Star Clippers Dalmatian Coast Cruise Sept 30, 2017
The Dalmatian Coast lies along the eastern coastline on the Adriatic Sea across from Italy lies Croatia. Encompassing more than a thousand islands, it’s also crossed by the Dinaric Alps. Zagreb, Its inland capital, is distinguished by its medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and diverse museums. Dubrovnik, a major coastal city has massive 16th-century walls encircling an Old Town with Gothic and Renaissance buildings. With the combination of natural and historic beauty, this is an ideal cruise to take. The ending is spectacular as you sail into Vencie on a tall ship.
It was George Bernard Shaw who said, “Those who seek paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik.” Indeed, Dubrovnik is a treasure by any measure made more precious by its miraculous restoration. Crowned by the Minceta Tower, the 10th century city walls are the proud symbol of Dubrovnik’s colorful history.
This stunning rock-walled chasm splitting the coastal mountains of Montenegro is the longest arm of the sea in southern Europe. Boka harbours one of the prettiest, unspoiled towns you’ll ever see, the medieval city of Kotor. Founded by the Romans, fortified during the Byzantine era, then ruled by Venice for much of its history, Kotor has been naturally preserved by its isolation.
The heavenly scent of lavender perfumes the air in the fields and valleys around the island of Hvar. Idyllically located just off the Dalmatian Coast, the island and the little port named after it have been a favorite getaway ever since the time of the Romans, the Byzantines, the Venetians and even Austro-Hungarian royalty.
Mali Losinj, Croatia
Rovinj is a typical example of a Mediterranean town. The town is dominated by the Baroque three-nave church of St. Euphemia (Fuma). Close to the harbour are the clock tower, the Baroque Balbi’s Arch and the former 17th century Town Hall. To the east lies the complex of the Franciscan monastery and to the south, Rovinj’s oldest monument, the Romanesque heptagonal chapel of the Holy Trinity.
At the tip of the Piran Peninsula sits Slovenia’s hidden gem. Despite its modest size, Piran boasts some of the country’s finest architecture, history and cuisine Resembling an open-air museum, the town’s Venetian influence is evident throughout its narrow streets. Visit the 19th century Tartini Square, named after famous violinist and composer Giuseppe Tartini, and St. George’s Church, dramatically situated hilltop.
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The Dalmatian Coast lies along the eastern coastline on the Adriatic Sea across from Italy lies Croatia. Encompassing more than a thousand islands, it's also crossed by the Dinaric Alps. Zagreb, Its inland capital, is distinguished by its medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and diverse museums. Dubrovnik, a major coastal city has massive 16th-century walls [...]