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Mini-cruises are designed to be the best way to explore the coast line of any country, and it’s only natural that Mini-Cruises in Croatia are becoming more and more popular. Sight see the various islands and isles scattered throughout Croatia’s coast.
Whether you are in retirement or a young student, Mini-Cruises in Croatia are welcoming to all. Mini-Cruises having several types from only two or three days to an entire week or two. Croatia having more than enough cruises to different parts of Dalmatia and its islands, some taking you to the most popular ones like Hvar, Brač, Vis; whilst others cruise around and past beautiful small isles.
The perks of a Mini-Cruise:
- Shorter duration than a full blown cruise, only lasting up to two weeks at most.
- Great for those that want to visit several islands in one go.
- Offers lots of relaxation and free time on stops.
- Great value for money.
- Plenty of options of routes and starting locations.
So don’t worry about being able to afford a Mini-Cruise or wondering whether it is perfect for you. It’s just one of several methods of exploring the wonders of Croatia‘s coastline and the plethora of scattered islands it has. Mini cruises offering a great way to expand your horizons when staying in a new unfamiliar country.
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Our Mini Cruises from Split will expand your horizons as we take you along several routes. Simply relax and enjoy the various places you will visit along several days. We are positive you will enjoy yourselves as you take in the sights and simply let your horizons broaden. It’s not every day you get to experience the joys of a Mini-Cruise from Split all the way around the Dalmatian coast line.
Some of the most notable locations you are bound to see during a Mini Cruise from Split would be:
Dubrovnik – A historic and one of the most beautiful towns in Croatia. The key aspect of it’s charm being the giant wall that runs along one side of it, the wall being a filming location for Game of Thrones.
Split – Widely regarded as the perfect Summer Vacation location due to it’s rich history, an abundance of beautiful clean beaches and several tours within driving distance from it. Split‘s main attractions being the Diocletian Palace and Marjan forest hill.
Korčula – If you happen to be looking for an island that is both beautiful and has several gorgeous beaches, Korčula would be a great pick. The town also is speculated to be the place where Marco Polo was born, but it can’t be 100% positive.
Hvar – Considered as a “party island” due to the number of, well, parties happening on it. Hvar has garnered quite a reputation because of it. The island is also known as “Sunny Hvar” due to the amount of sunny days it receives over the year.
Trogir – The town has quite a bit of charm to it, the centre of it even being placed as an UNESCO-world heritage site. Trogir‘s old centre/town is situated on a small islet, giving it a rather unique and beautiful charm; attracting more and more tourists to visit it’s charming streets.
Zadar – The town with the most beautiful sunset in the world, according to Alfred Hitchcock. Zadar has a long tradition of being an ideal place to explore, especially during the late evening so you can catch a glimpse of the famous sunset from the comfort of it’s main promenade.
Šibenik – One of the oldest domestic towns in Dalmatia region. Šibenik is a cultural, educational, administrative & economic center in Šibensko-Knin county. The town is placed besides the coast and is just a couple of kilometres away from one of Croatias most beautiful National parks, Krka Waterfalls.
Makarska – Located East from the popular town of Split. Makarska has several attractions that will make a trip there worth it. The town having a rich fishing culture which in turn makes its cultural cuisine mainly consist of delicious swordfish and other species of fish. You can also easily find an open bar/club where you can party with the fisherman and locals alike.