We Love —
- Discover Croatia's must-see destinations: Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar and Korcula, while uncovering the lesser-known jewels of Brac, Omis, Sibenik and Trogir!
- Set sail aboard the luxury M/S Agape Rose, a sublime, newly renovated ship with elegant cabins, indulgent cuisine and even a Jacuzzi on the sun deck!
- Choose from two itineraries that will host you in a Lower Deck Cabin with Half Board dining and a chance to escape to Mljet National Park!
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Your Holiday —
Your Destination —
Your Offer —
Offer 2: South Adriatic Croatia Cruise from Split/Omiš to Dubrovnik with or without flights, departing on 27th July, 10th or 24th August.
Your Itinerary in Brief —
Day 1: Saturday: Arrival in Dubrovnik
Day 2: Sunday: Dubrovnik - Slano
Day 3: Monday: Mljet - Korcula
Day 4: Tuesday: Korcula - Hvar - Vis
Day 5: Wednesday: Vis - Sibenik
Day 6: Thursday: Sibenik - Krka - Skradin - Split
Day 7: Friday: Split - Pučišća - Omiš
Day 8: Saturday: Departure
Your Itinerary —
Embark your ship at any time after 14:00. Over a welcome drink and a snack, meet your Cruise Director and the crew and get acquainted with the rules and safety measures. Your journey begins with a dinner onboard and overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 2: Dubrovnik - Slano (Breakfast & Lunch)
Enjoy a hearty breakfast before joining in an optional guided tour of Dubrovnik Old Town, organised locally. Surrounded in immense city walls, as if in a universe of its own, the world-famous Gothic and baroque facades line up as you walk the same streets like the cast and crews of the Game of Thrones, Star Wars and Robin Hood. The merchant power equal to the one of Venetian Republic, Dubrovnik was a large seafaring force. Dubrovnik nobility and captains fancied the small town of Slano for their summer estates and you will understand why as soon as you arrive in the afternoon. Explore this quaint seaside settlement on your own or join an optional tour to the town of Ston, known for many things gourmand: potent wines, ancient salt production and succulent oysters and mussels.
Breakfasts on Agape Rose are always served with a view. Enjoy the start of your day before arriving to the green island of Mljet. The national park on the island is the home of two salty lakes connected to the sea via a narrow canal. Nature lovers will get a thrill from hiking or cycling here, possibly even kayaking to the small inlet in the centre of the lake, charming with its 12th-century Monastery of St. Mary.
Alternatively, join an optional excursion – but whatever you do, do not pass on setting foot on Mljet! After a refreshing dip along the way, visit Korčula. You’ll know Korčula was a Venetian stronghold as soon as you lay your eyes on the many lion statues which lurk at you from the town’s facades and gates, intertwined with some of the most outstanding stonework you will get see anywhere on the Adriatic coast. The alleged home of the world-renowned traveller Marco Polo is bound to charm you whether you explore it on your own or in an optional walking tour. Overnight in Korčula.
Day 4: Korcula - Hvar - Vis (Breakfast & Dinner)
Enjoy a breakfast with a view and a morning sail to Hvar, officially the sunniest of 1200 Croatian islands. This jet-set fave is also the island with the most UNESCO-listed heritage in the entire world, so consider joining our optional guided tour*. In the afternoon, hop over to the island of Vis, the most distant from the coast of all inhabited islands in Croatia. Closed off to the public for the larger part of the 20th century for its role as an important Yugoslav military base, Vis and its nature remain incredibly preserved even today. Dinner onboard and overnight in Vis.
Day 5: Vis - Sibenik (Breakfast & Lunch)
You will wake up to views of Vis town waterfront, comprised of the newer, 19th-century harbour area, and the historic, medieval corner. Spanning over two millennia, the array of heritage in this small settlement might not surprise, ranging from a Greek cemetery and Roman baths to an English fort and Yugoslav militia tributes. Join an optional guided tour to get insight into the tumultuous history of Vis before setting sail towards the mainland. Arriving to Šibenik, snatch a spot on the deck, as its stone waterfront, nestled beneath the impressive St. Michael fort, remains a sight to behold. An optional walking tour* will introduce you to Šibenik’s great claim to Renaissance – both the one centuries ago, when the town’s Cathedral of St. James was constructed, and the present day, with the town known as one of Croatia’s upcoming gems. Experience its stone alleys and great cuisine in an evening on your own. Overnight in Šibenik.
When sailing along the Croatian coast, surpassing the beauty around you may seem like an impossible task. Perhaps so, but there are sites on the Croatian mainland which surely parallel it, such as the Krka River and its stunning estuary. A coach trip brings you to the small town of Skradin the small town of Skradin, the guardian of the mouth of River Krka, and the gateway to its National park. The place where wild waterfalls inspire serene lakes, the park is definitely worth a visit before heading back to the seaside to visit the gem of Trogir, a petite island bridged to the mainland. A showcase of stunning architecture founded upon Greek and Roman heritage, Trogir has been protected by UNESCO, just like its big neighbor and your next stop, the town of Split. Explore on your own or join an optional Split walking tour to learn about the Diocletian’s Palace, once the Roman Emperor’s retirement estate and today a lively city center. Whatever you do, make sure to take it easy in Split, as after all, that is the true highlight of local living here. Dinner on board and overnight in Split.
Day 7: Split - Pucisca - Omis (Breakfast & Lunch)
As you wave Split and its easy-going spirit goodbye, you’ll be heading to one of the neighboring islands, Brač, known as the homeland of ‘the Croatian marble’. You’ve probably seen this ultra-quality limestone already, perhaps on the front of the White House in Washington DC or Bundestag in Berlin, but the optional tour* to the still-operating stonemasonry school in Pučišća brings a chance to learn more about shaping this stone for eternity. Once back at the mainland, get stunned by the dramatic karst rocks backing the lovely settlement of Omiš, right at the mouth of Cetina River. Consider exploring the Cetina River canyon in a boat excursion**. Overnight in Omiš.
Day 8: Departure (Breakfast)
Enjoy one last sea view breakfast before disembarking the ship by 9:00 AM.
Please note: The cruise provides plenty of time for sunbathing, swimming and exploring the charming Dalmatian towns that we visit. In case of unfavourable weather and/or sea conditions, the cruise itinerary may be modified in the interest of passengers’ safety.
Your Ship —
Spend 7 nights in a Double Lower Cabin on a Half Board Basis (breakfast & lunch served in the main restaurant - with complimentary coffee/tea and fresh fruit all day, in addition to snacks in the afternoon and 0.5l water with each meal. On day 1, 4 and 6 dinner is included instead of lunch).
There will be plenty of space to relax and unwind with a fully air-conditioned salon-restaurant, where you can enjoy all of your meals cooked for you. During the days, you can sunbathe on the top deck and take a soak in the jacuzzi! In the evening, kick back whilst having a drink at the bar or watching the LCD TV screen as the calm sea waves flow beneath you.
Please note: Views from some staterooms may be obstructed
Your Journey —
Flights: The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.
Transfers: Shared transfers are included.
For inbound transfer arrangements please confirm with your transfer provider when you arrive. Alternatively, please check with the reception of your accommodation. If you still require assistance, please call the transfer provider directly.