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Croatia boasts a dramatic coastline, dotted with fascinating medieval walled cities and numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, charming islands and scenic wonders, ranging from stunning beaches to numerous national parks with unspoiled forests, gushing waterfalls & magnificent lakes. 

There are countless ways to experience the magic of Croatia!


Here are our favorite things to do

  • Explore Croatia’s charming capital, Zagreb

  • Visit the luminous lakes and waterfalls of Plitvice National Park

  • Sail the translucent, turquoise Adriatic waters along Croatia's famed Dalmatian coast

  • Add in some island hopping to Brač, Hvar and Korčula or lesser known islands such as Silba and Lastovo

  • Get lost in the narrow alleys of Sibenik

  • Admire the abundant waterfalls of Krka

  • Be amazed by the cultural heritage and splendid sites of Split

  • Enter the beautiful Blue Cave of Bisevo

  • Marvel at the views of Hvar from the Spanjola Fortress

  • Bike and swim at Mljet

  • Walk on the ancient walls of Dubrovnik at sunset

Croatia Trip Itinerary ideas
Below is an example of a Croatia travel itinerary and features visits to 
Zadar. Dubrovnik. Telašćica. Šibenik. Trogir and head to Split. Bol. Hvar. Korčula. Mljet.

Please note:
Travellulu will create a bespoke trip for you based on your preferences, personal interests and and travel requirements.
Typical Tour overview
  • 8 days / 7 night cruise 

  • Zadar, Telašćica, Šibenik, Trogir, Split, Bol, Hvar, Korčula, Mljet, Dubrovnik

  • Croatia’s magnificent Adriatic coast is on a luxury small cruise ship

  • 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 1 dinner and 1 captains dinner

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One of the best ways to discover the hidden gems off Croatia’s magnificent Adriatic coast is on a luxury small cruise ship.


These are owned and operated by family-run enterprises and captained by local experts who know the deepest secrets of the sea. A variety of routes and charters are available that cover the iconic port cities, from Zadar to Dubrovnik, and the exquisite islands in-between. We can arrange a private charter just for your family multi-generational group, a bunch of close friends, or corporate event.

If you have more time for a longer trip, we can help you design a more in depth visit of Croatia and add on a few nights before and/or after the cruise. Croatia is also a wonderful gateway to other countries in Europe and can easily be combined with neighboring Balkan countries, Italy and more.


Look no further, our expert travel specialists will craft an exclusive itinerary for you for the perfect trip to Croatia.

  • Day 1 - (Saturday) ZADA
    Embarkation begins at 13:00h. Get settled in your cabin before attending a Welcome Reception followed by dinner this evening. Overnight in Zadar. (Welcome Reception, Dinner)
  • Day 2 - (Sunday) ZADAR – TELAŠĆIC
    This morning you will join our guide for a walking tour of Zadar. You will stroll the magnificent streets of the old town and admire some of Zadar’s famous sights like the Roman Forum from the 1st century BC, and the Church of St Donatus, the famous cathedral dedicated to St Anastasia, locally called St Stošija. Lunch on board and sail to one of the most beautiful bays on the Adriatic, Telašćica Bay. This evening is reserved for some fun on board and a Captain’s dinner. (Breakfast, Lunch, Captains Dinner)
  • Day 3 - (Monday) TELAŠĆICA – ŠIBENIK
    Upon leaving Telaščica Bay this morning, you will enjoy the breath-taking scenery of Kornati National Park. The Kornati archipelago has around 140 islands, islets, and reefs, from which 89 are part of the National Park. While sailing, you will enjoy the mesmerizing views of these unique islands and pristine waters. We will make a swim stop along the sail followed by lunch on board. In the afternoon, we stop at the mainland where your coach will wait for you to transfer to Krka National Park, which is one of the most famous sights in Croatia and the true masterpiece of nature with its waterfalls and karstic nature. You will visit the largest cascade, Skradinski Buk which cascades over 17 natural barriers. After the visit to Krka National Park, a coach transfer to Šibenik will be organized. Overnight in Šibenik. (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 4 - (Tuesday) ŠIBENIK – TROGIR - SPLI
    We leave Šibenik and sail to Trogir with a swim stop along the sail. Lunch on board. We arrive in Trogir in the afternoon where you will have some free time to explore this beautiful Dalmatian jewel. Later in the afternoon, we leave Trogir and head to Split. Upon arrival in Split, you will join our guide for a walking tour. Split is the second largest Croatian city, best known for its glorious palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Overnight in Split. (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 5 - (Wednesday) SPLIT – BOL – HVAR
    In the morning, we leave Split and head to the island of Brač, to Bol which is famous for its Golden Cape, the 530 m long golden pebble beach, unique since it changes it's shape and position depending on the winds and currents. You will have time to walk around this small town, have a coffee or simply go swimming. Lunch on board. After the lunch, we continue sailing along the beautiful coast, towards the island of Hvar. Upon arrival in Hvar, join our guided city tour, find out about its rich history, beautiful architecture, and important landmarks like the Cathedral of St Stephen, the Theatre which is one of the oldest in Europe dating back to 1612, and the Spanish Fortress. Later on, you can explore the town on your own and check out its night life. Overnight in Hvar. (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 6 - (Thursday) HVAR – KORČULA – MLJET
    After breakfast, we set sail towards the island of Korčula and eponymous town. Lunch on board. The city of Korčula is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in the Mediterranean, thought to be the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. This afternoon, you will join our guide for a walking tour of Korčula and enjoy strolling around its beautiful, narrow streets. We continue sailing toward the island of Mljet where upon arrival, you will visit the National Park, well known for it's versatile eco-system and two salt lakes (‘’Veliko jezero’’- Big Lake and ‘’Malo jezero’’- Small Lake), and for its Benedictine Monastery from the 12th century located on St Mary’s Islet. Overnight in Pomena. (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 7 - (Friday) MLJET – DUBROVNIK
    This morning we sail out toward our last stop, Dubrovnik. Upon arrival in Dubrovnik, you will take a coach transfer to the Old Town and, in the company of our licensed guide, you will have the opportunity to explore Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, and UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. You will have a free evening to seal this wonderful journey with an unforgettable dinner in one of the local restaurants. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (Breakfast, Lunch)
  • Day 8 - (Saturday) DUBROVNIK DEPARTURE
    After breakfast, it’s time to disembark. (Breakfast)
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