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The Croatian special interest cruises you need to know about

Sail Croatia the unconventional way

Croatia is the latest summer destination that everyone is raving about – but how about going beyond the conventional cruise experience and trying a unique special interest cruise?




Tempo Holidays have announced a new venture, expanding their range of cruises in Croatia in partnership with Katarina line. The new offering, dubbed Tempo Holidays Cruise Croatia, will take Croatia cruising to another level with the well established on-ground team who have over 20 years experience.     


Below we outline the unique special interest cruises that you need to know about.   


1. Naturist Cruise  

There’s nothing that beats uneven tan lines quite like sunbaking in the nude. For those who prefer the silken feel of seawater on their skin with nothing in between, naturist cruises will take you to historic towns and fascinating islands, with an abundance of opportunities to get your kit off in the sun.   


2. Young & Fun Cruise  

Under 35s only, try the original Croatian cruise that has made the coastal nation a must for so many young backpackers. Relaxing under the sun during the day and partying the night away, there’s a reason these cruises are so popular.   


3. Cycle & Cruise  

Combine cycling with cruising with the chance to reach remote reaches of small island inaccessible by car. There’s nothing quite like soaking up the sights and smells of local life from on a bike. Plus you can ease your saddle-sore behind with a swim off the boat in the evening!  


4. Slim, Fit & Vitality Cruise  

Who says a holiday has to be unhealthy? Better an open air gym and the sea than a classroom and the pool any day, particularly when everywhere you turn you see incredibly beautiful nature.   


You can book all of these unique cruises with Tempo Holidays. Visit or call 1300 553 004.


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Published: 19 June 2017

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