A Luxurious Break in Croatia and Montenegro

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What we came up with

Explore Dubrovnik's historic city walls and the surrounding Elaphiti Islands, before journeying along the stunning Dalmatian coast to the characterful island of Sveti Stefan. The combination of exquisite architecture, secluded islands, luxurious hotels and the azure Adriatic, will leave visitors longing to return.

— Kate L, Original Travel Expert

Itinerary Highlights

  • Dubrovnik - 3 days
    Surrounded by a garden of colourful bougainvillea and oleander, Villa Dubrovnik is perched above the blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, commanding spectacular views across the water to the Old City and Lokrum Island. The medieval city of Dubrovnik is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is well worth beginning your stay with a privately guided city tour, which will introduce you to the city's many wonders. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring the city at your leisure, wandering the narrow cobbled streets of the main pedestrian road, the Stradun, or discovering Dubrovnik's well-preserved buildings, such as the baroque St Blaise's Church or the historic fortress of Lovrijenac. Make time to walk along the old city walls and perhaps find a picturesque harbour front restaurant for lunch.

    On day two of this Croatian adventure, head out from the Old Port on a private sailing boat to explore the idyllic Elaphiti Islands. The day will be spent discovering the different islands, swimming in the surrounding azure waters and admiring the magnificent views. Return to the sanctuary of Villa Dubrovnik and enjoy a delicious meal at the clifftop Restaurant Pjerin, which boasts views of the Old City and surrounding waters.

  • Sveti Stefan - 4 days
    Travelling from Dubrovnik to Montenegro by road, admire the stunning views along the Dalmation coast, before arriving at the picturesque island of Sveti Stefan. Separated from the mainland by a narrow isthmus, this former fishing village with heavily fortified walls is now a private island which is home to the luxurious Aman Sveti Stefan hotel. A medley of cobbled lanes, red-tiled roofs and pink sandy beaches - this resort is a charming seaside sanctuary. Spend an afternoon relaxing on the hotel's exclusive Queens Beach, or visit the Aman Spa which is set in beautiful gardens and indulge in a treatment or two. Explore the historic town of Budva, the UNESCO World Heritage-protected Bay of Kotor and be sure to stroll over to the Villa Milocer, the former summer residence of several famous Yugoslavians. Dine in the open-air Piazza at the island's centre, and enjoy local delicacies at the Taverna or sample local wines on Enoteca's sea-facing terraces.

A rough idea of price

A similar itinerary would cost in the region of £3,570 per person which includes all flights, hotels, daily breakfast, transfers, a privately guided tour of Dubrovnik and a full day private boat charter in Croatia.

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.

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