Experience Dubrovnik, Split, Mostar... / 8 days timeless Mediterranean beauty!
The sunny region of Dalmatia stretches from the vibrant metropolis of Zadar in the north to just behind amazing Dubrovnik to the south. The beautiful city is also called the ”Pearl of the Adriatic Sea”. The varied beautiful landscape offers everything from high mountains to the many islands and steep coasts. The cities’ Mediterranean charm with many historic buildings takes you back to a long gone time. It does not matter in what part of Dalmatia you are vacationing - the ”Adriatic Sea Heart” will enchant you.
Dubrovnik: Paradise on Earth - Murar is built to protect taxes, especially in Dubrovnik, where one of the most beautiful cities in the world is surrounded by a 1940 meter long stone wall. Dubrovnik is the UNESCO World Heritage Site with world-renowned buildings and a unique history in terms of politics and culture. The city is one of the most attractive and famous cities in the Mediterranean with natural beauty and well-preserved heritage.
Split: The Jewel of a Kingdom - Long ago, more specifically in 305 AD was the world’s most powerful man, Emperor Diocletian had to decide where He wanted to spend the rest of his life. Of all places in the world, he decided to build a house in the heart of Dalmatia. Thus he laid the foundation for the development of the future city of Split. Follow in his footsteps and experience Diocletian’s palace and the region with the many islands and the enchanting beautiful scenery.
Day 1: Arrival
Arrival in Dubrovnik or Split, (1 night in hotel).
Day 2: DUBROVNIK - SPLIT
Road towards Split. On the peninsula Pelješac, you can enjoy an optional
excursion to the village of Ston. This guided tour will make you discover the
Great Wall, the longest fortification in Europe. Built in the 14th century, it
served to protect the hinterland from invasions and precious salt marshes
looting. The area is also known for its Dinga? wine that you can enjoy. Hotel
in the Split area (3 nights).
Day 3: Free time at the hotel or optional excursion to SPLIT
Today you can take part in a guided tour of the old town of Split, the capital of
the ancient Roman province of Dalmatia and the iconic Palace of the Emperor
Diocletian. Built in the 3rd century, it is one of the best preserved buildings in the
world of Roman architecture. You will also visit the Cathedral of St. Domnius and
the Temple of Jupiter before enjoying free time in the city before your return to
Day 4: Free time at the hotel or optional excursion to KRKA NATIONAL PARK
The day will begin with a visit to the coastal town of Šibenik with its magnificent
St. Jacques Cathedral listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. By bus, it is
possible to reach the Krka National Park to discover the spectacular Skradinski
waterfalls. The day will end with free time in the charming fishing village
Day 5: SPLIT- MOSTAR
Today you will make an incursion into Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In Mostar, you can participate in an optional guided tour of the city. You
will be seduced by the famous Old Bridge, the Stari Most, built between
1556-1566 by the Ottoman architect Hadjudin. Your guide will tell you the
tumultuous history of this city, multiethnic and multicultural, crossroads of
civilizations. You will visit the Turkish House. You will have free time to visit
the old bazaar and the mosques.
At the end of the day, a stop will be made in Medjugorje, one of the high
places of Catholic pilgrimage in the world since the appearance of the Blessed
Virgin in the 1980s.
Hotel in the region of Mostar or Medjugorje (1 night).
Day 6: MOSTAR - DUBROVNIK
After breakfast, you will take the road towards Dubrovnik. During the journey
you will make a stop at a Bosnian carpet shop. You will discover this traditional art
deeply rooted in the culture of the country. The diversity of styles, the richness
of colors, the authenticity of the materials contributed to the promotion of this
craft. Hotel in Dubrovnik area (2 nights).
Day 7: DUBROVNIK
Finally, you will visit the beautiful old town of Dubrovnik nestled behind its high
walls. It contains monuments of various inspiration (Gothic, Renaissance and
Baroque) as the Franciscan Monastery which houses the oldest pharmacy in
Europe, the Rector‘s Palace... This day will be the occasion of a pleasant stroll
in the streets of this city marked by centuries of history and which preserves
to this day its status of cultural city. The day will end with a shopping stop in a
leather and jewelry store to eventually enjoy the benefit of tax-free shopping.
Day 8: Departure