Relax in the Adriatic paradise

Island Of Korcula Island Of Korcula

Day 1 (Split – Hvar)
As you arrive to Split, you will be taken to your boat, which will be your home for the next few days. The first day of your tour will be to the amazing island of Hvar, one of the top 10 beautiful islands in the world. You will have lunch there, after which 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 theaters, The Franciscan monastery, Cathedral, etc.

Day 2 (Hvar – Korčula)
The second day, we will leave Hvar, and head to the Island of Korčula, which is one of the alleged place where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born, and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic Sea. As you arrive in Korčula, you will see The Old Town which is a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defense by Venetians, and many gates and towers around it. The Island offers lots of attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, and many other baroque and gothic churches, to its countryside filled with oak and pine trees. After sightseeing in Korčula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break, after which we can continue to Lumbarda, a small village filled with sandy beaches, where one can relax and swim in the crystal-clear sea.

Day 3 (Korčula – Dubrovnik)
The last day is reserved for the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic. You will walk around the city, walk on the city walls, see the pharmacy that is one of the oldest in Europe, Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, the Church of St. Blaise, and many more. Your guide will walk you through the city and tell you of its magnificent history, as you enjoy its mesmerizing architecture as if it is a work of art. After sightseeing in Dubrovnik, you will have a lunch break in one of the local restaurants, where you can taste some of Dubrovnik’s delicacies.

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