Direct flights from Vilnius to Dubrovnik. Indirect flights to Split.

Summers in Croatia are hot and dry, with the average daytime temperature in July and August reaching around +24 degrees Celsius. Typically, daytime temperatures range between 27-30 degrees, while nights cool to 20-22 degrees. The Adriatic Sea's water temperature along the Croatian coast in July averages about +27 degrees Celsius, with some areas seeing temperatures rising as high as +30 degrees. This warmth makes it an inviting destination for swimming and water activities during the summer months. 

This could be your perfect vacation in the Adriatic Sea, which bathes all the southwestern shores of Croatia. This coast is characterized by a fascinating diversity of nature, attracting tourists from all over the world who want to explore the country, its culture, or simply relax. There are 260 sunny days a year here, ensuring ample opportunities for swimming. In total, small Croatia boasts 1,145 islands, ranging from small to truly large ones.

Shipping and infrastructure are well developed in Croatia. Water tourism is extremely popular here. The country boasts many well-equipped marinas with shops and cafes, offering a wide selection of yachts, motorboats, catamarans, and other water vehicles for rent. The pleasure boating season spans from May to October, perfect for both romantics and adventurous groups of friends.

Croatia hosts numerous pleasure boat companies, offering a vast array of choices, from boats for two to the largest catamarans for entire friend groups, for independent travel or with a captain. Most of these ships are new and feature modern designs. They are comfortably equipped for living—cozy bedrooms, well-equipped kitchens, comfortable toilets and showers, spacious living rooms, and even more spacious decks, ensuring a perfect relaxation experience.

Stopping in UNESCO-protected cities and towns, you'll discover a wealth of architecture, history, museums, quaint souvenir shops, cozy cafes, and excellent restaurants. Fresh oysters, fish, or other seafood can be bought directly from fishermen along the shore, offering a great opportunity to test your culinary skills on board.


Italy, known for its rich cultural heritage and diverse landscapes, boasts over 450 islands scattered along its picturesque coastline. Among these, around 70 are inhabited, each surrounded by azure waters and offering stunning beaches. The landscapes vary from rolling hillsides to rugged cliffs, presenting a visual feast for visitors. With a tourism industry dating back centuries, Italy welcomes over 60 million visitors annually, drawn by its historical sites, many of which are UNESCO world heritage sites.

During the peak summer months of July and August, Italy experiences warm weather, with daytime temperatures averaging between 28 to 32 degrees Celsius, while nights cool to around 18 to 22 degrees. The Mediterranean Sea's water temperature along the Italian coast in these months hovers around 25 to 28 degrees Celsius, providing a refreshing respite from the summer heat. In May and September, the air temperatures range from 22 to 26 degrees during the day and approximately 15 to 20 degrees at night, with water temperatures holding at a pleasant 20 to 23 degrees Celsius.

You can easily access Italy’s ports through various transportation options, with major cities like Rome, Naples, and Palermo serving as gateways to stunning coastal destinations.

Embarking on a sailing adventure or renting a motorboat, visitors can explore some of the most captivating islands, including Sicily, Sardinia, Capri, and the Aeolian Islands. Each island offers a blend of charming cafes, bustling markets, and unique local culture. Some smaller islands might limit transportation options, offering exploration opportunities on foot or via local modes like scooters or bicycles.

Following your explorations, indulging in the clear Mediterranean waters becomes irresistible, whether to cool off from the sun or to enjoy the warmth on deck.

Before concluding your journey, ensure you collect some local specialties such as olive oils, wines, or artisanal crafts, which reflect the essence of Italian culture and gastronomy.

This Italian island-hopping adventure is recommended for a duration of 7 to 14 days, providing ample time to immerse yourself in the diverse experiences each island offers.


Direct flights from VIlnius to Athens and Corfu on Thursdays. Indirect flights to Athens and Heraclion and a daily basis.

Greece boasts over 6,000 islands, approximately 200 of which are inhabited, surrounded by stunning emerald waters and boasting excellent beaches. Their landscapes vary from lush greenery to steep rocks, offering diverse and visually appealing scenery. Tourism in Greece has flourished since ancient times, drawing in more than 16 million visitors annually. The country is rich in historical sites, many of which are UNESCO world heritage sites.

During the summer months of July and August, Greece experiences warm weather, with average daytime temperatures reaching around 30-35 degrees Celsius, while nighttime temperatures drop to about 20-25 degrees. The Adriatic Sea's water temperature in these months averages around 25-27 degrees Celsius, providing a refreshing escape from the summer heat. In May and September, the air temperature is slightly cooler, ranging from 25-30 degrees during the day and around 18-22 degrees at night, with water temperatures maintaining a pleasant range of 22-25 degrees Celsius.

A direct flight from Vilnius can transport you to Athens in just a few hours, from where you can easily access Alimas port via public transport or taxi, offering a glimpse of the wonderful Saronia Bay.

Embarking on a sailing yacht, motorboat, or catamaran, you can explore some of the most beautiful and authentic islands, such as Poros, Hydra, Spetses, Aegina, among others, each hosting numerous cafes, shops, and markets. Some Greek islands are so quaint that transportation is limited, with exploration possible only by moped or donkey.

Following your sightseeing adventures, you'll likely seek solace in the crystal-clear waters, taking respite from the scorching sun or, conversely, basking on the deck to soak up the warmth.

Before returning to the ship, ensure you stock up on local olives and olive oil, often referred to by locals as 'Greek gold.' And Greek cuisine? A plate of delicious Greek salad paired with a glass of local wine will perfectly encapsulate the essence of your day's experiences.

The recommended duration for this trip ranges from 7 to 14 days, allowing ample time to savor the diverse offerings of these enchanting Greek islands.