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Explore the Old Town of Dubrovnik and learn about the city's fascinating past
Soak up the sun on the sandy beaches of Korcula before taking a boat to the beautiful neighboring island of Hvar
Spend an afternoon sampling the freshest oysters in the tranquil Peljesac peninsula
Explore the bustling streets of Split within the fourth century walls of Diocletian's palace
The warmest months of the year are July and August, when the daytime high temperatures will hover around the low 30°C's. The coldest months of the year on average are January and February, during which time the daytime highs will be around 12°C. The rainiest months of the year are generally November and December, with the summer months being fairly dry.
Explore the best of Croatia by combining the rich history and impressive architecture of Dubrovnik and Split with the crystal-clear waters, relaxed atmosphere and incredible cuisine of two of the region's most beautiful islands, Hvar and Korcula.
Dubrovnik is the jewel in the crown of the Dalmatian coast and a fitting place to start your journey through this stunning region. The magnificent city walls surround marble streets and baroque buildings that exude an almost ethereal light in the Adriatic sun. Churches, monasteries and museums ornamented with finely carved stone recall an eventful history and a vibrant artistic tradition.
There is plenty to keep you entertained in this fascinating city and your private guide will help bring Dubrovnik to life with an afternoon or evening tour. If you do want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, the stunning Elaphiti islands are just a short boat trip away, or the spectacular Mljet National Park is the perfect place to discover Croatia’s natural beauty.
After your stay in Dubrovnik head north via the beautiful Peljesac peninsula, where you’ll have the chance to taste the freshest oysters at a local oyster farm. After sampling these delicious delicacies, continue on to Korcula, where you’ll spend two nights exploring the island.
The ancient walls of Korcula’s Old Town are still standing here and although the moat that surrounds them is now dry, visitors must still pass over the drawbridge in order to enter. The town itself dates back over a thousand years and features relics from the Illyric and Greek settlements, the Roman Empire and the Venetian Republic. The explorer Marco Polo famously lived here, and it is claimed that his journey along the Silk Road originated on the island. Just beyond the impressive masonry and architecture of the Old Town lie several sandy beaches, while the nearby village of Lumbarda offers some of the best beaches in the area.
From Korcula, take the ferry north to the island of Hvar to spend your next few days relaxing and soaking up the local culture. The pretty central harbor is incredibly popular during the summer months, and with good reason, however it is the little-explored interior of the island that is arguably the most beautiful, with lavender fields, peaceful villages, rolling vineyards and pine-covered hills.
Explore the hidden corners of beautiful Hvar by car, foot or bicycle, or make your way across the island to Croatia’s oldest town, Stari Grad. Hvar is becoming particularly well-known for its wines and a tour of the local vineyards is highly recommended, while foodies will love the opportunity to enjoy a traditional lunch cooked over an open fire in a hidden village, high in the hills overlooking the azure sea.
From Hvar, head back to the mainland and the ancient town of Split for the final days of your trip. Stay within the walls of Diocletian's Palace, in the heart of Split's old town, and spend time exploring the winding alleys and cobbled streets of the city with your private guide.
Famous for its varied history and Roman architecture, Split is the perfect place to soak up a sense of Croatia's past and its vibrant culture. In the evenings, wander down to the Riva waterfront and join the locals for a drink in this lively stretch of bars and restaurants, and take in the wonderful sea views.
Explore the cobbled streets of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, lined with traditional churches and views of the Adriatic Sea. Learn the stories behind this quintessential walled city with your expert guide.
Explore the historic old town of Split with your private guide. The original walls of Diocletian’s Palace are still visible today and the buildings inside are home to a fascinating mix of architecture including Roman, Gothic and Renaissance styles.
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