Croatia is famous for its pristine beaches, historical landmarks and wonderful cuisine that are quickly moving the country to the top of hot travel destination lists. Now is the time to discover Croatia, and you’ll love doing so on one of our fabulous yacht. Alfa Mario crew will take you to the country’s most incredible coastal cities and give you access to gorgeous beaches, world-class wines, and charming villages
The most popular cruise ports you’ll visit in Croatia are Dubrovnik and Split. These large coastal cities are loved by visitors due to their historic Old Town areas.
We really do think that Lifestyle is something that you are looking for on your vacation. Enjoy seven unforgettable days with the out yacht while you are traveling to the most popular Croatian destinations. Explore beautiful islands and shore excursions you can do on your cruise offer. Your vacation needs a lot of activities and excitement. Whether you want to see the ancient architecture or prefer some pop culture thrown into your day, you’ll have a fun and memorable time exploring the ports of Croatia on exciting shore excursions.
Mediterranean bliss, ancient-kingdom charm and stunning national parks are just some of the things that Croatia offers, as it slithers down the continent towards Montenegro. But would any holiday here – whether a romantic weekend break or a marvellous long escape – be complete without some downtime kicking back on the beach? No matter where you visit – from Split to Zadar to Dubrovnik – you’ll find gold sands and smooth pebbles hugging the coast. Here is a hand-picked selection of the best spots and hidden treasures along Croatia’s shoreline, as well as some must-dos to make the most of the great outdoors in this captivating country.
Croatia's culinary traditions boast influences from many other cultures, including Italy, Austria, Hungary, and the Balkans. Sharing food and drink plays a big part in the culture here, which speaks both to the nature of Croatian hospitality and to the quality of local produce. Simple, homestyle cooking is a feature of family-run taverns, but increasingly a new breed of chefs are bringing a more adventurous approach to the table. Meanwhile, Croatian wines and olive oils are making their mark on the world stage, garnering top awards.
You can go wine tasting, taste olive oils, or shuck oysters, all while sipping unique heritage wine varietals that thrive in Croatia's harsh soils. If there were a list of the most famous Croatian food, peka (also called Cripnja, depending on where you live) would unquestionably be on that list.
Peka is, however, not really a food but a method of cooking food. The peka is a dome or bell-shaped terracotta or steel lid that you heat by burning wood below it. Once heated, you place the food you wish to cook in a round-shaped tray underneath the peka and put embers on top of the peka itself, which then cooks your food.
The hot new destination on every traveller’s bucket list these days, Croatia is well worth all the hype and hullabaloo. With a magnificent Adriatic coastline, gorgeous national parks and cities brimming with architectural marvels and old-world charm this amazing country is a gem waiting to be explored. While you traipse around UNESCO sites during the day, Croatia's nightlife won’t disappoint you either.￼The vibrant cities of Split and Dubrovnik come alive with a new buzz and energy once the sun goes down. While the country’s best-kept secret, Makarska Riviera boasts of the best Croatia nightlife with parties that never end and fun that never stops.
Flying into Croatia is the most popular way to arrive in the country, however there are also great bus and self-drive options.
We suggest taking light clothes, shorts, T-shirts, bathing suits, sandals and similar, and a few long arm shirts, long pants or wind jacket for possible colder weather and breezy nights. Do not forget the hat, sunglasses and sun cream. In case you forget something, it is possible to buy summer clothes and equipment in most of the harbors
Our onboard cook is able to cater for vegetarians and travellers with special dietary requests. If you are allergic to certain foods, please specify in advance what this includes. We will note this so the cook can be prepared.
Wes, you have free Wi-Fi
Cruise Manager, Captain, and the crew will be available for any questions or queries and will do their best to make your stay on board the most pleasurable one
Check-in time is at 16:00 and on the first day of the cruise, passports have to be handed over to the Captain for registration. All the guests are going to be welcomed with drinks on they arrival and buffet.
Also, we suggest taking light clothes, shorts, T-shirts, bathing suits, sandals and similar, and a few long arm shirts, long pants or wind jacket for possible colder weather and breezy nights. Do not forget the hat, sunglasses and sun cream. In case you forget something, it is possible to buy summer clothes and equipment in most of the harbors