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The Dalmatian coastline is one of the most dramatic and least developed in the Mediterranean. Its numerous islands have a rich cultural heritage and plentiful opportunities for relaxation in spectacular landscapes. The swimming is excellent. We cover no fewer than six World Heritage Sites in our various tours - Diocletian's Palace, Trogir, Starigrad on Hvar, Dubrovnik and Šibenik cathedral in Croatia, and Mostar in Bosnia.

Our tours are carefully crafted to ensure that, wherever possible, the more heavily cultural days are followed by days with lighter schedules. Mljet, Šipan, Korčula, Vis, Brač, the Kornati archipelago and magical Šćedro are all unspoilt islands where you can really unwind.

The gulets which we use for our Turkish and Greek cruises have found their way to Split, allowing us to recreate our tours in a different part of the Mediterranean. Our Dalmatian tours once again will be on the Linda. This beautiful gulet, built to high specifications at Tuzla near Istanbul, has been lovingly decorated by her captain, Antonio Ković. It offers a high standard of comfort and elegance, as well as an excellent table and well-selected local wines: the quality of the wine will be a revelation to many.

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