Croatia Island Hopping, Small Ship Cruising 2020

Island hopping on a small ship around Croatia is a fantastic way to see, experience and enjoy more of this country in one go. We have curated a range of excellent island cruise options to give you a fantastic choice of where to visit across a variety of duration and departure dates. These special small ship cruises are high end, top of the market experiences and we thoroughly recommend them if you desire a luxury tour of Croatia’s islands and famous city ports.

The ships that sail the routes are new, with fantastic ensuite out-side cabins.  We restrict our recommendations to the newer Deluxe and Luxury ships such as MS Sea Swallow.  We do not feature party boats !

Typically the island hopping small ship cruising routes depart on a weekly basis from either Split or Dubrovnik, and have proved extremely popular with our clients. Browse our collection of Croatia island hopping packages below and click on those which appeal to you for more information.  Or alternatively, give one of our specialist team a call.  We like to think we have the best selection available and we’d love to help you find the perfect Croatia cruise for you.

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    Island Hopping Cruises with Completely Croatia

    Increasingly popular, our luxury Croatia island hopping small ship cruises provide an exclusive way to explore Croatia’s many popular islands and the beautiful Dalmatian coast. Savour a true insight of Croatia and make the most of your time in sailing between the beautiful islands and historic city ports.

    Sailing the Dalmatian coast soon demonstrates why this shoreline has become the destination of choice for the discerning traveller with sophisticated taste.  Comparisons to Italy’s Amalfi Coast and the South of France are more than justified and fully understandable..

    Islands to Islands

    Perhaps one of the most beautiful harbour stops along the way, Hvar’s marina  lies in the shadow of a Napoleonic Fort, a most picturesque romantic piazza and an ancient theatre.  All before you’ve disembarked and explored the island.

    Korcula Island  is spectacular.   The 14th century town of the same name,  and alleged birthplace of the famous Mariner, Marco Polo,  shows off  its history and heritage with incredible examples of wall sculptures, elegant Romanesque pillars and Latin scribed into the walls. The island is home to some of the best of Croatia’s sandy beaches, which is a rarity across the country. Enjoy the backdrop of pine forests, and wonderfully drinkable wine producing vineyards.

    The island of Vis that holds a certain mystique, largely owing to its status as a military outpost until the late 80’s. This island is simply beautiful and brings you to the heart of traditional Croatia.

    Mljet, one of the Elaphiti Islands off Dubrovnik,  is famous for the beautiful National Park, the island is under populated, has a limited amount accommodation and is all the better for it. See the Great Lake and the Little Lake and the islet of St. Mary with its 12th century Benedictine Monastery – its like stepping back in time.