Standard cruise around south Croatia departs from Split every Saturday between April and October. The ship docks in numerous small coastal towns along the shore and on the Dalmatian islands, so you will get to know the best of Croatia in one week and enjoy its amazing Adriatic cuisine. For this typical Croatian boat vacation, you need nothing more than a pair of t-shirts and a swimsuit.
Day 1 (Saturday): SPLIT – MAKARSKA (L)
Chek-in in for the standard cruise around south Croatia starts at 11:00 in the port of Split. The ship departs at 13:00 and heads toward Makarska. On the way you can enjoy lunch onboard and later take a swim in one of the hidden bays. At night the boat will be docked in the port of Makarska, one of the most popular towns on the Croatian coast with gorgeous beach. In the evening you can stroll its wide promenade or enjoy a drink in one of the bars. Night in Makarska.
If your flight arrives late and you miss the boarding, you can join the cruise in Makarska. Check transfer options from Split Airport with your agent.
Day 2 (Sunday): MAKARSKA – MLJET (B, L)
After breakfast the ship will depart towards the island of Mljet one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic. Along the way we will make a swim stop at Pelješac peninsula. The island of Mljet is home of the namesake national park and offers many activities: cycling, hiking or kayaking on a sea salt lake. Alternatively you can head for the beach and enjoy the sun. Night in Polača or Pomena.
Day 3 (Monday): MLJET – DUBROVNIK (B, L)
After breakfast we leave for Dubrovnik, he most beautiful town in the whole Adriatic if not Mediterranean. No wonder its historic center was one of the first sites to be added to UNESCO World Heritage List. It is surrounded by 1940 meters of Gothic and Renaissance walls, which guard churches and palaces within the old town. Free time to explore Dubrovnik on your own or join our guided tour with an English-speaking guide. The night will be spent in the port of Dubrovnik.
Day 4 (Tuesday): DUBROVNIK – ŠIPAN / TRSTENIK (B, L, CD)
Breakfast. Depart for the island of Šipan or a small town of Trstenik on the Pelješac peninsula, where you can enjoy swimming and sunbathing. There will be the possibility of visiting the local winery where you can taste the typical wines of the region. Captain’s dinner on board and night in Šipan or Trstenik.
Day 5 (Wednesday): ŠIPAN / TRSTENIK – KORČULA (B, L)
Breakfast and departure to the island of Korčula. Swim stop and lunch on the way there. In the afternoon time to explore the town of Korčula with a local guide (in English). Among other things you will learn why the town’s narrow streets are designed in the shape of a thorn. Free time to relax and enjoy the local taverns, restaurants and bars. Night in Korčula.
Day 6 (Thursday): KORČULA – HVAR (B, L)
Breakfast and navigation to Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic and one of the sunniest, known for its lavender fields. On the way, free time to swim in the crystal clear waters around Pakleni Islands. After arriving at the port of Hvar, possible guided tour (in English) of this wonderful town, full of history and culture. The night will be spent in the city Hvar, so don’t forget to buy souvenirs made of lavender.
Day 7 (Friday): HVAR – BRAČ – SPLIT (B, L)
Breakfast and navigation from Hvar to the island of Brač and its picturesque town, Bol with the famous Zlatni rat beach. In the afternoon, departure to Split where you can join a guided tour of the city core, which has also been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will take a walk through the Diocletian’s Palace, built in the 4th century by the Roman emperor Diocletian as his retirement home. Night in Split.
Day 8 (Saturday): SPLIT – END OF TRIP (B)
Breakfast and disembark in the morning. End of standard cruise around south Croatia.
* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, CD – Captain’s dinner
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