Since 2007, CroisiEurope has been offering cruises in Croatia on MS La Belle de l’Adriatique. Going on holiday to Croatia and Montenegro is above all a discovery of extraordinary historical and cultural monuments and breathtaking natural sites. More than just sea cruise, a real encounter with nature and history awaits you.
If you decide to go with CroisiEurope for a cruise trip to Croatia, here is a summary of the sites you can admire:
Nicknamed "the pearl of the Adriatic", Dubrovnik, is a medieval city famous for its architectural riches. Here churches, monasteries, cathedrals, and fortresses form a harmonious mix where architectural styles are intermingled: Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque.
Hvar is one of the most beautiful islands along the Dalmatian coast. Covered with wild flowers, lavender, rosemary and heather, it enjoys hours of sunshine. Along with the singing of crickets, there is the Dominican convent and the Renaissance St Stephen’s Cathedral renown for its monumental Virgin Mary icon.
Located not far from Šibenik, is the Krka Falls National Park, another spectacular site. Its many waterfalls and surrounding flora offer a setting of tranquility and outstanding beauty.
Korčula , is the sixth largest island in the Adriatic. It is a typical Dalmatian medieval town, nestled between the green hills and the azure sea. It has an astonishing diversity of landscapes and St Mark’s Cathedral is a noble witness of the skills of the stonecutters and sculptors of the time.
You can also discover Croatia whilst cruising the Danube and the Sava on a trip among the lands of Central Europe. On this river cruise, you will submerge into the country's changing history and visit cities of incredible character, such as Ilok, a medieval city, or Vukovar, a martyred city.
Discover all our Croatia river Cruises bellow.
BUDAPEST - MOHACS - OSIJEK - BELGRADE - ORSOVA - NOVI SAD - ILOK - VUKOVAR - MOHACS - KALOCSA - BUDAPEST
See the biggest river parade in Europe: the Iron Gates, on the border of Romania and Serbia. It is here that the beautiful blue Danube unveils its most spectacular landscapes. Discover cities such as Belgrade, a young and modern capital, as well as legendary sites such as Baile Herculane which houses one of the oldest and most famous spas in Romania. Travel through 2000 years of history in Pécs and Budapest, which will end a magical cruise and a journey of a life time.
DUBROVNIK - MLJET - KORCULA - SIBENIK - TROGIR - SPLIT - VIS - HVAR - KOTOR - DUBROVNIK
Enjoy a breath-taking journey throughout the beautiful landscapes of Croatia and Montenegro, in which you will discover beautiful cities as well as places where nature is queen. Dive into the striking beauty of the Dalmatian coast, stroll through Dubrovnik "the pearl of the Adriatic", Trogir, Hvar, Korcula or Kotor, as well as the national parks of Mljet and Krka.
Budapest - Lake Balaton - SISAK - Zagreb(1) - SISAK - JASENOVAC - DAVOR - SLAVONSKI BROD - BRCKO - BELGRADE - NOVI SAD - ILOK - VUKOVAR - OSIJEK - MOHACS - BUDAPEST
From Lake Balaton to Budapest, embark on a unique cruise to discover the majestic Danube and Sava rivers. Explore Bosnia, Serbia, Croatia but also Hungary through our excursions combining nature and culture. Wander through nature parks, medieval cities and multi-ethnic capitals with a diversity of architectures all along these two magnificent rivers.
DUBROVNIK - KOTOR - IGOUMENITSA - PATRAS - ITEA - CORINTH - ATHENS
Set sail from Croatia for Montenegro and the singular Bay of Kotor. The adventure continues in Greece at the imposing Meteora monasteries perched high on the summit of massive columns. Explore fascinating antique ruins in Delphi and Olympia, the location of the first Olympics. Top this all off with a passage through the Corinth Canal to reach Athens, where the Acropolis awaits.
ATHENS - CORINTH - ITEA - PATRAS - IGOUMENITSA - KOTOR - DUBROVNIK
Set sail from Athens for a cruise to the most beautiful sites in Greece. After the extraordinary experience passing through the Corinth Canal, explore antique ruins in Delphi and Olympia, the location of the first Olympics. Visit the splendidly preserved Meteora monasteries perched high on the summit of massive columns. Top it all off with Montenegro and the singular Bay of Kotor before heading to the final port of call in Dubrovnik.