For those of you looking for the best routes and itineraries for a Croatia Islands cruise, we have listed several of our top recommendations below. In doing so, we hope to provide some inspiration and help you decide how you would like to explore this wonderful corner of the world.
Split to Dubrovnik
Embark on an eleven-day adventure of a lifetime from Split to Dubrovnik on a luxury Croatia cruise and check off must-visit sites such as Hvar, Vis and Korcula along the way. This route offers a wonderful approach to exploring the glorious Dalmatian Coast.
The full seven-night itinerary covers Split, Trogir, Hvar, Vis, Korcula, Slano and Dubrovnik. We have shared some highlights of the journey below.
Begin the adventure in one of the best places to visit in Croatia, Split. This dazzlingly beautiful city offers a sensational taste of quintessential Mediterranean life. You’ll be spoilt for things to do in this wonderful part of the country.
One of the best things to do in Split is visit the iconic Diocletian’s Palace. The glorious UNESCO World Heritage site is nothing short of breathtaking, home to some of the world’s most well-preserved Roman architecture along with boutique shops, art galleries and wine bars.
Take a guided tour of Diocletian’s Palace to get the full experience, before returning to the boat for a cocktail al fresco.
You will also be able to visit one of Croatia’s most romantic islands, Hvar, on this Dalmatia cruise adventure. The landmass is postcard-perfect, with fragrant lavender fields, vineyards and a stunning coastline.
En route to this gorgeous island, you will also be able to stop for a swim at one of the most beautiful places in Croatia. Zlatni Rat, otherwise known as Golden Horn Beach, has a spectacular, cone-like shape that is lined with soft pebbles, electric blue waters and a forest of pine trees.
Head to Vis, one of the best hidden gems in Croatia. The island was closed to tourists for 50 years while it served as a military base. As a consequence, it lies completely unspoilt having not seen the same degree of development as other areas of the country.
Vis Island is one of the most captivating destinations to visit on a Dalmatia cruise, with its wild coastline home to dazzling beaches with crystal clear waters and pebbled shores. You’ll also be able to visit the Blue Cave, which just happens to be one of the best things to do in Croatia.