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We make it easy to travel on a luxury small ship cruise in Croatia as a couple, family or a large group. We are a group travel agent in Sydney that sells small ship cruise packages in Croatia.

Small ship cruises in Croatia for large groups

Forget about ocean liners with two thousand people on board, you can join a small ship cruise in Croatia, maybe even one that is a themed. You can travel with like minded individuals who appreciate the finer things in life and enjoy travelling in luxury on a small ship with not too many people. It is the most unique way to travel in Croatia. 

At Beyond Travel Groups we are a travel agent in Sydney that curates one-of-a-kind cruise experiences on small ships in Croatia. Welcome to a world where the luxury of a cruise in Croatia meets the intimacy and exclusivity you’d experience with a private boat charter. Our modern fleet is the most luxurious and newest in coastal Croatia. Our small ships have a guest capacity of just 38 people and we visit the very best destinations in Croatia from towns to islands.

Luxury small ship cruises in Croatia for groups

Imagine the grandeur of luxury cruising yachts, with a personalised touch onboard a Croatian small boat cruise. Your destination – an enigmatic dance between the ancient allure of Split, the architectural elegance of Dubrovnik, the cultural richness of Zagreb, the natural wonder of Plitvice Lakes, and the island paradises of Hvar, Korcula, Slano, and Makarska.

This isn’t just a journey; it’s an exploration of soul and senses, meticulously crafted for the discerning wanderer. Our Croatia small boat cruise packages are a mere vessel, but a sanctuary of luxury, a world where every suite is a testament to opulence, and every service, a melody of elegance.

Travel in a group on a small boat cruise in Croatia

Each  odyssey is been crafted with a golden thread of inclusivity. It’s an ensemble of cruises for large groups yet touches the pinnacle of personalisation, echoing the ethos of our luxury small boat Croatian cruises. 

Each itinerary is not a pre-determined path, but a journey of personal discovery, echoing the silent sonnets of Croatian shores.

Every Croatia boat charter has a skipper and full crew that will guide you from the architectural grandeur of Dubrovnik to the cultural symphony of Zagreb, from the natural sanctity of Plitvice Lakes to the enigmatic embrace of Hvar, Korcula, Slano, and Makarska – each destination isn’t a place, but an intimate revelation.

Indulge in the finest of Croatian cuisine on board our luxury small boat cruises where every meal is not just a dish, but a culinary journey, echoing the rich tapestry of Croatian culture. 

This odyssey of luxury small ship cruises in Croatia is curated for the discerning, echoing the ethos of best small ship cruises have to offer, that’s why we have si many incredible small ship cruises reviews.

How are small ship cruises in Croatia structured?

Duration
2-8
nights
Price
from AUD
$2,000 PP
Crew
English
speaking
Free time
up to 2 hrs
per day
Group size
Up to
38
Arrival
Split or Dubrovnik
in Croatia
Departure
Split or Dubrovnik
in Croatia
Accomodation
Single or
twin cabins
Meals
Most are
included
Season
All
year

We sell a range of different small ship cruise packages that depart at different times of the year, on different boats and on different routes. You can choose the timing, style and boat that fits your travel desires.

Every day becomes a unique adventure and as the golden Croatian sun kisses the day goodbye, retreat into the opulent embrace of a luxury boat charter. Each suite is a world of luxury, where opulence meets comfort, and every service is a silent sonnet of elegance. 

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That’s the beauty of an all inclusive Croatia cruise, every need isn’t just met but anticipated, every desire, not just fulfilled but exceeded. There is a sense of grandeur, a personalised touch that big cruise ships can’t match when you go on a small ship cruise. 

This is fast becoming one of the most popular options for travellers to Croatia – experience the Dalmatian Islands on your own private boat with a dedicated crew and customised inclusions. 

A privately chartered cruise can be organised for families, groups of friends, clubs and organisations. Charters are available on a range of fully crewed vessels from around 8 to 38 or more guests.

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So, as the silent whisper of the Adriatic calls and the golden embrace of Croatian sun awaits, step into a world where luxury is a journey, not a destination. 

Welcome to an odyssey where travelling on a small ship through the seas of Croatia can suit a mature couple, group of friends or a family reunion that is a symphony of soulful exploration and unyielding luxury. 

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Experience the best of Croatia and combine your cruise with a land tour; discover the beauty of Plitvice Lakes, explore the gourmet delights of Istria or the historical sights of the capital Zagreb. 

  • Secure extensive, first-hand knowledge of the regions
  • Long term relationships with trusted overseas partners and suppliers
  • The highest level of customer service to meet client needs
  • Competitive rates and great value inclusions
  • Complete flexibility to design tailor-made itineraries for special interest groups for yoga, LGBTQ, cycling and more.
 
Welcome aboard, to a journey where Croatia doesn’t just unfold before your eyes but touches the soul, one golden sunrise, one silent sunset, one intimate revelation at a time. 
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Customised small ship cruise Croatia itinerary

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To make travelling with a large group even easier not only do we customise every itinerary but, for each booking, all your trip details & important information is then available online via a web browser or our free travel app that you can use via any smartphone.

It makes it really easy for anyone travelling in the group to check their details, schedules, activities for the day and more. Everything is updated electronically if anything changes and it makes it really easy to keep track of your plans.

While you can certainly embark on this journey solo or with a friend, there are compelling reasons why joining a group, especially through a group travel agency specializing in large group charters, can elevate your experience.

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Small ship cruise destinations in Croatia

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"... We had the best boat cruise ever. Beyond Travel Groups is absolutely amazing at creating memories & a holiday for a large group of 30 people..."

Discover why Croatia is fast becoming the number one holiday destination for small ship cruising in Europe. Come and experience the magic, tradition, authenticity and crystal clear waters that Croatia has to offer, we have a choice of more than 100 different cruise itineraries. 

Whether it’s a top of the range deluxe ship, a traditional wooden ship, or a themed cruise such as hiking, cycling with like minded guests – you are bound to find the Croatian cruise of your dreams.

There are lots of cruise ship itineraries you can choose from that will travel to the most popular destinations in Croatia including Split. Bol, Dubrovnik and other locations. You can choose from different packages, dates and lengths of cruise. Choose from the best range of Croatian cruises from one-way from Dubrovnik & Split, mini cruises, and even customisable cruise-tour combinations.

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Small ship cruise to Hvar in Croatia

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Small ship cruise to Korcula in Croatia

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You can choose from nearly one hundred different itineraries to select the most suitable small ship cruise in Croatia. All you need to let us know is some of the destinations you’d like to visit, the size of your group and approximate budget per person. We can then narrow down the choice of itinerary to suit your specific needs, it is that easy.

DAY 1 | DUBROVNIK

Transfer from Dubrovnik airport to Dubrovnik harbour for check-in from 14.00h onwards. After settling in, transfer to the city gates for a guided tour of one of the world’s most beautifully preserved medieval cities. Meander through the narrow streets, exploring the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Take the cable car from the Old Town to the Srđ Mountain to enjoy scenic views of the mighty ramparts and the Elaphiti Islands. Return transfer to the vessel for a welcome dinner & cocktail reception. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

It is the cradle of the world’s famous white stone of Brač. Possibility of visiting a stone-masonry workshop, one of the few such workshops left in Europe. Enjoy the domestic food, wine and famous olive oil of this coastal village. Overnight in the port of Pučišća.

DAY 2 | DUBROVNIK – KORČULA

Departure towards Korčula island, best known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. While wandering along the herringbone pattern streets, discover legends, tales and monuments – Korčula treasures more of those than any other place does. Early afternoon panoramic drive through vineyards to visit the famous sandy beach Lumbarda and wine tasting in a well-known local winery with grappa and snacks. Overnight in Korčula.

Late afternoon arrival in Korčula, followed by a guided sightseeing tour of this exceptional town that treasures many legends, tales and monuments. In the evening, visit one of the numerous konobas (bistro-style restaurants), enjoy the stunning views of the mainland from the numerous cafes and bars, or visit a nearby village for a typical village dinner experience. 

DAY 3 | KORČULA - HVAR

Early departure towards Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic to visit the local farm and enjoy their wine, olive oil and traditional homemade products. Visit the Lavender Museum and Distillery with a presentation of lavender history on the island of Hvar. Transfer back to Hvar for the afternoon guided tour. One can find many historical landmarks in Hvar such as the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower and the oldest community theatre in Europe which was founded in 1612, to name a few. In the evening Hvar offers an abundance of entertainment – many restaurants, bars and cafes are open long into the night. Overnight in Hvar.

The Island is surrounded by many smaller islands, with plenty of secluded bays suitable for swimming, snorkelling, or if preferred, some personal meditation. It is also well known for many little churches and unusually shaped chimneys. This evening is Captain’s dinner onboard and overnight.

DAY 4 | HVAR - BIŠEVO

Early morning cruise towards the small island Biševo to visit the Blue Cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon (entrances to be paid on the spot). Continue to the island of Vis, once a strategic naval Yugoslav base and closed to the public for years. Due to this isolation, Vis retains a special charm – “the Mediterranean as it once was” making it really interesting to visit. Situated on the northern side of the island, Vis has developed near the remains of ancient Issa, the first urban centre in Croatia. Enjoy the wine tasting at a local, family-owned winery situated in an old tunnel, with a long winemaking tradition. Overnight in the port of Vis.

Near Vis, there is the tiny Ravnik Island, where the Green Cave is situated and which was named after the unusual greenish light that reflects in the sea (entrance fee approx. EUR 10.-). After a short swim break, cruise to the town of Vis, situated on the northern side of the island. Visit the remains of the Roman Baths, City Museum or take a walk enjoying the view of the beautiful Villae Rusticae situated along the coast. Overnight.

DAY 5 | VIS - KUĆIŠTE

Morning departure towards the Pelješac peninsula, well known for its excellent wine. Lunch on board and early afternoon transfer to the famous Korta Katarina winery, for a guided tour of the production, followed by the wine tasting. Continuation to family-owned Boutique Winery Mikulić in Orebić. Get to know the small family-owned winery and traditional winemaking process and enjoy the wine tasting of the award-winning Croatian wines, followed by dinner. Late transfer back to the vessel. Overnight on the Pelješac peninsula.

Afternoon at leisure to explore this unique town after the afternoon meditation. The famous Stari Grad Field is the oldest in Croatia and the best-preserved example of the ancient Greek system of agriculture. Together with the old town, it is a part of world heritage protected by UNESCO. Overnight in Stari Grad.

DAY 6 | KUĆIŠTE (PELJEŠAC) – STON

Departure after breakfast towards Trstenik. The first stop is the widely known Grgić Winery, founded by the highly awarded and legendary Napa Valley winemaker Mike Grgich. Here you will have the chance to taste their superb wines: Plavac Mali and Pošip. Transfer to the Croatian Museum of Viticulture Putniković, where the visitors are introduced to the traditional process of winemaking, from vineyards to barrels, the historical development of the vines and finally the wine collection, followed by a high-quality wine tasting with snacks. Then on to Ston, a small village, once fortified, famous for its oysters. After exploring the town’s vast medieval ramparts, head towards Europe’s oldest saltworks known as the trademark of Ston, a short coastal walk that leads to an oyster farm. Learn about the oysters and enjoy the special tasting of this delicacy. Transfer to Slano for the Captain’s dinner with live entertainment onboard. Overnight in Slano.

Meditation in Bol, after finding the perfect spot, possibly under the pine trees. Bol is a typical fishermen’s town that became a popular tourist destination. Explore it and check some of the great restaurants offering excellent fresh fish, local wines and other authentic island delicacies. Enjoy a lovely walk or cycle along the promenade. Hike or rent a scooter up to Vidova Gora for a spectacular view of Bol and the surrounding islands. Overnight in Bol.

DAY 7 | SLANO – DUBROVNIK

Cruise towards Dubrovnik with the scenic cruise alongside the old Dubrovnik city walls. Lunch onboard. Mooring at the Dubrovnik harbour followed by a visit to the Konavle area and Crvik winery to taste the native Dalmatian wine sort ‘’Maraština”. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

 

DAY 8 | DUBROVNIK

Gather for one last breakfast at the vessel, followed by goodbyes with the crew and all the new friends, before they see you off in Dubrovnik for transfer to the airport.

 

Amazing reviews of our small ship cruises in Croatia

“We sailed from Split to Dubrovnik with 8 families with kids ranging from 15 – 26. Everyone had a ball!!

I am beyond satisfied with the Groups by Beyond travel agency, especially, Tony Gattari. Working with this company to organise my group was a fantastic process from beginning to end where I felt not only welcomed as a client, but truly respected as a business owner. Beyond Travel provided an unparalleled level of expertise…

Tony spent time with us tweaking our itinerary so we saw the very best of what Croatia had to offer. Everything about this boat was exceptional, the spaces, the food, the service and the fabulous crew. Our amazing cruise manager Bernarda was very accommodating in making sure everyone onboard had a fun and memorable week.”

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The benefits travelling in a group on a small boat cruise in Croatia?

Picture this: The golden embrace of the Croatian sun, the tender caress of the Adriatic waves, and the mesmerizing dance of seagulls painting your skies – you’re not just a traveler; you’re an artist of experiences. Welcome aboard an intimate odyssey, tailored for thirty select souls, where the allure of Croatia is not just seen, but profoundly felt. Every port sings tales of ancient allure; every breeze is laced with an enigmatic melody. Now, grace your palate with Croatia’s most sumptuous flavours, a symphony of gastronomic brilliance. 

This isn’t just travel – it’s a sensory masterpiece. Your exclusive canvas of discovery awaits.

Group travel agencies are your go-to experts for creating seamless group travel experiences. They handle the logistics, coordinate itineraries, and ensure every member of the group is well taken care of. When it comes to a yoga-themed cruise with a group of 10 people or more, their expertise can make the process hassle-free, from booking to disembarking. 

Traveling with a large group of ten or more people on a themed boat cruise can offer several advantages compared to other ways of traveling, making it a fantastic idea to create a unique way to have a holiday

1. Exclusive experiences: When you travel as a group, you often have the choice to charter a private boat, ensuring that you have the entire vessel to yourselves. This exclusivity means you can customise the itinerary, activities, and atmosphere to suit your group’s preferences and interests. A group of 20 to 30 people can split the cost of the boat charter to make it affordable to travel in a large group with friends or family who all love doing yoga.

2. Simplified planning: Planning a group trip can be complex, but a boat cruise simplifies many aspects of the process. You have a single point of contact for booking, accommodations, dining, and activities, reducing the logistical challenges often associated with large group travel. This means you all have the same details, travel together & everything is coordinated by our travel agency.

3. Enhanced social interaction: Traveling with a large group provides a unique opportunity for social interaction and bonding. You can strengthen existing relationships, make new friends, and share memorable experiences with a diverse and like-minded group of people.

4. Entertainment: Our luxury ships are equipped with a wide range of onboard entertainment options, including dining areas, sun decks and other outdoor areas suitable for recreational activities. This ensures that everyone in your group can find something they enjoy without needing to leave the vessel. Then when we do reach a port or a harbour, the boat is small enough to dock and let people off to explore at leisure.

5. Safety and security: Traveling in a large group can provide an added sense of safety and security. You can look out for each other, and the group size can be reassuring, especially when exploring unfamiliar destinations.

6. Group discounts: Many group travel agents offer discounts and incentives for large groups, making the trip more cost-effective for everyone. This can include complimentary amenities, or group-specific land based excursions or tours.

 7. Variety of destinations: Cruise itineraries often include multiple destinations, allowing your group to explore a range of places in a single trip without the hassle of packing and unpacking at each stop.

8. Customised activities: You can work with the cruise operator to customise activities and excursions to cater to your group’s interests and preferences. Whether it’s cultural tours, adventure activities, or themed events, the cruise can be tailored to your desires.

9. Diverse dining options: Cruise ships offer a variety of dining options, from buffet-style meals to fine dining. This means that even if your group has varying dietary preferences or restrictions, there are plenty of choices to satisfy everyone.

10. Hassle-free travel: Once on board, you can relax and enjoy the journey without worrying about transportation logistics, packing and unpacking, or finding restaurants and entertainment options. Everything you need is conveniently located on the ship.

Groups by Beyond has been a trusted partner for thousands of people around the world in curating extraordinary group travel experiences in Croatia. 

As a leading travel agency in Sydney specialising in group travel, we take pride in creating memorable journeys that bring people together, foster connections, and create lifelong memories. 

With our extensive expertise and a deep passion for travel, we understand the unique dynamics and requirements of group travel. Whether you’re planning a family reunion, a corporate retreat, a school trip, or simply an adventure with your closest friends, we are here to transform your group’s travel dreams into a reality.

We believe that the joy of travel is amplified when shared with others. That’s why we have carefully curated a diverse selection of destinations perfectly suited for group travel. From awe-inspiring natural wonders to vibrant cultural hubs, our destinations cater to a wide range of interests and preferences, ensuring there’s something for everyone in your group.

Discover the transformative power of group travel with Groups by Beyond. Join us as we embark on unforgettable adventures, forge new friendships, and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime. Let us turn your group’s travel aspirations into an extraordinary reality, one remarkable destination at a time.

Whether you’re a foodie, culture enthusiast, adventure seeker, or romantic at heart, there’s a themed cruise waiting to take you on a European adventure like no other. So, why settle for the ordinary when you can set sail into the extraordinary? 

Choose your theme, pack your bags, and get ready to create memories that will last a lifetime on a themed boat cruise in Europe. Bon voyage!

Frequently asked questions about small ship cruises in Croatia

Small ship cruises in Croatia have up to 38 people on board. You travel on a luxury yacht that is designed to carry a large group which can be chartered for events, special occasions or for friends to travel together.

Step aboard, intrepid voyager. Let the Adriatic’s gentle breezes unfurl your sails and guide you to Croatia’s shores, Europe’s best-kept secret, a siren call to those with a lust for the unexplored and the exquisite. While the well-worn cobblestones of Italy, the flamenco rhythms of Spain, and the alpine splendor of Switzerland each hold their own classic allure, it is Croatia that whispers to the soul of the truly adventurous, the clever explorers who seek a tapestry woven with richer threads of culture, history, and culinary delights.

Why is Croatia a great place to go on holiday in Europe? 

Would a Croatian boat cruise eclipse its European counterparts? 

Imagine a mosaic where each tesserae is a sun-kissed island, a historical marvel, a bite of gastronomic genius. This is Croatia, where every nautical mile reveals a history written in the language of the sea, every meal is a chapter of flavor bound in tradition and innovation, and every encounter is a cultural exchange painted with the colors of the Dalmatian coast.

The Food: A Symphony of Sea and Land

Let’s embark on the gourmand’s quest first. Croatian cuisine is a chorus of Mediterranean flavors sung with a Slavic accent. As your boat docks in each port, you’re not just stepping into a new town; you’re stepping into a living cookbook of Europe’s freshest fare. Here, the seafood doesn’t just speak of the sea; it roars with the taste of the very waves you’ve sailed. From the oysters of Ston, gently coaxed open to reveal their pearlescent treasures, to the black risotto of squid ink, rich and heady, each dish is a discovery.

Pair these with the nectar of the gods – the wines born of Hvar’s sun-soaked vines, the potent spirits distilled from the fruits of Korčula’s orchards – and you have a culinary journey that rivals any landlocked European experience. This is not just eating; this is dining in a way that entwines you with the very essence of the region.


The History: Echoes of Empires

As you navigate the crystalline waters, the shores whisper tales of bygone empires. Croatia’s history is not just recorded in textbooks but etched in the very stones of the cities like Dubrovnik and Split. The ancient walls of Dubrovnik, a city that once rivaled the maritime might of Venice, invite you not to just walk through them but to travel through time. In Split, the grandeur of Diocletian’s Palace surrounds you, a Roman emperor’s retirement home turned living city.

Each harbor is a portal to the past, where the Venetians, the Romans, the Byzantines, and the Habsburgs have all left their indelible marks. It’s a 360-degree, open-air museum where history is not confined behind glass but underfoot, overhead, and within reach. The clever traveler knows that here, in the heart of Europe, the past is not a relic but a companion on their journey.


The Culture: A Tapestry Woven with Diversity

Croatia is not a monoculture; it is a vibrant tapestry of regional identities, each thread a different hue of tradition and modernity. As your boat slips into a new harbor, the tapestry unfolds in the dialect of the locals, the music that fills the air during a spontaneous klapa performance, and the festivals that celebrate everything from ancient gods to modern art.

The intrepid soul will find solace in the quiet contemplation of a Byzantine chapel, thrill in the raucous celebration of a local saint’s day, and be moved by the stark beauty of a traditional a cappella song. The adventurous are rewarded with a cultural richness that popular, crowded destinations can rarely offer in such an intimate setting.


The Adventure: An Odyssey for the Senses

A boat cruise in Croatia is an odyssey that tantalises all senses. It’s the touch of lavender from Hvar’s fields, the sight of the sun setting over the Kornati archipelago, the sound of waves lapping against the hull of your boat, the scent of pine as you anchor in a secluded bay, and the taste of a wine that carries the essence of the Istrian terroir.

While others may jostle for space in the tourist hotspots, the clever voyager who selects Croatia is immersed in an experience both serene and stimulating. Here, adventure is bespoke, tailored to the pace and passion of the traveler. One day may bring the tranquility of a secluded cove, the next the exhilarating challenge of navigating the currents around the islands.


The People: Guardians of the Adriatic

Finally, the heart of Croatia’s uniqueness beats in its people. Proud yet hospitable, they are the guardians of the Adriatic, ready to share their stories, their homes, and their tables. They offer not just a room or a meal, but an entry into the Croatian way of life.

As you voyage from port to port, you are not a tourist; you are a guest. You are invited to not just see Croatia but to participate in its daily rhythms. The knowing traveler understands that the value of a journey is measured not just in the sights seen but in the connections made, and in Croatia, those connections are as deep as the Adriatic itself.


While the grandeur of Italy, Spain, or Switzerland may call to many, the wise and worldly cast their gaze towards Croatia’s shores. Here, they find a Europe untouched by the homogeneity of mass tourism, a realm where food, history, and culture converge in a symphony of experiences, and where the journey itself becomes a story worth retelling. For those who choose to answer the call, the rewards are as limitless as the horizon that beckons them forward on their Croatian odyssey.

Croatia, a small country nestled along the Adriatic coast, is often overlooked by travellers in favour of its more well-known neighbors like Italy, Spain, and Switzerland. However, Croatia has a wealth of hidden gems to offer, from stunning beaches and medieval towns to breathtaking national parks and delicious cuisine.

There are many reasons why Croatia should be your next travel destination. Here are just a few:

  • Affordability: Croatia is a much more affordable destination than Italy, Spain, or Switzerland. You can find great deals on accommodation, food, and activities.

  • Untamed Beauty: Croatia’s coastline is dotted with stunning beaches, secluded coves, and dramatic cliffs. The country’s interior is home to lush forests, rolling hills, and snow-capped mountains.

  • Rich History: Croatia has a long and rich history, dating back to the Roman Empire. The country is home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the medieval city of Dubrovnik and the Diocletian’s Palace in Split.

  • Warm Hospitality: Croatian people are known for their warm hospitality. They are always happy to welcome visitors and share their culture.


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Towns:

  • Dubrovnik: A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a stunning medieval city perched on the Adriatic coast, Dubrovnik is known for its ancient walls, charming Old Town, and vibrant cultural scene.

  • Split: Croatia’s second-largest city, Split is home to the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace, a Roman-era complex that now forms the heart of the city. Split also boasts a lively waterfront promenade, a bustling market, and a rich history.

  • Hvar Town: A glamorous island paradise known for its stunning beaches, luxurious accommodations, and vibrant nightlife, Hvar Town is a popular destination for celebrities and jet-setters.

  • Korčula Town: Often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik,” Korčula Town is a charming medieval town with a labyrinth of cobblestone streets, Renaissance architecture, and a picturesque harbor.

  • Rovinj: A picturesque seaside town on the Istrian Peninsula, Rovinj is known for its pastel-colored houses, cobblestone streets, and Venetian-style architecture.



Attractions:

  • Plitvice Lakes National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Plitvice Lakes National Park is home to a series of cascading lakes and waterfalls, creating a mesmerizing natural spectacle.

  • Krka National Park: Known for its stunning waterfalls, Krka National Park offers hiking trails, swimming spots, and boat trips along the Krka River.

  • Mljet National Park: A largely undeveloped island, Mljet National Park is a haven for nature lovers, with two saltwater lakes, a Benedictine monastery, and diverse flora and fauna.

  • Brijuni National Park: A group of islands in the Adriatic Sea, Brijuni National Park is known for its rich history, diverse wildlife, and safari-style tours.



Things to do:

  • Explore the medieval towns of Dubrovnik, Split, and Hvar: Wander through the narrow streets, admire the historical landmarks, and soak up the atmosphere of these charming towns.

  • Hike through Plitvice Lakes National Park: Witness the beauty of cascading waterfalls and turquoise lakes along well-maintained trails.

  • Swim in the Krka River: Take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters of the Krka River, surrounded by natural beauty.

  • Relax on the beaches of Hvar, Brač, and Vis: Enjoy the sun, sand, and sea on some of Croatia’s most idyllic beaches.

  • Sample the local cuisine: Indulge in Croatian specialties such as fresh seafood, pasta dishes, and grilled meats.



Ports:

  • Dubrovnik: A major cruise ship port, Dubrovnik offers a convenient gateway to the country’s southern Adriatic coast.

  • Split: A busy ferry port and cruise ship destination, Split serves as a central hub for exploring the Dalmatian region.

  • Hvar: A popular stop for yachts and sailboats, Hvar offers a charming harbor and easy access to the surrounding islands.

  • Korčula: A smaller port with a unique charm, Korčula provides access to the island’s historical town and natural attractions.

  • Vis: A secluded island with a quaint harbor, Vis offers a tranquil escape from the crowds.


Beaches:

  • Zlatni Rat Beach on Brač Island: A golden-horned beach stretching into the Adriatic Sea, Zlatni Rat is renowned for its beauty and unique shape.

  • Bol Beach on Brač Island: A popular beach with a lively atmosphere, Bol Beach offers clear waters, white sand, and various amenities.

  • Punta Rata Beach on Brela Island: A picturesque beach known for its pine trees, white pebbles, and crystal-clear waters.

  • Stiniva Beach on Vis Island: A hidden gem tucked away in a secluded cove, Stiniva Beach is a secluded paradise surrounded by cliffs.


Natural attractions:

  • Pakleni Islands: A group of islands off the coast of Hvar, the Pakleni Islands offer secluded coves, lush vegetation, and stunning views of the Adriatic Sea.

  • Kornati Islands: An archipelago of over 80 islands, the Kornati Islands are a natural wonderland with rugged cliffs, hidden lagoons, and diverse marine life.

  • Velebit National Park: Croatia’s largest national park, Velebit boasts dramatic mountain ranges, diverse flora and fauna, and breathtaking vistas.

  • Biokovo Nature Park: Located near Dubrovnik, Biokovo Nature Park offers hiking trails, panoramic views, and a rich biodiversity of plant and animal life.

  • Učka Nature Park: Situated on the Istrian Peninsula, Učka Nature Park features lush forests, mountain peaks, and a variety of wildlife.

  • Telašćica Nature Park: A protected area on Dugi Otok

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