Sprinkled like jewels along the Adriatic coast, Croatia’s Dalmatian Islands are made for exploring by boat. Join us on this cruise as we stop by tranquil, pine-clad Mljet and densely forested Korcula, reportedly the birthplace of explorer Marco Polo. We head to Hvar, a captivating isle of lavender fields and chic beach bars. We visit the city of Split to see one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments, Diocletian’s Palace. And we enjoy a fitting finale to our cruise in glorious Dubrovnik.
- Return flights from Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Glasgow (Other UK airports also available)
- VIP door-to-door travel service
- 7 nights cruise on board MV Adriatic Queen
- 16 meals: 7 breakfasts (days 2-8) 5 lunches (days 1 and 3-6) 4 dinners (days 1-2, 6-7)
- Two nights of live musical entertainment
- 7 excursions and visits – a panoramic boat excursion of Mljet; guided tours of Korcula, Hvar, Split and Dubrovnik; boat excursion on the Cetina River to Radman and wine tasting in Trstenik
- All airport/port charges and duties, and visitor tax
- Services of a Titan tour manager
Subject to availability.
To speak to an adviser regarding more information for this Dubrovnik & the Damaltian Islands cruise or to book this tour, please call 0800 1707 233 and quote *DC THOMSON TRAVEL*
Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Islands Cruise Itinerary
Day 1 – UK – Dubrovnik (overnight)
Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Dubrovnik. On arrival, we transfer to the port to embark our ship.
Day 2 – Mljet – Korcula (overnight)
We sail towards the island and national park of Mljet. We walk through pine forest to the Great Lake. A small boat excursion allows us to see the salt lakes and enjoy the serenity.
This afternoon, we depart for the island of Korcula, believed to have been the birthplace of Marco Polo. We enjoy a guided tour of this old town and learn about its fascinating legends, tales and monuments. This evening, we enjoy some traditional music and entertainment on board.
Day 3 – Hvar (overnight)
Our cruise continues along the Pelješac Channel and past the tip of the Pelješac peninsula. We skim past hidden bays and inlets to the lush island of Hvar, cloaked in lavender, rosemary, heather and fig groves.
A guided tour of the town of Hvar will show you the wealth of historic buildings here, many of which surround one of the largest squares in the ancient region of Dalmatia, Trg Sveti Stjepana.
Day 4 – Split (overnight)
We continue our journey north, crossing the Hvar Channel and sailing through the narrow passage that separates the islands of Brac and Solta.
Enjoy a guided tour of Split’s charming old town, which contains the majestic Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most impressive Roman ruins in existence.
Afterwards, you’ll have some free time to explore at your own pace.
Day 5 – Split – Omis – Makarska (overnight)
We sail along the coast towards the Makarska Riviera, stopping at the town of Omis, where we spend the morning on a small boat excursion on the Cetina River to Radman mills.
This afternoon we sail south and enjoy beautiful views of the Riviera en route to the small town of Makarska, one of the most attractive, modern resorts on the Croatian coast. You’ll often find music playing in the main square in the evening.
Day 6 – Makarska – Trstenik (overnight)
This morning we cruise from Makarska towards the little village of Trstenik on the Pelješac peninsula. This small village is home to the famous Grgic winery where we have a wine tasting. Following this, there’s time at leisure.
Day 7 – Trstenik – Dubrovnik (overnight)
We sail towards the UNESCO-listed city of Dubrovnik. Upon arrival, we enjoy guided sightseeing.
There’s free time for you to have lunch before we return to the ship. Tonight, the captain’s farewell dinner is served as we cruise around the old city walls of Dubrovnik.
Day 8 Dubrovnik – UK
Transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK. Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.
Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Islands Cruise
- Other UK airports also available
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