Trogir to Montenegro



Prior to embarking HAPPY ME guests can enjoy one of the most beautiful historic towns to visit so it comes as no surprise she is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site. The maze-like cobbled streets and impressive architecture invite visitors to experience the authentic Dalmatian history.


Stari Grad

For our first stop we anchor off a secluded calm bay, a 10  minute tender ride away from the old, quaint town of  Starigrad, home to several vineyards and a 16th century  castle. Before heading back to the bay take a stroll along  the picturesque promenade

Day 2


The sleepy island of Vis is still to this day relatively unknown to tourists however some may recognise her as the backdrop for Mama Mia 2! With a rich military history there are plenty
of things to see, hop in a 4×4 Jeep and take a tour around the island to see the WWII abandoned tunnels, ex Yugoslavia President’s Tito’s hiding place or for the experienced divers there are plenty of underwater plane and shipwrecks sites surrounding the island.
From the crystal clear waters of the blue caves, the adorable fishing village of Komiza to the best view of the island at 587m on Mount Hum – Vis is certain to leave memories that
last a lifetime.

Day 3


The beautiful island of Hvar is known as the “queen” of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. She has held a position of importance throughout her history due to her strategic location. The Pakleni islands are a beautiful archipelago that sit just in front of Hvar town and with many small bays and lagoons is well worth a visit. Many tourists flock to Hula Hula for sunset before taking the short boat taxi to the near by island to visit Carpe Diem Beach until the early hours of the morning

Day 4


Korcula is not only brimming with natural beauty but also with olive groves, wineries and tradition. As one of the best preserved medieval towns you can visit where Marko Polo
was born or the 15th century Gothic-Renaissance Cathedral that took 3 centuries to build and if you are lucky you might catch the local sword dance known as “Moreska”.

Day 5


Mljet national park is a must-visit destination for nature  lovers who want to experience the pristine beauty of the  Mediterranean. While it’s not a large park, its compact size allows for easy exploration and a sense of intimacy with nature. Drop anchor in a secluded cove to enjoy a morning of snorkelling and kayaking, or head to shore and explore the coastline and its blanket of forest by foot or bicycle.

Day 6


Known as the “pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik has an abundance of history, picturesque architecture, and a landscape teaming with cultural treasures. Spend the day exploring the stunning harbour and getting lost in the ancient beauty of the old town which dates back to the 16th century. Gaze up at the high stone city walls before venturing up steep hills by cable car for a delicious restaurant lunch with panoramic views. A must visit to Nautika restaurant for the best views overlooking the Adriatic

Day 7


We cross over to the “fairy” medieval town of Kotor, nestled between the sea and the grey mountains of Montenegro. The location, landscape, rich historical heritage and UNESCO
status make it a must-see addition to your trip. Made of contrasts – the old squares with modern cafes, the sounds of serenade and live music, the echo of the footsteps down the narrow cobblestone alleys and lazy purr of cats lying in the sun. Kotor has something for everyone

Day 8

Porto Montenegro

End your charter at the beautiful and luxurious Porto Montenegro, near Tivat. Amongst the vibrant atmosphere and palm tree lined promenade you will find plenty of side walk cafes, restaurants and luxury shops to suit every taste. 


Download this itinerary and make sure you don’t miss any of the highlights of your trip