Day 1 (Saturday): SPLIT – PRIMOŠTEN (D)
The cabins for this Northern Dalmatia cruise will be at your disposal from 11:00 in the port of Split with departure at 14:00. Enjoy a welcome cocktail and amazing views of the surrounding area as we sail to Primošten with a stop in a quiet secluded bay on the way, for a refreshing afternoon swim. Primošten is a small picturesque town located between Šibenik and Trogir, surrounded by seven other islets, a wonderful sight and an exceptional place to explore. Taste the famous local Babich wines of the area. Dinner and overnight on board.
Day 2 (Sunday): PRIMOŠTEN – TELAŠČICA – SALI (B,L,D)
After breakfast, cruise to Dugi Otok and a morning stop for swimming, followed by a visit to Telašćica Nature Park which, due to its intense beauty, richness and importance, is surrounded by 13 islands and islets, along with 6 islets within the bay of Telašćica itself and was proclaimed a nature park in 1988. Free time to explore the white cliffs and the lake. After lunch on board continue to Sali. In the afternoon olive oil tasting in Sali. Dinner and overnight on board.
Day 3 (Monday): SALI – MALI LOŠINJ (B, L)
After breakfast and a morning swim you sail to the Island of Lošinj, known as the island of the sun. The abundance of pine trees, wildflowers and herbs, its excellent climate, hidden coves and cool Mediterranean atmosphere – all that makes Lošinj one of the most popular islands on the Northern Dalmatia cruise. Join a guided walking tour, followed by a visit to the Museum of Apoxyomenos. The museum is dedicated to the athlete’s ancient bronze statue, found in the sea near the island. Walk to the Aromatic Garden of Lošinj or to the small town of Veli Lošinj, which can be reached and explored on foot. The night is spent in Mali Lošinj.
Day 4 (Tuesday): MALI LOŠINJ – ZADAR (B, L)
Sailing in the morning to Zadar, passing the Island of Pag with its unusual lunar landscape. Upon arrival in Zadar, you will join a guided tour to explore the rich cultural heritage: the Roman Forum from the first century A.D., the church of St. Donatus from the 9th century A.D., the most famous medieval basilica and symbol of the city, the imposing and mighty walls with the representative harbor and the 16th century A.D. Land Gates, and numerous palaces and villas of ancient noble families. Great restaurants line part of the promenade and the center. Visit the famous contemporary attractions: the Sea Organ, unique in the world, and the “Sun Salutation”. Overnight in Zadar.
Day 5 (Wednesday): ZADAR – KRKA NATIONAL PARK – ŠIBENIK (B, L, CD)
Wake up and admire the panoramic views as the cruise moves south, enjoying a wonderful breakfast. Upon arrival in Skradin, visit Bibich Winery (or similar) for wine tasting and a light tapas lunch. Back to Skradin, with a visit of the Krka National Park. There are 17 waterfalls, with cascades up to 100 m wide, and the Krka River cascades 45.7 meters. The afternoon destination is Šibenik a town located in the central part of the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Join the guided tour to explore the town’s glorious old town, cultural monuments and possibly the most famous, the UNESCO-listed St. James Cathedral. Stroll around the surrounding area and discover the historic center and promenade. Return to the ship for the captain’s dinner with live entertainment on board. Overnight in Šibenik.
North Dalmatia cruise is a great alternative to the busy southern islands
Day 6 (Thursday): ŠIBENIK – VIS (B, L)
Early morning cruise to the Island of Vis, once a strategic Yugoslav naval base and for many years closed for tourism. As a result, the culture and architecture are very well preserved. The town of Vis developed near the remains of ancient Issa, Croatia’s first urban center. After lunch on board, free time to explore. Sample the superb local wines, visit the remains of the Roman baths, the City Museum, you can rent a scooter, or simply take a stroll enjoying the sights of the beautiful Villae Rusticae located along the waterfront. The evening is spent in the port of Vis.
Day 7 (Friday): VIS – BIŠEVO (Blue Cave) – SPLIT (B, L)
In the morning, cruise to the small Island of Biševo to visit the Blue Cave, a splendid and unique geomorphological natural wonder. A mesmerizing silver-blue light illuminates the interior space of the cave (entrance fee approx. 15 €, to be paid on the spot). The visit will depend on the weather and sea conditions. After lunch, as the cruise continues to Split, enjoy the incredible views of the surrounding sea and the amazing Split Riviera. Upon arrival, join the guided tour of the city. A dynamic port city with a medieval old town grown around the 1700 year old Diocletian’s Palace – a part of UNESCO. Split bustles with modern life in the midst of its ancient Roman setting. Cafes, restaurants and galleries crowd the cobblestone alleys, the waterfront promenade and the Marjan peninsula, making Croatia’s second largest city one of the most attractive in the Mediterranean. Overnight in Split.
Day 8 (Saturday): SPLIT – END OF TRIP (B)
After breakfast, time to say goodbye to the crew and new friends as we have come to the end of our Northern Dalmatia Cruise. Disembarkation. End of trip.
* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner, CD – captain’s dinner
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