Kvarner Bay is one of Croatia's crown jewels, and the islet of Cres shines among the brightest of the gems. This full-day relaxing boat trip calls at two of the island's highlights, starting with free time to chill in a local town of the same name. Lunch will be served onboard, as we cruise to the second point of call for the day – Valun – for more unwind time.
Join this guided tour and explore the most fascinating side of Cres. You will find out how do olive trees grow, how does an olive oil mill work, how to recognize real extra virgin olive oil, the use of olive oil in cuisine, and the health and beauty benefits of this fantastic ingredient.
Once the holiday hotspot for kings and emperors during the Austro-Hungarian Empire's golden age, Opatija is one of coastal Croatia's most eye-catching spots. Tour the pastel-coloured villas and botanical gardens of this cosmopolitan seaside resort with a private tour, exclusively for you and your party.
Kvarner Bay is one of Croatia's crown jewels, and you'll see two of it's gems on this full-day relaxing boat trip. Starting the day sailing to the island of Cres, we'll head for the coastal village of Beli where there'll be time to swim and chill on the local beach. Lunch will be served onboard, as we cruise to the second point of call for the day – Krk. Here, we'll stop by Njivice for more unwind time.
There's a trio of Croatian cultural gems in store on this half-day tour. Skirt the shores of Kvarner Bay and be wowed by history-packed sights and camera-grabbingly good scenery. You can look forward to free time in the port city of Rijeka, a meander around Medieval Kastav, plus a trip to the 13th century Trsat Castle, too.
Join the most delicious tour of Cres on this walking tour through the old town centre. Stop at 3 locally run businesses to sample specialities.
Sail the shorelines of Krk Island on this day-trip to Baška. You'll be greeted onboard with a welcome drink before casting off, passing by panoramic views of beaches, villages and cliffs. Then, once you've arrived into the charming village of Baška, it's up to you how you spend your day. There's time for sunbathing on the pebbly beaches, taking a dip in the calm waters, or even going further inland to explore the ancient monuments. And what's more, on the way back, you'll be treated to a swim stop in the pristine bay of Mala Luka.
Croatia's largest island, Krk, will be the focus of this tour from Rijeka. Connected to the mainland by a bridge, you'll not need to travel far to discover the island of Krk. You'll arrive in Krk Town for the late morning, where you can stretch your legs with some sightseeing within the town's ancient walls. Then you'll head over to Punat to catch a boat over to the tiny island of Košljun. It's home to the 16th century Franciscan Monastery. Finally, hop back over to the east coast of Krk to Vrbnik for a wine tasting.
Travel back in time to ancient Rome and Renaissance Venice – without leaving Istria. This tour takes in the amazingly well-preserved Roman Arena of Pula and the beautiful old town of Rovinj where terracotta-topped houses are lorded over by a Venetian belfry.
Krk is an island bursting with picturesque villages, and Vrbnik is among the prettiest. This tour to the clifftop town includes a mini-train ride through its winding streets, taking in all the sights. There's also a wine-tasting session to look forward to before enjoying some free time. Go for a swim or try and squeeze through the 40cm-wide Klančić alley.
Plitvice National Park is a big tick on any bucket list. You'll have an early start to reach this UNESCO World Heritage site – but some trips are worth the effort. Journeying through the hills and countryside of the Dalmatian Hinterland, it promises to be a day of amazing landscapes. You'll have plenty of time to explore the 18km of wooden paths that snake around the park and a guided nature walk takes you along all the bridges, boards and best lookout points over the lakes. Every shade of green and blue in the spectrum, this place is almost made for Instagram. A day out over a million years in the making.
This five-island boat cruise in Kvarner Bay packs a lot into one day. First up is Košljun islet, famed for its 15th century monastery. An optional lunch is then available on board. Next, enjoy panoramic views of Krk town before making for Cres to visit a griffon vulture refuge. Then, it's on to Plavnik to swim at the Blue Cave. The last island is Kormat, where you can feed seagulls.