Adriatic Cruises are unforgettable and, above all, a fun holiday for everyone. Let yourself be seduced by the authentic hospitality and charm of Dalmatian islands such as Hvar, Vis, Brač and Korčula. Or indulge in the solitude and silence of the remote Kornati islands and many islands of the Zadar-Šibenik archipelago.
Together we will cruise through one of the cleanest seas globally, discover hidden coves, get to know the pulse of Mediterranean villages and try top Dalmatian cuisine. Pleasant temperatures, warm sea, summer breeze, excellent company and a unique ambience are good reasons for a short escape.
The night beat of the Dalmatian Riviera Vodice, Primošten and Hvar will delight especially the young at heart. In the week of the Adriatic cruise, just about anything is possible.
The Adriatic coast is a natural paradise for vacation with beautiful nature, thousands of islands, attractive bays, pleasant Mediterranean climate, warm sea and favourable winds. And the only way to experience all this up close is to take part in one of our Adriatic Cruises.
Nicknamed “the Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is the most well-known city on the Dalmatian coast. The beauty of this walled city has always enjoyed world fame. It has more recently become even more popular due to the series Game of Thrones since several scenes were filmed right here. You can visit some film locations or take part in the thematic guided tour of ¸the Game of Thrones.
Mljet island is the eighth-largest and the greenest island in Croatia, lying southwest of Dubrovnik. The western part of the island is a National Park with two deep bays, referred to as lakes because of their very narrow outlets to the sea. With lush and diverse Mediterranean vegetation, the park also has valuable Antique monuments and a 13th-century Benedictine monastery set upon an islet in the lake’s centre.
Hvar is one of the most well-known, trendiest and sunniest Dalmatian islands. Vineyards, olive groves, aromatic plants (lavender), cultural and historical monuments, and 2,718 hours of sunshine a year attract people worldwide.
According to a legend, Korčula owes its name to the beautiful Kerkyra, a heroine in Greek mythology who lived on this island. It is also believed that the world traveller Marco Polo was born in Korčula. While exploring the island, you can visit the house where he was supposedly born. With its well-preserved walls, gates, towers, loggias, medieval streets and squares, Korčula is a real open-air museum.
Trogir is a town on an island, which has Hellenistic roots. Trogir, also called the ‘Croatian Venice’, is unique among Dalmatian towns for its impressive Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, which flourished under Venetian rule. Along with its magnificent Cathedral, that earned its World Heritage status in 1997.
Sibenik is one of the largest cities on the Adriatic coast. The narrow cobbled streets give it a unique charm. The crowning architectural landmark of Sibenik is the Cathedral of St. James, built exclusively from stone and stone slabs. The Cathedral is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In conjunction with the other buildings, the Cathedral forms one of the most beautiful squares in Croatia. The stone labyrinth of steep backstreets and alleys are a joy to explore.
Primosten is a fishing and viticultural town once connected to the mainland via a wooden bridge but was later connected to the mainland by a causeway in the times of Turkish invasions. Narrow streets will lead you to the church of St. Joseph from the 15th century. There are miles of beautiful beaches and a wide selection of cafes, restaurants, souvenirs and art shops.
Zadar is a seaside town in northern Dalmatia with the remains of the Venetian era, a cathedral from the 8th century, the Roman Forum, the remains of the medieval walls. The most important landmark is the church of Sv. Donat, probably built in the 9th century. The famous Maraschino brandy comes from here and is produced by the old recipe of the Dominicans.
The island’s name means “Long Island”, which is not surprising because this is the second-largest island of the Zadar archipelago. Here we find karst fields, caves, beautiful beaches, and a crystal clear sea. In addition, we will visit the Telašćica National Park, pristine nature, naturally protected from the winds from the Adriatic sea.
The National Park Kornati consists of 89 islands and islets carved with cracks, caves and cliffs, and dotted with tufts of evergreen forest. The Kornati National Park is a delight for any lover of unspoiled nature, limpid waters and tranquillity.
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