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Opatija – Krk – Rab – Zadar – Kornati – Mali Losinj – Cres - Opatija

Professional tour manager
Four guided walking tours

Welcome cocktail
Captains Dinner with aperitif and live entertainment
Kornati National Park entrance fee
Plenty of time to relax with swim stops
Olive oil and wine tasting on-board
Buffet breakfast daily

Three course lunch daily with cheese and salad bar
Complementary glass of wine or beer with lunch
Complementary water, coffee and tea through the day
Daily fresh fruit and snacks


Saturday – Opatija - Embarkation – Krk (L)

Afternoon departure with lunch on board. Late arrivals can join in Krk. Krk is the largest Croatian island and on route we stop to swim in the mostly crystal clear water you may ever have seen. Krk has diverse villages of various sizes, stunning promenades, dramatic rock faces with tiny islands and hundreds of hidden bays and beaches. There's a buzz along the waterfront of Krk Town. Enjoy the many bars or restaurants there and relax. 

Sunday – Krk – Rab (B, L)

After breakfast, we cruise towards Rab island known as the “island of love”. On arrival join a guided tour (included), to visit the imposing stone walls and you'll see Romanesque church towers, churches, palaces, stone streets and ancient facades. Many streets and squares are like open-pair galleries, with artists working outside. Do not miss and try the famous “Rapska torta“ cake (the recipe is secret). If weather permits, walk up to Kamenjak hill and watch the magnificent sunset. Overnight in town of Rab.

Monday – Rab – Zadar (B, L)

Morning cruise from Rab towards Zadar, travelling by Pag island with it's unusual moon-like landscape. We stop to swim on tiny Maun island. In Zadar join our guided tour (included). The city is mow considered the centre of the region, and was the metropolis of Dalmatia region for many centuries. The rich cultural heritage is visible at every turn: The Roman forum which dates  to the 1st century AD, the church of St. Donatus dating to the 9th century AD - the most famous Medieval basilica and the symbol of the city.  The imposing and mighty city walls with representative Port and Land gates are  from the 16th century AD, and there are numerous palaces and villas of former noble families. Great restaurants line part of the waterfront and the centre of town. Famous, contemporary creations are the  Zadar Sea Organ, one of a kind in the world (listen to the sound)  and “The Greeting to the Sun” light installation. Overnight in Zadar.

Tuesday – Zadar – Kornati (B, L)

Today we visit the region of the famous National Park Kornati – rich in fish and cultural and historic remains. Historic remains of old Ilyrian fortress, Roman villas, old Christian church of St. Mary and medieval fortresses and settlements add to the value of these islands. Kornati consists of 140 islands and reefs. Inlets of some islands descend steeply into the sea, a hundred meters deep in places, and dramatically razor sharp. It is truly something remarkable to see. Overnight in Telašćica Bay on Dugi Otok. Possibility to walk to the white cliffs vertically falling down 90 m into the sea and rising up to 200 m over the sea as well as the salt Lake “Mir”.

Wednesday – Kornati – Mali Losinj (B, L)

After breakfast and a morning swim, we cruise towards Losinj known as “sunshine island” with an abundance of pines, wild flowers and herbs; Losinj is one of the most popular islands on the northern Adriatic waters, and famous for its hidden coves, and cool Mediterranean vibe. On arrival to Mali Lošinj, enjoy walking tour (included) followed by visit to Museum of Apoxyomenos. The museum is dedicated to the ancient bronze statue of an athlete found in the sea near the island. Walk up to the Lošinj Aromati Garden or to the smaller town of Veli Lošinj both easy to reach and explore on foot. Overnight in Mali Lošinj.

Thursday – Mali Losinj – Cres (B, L)

Departure for the island of Cres after a refreshing morning swim. There is also a possible swim stop on island Susak, if weather permits. Cres is an unspoiled island which is long and narrow with olive groves, vineyards, thick with forests of oak, beech and along with some remarkable stone walls. Cres and Mali Lošinj were once one island before the Romans dug a narrow channel to separate them. Optional dinner in village Loznati (with transfer from Cres) where you can try the best traditional lamb specialties this island has to offer. Spend the night in the harbour of this typical medieval town Cres with hidden squares and courtyards.

Friday – Cres – Opatija (B, CD)

After breakfast, we start sail for Opatija, with a swim stop on the way. This stunning riviera is best seen and appreciated from the sea. Arriving in time for lunch on-shore We arrive in late afternoon and enjoy a guided walking tour (included). Stroll the longest lungomare (seaside promenade) and spend time in Volosko, a traditional fishing village. On your last night, enjoy captain`s dinner, and reminisce over a fantastic week. 

Saturday – Opatija - Disembarkation (B)

Time to say goodbye to the crew and new friends. Disembarkation information will be provided to you on-board.


The above itinerary is a typical example. Itineraries vary depending on vessel. The exact day to day itinerary will be provided to you with your pre-departure paperwork. Inclusions are guaranteed.  

Optional excursions/activities/village dinners/tastings will/maybe offered to you whilst on-board. UK2 Travel have no liability with regards to pricing nor content.