– Good food
– Good wine & beer
– Beautiful places to explore
– Comfortable accommodation
These are the four main things any older couple travelling without children would want on their perfect cruise experience. The itinerary laid out below is the perfect mixture of these important things.
Different routes are flexible with gulet cruise holidays, which is one of the main reasons these types of holidays are the best and provide the perfect balance between a relaxing and exciting cruise.
Check out just some of the amazing places you can visit on a typical gulet cruise:
With over 2,000 years of urban tradition, Trogir has a wealth of culture and history embedded into its heritage – in fact, in 1997, this town was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. There are also some quiet bays nearby if you want to escape the crowds.
The food in Croatia is to die for – fresh fish, vegetables and local dishes will make your cruise even more perfect. And what is better than having dinner with a sea view in a beautiful bay?
Island Šolta is a nice, relaxing start to your cruise after the long trip to Croatia.
Blue cave is one of Croatia’s most well-known natural splendours.
There is also a very interesting military base that Vis is home to.
There is also the lesser-known Green Cave.
You can also take a trip to the beautiful Stiniva Bay.
The gulet harbours at the Pakleni Islands.
You can visit the majestic Hvar Town in the evening.
Tarsce – one of many bays around the Pakleni Islands.
Hvar tends to become loud during the night as bars and clubs open up – most customers prefer to have a quiet night’s sleep in Starigrad on Hvar Island. It is just 18km from Hvar, so travel is not too disruptive to your night.
St. Nedelja is a trip you don’t want to miss.
Vis and Hvar both offer wine tasting experiences and trips in-land.
Pučišća is the pinnacle of the stone extraction and cutting industry. It has a stone-mason’s school – the only type in Croatia – and continues the stone-mason’s tradition.
Golden Cape – this is one of the most remarkable beaches in the world.
Bol town – a vibrant and interesting place to visit.
Drvenik village – amazing bays and scenery.
How to begin the cruise of a lifetime:
Everyone is different, and so everyone wants something different out of their cruise. You can have the cruise of a lifetime – it’s simple, just:
1. Determine your specific needs and expectations.
2. Figure out which gulet (and crew) will be perfect for you and will give you the best cruise you want.
3) Work out how to organize food and drink whilst on board – and combine them with activities you will love to do.
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