Pula was founded as early as the 10th century BC and was valued for its strategic location. It has been occupied, destroyed and rebuilt numerous times, and once stood at the heart of the Roman Empire. Now it's your turn to discover it.
No cruise of the Adriatic is complete without a visit to the island settlement of Trogir, with its historic town and harbour. It may be small but it boasts churches, squares, palaces, cathedrals, fortresses and monuments, complemented by fishing and adventure activities for the more sporty visitors.
When you cruise past Split’s renowned waterfront you will understand why even the fussiest travellers consider it one of the world’s most iconic and picture perfect. Located on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, Split is known for its beaches and Diocletian's Palace — its central fortress-like complex, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century.
On your way from Pula to Dubrovnik, or from Venice to Santorini, or wherever you plan on venturing on your next yachting vacation, you may want to drop anchor and sample Hvar’s alluring delights. Feel the warm, soothing rays of the Croatian sun on your face as its chemistry starts to work its magic.
The glorious city of Dubrovnik has had writers and poets wax lyrical about it over the centuries. Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw called it “heaven on earth”, as well as dubbing it the “Pearl of the Adriatic”.