On the 8-day small ship cruise vacation you will enjoy Croatia from the sea and discover its islands, their history, nature and culture. Relax on this popular boat cruise between Dubrovnik and Trogir and sample Croatian gastronomy while sailing on the azure Adriatic Sea.
DAY 1 (Sunday): DUBROVNIK (D)
Boarding the ship where you can leave your baggage and enjoy this Croatian “Pearl of the Adriatic” which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. Optionally, you can participate in a guided tour (in English) of the city. In the evening, you are invited to enjoy a welcome dinner on board. Night in Dubrovnik.
DAY 2 (Monday): DUBROVNIK – SLANO (B, L)
During breakfast, the ship will sail to the coast town of Slano. This fabulous city was already inhabited in prehistoric times. Enjoy a stroll around the town followed by lunch, which will be served on board. Optionally, you can go on an afternoon excursion to Ston, where the longest wall of Europe is located. Ston is also known for its oyster farm, so take advantage and savor these delicacies while you are in this region. Night in Slano.
DAY 3 (Tuesday): SLANO – MLJET (B, L)
In the morning, your cruise vacations continues with a departure to the Island of Mljet. Mljet is known for its national park that you can optionally visit and enjoy the peace of its flora and fauna. In the park you can also take a boat trip to the island of Saint Mary to visit the Benedictine Monastery. If you are a nature lover, take advantage and rent a kayak or bicycle to explore the park. Free afternoon and evening in Pomena.
Enjoy cruise vacation in Croatia from Dubrovnik to Trogir
DAY 4 (Wednesday): MLJET – KORČULA (B, L)
After breakfast, departure from Mljet to the Island of Korcula. The island is famous for the story of the famous explorer Marco Polo, who supposedly was born there. On the way, we also stop at the Pelješač peninsula for a wine tasting. Later, return to the ship for lunch, while we continue to Korcula. In the afternoon, arrival to Korčula, one of the best preserved medieval cities in the Adriatic. Free afternoon in Korcula where you will find several options for restaurants and bars, to enjoy a gastronomic experience. Night in Korčula.
DAY 5 (Thursday): KORČULA – HVAR – STARI GRAD (B, L)
Early in the morning, departure to the jet set island, the island of Hvar. Hvar is the longest and the sunniest island in the Adriatic Sea, also known for its lavender fields and spectacular beauty. Enjoy and head to the city’s fortress for a breathtaking view of the Pakleni Islands. We continue towards Stari Grad, the picturesque city and one of the oldest cities in Europe. Enjoy the evening in the city. Night in Stari Grad.
DAY 6 (Friday): STARI GRAD – PUČIŠČA (BRAČ) (B, D)
In the morning departure for the Island of Brač, bound for the town of Pučišća. Pučišča is known for the white stone, with which the White House in Washington DC was built, among other famous landmarks. We recommend visiting the Pučišća Masonry School to get more information about the ancient art of stone masonry. The pirates are coming tonight! You will enjoy a pirate party with dinner on board. Night in Pučišča.
DAY 7 (Saturday): PUČIŠČA – OMIŠ – TROGIR (B, L)
Breakfast on board as you continue your cruise vacation by sailing to the city of Omiš. There you can optionally enjoy a rafting experience on the Cetina River. Return to the boat for lunch. After lunch, the boat sails to Trogir which is a harmonious medieval stone village, located on an island, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also known as a museum city, so take this opportunity to explore it. Last night on board in Trogir
DAY 8 (Sunday): TROGIR (B)
Breakfast and disembarkation to catch the return flight. End of the trip.
* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinnerSend inquiry from 850,00 € per person