9 DAYS / 8 NIGHTS

Dalmatian Honeymoon

TRIP PRICE FROM:

2.340 € PER PERSON

  • Starting price is based on two travellers in the off-season
  • Price includes 4* hotel accommodation w/ continental/buffet breakfast
  • Lists of inclusions are found below descriptions to each day
  • VAT is included in the price
  • There will be NO separate charges for staff supplements, fuel, road tolls and similar items
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ABOUT

This honeymoon trip was inspired by love towards our home that Dalmatia is. The tour is planned out to the last possible detail, but still respecting the time you wish to spend at your own pace in privacy.

It will take you around most romantic islands of Korcula and Hvar and introduce you with the local culture, way of life and delicious food and wine at special places. You will also stay in Split and Dubrovnik, a couple of Dalmatia’s most distinctive cities, and visit Krka Waterfalls National park. Private speedboat as a way of transportation between some of the destinations, along with local champagne, will definitely take your honeymoon to the next level!

Trip suitable for:
COUPLES, FAMILIES, FRIENDS

Trip Highlights:
HONEYMOON, FOOD & WINE, CULTURE, NATURE, ISLAND HOPPING, ROAD TRIP

Day 1 / Arrival in Dubrovnik

Welcome to Croatia! You will arrive at Dubrovnik Airport, meet your private driver and head off towards your accommodation.

Your first evening starts with a welcome dinner treat in serene Cavtat town, located about 20 minutes from Dubrovnik, where you will enjoy four courses of delicious traditional food fused with modern culinary techniques and paired with local wines and champagne.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.

  • Four course dinner paired with wine & champagne
  • Airport shuttle & return transfer to Cavtat

Day 2 / Meet Dubrovnik

After breakfast, meet your local guide and admire 1500 years of history that the Old Town of Dubrovnik has behind it. You will explore The Pearl of the Adriatic, wrapped up by tall medieval walls and forts, intertwined with narrow marble streets. See some of the Croatia’s most famous landmarks such as Stradun street, magnificent city gates and historical old port.

Spend the rest of the day at your leisure; maybe by moving to a quieter part of the city where you can find a good seafront restaurant or spend some time lounging at the beach.

Before the sunset, you will get back to the old town and take a cable car towards the top of Mount Srđ. Apart from admiring a beautiful panoramic scene of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic sea, you will enjoy an amazing meat or seafood dinner there.
Free evening. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

  • Private transportation for the day
  • Private walking guide in Dubrovnik (~two hours)
  • Return cable car tickets to Mount Srđ
  • Three course dinner + drinks on top of the hill

Day 3 / Over Peljesac to Korcula

Bid farewell with Dubrovnik in the morning and head off towards romantic island of Korcula, while making a couple of stops on Peljesac peninsula, one of the best-known areas for wine producing in entire Croatia and is home to some of Croatia’s most renowned and awarded winemakers.

Your first stop is at picturesque medieval village of Ston – located within the longest defensive walls in Europe. The town has been of enormous value for Dubrovnik republic for its natural salt production fields, and is also known for its delicious oyster farms. Here you will head off to a private island & oyster farm to taste fresh oysters & local wine.

Later, you will move towards inland of Korcula and visit one of the most amazing wineries here for a winery tour and three course lunch meal paired with delicious wines.
Short private speedboat transfer from Peljesac to Korcula followed by a free evening. Overnight in Korcula.

  • Private speedboat transfer
  • Private transportation for the day
  • Oyster tasting at a private farm off shore of Ston
  • Three course lunch at a winery on Peljesac + paired wines & winery tour

Day 4 / Korcula

Korcula town is a place that locals like to call ‘Little Dubrovnik’, because the old town reminisces of one in Dubrovnik for being enveloped by defensive walls, filled with narrow cobbled alleys, churches, loggias and restaurants. Only a few minutes away from the town core you can stumble upon a serene beach to sunbathe and go for a swim in crystal clear Adriatic sea.

In today’s afternoon you will sample some of the Korcula’s tastiest highlights and get a genuine insight into island life. Your first stop is at one of the region’s top honey producers where you will learn how honey gets from beehives to jars and taste it while fresh. After the honey tasting you will move to Lumbarda village to visit one of the Korcula’s finest winemakers to taste their acclaimed wines, paired with tasty Dalmatian snacks.

Following the wine tasting, you will move to a family farm restaurant in a village inland of Korcula, where you will indulge yourselves in traditional Dalmatian ‘peka’ dinner accompanied by domestic wine.
Overnight in Korcula.

  • Private transportation (half-day)
  • Honey tasting
  • Winery tour & wine tasting with local appetizers
  • Authentic Dalmatian dinner in a village inland of Korcula

Day 5 / From Korcula to Hvar

Pack yourselves up in the morning, put your swimsuits on and meet your boat skipper in the port of Korcula. You will take a private speedboat transfer from Korcula to Hvar, while making a short detour around a group of smaller remote islands just south of Hvar town, locally called Hell’s Islands (Paklinski Otoci). These emerald jewels offer a perfect getaway from the crowds for the crystal-clear turquoise waters, intimate beaches and coves and amazing lounging & dining options.
After reaching your accommodation in the afternoon, you have free evening to spend at your own pace. Overnight in Hvar.

  • Private speedboat trip (~6-8 hours) w/ drinks on board
  • Port shuttles

Day 6 / Hvar

Hvar, or as the locals call it – The Queen of the Dalmatian Islands is an island bathed by sun the most in entire Croatia, surrounded by clearest waters of the Adriatic sea. The old town of Hvar boasts with traditional stone houses, cultural landmarks and narrow streets and alleys. You can consider our suggestions for a good restaurant, find an intimate spot for a swim or sip a few cocktails by the sea – the choices are many in this exciting town!

Somewhere around midday, get changed and take on a private tour of entire Hvar island and see the highlights of this amazing island: Spanjola fortress overlooking Hvar port, stunning lavender fields and UNESCO-protected plains, the first settlement on entire island called Stari Grad (Old Town) and the fisherman village of Vrboska, or as the locals call it – Little Venice.

You will finish this amazing afternoon off with a sunset dinner at a family-run farm and taste authentic and organic Dalmatian recipes of fish and meat dishes accompanied by a few different local wines.
Overnight in Hvar.

  • Private tour of Hvar island (~2-3 hours)
  • Entrance tickets to Hvar fort, Tvrdalj house & Vrboska museum
  • Three course dinner at a family farm + four types of wine
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Day 7 / Back to mainland – Split

Day seven starts with a morning ferry towards mainland and city of Split. Until afternoon, you have free time to spend at your own pace; explore the old town, pick a restaurant based on our recommendations or move to the beach to relax and sip a few cocktails.

In the afternoon, you will take on a private walking tour of the old town of Split. You’ll explore the very core of Split with a knowledgeable local guide, learn about its 1700-years-long history and admire the UNSECO-protected architectural sites both inside and outside of Diocletian’s Palace, such as the main promenade, the Republic square or the most distinguishing site that is Saint Domnius Cathedral with its bell tower.

Tonight’s dinner takes place at a special location on top of the hill, in a traditional family run tavern with panoramic views over Split, nearby islands and the Adriatic.
Overnight in Split.

  • Ferry tickets
  • Private transportation for the day
  • Private walking guide in Split (~two hours)
  • Four course authentic ‘peka’ dinner + drinks

Day 8 / Waterfalls & more

After breakfast you will head off towards the tranquil town of Skradin, located near the mouth of Krka river in Šibenik-Knin county. After a short boat ride through intoxicating green Krka river canyon, you will reach magical Krka Waterfalls National Park and one of the most distinctive waterfalls – Skradinski buk where you will navigate around the park and enjoy beautiful nature’s work and cultural heritage.

Later you will move on towards Plastovo village nearby where you will indulge yourselves in lunch at one of the most renowned wineries in Croatia, accompanied by their delicious wines.

You will finish this day tour by visiting charming coastal city of Šibenik, the oldest native Croatian city that boasts with numerous historical and sacral buildings and forts, such as St. Michael’s Fortress, Fort Barone and St. Jacobs Cathedral.
Return to Split after a glass of champagne in Šibenik followed with a free evening. Overnight in Split.

  • Private transportation for the day
  • Krka Waterfalls entrance fee
  • Three course lunch at a winery paired with local wines
  • Glass of local champagne in Šibenik

Day 9 / Departure from Split

Meet your driver on time and head off towards Split airport for departure. Have a safe flight back home!

  • Airport shuttle & luggage hold (if necessary)

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