Adriatic round cruise from Split to Dubrovnik

Do you want to travel? Do you like to enjoy the clean sea while sailing? Want to visit Croatia and all of its most important sights and beautiful islands? We have the perfect cruise for you!

Adriatic round cruise from Split to Dubrovnik is a cruise that is ideal for people who have not visited Croatia and would like to see some of the most important parts of the country in one trip, and is also ideal for people who missed their first trip to enjoy the benefits of central and southern Dalmatia . In our cruise from Split to Dubrovnik you will sail the ship M / S Eden and in your itinerary you will visit some of the most beautiful cities and islands in Croatia. This sailing trip will leave you with unforgettable memories that you will carry with you for a long time, and these same memories will encourage you to take another beautiful trip through this unbeliavable country. This seven nights cruise trip includes visiting some of the most beautiful cities and island on the Dalmation coast, which include Split, Brač, Makarska, Korčula, Dubrovnik, Mljet and Hvar.


From this Dalmatian town begins and ends your unforgettable sailing tour. Split is the largest city in Dalmatia and the second largest in Croatia. This Dalmatian town was made in the Roman period when it was settled by Emperor Diocletian, deciding to make his grand palace to enjoy the last years of his life. This palace today is one of the most preserved sights from the Roman period, and it is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The palace is also one of the most significant tourist attraction in the city. Split is a city that has a rich history behind it, and lures today’s visitors with its specific tradition, but also with its natural beauty and cultural heritage. You will spend your first evening on a sailing tour on a boat in Split, where dinner will be organized in the evening and then you will head towards the island of Brac in the early morning.


The island of Brac is one of the most beautiful and specific islands in the Adriatic Sea, and is distinguished by its Brac tradition and stone houses with fishing anchored boats. This island offers a true Dalmatian island experience, and you will be delighted by its unique cultural and historical heritage and natural beauty, which encompasses not only the forested part of the island, but also the beautiful bays that surround the crystal clear Adriatic Sea. On Brac you will visit the town of Pucisca where you will enjoy a sunny day by swimming and sightseeing. Wine tasting excursion will  also be available during the visit. The next destination is Makarska where you will spend the night.


Makarska is a coastal town in the Split-Dalmatia County, located at the foot of the Biokovo Mountain. This city is one of the most famous coastal tourist areas, and is primarily attractive because of its natural, cultural and climatic characteristics. Of course, an indispensable part of the tourist offer of Makarska is the specific catering that will delight every visitor. You will spend the night in this beuatiful town and in the morning you will have breakfast on the deck and head to the island of Korčula.


Korcula is one of the most famous destinations when it comes to history, gastronomy, culture and a place to rest by the sea. Korcula, the town of Marco Polo, is a fishing stone town that provides every visitor with a wide range of tourist offer that will knock anyone off their feet. The city is ideal for swimming, sightseeing and romantic night walks with wine tasting. You will have plenty of time for sightseeing and enjoying this beautiful island, since you will spend the night there before we leave for Dubrovnik.


According to statistics, this city is the most visited city in the Republic of Croatia, and is the pearl of the Croatian Adriatic. Dubrovnik is the capital of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and is located in the south of Croatia. The history of this city goes back to the 7th century when the city itself was built and today the walls and the old city enrich the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage. Dubrovnik is also known for its large number of beautiful beaches but also its exceptionally developed hotel and gastronomic offer. You will spend the evening in Dubrovnik, and it is recommended that you take a stroll around Dubrovnik’s most famous Stradun Street. The day after we will head to one of the most beautiful Croatian national parks – Mljet.


Mljet National Park is one of the oldest marine parks in the Mediterranean, occupying the northwestern third of the island. It was proclaimed a national park in 1960, and was given the title because of its exceptional cultural and historical heritage dating back to the time of the Illyrian tribes, but also the natural beauty that will leave you breathless. The night will be spent on Mljet, and the next day you will head to the sunniest island in Croatia, the island of Hvar.


Hvar Island is one of the sunniest and hottest European summer destinations and is an extremely popular destination for all tourists who are visiting the Croatian coast. Hvar is special, not only for the crystal clear Adriatic Sea that surrounds it but also for the untouched preserved nature, cultural and historical heritage, specific Mediterranean gastronomy and the largest number of sunny hours a year, which is why it is called the sunniest Croatian island. Hvar is also well known for its summer nights and cocktails, which you will have a chance to experience since you will overnight here. Tomorrow morning, on the last day, we will be headed to Split, our first and final destination.

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