Destinations


Explore our beautiful ports and discover a unique experience waiting at every stop, since each place has their own story.

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Biševo (Blue Cave)

The Cave has been described by Ransonet and is located in Balun Bay on the eastern part of the island of Biševo. It has been open to the public since 1884 when the external entrance was cut into the cave and through which the cave can be reached by means of a small rowing boat. When the sea is calm and the day is sunny, reflected sun rays pass through the undersea entrance to the cave and create a fascinating blueness, whilst an immersed object on the sea's surface adopts silverfish sheen.

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Bol (Brač)

Bol is situated on the southern part of the island Brac, and is the oldest town on the coast of Brac. This little town was founded long ago and became an extraordinary tourist oasis because of the wide gravel and sandy beaches which expands over 10 km and the sources of drinking water. It is not possible to avoid the Zlatni rat, certainly the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic sea, whose cape is turning one moment to one side and the other moment to the other side playing a strange game with the wind and the waves.

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Dubrovnik

DUBROVNIK ''Those who wish to see heaven on earth should come to Dubrovnik''... so were the words of George Bernard Shaw. The world-famous Dubrovnik is the city in which nature and architecture perfectly blend. It is a city of culture and art; a city that will please the most refined taste. Dubrovnik is a unique Mediterranean gem! Here you'll discover a treasure trove of medieval art and architecture including the Sponza and Rector's Palace, the Franciscan and Dominican Monasteries, the Cathedral, the Church of St. Blaise, Onofrio's Large and small Fountains, Orlando's Column, and much more. This city defies all description...you must explore her and see for yourself!!!

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Elaphiti Islands

The Elafiti islands are an archipelago situated northwest of Dubrovnik. There’s actually six islands in the archipelago, but the three main ones to visit and stay on are Koločep, Lopud and Šipan.

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Goli Otok

Goli otok as it is known “The Croatian Alcatraz” is one of the best known and most infamous prisons in Europe following the Second World War, which opened in 1948 and closing in 1988.

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Hvar

According to the magazine ''Traveler'', Hvar was chosen in 1997 as one of the 'ten best islands in the world'. The best way to see Hvar is by foot - stroll through the ancient streets the Old City. The ancients considered Hvar one of the "Isles of the Blessed". Flower-filled gardens, palms, lemon and orange groves add a fragrance lovely enough to match the visual appeal of this sun-drenched island beauty. Visit the theater of 1506, Benedictine Monastery, the town square and ancient stone houses. The town abounds in palaces, summer residences, and offers an unforgettable view of the amazing Paklenski Islands from its fortress.

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Jelsa

In the central part of the island of Hvar is Jelsa, the tourist center on the north shore of the island. Accommodation possibilities are numerous, including quality hotels, apartments, rooms and camping sites. The smells of the dense pine forests, the nearby sand beaches, numerous vineyards and olive tree plantations as well as the cultural landmarks have made Jelsa an attractive vacation destination.

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Korčula

Korcula was founded by the Trojan hero, Antenor and is the birthplace of the infamous Marco Polo. The inevitable sights of the Walking tour of Korcula include Marco Polo's house and the 15th century St. Mark's Cathedral containing artwork's of the Renaissance artist Tintoretto and Mestrovic. This is where the traditional game ''Moreska'' is played by locals in front of St. Mark's Cathedral, reviving the age-old spirit of bygone days.

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Kotor

Located along one of the world’s most beautiful bays is Kotor, a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell. The Old City of Kotor is a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have made Kotor land on the UNESCO’s World Natural and Historical Heritage Site list.

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Makarska

Makarska is one of the best-known tourist destinations on the Croatian coast that attracts visitors with its natural features and climate, diverse tourist offers and hospitable hosts.

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Mali Lošinj

Lošinj is famous climatic health resort suitable for treating diseases of the respiratory tract and allergies. The island offers ideal conditions for a physical and psychological recovery, particularly during the winter, spring and autumn. The local hotels offer weekend and week’s anti-stress and wellness programmes.

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Milna

Milna is still reputed as the most beautiful and the safest harbour of Brač.Stone houses along the beautiful long coastline are small masterpieces of plebeian architecture. In the village there is aslo a beautiful Baroque church with a typically Dalmatian bell tower.

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NP Brijuni

Brijuni National Park is an oasis of the magnificent harmony between man, animal and plant life. There are almost 700 plant species and about 250 bird species on the islands, whereas the mild Mediterranean climate makes it a pleasant health resort.

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NP Kornati

The Kornati National Park is often mentioned as "nautical paradise" in tourist publications. And really, in "slalom" sailing through the 89 unforgettable islands, islets and reefs in the Kornati National Park, you will test all of your nautical skills, particularly if the weather puts in some effort.

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NP Krka

Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km² of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Čikola River. The national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. The purpose of the park is primarily to serve science, culture, education and recreation, while tourism activities have also been introduced for its visitors.

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Omiš

Omis in Croatia is a small Central Dalmatian town and harbour located between Split and Makarska, situated in the mouth of the Cetina river, surrounded with massive gorges. In the past Omis was notorious because of the pirates of Omis whose ships were a centuries-long symbol of retaliation, courage and strength. The evidences of proud and turbulent Omis history can be found on every corner of the Omis Riviera. Ancient town of Omis, Omis churches and Omis fortresses are silent stone reminders of the power and the might of infamous Omis pirates. Today, it is the centre of Omis Riviera, one of the most beautiful parts of Croatia's Adriatic Coast.

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Pomena

Pomena is a small village as well as a harbour located at the west end of Island of Mljet, just over 15 minutes walk to Malo Jezero (Small Lake) of Mljet National Park, the village is the main entry point to the Park.

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Poreč

Mediterranean surroundings, a gentle climate, fertile land and lush vegetation have made Poreč a unique holiday destination. Bestowed with natural beauty, clean air and sea whose quality has been regularly measured and monitored for the past 30 years, you can relax and enjoy Istria's sea and hinterland.

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Primošten

Primošten is located on a small island connected to the mainland by an embankment. About 20 kilometers south of Sibenik, this beautiful town with its interesting architecture and crystal clear sea has attracted many curious people and tourists for more than 60 years.

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Pula

Pula is the largest city in Istria County, Croatia and the eighth-largest city in the country, situated at the southern tip of the Istria peninsula, with a population of 57,460 in 2011. It is known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, the most famous of which is the Pula Arena, one of the best-preserved Roman amphitheaters, and its beautiful sea. The city has a long tradition of wine making, fishing, shipbuilding, and tourism. It was the administrative center of Istria from ancient Roman times.

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Rab

With 30 sandy beaches Rab is a really Happy island with a lot of tiny, picturesque coves, recognised by tourists from all over the world almost 125 years ago, to this day, due to the crystal clear, warm and shallow sea, great for the entire family.

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Rijeka

In the very center of Kvarner lies Rijeka, one of Croatia’s largest towns.Rijeka has plenty of everything: entertainment, attractions and natural beauty. Here one can enjoy the seaside throughout the day and spend a day in nature, and in the evening go out and explore the exciting life.

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Rovinj

Rovinj is one of the most popular and most developed tourist resorts in Croatia. The old town is built on the island, which was only connected with the mainland in the 18th century. Known as one of the most picturesque and romantic towns on Mediterranean, over the last few decades Rovinj attracts a large number of tourists, most of them faithfully returning year after year

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Sali (Dugi Otok)

Sali is a small but the biggest place on the southern part of the island Dugi Otok. It's name comes from the medieval salt production. It is located very close to the National Park Kornati and to the Natural Park Telascica which are visited by most of the tourists thanks to daily organized excursions.

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Slano

Slano is a small town and a bay, located 37 kilometers north from the town of Dubrovnik, one of the most picturesque places of the Dubrovnik Riviera, situated in a gentle bay 2 km long, a fine beach, with thick pine and olive groves, a long cultural tradition and numerous historic monuments, from prehistoric to the recent ones.

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Split

The city of Split It’s the capital of Dalmatia, super lively during summer and it is an amazing destination especially for ship lovers! This town offers so many things to see and do from historical sightseeing such as Diocletian palace enlisted in the UNESCO heritage list , to entertainment points like dozens of bars and shops. Split due to its perfect position, has all great connections to all important must-see islands and coastal towns, Airport is in close distance to the town.

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Stari Grad

Stari Grad (Pharos) is the oldest town in Croatia. The same year - 384 b.c. when greek philoshoper Aristotel was born in Trakia, the greeks from the island of Paros in Agean sea have settled the town on the island of Hvar, and named it Pharos. Stari Grad (eng. "old town") is historical heart of the island of Hvar. The town is situated in a landscape where the blue of the deep bay touches the green of the wide an famous field of Pharos, with vineyards and olive-groves.

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Trogir

Just like the phrase "always is the time for love", we can freely say "it is always time for Trogir" because that small, Dalmatian town with a history rich in the city center, where every stone built into the walls and narrow castles tells a story from the time of the Greeks. Romans and Venetians, is a pleasure for all the senses. An indispensable part of this ambience is the hotel restaurant Pasike, located in the house of the Buble family, whose tradition in Trogir extends for eight centuries and tells the story of rich family history, which gives the hotel an additional charm, which is why it is called heritage. As our guest, we recommend a lot of cultural heritage sights that you must visit during your stay in Trogir.

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Trstenik

Trstenik is a village situated on the southern coast of the Peljesac peninsula. It is connected to the Croatian mainland by the coastal road via Ston. The village is located in a deep, south facing bay under the tall Peljesac hills, with a large pebble beach at the base of the bay.

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Vela Luka

Vela Luka is a small town situated on the western side of the island of Korčula in a deep wide bay. The bay of Vela Luka abounds in numerous coves covered with vineyards,olive groves, fig trees and pine trees. Vela Luka is an attractive destination due to its mild climate and natural beauties such as sweeping views, clear sea and beautiful beaches.

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Vis

One of the most remote islands of the Adriatic Sea is Vis Island.Vis Island with all its towns and villages has an exceptionally interesting past.Vis Island is known for its beautiful beaches and bays. Be sure to visit the beautiful bay Stončica or find refreshment on several beaches in town of Vis. Vis Town is exceptionally clean and parks and lawns are well maintained. Entertainment is a bit too much oriented on more relaxed guests.

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Vrbnik

Discover its history stretching back over 900 years; it as an important Frankopan castle and glagolitic and religious centre under the protection of St John the Baptist. Vrbnik is a place where you can feel an authentic island tradition, explore history, enjoy the scenic nature and a fine gastronomic offer,

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Zadar

Stroll with us through the Old Town and explore Zadar's antiquities. Wherever you tread, you seem to hear echoes from the past - taking a stroll along the ''Kalalarga'' over the pavement of the ancient Forum - haggling at the vegetable market and listening to the chimes of the twenty tall belfries.

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Šibenik

Šibenik is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic Coast, in the picturesque and indented bay where the Krka River, one of the most beautiful karst rivers in Croatia enters the sea. Today Šibenik, is the administrative, political, economic and socio-cultural center of the Šibenik-Knin County.

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