Dubrovnik to Split Luxury Cruise
From: 2195 USD
You will arrive at the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik, where you can relax and enjoy the view. From there, our adventure begins! You will explore this UNESCO-protected old town, and we will personally show you all of its hidden charms.
Your luxury cruise includes swimming in the sea, learning about traditional oyster farming methods before an unforgettable meal of fresh oysters with a glass of local wine. You will also get to sample traditional dinners while surrounded by olive groves and lavender fields.
Your views will never end, including forested islands, famous beaches, vineyards, old towns, National Parks, saltwater lakes, Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, and even an ancient Benedictine monastery.
Croatia has some of the world’s most beautiful waters, and you will never get enough of swimming in the calming turquoise waters. You will be able to visit isolated towns that have a vintage Mediterranean feel. The Blue Cave is a natural phenomenon that only exists in Croatia. We can’t wait for you to enjoy it.
While the days are full of delicacies, unique adventures, and salty sea breezes, your nights are yours to do as you please. Explore towns and nearby landscapes. Our staff is always happy to make suggestions!
- Cabin with ensuite bathroom on our 8-day cruise from Dubrovnik to Split
- Private transfers to and from the ship (local accommodations or airport)
- Welcome reception & cocktail
- Daily buffet breakfast and 3-course lunch (half board)
- Complimentary water
- Captain’s dinner with welcome drink
- Complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day
- Fresh fruit available daily
- Professional English speaking Cruise Manager
- Cabin linen change mid week
- Luggage handling
- Daily cabin service
- Beach towels
- Free Wi-Fi
- Group transfer to Dubrovnik Old Town
- Guided walking tours of towns: Dubrovnik, Korčula, and Split
- Spectacular cruise along the old town city walls of Dubrovnik
- Half-day excursion of Ston with Oyster farm visit and tasting
- Entrance fees to Krka National Park
- Home hosted dinner with drinks
Welcome to Dubrovnik!Transfer to the port of Gruž awaits, taking you to board one of our luxury cruise ships as we embark on the Always Croatia Dubrovnik to Split luxury cruise. After the check-in onboard, you’ll meet the ship’s wonderful crew, its captain, and your cruise manager — hang out, and enjoy welcome drinks and snacks! Transfer to the city gates for a guided tour of the Old Town, exploring the narrow, car-free limestone streets with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture.
For 8 days, you’ll cruise the Croatian southern isles, visiting the most breathtaking places of Slano, Hvar, Korčula, and a beautiful natural Blue Cave on the Island of Vis — a cruise that offers a blend of Croatia’s rich history and mesmerizing nature!
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Guided walking tour in Dubrovnik
After breakfast, we’ll sail to the charming town of Slano. Along the way, enjoy a your first swim stop of the trip and lunch onboard.
In Slano, be prepared to sample the local delicacy: oysters! We’ll visit the town of Ston, known for its Medieval walls and oyster farming tradition that spans over two thousand years. We’ll take a short boat ride to the oyster farm in the middle of the bay to taste these delicacies straight from the sea. Accompanied by a glass of Croatian wine, of course. Return to Slano for our Captain’s Dinner with live entertainment on board.
Overnight in Slano.
Half-day excursion of Ston with Oyster farm visit and tasting; Captain’s Dinner
In the morning, we will continue our sail to the island of Korčula with a swimming stop in the gorgeous turquoise water and lunch onboard. Upon arrival in Korčula, enjoy a guided walking tour and explore the narrow cobblestone streets of this well-preserved medieval town that is thought to be the birthplace of the world-famous explorer, Marco Polo.
Afterwards, you can continue discovering all the little nooks and crannies of Korčula, or join us for an optional wine tasting in the gorgeous village of Lumbarda. Here, you will be delighted with snacks and a local varietal only grown on the island, but the best part of this optional excursion are the breathtaking views of the village and Pelješac Peninsula during magic hour. It’s nothing short of spectacular!
Overnight in Korčula.
Guided walking tour in Korčula
In the morning, we set sail towards the island of Vis. With lunch on board and a swim stop along the way, we arrive
in Vis in the early afternoon.
Vis was once an important Yugoslav naval base and was closed to the public for years. Due to this isolation, Vis has a
unique charm that feels like you’re stepping into a faraway time, making it one of our favorite stops.
In town, feel free to explore Vis at your leisure. We recommend visiting the Archaeological Museum located in the
old Austrian fort Gospina Batarija (Batteria della Madonna). In the evening, enjoy one of Vis Town’s charming
Overnight in Vis.
Our sail begins early in the morning toward the Blue Cave*. This natural phenomenon is one of the highlights of the entire week and you’ll find out for yourself why! (entrances to be paid on the spot – approx. €15)
Hvar is known as a “yachter’s paradise” and as Croatia’s sunniest island. Arrive in the afternoon for a guided tour of the town’s historical center which includes the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower, and the oldest community theatre in Europe founded in the 17th century. Hike up to the Spanish Fortress which overlooks the harbor for lovely scenic views of the yacht-filled marina and the Pakleni islands. In the evening, Hvar offers many great restaurants, cafes, and bars with many open late into the night.
Overnight in Hvar Town.
*Please note that the Blue Cave is only accessible with small boats through an entrance just 1.5m high so it is unfortunately easily made inaccessible by bad weather and high waves.
We’ll head back to the mainland now and arrive to Trogir after lunch, where we will board a bus to take us to the National Park Krka. Krka is one of Croatia’s most famous and picturesque national parks. The waterfalls and crystal clear waters are most impressive making this stop a client favorite.
After, we’ll head to a small village to the home of a local prosciutto maker. Enjoy a delicious home-cooked dinner in his family home and get to know what the Croatian culture is all about.
Overnight in Trogir.
Entrance fees to Krka National Park; Home hosted dinner with drinks
We’ll begin our last day with free time in UNESCO-protected Trogir. This town is like a museum because it’s literally packed with palaces, churches, monasteries and towers.
We’ll then continue to Split. Upon arrival, join a walking tour with a local guide through Split’s old town to get acquainted with Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace and learn about Split’s rich history. After the walking tour, enjoy one of Split’s many restaurants or eateries, among the 4th century walls of the Palace.
Overnight in Split.
Guided walking tour in Split
Enjoy a final breakfast onboard before disembarking. A transfer will bring you to the airport or your hotel in Split.
You must vacate your cabin by 9 AM but note that if your departure transfer is later than this you can leave your luggage onboard until it’s time for your transfer.