Explore the stunning islands and coastline of Croatia from historic Dubrovnik to the Dalmatian capital of Split! Spend your days admiring the spectacular scenery and swimming in the Adriatic’s crystal clear water, whilst the afternoons are spent exploring historic towns, quaint villages and vibrant ports. All sure to make this a cruise to remember!
Day 1 Dubrovnik
Embarkation from 16.00hrs. This afternoon is at leisure to explore Dubrovnik on your own.
Day 2 Dubrovnik – Sipan / Trstenik
The morning is free to further explore the Old Town and visit Rector’s Palace or Franciscan Monastery. Depart during lunch for the island of Sipan, one of the small, unspoilt Elafiti Islands, or Trstenik on the Pelajesac Peninsula to enjoy swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing. (B, L)
Day 3 Sipan / Trstenik – Korcula
After breakfast, depart for Korcula, birthplace of Marco Polo featuring historic medieval architecture. On arrival in the late afternoon, join an optional guided walking tour to discover this small town with its fortress and impressive city walls. The town and island itself are renowned for having more legends, stories and monuments than anywhere else on the Dalmatian coast. (B, L)
Day 4 Korcula – Hvar
Depart early morning and head towards the Pakleni Islands to enjoy a swim before being served lunch. In the late afternoon you arrive in the lively port of Hvar Town on the island of Hvar which is famous for its lavender fields and vineyards. Join an optional guided walking tour of this historical town with its labyrinth of streets and famous Renaissance church. In the evening enjoy the abundance of restaurants, bars and cafes that line the port. (B, L)
Day 5 Hvar – Split
As you cruise back towards Split, today’s highlight will be the island of Brac, one of the most popular Adriatic islands. Stop for lunch and a swim at one of Croatia’s most famous beaches, Zlatni Rai, before arriving in Split where you'll discover the city’s Roman architecture on a tour of its centrepiece, Diocletian’s Palace. (B, L)
Day 6 Split
Farewell your fellow passengers as you disembark after breakfast. (B)
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Authentic and affordable: These cruises offer a great value option if you are seeking an authentic Croatian cruise at a very affordable price. They are popular with a range of travellers. The boats in this category are smaller and generally traditional-style with a wooden hull and air-conditioning in common areas. The exact ship for each cruise is not allocated until approximately one-two weeks prior to departure. The vessels allocated are similar and all cabins have a private en-suite shower/toilet and air conditioning. Expect simple but comfortable cabins and public areas. The images below are representative of various boats used in this category.
Dubrovnik was especially good but all of the stops were great.Mick, QLD