Dubrovnik, Korcula and Split 10 Night Multi Centre Holiday
Explore the beautiful Southern Adriatic on this 10 Night luxury Dubrovnik, Korcula and Split multi centre holiday. Discover the beautiful UNESCO listed city of Dubrovnik with medieval city walls, its baroque themed architecture and stunning old town. Then skip over to Korcula by boat to escape the crowds, relax and explore one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic. Before heading home, spend a few days in Split marvelling at its cultural and historic sights.
Board: B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner
Day 1 – Arrival to Split
Welcome to Split! As a second-biggest city in Croatia, Split is the main harbour in Dalmatia region and a starting point for many holidaymakers.
The Diocletian’s Palace makes the core of the Old Town and a symbol of modern-day Split, incorporating an eclectic combination of Roman temples, Gothic palaces and modern Mediterranean-style stone houses.
We will organise a private tour of Diocletian’s Palace and Old Town so you can learn about Split’s history in great detail.
Don’t miss Riva, Split’s palm tree-lined promenade, panorama from Marjan hill or simply walking the cobbled streets of the Old Town, infused with history.
Day 2 – (OPTIONAL) Trogir and Klis Fortress
To start your day, visit Klis fortress, lodged in the mountain above Split. In the past, it served as a line of defence against Mongols and Ottoman empire.
Later, continue towards Trogir. This Medieval island town is another UNESCO-listed site in Croatia. Walk the streets of Trogir admiring preserved Kamerlengo castle and tower and a series of dwellings and palaces from the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Connected with Trogir via bridge is Čiovo island, and with a short walk or a taxi drive, you can spend part of your day enjoying beautiful beaches.
Day 3 – (OPTIONAL) Day trip to Krka Waterfalls National Park and city of Sibenik
If you’d like to change scenery and swap cityscapes for landscapes, head over to Krka Waterfalls national park. Enjoy beautiful waterfalls and lakes and stroll along pathways winding through the lush flora. Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit as you’ll have an opportunity to have a swim in front of stunning Skradinski Buk waterfall.
Afterwards, visit city of Sibenik and admire its UNESCO-listed St James’s cathedral and fortresses surrounding the city. It’s possible to extend the visit so you can visit the local ethno village, with demonstrations in traditional food preparation, or visit birds of prey sanctuary.
Day 4 – Arrival to Korcula
Today you will continue your travels onto Korčula island and Korčula Town, a small fortified town that sits delicately out to sea. Rumoured to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, you will get to walk in the great explorer’s footsteps through the delightful little alleyways and curious streets. You will get to see the incredible layout of the town which protects against wind in winter and increases air circulation in summer, a truly ingenious design.
Allow for the outer wall to serve as your own promenade and enjoy the unbeatable views of the Pelješac Peninsula’s vineyards whilst enjoying a sumptuous dinner.
Day 5 – (OPTIONAL) Wine and oyster tasting on Peljesac peninsula
Indulge your taste buds and sample the delights of the Pelješac Peninsula and join a half day or full day wine tasting tour of Peljesac peninsula, one of the most renowned wine-regions in Croatia, offering stunning landscape and beautiful unspoiled beaches. The tour will allow you to taste many different wines, snack on local cheese and olives and visit a vineyard. Besides excellent Dingac, Posip and Postup wines, Peljesac is also known for its oyster and salt farms, which can also be visited at request. During your tour, you will also get to visit town of Ston, with its 7 km long walls, built in 14th century.
Day 6 – (OPTIONAL) Picnic on Badija island
Badija is a small island in front of Korcula Town, easily reached by a taxi-boat from Korcula harbour. With its crystal-clear waters and tranquil beach, it’s a perfect place to enjoy a relaxing day of sun and sea with an old Franciscan monastery in the backdrop, or have fun snorkelling. The island is also home to some friendly deer, creating an idyllic scene. Bring some food with you and enjoy a picnic in the shadow of the pine forest, perhaps with a glass of local wine.
Day 7 – (OPTIONAL) Explore Korcula agritourism
Korcula island has become known for its family-run farm restaurants, and there are many small inland agritourism places outside of Korcula, where a family will offer you home-made and traditionally-prepared dishes, so enjoy an experience eating al fresco, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves.
Alternatively, visit the other side of the island and the town of Vela Luka, in front of which you can find an island of wild beauty, Proizd. There are taxi boats in Vela Luka harbour offering transfer to the island.
Day 8 – Arrival to Dubrovnik
Today you will depart for your final destination on this holiday, the Pearl of Adriatic – Dubrovnik.
Upon arrival, our driver will meet you at the harbour and take you to your hotel. In the afternoon, we will organise a private guided tour of the Old Town (combined with Game of Thrones tour if you’re a fan of the TV show), taking you to locations where this world-popular TV show was filmed and introducing you to the beauty of the town which wasn’t diminished even by severe shelling during Homeland war in the 90s.
Day 9 – (OPTIONAL) Visit to Lokrum island nature reserve
For a day surrounded by nature and tranquillity, hop on a ferry for a day trip to Lokrum island nature reserve, offering beautiful wild beaches and remains of a 12th-13thcentury Benedictine monastery of St Mary and a cloister garden. Enjoy a day of nature, surrounded by Lokrum’s locals: peacocks and wild bunnies. There’s a simple café offering drinks and quick bites but it’s advisable to bring your own picnic if you plan on staying longer.
DAY 10 – Dubrovnik – Explore Lokrum Island (optional)
For a day surrounded by nature and tranquillity, take a ferry trip for a day trip to Lokrum island nature reserve, offering beautiful wild beaches and remains of a 12th-13th century Benedictine monastery of St Mary and a cloister garden. Enjoy a day of nature, surrounded by Lokrum’s locals: peacocks and wild bunnies. There is café offering light refreshments but you may prefer to bring your own picnic from the delicious and vibrant local market that offer fresh delicacies in Dubrovnik.
Day 10 – (OPTIONAL) Day trip to Kotor Bay and UNESCO-listed City of Kotor in Montenegro
Venture into Dubrovnik’s neighbouring city of Kotor and Kotor bay and its 12th– and 14th-century UNESCO-listed world heritage buildings. The city of Kotor was protected by medieval city walls which extend into the fortress of Saint Ivan and you will get to infiltrate these walls and peer into the inner-workings of this famous old city. Take a short boat ride from the medieval baroque shore town of Perast to one of the two islets in the bay to visit the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks. Montenegro also offers beautiful coastline, with town of Budva offering a long beach strip.
- Return flights from the UK
- Bed and breakfast accommodation in 4 star hotels in Dubrovnik, Korcula and Split
- Private transfers throughout your trip
- Pre-booked catamaran tickets
- Your holiday is ATOL protected for your peace of mind
- Access to our concierge service
- Flexibility – you can select how many nights you would like to spend in Split, Dubrovnik, Hvar and Korcula as this holiday will be tailor-made for you
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