Our Selection of Croatia Cruises

We offer Explorer and Luxury cruises in Croatia, perfect for those looking for a remarkable cruise experience. Our ships are small and boutique-style, so you’ll enjoy a unique and personalized voyage. Additionally, our ships provide ample space and comfortable cabins with elegant dining salons and plenty of deck space to relax and enjoy the scenery. Cabins are also well-equipped with all the necessary amenities, including private bathrooms to make your stay pleasant.

In 2024, we will provide both return and one way itineraries departing from either Split or Dubrovnik.


Cruises in Croatia
CoastCroatia offers a variety of cruises that allow you to explore some of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations. Visit ancient walled cities like Dubrovnik and Split, or indulge in island hopping and visit lush islands like Hvar, Mljet, Korcula, and Vis. Experience history, culture and traditional cuisine while enjoying breathtaking views of this beautiful country!
Croatia and Montenegro Cruise
Sail from Dubrovnik, along the coastline and breathtaking islands like Korcula, Sipan and Mljet, perfectly made for island-hopping and small-ship cruising. A Croatia cruise is a fantastic experience in itself, but combine it with the wonders of Montenegro you can explore the UNESCO-protected medieval Old Town of Kotor, magnificent Perast and the stunning island Lady of the Rock.


Luxury Croatia cruises
Luxury Cruises offer an upscale small-ship cruising experience on some of the best quality ships sailing the Adriatic Sea. Enjoy luxurious cruise holidays in Croatia with other like-minded travellers.
Cruise Croatia
An Explorer Cruise is best suited for travellers seeking a more independent exploration of Dalmatian islands and medieval towns along Croatia’s coastline. This cruise is the perfect balance of sightseeing, relaxing and socialising.

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Absolutely! Croatia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, and for good reason. The country’s stunning natural beauty, Mediterranean climate, and rich culture make it a perfect place to take a cruise. Croatia cruises are becoming increasingly popular, and there are many different itineraries to choose from.

Adriterra cruise typically lasts for 7 days and visits some of the most beautiful and historic sites along the Dalmatian coast. This UNESCO World Heritage site is home to many stunning medieval towns, as well as natural wonders like the Krka Waterfalls.

There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on a number of factors, including your budget, the type of cruise you are looking for and your personal preferences. However, here are some things to keep in mind when trying to decide when is the best time to cruise in Croatia:

-The peak tourist season in Croatia runs from mid-June to mid-September. This is when the weather is at its best and the country is busiest with visitors. If you are looking for good weather and want to avoid the crowds, then April, May or October may be a better time for you to cruise.

Some of the most popular cruise stops in Croatia are Dubrovnik, Korcula, Mljet, Brac, Hvar, and Split, however, this can vary due to the season and specific cruise itinerary.

If you are looking for a Croatia cruise that’s not crowded, then Adriterra small ships are the way to go. These intimate vessels offer an amazing way to see the country, with plenty of space to enjoy the scenery and amenities on board. And because they’re small, they can get into places that larger ships can’t, so you’ll have access to some of the best hidden gems in Croatia.