The sailing tour takes in some of the most popular island and coastal destinations in Croatia, including Hvar, Trogir, Korčula and Mljet, before you disembark in the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik.
From there, you will journey into the Balkans on a coach tour through Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and back into Croatia.
You will visit Split, one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations, and home to the 4th Century Diocletian Palace.
Because of its historical and architectural importance, the whole Old Town is UNESCO listed for world cultural heritage.
The tour also includes a visit to Krka national park, known for its stunning lakes and waterfalls, before you sail past the stunning waterfront of Šibenik as you navigate down the narrow channel of St.
Anthony out to the open seas.
The next stop is the sunny island of Hvar, famous for its endless fields of lavender and rosemary, its beautiful coast and lovely historical towns.
Another of Croatia’s national parks is next – Mljet, known for its immense beauty and its two turquoise salty lakes surrounded by thick forest.
One of the highlights of the tour is the city of Dubrovnik.
As the ship approaches the harbour, you will sail right beneath the famous city walls, before joining our guide for a tour of the old town.
After the tour you will have free time to explore Dubrovnik on your own – you can take the cable-car to the top of the hill overlooking Dubrovnik, walk along the city walls, or just explore the narrow streets of the old town.
From Dubrovnik, the coach leg of your journey begins with a day trip into Montenegro.
Next is Bosnia and Herzegovina, where you’ll visit Mostar, known as the city of bridges, and the capital city, Sarajevo, a place of many religions and cultures.
It’s the place where the Western and Eastern Roman empire split, and it is also the place where the First World War began.
The next country you will visit is Serbia and its capital city, Belgrade.
You will also visit Novi Sad, an important historical crossroads with an imposing fortress, as well as numerous museums and art galleries.
The tour returns to Croatia, to the city of Osijek in the region of Slavonia which has a flat landscape with numerous rivers flowing through the region.
This unique natural landscape makes it one of the most fertile areas in Croatia, and the region is mainly known for agriculture and its delicious cuisines.
Osijek is a popular tourist destination known for its Baroque style, open spaces gastronomic delights.
The final stop on the tour is Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city.
Your tour leader will guide you through the historic city centre, visiting St Mark’s church with its multicoloured roof, as well as the Croatian National Theatre and the University, before leaving you with some free time to explore Zagreb on your own.
Omiš – Brač – Split – Trogir – Šibenik – Vis – Hvar – Korčula – Mljet – Slano – Dubrovnik – Kotor – Mostar – Sarajevo – Belgrade – Novi Sad – Osijek – Zagreb