Dalmatian Coastline

Dalmation Coastline Tour

10 Days / 9 Night

No Age Limit


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  • 9 nights hotel accommodation.
  • Services of professionally licensed guides on local tours.
  • Wine tour of Hvar with dinner in an olive grove
  • 13 meals: 7 breakfasts, one lunch, three dinners.
  • All domestic flights , ferry transportation mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Transportation in a fully air-conditioned, non-smoking minivans on local tours and transfers.
  • English speaking guided tours mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Inbound and outbound airport transfers to/from your hotel.
  • All taxes, entrance & museum fees, baggage handling. (unless otherwise stated)
  • International airfares.
  • Tips to guide, driver, hotel staff etc.
  • Travel Insurance and medical services.
Day 1: Split

Upon your arrival you will have a private transfer to your hotel located in the city .You will be met your guide at the lobby of your hotel for a late afternoon walking tour of Split, one of the Adriatic’s most amazing seaports in the country and Croatia’s second-largest city. The historical monuments, museums and galleries are found at the old harbour. Diocletian’s Palace, is one of the best-preserved Roman royal residences in the world.

Day 2: Trogir Salona

This morning you will meet your guide for a walking tour of historical Trogir and Salona with a private transfer. You will visit the city of Trogir, another UNESCO World Heritage Site where you will visit the cathedral dating back to 13th century, the duke’s palace  and the town loggia. You will continue to visit the ruins of ancient Salona which used to be the capital of the region and attract many visitors to this region. Afternoon at leisure.

Day 3: Sibenik

Today you will be met by your guide at the hotel for a private transfer to Šibenik for a walking tour of this wonderful city which is one of the most naturally protected harbors on the Adriatic coast with many ancient architectural building alligned along the streets. The cathedral of Sveti Jakov (UNESCO heritage site) which was built in 1434  is one of the best sample of the Renaissance era in Croatia. Return to Split in the evening. Stay overnight at the Hotel. 

Day 4: Hvar

Thıs morning you checked out from your hotel to drive to Hvar on Island Hvar aboard an 11.30 catamaran and arriving at 12:30. You will have a private transfer to your hotel. You will be driven to your hotel to stay in this beautiful nature of Adriatic city  which used to be a medieval town. You will spend your leisure time on your own.

Day 5: Hvar

Thıs morning you can spend your time to discover this breathtaking view over the landscape and the yachting harbour in the city Then you will leave the hotel for a wonderful wine tour of Hvar and next have a private dinner in an olive grove. Return to  the hotel in Hvar.  

Day 6: Korcula

You will be transferred to the island Korcula in the afternoon. You will have a ferry transfer including a private assistance. You will check into your hotel where you will stay for two nights to explore the surroundings of this city besidesits culture,  art and history,  traditional crafts and skills of stone masonry and shipbuilding, sword dances, music, writings as well as its most famous inhabitant – Marco Polo and his heritage, besides all the natural beauties, views and beaches. Dinner at hotel restaurant. 

Day 7: Korcula

This morning you will have a private walking tour of historic Korcula! Afternoon at leisure. Stay at the hotel in Korčula. 

Day 8: Dubrovnik

This morning you will be met by your private driver to drive to Dubrovnik by passing the Pelješac peninsula with a splendide view. You will have a stop in Ston to see the walls and ancient salt pans. After arrival in the afternoon in your hotel you will check in and meet your  private guide for a walking tour of this wonderful city (UNESCO world heritage site) which is known as the pearl of the Adriatic  in the region of Dalmatia (one of the most prominent tourist destinations and seaport in the Mediterranean Sea). Dubrovnik is among the 10 best preserved medieval walled cities in the world . You’ll enter Old Town through Pile Square the former drawbridge and main entrance leading to the famous pedestrian walkway, the Stradun. The Dominican Monastery contains a fine collection of Renaissance paintings. The Rectors Palace, now a museum, was the seat of government of the indepedent Republic of Dubrovnik from the 15th c. until 1808 (when it was abolished by Napoleon). You can overlook the sea from the city’s fortress and the town from the city walls. A visit to Old Town is a step back in time to history, romantic charm, traditional cuisine, and magnificant Adriatic coastal scenery.One of the most important feautures of the city is a magnificent curtain of walls surrounding marble streets and baroque buildings including the churches, monasteries and museums ornamented with the rock Stones carved by skilled architects. Stay at the hotel in Dubrovnik.

Day 9: Dubrovnik

This morning your private guide will take you for a walking tour within the city surrounded by the walls of the ancient walled city where you  will see the museums and galleries. Then you will spend your leisure time on your own. George Bernard Shaw was enchanted by this lovely city, and said “those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik.”He called it “the pearl of the Adriatic”.There are many possible activities for you to explore the beauty of the city such as swimming on the heavenly landscape of the beaches and the peninsulas with the green forests around the city.

Day 10: Dubrovnik / Home

Private transfer from your hotel to the airport. 


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