K210ZD Adriatic Cruise Princess Aloha | 8 days


from Zadar, Trogir, Split, Hvar, Korcula, Mljet and Dubrovnik


Day 1, Zadar, Saturday

Arrive in Zadar for embarkation and join reception on board with your fellow ‘sailors’ followed by welcome dinner and overnight on board. (D)


Day 2, Zadar – Sali, Sunday

Walking tour of Zadar in the morning. Zadar’s historical center is a compact pedestrian zone, perfect to explore on foot and admire the old walls built in 16th century by Venetians as a defense from Turks. You will see 16th century Port Gate where the Venetian lion (symbol of Venice) still guards the entrance, also see the Square of the 5 Wells, church of St. Donat, Roman Forum (1st century BC) and the biggest cathedral in Dalmatia – St. Anastasia Cathedral. Lunch on board, sail to Sali for an overnight. (B,L)


Day 3, Sali – Sibenik, Monday

Morning sail through the entrance to National Park Kornati which has more than 140 islands with numerous coves and crystal clear waters. Stop for swimming with “en route” onboard lunch. We continue to National Park Krka with it’s magnificent karstic beauty and waterfalls, continue by road to join the ship in Sibenik for overnight. (B,L)


Day 4, Sibenik – Trogir – Split, Tuesday

In the morning we start sailing to Trogir, stop on the way for a swim. Lunch onboard, and in afternoon we arrive in UNESCO city Trogir. Free time in Trogir and in the afternoon depart to Split also UNESCO city. Walking tour of the historic inner city, built around the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. See the remnants of Split’s Roman heritage, its Renaissance and Gothic structures, Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle and the Cathedral. (B,L)


Day 5, Split – Bol – Hvar, Wednesday

Morning departure from Split to Bol said to have the best beach in Croatia for a swim. Golden Horn is a vast, golden pebble beach some 580 yards long,  it is quite unique as it changes shape and position depending on the winds. Continue sailing to the island of Hvar with unique cultural and historical heritage. Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Hvar, town with the first public theatre in Europe (older than Shakespeare’s Theatre in the UK), Franciscan Monastery and many more historic sights. Evening in Hvar is free to explore and dine at one of the many local family owned restaurants. (B,L)


Day 6, Hvar – Korcula – Mljet, Thursday

After breakfast departure to Korcula. Early afternoon arrival in the port. Lunch on board. Korcula is the acclaimed birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Walking tour will take you through narrow, cobbled streets and will include visit to the majestic Gothic-Baroque Cathedral of St. Mark. Continue sailing to island Mljet for overnight. (B,L)


Day 7, Mljet – Dubrovnik, Friday

Morning tour inside Mljet National Park, where you will enjoy a beautiful walk around the Great and the Small Lake. Lunch on board. Head to Grgich Vinery, center of the famous American wine producer in Trstenik, for wine tasting. In the afternoon arrival to Dubrovnik, the pearl of Adriatic, famous city enlisted as UNESCO’s World Heritage. Followed by walking tour of old Dubrovnik including entrances to Rector’s Palace and Franciscan Monastery with its Pharmacy. In the evening enjoy local wine or dine at one of numerous local restaurants of your choice. (B,L)


Day 8, depart Dubrovnik, Saturday

Disembarkation after breakfast. Transfer to Dubrovnik airport for your flight home. (B)
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