Sail Croatia has launched a ‘Sailing Croatian Restaurants Route’ on their Private Yacht Tour experiences. The seven-day voyages run from April to October this year. Guests are able to follow Sail Croatia’s recommended route, or if they prefer, can create a personalised itinerary with the help of their local skipper, the cost of which is included in the package.
The recommended route departs from Split and takes passengers to some of the most eclectic and highly sought-after restaurants in Dalmatia, with calls to Hvar, the Pakleni Islands, Stari Grad, Vrboska and Makarska.
These unique foodie experiences are set in surroundings including vineyards, cliff faces, fishing villages and UNESCO-protected sites. As well as sampling the likes of local seafood and quality cuts of meat, guests can order Croatian delicacies such as peka, which is a traditional slow cooked dish of meat and vegetables prepared over an open fire.
Prices are from €387pp and offer private sailings onboard yachts ranging in size from six to 10 people. The fare includes return airport transfers, insurance and Wi-Fi.
Grant Seuren, Sail Croatia director, said: “We can’t wait for guests to sample our new fine dining route, as all restaurants have been hand-picked for their glowing accolades or tales of premium foodie experiences from our skippers and past customers. Guests are guaranteed a truly unique, insider’s guide to gourmet dining in Croatia.
“From restaurants hidden down cobblestone alleyways to traditional konobas, from UNESCO sites to Michelin star dining, Dalmatian dining has it all.”
For more information visit: https://www.sail-croatia.com/set-sail/sailing-croatian-restaurants-route.