Dubrovnik Cruises

The Rector’s Palace
Coastal Sailing and Beach Break
Modra Spilja Cave 

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The city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located on the southern coast of Croatia, overlooking the Adriatic Sea.

This MSC Mediterranean Cruises destination boasts a treasure trove of sights including a 16th-century old town and romantic limestone streets. See Gothic-Renaissance Rector’s Palace or wander along the city’s ancient clifftop walls. Further afield, you’ll find a host of natural wonders including some of the most enchanting caves in the world.
MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including:
• The Rector’s Palace
• Coastal Sailing and Beach Break
• Modra Spilja Cave 
Dubrovnik looks like a city suspended in time and an MSC Cruises excursion offers you the opportunity to immerse yourself in its ancient splendour. The atmospheric old town was a major setting in the popular TV show Game of Thrones, thanks to its fantastical ornate architecture. Wander the streets and see the Cathedral of the Assumption and its regal interior adorned with Venetian paintings. Then, move on to Rector’s Palace, a princely jewel, dating all the way back to the 15th century. Continue the tour at the Franciscan Church and Monastery and take in its Romanesque-Gothic beauty. Then, enjoy some free time in the heart of old town where you can shop, dine, and wander.
MSC Cruises excursions offers you the chance to sail around verdant Lokrum Island and the beautiful Elaphiti archipelago on a catamaran tour and beach break. Take in the spectacular views of Dubrovnik's ancient old town, its iconic walls, and the 11th-century Fort Lovrijena. Cruising towards stunning Lapad Bay, you’ll marvel at the deep blue-green of the Adriatic Sea. There, you’ll enjoy time to swim in the crystal clear waters, relax under an umbrella, or work up a tan on the beach.
Enjoy an exciting outing on an MSC Cruises excursion from the peninsula of Lapad. Delight in seeing Dubrovnik’s historical old town from the sea as you sail towards the glamorously remote island of Kolocep. Dive into the water for a heavenly snorkelling experience in the awe-inspiring Modra Spilja (Blue Cave). Finally, arrive at the beach of Donje Celo, where you can admire the views, relax on the sand, or swim in the picturesque bay.

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    Nature and glamour
    Nature and glamour

    A Mediterranean cruise to Croatia shows you a country blessed with a wealth of natural riches, boasting almost 2000 km of rocky, indented shore and more than a thousand islands, many blanketed in luxuriant vegetation.

    An holiday to Croatia offers a lot of urbane glamour too with yacht-filled harbours and cocktail bars aplenty – especially in à-la-mode destinations such as Dubrovnik and Hvar. At the northern end of Croatia’s lengthy stretch of coastline, the peninsula of Istria contains many of the country’s most developed resorts, along with old Venetian towns like Poreč and Rovinj, and the raffish port of Pula, home to some impressive Roman remains. The island-scattered Kvarner Gulf, immediately south of Istria, is presided over by the city of Rijeka, a hard-edged port city with an energetic cultural life.

    Beyond the Kvarner Gulf lies Dalmatia, a dramatic, mountain-fringed stretch of coastline studded with islands. Northern Dalmatia’s main city is Zadar, whose busy central alleys are crammed with medieval churches. Croatia’s second city, Split, is southern Dalmatia’s main town, a vibrant and chaotic port with an ancient centre moulded around the palace of the Roman emperor, Diocletian.