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Walking: Dalmatian islands

Starting place: Split
End point: Dubrovnik
From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.10.2022.
* 0 days in this period
Persons: 25 (max.)
Beauties of the Dalmatian Coast and Islands

Accommodations, 7 nights: Half Board
Walking, 6 days: Dubrovnik islands and peninsulas
Local gastronomy: wines and local products

On request:
Private tour with guide: 1050 €
Local cuisine and tastings: 120 €
 

CITIES&TOWNS

we will visit these cities Day 1. Arrival: Split

On request:
- Transfer: Airport - Hotel
- Lunch

Split town
Built around the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Walking through the ancient town, you can experience the history, discovering examples of ancient architecture such as the Peristil, the medieval Romanesque church and the Gothic palace, Renaissance portals of aristocratic houses, Baroque facades, all to the modern architecture incorporated into the rich heritage.

Hotel and dinner: Split
Split
Croatia
Central Dalmatia
Day 2. Split - Jelsa

Walking: Split town
We will visit the Diocletian's Palace, the old town of Split, the promenade near the sea. We will walk through the Diocletian's Palace from the 4th century to the ancient Cellars, Peristyle, Roman temples, the Cathedral and the Baptistery, and then to the famous Golden Gate. After sightseeing, we will climb to the Marjan Park located on the hill above the city.
Free time for lunch

Boat transfer: Split - Jelsa

Hotel and dinner: Jelsa
Jelsa
Croatia
Central Dalmatia
-> Island Hvar
Day 8. End of Tour

Dubrovnik town
An authentic open-air museum, a medieval state, surrounded by medieval walls and palaces, today is the pearl of European cultural heritage with famous culture and history. Through the Pile Gate, we enter the town to the Onofrio Fountain. At the other side of the famous Stradun pedestrian street, there is the Ploče gate and the Rector's Palace. Also nearby is the Clock Tower and Sponza Palace, built in the Gothic-Renaissance style.

On request:
- Transfer: from Ston
- Lunch
- Accommodation: Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
Croatia
South Dalmatia

EXCURSIONS

and participate in the following activities
Day 3. Hvar island

Walking: Up to the peak of Hvar island
Our walking tour begins in Svirče, a small village. We begin to walk towards the highest peak and from the peak we descend towards Sv. Nedjelja, on the south coast of the island . Sv. Nedjelja is a small village famous for the best red wine whose grapes mature on the steep southern slopes under the highest peak of the island. This hiking path has views of vineyards and steep rocks of this side of Hvar Island.
Picnic

Hotel and dinner: Jelsa
Active
Walking: St. Nicolas peak, Hvar island
Day 4. Hvar island: Grablje - Hvar town

Walking: Hvar island
We start our walking from Velo Grablje, going towards the south coast. Before arriving to the village of Milna by the sea, we will pass by Malo Grablje an interesting abandoned village where we can observe the typical architecture of Dalmatian coast and islands with uniquely made stone houses. After our tour from Velo Grablje to Hvar, we will arrive to Hvar, at the touristic centre of the island.
Picnic

Boat transfer: Hvar - Korčula - Orebić

Accommodation and dinner: Orebić
Active
Walking: Hvar island, hill of Grablje
Day 5. Peljesac and Korcula

Walking: Orebić
We start our tour with an up-hill walk from Kučište towards the monastery at 150 meters of altitude. The hiking path offers beautiful views of the canal between Pelješac peninsula and the island of Korčula. The town of Korčula is part of a number of small enticing islands, containing vineyards and olive groves of the peninsula. After a visit to the Monastery and the church of Our Lady of Angels, we continue walking towards the church Our Lady of Carmen.
Picnic

Ferry: Orebić - Korčula

Korčula town
The town of Korcula is located on the eastern part of the island of Korcula, with view on the peninsula of Peljesac. In the middle age, old town was completely surrounded by a high defensive wall with towers. St. Mark's Cathedral, located in the central square, is one of the most important monuments in Korcula.

Accommodation and dinner: Orebić
Active
Walking: Our Lady of Angels, Pelješac peninsula
Day 6. Walking and gastronomy of Ston

Transfer: Orebić - Ston

Mali Ston Bay
Visit to the oysters production, which due to the hundred years of tradition and excellent circulation of seawater, have a unique taste.
Lunch: local cuisine and sea food

Hiking to the medieval wall
From Ston to Mali Ston was built the longest medieval wall in Europe which was protecting the salt production in Ston.

Walking from Mali Ston
Walking through the walls, we come to the town of Stone and its famous old salt production, which still works.

Transfer: Ston - Dubrovnik

Hotel and dinner: Ston
Gastro
Visit: Oysters and shellfish production in Mali Ston Bay
Day 7. Napoleon road

The route we take of the Napoleon Road on Pelješac extends from Ston and passes trough village Gornje Selo and Ponikve. It was constructed by the French army with participation of the local inhabitants and continued so under Austrian rule. The Napoleon Road on Pelješac passes in direct proximity to known localities, all possessing exceptional historical significance dating from the pre-historic period to the 19th century.
Visit to the winery

Hotel and dinner: Ston
Active
Walking: Napoleon road, Ston on Pelješac peninsula
Day 1
 
 
 
Day 1
 
Split (Croatia)
Central Dalmatia
01.03.
 
Hotel Marul (****)
Split
01.03.
 
Jelsa (Croatia)
Central Dalmatia
02.03.
 
Adriatiq Hotel Hvar (***)
Jelsa
02.03.-04.03.
 
Walking: St. Nicolas peak, Hvar island
(Active)

03.03.
 
Walking: Hvar island, hill of Grablje
(Active)

04.03.
 
Villa Vrgorac (***)
Orebić
04.03.-06.03.
 
Walking: Our Lady of Angels, Pelješac peninsula
(Active)

05.03.
 
Visit: Oysters and shellfish production in Mali Ston Bay
(Gastro)

06.03.
 
Hotel Ostrea (***)
Ston
06.03.-08.03.
 
Walking: Napoleon road, Ston on Pelješac peninsula
(Active)

07.03.
 
Dubrovnik (Croatia)
South Dalmatia
08.03.

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Split
Split
Split
Hvar
Korcula
Mljet
Korčula
Korčula
Korčula
Dubrovnik
Ston
Ston
 
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Walking: Dalmatian islands
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Offer
Included in price
- Accommodations: 7 nights
- Service: half board
Single use: on request

Walking, 6 days: onlyCROATIA assistance
- Transfers
- Entrances
- Suggestions: cultural and natural sights, gastronomy

On request
- Specialized guide: 1050 €
- Transfer: Airport - Hotel
- International transfers: flights, bus

Local cuisine and tastings: 120 €
Gradovi
Split

Croatia, Central Dalmatia -> Split riviera
Day 1. Arrival: Split

On request:
- Transfer: Airport - Hotel
- Lunch

Split town
Built around the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Walking through the ancient town, you can experience the history, discovering examples of ancient architecture such as the Peristil, the medieval Romanesque church and the Gothic palace, Renaissance portals of aristocratic houses, Baroque facades, all to the modern architecture incorporated into the rich heritage.

Hotel and dinner: Split
Hoteli
Hotel Marul ( * * * *) , or similar
Split
Two-bed room S2
Hotel in Split
Service: Half Board

Depending on availability:
- Typical hotel
- Hotel***/*
Gradovi
Jelsa

Croatia, Central Dalmatia -> Central-Dalmatia islands
Day 2. Split - Jelsa

Walking: Split town
We will visit the Diocletian's Palace, the old town of Split, the promenade near the sea. We will walk through the Diocletian's Palace from the 4th century to the ancient Cellars, Peristyle, Roman temples, the Cathedral and the Baptistery, and then to the famous Golden Gate. After sightseeing, we will climb to the Marjan Park located on the hill above the city.
Free time for lunch

Boat transfer: Split - Jelsa

Hotel and dinner: Jelsa
Hoteli
Adriatiq Hotel Hvar ( * * *) , or similar
Jelsa
Two-bed room S2
Hotel in Jelsa
Service: Half Board

Depending on availability:
- Typical hotel
- Hotel***/*
Izleti
Walking: St. Nicolas peak, Hvar island
Hvar
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 9.66 km
Elevation: 597 m
Estimated Duration: 8.00 h
Day 3. Hvar island

Walking: Up to the peak of Hvar island
Our walking tour begins in Svirče, a small village. We begin to walk towards the highest peak and from the peak we descend towards Sv. Nedjelja, on the south coast of the island . Sv. Nedjelja is a small village famous for the best red wine whose grapes mature on the steep southern slopes under the highest peak of the island. This hiking path has views of vineyards and steep rocks of this side of Hvar Island.
Picnic

Hotel and dinner: Jelsa
Izleti
Walking: Hvar island, hill of Grablje
Hvar
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 10.66 km
Elevation: 287 m
Estimated Duration: 5.00 h
Day 4. Hvar island: Grablje - Hvar town

Walking: Hvar island
We start our walking from Velo Grablje, going towards the south coast. Before arriving to the village of Milna by the sea, we will pass by Malo Grablje an interesting abandoned village where we can observe the typical architecture of Dalmatian coast and islands with uniquely made stone houses. After our tour from Velo Grablje to Hvar, we will arrive to Hvar, at the touristic centre of the island.
Picnic

Boat transfer: Hvar - Korčula - Orebić

Accommodation and dinner: Orebić
Hoteli
Villa Vrgorac ( * * *) , or similar
Orebić
Apartment-studio AS2+2
Accommodation in Orebić
Half Board

Depending on availability:
- Private accommodation
- Typical hotel
- Hotel ***
Izleti
Walking: Our Lady of Angels, Pelješac peninsula
Orebić
Active


Route Grade: Easy
Distance: 6.84 km
Elevation: 206 m
Estimated Duration: 5.00 h
Day 5. Peljesac and Korcula

Walking: Orebić
We start our tour with an up-hill walk from Kučište towards the monastery at 150 meters of altitude. The hiking path offers beautiful views of the canal between Pelješac peninsula and the island of Korčula. The town of Korčula is part of a number of small enticing islands, containing vineyards and olive groves of the peninsula. After a visit to the Monastery and the church of Our Lady of Angels, we continue walking towards the church Our Lady of Carmen.
Picnic

Ferry: Orebić - Korčula

Korčula town
The town of Korcula is located on the eastern part of the island of Korcula, with view on the peninsula of Peljesac. In the middle age, old town was completely surrounded by a high defensive wall with towers. St. Mark's Cathedral, located in the central square, is one of the most important monuments in Korcula.

Accommodation and dinner: Orebić
Izleti
Visit: Oysters and shellfish production in Mali Ston Bay
Ston
Gastro
Day 6. Walking and gastronomy of Ston

Transfer: Orebić - Ston

Mali Ston Bay
Visit to the oysters production, which due to the hundred years of tradition and excellent circulation of seawater, have a unique taste.
Lunch: local cuisine and sea food

Hiking to the medieval wall
From Ston to Mali Ston was built the longest medieval wall in Europe which was protecting the salt production in Ston.

Walking from Mali Ston
Walking through the walls, we come to the town of Stone and its famous old salt production, which still works.

Transfer: Ston - Dubrovnik

Hotel and dinner: Ston
Hoteli
Hotel Ostrea ( * * *) , or similar
Ston
Two-bed room S2
Hotel in Ston
Service: Half Board

Depending on availability:
- Typical hotel
- Hotel***/*
Izleti
Walking: Napoleon road, Ston on Pelješac peninsula
Dubrovnik
Active


Route Grade: Intermediate
Distance: 52.57 km
Elevation: 428 m
Estimated Duration: 12.00 h
Day 7. Napoleon road

The route we take of the Napoleon Road on Pelješac extends from Ston and passes trough village Gornje Selo and Ponikve. It was constructed by the French army with participation of the local inhabitants and continued so under Austrian rule. The Napoleon Road on Pelješac passes in direct proximity to known localities, all possessing exceptional historical significance dating from the pre-historic period to the 19th century.
Visit to the winery

Hotel and dinner: Ston
Gradovi
Dubrovnik

Croatia, South Dalmatia -> Dubrovnik riviera
Day 8. End of Tour

Dubrovnik town
An authentic open-air museum, a medieval state, surrounded by medieval walls and palaces, today is the pearl of European cultural heritage with famous culture and history. Through the Pile Gate, we enter the town to the Onofrio Fountain. At the other side of the famous Stradun pedestrian street, there is the Ploče gate and the Rector's Palace. Also nearby is the Clock Tower and Sponza Palace, built in the Gothic-Renaissance style.

On request:
- Transfer: from Ston
- Lunch
- Accommodation: Dubrovnik
Hiking

Walking: Dalmatian islands

From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.10.2022.
* 0 days in this period
Starting place:: Split
Persons: 25 (max.)
Arrival date
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Beauties of the Dalmatian Coast and Islands

Accommodations, 7 nights: Half Board
Walking, 6 days: Dubrovnik islands and peninsulas
Local gastronomy: wines and local products

On request:
Private tour with guide: 1050 €
Local cuisine and tastings: 120 €