Embark the luxurious L'Austral this afternoon.
The unspoiled beauty of this rugged coastline bleached by the salt and bordered by crystal clear blue sea transforms Sibenik (Croatia) into a giant aquarium. The nearby thousandyear- old town of Krka was founded by Croatian princes in the 9th and 10th centuries, and today is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Along the Dalmatian coast, this ancient former imperial residence reveals all: fortified walls, towers, temples, palaces and baths. A museum in itself, Split (Croatia) is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to Diocletian's famous Palace.
Dubrovnik (Croatia) has preserved its rich architectural heritage, and its many palaces, monuments and white stone churches are in perfect harmony. Long considered as a rival to Venice, traces of its illustrious past are to be found throughout the city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The fortified town of Kotor (Montenegro) is located at the end of a complex series of bays surrounded by limestone massifs in a magnificent region of Montenegro.
A mild sunny climate has earned Hvar (Croatia) the epithet “Croatia’s Madeira”. The old town cradled in the bay boasts many remarkable monuments, all of which bear witness to a rich history influenced by Gothic and Renaissance art.
Pula (Croatia) invites you to a journey back in time. More than any other village in Croatia, Pula is a worthy heir to the Roman Empire. Timeless beauty and a truly exceptional architectural heritage is to be found here. More than anywhere else, the ancient ruins seem to have survived the centuries without having aged. You will discover in Pula a culture which dominated Europe for more than five centuries.
In days gone by, Rovinj (Croatia) was a peaceful fishing port on the Istria Peninsula. Today its picturesque narrow streets lead you down to a marina where fishing boats jostle comfortably alongside modern yachts.
Disembark this morning for your continued journey home.