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This adventure-packed island hopping cruise starts in medieval Zadar and finishes in magnificent Dubrovnik, popularly called “the pearl of the Adriatic”
Our guided tour will introduce you to the long and interesting history of Zadar, the Roman city of Iadera.
Travel through this city’s most historical moments as you learn about its ancient times and the medieval period marked by the extraordinary pre-Romanesque architecture.
From Zadar you’ll sail towards Šibenik, Trogir and Split.
Walk the countless cobbled streets, admire the stunning Gothic architecture in Šibenik, the UNESCO-protected walls in Trogir and have a cup of coffee within the Roman Palace – yes, palace! – in Split!
Continuing towards Dubrovnik, this cruise will take you to the islands of Hvar, Brač, Mljet and Korčula.
You’ll visit three National Parks along the way (Kornati Islands, Krka Waterfalls & Mljet National Park) and have the opportunity to enjoy the unspoiled beauty of Croatia.
The last stop of the cruise is Croatia’s star attractions – the UNESCO-protected city of Dubrovnik, or as it was called in medieval times: Ragusa.
Explore this beautiful city at leisure and climb the centuries-old town walls to enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Adriatic sea.
Zadar and Dubrovnik
7 nights/8 days
APRIL 25 | MAY 9, 23, 30 | JUNE 06, 20 | JULY 04, 18 | AUGUST 01, 15, 29 | SEPTEMBER 12, 19, 26 | OCTOBER 10
Optional excursions are available to purchase on spot.
Additional hotel stays, day trips and activities can be added to your itinerary before or after the cruise.
Due to the specific mooring conditions and requirements in some Croatian harbours, cruise ships are moored side by side, making it necessary for clients to cross from one ship to another with gaps in between ships in order to get to the shore.
In such cases, clients need to take special care when crossing and do this at their own risk.
Crew assistance will be given to those requesting it.
Cruise not recommended for clients in wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
Welcome to Croatia!
We’ll organise private transfers from Zadar / Split airports and hotels to the harbour.
Embark the MS Premier and join fellow guests for a welcome reception followed by dinner.
Start the day with a walking tour of Zadar. Explore Zadar’s medieval city centre and learn about the history of the city.
Visit the 16th century Old Walls built as a defence from Turks, the Square of Five Wells, the Pre-Romanesque Church of St. Donat, the Cathedral of St. Anastasia and more.
Return to the ship to enjoy lunch as we sail to Sali, a small town situated on the island of Dugi Otok. Explore the town at leisure in the evening and have dinner at one of the local restaurants.
Today is reserved for a visit to two national parks.
First on our itinerary is the Kornati National Park, a home to more than 140 islands surrounded by crystal clear water.
Enjoy a swimming stop during lunch. Next up is Krka National Park with numerous waterfalls and cascades.
Follow a walking tour through the park ground after which a coach will be waiting to transfer you to Šibenik where the ship is anchored.
Free evening in Šibenik.
After the morning swim, sail down south to Trogir.
Join a sightseeing tour of this UNESCO- protected site & some free time before heading to Split.
Explore the inner walls of the Old city to see the still standing remains of the Roman palace built by Emperor Diocletian.
Don’t forget to stop by Peristil, Jupiter’s Temple or the Cathedral.
A new day takes you to Brač Island where you can swim in the blue waters of Zlatni Rat beach, famous for its shape of a horn – thus popularly called the “Golden Horn beach”.
Our next stop today is the chic Hvar Island, the sunniest and fanciest island in Croatia.
Here, the walking tour of the city of Hvar will take you to the oldest public theatre in the world, the Franciscan Monastery and more.
This evening is reserved for some free time; explore the rest of the city on your own and dine at excellent restaurants by the sea.
Note: Due to the limited capacity of the Hvar harbour (during peak season in July and August) port of call can be substituted for Stari Grad/Jelsa. In that case transfer by bus will be organized to and from Hvar.
After breakfast we sail to Korčula. Early afternoon arrival will give you enough time for sightseeing.
This alleged birthplace of Marko Polo is filled with narrow, cobbled streets that lead to St. Mark’s Cathedral. Continue sailing to Mljet Island where a tour of the National Park will be organised.
Visit the Big and Small Lakes on the Island. Return to the ship for Captain’s dinner.
The destination of your cruise holiday is Dubrovnik, a magnificent medieval town known all around the world.
While in Dubrovnik, enjoy a walking guided tour of the Old Town and climb the city walls.
Visit Rector’s Palace, Franciscan Monastery, St Blaise’s Cathedral, Onofrio’s Fountain and more before stopping at little shops for a last-minute souvenir shopping. Enjoy your last evening in Dubrovnik.
Transportation to the airport or to your accommodation for the rest of your stay will be provided.
Breakfast varies, although it mostly includes fried or scrambled eggs, a selection of salami, sausages and cheese with bread, rolls or toast and different types of cereal.
Lunch is the main meal in Croatia – it usually starts with soup, which is followed by a cooked meal.
Croatian food is heavily influenced by Austrian and Italian cuisines.
In Dalmatia, seafood, risottos, and pasta are very popular.
In continental parts, you should try schnitzel, roast meat dishes, roast potatoes, different types of pies etc.
If you prefer a lighter lunch, many restaurants offer different salads, soups, sandwiches etc.
Beaches in Croatia are mostly pebbly, some are rocky and there are several sandy beaches, although rare.
If you’re traveling with small children, it might be a good idea to get the beach shoes for them.
These can be purchased at shops and stands situated by or at beaches in Croatia.
Since January 2023, the Euro has been adopted as the official currency in Croatia. As of July 2023, 1 Croatian Euro is valued at approximately 0.86 Pound sterling.
Yes, Croatia entered the European Union in 2013.
Yes. Your travel agent will provide his/her mobile phone number, so you can reach them quickly.
Should you need any assistance before or during the holiday, let them know and they will help as soon as possible.
Give your agent a day’s notice and he/she will book a table at a requested restaurant for you or suggest best restaurants in the area.
Yes. Any additional cost will be added to your remaining balance invoice, which is due 60 days prior to your departure.
Your agent will share their personal mobile phone number with you; you’re welcome to contact them anytime (we recommend Whatsapp to save money!) should you have any questions or need assistance.
All our agents are native Croatians with rich knowledge of their country and the region.
A minimum deposit of 20% is due at the time of booking and the remaining balance is due 60 days before your departure date.
Please note that the deposit and balance due date may vary depending on the nature of the booking.
We accept payment from all major credit/debit cards.
You can pay via an online payment link which will be sent to you upon request or via bank transfer.
Yes, just let your agent know that you’d like to pay in instalments. The full amount needs to be paid 60 days prior to your departure.
We’ll email the confirmation pack to you.
Three weeks before departure, we’ll send you a pack containing all your travel documents (service vouchers).
The pack will normally be sent to your home address.
Alternatively, we can arrange the delivery to another address or to your hotel in Europe (applicable for clients travelling from other continents).
Please see our Terms & Conditions for our cancellation policy.
Since 2007 the Croatian government has levied a tourist tax or otherwise known as a Sojourn tax.
This is a tax imposed on all visitors and is common amongst virtually all the European countries.
The tax is paid to the various tourist boards and used to maintain their tourist facilities.
The amount levied ranges from 10kn to 20kn per person, per day depending on which town/city you are staying in and the season you arrive in.
The tourist tax is calculated by the hotel and added to your final hotel bill when you check out.
Please note it is your responsibility to make sure your travel documents are valid.
If you require a Visa to visit Croatia, please make sure to obtain it on time.
For more information, please see our Useful Links.
We also suggest that you purchase travel health insurance before your trip to Croatia.