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  • Medieval Dubrovnik
    Although medieval Dubrovnik was badly damaged in an earthquake in 1667, much of the original architecture remains including a pharmacy dating back to 1317, one of the oldest in Europe.
  • Monastery of Saint Mary, Mljet
    The most southerly of the larger Adriatic islands, Mljet is home to the Church and Monastery of Saint Mary, built for Benedictines and consecrated by Pope Innocent III in 1198.
  • Split
    The largest city on the Adriatic coast, and the second largest in Croatia, ancient and historic Split developed from the magnificent Roman Diocletian’s Palace, which, debatably, may have replaced an earlier Greek settlement.
  • The island of Hvar
    Hvar, set in a beautiful natural bay and a safe haven for boats throughout the year, was an important naval base during the 500 years it was an independent commune in the Venetian Empire.
  • The ancient town of Korcula
    The ancient fortified town of Korcula, on the east coast of Korcula island, has its streets built in a herringbone pattern as protection from the wind and has some interesting historic sights, including the Marco Polo Tower.
Tour highlights
Dubrovnik Active Explorer
Medieval Dubrovnik

Although medieval Dubrovnik was badly damaged in an earthquake in 1667, much of the original architecture remains including a pharmacy dating back to 1317, one of the oldest in Europe.

Dalmatian Island Explorer - MV Emanuel

  • Travel insurance
  • Return flights and transfers
  • Full board
  • Local wines, beers and soft drinks with lunch and dinner throughout the cruise
  • Free bar open 11 hours a day
  • Excursions as described
  • Saga tour manager

7 nights
from
£929
per person


Ship

MV Emanuel

three anchors

All departures on a Saturday will sail aboard MV Emanuel (2013).

 

This vintage-style ship is ideal for reaching smaller ports, and can berth right in the heart of some of the places that you visit. The ship's shallow draught also allows it to visit small bays so that you can admire Croatia’s stunning coastline at close quarters and enjoy an 'off-the-beaten-track' view of the country.

Catering for just 30 passengers, MV Emanuel offers a relaxed and intimate style of cruising, where you can easily meet new people and make friends, and are assured of a warm welcome from the friendly staff.

Amenities include a small reception, an open-plan restaurant with seating and bar area, and a sun deck that's ideal for admiring the views. The ship’s free bar is open for 11 hours daily, from 11am-10pm, and serves local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

These compact air-conditioned cabins are approximately 10 square metres and each has a television and a safety deposit box. Cabins are located on the Main and Lower Deck, with windows in Main Deck cabins and portholes, which are sealed, in Lower Deck cabins (windows and portholes are placed high in the cabin). Bathrooms are en suite, with a shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin.

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