The Dalmatian Coast of Croatian is full small and big hideaways, secret bays, beautiful beaches and coves intercepted by picturesque and quaint small villages, hipster cities and romantic getaways. This part of Croatia is almost picture perfect and you will still be able to stumble upon your perfect little personal gem. The only drawback is that Croatia at large have been discovered so hurry up before it is too late and the destination is drowned by its own popularity.
Day 1: Dubrovnik - arrival
Arrival in Dubrovnik. Transfer from airport Dubrovnik to hotel in Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik also know as the “pearl of the Adriatic" and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1979. Today Dubrovnik is the proudest feather in Croatia’s tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns in the Mediterranean. The old city is encompassed by medieval walls, which have been preserved in their original form and opened for visitors as Dubrovnik’s major attraction. The whole city is an alive monument and rich treasury of history. Rest of the day free for individual visits.
Day 2: Dubrovnik - Korcula (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the Dubrovnik port. Embarkation to the catamaran/ferry for Korcula. The old town Korcula is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone. The architecture in the old town is mainly influenced by Venetian renaissance. The old town center is dominated by the splendid St. Mark's Cathedral built in the gothic-renaissance style, completed in 15th century at the place of other church from 13th century. There is a local legged that Marko Polo was born in Korcula town and Marko Polo’s house of birth is worth visiting. The house is under the protection of the Korcula town hall and it will soon be turned into a museum of Marko Polo. Overnight in Korcula.
Day 3: Korcula (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and free day for individual visits. Overnight in Korcula.
Day 4: Korcula - Hvar (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and departure with the catamaran/ferry from Korcula to Hvar. The town of Hvar, on the honey moon island, is the oldest tourist center of Dalmatia, rich in historical monuments and interesting for the visitor. a visit to the 16th-century theater, the 13th-century Arsenal, or the central town square with the Cathedral, surrounded by numerous palaces built in different architectural styles, all of it only completing the picture. The Franciscan Monastery in the town is known for its collection of works of old masters, including the “last supper” by Ingoli. Overnight in Hvar.
Day 5: Hvar (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and free day for individual visits. Overnight in Hvar.
Day 6: Hvar - Bol (B)
Breakfast at hotel and transfer from Hvar to Jelsa to take a catamaran from Jelsa to Bol on Brac island. Bol is town on the south coast of the island of Brac, popular Croatian holiday destination. The biggest attraction in Bol is beach Zlatni rat (golden cape), pebble beach that stretches itself 500 meters into the sea and changes direction of its top influenced with strong sea currents. In Bol and surrounding area, you will find many other beaches, as well as private coves. Island of Brac is characterized by very favorable climate, mild, mostly moist winters and dry, hot and sunny summers. Local and seasonal winds also help maintain favorable climate. Local wind from the west makes life easier in hot summer days, and makes Bol a paradise for surfers. Overnight in Bol.
Day 7: Bol (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and free day for individual visits. Overnight in Bol.
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