Adriatic Cruise small ship Prestige
  • Included Features

    • 8-day/7-night cruise from Split to Dubrovnik aboard the beautiful M/S Prestige or M/S Freedom in a cabin with private facilities
    • Arrival transfer from Split airport/hotel
    • Departure transfer to Dubrovnik airport/hotel
    • Welcome reception with dinner
    • Breakfast daily
    • 6 lunches on board
    • 2 dinners
    • Welcome reception with dinner on board
    • Captain’s dinner with live music and a glass of wine
    • Complimentary bottled water, coffee and tea
    • Professional Cruise Manager throughout
    • Luggage handling
    • Whisper technology enhanced touring
    • Service charges and taxes
    • Free Wi-Fi on board
    • Port taxes


    Cruise highlights

    • Split, built around Diocletian’s Palace
    • The Golden Horn beach on Bol island
    • Island Vis with its natural beauty
    • Hvar, the sunniest Croatian island
    • Korcula: visit of an olive oil mill, the Barilo Ethno Museum, and a local vineyard
    • Mljet National Park
    • Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic
  • Day 1, arrive Split, Sunday

    You will be transferred from Split’s airport or your hotel in Split to the port, where embarkation begins at noon. Later, meet your fellow travelers and your Cruise Manager for an onboard Welcome Reception and Dinner. (WD)

    Day 2, Split – Bol – Stari Grad, Monday

    We start the day with breakfast and a guided walking tour of Split. We visit the historic inner city, built around the Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, a UNESCO World Heritage site. We then see the remnants of Split’s Roman heritage, it’s Renaissance and Gothic structures, Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle, and the Cathedral. After the walking tour, we set sail towards Bol, home to one of the most breathtaking beaches in Croatia: the Golden Horn. This vast, golden pebble beach is unique in that it changes shape and position depending on the direction of the winds. After a swim, we head to Hvar, one of the most popular islands in the Adriatic and a rendez-vous point for the international jet-set. The “Croatian Madeira” is also one of the longest islands in the Adriatic. We spend the evening and overnight docked in Stari Grad, one of the oldest towns in Europe. (B, L)

    Day 3, Stari Grad – Hvar – Vis, Tueday

    Following breakfast, there is a short sail towards the island and town of Hvar for a sightseeing tour featuring the first public theatre in Europe, the Franciscan Monastery and many more historical sights. Then we cruise towards the Island of Vis, arguably one of the most beautiful islands off the Croation coast. The small and historic town of Vis was founded around 397 B.C. In 2017, the movie “Mama Mia! Here We Go Again” was filmed here. Our tour of Vis features the town’s waterfront and its spectacular and unspoiled nature. The evening is at leisure. (B, L)

    Day 4, Vis – Vela Luka, Wednesday

    After breakfast, we set sail for Korcula Island, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Our port of call for the day is Vela Luka (the “big harbor”) town, dating back to pre-historic times. After lunch onboard, we depart for an afternoon ‘Korcula island tour’. On the island, we visit an olive oil mill, the Barilo Ethno Museum, and a vineyard for wine and cheese tasting. We then return to our ship for an evening at leisure. (B, L)

    Day 5, Vela Luka – Korcula, Thursday

    There will be some time for swimming before we continue our cruise for Korcula town. There, we walk through the narrow, cobble-stone streets and visit the majestic Gothic Baroque Cathedral of St. Mark. The evening is free to discover more of the town and enjoy dinner on your own at one of the many local restaurants. (B, L)

    Day 6, Korcula – Mljet, Friday

    Today we set sail for Mljet Island. Mljet National Park features five types of forest, many species of birds, and two deep lakes, Veliko Jezero (Big Lake) and Malo Jezero (Small Lake). This amazing island was supposedly a favorite holiday spot for the Greek hero Ulysses! Onboard our ship tonight, there is a Captain’s dinner with live entertainment and a glass of wine. (B, L, D)

    Day 7, Mljet – Dubrovnik, Saturday

    While having breakfast, we sail to Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, and a UNESCO World Heritage site. In Dubrovnik, we take a walking tour of the old town and visit the Rector’s Palace and the Franciscan Monastery with its Pharmacy. The remainder of the day is free to further explore this wonderful city on your own. (B, L)

    Day 8, depart Dubrovnik, Sunday

    After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. You will be transferred to Dubrovnik airport or to your Dubrovnik hotel. Alternatively, you can stay on and join Kompas’ “Jewels of Croatia” tour. (B)

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