Lakes and Islands of Undiscovered Croatia

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Day 1 UK - Split - Makarska

VIP Outbound5

Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Split. On arrival this evening, we’ll transfer to Makarska.

Day 2 Omiš

This morning we’ll explore Omiš, a one-time pirates’ lair set at the mouth of the Cetina River. We’ll board a boat to travel up the river, enjoying wonderful views as we glide through the picturesque canyon. The afternoon is at leisure in Makarska, a pretty, modern harbour town with a seafront promenade, pebbly beaches and a large choice of restaurants and ice cream parlours to enjoy.

  • Excursion to Omiš with river cruise (morning)

Day 3 Mostar

We’ll cross into Bosnia and Herzegovina today, steeped in history old and new and make our way to the town of Mostar. Experience walking over its star attraction, the Stari Most, a reconstructed medieval stone bridge which arcs over the Neretva River. There’ll also be time to wander round the cobbled streets of the small yet charming old town.

  • Excursion to Mostar (all day)

Day 4 Makarska - Split - Trogir (overnight)

Plitvice Lakes

This morning is at leisure to enjoy the hotel’s pool or perhaps go for a wander in Makarska.

Early afternoon, we’ll make our way to Split or Trogir, where we board our ship and our base for the next seven nights. We’ll dock overnight in Trogir - a small island set within medieval walls.

Day 5 Trogir - Zlarin (overnight)


We have a short tour of Trogir this morning, before we sail towards Zlarin, a small, peaceful and vehicle-free island, with only around 270 residents during the winter.

The afternoon is free to explore this unspoilt island. Go for a paddle in the crystal clear waters of one of the pale pebble beaches, visit one of the beautiful churches, or try one of the island’s Mediterranean delicacies as you enjoy the peaceful surroundings. Nature lovers can go on a walk up to Klepac - the highest point on the island at over 169 metres and soak up the scenery of the bay below.

  • Tour of Trogir (morning)

Day 6 Zadar (overnight)

Trogir Old Town

Our next destination is Zadar, a town with a captivating history and an Italian influence. It also boasts the first sea organ - sit back and listen to the hypnotic sounds of the sea pushing air through its pipes and whistles

Day 7 Zadar - Sali (overnight)


We’ll take a tour of Zadar, before departing early afternoon for Sali.

Situated on the northeast coast of the island, with a thousand years of tradition, Sali is surrounded by natural parks and ancient olive trees. Learn about the rich cultural and religious inheritance from the early centuries of Christianity at one of the museums. Or, simply spend some time browsing the boutiques and sipping a coffee at one of the many cafés, watching the world go by.

  • Tour of Zadar (morning)

Day 8 Kornati - Šibenik (overnight)

Adriatic Sea

We set sail from Sali towards our next port of call bypassing Kornati National Park, also known as the Stomorski Islands - a group of 140 islands, islets and reefs. Set in an area of about 320 square kilometres, the Kornati are the densest archipelago in the Adriatic Sea and often referred to as a ‘nautical paradise’.

Once we have passed the Kornati, we explore Šibenik, a charming town with a rich, deep history that spans a thousand years.

  • Tour of Šibenik (afternoon)

Day 9 Skradin - Krka National Park - Primošten (overnight)

Sibenik Harbour

This morning we cruise towards Skradin, a small town situated near Krka National Park. The national park is mostly known for its beautiful waterfalls located on the Krka River; but with the abundance of flora and fauna to be found here, it’s also a real treasure chest for nature enthusiasts. The most well-known waterfall is the Skradinski buk, named after the nearby town and considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.

After we’ve visited the park by boat, and walked around the atmospheric falls, we’ll visit the Bibich Winery, to enjoy a tasting of their famous upmarket wines.

In the afternoon, we leave Skradin and continue towards the delightful town of Primošten. An old fishing village located on a picturesque peninsula, the best views in the old town are reserved for St George’s church and the cemetery. The town is also renowned for its grapevines grown in stone and there’ll be some time for individual exploration.

  • Excursion to Skradin, Krka National Park and wine tasting at Bibich Winery (all day)

Day 10 Split (overnight)

Salona near Split

From Primošten, we set sail towards cosmopolitan Split, dominated by the imposing fortified Roman Palace of Emperor Diocletian, one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments. We take a guided tour through the old footpaths that grid the heart of this lively city to see the courtyards and temples, before time at leisure to enjoy the atmosphere with a coffee in one of the ancient squares.

  • Tour of Split (afternoon)

Day 11 Split - UK

VIP Inbound

We transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK. Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.