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Cruising Croatia & Montenegro – Dubrovnik, Split, Enchanting Islands And Kotor Bay

  • Duration: 8 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TLEGCCRM

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Air
Enjoy a breathtaking sea cruise through the beautiful landscapes of Croatia and Montenegro, discovering spectacular sights on the way.
PRICE FROM ? £1889 per person
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  • Day 1 - Dubrovnik

    Fly to Dubrovnik, where you will be met and transferred to your cruise ship for seven nights. You will have the chance to enjoy a crew presentation followed by a welcome drink.

    Meals - Dinner

  • Day 2 - Dubrovnik to Mljet

    In the morning, join an optional guided tour of the city of Dubrovnik. Nicknamed 'the pearl of the Adriatic', the city is spread out before the sea at the foot of a range of rugged limestone mountains. The ancient city of Ragusa is famous for its ramparts, which date from medieval times, and its numerous pre-Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings.

    Spend your afternoon at leisure to explore Dubrovnik. We recommend a walk around the ramparts, where you will get a beautiful view over the old town.

    Dinner on board the ship is followed by an evening of dancing. The ship sets sail around midnight to cruise overnight to Mljet.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 3 - Mljet to Korcula

    We arrive in Mljet this morning. Situated between the island of Korcula and Dubrovnik, this is one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic.

    Join an optional excursion by local boats to the Benedictine Monastery, which rises on an islet in the middle of the lake, Veliko Jezero. Built in the 12th century in the Romanesque style and reworked many times over time, it is now dressed up in Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

    During lunch, we cruise to Korcula where you can join an optional guided tour of the town. You can only explore this town on foot. You will visit St Mark’s cathedral (1420), testimony to the skill of the stone cutters and the talent of the sculptors of the period. You will see its sumptuous doorway flanked by two lions, a work by the Milanese artist, Bonino, and the town’s museum which houses ancient Greek and Roman artefacts.

    Dinner on board, followed by a traditional 'sabre dancing' evening.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 4 - Korcula to Sibenik

    Today, your morning will be spent cruising, passing Hvar, Brac and Split.

    Early afternoon, we arrive in Sibenik where you can join an optional guided tour, uncovering the oldest Slavic city on the Adriatic and later, Krka Falls.

    See Sibenik’s historic centre with its maze of narrow streets from the 15th and 16th centuries and St James’ Cathedral built entirely of stone. You will then board your coach which will take you to the Krka Falls.

    The Krka flows for 75km from its spectacular source near Knin to the Adriatic which it reaches at Sibenik. The Krka widens and forms a lake before narrowing again at Skradinski Buk. It is here that the site is at its most beautiful: the water cascades over 17 shelves flowing like a staircase.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 5 - Sibenik to Trogir to Split

    Upon our arrival in Trogir, why not join an optional guided tour of the city?

    Built covering the entire island, Trogir is a little jewel of a town, with narrow labyrinth streets and a scattering of stairways and passageways. The town has been classed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

    We continue our cruise along the Dalmatian Coast to Split, second largest city of Croatia, where you will have the opportunity to join an optional guided visit of the Diocletian Palace, historical jewel of Split.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 6 - Split to Hvar to Vis

    Our cruise will depart early in the morning. We will reach Hvar, where you can take an optional guided tour of the town, which will begin on the main square, Trg Svetog Stjepana. This is one of the biggest and oldest squares in Dalmatia. A must see is St. Stephen’s cathedral with its bell tower.

    We reconvene back on board for lunch and depart for Vis.

    The most westerly of the Dalmatian islands and the least known, due to it being closed to tourists, Vis is a pearl which really has to be seen: unspoilt landscapes and a rugged coastline sheltering numerous creeks and coves, it is the most authentic island in the entire Adriatic.

    We return to our ship for the gala dinner, followed by an evening of dancing. We will depart during the night for Kotor.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 7 - Kotor to Dubrovnik

    Today we arrive in Kotor. The Kotor Peninsula is quite unique: the sea sweeps in for several miles, forming a number of calm bays.

    Why not join an optional guided tour of Kotor, with a visit of the old town on foot.

    Later we rejoin our ship and cruise towards Dubrovnik where you have a free evening to explore the city.

    Meals - Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Day 8 - Dubrovnik

    Disembark your cruise ship and transfer to Dubrovnik Airport for the return flight to the UK.

    Meals - Breakfast

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You will cruise for seven nights on board the MS Belle de l'Adriatique, which is part of the CroisiEurope fleet.  Back to top