Can you believe it? All-inclusive Adriatic cruises from £799Tuesday 28 October 2014
* Extend by seven nights from £249 The crystal-clear waters of Croatia’s Adriatic are graced with an archipelago of more than 1,000 islands. Board a vintage-style ship to appreciate their natural beauty and rich history on a choice of two all-inclusive Saga escorted cruises.
Can you believe it? All-inclusive Adriatic cruises from £799
Dalmatian Island Explorer
Fly to the historic city of Dubrovnik and embark 30-passenger mv Emanuel to sail along the coast to the peaceful island of Sipan for an overnight stay. Cruise through the Peljesac Peninsula to Korcula where explorer Marco Polo’s family home can be seen among the splendid Venetian architecture.
Continue to Pucisca on the island of Brac, famous for its stone and masonry which has been used to build palaces and cathedrals across Europe, as well as the White House in Washington. Journey north to Split which boasts a majestic Diocletian's Palace and one of the most impressive Roman ruins.
Cross the Hvar Channel and admire stunning panoramas before mv Emanuel docks in stylish Hvar which is becoming popular with the jet-set. Cruise on Mljet, an island is carpeted by forest, fields and vineyards and return to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Dubrovnik to walk the medieval walls that enclose the city.
Adriatic Coastal Explorer
Fly to Split and transfer to Trogir to board 32-passenger mv Amorena. Before setting off on this relaxed cruise, enjoy walk along the seaside promenade which is lined with bars and cafes or view the town’s stunning architecture dating back more than 2,000 years.
Cruise along the Croatian coast to Skardin and take an excursion to view Krka National Park’s lakes and waterfalls. Next stop is Zadar, via Sibenik. Discover Zadar’s rich heritage and walk past the Roman forum before sailing on to Kornati National Park, a landscape of exceptional beauty, to moor overnight.
Enjoy a leisurely day cruising from Sali to the pretty harbour town of Vodice and the small island of Zlarin. Sail on to Primosten for a walking tour of this picturesque town. Cruise to Split, a UNESCO World Heritage site and Croatia's second biggest city.
Seven nights from £799 (Dalmatian Island Explorer) or from £879 (Adriatic Coastal Explorer) April to October 2015, departing London Gatwick (Manchester options for the Adriatic Coastal Explorer). Price includes travel insurance, return flights and transfers, full board, free bar open 11 hours a day, local wines, beers and soft drinks with lunch and dinner on board, saga tour manager.
Extend the Dalmatian Island Explorer cruise with a seven-night stay on the Dubrovnik Riviera from £269 or a seven-night stay in Brac from £249 on the Adriatic Coastal Explorer.
For details call free on 0800 056 6081 or visit travel.saga.co.uk
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