- Hvar harbour
- MV Providenca
- UNESCO-listed Trogir
- All Inclusive
Marvel at red roofs and azure waters
Cruise the turquoise waters of the Adriatic and discover the stunning Croatian coastline and the idyllic islands of Dalmatia. Look forward to included walking tours revealing Split’s Diocletian’s Palace, Croatia’s oldest town – Stari Grad – and the medieval heart of Sibenik. This voyage aboard a ship reserved exclusively for Saga guests is a wonderful way to appreciate the region’s natural beauty and rich history.
7 nights on board a ship reserved exclusively for Saga guests
20 meals: 7 breakfasts (B), 6 lunches (L), 7 dinners (D)
Free bar open 11 hours a day
Saga tour manager
Plus all this...
- Return flights and transfers
- Local wines, beers and soft drinks with lunch and dinner
- Welcome drinks reception
- Porterage aboard ship
Excursions and visits
- Explore Split and the Diocletian’s Palace
- Walking tour of Stari Grad
- Guided tour of Vis
- Sibenik city tour
- Trogir walking tour
Day 1 UK-Split
Fly to Split and transfer to the port where you’ll embark MV Providenca 4⚓. Enjoy dinner on board as you remain in port overnight. D
Day 2 Split to Pucisca
A morning walking tour of UNESCO-listed Split reveals the ancient Diocletian’s Palace.
Built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian between 295-305 AD, within the fortified walls, the once wide corridors have become streets lined with shops, restaurants and quaint medieval houses. After free time to explore Split’s waterside promenade, set sail for Brac Island.
Moor overnight in the picturesque town of Pucisca. B, L, D
Day 3 Pucisca to Stari Grad
This morning cruise across the channel to Hvar, arriving in Stari Grad.
On today’s walking tour you’ll see cultural landmarks that speak of Stari Grad’s fascinating past. One of these is Stari Grad Plain, a well-preserved and active 80-hectare agricultural landscape that is on UNESCO’s esteemed World Heritage List.
After, look forward to a local wine tasting in a traditional wine cellar known as a konoba. B, L, D
Day 4 Stari Grad to Vis
Sail to Vis, where today’s half-day excursion reveals the well-preserved remains of a Roman public bath.
In the island’s more recent history it was used as a military base by the Yugoslav Army and hides a network of tunnels beneath its beautiful exterior. Only reopened to visitors again in 1989, the island remains relatively unspoilt. As you explore, you make recognise some of the scenery as the island was the idyllic filming location for the hit movie ‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’.
Remain moored in port overnight. B, L, D
Day 5 Vis to Rogoznica
Cruise north to Rogoznica, a popular tourist destination on the Dalmatian coast.
You’ll have the rest of the day here free to spend at leisure. With a 54 kilometre-long coastline, you’ll have no problem finding a peaceful spot on the beach to unwind. B, L, D
Day 6 Rogoznica to Trogir
Continue sailing north today, calling first at the picturesque town of Primosten, which sits on an island linked by a bridge to the mainland. You’ll have free time here to explore at leisure. Perhaps stop for refreshments in one of the numerous taverns or browse for souvenirs in the boutique shops.
Continue to Sibenik where a guided walking tour reveals a variety of historic buildings including the former Bishop's Palace, the 15th-century Ducal Palace and St Jacob's Cathedral, one of the most important Renaissance buildings in Croatia.
Cruise on to Trogir where you’ll moor overnight. B, L, D
Day 7 Trogir to Split
This morning enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour of Trogir.
This historic town has an elegant Venetian flair, with a host of Renaissance buildings to admire, and plenty of old cobbled lanes and shaded squares to discover.
This afternoon, sail back to Split for your final evening on board. B, L, D
Day 8 Split to UK
Disembark after breakfast and transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK. B
A reasonable level of fitness is needed on this tour, excursions may involve walking on uneven ground and when ships berth side by side, you may need to cross between them and negotiate ladders. The Captain reserves the right to change the order of the itinerary depending on weather conditions or if ports are very busy.