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Day 1.  Airport – Trogir

Embankment in Trogir for seven nights cruise. Take your time to explore the many bars or cafes which line the seaside promenade, or have a relaxing walk trough the old town admiring the Romanesque and Renaissance architecture.

Day 2. Trogir to Skradin

Sail to Skradin and enjoy an included excursion to Krka National Park, mooring overnight in Skradin. Krka National Park lies within Sibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km² of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Cikola River. The national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. With its seven waterfalls and a total drop in altitude of 242 m, the Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon. The travertine waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.

Day 3.  Skradin to Sibenik

This morning enjoy a sightseeing tour of Sibenik. Sibenik is political, economic, social and cultural centre of Sibenik-Knin county in Dalmatia, Croatia. Placed in the middle part of Croatian Adriatic coast, in picturesque, well-indented, bay in which river Krka empties. Sibenik is a “new city ” mentioned for the first time under its present name in 1066 in a Charter of the Croatian King Petar Kresimir IV and, for a period of time, it was a seat of this Croatian King. For that reason, Sibenik is also called “Kresimirov grad” (Kresimir’s city). It is the oldest native Croatian town on the eastern shores of the Adriatic. After you sightseeing of Sibenik, sail through a dense area of islands en route to Zadar where you moor overnight.

Day 4.  Zadar to Sali

Enjoy a guided walking tour of Zadar. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world. On today’s tour you will discover some of the most interesting sights such as the Roman forum and the Church of St Donatus and not to forget the lovely melodically sea organs. Sail on to Sali in the heart of the Kornati National Park where you moor overnight.

Day 5. Sali to Vodice to Zlarin

Enjoy a leisurely day cruising from island to island, and then moor overnight in Zlarin. Zlarin is famous for its red corals. In summer, when many tourists are on the island, one may witness a ceremony that is held for sailors who are going to the sea at night to find corals. Dalmatian songs are sung, and men and women are dressed in folk costumes typical of the area. The ceremony is held to wish luck to the sailors.

Day 6.  Zlarin to Primosten to Split

Cruise to one of the most picturesque small towns on the Adriatic, Primosten, before continuing to Split for a guided walking tour. Split is known for its beautiful Palace of the roman emperor Diocletian. At the end of the 3rd century this Roman emperor decided to build a huge palace in the bay where an old Greek settlement Aspalathos was situated. In the seventh century, the inhabitants of Salona, who were fleeing from the Avars and Slaves, settled in this town changing the appearance of the whole palace whit building their houses in the residential part of the Cesar’s chambers. Nowadays the palace is still the heart of the city so the people like to call it the Palace-City. Your ship will moor in Split overnight.

Day 7.  Split to Trogir

Depart Split and cruise to the UNESCO-protected town of Trogir which you can explore on a guided tour. Trogir is a remarkable example of urban continuity. It is situated on a little island between the mainland and the island of Ciovo. The orthogonal street plan of this island settlement dates back to the Hellenistic period and it was embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period. You can follow up layer by layer every moment throughout its dynamic history discovering the various monuments that were left by different rulers and nations. This is one of the main reasons that Trogir is named the ‘’Museum city’’. Moor overnight in Trogir.

Day 8. Trogir

Disembark cruise ship.