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Voyage along the Croatian Coast


from £1,099 per person 7 2
Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction of £20 if not required
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White cliffs and waterfalls.

From the white cliffs of Telascica to the waterfalls of Krka, this small-ship cruise takes you past some of Dalmatia’s most awe-inspiring scenery and calls at a clutch of traditional Venetian towns, including Zadar and Trogir, and the ancient Roman city of Split.

MV My Way is a unique and stylish ship taking you on an adventure, exclusively designed just for you.

Joanne Johnston, holiday creator


7 nights on board the ship 

20 meals: 7 breakfasts (B), 6 lunches (L) and 7 dinners (D)

Excursions and visits

  • Guided tour of Zadar
  • Guided walk in Telascica National Park
  • Scenic cruise through Kornati National Park
  • See the waterfalls of Krka National Park
  • Guided tour of Sibenik
  • Guided tour of Trogir
  • Tour of Split and the Diocletian’s Palace

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Day 1 UK-Split-Rogoznica (or Primosten)


Fly to Split and transfer to the port to embark your ship. Sail to Rogoznica or Primosten (depending on the port conditions). D

Please note: Arrivals from London Gatwick will transfer to either Rogoznica or Primosten to embark MV My Way, instead of embarking in Split.

Rogoznica Sibenik-Knin County Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 2 Rogoznica (or Primosten)-Vodice-Zadar


Explore the typical Dalmatian town of Vodice this morning, where you can stroll along the pristine beaches and enjoy a shade of the pine trees that flank them. Cruise on to Zadar for a guided tour where you’ll see the Roman forum, the medieval basilica and mighty city walls. Later you can enjoy an optional tasting of cherry brandy. Tonight look forward to live entertainment with dinner. B, L, D

Zadar Zadar County Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Optional excursions

This area of the Dalmatian coast is famous for the Marasca cherries that grow here, which have been used for hundreds of years in the production of Maraschino liqueur, and which originated in Zadar before becoming popular across Europe. Pay a visit to the local distillery to learn about the history and production, and enjoy a tasting of the sweet liqueur.

Marasca cherries
Zadar Zadar County Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 3 Zadar-Sali-Telascica

Telascica Bay

Set sail for the island of Dugi Otok and spend the morning in Sali, the main town. Cruise on to the protected bay of Telascica, where you’ll enjoy a guided walk through the national park to see the island’s incredible white cliffs, that rise to a lofty 200 metres above the sea, and hear a talk from a local expert. The scenery in Telascica National Park offers diverting contrasts, with one side characterised by gently sloping hills and the other by sharp, sheer cliffs. The ship will moor in the bay until morning. B, L, D

Telascica Dugi Otok Zadar County Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 4 Telascica-Kornati-Zlarin

Kornati National Park

Today enjoy a scenic cruise through Kornati National Park, where more than 100 islands are divided by narrow channels and serene bays. Keep an eye out for Roman ruins and old fortresses that crown the hilltops, as well as the razor-sharp cliffs that plunge deep into the sea. Sail to the island of Zlarin where you moor at the main village, also called Zlarin. This is great spot for picking up unique souvenirs in the form of jewellery and other trinkets made from locally harvested coral. B, L, D

Zlarin Sibenik-Knin County Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 5 Zlarin-Skradin

Krka National Park

Explore Krka National Park and see the crystal clear water and gorgeous waterfalls, surrounded by flourishing forest. Keep an eye out for stunning lakes and old hilltop monasteries, as well as the many hundreds of birds that call the park home. Cruise to Skradin, where you spend the rest of the day exploring the narrow alleys and quiet lanes, all flanked by high hills. This afternoon perhaps join an optional winetasting in the village of Plastovo. B, L, D

Skradin Sibenik-Knin County Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 6 Skradin-Sibenik-Trogir


See the Foscolo Palace and the cathedral of Sibenik during a guided walk this morning, before cruising on to Trogir. This historic town has an elegant Venetian flair with its red roofs and Renaissance buildings, and a guided tour will reveal its old cobbled lanes and shaded squares. B, L, D

Trogir Split-Dalmatia Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 7 Trogir-Split


Enjoy time for a swim off the coast of Ciovo Island before cruising back to Split. Discover the city’s rich Roman heritage during an included tour, which will show you the amazing Diocletian’s Palace, a vast UNESCO-listed complex that encompasses much of the city’s old town. Look forward to a farewell dinner tonight as the ship remains moored in Split. B, L, D

Split Split-Dalmatia Dalmatia Croatia Europe

Day 8 Split-UK

Disembark after breakfast and transfer to the airport and return flight to UK B

Please note

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 if weather conditions are bad or if ports are very busy.

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Voyage along the Croatian Coast


from £1,099 per person 7 2
Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction of £20 if not required