People have been flocking to Croatia to explore the alluring Dalmatian Coast and get a feel of the country’s rich history and culture by way of a sailing trip from time immemorial. Famous for its pristine beaches and historical landmarks, this is the right time to visit this magical region on one of the most fabulous Croatian cruise itineraries.
SPLIT TO DUBROVNIK
Day One-Check-in Split
Embark your ship in the evening for the welcome meeting and dinner with the Captain and the Cruise Director, the crew and your fellow passengers. While you can embark early also, cabins will only be assigned after 1pm.
After breakfast enjoy an early morning guided tour of the Old Town and the legendary Diocletian Palace in Split. You return to the ship and the ship sets sail at noon for Omis. Explore the ancient town on the delta of the Cetina River and later cruise towards Pucisca village on Brac island. Walk the streets and admire the exquisite Mediterranean architecture. Overnight at Pucisca.
Start next morning for Bol, famous for Zlatni Rat, the best beach for swimming in Croatia. Stroll around the town and return for lunch onboard. After lunch, cruise towards Hvar island, the party hub of Croatia. A guided tour will explain about the traditional lavender farming art of Hvar. Evening free to explore and dine on your own. Overnight Hvar.
We head the next morning to Bisevo to explore the magical Blue Cave. Enjoy the natural phenomenon created by the sunlight and dive deep to view the mysterious blue depths. Next stop is Vis, the Pearl of the Adriatic, which served as a military base for years. Evening free to explore Vis. Overnight at Vis.
After a swim stop on the way and lunch onboard you arrive at Korcula is the birthplace of Marco Polo and is best explored by a guided tour of the narrow cobbled streets. Rest of the day is free to enjoy a meal at the fine dining restaurants of your choice. Overnight at Korcula.
Day Six- Mljet National Park
After a hearty breakfast cruise to Mljet National Park. Marvel at the beauty of the Korcula archipelago till you reach the entrance of the park. Visit the Great and Small Lakes and the islet of St Mary with the magnificent Benedictine Monastery dating back to the 12th century. Overnight at Mljet.
Day Seven- Dubrovnik
Your last stop will be Dubrovnik but not before enjoying the beautiful Elaphite Islands where you stop to swim and have lunch. Arrive at Dubrovnik in the afternoon and go on a guided tour of hill above the town to view the marvelous city. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of the city center, the city walls and take a cable car ride to Mount Srd. Overnight at Dubrovnik.
Day Eight- Dubrovnik
Enjoy your final breakfast onboard and day farewell to everyone before you disembark from the ship. Tour ends at Dubrovnik.
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