Cruise No.: Ch1/05/20K
Enjoy a cruise in Croatia, a perfect destination for a resting holiday in May. The picturesque scenery of the Croatian coast is varied with over 1,100 islands that blend in with the blue colours of the sea. Striking and secluded, rocky coves provide excellent conditions for rest. We will taste the delicacies of the Balkan cuisine. The Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea is a magnificent landscape, consisting of into small towns and fishing villages, as well as monuments recognised on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of world’s irreplaceable sources of life and inspiration.
The best time to travel to Croatia is in the months off the peak tourist season: May, June, September and early October. In contrast, July and August are months only for people who love the heat, reaching up to 30 degrees in the shade!
The history of this Croatian town dates back to the fifth century BC. At that time, the Illyrians inhabited Pula. In 177 B.C.E. Pula came under Roman rule, and in 43 B.C.E. became a Roman colony - hence the numerous monuments of Roman architecture. After the fall of the Roman Empire, it came under the supervision of the Byzantine Empire. In 1334, the city was occupied by the Venetian Republic. After World War I, Istria and Pula fell into the hands of the Italians. After the Second World War, destroyed by hostilities Yugoslavia, and after its collapse was incorporated into Croatia. The pool is commonly called Istria Rome, due to numerous monuments from Roman times. You can see here the amphitheater built in the first century by the emperor Vespasian, (like the Roman colossus, the amphitheater was mainly used for gladiator fights or horse races), the Golden Gate (Porta Auera), i.e. the triumphal arch, the Gate of Hercules (Porta Herculae). It is also worth mentioning about the Sergius Triumphal Arch, which rises to a height of 8 meters. The temple of Augustine and the Istrian Architectural Museum are also interesting
A small, recreational town in the south of Istria, Croatia. It is a small fishing and recreational town located 5 km from Pula and part of the town of Medulin. The seabed is sandy here and the surrounding waters are one of the most abundant crawfish fishing spots in this part of Europe. Worth seeing here is the Church of St. Agnieszka with the fifteenth century cross, coastal windmills and Roman tombs on the Vizula peninsula.
Cres is the second largest Adriatic island, tempting tourists with many leisure activities. You can spend days on picturesque pebble beaches, afternoons at folklore performances, and evenings at wineries. Numerous monuments will delight everyone who likes history. The capital of the island is the city of Cres with buildings typical of the Venetian period, a beautiful port reaching deep into the city and the old town. The center of the island is Lake Vransko - ideal for walks and quiet afternoons. A real phenomenon of nature - despite the bottom located 60m below sea level, it contains fresh water. The Cres Island is also known for the presence of vultures, which can be seen with the naked eye as they circulate and soar around the rocky shores of the island. For this fish straight from the sea and great lamb.
It is the largest Adriatic island, on which we can enter the Krk bridge (Krčki most). The island's main towns are Krk, Punat, Malinska, Vrbnik, Omišalj and Baška. The island has been inhabited since the earliest times, once a Roman settlement of Curiculum was located here. The Slavs came to this area in the VI - VII century. The main town and capital of the island is Krk. The city of Krk was already known in Roman times (the old Roman Forum - Vela placa is located in the Old Town), and medieval walls from the 12th century can still be seen today. The visiting card of the city are certainly the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the church of St. Quirin from the turn of the 10th / 11th century. The city attracts with a beautiful marina and a seaside promenade, which you can walk endlessly. Krk is surrounded by massive walls erected in 1407 during the reign of the Frankopan family. The town is characterized by a beautiful old town with old patrician houses, a bishop's palace and the Frankopan castle rising above the sea. At the southern end of the island, in the town of BAŚKA, there is a 2 km long sandy and pebble beach. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia. Baska is currently a beautiful summer resort, renowned for its picturesque beaches, the Romanesque old town and a rich tourist offer. However, not only. Baška and surroundings are one of the most impressive Croatian destinations for walking, cycling and climbing routes.
One of the most popular islands in the Kvarner Bay. Southern part; rocky and devoid of vegetation, it is significantly different from the western, green and fertile part. In the northern part there are great sandy beaches, especially in Lopar bay and the Kalifront peninsula. High sunlight, mild climate, traditional Croatian culture are the undeniable values of the island. Be sure to visit the medieval town of Rab with the old town located on a narrow peninsula and the large Komrčar park complex.
Also called the moon island is the fifth largest Croatian island. It has the longest coastline, which is very asymmetrical - as a result we can admire numerous bays and peninsulas. Pag Island is one of the party spots in this country, the local towns encourage to spend days on beautiful beaches, and evenings in numerous restaurants and wine bars. The Zrće beach next to Novalija is a club area where several thousand people can gather at the same time.
It is the largest city and tourist resort on the island of Losinj. At the turn of the century, it was a well-known health resort among the Habsburgs. Villas and amazingly vivid parks come from this period, and are located in the bay of Čikat, the most beautiful part of the city. Extremely mild climate and Mediterranean vegetation as well as a charming seaside promenade inspire walks and cycling. The island is a famous center of yacht tourism. Modern and luxurious hotels will ensure a great rest. We will see white houses with red roofs located in the charming port, the church of St. Martin from the fourteenth-fifteenth century with a bell tower rising high over the city, and the church of the Virgin Mary (Mala Gospa) with a small market square at the front. There we will also find relics of St. Romulus, Piperata - painting museum from the 18th century, Čikat - a peninsula full of Art Nouveau villas and beautiful gardens. You must also visit the town of Osor.
It is the northern branch of the Mediterranean Sea, which separates the Apennine Peninsula from the Balkan. It is about one-fifth of the Mediterranean area, to which it is connected to the Otrant Strait in the south. The northern part of the Adriatic Sea is not deep, it reaches 50m here. The maximum depth of about 1,230m is reached in the region south of the Bay of Kotor. The Adriatic belongs to the warmer seas, but on its surface there are large temperature differences. In winter it drops to 7-11 °C, in spring it increases to 20-23 °C, and in summer it reaches 26-27 °C. Warm waters and wide sandy beaches make it a great place for summer holidays. If you are looking for beautiful sandy beaches other than those in Italy, in Croatia we have a choice of coastal beaches and islands, which Croatia has over 1,200.
ENTRY REGULATIONS :
Polish citizens can enter and stay in Croatia without a visa for up to 90 days, calculated over a half-year period. The period of validity of the passport may not be shorter than the authorized duration of stay. Note: It is recommended that minors traveling unaccompanied by a parent (legal guardian) have consent with them, formulated in English and signed by the legal guardian, with the address and telephone number provided (not applicable to tour participants). Entry to the territory of the Republic of Croatia is allowed on the basis of a passport or (applies to citizens of EEA countries) an identity card. Some Croatian institutions (banks, offices, health facilities) may not recognize ID cards other than a passport. If proceedings are being conducted against the foreigner in relation to the crime or offense committed, the competent authorities may temporarily and upon receipt keep their travel document. Foreigners are required to have the financial means necessary to cover the costs of stay, travel and departure in the amount of a minimum of EUR 100 (or equivalent in convertible currency) for each day of stay, and in the case of persons having a confirmed invitation from a Croatian natural or legal person or a tourist voucher - EUR 50 for day.
Foreigners can bring into Croatia the customs items necessary for travel or tourist rest, as well as other things not intended for commercial purposes. Imports up to 200 cigarettes, up to 1 litre of high-percentage drinks or 2 litres of alcoholic strength up to 22%, 1 kg of coffee or tea per person are exempted from the duty. Imports of drugs containing narcotic substances according to the list on - only in the amount necessary for the journey; medical records (information about the disease, prescription) should be presented at the border. Currently applicable provisions regarding the import of food in tourist luggage for own travel needs are not strict, they allow the import of e.g. 10 kg of meat and meat products, they do not impose limits on the import of e.g. bread and pasta.
How to get
From Rzeszów and Nowy Sącz rented buses: SETRA 517 and MERCEDES TOURISMO
PRICE : 2500 zł /person
– stay on a yacht in a 2-person cabin
– professional skipper care
– basic sailing training
– KL, NNW insurance
– dinghy with outboard engine
– tourist guarantee fund
– deposit insurance
the price does not include:
– payments for: food, port fees, yacht and outboard fuel, cleaning after the cruise. They will be paid from
the common cash register yacht 200 EUR / person.
– own expenses (trips, pubs, interest drinks etc.)
50% – on the day of booking
50% – 1 month to start