- 7-night deluxe Croatia cruise with half board
- English-speaking guided tours of Dubrovnik, Hvar, Korcula and Split
- Visit Miljet National Park’s famed salt water lakes
- Admire the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Ride Dubrovnik’s cable car to enjoy the best views
- Enjoy a wine tasting experience at the oldest winery in Dalmatia
- Visit Croatia’s most popular tourist attractions
- Daily cabin service and free Wi-Fi onboard
Day 1: Split
On arrival at Split airport you will transfer to Split’s harbour where our ship is docked. Check in from 14.00 hrs and relax in your deluxe cabin. If you can’t wait to explore the city, you can join a guided tour of the historic Old Town and admire the stunning Roman architecture of the imposing Diocletian Palace.
In the evening, you are invited to the Welcome reception and cocktail party. You will be introduced to the captain and the crew, and can get to know your fellow guests. Overnight in Split.
Day 2: Korčula
Enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast on route for the beautiful island of Korčula. This is the birthplace of the famous world explorer Marco Polo. En route there is a stop in one of the idyllic secluded bays, where you can swim or relax before lunch is served on board.
On arrival in Korčula in the afternoon, join our English-speaking guided walking tour of the enchanting town. Visit the ancient fortified walls, structures and monuments, and explore the island’s lively cafes, bars and restaurants. Korčula also boasts plenty of evening entertainment options.
Day 3: Mljet – Dubrovnik
On arrival at the island of Mljet we head for the famous saltwater lakes that are situated in Mljet National Park. Take a boat trip to the St Mary Isle, to visit the 12th century Benedictine monastery that is located on the secluded spot. To explore the natural beauty of the park’s extensive breathtaking landscape you can hire a bicycle, scooter or kayak.
Lunch is served on board. In the late afternoon, admire the impressive banks of Dubrovnik’s old city, as the captain takes you on a cruise along the historic defensive walls.
Day 4: Dubrovnik
Join our English-speaking guided walking tour of Dubrovnik’s Old Town after breakfast. Meander through the ancient streets and admire the beautiful well-preserved historic Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance buildings, monuments and sights. Ride the cable car to the top of Mount Srđ to enjoy spectacular views of the neighbouring Elaphiti Islands from the best vantage point in the city.
You have a free afternoon to do as you please. A leisurely walk along Dubrovnik’s 1,940 m long walls that encircle and protect the Old Town, and the Stradun promenade are highly recommended.
Day 5: Pelješac Peninsula
We depart from Dubrovnik in the morning, on an island hopping adventure to the splendid Pelješac peninsula, Croatia’s longest stretch of beaches, bays, reefs and fjords. Enjoy a swim stop at one of the Elaphiti Islands, before lunch is served on board.
The fingerlike Pelješac peninsula boasts natural scenic rural areas that are perfect for exploring. Visit a local farm and participate in a typical traditional village party. You’ll have an opportunity to sample delicious Croatian delicacies and wine. Late transfer back to the ship, with overnight in Pelješac peninsula.
Day 6: Pelješac Peninsula – Hvar
The jet-set island of Hvar is our destination after breakfast. En route, lunch is served on the tiny Island of Šćedro. At the Pakleni Islands you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. On arrival in Hvar, join our guided tour of the heart of the town, and a presentation of lavender products that are locally made on the island.
Visit the Renaissance cathedral and admire its original tower. The oldest community theatre in Europe is also situated in Hvar. From the town fort spectacular scenic views await you.
Day 7: Hvar – Bol
The island of Brač is our final exploration haven. The picturesque fisherman’s town of Bol is home to one of Croatia’s most famous beaches. The Zlatni Rat (or Golden Cape) is a horn shaped golden sandy beach that has become a top tourist attraction. Lunch is served on board.
At the oldest Dalmatia winery you can enjoy a wine tasting experience, in the afternoon. Learn about Croatian wines and sample a few. The captain’s farewell dinner with live entertainment is the perfect way to celebrate the last night of your deluxe cruise.
Day 8: Bol – Split
We sail to Split early in the morning. On arrival at the harbour, it’s time to say goodbye to the crew and to your fellow guests. Disembarkation is by 9.00 am, with private transfer to Split airport.
The MV Infinity was launched after much anticipation in 2016 and features 19 cabins with a capacity of 38 guests. This beautifully appointed deluxe ship has emerged as the most sought-after cruise ship in Croatia.
- 7-night deluxe cruise with a choice of lower deck, main deck or upper deck cabin accommodation
- Price includes return flights from airports across the UK.
- Private return transfers from Split harbour to the airport
- Welcome reception and cocktail party, and Captain’s dinner with live entertainment
- Daily buffet breakfast and lunch, plus 4 evening meals
- 1L of bottled water per person daily
- Guided walking tours of Dubrovnik, Hvar, Korčula, Split
- Entrance to the Dubrovnik cable car and Mljet National Park. Wine tasting tour in Bol.
- Visitors’ taxes and port fees
- Price per person based on low season departures in May and October.
- May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
- June, 5, 12, 19, 26
- July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
- August 7, 14, 21, 28
- September 4, 11, 18, 25
- October 2, 9