Island Hopping in Croatia

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What we came up with

Croatia has been luring everyone from hipsters to honeymooners to its shores - and its no surprise given the idyllic islands, crystal clear waters and fascinating historical and architectural sites (not to mention being home to THE Kings Landing from Game of Thrones). Embark on an island hopping adventure and experience the very best of this beautiful country.

— Harriet, Original Travel Expert

Itinerary Highlights

  • Dubrovnik - 3 days
    The adventure begins in the medieval city of Dubrovnik. Explore the city walls for a rooftop view of the ancient city, as well as outlying islands and clear ocean waters, before meandering your way through the old town along the quaint cobbled streets. Come evening climb to the top of Srd Hill and watch the sun set over the city and the Adriatic. Settle in to Sun Gardens, enjoy the views across to Kolocep island and travel into the heart of Dubrovnik by boat.

  • Korcula - 3 days
    A stop at Korcula is a must. With sandy beaches and hidden coves around every corner coupled with the dense woods inland, this island provides a tranquil haven for those who prefer to steer away from the crowds. Enjoy a luxurious stay at Lesic Dimitri Palace a restored 18th-century bishop's palace. The grand establishment even has its own private moors and sailing yachts, with sailing options available such as trips to nearby islands for a dip in the sparkling sea.
  • Hvar - 3 days
    Spend days wandering through the cobbled streets of the charming old town or mingling with oligarchs at a harbour side bar, overlooking the plethora of bobbing superyachts moored up, while staying at Hotel Adriana. Or escape the glitz of the coast and explore the idyllic landscape inland, wandering through fields of lavender, ancient olive trees and vineyards.

  • Split - 3 days
    Return to mainland Croatia by catamaran and conclude the trip with a stay in Split - the cultural capital of the Dalmatia region. Explore the 1700 year old palace - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - and enjoy the cafe culture in this buzzing town. For those after a little more island adventure, Split is also the perfect jumping off point for trips to smaller outlying islands, including the charming Brac island which is home to one of the countries finest beaches, Zlatni Rat.

A rough idea of price

A similar itinerary would cost in the region of £2,550 per person which includes all flights, hotels, and transfers.

A note about prices

The guide prices shown are designed to provide you with a broad indication of how much to budget for your trip. Prices are generally for private arrangements using economy flights based on two people travelling together and sharing a room. There are a number of factors which will influence the price; these include the standard of accommodation, the season, the class of flights, the airline used and the level of private guiding versus shared excursions.

Key Stats

May - September
Couples & Families
Price PP (Inc Flights)


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