Croatia

Enjoy a long unspoiled coastline of beautiful beaches, resorts and islands. Wander through castles and mountainous countryside. Croatia has a natural beauty and stunning appeal. If you’re looking for low- cost activities and accommodation or something more luxurious, Croatia has it all.


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Itinerary

Day 1 -3              Dubrovnik

Let’s start with the best known city in Croatia. Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik ‘s commanding stone walls surround its distinctive old town which was completed in the 16th Century. The cobbled limestone Placa is now lined with shops, accommodation, restaurants and bars. Choose to stay within the walls of the old town or in any combination of stunning places lining the beaches or port. Dubrovnik can easily be used as a base for many attractions and activities.

Days 4-5              Hvar

Hvar is best known as a summer resort and is regarded as the hip and stylish town. Highlights of this port town include its 13th-century walls, a hilltop fortress and a main square anchored by the Renaissance-era Hvar Cathedral. The island also features beaches such as Dubovica and inland lavender fields. Or perhaps escape by boat to the nearby Pakleni Islands, which have secluded beaches and coves to ensure you relax and recharge.

Day 6-9              Split

Croatia’s second-largest city, Split is the place to experience Dalmatian life as it’s really lived. Split’s most prominent historic site is the mighty Diocletian's Palace, UNESCO heritage listed and one of the world’s most impressive Roman Ruins. Explore the Gallery of Fine Arts or a day trip to Krka national park with over 7 waterfalls. Ever dreamed of chartering a yacht and sailing around the Adriatic? We can help organize your dream charter to the other beautiful islands such as Vis and Korchula, the choice is yours.

Day 10              Zadar

Be spoilt in Zadar with gorgeous sunset views every night. The sun sets over the Adriatic Islands in the distance and the sky lights up with pink and purple. With a vino in hand, crowds come from near and far to watch the sun set – it is truly breathtaking.

Day 11              Plivitce Lakes National Park

If you love nature, Plitvice lakes will not disappoint. Halfway between the coast and the capital city of Zagreb. Plitviče Lakes National Park is a 295-sq km forest reserve in central Croatia. It's known for a chain of 16 terraced lakes, joined by waterfalls, that extend into a limestone canyon. Using the walkways and hiking trails makes it easy to explore nature in this stunning environment.

Day 12              Zagreb

Zagreb, in the northwest, rightfully earns its status of the Capital City, with a diverse economy and a high standard of living. Zagreb charms visitors with its pristine medieval 'old city' architecture and cobbled streets. For your last day in Croatia put your walking shoes on and easily meander your day away. If you’ve had your fill of cathedrals and churches, head to the Dolac Market early or the Giric Tunnels to learn about it’s curious past or jump onto the quaint funicular to take you up to the Lotrsčak Tower.

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