During your seven nights mini cruise, you will sail through the turquoise waters of the Adriatic with a small vessel made of 20 cabins, providing you breakfast and lunch on board and depending on the cruise you choose even the excursions on the ground for each stop. To many, this is one to tick on their bucket list and demand for these cruises are high, so early booking is always recommended to avoid disappointment, especially for the months of June & September as most dates for these months tend to sell out well in advance.
There are a number of one-way cruises between Split and Dubrovnik operated with a variety of vessels from the traditional wooden boats to top of the range luxury ones with all the frills included. On these splendid cruises, you will get close to the tranquil coves, enjoy the lush green peninsulas, visit small islands, medieval towns and cities and the famous UNESCO sites during your voyages and looked after by excellent crew.
If relaxing on the deck is not your thing, we even have cruises that include hiking, walking, cycling, and meditation. So there are plenty options to choose from including shorter ones operating from Opatija for people wanting to get a feel for this experience and not wanting to commit to 7 nights cruising.
In our opinion, the best way to discover Croatia is by a multi-centre holiday as not only you get to flavour the life in small towns and cities across the Adriatic Sea but also experience some the regional differences from north to south. Due to distances and connectivity between towns, we suggest a number of multi centre holiday options as well as one with a one-way cruise programme in order to get to see the country in the best possible way, by land, and by sea. Some of the beautiful islands especially in the Dalmatia coast are best visited with a boat to appreciate the natural beauties they offer.
Dubrovnik, as charming UNESCO listed historic city combined with a 7 nights cruise stopping on stunning islands en-route to another UNESCO World Heritage, Split is a mesmerising journey. From Split, you can discover the beautiful towns such as Sibenik and Trogir, explore the nature reserve Krka National Park, its magnificent waterfalls, lakes, and rivers. You can continue further north depending on your time and preferences as the Istria region is also as striking and beautiful as the neighbouring central or Southern Dalmatia.