Croatia Island Hopping - Best of Dalmatia

Croatia Island Hopping 

Prices from £1,298 per person

Day 1 - Split

Arrival to Split Apt
Transfer to hotel 4* hotel BB in Split and overnight.

Day 2 - Split – Vis

Breakfast at hotel and late morning departure by catamaran toward island of Vis.
Island Vis, the beauty of limpid waters and protected submarine world rich with sunken ships and magic marine images that has been hidden for years. Relax on secluded beaches of numerous peaceful bays, in transparent blue sea and under the hot sun of Vis. Overnight in 3* BB hotel.

Day 3 - Vis

Breakfast at hotel. Excursion to island of Bisevo (optional). Overnight in hotel.

Day 4 - Vis – Split

Breakfast at hotel. Early afternoon departure to Split. Overnight in 4* BB hotel in Split.

Day 5 - Split – Brac

Breakfast at hotel. Morning at leisure to enjoy the magnificent town of Split with its numerous archaeological, historical, and cultural sites. Ferry from Split to Supetar on Brac Island and transfer to hotel in Bol or Postira for overnight in good 3* or 4* Hotel BB

Day 6 - Brac – Hvar

Breakfast at hotel. Free morning in Bol, the oldest settlement in Brac. The famous “Zlatni Rat” beach known as the “Golden Horn” is reputed to be the most beautiful in the Adriatic.
In case the hotels in Bol are fully booked and cannot confirm accommodation, same will be provided in Supetar or Postira. Afternoon departure from Bol to Jelsa on Hvar Island by catamaran. Transfer to hotel in Hvar town for overnight in 4* hotel BB.

Day 7 - Hvar

Breakfast at hotel. Free day for exploring Hvar. Hvar is the town of a unique cultural and historical heritage and also an important tourist resort with a centuries-old tradition in tourism, pleasant climate, a lot of sunshine, natural beauties, famous gastronomic offer, sports and recreational opportunities. Overnight in Hvar town in 4* hotel BB.

Day 8 - Hvar – Korcula 

Breakfast at hotel. Afternoon departure from Hvar by boat to Korcula Island (Vela Luka or Korcula). Transfer to 4* hotel BB in Korcula town for overnight.

Day 9 - Korcula – Dubrovnik 

Breakfast at hotel. Free morning to explore the old town of Korcula, the hometown of famous explorer Marco Polo. Experience the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces in one of the best-preserved Medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Early afternoon departure from Korcula to Dubrovnik. Arrival to Dubrovnik, overnight in 4* hotel BB.

Day 10 - Dubrovnik

Breakfast at hotel. Free time in Dubrovnik. We recommend city sightseeing and walk along the city walls. Panoramic ride overlooking Dubrovnik to Srdj mountain with Dubrovnik’s new cable car should not be missed. Overnight in 4* hotel BB.

Day 11 - Dubrovnik

Breakfast at hotel. Private transfer to Dubrovnik Apt for return to home.

Hotel Luxe 5* BB - Split

Friendly hotel with a funky, modern feel - ideally situated for exploring the old town and enjoying the seafront. This luxury boutique hotel has something of a space-age ambience with its glossy white furnishings, sparkly silver curtains and iridescent, textured walls; its sheer modernity contrasting pleasantly with the old town of Split outside.

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Hotel Uvala 4*- BB - Dubrovnik

A friendly hotel in a convenient location with great views, this attractive hotel is set on the Lapad peninsula, close to the sea and within a short bus ride of Dubrovnik’s fascinating old town. It offers a good standard of accommodation in comfortable rooms.

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Note:  in all other resorts,  similar standard  hotels will be provided.

Split

Split is a magnificent city, its old town spreading along the seafront, a living history lesson, with a unique atmosphere and an engaging energy. Combine a stay here with the islands of Hvar / Brac for a magnificent two or three centre holiday. Although Split is Croatia’s second largest town, the old centre has a delightfully relaxed, intimate feel. Its seafront cafes, spread along the palm-lined promenade, have a distinctly Mediterranean ambience. The old town feels like an open museum - the medieval buildings built into the structure of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, so that corridors have become streets, and rooms are now entire houses.

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Island of Vis

Vis is the furthest island from the coast of Crotia and the most enigmatic. It spent much of its recent history serving as military base for ex-Yugoslavia, it was close to foreign visitors from the 1950s right up until 1989. This isolation preserved the island from development and drove  a lot of people to move elsewhere in search of work, leaving it underpopulated for many years. In Vis town, parts of the ancient city walls remain, along with a thermae (public bath). Levaman Fortress houses the Archaeological Museum, with exhibits including a 4th-century-B.C. bronze head of the goddess Artemis and amphorae recovered offshore. On a small peninsula, St. Jerome’s Church and Monastery is built over an ancient Roman theater

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Island of Brac

This beautiful island, known for its stunning white marble, is home to Croatia’s most famous and iconic beach, Zlatni Rat. Brac is the third-largest island in the Adriatic and the perfect place to get away from it all. Hiring a car or a bike means that you can discover plenty of deserted beaches and quiet coves. As you head into its interior, you will see that many of the inland villages have long been abandoned. It makes an interesting excursion to head inland to the Museum of Brac in Skrip, where you can find out more about the island’s fascinating history, and learn just how tough life was for islanders in times gone by.

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Island of Hvar

Hvar is the perfect holiday spot - relaxed by day and enchantingly chic by night. It also boasts of having more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in Croatia Hvar has far more than its fair share of good looks and charm. Wooded hills sweep down to meet the red roofs and pale stone walls of magnificent buildings, surveying the palm fringed harbour and sparking turquoise of the Adriatic.

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Korucla

The tiny Island of Korcula entices sun-seekers with its attractive beaches, beautifully preserved medieval town and crystal-clear waters.

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is sure to take your breath away - the pale stone of the ancient city walls and ornate pires stretching above the red roofs, surrounded by the sparkling waters of the Adriatic.

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Optional tours/activities or city sightseeing in resorts
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Croatia Island Hopping £1,298£1,348£1,398

Price Includes:

Accommodation in 4 * BB hotels (if 4*not available 3*)

Private transfers from/to airport, it can be shared transfers between the Islands as per itinerary

Boat tickets (ferries, catamaran etc.)

Assistance with boat tickets (delivery or similar) during the program.

Prices do not include: 
Optional tours/activities or city sightseeing in resorts

Flights info: 
Flights are included in above prices, however price subject to change depending on flight departure airports and flight timings. We can book any flight from any airport on request. Once you book flights with us, we will issue ATOL certificate for all packages including flights and you will be protected financially for any airline failures.  

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