Experience some of Croatia’s top island retreats during this flexible-length, private group boat tour from Split or Trogir. Explore the ancient Roman village of Milna, climb inside Napoleon-era ‘sea tunnels,’ tour a 15th-century monastery in Bol, and enjoy some beach time at Zlatni Rat, one of Europe’s most beautiful. Snorkel gear, jackets, and fuel costs are included.
Explore the beaches and villages of Island Brac during a private group boat tour
Wander through the ancient Roman-era village of Milna
Marvel at Zlatni Rat, a 'V-shaped' beach known as one of Europe's best
Explore the charming town of Bol, including its 15th-century monastery
Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
Great way to design a customized adventure on the Croatian coast
Pick a departure time that works for your group, choosing to depart from the cruise port in either Trogir or Split. You’ll continue by boat to your first stop, the island of Brac, where you’ll have time to discover the ancient city of Milna. Sip on a coffee as you discover the Roman history of this picturesque fishing village.
Continue to another spot on the island where you can explore a series of military “sea tunnels” which date back to the era of Napoleon’s Europe. Climb around and make sure to snap a few images of you and your group members playing around inside. You’ll proceed to the town of Bol, where you’ll get a look at the town’s 15th-century monastery.
Take a break in Bol to grab some lunch (own expense), choosing from among its collection of waterfront eateries. After your meal, walk to Zlatni Rat, one of the Europe’s most visually striking beaches, to spend some time sunbathing and snapping photos of the beach’s unique “V-shape” geography.
Return back to your original departure port at the end of the trip, arriving in Trogir at 6:30pm or in Split at 6pm.