8 days / 7 nightsCruise from Dubrovnik

from Dubrovnik to Dubrovnik

Day 1: Dubrovnik

Welcome at Dubrovnik airport with a direct transfer to the Gruz port and boarding. During the welcoming dinner the clients will have the opportunity to get to know the captain and his crew. The ship can be boarded throughout the day,  clients arriving in the morning will only be able to access their cabins from 1 pm on but can already drop off their luggage on board. The anchor will be dropped for the night.
*In case of flight delay, changes can be arranged.

Day 2: Dubrovnik > Mljet

After breakfast, departure for the National Park in Mljet. Later on, the route will take us through the beautiful Elaphites Island and stop for a swim stop. Lunch is served on board. Once the boat has arrived in Mljet, you will have free time to explore the National Park and its lakes, Saint Marie’s isle and its 12th century Benedictine monastery ( extra entry 15€).Free evening. Overnight stay in Mljet.

Day 3: Mljet > Hvar

After breakfast we will be on our way for Hvar. Swim stop near the island Korcula. After lunch we will stop for another swim stop in a creek. Hvar is one of Croatia’s most famous islands and a meeting point of international jet set society. Our local guides will take you through Hvar to get to know its culture, history and lifestyle. Free evening. Overnight stay.

Day 4: Hvar > Bol > Split

After breakfast we’ll head to Bol known to have Croatia’s most beautiful beach, Zlatni. We will stop there for some free time and head to Split after lunch. The Dalmatian capital, Split, is Croatia’s second biggest city and over 1 700 years old, the ancient part of town is classified in the UNESCO heritage list. The citie’s historical sites such as The St. Dominus Cathedral are situated in the Diocletian’s Palace. Apart from history, Split is considered a cultural centre because of its numerous museums, churches and archaeological sites. Afternoon tour through the town and the Diocletian Palace. Free evening and overnight stay in Split.

Day 5 : Split > Pucišca (Brac) > Makarska

Departure in the early morning for Brac Island, swim stop on the way to Pucisca. Pucisca is the biggest village on the island of brac and is known for its white stone facades in an authentic Mediterranean architecture. Pucisca has many stone quarries, some were even used to build the White House and Vienne Parliament. The village owns the only stone sculpture school in Croatia. Lunch on board and departure for Markaska, free evening and overnight stay.

Day 6: Makarska > Korcula

Early departure to the Island of Korcula. Swimstop along the way, arrival at Korcula in the afternoon. Guided tour through the town in which the famous explorer Marco Polo was born. Stroll in Korcula’s winding alleys and visit of the baroque St. Marc Cathedral. Free evening and overnight stay in Korcula.

Day 7: Korcula > Dubrovnik

After breakfast we will be travelling through Mljet and Elaphites islands and make a swimstop along the way plus lunch. Arrival in Dubrovnik in the afternoon. Guided tour through Dubrovnik also called the …. And its main attractions. Public transport will take you to Dubrovnik town (5min). Free time after the visit to walk along the city walls or catch a chairlift to the top of the hill. Return by public transport before 6 pm by yourselves. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Day 8: Dubrovnik

Breakfast on board. Early flight: transfer to airport. Late flight: you may choose between free time and an optional inland tour (charged extra).