Day 1 (Dubrovnik – arrival)
As you will arrive at the Dubrovnik airport, your personal driver will wait for you and greet you at the airport, and take you to your hotel. After you settle in, you have free time either relax, or explore and walk through the city on your own.
Day 2 (Srđ & Konavle)
When you finish your breakfast, you will start your day trip at top of the hill Srđ, where you will see the military Imperial Fort, built in the 19th century, during the Napoleonic Wars. Now, the Fort is the Museum of the Croatian War for Independence, where you can see testimonies and leftovers from the civil war. On the other side, you will go to a viewing point, from where you will have the most incredible panoramic view of the Old Town, whole of Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas. After Srđ you will continue your trip to Konavle, the area that is mostly known for its production of silk, but also for its beautiful countryside. Production of silk has definitely become part of tradition in Konavle. To complete this tour properly, you will be taken to a tavern where you will try the finest traditional dish for this area, called “peka”, which will surely be the best way to end this experience!
Day 3 (Mostar & Split)
After a drive of about three hours from Dubrovnik, you will arrive at the glorious town of Mostar. The city has an amazingly rich history holding so many religions and cultures together, which you will experience through the many sights there. The city is also known for its two sides, which are separated by the Neretva River and connected by the famous Mostar Bridge. Besides the bridge, which is the town’s main landmark, there are more fascinating sights, such as the Mosque of Mostar, Kajtaz House, Crooked Bridge, Hammam Museum and many other places that are worth your attention. After sightseeing, there will be a lunch break in a local restaurant, where you will try Bosnian delicacies, after which you have some free time to experience Mostar by walking around the city, through its stone streets and breathe in the history by yourself. After your free time, we will continue to Split, where after settling in the hotel, you will be free to experience the city on your own, as it offers many things to do in the evening.
Day 4 (Split - Brač - by boat)
Your boat tour starts after breakfast in the hotel, with island of Brač, which is the biggest island in Dalmatia and one of the 3 biggest in the whole of Croatia. It holds many undiscovered beaches and coves, of which the most known is Zlatni Rat in a place called Bol. The beach made it onto the list of 10 most beautiful beaches in the world, which is not a surprise after you see the magnificence that it holds. Brač offers a few small places that are worth seeing, such as Vidova Gora, which is the highest point of the island, the village Bol and many other hidden bays where you can swim and relax. After exploring the island, you will head to a small place called Milna, where you will have lunch, after which you will proceed to Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world, where you will have a lunch break, and from there you will explore the island. Hvar is mostly known for its great night life, but it offers much more than that. When you wander around the island, you will see many attractions, such as Fortica fortress, with its rich history, Arsenal, one of the first European public theatres, the Franciscan monastery, Cathedral, etc. After discovering the island and its history, you will be taken to your accommodation, for you to settle in and rest for the next day.
Day 5 (Hvar - Korčula - by boat)
After having your breakfast, you will continue your boat trip to the island of Korcula. The Island is one of the alleged place where famous explorer Marco Polo was born and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Its location is easily accessible when coming from Dubrovnik, with a ride that takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes by road and sea. The Old Town in Korcula looks like a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defence by Venetians and many gates and towers around it. The island offers an abundance of attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, and other baroque and gothic churches, to its land filled with oak and pine trees. After the sightseeing tour of Korcula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break, after which we can continue to Lumbarda, a small village that is filled with small sandy beaches, where one can relax and swim in the crystal clear sea. As you will be taken to your accommodation, you are free to enjoy the beautiful evening that the island life offers.
Day 6 (Korčula - Mljet & Dubrovnik by boat)
The last day of this trip will be on the island of Mljet, which is one of the most beautiful and green islands in the Adriatic Sea, one of the pearls in the Mediterranean Sea. A lovely boat ride to the island will take about two and a half hours after which you will get to Pomena, from where you start your journey around the island. You will enjoy this island of mystique, unspoilt nature, vineyards, olive trees and rich history that goes back to 4th century B.C. You will discover the beautiful National Park, which covers most of the island, two famous salt lakes, Big and Small Lake, Benedictine Monastery, church of St. Mary, and many fortresses, preserved graves and ruins from ancient times. The Roman Palace that is on the island is the third largest one in Croatia, just behind the Arena in Pula and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Mljet offers many other activities as well, such as hiking, biking, diving or kayaking. These activities can be tried out after lunch on the island as you will have some free time in order to experience Mljet even better. Later on you continue your pleasant boat ride along the Croatian coast to Dubrovnik.
Day 7 (Dubrovnik – departure)
Depending on the time of departure flight, you will have some free time for exploring the city of Dubrovnik, to walk around the old city, have coffee at the main square, or enjoy the amazing view of beautiful architecture inside of the city. You will be taken to the airport, depending on time of your flight, in order to be there 2 hours before your international flight, as you will have enough time to do the check-in, ad to find your gate for departure, as the airport is quite small, and easy to manage.