Dubrovnik & South Dalmatia
Hoildays in the Pearl of the Adriatic
- 8 days / 7 nights vacation in Dalmatia.
- Renting car included to move at your own pace.
- Enjoy Dubrovnik, and the islands and beaches of Dalmatia.
- Discover Mostar and Medjugorje, on the neighbouring Bosnia-Herzegovina.
- Make a fast trip to Montenegro and you will have big stories to tell.
- 7 nights in the chosen accommodation
- Return flights (tax included)
- 7 days car rental
- Discover Plitvice Lakes National Park, World Heritage site and Croatia's most popular park.
- Discover Croatia's best beaches and its clear and electric blue waters. The Adriatic Sea is beautiful.
- Slow food :promoting local, fresh and seasonal ingredients and enjoy eating.
The city of Dubrovnik is the centre of the south region of Dalmatia and it is its most well known city; it is the front page image from several famous magazines and it is on the top of most beautiful cities rankings. This fortified city, named World Heritage by the UNESCO, is known as “the pearl of the Adriatic”. Essentially, Dalmatia is a Mediterranean region with a warn weather which allows spending your vacations on its beaches and coves, so you can combine resting in the beach and cultural visits to Dalmatia’s most interesting places. Dubrovnik: Monument-city or museum-city named World Heritage by the UNESCO. There you can find 1940 meters of a long serial of fortified walls and bastions, the Stradun, the Orlando Column, the gothic-renaissance styled palaces of Stronza and the Earl Palace, and some famous churches and monasteries. Ston: Close to Dubrovnik there is the Pelješac peninsula, with 5, 5 km of fortified walls and the little stone city of Ston. Korkula: Emerging from an old Greek colony ruins, the isle of Korkula, which streets were built following the backbone of the fish model, is a true urban pearl. In addition to the medieval tournaments and the traditional sable dances called “Moreški”, Korkula is most known as the birthplace of the famous Marco Polo. Mljet: On the south extreme of Dalmatia there is the Mljet Island, with its Benedictine abbey built in the isle inside the lake Veliki. It has one of the most beautiful National Parks of the country. Mostar: Historic city of Bosnia-Herzegovina, where Orient and occident meet through its magnificent and photogenic bridge. On the road to Mostar you can visit the marian monastery of Medjugorje, one of the most visited monasteries of the world. Montenegro: Very close to the border there are Kotor and Tivat and the only fjord of the Mediterranean Sea. And Cetinje, the old capital of the country, is placed on the Lovcen National Park.
First Day: Flight to Dubrovnik.
Check-in at your home airport 90 minutes before the designated departure time of your flight to Dubrovnik. Pick up the rental car at the airport and head towards your booked accommodation in the south of Dalmatia. Check-in and first night in Croatia.
Intermediate Days: Vacations on Dalmatia.
You have 6 full days to enjoy Dalmatia. If you travel on summer, visiting some of the beaches will be a priority on your vacations. But Dalmatia is much more than sun and beaches. Enjoy the islands, all the little towns and cities, and most of all Dubrovnik, one of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean. Dalmatia is also the crossroad from which one can discover the some secrets that the neighbouring countries hide: Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina. You will spend 7 nights in Dalmatia.
Last Day: Return home.
You must return the rental car at the airport in Dubrovnik about 120 minutes before the scheduled departure time of your flight back home. Flight back to your home airport. Arrival and end of the trip.
Our prices include return flight tickets and all the supplement taxes such as airpot taxes, fuel surcharge and credit card processing fees.
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