Explore Croatia’s stunning landscapes, traditional culture and laid-back lifestyle with SITA! Discover Korcula, an island best known as the birthplace of Marco Polo before moving on to the last remaining wetland deltas in Europe. Continue to Split, Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia Region. From the historic heritage town of Zadar to gourmet wines and the famous Opatija Riviera, this 8-day cruise has everything to make it an experience of a lifetime!
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Depart for Rab, known as the island of love. See medieval walls, palaces, churches and squares that Croatia is renowned for. Visit Zadar, the oldest university town in Croatia. Taste wines in the famous Bibich winery. From exploring waterfalls to UNESCO protected sites of Split and the birthplace of Marco Polo, you are bound to be enchanted on this breathtakingly beautiful cruise itinerary!
This is a 7 night small ship cruise along the beautiful Croatian coast. Visit Krk, the largest Croatian island with its dramatic rock faces and hidden bays and beaches. Wander around Rab, the “island of love” and taste the famous Rapska Torta. Take in the rich cultural heritage of Zadar. The “sunshine island” of Losinj, a popular island in the North Adriatic has a cool Mediterranean vibe.
Cruise for 8 days from Split to Opatija. Explore the spectacular scenery that makes Croatia a destination to visit. The stunning Adriatic coastline and islands include small coves where you can swim in crystal-blue waters, historical towns and sites, natural beauty of the national parks and so much more!
Your relaxing journey starts in Croatia’s capital, Zagreb and then on to the lakes and waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park. You will board your ship in Split, a monumental city under UNESCO protection featuring an abundance of Roman architecture. Cruise the Dalmatian coast with stops along the way to Dubrovnik, the highlight of your cruise. Enjoy the amazing sights of nature as you cruise from one island to another.
Start your tour by visiting Montenegro, a small country with magnificent mountains, clear lakes and serene beaches. Depart for Mostar in neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina and discover its culture, color, and cuisine. Once on board the cruise from Dubrovnik, visit some of the most charming Croatian islands and small waterfront towns, including Hvar and the UNESCO protected city of Split.
Arrive in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia and take a walking tour of its historic upper town. Visit Pltivice Lakes National Park, Croatia’s oldest and most beautiful, consisting of 16 lakes and connected with a series of waterfalls. Take a guided tour of the monumental, UNESCO protected city of Split with an abundance of Roman architecture. Take a cruise from Split and explore some of Croatia’s most revered islands, including Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo.
This 9-day land tour offers the best that Croatia has to offer. You will start in the capital, Zagreb with a walking tour. Visits will include Plitvice Lakes National Park with its lakes and waterfalls, the UNESCO town of Trogir with its palaces, churches, and towers and on to the walled city of Dubrovnik. Food and wine lovers will love the included Croatian tapas, ine and truffle tastings.
Croatia offers a rich history, beautiful islands, and a mild climate. In 8 days, explore this amazing country by cruise and bike. The tour starts and ends in Split exploring Hvar, the longest Croatian island; Korcula, the home of Marco Polo; ancient towns, and magnificent coastlines. Highlights include great beaches, vineyards, pine woods, cycling across the historic islands and exploring Mljet National Park.
Enjoy seven unforgettable days cruising on the southern Adriatic Sea from one island to another with the small ship cruiser. Relax and let the captain, the crew and our tour manager, take care of you. Mornings you can relax on spacious decks and sunbathe or refresh yourself in the Adriatic Sea. Afternoons and evenings are carefully planned for you to explore Croatia’s finest destinations with local experts.