Highlights of Dalmatia

Duration: 14 Hours (approx.)

Highlights of Dalmatia

General Information About Excursion

Highlights of Dalmatia


Arrival at the Dubrovnik Airport and transfer to your hotel in Dubrovnik.

A car will be delivered to your hotel.

Dubrovnik is a remarkably well-preserved example of a late-medieval walled city, with a regular street layout. This UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site from 1979 will delight you with its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains.  Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Enjoy the day exploring this beautiful town. Walk down the main street of the Old Town – Stradun to the statue of Orlando; the keeper of the flag of Liberty. Strolling along the narrow streets of the Old Town Dubrovnik, you will come across numerous sights such as the Rector's Palace, Franciscan Monastery with one of the oldest pharmacy in Europe, the St. Blasius church, the patron of the town, the Cathedral … all within the stone walls.

Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Makarska. Makarska is a tourist centre, located between the Biokovo Mountain and the Adriatic Sea. Due to its location it was a trading port, a safe harbor during stormy wheather  to sailors, pirates and merchants, and nowadays it does the same for yachts, sailing boats and tourist ships. Strolling the narrow stone streets, visit the church of St. Marco on the Kacic square, the open green market, the Franciscan monastery that houses a sea shell collection, the city museum on the waterfront, as well as the church of St. Filip, the renovated church of St. Petar, located in the St. Petar park. Overnight in Makarska.

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out and drive to Trogir. The town of Trogir is considered the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic town, built on a small island connected with the mainland with a bridge. Enjoy exploring this UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, its cultural and historical monuments, narrow streets and art collections full of masterpieces.

Visit the St. Lawrence cathedral with Radovan's portal, the Town Hall, the Town Museum, the Cipiko Palace, the Kamerlengo Fortress. Have a drink on the riva, the famous promenade of the locals and its visitors.Drive to Split. Overnight in Split.

Breakfast at the hotel. Split is the second largest city of Croatia, built around the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Enjoy the walk through the narrow passages and small streets of this vibrant city, feel the spirit of the Mediterranean. Visit the Peristil, Jupiter’s Temple, the Cathedral with the bell tower of St. Duje, Prokurative, the green market, the fish market and walk down to the famous Split waterfront called Riva to feel the atmosphere of this beautiful city.

Overnight in Split

Enjoy the day exploring this beautiful city. Visit the Split Archaeological Museum, the oldest museum institution in Croatia or the Meštrović gallery on the Marjan peninsula, that use to be house of this well-known talented modern sculptor, or walk up to Marjan hill, the ‘’lung’’ of the city, covered in a dense Mediterranean pine forest and enjoy the panorama view to the entire city and surrounding islands. Overnight in Split.

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out and drive to Šibenik. Visit the cathedral of St. Jacob, the one of the most significant buildings and the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Enjoy the walk through the old town, a typical Mediterranean medieval city, with a warren of pedestrianized alleyways and piazzas overlooked by green-shuttered stone houses. Visit the Duke’s palace, the home of archeological, ethnographic and cultural-historical museum, the Town hall, one of the most beautiful town halls in Croatia, the St. Nicholas Fortress located at the sea, at the entrance of Šibenik’s port. Overnight in Šibenik.

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out and drive to Plitvice Lakes. National Park Plitvice Lakes are the first and the largest national park in Croatia, founded in 1949 and on the list of UNESCO's world heritage since 1979. The lakes, 16 of them connected by a number of cascading waterfalls, are renowned for their distinctive colors ranging from azure to green, grey or blue, depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight. Overnight in Plitvice Lakes.

Enjoy exploring this natural phenomenon. High forests, which in some places seem almost primeval, contain a wealth and variety of animal and plant life. There are deer, bears, wolves, wild boar, wild cats, small game and many kinds of birds. About eight kilometers of pathways and wooden walking trails around the lakes gives you the possibility to see all of the 16 lakes and waterfalls. Overnight in Plitvice Lakes.

Breakfast at the hotel. Check out and drive to Zadar, a historical center of Dalmatia. Zadar is 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. Zadar is a city of youth with Zadar University dating from 14th century, one of the earliest in Europe. Overnight in Zadar.


Enjoy the walk along the cobblestone streets of the city, a walk through history, through a town with a mix of ancient and modern architecture. Walk to the Forum, a square in the middle of the town, visit the symbol of the city the pre-Romanesque church of St. Donat, the Cathedral of St Anastasia, take a walk to the installation by the see, The Greeting to the Sun and listen the singing Sea organs. Overnight in Zadar.

Breakfast and check out from the hotel. Drive down to Dubrovnik where you will spend two nights. 

Enjoy the day exploring this ‘’Pearl of the Adriatic’’ or take an opportunity for a day excursion to the nearby islands or other interesting towns in Dubrovnik region or neighboring countries. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Check out from the hotel. Our representative will come to your hotel to pick up the car.

You will have organized private transfer from your hotel in Dubrovnik to Dubrovnik airport


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