Croatia is a must-see cruise destination. Croatia’s vast coastline overlooking the Adriatic Sea is famous for its turquoise waters, numerous islands, and charming coastal towns. Among the most beautiful seaside resorts are Dubrovnik, located in the south of the country and offering breathtaking views of the sea and the ancient city walls; Hvar, with its beaches and streets filled with nightclubs; and Split, where you can visit Diocletian’s Palace and St. Doimus Cathedral. The Kornati archipelago, located off the coast of Dalmatia, is another must-see for admiring its clear waters and pristine islands. The town of Hum, known by its Croatian name “Hum,” with its size of 100 meters x 30 meters and its 20 inhabitants, is the smallest town in the world, a magical place to observe buildings dating back to the 9th century.



Dubrovnik, known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” is a Croatian city on the the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Arriving from the sea, you can admire the breathtaking view of the ancient city, surrounded by imposing walls. The old town of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a true architectural gem. Within it, you can admire historic buildings such as the Dubrovnik Cathedral, the Rectors’ Palace and the Monastery of St.Francis. We recommend walking along the city walls to enjoy spectacular views of the sea and the rooftops of Dubrovnik. Enchanting are its beaches, such as Banje Beach, where you can relax and enjoy the sun. In the city are many places to enjoy typical Croatian cuisine.
In the Game of Thrones series, the interior of the Lovrijenac Fortress depicts the Red Tower.


Hvar is famous for its natural beauty, culture, nightlife bustling and one of the most beautiful marinas on the Adriatic. The town of Hvar enchants visitors with its medieval and Renaissance architecture. The old town is a fascinating maze of cobblestone streets lined with palaces made of stone, ancient churches and lively squares. Among the must-see sights is the majestic Cathedral of St. Stjepan, the Arsenal Theater and the Hvar Fort, which dominates the town from above and offers breathtaking panoramic views. The island of Hvar is also known for its beaches, some of which are among Croatia’s most beautiful and lively nightlife.



Zadar, or Zadar, is a fascinating and authentic Croatian city that has preserved its cultural and architectural heritage over the centuries. The Romans founded this city with a long history, evidenced by historical monuments such as the Roman Forum, the Roman Theater, and the Cathedral of St. Donatus. One of the most striking sights in Zadar is undoubtedly the Greeting to the Sun, an art installation consisting of 300 solar panels illuminating the waterfront facing the sea. In the evening, the Sun Salutation lights up with colourful lights and offers a unique spectacle. Zadar offers many opportunities for excursions and outdoor activities. Krka National Park is one of the most spectacular places with waterfalls, lakes, and trails through unspoiled nature. Zadar is a city where Croatian cuisine’s flavours blend perfectly with the sea’s. For lovers of local dishes, the city offers numerous opportunities to enjoy traditional dishes.


Korcula, a beautiful Croatian island of the Adriatic Sea, also known as “Little Dubrovnik,” is a true gem of the Adriatic, characterized by a unique medieval charm. The old town of Korcula is surrounded by imposing walls and full of cobblestone streets, historic palaces and centuries-old churches, inviting a romantic and atmospheric stroll. The city’s main tourist attractions are St. Mark’s Cathedral, the City Museum, and the Bell Tower. Korcula offers numerous opportunities for diving and Snorkeling. We also recommend visiting the nearby islands of Badija and Vrnik, which are easy to reach within a few miles of sailing.