DAY 1 : Dubrovnik
The ACI marina has a supermarket and restaurants but take a bus into the Old Town for dinner. The walled city of Dubrovnik is an impressive medieval city.
DAY 2 : Okuklje (20nm)
A peaceful little village and attractive landlocked anchorage on the island of Mljet. Okuklje can be quite busy with visiting yachts, but there is usually space for one more. There is one restaurant in the harbour.
DAY 3 : Polace, Mljet (10nm)
The western extremity of Mljet island is a National Park. Polace is a sheltered anchorage within the National Park with a few restaurants and a mini market.
DAY 4 : Korcula (17nm)
The historic town of Korcula with its narrow streets, old buildings, walls and towers is a fascinating place and deserves plenty of time spent wandering around its streets soaking up the atmosphere. If the marina is full, anchor in the bay and walk across the headland.
DAY 5 : Pomena (14nm)
The tourist centre of the island of Mljet. Hotel Odisej is located in a nice forested cove, surrounded by islets.
DAY 6 : Sipansk Luka (24nm)
Sipan island offers undisturbed anchorages with a friendly village atmosphere at the main town of Sipansk Luka. An amazing botanical garden has developed along the mainland coast between Slano and Ston where ancient seafarers brought plants from all over the world. The town is a pleasingly scruffy confusion of fishing boats, nets and rusty anchors, a crumbling palazzo and a few open air restaurants.
DAY 7 : Dubrovnik (15nm)
Take time to explore this beautiful historic town and catch up on any last minute shopping.