Set sail on a small ship cruise and discover spectacular hidden destinations in Croatia. Whilst you can easily enjoy a relaxing and entertaining holiday visiting some of Croatia’s most popular beautiful cities and charming towns, nothing beats escaping to an idyllic island retreat. On a small ship cruise you can directly access destinations that larger ships can’t quite reach.
Join our exclusive island-hopping guided tours and discover scenic beauty spots, tranquil coves and bays, and enchanting hideaways and havens on an unforgettable holiday. Breathtaking picturesque views come as standard.
Croatia’s furthermost island is situated a stone’s throw from the coast of Italy. Due to its remote location Vis Island was used as a Yugoslav naval base during WWII and was strictly off limits. As you have to travel a little further to enjoy the tranquillity and unspoilt beauty, Vis is less crowded than Croatia’s larger archipelago islands. However, since starring as a refashioned Greek isle in the hit movie Mamma Mia 2, visitors to Vis are fast growing in numbers. Vis Town boasts delightful Venetian architecture and the freshest seafood dishes. Relax on Stiniva beach and enjoy spectacular sunset views of Italy across Komiža Bay, from the summit of Mount Hum.
Situated in the Kvarner Gulf, behind the Istria Peninsula, Rab Island has long been a popular royal holiday destination. In 1936, King Edward VIII whisked away his married lover for a romantic tryst on the beautiful island of Rab. The island’s landscape features traditional whitewashed buildings with terracotta rooftops and elevated bell towers that dominate the skyline. Ancient medieval walls encircle the historic Rab Town and the Romanesque Cathedral, monastery and churches that feature the town’s four prominent bell towers. The 150 km stretch of hiking and biking trails lead you to secluded nature spots from where you can enjoy glorious views.
Well known for its lush green hills, stunning bays and natural harbour, Lošinj Island is both tranquil and scenic. The island is located in the northern region of the Adriatic Sea and is home to the popular tourist resort of Mali Losinj. The island’s indented coastline and landscape are studded with fragrant centuries-old pine trees and endemic plant species. Stunning vistas of the tamed wilderness, and the Lošinj and Cres archipelago, are yours to enjoy from the top of St Ivan Mt. To get away from the crowds, head for Cikat Bay and relax on the beach or enjoy windsurfing and other watersports activities.