We offer you a perfect way to fully experience the islands of Croatia and the Dalmatian coast. Sail with us on an 8-day luxury cruise from Dubrovnik to Split through the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. The professional crew and full service on board will make your trip a unique and memorable experience
Day 1 (Saturday): DUBROVNIK (C)
Transfer from the airport to the Port of Gruz for boarding of a deluxe cruise from Dubrovnik to Split. After the check-in enjoy a guided tour of Dubrovnik, a historic city that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage, is full churches and palaces and surrounded by 1940-meter long wall. Later take the cable car from the old town to Srđ Mountain for panoramic views of the old city and the mighty Elafiti Islands further out in the Adriatic Sea. After the visit, transfer back to the ship for a welcome cocktail. Night in Dubrovnik.
Day 2 (Sunday): DUBROVNIK – SLANO / STON (B, L, CD)
After breakfast, departure to a small town called Slano on the Pelješac Peninsula. While sailing from Dubrovnik, enjoy the magical scenery of the Elafiti Islands where you stop for a swim. In the afternoon arrival in Slano, a fishing village and the starting point towards Ston, a small village once fortified and famous for its oysters. After exploring the medieval walls, head to a small town nearby, to learn more about oysters and enjoy a special tasting of this delicacy. Free time and transfer back to the ship, Captain’s dinner with live entertainment. Night in Slano.
Day 3 (Monday): SLANO (STON) – MLJET (B, L)
Breakfast. In the morning, continue further north to the Island of Mljet. Legend has it that the Greek hero Odysseus spent years on this island after being captured by the nymph Calypso. Contact the cruise director for a tour of the famous salt lakes in the Mljet National Park. Optionally, you can rent kayaks, bicycles or motorcycles to explore the surroundings of the National Park on your own. Accommodation in Polača or Pomena port.
Day 4 (Tuesday): MLJET – KORČULA (B, L)
Breakfast and early departure to the Island of Korčula, better known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. A stop for lunch in one of the bays along the way. In the afternoon, arrival in Korčula and where you will join a guided walking tour of this charming city surrounded by walls, which is considered one of the best preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean. Korčula has an abundant selection of restaurants and numerous bars for those seeking nightly entertainment. Night in Korčula.
Sail with us on a deluxe cruise from Dubrovnik to Split
Day 5 (Wednesday): KORČULA – VIS (B, L)
After breakfast, navigation to the Island of Vis, which was once the Yugoslav naval base and closed to the public. Due to the isolation of the island, Vis has a special charm of “the Mediterranean as it once was” making it very interesting to visit. Taste exquisite wines in one of the traditional wine cellars. If you are interested, you can visit the remains of the Roman thermal place, the city museum or simply take a walk enjoying the views of this beautiful city. Night in the port of Vis.
Day 6 (Thursday): VIS – BIŠEVO (Blue Cave) / HVAR (B, L)
Breakfast. Early departure to the small Island Biševo to visit the Blue Cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon (admission is paid on site, approx. € 10 – € 15). The visit of the Blue Cave depends on the weather conditions, which means that our visit will depend on favorable weather forecast. Continuing the trip to the Island of Hvar. We stop for a swim and have lunch on board in the Pakleni Islands. Hvar is the longest and the sunniest island in the Adriatic and is known for its lavender fields. Arrival on the island in the afternoon and going on a guided tour of the city. At night Hvar offers an abundance of entertainment: numerous restaurants, bars and cafes. Night in the port.
Day 7 (Friday): HVAR – (BOL) – SPLIT (B, L)
Breakfast and departure to the Island of Brač, where a stop for swimming is planned at the most famous beach in Croatia – Zlatni Rat. Bol is a typical fishing village that has become a popular tourist destination. Continuing to Split for a guided tour of the city, protected by UNESCO. Enter the Diocletian’s Palace, built in the 4th century by the Roman emperor Diocletian as his retirement home. After the Split walking tour, return to the ship. Night in Split.
Day 8 (Saturday): SPLIT – END OF TRIP (B)
After breakfast, our cruise from Dubrovnik to Split comes to and and. It’s time to say goodbye to the crew and new friends, disembark until 09:00 and transfer to Split airport.
* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner, CD – captain’s dinner
You can also take this cruise the other way around, from Split to Dubrovnik.
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