8 days / 7 nights - Cruise
Dubrovnik to Split
Welcome to Dubrovnik, the "Pearl of the Adriatic". Upon arrival at the airport, you will be greeted by our representative and they will get you settled aboard your transfer and you'll be on your way to Dubrovnik's Gruž harbour. Once you reach the harbour, you will be able to check in. Cabins will be ready for you from 2 p.
m. However, if arriving early, you'll be able to safely deposit your luggage aboard the ship. You are free to enjoy Dubrovnik until the evening, when we will serve the Welcome dinner aboard the ship and your cruise manager will introduce you to the entire crew.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast, we will visit the old town of Dubrovnik, where a local guide will take you on a sightseeing tour of the UNESCO protected old town, acquainting you with the its most important monuments and hidden spots. After returning to the ship, we set sail for Mljet, one of the most beautiful and most densely forested islands of the Adriatic. Isolated and untouched, the island is known for its mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests.
Take in the rich flora and fauna, and peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of natural surroundings. On our way to Mljet, we will stop for a swim in one of many picturesque bays dotting the coast. Upon arrival in Pomena in the late afternoon you will be able to enjoy your free time until the Captain's dinner, which will be served on board.
Overnight in Pomena.
After breakfast, a visit to the national park encompassing most of the island is planned (optional). The park's highlights are the two saltwater lakes - the Little Lake and the Big Lake with its Benedictine monastery on the Isle of St. Mary. Afterwards, we depart for the island of Korčula, making sure to stop for a swim in one of the many secluded bays along the way. Lunch will be served on board. In the afternoon we arrive at Korčula, the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo.
Our local guide will take you on a unique tour of the old town of Korčula. You will hear many interesting stories and legends about the city and the life of Marco Polo, the most famous son of Korčula. The casual approach to discovering the history and culture of Korčula will surely delight you. In the evening, we suggest you enjoy one of Korčula's many exquisite restaurants.
Overnight in Korčula.
In the morning we sail for the town of Komiža, a small town on the island of Vis. The town, famous for its long tradition of fishing, is built against a steep hill and offers some of the most spectacular sunsets on the Adriatic. With lunch on board and a swim stop along the way, we arrive in Komiža in the early afternoon. The island of Vis, formerly a major naval base, was closed to tourists from 1945 until the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 90's, which helped preserve the authentic appearance of its villages.
In the afternoon you will have time to enjoy Komiža at your own pace and enjoy everything it has to offer.
Overnight in Komiža.
In the morning, before breakfast, we sail towards Biševo and the unique natural phenomenon that is the Blue Cave. The Blue Cave is a wonder of the Adriatic Sea and the most attractive sight of the island of Vis, which attracts a large number of visitors each year. After the Blue Cave, we set sail for the beautiful island of Zlarin, inhabited since antiquity and known for the red corals growing along its shores.
On our way to Zlarin, we will stop for a swim in one of many picturesque coves along the Adriatic coast and lunch will be served on board. After arrival in the afternoon hours, you will have ample time to enjoy the quaint town of Zlarin.
Overnight in Zlarin.
In the morning we leave Zlarin and, after a short sail up the Krka river canal, we reach Šibenik, a city of exceptional cultural and historical sights, an unavoidable point on the tourist map of Croatia. In Šibenik, a local guide will take us on a sightseeing tour after which you'll have a bit of time to enjoy Šibenik at your own pace. Around noon, we return to the ship and set sail for Skradin, a small town just north of Šibenik. Skradin is an attractive tourist destination with an authentic Mediterranean-style old town, just downriver from the breath-taking waterfalls of the Krka National Park.
Skradin has one of the most beautiful marinas in Croatia. In the afternoon, we will embark on a sightseeing tour of the magnificent Krka National Park, which delights with its attractions. After the tour, you will visit Pakovo selo where you will experience authentic Croatian cuisine, find out why the Drniš prosciutto is considered a delicacy and what is so tempting about dishes baked "under the bell". Overnight in Skradin.
In the morning, we set sail down the beautiful Krka River canyon and towards Split. Along the way, we will make a swim stop in a secluded bay before serving lunch on board. We will arrive in Split in the early hours of the afternoon. After arrival, join our local guide for a tour of Split's old town to get acquainted with emperor Diocletian's Palace and learn about the rich heritage of Split's millennial history.
After the walking tour, you will have free time to enjoy the city at your own pace.
Overnight in Split.
After breakfast, it will be time to check out and enjoy your complementary transfer to the airport.
We hope to see you soon on board again! Check-out by 9 a.m.
• Arrival and departure airport transfer (shared)
• Professional cruise manager (English speaking)
• Traditional Croatian dinner at Pakovo Selo
• Blue Cave entrance fee
• Return bus transfer from Dubrovnik port to Old town Dubrovnik for sightseeing tour
Drinks on board (can be purchased on board only)
Port and residence tax (mandatory): • 40€ per person to be paid on board in cash
Mljet NP entrance fee (optional):
• 20€ per person
REDUCTIONS & SUPPLEMENTS
3rd bed reduction (adult): -20%
3rd bed reduction (child 3-7,99): -70%
Child 3-7,99 on basic bed with 1 adult: -20%
Single use supplement: from +50 to 100% depending on the season (on request only)
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