Experience the stunning and historic highlights of Croatia in deluxe style on this round trip cruise! See the famed city walls of Dubrovnik; the Old Town of Split; the stunning natural beauty of Mljet; the ever changing beach of Zlatni Rat. These plus many more will surely make this a cruise to remember!
DAY 1 SPLIT
Your journey begins with a shared arrival transfer to MS New Star where embarkation begins at 1.00pm. Once settled in your cabin, venture into Split’s historic Old Town during some free time. Tonight meet your travelling companions and Tour Manager at a welcome reception on board.
DAY 2 SPLIT – KORCULA
Early this morning cruise to Korcula, an island rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. Arrive in Korcula Town, after lunch, for a guided tour. As you walk through the narrow, cobblestone streets, learn of the town’s peculiar building pattern and the history of famed merchant explorer, Marco Polo, who was supposedly born on the island. (B, L)
DAY 3 KORCULA – SLANO/STON – DUBROVNIK
Your first stop today is the town of Slano, on Croatia’s mainland. From here, depart for Ston to visit a local oyster farm and learn how they are cultivated, followed by a sample of local oysters, mussels and wine. Afterwards, continue to Dubrovnik, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ and a Croatian highlight. (B, D)
DAY 4 DUBROVNIK
Today, enjoy a full day to explore the ancient city of Dubrovnik. First, embark on a guided tour through the limestone streets of the Old Town, listed as UNESCO World Heritage site. Afterwards, journey to Srd Mountain via cable car and be rewarded with incredible panoramic views of the Old Town and nearby Elaphite Islands. (B)
DAY 5 DUBROVNIK – MLJET
Swap limestone for lush vegetation as you depart Dubrovnik for Mljet Island, home to a spectacular National Park. Upon arrival, see the Great and Little Lakes, turquoise in colour and a stunning sight. Take a short boat ride to the Island of St. Mary to visit the 12th Benedictine Monastery and the resident donkeys. (B, L, D)
DAY 6 MLJET – HVAR
This morning continue to Hvar, the longest and sunniest island in Croatia. The island features more UNESCO heritage than any other as well as Europe’s oldest public theatre (outdating Shakespeare’s Globe in England). (B, L)
Note: in peak season (Jul-Aug), due to limited capacity in Hvar harbour, the port of call can be substituted for Stari Grad/Jelsa. In that case transfers by bus will be organised to and from Hvar Town.
DAY 7 HVAR – BRAC – SPLIT
Continue north to Bol, on the island of Brac, home to the famous Zlatni Rat beach. Enjoy free time here to relax on the beach, swim in the clear waters of the Adriatic, or simply stroll along the coastline. Return to your ship and cruise back to the ancient city of Split. Upon arrival join a guided walking tour that will introduce you to Split’s Old Town, which has evolved from the ruins of the remarkable Diocletian’s Palace. (B, L)
DAY 8 SPLIT
Your cruise concludes with a transfer for your onward journey. (B)
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