Pearls of the Adriatic

Bari, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split

14 - 21 July | 11 - 18 August | 08 - 15 September 2024
Starting at
€ 1719
on board
Mein Schiff 6


Meet your tour leader at Malta international airport to check in for your flight to Treviso. Upon arrival, collect your luggage and proceed to your coach. Private transfer to Trieste port to embark on the Mein Schiff 6.

Enjoy your first day at sea on board this marvellous ship. Discover the spacious sunny areas of the Mein Schiff 6. Whether it’s a sun lounger, hammock, pool or relaxation lodges - there are great retreats waiting for you to feel good!

From Bari port you shall proceed to Alberobello, declared Unesco World Heritage site in 1996. You shall cross the town by walk to proceed along the national road in the middle of the Apulian countryside scattered with “trulli”. The ancient site, typical for its houses built in stones, used as animal stables and today transformed into family cottages where inhabitants run their trades activities. Your visit will give the opportunity to experience the reality of the village, knowing better the people and their life style. These constructions named “trulli” date back of VI and VII centuries. The typical cone shape roof has made them so peculiar that Unesco consider the old part of the village as monumental patrimony. You will have some free time to walk in the alleys and the tiny village before boarding the coach and driving back to the port.

top near the unique little island town of Sveti Stefan, connected to the shore by a causeway and crammed full of terracotta-roofed stone dwellings. Gazing down on Sveti Stefan provides the biggest ‘wow’ moment on the entire coast but taking a photo is all you can do, as this tiny island is now the luxurious Aman resort, off limits to all but paying guests. You continue to Budva which is a vibrant coastal city with a modern flair. The old city of Budva is a small labyrinth of narrow lanes and we walk close to the Citadela, an ancient castle and the most significant fortification building of the Montenegrin Coast. Enjoy some free time discovering what this town has to offer: from a lively promenade filled with colourful coffee places and restaurants to old town filled with charming and tasteful souvenir shops. Back in Kotor, follow your guide on a walking tour of the city which boasts of Venetians architectural influences and is surrounded by an impressive, well preserved city wall protected by UNESCO. Once in Kotor you will soon see why the town was deemed a World Heritage Site as it offers its visitors a remarkably well-preserved town centre with important buildings such as the cathedral of Sveti Tripun. Savour the beautiful atmosphere of this true gem of town before returning back by tender boat to your ship.

You start your excursion with a short 15-minute drive from the port of Dubrovnik to the Old Town where you have a short guided tour of the city, a city of unique beauty and harmony, spread out on the stone rocks and cliffs descending into the embrace of the sea and the waves. The main street is known as the Stradun and many of the city’s attractions are right here, including several monasteries, and the elegant 16th century Venetian Gothic Sponza Palace, once the city’s Custom House and notable for its fine courtyard columns and elaborate stone carvings. Dubrovnik’s famed symbol of freedom, a carved figure of an armoured knight, adorns the Orlando Column in a nearby square. After the walking tour you can enjoy some free time for souvenir shopping.

You will drive along the Dalmatian coast until you reach Trogir which is located on a small islet between the mainland of Croatia and the island of Ciovo. The historical center of Trogir is a unique monument of culture and is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. You will walk with your guide through its narrow streets, taking you back in history as you pass stone houses, churches, palaces, monasteries, and city walls. You will stop at the main attraction of Trogir, the St. Lawrence Cathedral. Take time to enjoy the beauty of the Romanesque portal created by the local artist Radovan. You then proceed to Split, Croatia where you shall admire the Diocletian’s Palace from the outside, which is located in the heart of Split and is on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. This palace is one of the largest Roman buildings which is still in use today. You will see one of the oldest cathedrals in the world, the Cathedral of St. Duje (Split’s patron Saint). You will also see the former temple of Jupiter which is now used as a baptistery. Your local guide will also show you one part of the old town. Return to Split port.

Your last day to stroll around the ship enjoying a cocktail and indulging in one of the restaurants offered on board.

Disembarkation and transfer to the Treviso airport to check in for your flight back to Malta.


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Price Includes

  • Return Ryanair flights to Treviso including 20kg checked-in luggage
  • Return Transfers
  • 7-night cruise on Mein Schiff 6 on full board basis
  • Daily entertainment and use of onboard facilities
  • 4 Shore Excursions
  • Gratuities
  • Tour Manager, subject to minimum number reached
  • Airport & Port Taxes & Fuel Surcharge
  • Protection by the Insolvency Fund

Not Included

  • Travel insurance (highly recommended)