Best of Croatia by Land and Sea (10 Days)
Find out and explore all the secrets and secluded
spots of Adriatic Sea. With a long sea coast and 1244
islands, Croatian Adriatic sea is a true experience for
all seafarers. With the unique combination of sailing,
city visits, beautiful beaches, local walks, vineyards
and romantic dinners, this sample Croatia tour will
introduce you to the true charm of the Adriatic and give
the best of land and sea Croatia has to offer. Visit
Korcula, the island where Marco Polo was born, island
Vis, the former military island with a naval base,
several National parks, hidden beaches, lavender fields,
secret caves, and beautiful old Roman cities Zadar,
Split, Dubrovnik, and Hvar.
$2350 per person
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Fly out city:
April - October
Visit capital city of Croatia, Zagreb
islands in Croatia - Korčula, Vis, Hvar, and Mljet
Adriatic sea on a private boat of your choice and see why
Croatia is one of the best spots for yachting in the world
Visit Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic
from best local and hand-picked guides in Croatia
This tour can be further customized to meet any travel
Arrival to Zagreb, more than a
1000-year-old City, a capital of Croatia that will impress
you with its historic charm. Zagreb is global and
cosmopolitan city with a rich history dating from Roman
times to the present days. For centuries it has been a focal
point of culture and science and now of commerce and
industry as well. It is located in the northwest of the
country, on the southern slopes of Medvednica mountain along
the Sava river and also on the intersection of important
routes between Adriatic coast and Central Europe. Transfer
to your hotel and free time to relax. Hotel amenities will
help you to relax and rejuvenate. Overnight in Zagreb.
After breakfast departure to National Park Plitvice
Lakes. The beauty of the National Park lies in its
sixteen lakes, inter-connected by a series of
waterfalls, and set in deep woodland populated by deer,
bears, wolves, boars and rare bird species. Take a walk
with a local guide through this heaven on earth. Enjoy
scenery of beautiful waterfalls and untouched nature.
And don’t forget to make a wish under the largest
waterfall as it is supposedly making your wishes come
true :) After visiting NP Plitvice, we will have a
dinner in local restaurant – Licka kuca (optional).
Continue to Zadar, city voted to be the best European
destination for 2015, - a city monument, surrounded by
historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological
and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times,
Renaissance and many contemporary architectural
achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.
Hotel check-in. Overnight in Zadar.
After breakfast embark on a
yacht of your choice. Cruise to Kornati National Park - the
sailors’ paradise. The Kornati archipelago consists of 140
uninhabited islands, islets and reefs and is one of the
nicest places on the Adriatic. You will get a chance to swim
in the clearest waters of Adriatic, and explore the area.
After we visit Zadar and Kornati National Park, we will sail
further south to the island Murter who is by many one of the
best leisure spots in Croatia. Free time and overnight in
Murter on a yacht (Picture only as example).
Continue along the coast to
island Hvar - voted one of the ten most beautiful islands in
the world. Visit Hvar vineyards and wine cellarsold for an
amazing wine tasting. Continue to the city of Hvar for a
sightseeing. The guide will show you all the must see
landmarks an tell you all interesting stories about Hvar.
Old town, Piazza, the Arsenal and the first public theatre
in Europe, the cathedral of St. Stephen, the Franciscan
monastery, the renaissance Palaces and so much more. Free
time for lunch and your own exploration. Overnight in Hvar.
Another day in Hvar. We will
start our drive through the island. We will pass through old
villages Brusje and Velo Grablje and through many lavender
fields. Stop, breathe, enjoy. Go home to your vacation and
decide to live a lavender life and put stress in distress.
After this stress-free sightseeing we come towards di Agera
(Hora) – protected field, one of Greek culture masterpieces
which remained almost intact during a period of 2400 years.
After this beautiful sightseeing we will drive further
towards Jelsa where two specially chosen wineries are
waiting for you. First we will stop at a very modern winery,
very famous not only in Hvar, but in Croatia. You will try
the famous Tomi Plavac and probably never want to leave.
First you will be taken for a sightseeing tour around the
winery and then you will start with wine tasting. In order
to provide you with a really holistic experience you will
have 4 wine courses especially paired with accompanying
food: prosciutto, cheese, chocolate and other lovely
gastronomic surprises. After modern Tomi?’s winery, we will
take you back to the roots. We are taking you to pure
tradition – Dubokovic winery. Tradition, wine, cheese, bread
– let’s be honest – pure heaven or to say Hvar heaven.
Besides all this in Dubokovi? winery you will be able to
enjoy in his own produced olive oils with aroma. Try
basilicum or sage flavoured olive oil and decide to move to
Hvar permanently. If this is not possible, you can buy vines
or olive oils to take with you as a memory to enjoy in
coldish autumn nights. After the Dubokovic wine cellar tour
and wine tasting we’ll head to an old, abandoned village
Malo Grablje for a fabulous lunch/dinner (depending on the
time of day). This is where our tour ends so after that
departure back to Hvar and overnight on a yacht.
In the morning sail further to
island Vis, an island surrounded by some the clearest blue
water you’ll find in the Adriatic, discover secret beaches,
enjoy traditional food, swim, and explore local caves.
Island Vis is also the southest point in Croatia and is
mostly visited by boaters. Free time to explore island Vis.
Overnight in Vis.
In the morning sail further and
visit island Korcula - believed to be Marco Polo`s birth
place. Explore local tradition and don't miss amazing
Moreska show – a traditional dance with swords that is
dating back from 12th century and that will leave you
breathless. Free afternoon for your own exploration of
Korcula. In the evening we are taking you to ranch a little
bit outside city of Korcula for unforgettable traditional
dinner famous for the farm to the table food and the best
prosciutto, cheese and wine. Overnight in Korcula.
Morning sailing to the island
National Park Mljet, the most beautiful and most forested
island in the Adriatic and one of the most beautiful pearls
of the Mediterranean. Untouched nature, the island's
mysticism, olive groves, vineyards and rich forests are
ideal places to research the rich flora and fauna, and to
peacefully enjoy the pristine beauty of the natural
surroundings. Explore the After exploring NP Mljet, we will
sail down to the Adriatic pearl Dubrovnik, one of the
world’s most stunning destinations, both in terms of its
cultural heritage and as a holiday destination. The city has
often been referred to as the "Pearl of the Adriatic" and
was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 as
a city of rich culture and history. The Old Town of
Dubrovnik is surrounded by 1,970 metres of city walls—over
the centuries they served to protect the city from various
threats and today are the city's greatest attraction.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Morning sightseeing of
Dubrovnik. Local guide will take you to the most wonderful
and hidden streets of the city. Explore the Old Town of
Dubrovnik including its narrow streets and small squares and
of course famous City Walls. In the evening departure to
traditional Dalmatian restaurant so-called “konoba” where
you will be able to try “peka” - a Baked dish with meat and
vegetables made in a pot or a tray, and the pot is put into
the embers of a fireplace. Overnight in the hotel in
After breakfast, get picked up
from your hotel and depart to the airport. Fly out of
Recommended time to travel: May - October
Price:- From $2,350 per person. Please contact
us for availability