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Experience the delights of the Croatian coast on this small-ship cruising adventure beginning and ending in Split. Taking in the small villages, Dalmatian lifestyle, winding streams and crisp blue waters that make this European strip of coast such a winner. After sailing to Trogir to witness some of the country's finest architecture, drop anchor in the beautiful bays of Kornati National Park for a refreshing dip or kayak. Head up to Zadar to see and hear the phenomenal Sea Organ, whose aural waves tell the story of this old soul of a town. Then, after a leisurely hike around the gorgeous Plitvice National Park, dine like the Dalmatians in a quaint village near Sibenik, and stop for a taste of Croatia's finest wines. With the Peregrine Dalmatia ship as a base, this is a Croatian adventure of both style and comfort.
Day 1: Split
Welcome to Split, Croatia’s second largest city. Board your ship at 5 pm and meet your fellow travellers for a welcome meeting and safety briefing. This evening, enjoy a group dinner and a drink on board to toast to the adventure ahead before overnighting in port.
Day 2: Sibenik
Sail to Sibenik, take a short orientation walk with your leader, then a transfer to one of Croatia’s finest wineries to taste some world-class varieties. Enjoy a traditional Dalmatian lunch in an agriturismo renowned for its famous smoked ham, known to the locals as prsut. Explore the farm and enjoy the local countryside, before returning to Sibenik for an afternoon walking tour with a local guide.
Day 3: Zadar
Travel to Zadar, the oldest continuously inhabited city in Croatia, and enjoy a walking tour with a local guide on arrival. Visit the 9th-century St Donatus Church, one of the only buildings from this period to survive the Mongol invasion. Later in the afternoon you'll head to the unique Sea Organ, which generates music via sea waves, using tubes placed beneath a set of broad marble stairs. It's not only a profound piece of art, highlighting the long history of the town, but also a feat of engineering. As darkness falls, enjoy a glass of sparkling wine at nearby Monument to the Sun, an in-ground monument consisting of 300 multi-layered glass plates in a 22-metre (72 foot) circle that produces a stunning show of light after dark. It works in tandem with the Sea Organ – one communicates with light, the other with sound.
Day 4: Plitvice Lakes National Park
Transfer by coach to Plitvice National Park, where a leisurely hike with your leader allows you to take in the natural beauty of the surrounding area. While you can't swim in these lakes, the experience of nature is a profound one, with waterfalls and butterflies piercing the ambience of the lush green forest, providing many a photo opportunity. Enjoy a packed lunch, prepared for you by the crew, then return to Zadar in the afternoon. For dinner, you’ll be served a delicious barbecue on deck before sailing to Sali overnight.
Day 5: Kornati National Park
Cruise to Kornati National Park, a nautical wonderland made up of 89 islands. Explore the beautiful bays, stopping for a swim to cool-off. Those keen for some kayaking are welcome to take that option, or alternatively, sit back and take in the endless blue-green vistas and snap some photos as you enjoy the park’s splendour from the deck. Spend the night in Telascica – part of Kornati National Park.
Day 6: Trogir
Set sail early to historic Trogir and enjoy breakfast on board before a swim stop en route. On arrival, a leader-led orientation walk acquaints you with this beautiful town. Visit the Cathedral of St Lawrence, which is one of Croatia's finest architectural pieces, and the 15th-century Kamerlengo fortress. Sit down to some lunch on board the ship before sailing to Primosten. Enjoy a free evening in this picturesque old town, which was once an island. Maybe spend time tasting some of the output of the region’s famous vineyards.
Day 7: Split
After breakfast on board, stop at Ciovo Island for a swim (if weather and time permits) before sailing back to Split. Take a guided walking tour on arrival, a city buzzing with the Dalmatian lifestyle. Located in the heart of this Mediterranean paradise is Diocletian’s Palace – erected in the 4th-century, this white-walled fortress is a city within a city. In the evening, sit down to a captain's dinner on board the Dalmatia.
Day 8: Split
Your trip comes to an end after breakfast today and you’ll disembark the ship at 10 am.
- Sibenik Orientation Walk
- Traditional Dalmatian Lunch
- Zadar City Walking Tour
- Zadar Sunset Drink
- Plitvice Lakes National Park
- Kornati National Park Visit
- Trogir Old Town Walking tour - includes Cathedral of St Lovro and Kamerlengo Fortress
- Captain's Dinner
- Split Guided Walk
- Ciovo Island Visit
7 Breakfast(s) Included
5 Lunch(es) Included
4 Dinner(s) Included
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