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Adriatic Cruising Routes

All our itineraries are suggestions only, You can choose the route on your own. Maybe you wish to visit a quite cove or a small coastal town,a national park or a church… Express your wishes and we will try to fulfil them.

KORNATIDuration: 7 days

Town of departure: Šibenik

Route: Šibenik, Vodice, Kaprije, Kakan, Žakan, across Kornats, Telaščica – Žut, Jezera, Tribunj, Šibenik

Points of interest: from the top of Zut, there is a beautiful view of Kornati, when you come to Telascica, be sure to visit Lake Mir, one of the two salt lakes in Croatia, and climb on the rocks on the outer side, from which there is a magnificent view of the open sea, Kornati are themselves unique, consisting of 93 islands, islets and cliffs which are included in a National Park.

peristilDuration: 7 days

Town of departure: Šibenik

Route: Šibenik, Primošten, Trogir, Splti – Milna, Hvar, Šolta, Rogoznica, Šibenik

Points of interest: Diocletian’s Palace in Split; Hvar: Pakleni otoci, the town of Hvar – the castle Spanjol from XVI century, and above it is the fortress which was built by Napoleon, City Tower Leroj, the Fontik town archives, St. Stjepan Cathedral, and summer houses of the Hektorovic, Lucic and Vukasinovic families.

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Duration: 7 days

Town of departure: Šibenik

Route: Šibenik, Komiža – Biševo, Hvar, Milna, Trogir, Drvenik, Primošten, Šibenik

Point of interest: Diocletian’s Palace in Split; Vis, Bisevo: Modra spilja and Medvidja spilja on Bisevo, Crkva Sv. Nikole in Komiza; Hvar: Pakleni otoci, the town of Hvar – the castle Spanjol from XVI century, and above it is the fortress which was built by Napoleon, City Tower Leroj, the Fontik town archives, St. Stjepan Cathedral, and summer houses of the Hektorovic, Lucic and Vukasinovic families.

zadarDuration: 7 days

Town of departure: Šibenik

Route: Šibenik, Vodice, Murter, Biograd, Zadar, Telaščica – Žut, Prvić, Tribunj or Zlarin, Šibenik

Point of interest: from the top of Zut, there is a beautiful view of Kornati, when you come to Telascica, be sure to visit Lake Mir, one of the two salt lakes in Croatia, and climb on the rocks on the outer side, from which there is a magnificent view of the open sea, Kornati are themselves unique, consisting of 93 islands, islets and cliffs which are included in a National Park.

sibenik_001Duration: 14 days

Town of departure: Šibenik

Route: Šibenik, Kornati, Telaščica, Sali, Iž Veli, Molat, Premuda, Ilovik, Mali Lošinj, Susak, Silba, Olib, Novalja, Zadar, Biograd, Murter, Jezera, Tisno, Kaprije, Vodice, Skradin, Šibenik

DubrovnikDuration: 14 days

Town of departure: Šibenik

Route: Šibenik, Vis, Komiža, Vela luka, Mljet- Pomena, Mljet-Polača, Dubrovnik, Lopud-Šipan, Korčula, Hvar, Trogir, Rogoznica, Zlarin, Šibenik

Point of interest: Dubrovnik – ramparts, the old town, the port of Gruska, Daksa island with the monastery where Ivan Gundulic wrote “Suze sina razmetnoga”, Lokrum island on the Elafiti islands, be sure to visit Sv. Andrija, an uninhabited island from the top of which there is a unique view, then, there is Lopud with summer houses there, and be sure not to forget Sipan an Jakljan on Mljet, visit: the Saplunara sandy beach, the Ulysses’ cave which is connected with the legend about Ulysses and Calypso, Pomena, Veliko and Malo jezero Korcula: Vela Luka – in the local museum, there is a sculpture of Henry Moore who stayed at the sculptors colony there, the place Cara with the church called Crkva Sv. Petra from XV century, Lumbarda – Bili zal is a beautiful sandy beach, the place dates from IV century B.C. as the centre of the island, the town of Korcula – the old historical city, the house of Marco Polo.

Mljet – Legend has it that Odysseus, captivated by the nymph Calypso, spent seven years in Mljet on his way back to Ithaca from the Trojan War. The island’s relative isolation and correspondingly small population make it an ideal location for a national park. We visited saltwater Veliko Jezero (Great Lake) with a 12th-century Benedictine monastery located on one of its inlets. The monastery was abandoned by the church 700 years after its construction when Napoleon conquered the area.

Korcula – Tradition has it that Korcula was founded by the Trojans in the 12th century B.C., but it was actually their old enemies, the Greeks, who colonized the island. Korcula is a famous producer of wines. While you are here, be sure to try some Grk, one of the best wines in Croatia. At the eastern end of the island, the Old Town was built on a small oval peninsula. Its tight cluster of narrow streets, constructed in a herringbone pattern, allow the sea breezes to cool the city in summer while keeping the cold winds at bay in winter. Baroque and modern houses mix together, eventually tapering off in resort hotels farther down the coastline. The town’s architectural masterpiece is the splendid Sveti Marko (St. Mark’s Cathedral), dating back to the early part of the 14th century. It took the island’s masons, renowned throughout Europe at the time, 150 years to complete, during which time styles changed from Gothic to Renaissance. Inside the cathedral are some fine works of art, including an altarpiece painting of St. Mark by Tintoretto. From Marco Polo’s House, where, some claim, the famous explorer was born in 1254, there are expansive views of the city and cathedral. According to our local guide, the Polo family still resides in Korcula.