Day 1 (Sunday): POREČ (D)
Let’s embark on one of the best small ship cruises in the Adriatic The cabins in the port of Poreč will be at your disposal from 14:00. The first day you will meet the captain, the crew and be introduced to the security measures, followed by a welcome dinner. Night in Poreč.
Day 2 (Monday): POREČ – ROVINJ – NP BRIJUNI – PULA (B, L)
Breakfast. While sailing along the Istrian Peninsula, we will stop in Rovinj, one of the most picturesque towns with Venetian Baroque architecture. You will have free time to wonder freely through its narrow and charming streets or visit the church of St. Euphemia, characteristic of the place. Later we will sail towards the Brijuni National Park, Tito’s former residence, on one of the islands where there is also an animal reserve, an open-air zoo, the Tito museum and much more. However, what most attracts is the beautiful nature, flora and fauna of Brijuni and crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. Lunch on board while sailing towards Pula. This is one of the most beautiful cities in Istria, where walking through the old town you will arrive to the highlight, the Roman Amphitheater. The rest of the day will be free to enjoy Pula. Night in Pula.
Day 3 (Tuesday): PULA – MALI LOŠINJ – ZADAR (B, L, D)
In the morning we will visit Mali Lošinj, also known as “The Island of the Sun”, where pines, wild flowers and herbs abound. Lošinj is one of the most popular islands in the northern Adriatic waters for its hidden beaches and the cool Mediterranean atmosphere. There, the museum, with the ancient bronze statue of an athlete on the seashore, the Lošinj Aromati Garden or Veli Lošinj village, stand out among the spots to visit. Later, lunch on board with a stop for a swim among crystal clear waters as we sail towards Zadar. Dinner on board. Night in Zadar.
Day 4 (Wednesday): ZADAR – NP KRKA – PRIMOŠTEN (B, L)
Very early in the morning, guided tour of the city of Zadar, where you will visit the historic center and the ancient walls built by the Venetians as a defense from the Turks in the 16th century. Attractions include the 16th-century gate, where the Venetian lion still sits at the entrance, the Five Wells Square, the church of St. Donat, the Roman Forum and the largest Dalmatian cathedral, St. Anastasia. After you will make a stop for a tasting of Maraschino, thier traditional liquour. Later, lunch on board as we sail towards the Krka National Park with its magnificent waterfalls. After the visit, transfer to the town of Primošten, where the boat will be waiting for you. You will have the afternoon free to investigate and enjoy this little town. Night in Primosten.
Poreč to Dubrovnik – take one of the best small ship cruises in the Adriatic with us
Day 5 (Thursday): PRIMOŠTEN – SPLIT – HVAR (B, L)
Start the morning with a guided tour of Split. UNESCO declared the old town as a World Heritage Site. Due to its beauty, the Diocletian’s Palace, the retreat house of the Roman emperor Diocletian, the Cathedral of Saint Donat and the Temple of Jupiter stand out. After the visit, lunch on board as we sail to the island of Hvar, one of the Adriatic’s best-known islands for its luxury tourism, where actors, musicians and aristocrats spend the summer. It is also one of the longest islands in Croatia. Hvar is a town with more than 8 centuries of architecture, which you will discover with a guided tour of the city. You will be able to see the oldest theater in Europe and the famous Franciscan Monastery, among other historical monuments. You will have free time in the evening to explore Hvar. Night in Hvar.
Notice: Due to the limited capacity of the port of Hvar (during the high season in July and August) the port of call may be replaced by Stari Grad / Jelsa. In that case, the bus transfer will be arranged to and from Hvar.
Day 6 (Friday): HVAR – KORČULA – MLJET (B, L, CD)
In the morning we will sail towards the city of Korčula on the island of the same name. The medieval city, known as the possible birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Because of the different, almost black, pine forests, that cover the island, it is also known as the Black Island. The city of Korčula is like a mini Dubrovnik, surrounded by stone walls and medieval towers. During the guided tour of Korcula, a local guide will take you through the old town, where the narrow streets are designed in the shape of the herringbone. After the visit, we sail towards the Island of Mljet which features the Mljet National Park, with five types of forests, extensive fauna and two salt lakes that connect to the Adriatic Sea. In the evening, Captain’s dinner with live entertainment. Night in Mljet.
Day 7 (Saturday): MLJET – DUBROVNIK (B, L,)
Early in the morning we will sail towards Dubrovnik, a city known as “The Pearl of the Adriatic”, where you will enjoy a guided tour of the old town of the city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will visit the Rector’s Palace and the Franciscan Monastery, which has the oldest pharmacy in the world. Tonight you will enjoy dinner in a local restaurant and try some traditional dishes. Night in Dubrovnik.
Day 8 (Sunday): DUBROVNIK – END OF TRIP (B)
After breakfast, time to say goodbye to the crew and new friends. We hope you have enjoyed one of the best small ship cruises in the Adriatic. Transfer to the airport or hotel in Dubrovnik. The end of the trip.
* Legend: B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner, CD – Captain’s dinner
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