See Croatia’s Roman ruins, beautiful beaches and more aboard a small-ship cruise
Explore the Roman ruins, lavender fields and medieval towns of Croatia on an eight-day cruise along the Dalamatian Coast in the 38-passenger Infinity.
The excursion, offered by AdventureSmith Explorations, begins with a city tour of Split, known for its Roman architecture. The itinerary includes stops at Brac Island to swim at Zlatni Rat, one of Dalmatia’s famous beaches; Havar Island, known for its lavender fields and Renaissance cathedral; and Korcula Island, birthplace of Marco Polo.
Other highlights include the salt lakes in Mljet National Park, an oyster farm visit and tasting in Ston, a wine tasting in Vis and a walking tour and cable car ride in Dubrovnik. Reverse itinerary available.
Dates: Departures through Oct. 14
Price: From $1,425, depending on departure date and cabin. Includes accommodations, daily buffet breakfast and lunch, free Wi-Fi, English-speaking tour manager, local guides and sightseeing and entrance fees. International airfare, visitor’s tax and port fees not included
Info: AdventureSmith Explorations, (877) 620-2875
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