SOUTH ADRIATIC COASTLINE 2019. - from Dubrovnik

SOUTH ADRIATIC COASTLINE 2019. - from Dubrovnik SOUTH ADRIATIC COASTLINE 2019. - from Dubrovnik



Unesco heritage sites:

Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian (1979)

Historic City of Trogir (1997)

Old City of Dubrovnik (1979)

Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor (1979)

Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar (2005)


Korčula (Croatia)

Perast (Montenegro)

DAY 1 Sunday DUBROVNIK area; D

Transfer from Dubrovnik airport, Dubrovnik harbor or another hotel in Dubrovnik to the designated tour hotel. Dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik/Dubrovnik area/.

DAY 2 Monday DUBROVNIK area; Explore Dubrovnik by Cable Car; B, D

Start your south Adriatic coach tour by getting a bird’s-eye perspective onto things. In the company of a local guide, enjoy a swift cable car ride to the hill Srđ, towering directly above Dubrovnik. From the top, get an understanding of the intricate position of this remarkable town, but also unforgettable glimpses of its terracotta roofs and neatly arranged Old Town streets. Then, explore them on foot, learning of the local cultural treasures and historic pathways. As you delve into the harmony, simplicity and beauty of this remarkable town, you’ll definitely get a sense of your journey beginning with a grand opening! Return to your hotel early in the afternoon, and enjoy a dinner and overnight Dubrovnik area.

DAY 3 Tuesday DUBROVNIK area; Ancient Montenegro; B, D

In the morning, venture east. Past the serene valley of Konavle, cross the border with Montenegro. The scenery turns more dramatic, with snowcapped mountains looming over the turquoise Adriatic Sea. Driving around Boka bay, its beauty entices, with settlements inhabited as early as the Illyrian and Roman times charmingly dotting the shorelines. Discover the picturesque Perast with its quaint seafront and Our Lady of the Rocks church poised on a manmade island facing the town. Next, visit the UNESCO-listed gem of Kotor. Compare it to Dubrovnik, and find distinct Venetian heritage as the main difference. After your guide introduces you to a maze of curvy alleys and sun-kissed piazzas, wander around on your own before heading back. Upon return, dinner and overnight in Dubrovnik/Dubrovnik area.


En route to the leisurely Makarska, divert across another border into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Discover Mostar, the crossroads of the east and the west, where urban style, religion, culture and food all embrace the clash. As you explore its sights like the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques, your guide will bring the town’s contrasts and lessons in focus and then allow you to explore on your own, visit the old craft shops, and savor some traditional fare like čevapći or baklava (sweets). Arrive to Makarska later in the afternoon and enjoy a dinner and overnight stay at Makarska Riviera.

DAY 5 Thursday MAKARSKA RIVIERA; Split and Trogir; B, D

Today, contrast two Croatian UNESCO-listed sites in vicinity of the resort town of Makarska. Split, the largest coastal town, bustles and buzzes, as it grows more and more popular among travelers for its easy-going spirit, creative food and shopping scene and of course, remarkable heritage. Take note of the historic core of Split, the Diocletian’s Palace, and compare it to a maze of atmospheric streets and alleyways in your next stop, the petite Trogir. Rooted in the greatness of Greek and Roman times, Trogir showcases some of the finest architectural works in Croatia, including the incredibly intricate portal of its Cathedral, the Town Loggia and the Cipiko palace. After a day of culture and heritage, head back to Makarska/Makarska area for a dinner and overnight stay. 


A day of leisure brings your vacation close to its grand finale. Relax on the long pebbly beaches in Makarska or join an optional excursion to the Krka National Park and the town of Šibenik. Krka waterfalls are often referred to as ‘the little Plitvice Lakes’, as they somewhat resemble Croatia’s favorite national park. Close to where the river Krka kisses the Adriatic Sea, you’ll also find the town of Šibenik, somewhat of a late tourism bloomer – which gives it a special charm. With a seductive Renaissance core, a superbly attractive waterfront and an immense fort guarding the town, its success does not surprise, especially knowing that its centerpiece, the Renaissance Cathedral of St. James, is UNESCO-listed and considered one of the most beautiful examples of sacral architecture in Croatia. Return to Makarska Riviera for dinner and overnight.


Depart Makarska Riviera in the morning and head to Ploče for a lovely ferry boat ride to Trpanj on Pelješac peninsula. A short bus and a boat transfer later, and you’ll be in Korčula island and its beautiful Old Town, charming and entertaining at the same time. The fishbone pattern of its streets, superb stone work all over its facades, Korčula stuns around each corner. After a brisk walking tour, wander the former Venetian stronghold on your own, before returning to Orebić. A break from the scenic ride through Pelješac peninsula takes place in Ston, the town of salt and oysters. Return to your hotel late in the afternoon. Dinner in the hotel and overnight in Dubrovnik area.


Transfer on the day of the tour to Dubrovnik airport, Dubrovnik port &hotels in Dubrovnik.