DAY 1 (Sunday): TROGIR – SPLIT (L)
Boarding at the port of Trogir. In the afternoon your Trogir cruise starts with lunch being served while departing for Split – the old town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Optionally, you can enter the Diocletian’s Palace, built in the 4th century by the Roman Emperor Diocletian as his retirement home. Free time to explore the city individually or optionally join the guided city tour with a local English-speaking guide. Night in Split.
DAY 2 (Monday): SPLIT – OMIŠ – PUČIŠĆA (BRAČ) (B, L)
After breakfast departure to Omiš, a former pirate town, which today is a picturesque town surrounded by rocky cliffs where the Cetina River flows into the sea. Take advantage of the morning exploring the city. Optionally, you can go rafting on the Cetina River or go up to the old fortress above the city. After lunch on board, we continue to the Island of Brač. The Pučišća town is known for the white stone with which the White House was built in Washington DC, among other famous places. We recommend visiting the Pučišća School of Stonemasons to learn more about the ancient art of stone masonry. Night in Pučišća.
DAY 3 (Tuesday): PUČIŠĆA – STARI GRAD (HVAR) (B, L)
Breakfast. Your Trogir cruise continues with a departure to the jet-set island of Hvar, the longest and sunniest island in the Adriatic, known for its splendid lavender fields and breath taking beauty. Spend the afternoon and evening in Stari Grad, one of the oldest settlements in Europe. Night on board in Stari Grad.
Croatian islands by boat – one of the popular Trogir cruises to Dubrovnik
DAY 4 (Wednesday): STARI GRAD – HVAR – KORČULA (B, L)
Breakfast. Early in the morning departure to the city of Hvar. Spend the morning exploring this beautiful city. Visit the oldest community theater in Europe founded in 1612. Climb up to the city fortress overlooking the harbor for enchanting panoramic views. Enjoy lunch on board as we continue to Korčula, known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. Surrounded by ramparts, this is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean. Korčula has a wide variety of restaurants to enjoy a gourmet experience and numerous bars and clubs for those seeking evening entertainment. Night in Korčula.
DAY 5 (Thursday): KORČULA – TRSTENIK – MLJET (B, L)
After swimming in a quiet cove on the way (weather permitting) and then having lunch on board, we continue our Trogir cruise to Trstenik, where you can take an optional visit to a local vineyard and taste some Peljesac wines, for which the region is famous. Later we continue to Mljet Island. Mljet is known for its national park with the lakes and the Islet of St. Mary with its 12th century Benedictine Monastery. Tonight, we recommend enjoying a traditional peka dinner (optional). Night in Mljet.
DAY 6 (Friday): TRSTENIK – SLANO (B, D)
This morning, we start sailing to Slano, a small fishing village about 30 km from Dubrovnik. We recommend joining an optional excursion to Ston, where you can visit the Ston wall, the longest wall in Europe and the second longest in the world, as well as a salt mine where salt still accumulates in a traditional way from hundreds of years ago. Tonight, watch out for pirates! Bring your pirate outfit and enjoy a pirate evening on board with a traditional dinner. Night in Slano.
DAY 7 (Saturday): SLANO – DUBROVNIK (B, L)
After a leisurely late breakfast, the cruise continues to Dubrovnik, arriving in the early afternoon. Here you can join an optional guided tour of the city or enjoy exploring this beautiful city on your own. You will surely love Dubrovnik’s Old Town with its famous walls and historic buildings. If you are a fan of the Game of Thrones series, you can join one of the guided tours focused on the series and points of Dubrovnik, where it was filmed. Night in Dubrovnik.
DAY 8 (Sunday): DUBROVNIK – END OF TRIP (B)
Disembarkation after breakfast. End of your Trogir cruise.
* Legend: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner
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