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Croatia Cruises

With 5000 kilometres of coastline, Croatia is an ideal country for those who love the sea. Pleasant temperatures, warm sea, summer breeze, excellent company and the comfort of a small cruise ship ensure you have a journey full of new experiences and impressions.

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Croatia Cruise from Split to DubrovnikCroatia Cruise from Split to Dubrovnik
8 days
7 nights
  • 22 Jun - 29 Jun 2024
  • 06 Jul - 13 Jul 2024
  • 20 Jul - 27 Jul 2024
  • Split
    Split
  • Omis
  • Pucisca
  • Bol
  • Hvar
  • Bisevo
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
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Croatia Islands CruiseCroatia Islands Cruise
8 days
7 nights
  • 29 Jun - 06 Jul 2024
  • 10 Aug - 17 Aug 2024
  • 24 Aug - 31 Aug 2024
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
  • Sipan
  • Mljet
  • Korcula
  • Vis
  • Bisevo
  • Split
    Split
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Luxury Croatia Cruise Luxury Croatia Cruise
8 days
7 nights
  • 17 Jul - 24 Jul 2024-20%
  • 11 Sep - 18 Sep 2024
  • 02 Oct - 09 Oct 2024
  • Split
    Split
  • Korcula
  • NP Mljet
  • Dubrovnik
  • Peljesac
  • Hvar
  • Split
    Split
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Luxury Adriatic Cruise from Dubrovnik to SplitLuxury Adriatic Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split
8 days
7 nights
  • 26 Jun - 03 Jul 2024
  • 06 Jul - 13 Jul 2024
  • 10 Jul - 17 Jul 2024
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
  • Slano
  • NP Mljet
  • Korcula
  • Vis
  • Bisevo
  • Split
    Split
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Adriatic Paradise Mini cruiseAdriatic Paradise Mini cruise
4 days
3 nights
  • 22 Jun - 25 Jun 2024
  • 29 Jun - 02 Jul 2024
  • 06 Jul - 09 Jul 2024
  • Split
    Split
  • Korcula
  • NP Mljet
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
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Dalmatian Coast Mini cruiseDalmatian Coast Mini cruise
3 days
2 nights
  • 22 Jun - 24 Jun 2024
  • 29 Jun - 01 Jul 2024
  • 03 Aug - 05 Aug 2024
  • Split
    Split
  • Makarska
  • Mljet
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
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The highlights of Kvarner BayThe highlights of Kvarner Bay
8 days
7 nights
  • 29 Jun - 06 Jul 2024
  • 06 Jul - 13 Jul 2024-20%
  • 13 Jul - 20 Jul 2024-20%
  • Opatija
    Opatija
  • Krk
  • Rab
  • Zadar
  • Kornati
  • Mali Losinj
  • Opatija
    Opatija
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Mini one-way cruise from Opatija to ZadarMini one-way cruise from Opatija to Zadar
3 days
2 nights
  • 29 Jun - 01 Jul 2024
  • 06 Jul - 08 Jul 2024
  • 13 Jul - 15 Jul 2024
  • Opatija
    Opatija
  • Krk
  • Rab
  • Zadar
    Zadar
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Supreme one way cruise from Split to DubrovnikSupreme one way cruise from Split to Dubrovnik
8 days
7 nights
  • 22 Jun - 29 Jun 2024-30%
  • 06 Jul - 13 Jul 2024-30%
  • 20 Jul - 27 Jul 2024-20%
  • Split
    Split
  • Trogir
  • NP Krka
  • Stari Grad
  • Hvar
  • Vis
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
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Dalmatia discovery cruiseDalmatia discovery cruise
8 days
7 nights
  • 03 Jul - 10 Jul 2024-20%
  • 24 Jul - 31 Jul 2024
  • 07 Aug - 14 Aug 2024-20%
  • Split
    Split
  • Bol
  • Hvar
  • Bisevo
  • Vis
  • Korcula
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
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Croatian Islands Cruise from Dubrovnik to SplitCroatian Islands Cruise from Dubrovnik to Split
8 days
7 nights
  • 29 Jun - 06 Jul 2024
  • 27 Jul - 03 Aug 2024
  • 10 Aug - 17 Aug 2024
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
  • Slano
  • Mljet
  • Korcula
  • Vis
  • Bisevo
  • Split
    Split
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Deluxe Croatia cruise from Dubrovnik to Opatija Deluxe Croatia cruise from Dubrovnik to Opatija
8 days
7 nights
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  • 28 Sep - 05 Oct 2024
  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik
  • Korcula
  • Metkovic
  • Split
  • NP Krka
  • Sibenik
  • Opatija
    Opatija

Must-Visit Places on Croatia Cruises

Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Croatia on a cruise to the Adriatic Sea.

dubrovnik
DUBROVNIKDubrovnik, known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic," combines timeless history with coastal allure. Explore its charming streets, bustling Stradun main street, and iconic city walls. With landmarks like the Rector's Palace and Jesuit Staircase, the city effortlessly weaves past and present.
DUBROVNIK
Korcula
KORCULAKorčula Island captivates with history and allure. The town of Korčula, its centerpiece, showcases cobbled streets, fine restaurants, and wine bars. Known as Marco Polo's birthplace, its fortified towers reflect an ancient legacy. Indeed, this island is a standout Croatian gem.
KORCULA
Hvar
HVAR & VISHvar, the sun-kissed pearl of the Adriatic, boasts ancient coastal towns, UNESCO sites, and aromatic lavender fields. Nearby, Vis retains its untouched Mediterranean charm, with traces of naval history and the mesmerizing Blue Cave Grotto on Bisevo Island, reflecting captivating shades of blue. Experience the allure of Croatia's island gems.
HVAR & VIS
Split
SPLITSplit is not just a coastal city but a living museum. Its heart is Diocletian's Palace, a sprawling ancient Roman complex home to many alleyways, squares, and historical sites. And if you're a fan of "Game of Thrones," Split's atmospheric settings will seem eerily familiar.
SPLIT
Kornati
ZADAR & KORNATIZadar, Croatia's ancient gem, offers captivating sunsets and a unique sea organ melody. Delve into history at the Archaeological Museum. Nearby, Kornati Archipelago's 89 islands shine with untouched beauty, towering cliffs, and a tranquil Adriatic embrace.
ZADAR & KORNATI
Rovinj
ISTRIAN PENINSULA & KVARNER BAYDiscover the diverse beauty of Istria and Kvarner Bay. Bask in the views of the Riviera's grand villas and coastal charm in Opatija. Pula, with its impressive Roman amphitheater, narrates tales of ancient epochs. Meanwhile, Lošinj Island, nestled in crystal waters, invites travelers with hidden coves and serene Adriatic vibes. Explore Croatia's northern gems.
ISTRIAN PENINSULA & KVARNER BAY

Travel Tips for Croatia Cruises & FAQ

Small ships are unique and different compared to big ocean-going vessels. They are large enough to be relevant but small enough to navigate their small ports. They offer a more personal experience with a crew that values your views and opinions, and the itineraries always showcase the location's culture, history, and personalities. Each vessel has less than 40 guests, so you receive personal service and attention that large cruise ships can't match. Many of these ships can navigate narrow waterways, medieval cities, and ports, allowing you to explore without crowds.

Small Ship Cruising is all about the destinations, which means on a typical day, the vessel sets sail after breakfast. It includes a stop in the morning for a swim. Lunch is typically served in the ship's restaurant from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Additional swim stops often occur in the afternoon before the ship arrives back in port. Once ashore, the guests will typically depart for a guided tour. The guided tours usually last 90-120 minutes before guests return to the ship. As the small ships dock directly in the Old ports, they can get on and off at any time they want

The best time for Croatia cruises is form spring to autumn - cruises operate from May to October. In these two months the cruise prices are slightly lower, while the peak of the season are August and September.

Depending on the size, most ships have between 5 and 7 crew: the captain, chef, a couple of wait staff, a chambermaid, and two sailors.

The majority of cruises include half-board accommodation. That means two meals daily are usually provided, mostly breakfast and lunch on cruises. On a cruise, meals are usually listed on the daily itinerary so that you will know exactly which meals are included. The cruise manager may change some lunches or dinners so that you can enjoy a wonderful gourmet experience, such as a Welcome Dinner or Captain's Dinner. Lunches are served three-course, often including soup, pasta, seafood or meat, and a salad. Dinners included on your trip will be similar to lunches. For the rest of your meals, you will dine anywhere you choose on shore and are responsible for the cost of those meals. Your cruise manager will happily recommend a good-value restaurant nearby at every location; you can explore on your own! Please note that different cruise categories include various levels of catering services so that inclusions can vary from those listed here. Please check your specific cruise info carefully.

Guests are kindly asked to inform us as soon as possible (at least 60 days in advance) of any dietary preferences, such as diabetic, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, etc. The cruise team will make reasonable efforts to accommodate special dietary requests. However, it is important that you inform the cruise manager at the time of booking and throughout your journey.

The number of other passengers on board with you will depend on the size of the ship you're cruising on and can vary from 30 to 40.

There is usually an international mix of guests from all over the world on board – Scandinavia, the UK, New Zealand, Australia, the USA, Spain, and Italy … It will be a great way to meet people worldwide and make new and long-lasting friendships! Most of the Deluxe cruises will be for mature couples, solo travelers, and small groups of friends/family. Most passengers on these higher-standard cruises will be 35-70 years old. Some Deluxe cruises don't allow children at all. Some do, but there is no guarantee there will be other families onboard with children around the same age. It is a possibility you will end up as the only family.

Croatia is a part of the Schengen area, so visitors from many countries, including the USA, Canada, and Australia, do not need a visa for tourist visits of up to 90 days. However, checking current visa requirements before planning your trip is best.

Most cruises start from Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, or Opatija. Split, Dubrovnik, and Zadar has its international airport. If you're starting from Opatija, the nearest airport is in Pula. Still, you can also fly to Zagreb, Ljubljana, or Venice.