If you had to design a coastline perfect for small-ship cruising, Croatia would probably be it. (01432507450) Small, historic and picturesque towns set on dozens of islands with hundreds of small bays surrounded by a warm blue sea. And this is not somewhere to come if you want to lose weight - The food, very localised, is copious and utterly delicious and can usually be washed down with wine produced within 5 miles to complement the local cheeses and olives.
Discover the picturesque islands, charming cities and hidden gems of Croatia on a relaxing cruise that takes in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Split and the wonderful Dubrovnik. Diocletian's Palace, the largest building in the ancient world, now forms the centre of Split. The idyllic island of Korcula, best known as the birthplace of Marco Polo has some fantastic restaurants. See the famous salt lakes in Mljet National Park and head to the historic city of Dubrovnik where you can enjoy a cable car ride from the Old Town to Srd mountain for breathtaking views of the city walls and Elaphiti Islands.
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