/ Croatia / Sail Dubrovnik to Split
Discover crystal clear turquoise waters, unspoiled nature, friendly locals and cool bars. Begin your amazing week discovering the delights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik before visiting the untouched natural beauty of Miljet. Walk along the stone streets of Korcula before partying it up Croatian style at Hvar’s trendy harbour! Swim in the crystal blue bays of Brac and dine at the fashionable cafes and bars of Makarska. Finish off by paying a visit to the Roman Ruins and pavement
This complex is one of the most beautiful and strongest fortified systems in Europe, but the lively streets show that there is more! Party in a 13th Century fortress anyone?
Among the most popular of the Adriatic, it was named a top destination to travel in 2012. Crowding streets and the crazy nightlife can’t go unmentioned.
The birthplace of Marco Polo reminds many of a miniature Dubrovnik with its walls. Make your way to the old city tower to grab a cocktail and enjoy the stunning view.
A true beauty of nature, the island of Mljet is covered in green with some small villages and lakes. A third of the island is an amazing Natural Park.
Omis is a small port located at the mouth of the Cetina River and surrounded by huge gorges
The largest city of Adriatic has a stunning coastline with countless cafes, bars or shops. Emperor Diocletain’s palace, a World Heritage Site, is open for visitors.
7 nights in twin, double, triple and quadruple cabins in 'A' category private boats with ensuite facilities.
7 breakfasts | 7 lunches | 1 liter of drinking water per day
'A' category traditional Croatian motor cruiser with air condition in common areas.
Services of an experienced Travel Talk tour leader.
Services of the captain and experienced crew.
Ribic is a traditional A class cruise boat for the Croatian islands. Ribic provides the right atmosphere to enjoy sailing the turquoise waters of the Adriatic with its 2 decks, bar,TV, Our 25m cruise boat is at your service with 10 cabins with private facilities.
Lav is a unique boat sailing the waters of the Adriatic. It is a modern Pirate ship built in 2003 and renovated in 2010. The 25m long beautiful ship awaits its passengers with its 10 cabins with private facilities. Don’t let its authentic image confuse you because Lav also has 2 decks, bar, lounge, dining room, sun decks wiht sunbeds and chairs, TV & audiovisual equipment in main lounge and water sports equipment.
At Travel Talk we do not only provide excellent value for premium adventures, but also strive to exceed expectations in every aspect of our trips, which is reflected in an enviable 98.9% customer satisfaction for 2016. We believe that our affordable tours, quality accommodation, transportation and sightseeing tours combined with likeminded people, passionate tour leaders and the overall atmosphere of a Travel Talk tour have made these results. However, we are never ones to rest on our laurels, and we continually try to improve on this year after year; and what do we get out of this? The satisfaction of our travellers!
I thoroughly enjoyed the tour, the ship was really cool and fun! The crew were great, super accommodating and friendly. The chef was able to accommodate my dietary requirements as wheat intolerant & the meals were delicious! Great tour and would highly recommend.
Thank you so much for having us, was an amazing experience, a trip I’ll never forget :)
Big thanks to Monica!! Exceptional tour guide, very informative, relaxed and made our diverse group work together really well.