8 days / 7 nightsCruise from Split North Coast

from Split to Split

Day 1 : Split

Arrival at airport and transfer to the port. Guided tour through Split city (also depending on flight schedule). 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. The city 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. Welcome dinner to introduce the captain and his crew. Overnight in Split.

Day 2 : Split > Hvar > Vis

Morning departure to the island of Hvar. Lunch on board and arrival in the afternoon. Hvar is one of Croatia’s most famous islands and a meeting point of international jet set society. Our local guide will take you through Hvar to get to know its culture, history and lifestyle.  Departure to the island of Vis with a swim stop along the way (if the weather forecast allows it). Free time in Vis. The island of Vis is a remote island with interesting locations such as Komiza and Vis, beautiful beaches and Pine forests. The fisher’s museum in Komiza displays traditional wooden boats once used for fishing. Free evening and overnight in Vis.

Day 3 : Vis > Bisevo Blue Cave > Vodice*

Morning departure to the island of Bisevo. Bisevo is 5 nautical miles away from Vis, it’s known for its Blue Cave ; a natural phenomenon makes it look like the sea is made out of light. Visit of the Blue Cave (access to the cave : +/- 10€/person, payment on the spot). Lunch and departure to Vodice.

* depending on the maritime traffic leading to the port of Vodice, the captain may decide to anchor the boat in Zlarin or Primosten

* Vis is only reachable by good weather and calm sea. In case of bad weather conditions, the captain may decide to change the route.

Day 4 : Vodice > Kornati > Zadar

Departure to the National Park Kornati. Most of the terrain in the Kornati islands is karst-limestone with many cliffs, caves and only a little vegetation, all combined with Croatia’s beautiful blue sea, the view is breath-taking.  Some rocks are about 160 m high. Lunch and departure to Zadar.  Arrival in Zadar in the afternoon and citytour. Our guide will show you around town to visit the main attractions ; the Roman Forum, Sveti Donat church, Sveta Stosija cathedral, the world famous Sea Organ. Free evening and overnight in Zadar.

Day 5 : Zadar > Sibenik

Departure to Sibenik. Lunch and swim stop along the way.  Arrival in Sibenik and walking tour in the town.  Sibenik firstly mentioned in 1006 is Croatia’s oldest town. Sibenik wasn’t founded by Romans or Greeks but by Croatians. The most famous building in town is the Saint Jacob cathedral, most important monument of the Renaissance in Croatia. Free evening and overnight in Sibenik.

Day 6 : Sibenik > Skradin* > Krka > Primosten* (> Trogir)

From Sibenik we will navigate towards Krka River. We will drop the anchor in Skradin near the famous waterfalls of Krka. Small boats will take us from the port to the National Park, be sure to visit “Skradinski Buk” (the transfer and entrance cost around 12-15€/person, payment on the spot). Don’t forget to bring a swim suit as it is allowed to swim in the Krka river. Lunch and visit of the park. Departure to Primosten. Free evening and overnight in Primosten.

*Depending on the maritime traffic in the mouth leading to Krka, the captain may decide to anchor the boat in another harbour. Access to the park will therefore be by bus.

*Depending on the maritime traffic leading to the harbour of Primosten, the captain may decide to anchor the boat in Zlarin or to continue to the harbour of Trogir.

Day 7 : Primosten > Trogir > Split

Departure to Trogir. Lunch and arrival in Trogir, the last town of our cruise week. Trogir is a small town not far from Split, it is known fot its old town centre and its Roman gate at the entry of Saint-Ivan cathedral, and a UNESCO protected attraction. Trogir is partly known for its lively summer night life. Continuation to Split. Free evening and overnight in Split.

Day 8 : Split

Transfer to airport or hotel (if holiday is extended).