Cruise with us on Karaka, the magnificent replica of a Dubrovnik Republic traditional merchant ship from the 16th century and explore the picturesque white-stoned towns of the Elaphite Islands, enriched with lush green pine-trees and clear blue sparkling waters of the Adriatic Sea.
Indulge in beautiful local cuisine – a true delight for all your senses. The Elaphite Island Karaka cruise is one of the most wonderful ways to discover history while cruising on a warm summer day. We sail to the island of Koločep, covered in a dense pine forest with a picturesque fishermen’s village lying along the bay.
We will continue to the village of Suđurađ on the island of Šipan, a fisherman’s port with a 16th century summer villa of the Skočibuha family. Our last stop will be the island of Lopud, which boasts a long maritime tradition and is a home to famous captains and sailors. We will take a Lungomare walk to the Franciscan Monastery and the 19th century Gjorgic-Mayneri Park, with enough free time for swimming at one of the sandy beaches.
Departure from the hotel according to the plan.
* From May 1st to 31st and from August 21st to 31st departure from Lopud Island is at 4:30 PM, and arrival at Gruž Port is at 5:30 PM.
||Departure from port Gruž
||Arrival on Koločep island and free time
||Boat ride to Šipan
||Arrival on Šipan island and free time
||Departure from Šipan and lunch on board
||Arrival and free time on Lopud Island
||Departure from Lopud
||Arrival at port Gruž and transfer to hotels (from June 1st to August 20th)
* On September and October, departures from Lopud Island are at 4:00 PM and arrival at Gruž port is at 5:00 PM.
Included: Transfers, boat cruise, tour escort, welcome drink, buffet lunch and one beverage
Note: It is recommended to wear casually and bring hat, swimsuit, camera, sunscreen and towel
Lunch: Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese, salad of roasted vegetables, pasta with chicken and white sauce, grilled fish fillets, grilled chicken fillets with potato salad and seasonal salad, fresh seasonal fruit
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