Cruise around the Croa­t­ian Is­lands

On our fab­u­lous new 8-day sum­mer cruise you will sail on a stylish yacht to some of the most stun­ning is­lands in the adri­atic, where you’ll ex­pe­ri­ence breath­tak­ing beaches, pretty ports, Vene­tian ar­chi­tec­ture and more…

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Croa­tia’s coast­line and sur­round­ing is­lands are al­most too beau­ti­ful to be­lieve – clus­ters of ter­ra­cotta-roofed towns and vil­lages, fringed with pinewood forests and sur­rounded by turquoise wa­ters. not for noth­ing is this re­gion known as “the mediter­ranean as it once was”, with a fas­ci­nat­ing past that in­cludes pe­ri­ods of rule by the ro­mans, the repub­lic of Venice and the aus­trian em­pire. Croa­tia’s stun­ning coast­line in­cludes 1,244 is­lands, only 50 of which are in­hab­ited, and there is only one way to ex­plore them – by yacht.

For this we’ve teamed up with Croa­tia spe­cial­ist Pres­tige Hol­i­days to of­fer an ex­clu­sive 8-day cruise around the finest is­lands at the per­fect time of year to go.

Start­ing from the his­toric city of Split, home to the UN­ESCO worºld Her­itage s site of dio­cle­tian’s Palace, you will set sail a aboard your pri­vate yacht, mS adri­atic Princess, to the buzzing re­sort of Hvar. Kor­cula is an­other jewel in Croa­tia’s c crown, rich in olive groves and vine­yards, a and you’ll be bowled over by the un­spoiled na­ture of ml­jet. there’s also an ex­cur­sion t to neigh­bour­ing mon­tene­gro, whose coast­line is just as im­pres­sive. You’ll then stop off at the im­pos­ing city of dubrovnik, fa­mous for its walled Old town, baroque churches and lime­stone streets.

with all this to of­fer, it’s no won­der they chose Croa­tia over Greece as a film­ing lo­ca­tion for the se­quel to Mamma Mia!. >>

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