Dive into the Mediterranean’s other side on an island-hopping walking tour down the Dalmatian coast.

“This is what it’s all about,” you think, standing before Pustinja Blaca monastery after your morning walk through Brac Island’s pine-dotted highlands. Tucked up against a secluded limestone cliff, this remote hermitage was founded by 16th-century priests fleeing the Ottomans. Today, it’s a walkers’ delight, reachable only on foot. Much as you love the Mediterranean, somehow you had always overlooked Croatia. Yet everything here makes you want to dive in deeper. Sandy Adriatic beaches and translucent turquoise coves. Lovingly cultivated lavender, grapevines, and olive groves wedged between drystone walls. Villages steeped in Greek, Roman and Venetian history. And yesterday’s lunch of pašticada and homemade walnut liqueur under your Croatian host’s pergola. The island-hopping week ahead on this walking tour in Dalmatia promises more such discoveries. For now, it’s time to hit the trail again, off to another crystalline cove.

Highlights

  • Trek across lush countryside to a secluded cove (perhaps taking a dip in the crystalline waters) as you explore the resort island of Hvar.
  • Hike to Brac’s stunning, cliffside monastery—originally a hermitage founded in 1551 by Glagolitic priests during the Ottoman advance.
  • Discover the birthplace of the legendary Marco Polo as you walk the charming, medieval streets of Korcula’s Old Town, guided by a local expert.
  • Sip homemade walnut liqueur under the pergola after a tasty lunch of pašticada at our friend Mate’s house on Brac.
  • Sample Croatia’s indigenous grk grape variety at an organic winery on Korcula.
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Expert local guides to introduce you to the best of your destination.
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Opportunities to break away from the group and explore on your own.
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Delicious multi-course meals—a majority are included.
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A maximum of 20 fun-loving fellow travelers to share the journey.
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Gracious accommodations that are a clean, comfortable home away from home.
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Flight + Tour Combos include plane tickets, airport car service, and pre- and post-tour accommodations.

Itinerary

Sun, May 9 to Tue, May 18 - 2021

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Begin your adventure by departing from a convenient gateway city in the United States or Canada. Spend your first night aloft.

Upon arrival at Split International Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign meets you as you exit the baggage claim area. A complimentary small-group transfer is provided to the Hotel Park in Split, an approximate 40-minute shuttle. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. (No meals or activities included.)

If you are going to be delayed meeting our transfer representative for more than 15 minutes due to delayed or lost luggage, please contact Allianz Global Assistance to advise of your delay, and they will contact our transfer service on your behalf. Our drivers are generally able to wait for up to 45 minutes from the time your flight lands, after which you would be responsible for your own transfer.
Please note: If you arrive early, and your hotel room is not available prior to the designated check-in time, you may store your luggage with the reception desk.

Country Walkers provides you with City Information including recommendations on what to see and do in Split during your stay.

Accommodation: Hotel Park, Split

1-2 miles, easy

Breakfast is included at your hotel. Your guide(s) will meet you at the Hotel Park in Split at 1:00 p.m. (after lunch on your own) in the lobby. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for city walking.

You gather in the lobby of the meeting-point hotel for a brief orientation followed by a short walk to the nearby ferry terminal. Reaching the port, you board the (50-minute) public ferry to the Brac—the longest island which also has the highest elevation. You disembark in Supetar, a vibrant little town on the island’s north side dominated by a church.

Brac, the third-largest island in the Croatian archipelago, is best known for its luminous white stone, from which both Diocletian’s Palace and elements of the White House in Washington, DC, were constructed. It’s also famous for its olives, including the rare Buhavica olive found only on the northeastern side of the island. A short minibus transfer along the tranquil northern coast brings you to your hotel, a comfortable property with a pool overlooking the sleepy village of Postira. After getting settled, you gather for a welcome meeting and stroll along the town’s pretty waterfront to a favorite restaurant, where you can savor the first of many delicious dinners featuring the bounty of this distinctive coast.

Accommodation: Hotel Lipa, Postira, Brac
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

5 miles, easy to moderate, 800-ft. elevation gain; 3 miles, easy

Today’s walk takes you along a pine-clad northern coastal path from Postira to the fishing village of Splitska. A steady ascent winds through olive groves and cultivated terraces, culminating at the village of Škrip, the island’s first settlement, founded by the Illyrians in 1000 BC. Remains of the original city wall can still be seen around the citadel. You stop for a brief visit to the tower and Roman mausoleum, today a museum dedicated to the history of the island. Your lunch today is pašticada, a traditional Dalmatian specialty of slowly braised beef served with homemade gnocchi.

The afternoon presents two options. Join your guide(s) along the lungomare, or seaside trail, from Lovrecina cove to Postira past ruins of a Roman basilica en route to your hotel. Or, you may opt to return to the hotel via minibus. Either option allows you time to relax poolside before dinner on your own at the hotel or one of the many waterfront eateries.

Accommodation: Hotel Lipa, Postira, Brac
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

3-5 miles, moderate, 1,400-ft. elevation loss

After a breakfast of fresh fruit, homemade bread, cheese, and yogurt, you set out to explore some of the island’s finest attractions. A 45-minute transfer by minibus takes you to the trailhead. A rocky dirt path descends gradually to the 16th-century Pustinja Blaca, originally a hermitage founded in 1551 by Glagolitic priests during the Ottoman advance. You stop for a visit to the monastery before continuing to a secluded cove. Here, a short transfer by private boat brings you past the famous Zlatni Rat, or “Golden Cape,” one of the most picturesque beaches in all Croatia. Afterward, you proceed to a former shepherd’s hamlet for a traditional peka lunch (meat and vegetable stew simmered slowly over hot coals beneath a dome-shaped lid).

This afternoon, you take a drive to Vidova Gora, the highest point on Brac, for a panoramic view over the islands you will explore during your journey.

Later today, you board a catamaran ferry for a short transfer to your next island—chic Hvar, famous for its lavender production. After you check into your comfortable seaside hotel, the evening is yours to stroll the promenade and admire Hvar town’s main historical buildings, including the old theater—the first in Europe to be open to the public. For dinner, you are free to choose from among the many restaurants and cafés, with recommendations from your guides and hotel staff.

Accommodation: Hotel Adriana, Hvar
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

5.5 miles, easy to moderate with challenging sections, 1,200-ft. elevation loss

After a buffet breakfast of fresh fruits, cereals, prsut (Dalmatian smoked ham), and eggs, you embark on a scenic excursion to the island’s northern coast. Today’s exploration begins with a short transfer to your trailhead at Vidikovac Lavanda. From this vantage point, you take in stunning views of the island of Brac to the north and the Pakleni islands to the south. You descend steadily for approximately two and a half hours along a rugged hiking trail, the final portion of which includes some challenging, rocky terrain before reaching the tranquil town of Stari Grad (literally Old Town). Considered one of Croatia’s oldest towns, Stari Grad dates to the 4th century BC when it was a Greek colony called Faros. It lies on the edge of a UNESCO-preserved agricultural plain in a deep and protected cove. Upon arriving in town, you visit the fortified castle of Croatian poet Petar Hektorovic before an independent lunch at a konoba (tavern) or café of your choice.

Returning to Hvar by minibus, a free afternoon affords several options for you to explore Hvar independently, on land or by sea.

A walled, medieval port town with stunning beaches, Hvar is a delight to explore. The surrounding waters are home to picturesque islands, while the city’s Old Town features elegant Renaissance architecture.

Guided – Flex Options include:
• Embark on the short (steep) climb to the Španjola Fortress, a medieval castle occupying the site of an ancient Illyrian settlement dating to 500 BC. The trail to the citadel rewards you with a bird’s-eye view of the picturesque harbor and the nearby Pakleni islands. (Route Notes provided.)
• Indulge in a soothing facial or a relaxing massage treatment at your hotel’s luxurious Sensori Spa. The spa spans six indoor and outdoor levels and boasts four types of saunas as well as a rooftop saltwater swimming pool with stunning views of the town below. (Treatments not included.)
• Rent a kayak (or join a guided excursion) for a paddle through the narrow straits and into the hidden coves of the nearby Pakleni islands. These 14 islands just off the coast of Hvar town are a tranquil haven of pine woods and pebble beaches, surrounded by turquoise waters. (Rental and excursion fees not included.)
• Explore vibrant Hvar town on a self-guided tour. Visit the elegant Cathedral of St. Stephen or visit the town’s impressive 17th-century theater (the first of its kind). Consider popping into the Benedictine convent where, over the centuries, the convent’s nuns perfected the art of lacemaking—a small on-site museum showcases their handiwork. (A map of the town noting the location of noteworthy attractions is provided. Entry fees not included.)

This evening, reunite with your guides for a festive dinner of traditional Dalmatian specialties at one of our favorite konobas.

Accommodation: Hotel Adriana, Hvar
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

3-4 miles, easy to moderate and 5.5 miles, moderate, 600-ft. elevation loss

This morning, after a copious breakfast, perhaps on the harborside terrace, depart for a walk through the surrounding villages. A short minibus transfer takes you inland to just outside the former shepherds’ settlement of Brusje, where you’ll find your trailhead. The rocky path winds past terraced hillsides dotted with olive trees, lavender, and drystone walls. You reach the abandoned village of Malo Grablje (its name derives from “malo” meaning “lower” and “grab” meaning “hornbeam bush”), recently restored and turned into a wonderfully preserved open-air museum of sorts. Take time to explore the village before continuing to the peaceful cove of Milna, where you may opt for a swim in the turquoise sea. A light lunch refuels you before transferring (or walking, depending upon ferry schedule) back to Hvar town, where you have time for a stroll or perhaps a gelato before you bid the island farewell. Spend a late afternoon relaxing on a scenic public ferry (catamaran) transfer to Korcula Island, the sixth-largest Adriatic island. Settle in at your seaside hotel and base for the next two nights. This evening, dinner is on your own, either at the hotel or at one of the many konobas in town. (Your guides and hotel staff will provide you with suggestions!)

Accommodation: Hotel Liburna, Korcula
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

5 miles, easy to moderate, 450-ft. elevation loss

After breakfast in your hotel’s panoramic dining room, you set out to explore the wooded hills above Korcula, an island blanketed in vineyards and olive groves and sprinkled with picturesque villages. Traditional culture has been preserved on this island, from religious festivals to folk music to dancing to shipbuilding. A short transfer brings you to Žrnovo, where you explore the village and St. Martin’s Church before continuing along a wide, rocky path dotted with cypress and aromatic Mediterranean maquis (low-lying vegetation). As you emerge from the wooded trail, you spy beautiful views of the Peljesac Peninsula just across the channel. A special lunch rewards your efforts.

This afternoon affords free time to enjoy an activity of your choice in or around Korcula’s UNESCO-preserved Old Town.

Known for its vineyards and olive groves, Korcula is also home to ancient Croatian traditions and an impressive medieval Old Town. One of the most picturesque of the Adriatic islands, it’s surprisingly uncrowded, offering delightful opportunities for exploration.

Guided – Flex Options include:
• Take to the water, and admire the view looking back at Korcula from the sea. You can rent a kayak, SUP (stand-up paddleboard), or windsurfer, and take a self-guided tour of the nearby waters (Rental fees not included).
• Unwind with a well-deserved massage or an aromatherapy treatment at the wellness center of the nearby Marko Polo Hotel, the Liburna’s next-door sister property. You may choose to relax in a Finnish or Turkish sauna, a hydromassage in the whirlpool, or enjoy the view as you take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool. (Spa treatments not included.)
• Discover Korcula town’s small museums, including the Town Museum and the Icon Museum, or explore the narrow alleys leading off of the main street dotted with charming boutiques and art galleries.

Later, reconvene as a group for an (optional) guided walk through Old Town—often referred to as a miniature Dubrovnik for its beautiful medieval buildings and stonework. Dinner is a special affair this evening at a friend’s restaurant up in the hills above Korcula. A traditional feast awaits, featuring a seasonal menu that may include prawns, calamari, grilled meats, and a salad of sheep’s cheese and olives, paired with a local wine or beer. Returning to town, you may have enough energy for an after-dinner stroll along the enchanting streets of Korcula town, providing perfect closure to the day.

Accommodation: Hotel Liburna, Korcula
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

5 miles, easy to moderate, 700-ft. elevation gain and loss

Your tour concludes with a walk along the Peljesac Peninsula (likened to California’s wine country). Enjoy an independent lunch in the maritime center of Orebic before continuing to Dubrovnik —“The Pearl on the Adriatic,” as Lord Byron so famously described it. This much-celebrated town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is completely encircled by over a mile of beautifully preserved walls built between the 13th and 16th centuries. Historically, they provided protection against maritime intruders, from the Saracens to the Turks. You bid farewell to your guides and travel companions and settle into the Grand Villa Argentina, where you spend your post-tour night.

Dinner is on your own and may be enjoyed at the hotel’s terrace restaurant, or choose a restaurant from the provided City Information.

Accommodation: Grand Villa Argentina, Dubrovnik
Included Meals: Breakfast

Zbogom! (Goodbye!) This morning, a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to the Cilipi International Airport in Dubrovnik based on your departure time (the departure transfer time will be communicated to you by your guides while on tour).

Included Meals: Breakfast

Tue, May 11 to Mon, May 17 - 2021

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1-2 miles, easy

Your guide(s) will meet you at the Hotel Park in Split at 1:00 p.m. (after lunch on your own) in the lobby. Your guide(s) will be wearing a Country Walkers shirt. Please be dressed for city walking.

You gather in the lobby of the meeting-point hotel for a brief orientation followed by a short walk to the nearby ferry terminal. Reaching the port, you board the (50-minute) public ferry to the Brac—the longest island which also has the highest elevation. You disembark in Supetar, a vibrant little town on the island’s north side dominated by a church.

Brac, the third-largest island in the Croatian archipelago, is best known for its luminous white stone, from which both Diocletian’s Palace and elements of the White House in Washington, DC, were constructed. It’s also famous for its olives, including the rare Buhavica olive found only on the northeastern side of the island. A short minibus transfer along the tranquil northern coast brings you to your hotel, a comfortable property with a pool overlooking the sleepy village of Postira. After getting settled, you gather for a welcome meeting and stroll along the town’s pretty waterfront to a favorite restaurant, where you can savor the first of many delicious dinners featuring the bounty of this distinctive coast.

Accommodation: Hotel Lipa, Postira, Brac
Included Meals: Dinner

5 miles, easy to moderate, 800-ft. elevation gain; 3 miles, easy

Today’s walk takes you along a pine-clad northern coastal path from Postira to the fishing village of Splitska. A steady ascent winds through olive groves and cultivated terraces, culminating at the village of Škrip, the island’s first settlement, founded by the Illyrians in 1000 BC. Remains of the original city wall can still be seen around the citadel. You stop for a brief visit to the tower and Roman mausoleum, today a museum dedicated to the history of the island. Your lunch today is pašticada, a traditional Dalmatian specialty of slowly braised beef served with homemade gnocchi.

The afternoon presents two options. Join your guide(s) along the lungomare, or seaside trail, from Lovrecina cove to Postira past ruins of a Roman basilica en route to your hotel. Or, you may opt to return to the hotel via minibus. Either option allows you time to relax poolside before dinner on your own at the hotel or one of the many waterfront eateries.

Accommodation: Hotel Lipa, Postira, Brac
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

3-5 miles, moderate, 1,400-ft. elevation loss

After a breakfast of fresh fruit, homemade bread, cheese, and yogurt, you set out to explore some of the island’s finest attractions. A 45-minute transfer by minibus takes you to the trailhead. A rocky dirt path descends gradually to the 16th-century Pustinja Blaca, originally a hermitage founded in 1551 by Glagolitic priests during the Ottoman advance. You stop for a visit to the monastery before continuing to a secluded cove. Here, a short transfer by private boat brings you past the famous Zlatni Rat, or “Golden Cape,” one of the most picturesque beaches in all Croatia. Afterward, you proceed to a former shepherd’s hamlet for a traditional peka lunch (meat and vegetable stew simmered slowly over hot coals beneath a dome-shaped lid).

This afternoon, you take a drive to Vidova Gora, the highest point on Brac, for a panoramic view over the islands you will explore during your journey.

Later today, you board a catamaran ferry for a short transfer to your next island—chic Hvar, famous for its lavender production. After you check into your comfortable seaside hotel, the evening is yours to stroll the promenade and admire Hvar town’s main historical buildings, including the old theater—the first in Europe to be open to the public. For dinner, you are free to choose from among the many restaurants and cafés, with recommendations from your guides and hotel staff.

Accommodation: Hotel Adriana, Hvar
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

5.5 miles, easy to moderate with challenging sections, 1,200-ft. elevation loss

After a buffet breakfast of fresh fruits, cereals, prsut (Dalmatian smoked ham), and eggs, you embark on a scenic excursion to the island’s northern coast. Today’s exploration begins with a short transfer to your trailhead at Vidikovac Lavanda. From this vantage point, you take in stunning views of the island of Brac to the north and the Pakleni islands to the south. You descend steadily for approximately two and a half hours along a rugged hiking trail, the final portion of which includes some challenging, rocky terrain before reaching the tranquil town of Stari Grad (literally Old Town). Considered one of Croatia’s oldest towns, Stari Grad dates to the 4th century BC when it was a Greek colony called Faros. It lies on the edge of a UNESCO-preserved agricultural plain in a deep and protected cove. Upon arriving in town, you visit the fortified castle of Croatian poet Petar Hektorovic before an independent lunch at a konoba (tavern) or café of your choice.

Returning to Hvar by minibus, a free afternoon affords several options for you to explore Hvar independently, on land or by sea.

A walled, medieval port town with stunning beaches, Hvar is a delight to explore. The surrounding waters are home to picturesque islands, while the city’s Old Town features elegant Renaissance architecture.

Guided – Flex Options include:
• Embark on the short (steep) climb to the Španjola Fortress, a medieval castle occupying the site of an ancient Illyrian settlement dating to 500 BC. The trail to the citadel rewards you with a bird’s-eye view of the picturesque harbor and the nearby Pakleni islands. (Route Notes provided.)
• Indulge in a soothing facial or a relaxing massage treatment at your hotel’s luxurious Sensori Spa. The spa spans six indoor and outdoor levels and boasts four types of saunas as well as a rooftop saltwater swimming pool with stunning views of the town below. (Treatments not included.)
• Rent a kayak (or join a guided excursion) for a paddle through the narrow straits and into the hidden coves of the nearby Pakleni islands. These 14 islands just off the coast of Hvar town are a tranquil haven of pine woods and pebble beaches, surrounded by turquoise waters. (Rental and excursion fees not included.)
• Explore vibrant Hvar town on a self-guided tour. Visit the elegant Cathedral of St. Stephen or visit the town’s impressive 17th-century theater (the first of its kind). Consider popping into the Benedictine convent where, over the centuries, the convent’s nuns perfected the art of lacemaking—a small on-site museum showcases their handiwork. (A map of the town noting the location of noteworthy attractions is provided. Entry fees not included.)

This evening, reunite with your guides for a festive dinner of traditional Dalmatian specialties at one of our favorite konobas.

Accommodation: Hotel Adriana, Hvar
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

3-4 miles, easy to moderate and 5.5 miles, moderate, 600-ft. elevation loss

This morning, after a copious breakfast, perhaps on the harborside terrace, depart for a walk through the surrounding villages. A short minibus transfer takes you inland to just outside the former shepherds’ settlement of Brusje, where you’ll find your trailhead. The rocky path winds past terraced hillsides dotted with olive trees, lavender, and drystone walls. You reach the abandoned village of Malo Grablje (its name derives from “malo” meaning “lower” and “grab” meaning “hornbeam bush”), recently restored and turned into a wonderfully preserved open-air museum of sorts. Take time to explore the village before continuing to the peaceful cove of Milna, where you may opt for a swim in the turquoise sea. A light lunch refuels you before transferring (or walking, depending upon ferry schedule) back to Hvar town, where you have time for a stroll or perhaps a gelato before you bid the island farewell. Spend a late afternoon relaxing on a scenic public ferry (catamaran) transfer to Korcula Island, the sixth-largest Adriatic island. Settle in at your seaside hotel and base for the next two nights. This evening, dinner is on your own, either at the hotel or at one of the many konobas in town. (Your guides and hotel staff will provide you with suggestions!)

Accommodation: Hotel Liburna, Korcula
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

5 miles, easy to moderate, 450-ft. elevation loss

After breakfast in your hotel’s panoramic dining room, you set out to explore the wooded hills above Korcula, an island blanketed in vineyards and olive groves and sprinkled with picturesque villages. Traditional culture has been preserved on this island, from religious festivals to folk music to dancing to shipbuilding. A short transfer brings you to Žrnovo, where you explore the village and St. Martin’s Church before continuing along a wide, rocky path dotted with cypress and aromatic Mediterranean maquis (low-lying vegetation). As you emerge from the wooded trail, you spy beautiful views of the Peljesac Peninsula just across the channel. A special lunch rewards your efforts.

This afternoon affords free time to enjoy an activity of your choice in or around Korcula’s UNESCO-preserved Old Town.

Known for its vineyards and olive groves, Korcula is also home to ancient Croatian traditions and an impressive medieval Old Town. One of the most picturesque of the Adriatic islands, it’s surprisingly uncrowded, offering delightful opportunities for exploration.

Guided – Flex Options include:
• Take to the water, and admire the view looking back at Korcula from the sea. You can rent a kayak, SUP (stand-up paddleboard), or windsurfer, and take a self-guided tour of the nearby waters (Rental fees not included).
• Unwind with a well-deserved massage or an aromatherapy treatment at the wellness center of the nearby Marko Polo Hotel, the Liburna’s next-door sister property. You may choose to relax in a Finnish or Turkish sauna, a hydromassage in the whirlpool, or enjoy the view as you take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool. (Spa treatments not included.)
• Discover Korcula town’s small museums, including the Town Museum and the Icon Museum, or explore the narrow alleys leading off of the main street dotted with charming boutiques and art galleries.

Later, reconvene as a group for an (optional) guided walk through Old Town—often referred to as a miniature Dubrovnik for its beautiful medieval buildings and stonework. Dinner is a special affair this evening at a friend’s restaurant up in the hills above Korcula. A traditional feast awaits, featuring a seasonal menu that may include prawns, calamari, grilled meats, and a salad of sheep’s cheese and olives, paired with a local wine or beer. Returning to town, you may have enough energy for an after-dinner stroll along the enchanting streets of Korcula town, providing perfect closure to the day.

Accommodation: Hotel Liburna, Korcula
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

5 miles, easy to moderate, 700-ft. elevation gain and loss

After breakfast, you bid farewell to Korcula to walk the hills along the Peljesac Peninsula. This area is home to some of the best beaches in southern Dalmatia, with wide, sandy coves bordered by groves of tamarisk and pine. After a short boat transfer to the tiny town of Viganj, you ascend a rocky trail for approximately 20 minutes. You are quickly graced with gorgeous views across the channel to Korcula before descending to Orebic. Once an important maritime center, the town is now home to a small maritime museum. Enjoy lunch and a stroll through town on your own. Afterward, you proceed to magnificent Dubrovnik, where your tour ends at approximately 5:00 p.m. Continue your independent adventure or make connections for your next destination.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Accommodations

Linger Longer with a Tour Extension

Croatia: The Dalmatian Coast 1
Post-Tour
Flight + Tour Combo Only
2020 2021

2020 Post-Tour Extension - Dubrovnik

  • Two nights at the Grand Villa Argentina
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

2 Nights From $398
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $298

This much-celebrated town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is completely encircled by over a mile of beautifully preserved walls built between the 13th and 16th centuries. Historically, they provided protection against all intruders, from the Saracens to the Turks, coming by way of the sea. You may wish to explore the town’s main works of art, learn about its history of proud and fierce economic and political independence from Venice (seek guide recommendations from your hotel concierge), marvel at the loving way the town was restored after the shelling in 1991, and take pleasure in discovering its architectural details and narrow alleys.

Country Walkers provides you with City Information that includes recommendations on what to see and do in Dubrovnik during your stay.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Continue to bask in the natural beauty and history of Dubrovnik—dubbed “The Pearl on the Adriatic.” Today you may want to head up to Mount Srdj, by foot or cable car, to take in the breathtaking views of the Old Town and beyond. While you’re at the top, stop by the Fort Imperial and the Museum of the Croatian War of Independence. Later, if you’re feeling energetic, kayak out to the nearby islands, or simply enjoy a sumptuous feast of fresh Mediterranean seafood perfectly paired with an excellent Croatian wine.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Zbogom! (Goodbye!) This morning, a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to the Cilipi International Airport in Dubrovnik based on your departure time. Please note that your transfer time will be communicated to you by your guides on tour.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Croatia: The Dalmatian Coast 1
Post-Tour
Flight + Tour Combo Only
2020 2021

2021 Post-Tour Extension - Dubrovnik

  • Two nights at the Grand Villa Argentina
  • Small-group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts

2 Nights From $398
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $298

Dubrovnik, nestled along the coast with its spectacularly well-preserved medieval buildings overlooking azure waters, is a stunning sight and a delight to discover. Today, you may wish to explore the town’s main attractions and works of art or learn about its proud history gaining independence from Venice (seek guide recommendations from your hotel concierge). The town was shelled in 1991, and today you can marvel at the loving way it was restored and take pleasure in discovering its architectural details and narrow alleys.

Accommodation: Grand Villa Argentina, Dubrovnik
Included Meals: Breakfast

Continue to bask in the natural beauty and history of Dubrovnik—dubbed “The Pearl on the Adriatic.” Today you may want to head up to Mount Srdj, by foot or cable car, to take in the breathtaking views of the Old Town and beyond. While you’re at the top, stop by the Fort Imperial and the Museum of the Croatian War of Independence. Later, if you’re feeling energetic, kayak out to the nearby islands, or simply enjoy a sumptuous feast of fresh Mediterranean seafood paired with an excellent Croatian wine.

Accommodation: Grand Villa Argentina, Dubrovnik
Included Meals: Breakfast

Zbogom! (Goodbye!) This morning, a complimentary small-group transfer is provided to the Cilipi International Airport in Dubrovnik based on your departure time. Please note that your transfer time will be communicated to you by your guides on tour.

Included Meals: Breakfast

What's Included

Flight + Tour Combo
Tour Only
Exceptional boutique accommodations Check Check
13 on-tour meals: 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 3 dinners Check Check
Local guides with you throughout land tour Check Check
Local wine and/or beer with dinner Check Check
Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary Check Check
Travel assistance available 24/7 provided by Allianz Check Check
Roundtrip airfare Check
One extra night in Split and one extra night in Dubrovnik Check
Airport car service for arrival & departure Check
Business-class upgrades available Check
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Dates & Prices

Flight + Tour Combo

10 days. Includes round-trip international airfare, airport car service, additional hotel nights with included breakfast, and your tour.

Single Supplement: From $1,048

Departing From New York, NY (JFK)

Tour Only

7 days. Includes your tour only.

Single Supplement: From $748

Sun, Sep 6 - Tue, Sep 15, 2020

$5,398

Reserve Online

Tue, Sep 8 - Mon, Sep 14, 2020

$3,798

Reserve Online

Sun, Sep 13 - Tue, Sep 22, 2020

$5,398

Reserve Online

Tue, Sep 15 - Mon, Sep 21, 2020

$3,798

Reserve Online

Sun, Sep 20 - Tue, Sep 29, 2020

$5,398

Reserve Online

Tue, Sep 22 - Mon, Sep 28, 2020

$3,798

Reserve Online

Sun, Oct 4 - Tue, Oct 13, 2020

$5,398

Reserve Online

Tue, Oct 6 - Mon, Oct 12, 2020

$3,798

Reserve Online

Flight + Tour Combo

10 days. Includes round-trip international airfare, airport car service, additional hotel nights with included breakfast, and your tour.

Single Supplement: From $698

Departing From New York, NY (JFK)

Tour Only

7 days. Includes your tour only.

Single Supplement: From $448

Sun, May 9 - Tue, May 18, 2021

$5,198

Reserve Online

Tue, May 11 - Mon, May 17, 2021

$3,798

Reserve Online

Sun, May 23 - Tue, Jun 1, 2021

$5,198

Reserve Online

Tue, May 25 - Mon, May 31, 2021

$3,798

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