My advice is a little different. We have spent most winters at anchor in both the Ionian
and Aegean over the last 8 years. November is the time of year the first storms can come through, either from the N or S (we have had both), so caution is needed, especially with a boat newly purchased.
You do get patches of several days (usually not more) of moderate winds in a consistent direction. This is a trip less than 300nm. I would suggest picking a three day window of 15-20 knot
northerlies and simply making the passage
in one go. This is not a time of year to be taking it easy and sightseeing. You may need to wait a couple of weeks for ideal conditions, but the caution is worthwhile.
Certainly look closely at all the places you could pull into along the way, as particularly with a boat new to you, unforseen problems may occur, but I suggest aiming to make the passage
in one go unless time is unlimited and you can sit and wait in Montenegro for the next good forecast
While you are waiting in Split for ideal conditions, it would be a good idea to head
out for a few day trips as a "shake down". Split has lots of facilities for repair, there is little along the way to Corfu.