8 days / 7 nightsCruise from Zadar South Coast

from Zadar to Zadar

Day 1: Arrival at Zadar

Passengers arriving in the morning have access to their cabin from 1pm, luggage can be left on board in advance. A guided tour* through the city of Zadar is also organized. The guide will show you the most important sites, such as the Roman Forum, the Sveti Donat Church, the Sveta Stošija Cathedral and the famous and unique hydraulic organ, which sounds, and melodies are produced by the waves. Welcome dinner and overnight stay in Zadar.

*Depending on the flight schedule, the city tour can take place on the second to last day.

Day 2: Zadar – Kornati National Park – Vodice

In the morning, we head to Kornati National Park, on the way we will enjoy a swim stop.  The Irishman, Bernard Shaw, who won a Nobel Prize for literature, says: « On the last day of his creation, God crowned his work and created the Kornati Islands with tears and stars ». The beauty of nature, the countless small and large islands (commonly known as « one island for every day of the year ») make the Kornati Islands an unequalled paradise. Kornati is the largest group of islands in the Adriatic Sea with 147 islands and reefs spread over 320 km2.  After that we sail to Vodice. Free evening and overnight stay in Vodice.

Day 3: Vodice – Skradin – Sibenik

From Vodice, we sail upstream to the mouth of the Krka River and anchor in Skradin, near the famous Krka waterfalls. From Skradin, small boats go to the national park. Don’t miss visiting « Skradinski Buk », the most famous part of the falls. Don’t forget to bring your bathing suit, as it is allowed to swim in the Krka Falls. Then we continue our journey to Sibenik. Arrival in Sibenik and guided tour of the city. Sibenik, first mentioned in 1006, is the newest of the major cities on the coast but also the oldest in Croatia. Because Sibenik was not founded by the Greeks, Romans or Byzantines, but by the Croatians themselves. The most famous building in the city centre is St Jacobs Cathedral, Croatia’s most important Renaissance monument. Free evening and night in Sibenik.

Day 4: Sibenik – Trogir

On day 4, we will sail to Trogir and stop on the way for a swim. Arrival and lunch in Trogir. Guided tour.  Trogir is a small town known for its old town centre and Romanesque portal at the entrance of St. Ivan’s Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In town and on the boulevard, you will find terraces, ice-cream parlours and restaurants. Free evening and night in Trogir.

Day 5 : Trogir – Split

After a swim stop, we arrive in Split. Guided tour of this unique city. The former Roman Emperor Diocletian founded the 1700-year-old city. Its centre has been a UNESCO cultural heritage site since 1979. The historical and cultural buildings are located within the walls of the Diocletian Palace. Free time and night in Split.

Day 6: Split – Primosten ou Rogoznica*

After breakfast, we sail to Primosten, a small town only 27 km from Sibenik. This place has preserved its Mediterranean atmosphere and has all the characteristics of a medieval fishing village, particularly in the narrow streets and small houses in the centre of the old town. Discover historical sites such as the parish church of Sint Juraj (built in 1485 on the highest point of the old island), the church of Sint Roko (built in 1680, a precious cultural monument), the statue of Our Lady of Loret and the church of Our Lady of Grace (built in 1553). There are also long pebble beaches and a beautiful promenade. One of the most famous and beautiful beaches in Primosten is Raduca Beach. Free evening and night in Primosten/Rogoznica.

* Depending on the maritime traffic in the port of Primosten, it is possible that the captain may decide to anchor the boat in the port of Rogoznica.

Day 7: Primosten/Rogoznica – Zadar

In the morning, we head to Zadar. We will stop on the way for a swim in one of the beautiful bays. Arrival and lunch in Zadar. Free time and overnight in Zadar.

Day 8: Zadar

Your cruise comes to the end after breakfast. Transfer to Zadar airport.

**In the event of bad weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances, the captain may decide to change routes for the comfort and safety of passengers.