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Adriatic Cruises

2014

adriatic cruises


Discover 3000 years of Mediterranean History during our Adriatic cruises along the Dalmatian Coast to the less-known gems of Montenegro’s Gulf of Kotor and Albania’s ancient ruins of Apollonia and Butrint. The Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Venetians, Habsburgs have all had their turn molding this remarkable region, with many reminders of their successive dominations. 
Along the Adriatic’s eastern coast, Croatia—with 1,200 miles of rocky, indented shore and more than 1,000 islands—boasts some of the most dramatic and scenic stretches of coastline that Europe has to offer. After seeing the stunning archipelago that lies off Croatia, George Bernard Shaw famously wrote, “On the last day of Creation, God desired to crown His work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath.” 
The best way to explore the Adriatic’s coastal towns and islands—particularly Croatia and its dazzling Dalmatian Archipelago—is aboard of our cruises. You’ll visit the undiscovered treasures, places not typically available on large cruise ships and packaged motor coach tours. While our carefully designed itineraries visit the major cities like Split, Dubrovnik, we make an effort to stop also lesser known more intimate ports for their natural beauty, historic or cultural significance, and quiet charm.


Adriatic Croatian cruises from Dubrovnik  (8days/7nights on Adriatic Pearl  - Dubrovnik to Dubrovnik)

Cruises along the Adriatic Coast - Ms Leonardo (8days/7nights from Dubrovnik)

Dalmatian cruises - on Ms Marija Magdalena (8days/7nights from Dubrovnik)

Cruises in Croatia from Split - Ms Nikola (8days/7nights from Split)

 

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