describe this Adriatic pearl, protected by UNESCO as World Heritage, is to say that it is a museum on the open, surrounded by its famous City Walls, including centuries and centuries of proud history, naval tradition and extremely valuable cultural heritage. Thanks to their mighty skillful diplomacy, the rulers of the Dubrovnik Republic maintained their freedom during the entire Medieval times, even from the powerful Venetians and Otomans. To celebrate their freedom, or in Latin, libertas, the main summer event, Dubrovnik Summer Festival, features a ceremony of singing their anthem to the centuries-long freedom. Nowadays, it is a modern playground for moviemakers and world-known producers, placing their King’s Landing or setting for the new Robin Hood version, among these historical stone streets. It is very hard to point out which are the most famous sites in Dubrovnik, as they are all worth visiting, but your tour will include: Onofrio’s Fountain – the proof of how Dubrovnik was progressive in the Renaissance time and ensured clear water for all its citizens, the Franciscan Monastery, with the oldest pharmacy in Croatia, Stradun Street – the largest and most famous street in Dubrovnik, Orlando’s Column and the Cathedral, devoted to St Blaise (Croatian: Sveti Vlaho), the patron saint of Dubrovnik, worshipped as their protector for numerous centuries.

    In short:

    • Check-in at Charter XY.
    • Departure to the island of Lokrum and early dinner at the Lacroma restaurant.
    • Return to Dubrovnik in the evening.
    • City sightseeing, free night.

Day 2
  • 09.30


    Departure to the island of Šipan, visiting of olive groves and tasting. Swimming break and departure to Kobaš. Our arrival to Ston will be followed by a guided town tour of the town, most oftenly referred to as the home of the European ʺwall of Chinaʺ. The monumental, fortified walls of Ston were built by Dubrovnik Republic, in the 14th century, in order to defend the peninsula and the Republic. Originally, the wall was 7000 meters long, yet now they are left standing in the length of 5,5 km, and they represent the longest stone walls in Europe. The second most important site in Ston is the salt farm, which is still producing this ʺwhite goldʺ in the way that it was done in ancient Roman times.

    • Breakfast.
    • Departure to an island of Šipan.
    • Arrival at islnad of Šipan – visit of olive groves, production and olive oil tasting.
    • Departure from Šipan in the afternoon.
    • Swimming break (place and time depend on weather conditions).
    • Arrival at Kobaš
    • Taxi drive to Ston City, Oysters tasting and Salt Factory tour.
    • Eventing at Kobaš and dinner in restaurant Gastro Mare.

Day 3
  • 10:00


    Mljet is the southernmost and easternmost of the larger Adriatic islands of the Dalmatia region of Croatia. Untouched nature, the island’s mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests are ideal places to research the rich flora and fauna, and to peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural surroundings. Next one is Trstenik—a village situated on the southern coast of the Peljesac peninsula. It is connected to the Croatian mainland by the coastal road via Ston. Orebić is a port town and municipality in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county in Croatia. It is located on the Pelješac peninsula on the Dalmatian coast.

    • Breakfast.
    • Departure to an island of Mljet.
    • Arrival at island of Mljet around noon, swimming break and lunch at the boat.
    • Arrival at Trstenik in the afternoon.
    • Taxi drive to tasting tour at Grgić Winery, Matuško, St. Hills and Korta Katarina where dinner will be in restaurant.
    • Spending the night at Orebić.

Day 4
  • 10:00


    Stupe are two small islands – Vela and Mala Stupa – among a dozen of other islands of Korcula Archipelago. The island is sunny all day long although you can always find shade on the opposite side of the sun. It is better to avoid strong sunshine so to take parasol or beach shelter is recommended. There are indeed some patches of mature pine trees and makkia on the island which can also provide welcoming shade to avoid the sun when it is strong. The islands feature a small pebble beach as well as several large areas of smooth rocks suitable for sunbathing.

    Upon our arrival to Korčula, you will have a guided tour of the old town, which is often referred to as ʺmini Dubrovnikʺ, because of its elegant architecture and fortified city walls. The tour will include the City Gates, St Mark’s cathedral and a view of the house ruins of the island’s most famous resident from past times – Marco Polo. Legend says that this famous world-traveller, set his sails off into the unknown exactly from Korčula, taking his father and his uncle on his journeys. Another impressive, world-famous character is also tied to this ʺstone roseʺ – Bond.James Bond. How? It’s a secret we will tell you during our tour.

    • Breakfast.
    • Departure to an island of Stupe.
    • Swimming breat at island of Stupama followed by the lunch in the restaurant Moro.
    • Departure to an island of Korčula in the afternoon.
    • Free afternoon.
    • Dinner at Konoba Ranč Maha.

Day 5
  • 10:00


    Milna, Hvar. Milna is situated 6 km away from the town of Hvar, in a protected cove with two sandy beaches, separated from each other by a pine forest.

    Vis is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, off the Dalmatian Coast. In Vis town, parts of the ancient city walls remain, along with a thermae (public bath). Levaman Fortress houses the Archaeological Museum, with exhibits including a 4th-century-B.C. bronze head of the goddess Artemis and amphorae recovered offshore. On a small peninsula, St. Jerome’s Church and Monastery is built over an ancient Roman theater.

    • Departure in the morning, and breakfast on the go.
    • Around noon, arrival at Milna on Island of Hvar, swimming break and lunch at Konoba Kotin.
    • Departure to an Island of Vis.
    • Arrival at Island of Vis in the afternoon and workshop followed by the dinner at restaurant Roki’s.

Day 6
  • 09:45


    The Pakleni or Paklinski islands (about twenty islets) are located right opposite the town of Hvar. The name of this tiny archipelago comes from the word “paklina”, which is the pine resin once used to coat ships. The chain of islands is approximately 10 kilometres long, formed of limestone. This archipelago is the most beautiful part of the Hvar riviera and has numerous bathing places and a myriad of small, secluded bays with crystal claer sea.

    Stari Grad (Pharos) is the oldest town in Croatia. The same year – 384 b.c. when greek philoshoper Aristotel was born in Trakia, the greeks from the island of Paros in Agean sea have settled the town on the island of Hvar, and named it Pharos.

    Stari Grad (eng. “old town”) is historical heart of the island of Hvar. The town is situated in a landscape where the blue of the deep bay touches the green of the wide an famous field of Pharos, with vineyards and olive-groves. The town is surrounded with pine tree forest and cooled with summer breeze (maestral). In the hot summer days it is one of the rare Dalmatian places where the air is fresh and the sleep refreshing. A thousand years long history of the Town has left many monuments in the urban structure of the Town.

    • Breakfast.
    • Departure to an Paklinski Islands.
    • Arrival at Vinogradišće bay, swimming break and lunch.
    • Departure to an Stari Grad, Hvar.
    • Arrival at Stari Grad in the afternoon.
    • Guided tour of Stari Grad fields and wine tasting at Winery Tomić in the evening.

Day 7
  • 11:00


    Hvar is a port and resort town on the Croatian island of Hvar. Yachts fill its harbor in summer. Ferries connect the town with the several Pakleni Islands just offshore. These are home to secluded beaches, such as those around Ždrilca Bay, as well as rocky coves and pine forests. Hula Hula Beach in Hvar and Stipanska Beach on Marinkovac Island are known for their nightlife and lively bars.

    Lučice is a favourite cove amongst those who sail around this part of the Brač coastline. The cove has five endings in which you can always find a decent shelter from the wind. Besides those who sail, the cove is interesting for divers because of its cave on the western part of the cove. Along the sandy floor and the dense pine forest, the sea in Lučice has an exquisite sky-blue colour that simply invites the visitors for a swim. You can find accommodation in numerous summer houses, apartments and rooms. The nearby restaurants offer Dalmatian specialities and a rich selection of fresh fish.

    • Breakfast.
    • Departure to the Hvar.
    • Guided tour of Hvar.
    • Departure to Lučice bay.
    • Arrival at Lučice bay, swimming break and lunch.
    • Departure to Split in the afternoon.
    • Arrival at Split City and dinner.

Day 8
  • 09:00


    Check-out 9AM


Send inquiry about the Tour

Get in Touch Today!

Fill in the form below and let us start crafting your next unforgettable journey. Our travel experts are eager to turn your travel dreams into reality!

Invalid Input
Invalid Input
Please type your full name.
Invalid email address.
Invalid Input

Contact us +385 98 562 431

Follow Us


A highly professional, modern and successful charter agency that offers highest standards, quality, and safety with full professional support in yacht charter.

Welcome on board!

EN Funded by the European Union RGB WHITE

Contact Information