The Adriatic Coast with its stunning rocky coastline has enchanted sea-lovers for many centuries. Soak up the sun and enjoy the luminous waters along the eastern shores of the Adriatic and explore the distinct cities and the not to be missed beaches.
The stunning landscapes and picturesque waters blend beautifully with stone-built fishing villages bursting with charm. Dubrovnik is a beautiful city with an abundance of charm, history and culture, and many cruises will visit ths important city. The Medieval Old Town is a walled city, free from traffic and perfect for spectacular views and photo opportunities. If you are lucky you will also call in at Split, a lively city with great character and a busy harbour taking tourists on boat trips to visit some of the 1000 nearby Croatian islands dotted around the Adriatic. Also not to be missed are the sapphire waters rolling onto the brilliant white beaches of Montenegro and the town of Kotor, with some of the oldest city walls and medieval monuments in the Balkans welcoming curious coastal visitors.
Dubrovnik – Walk the Medieval City Walls
Kotor – Our Lady of the Rocks is one of Montenegro’s most popular attractions. It is a unique island church set just in front of Perast – a UNESCO Heritage protected town.
When to go
Between April and October