Island Hopping

This island-hopping trip will focus on the most beautiful Croatian islands. Explore Hvar, Brač, Korčula, Lastovo, and many more. Spend your week discovering the best of the Adriatic Coast and its natural and cultural heritage.


The largest city on the Adriatic Coast has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List ince 1979. With the extraordinary preservation of the Diocletian's Palace, you can walk through the historical strata of the ancient city. Although the city of Split is known for its ancient history, it is also a mix of modern and cosmopolitan life. 



The longest island in Croatia. It's not a secret that Brač is known for its magnificent sandy beach, Zlatni Rat. This gorgeous place is located on Bol, one of the most visited villages on the island. 


The sunniest island  in Croatia. Hvar is known for its cosmopolitan culture and lifestyle, but not to forget are the natural wonders this beautiful island has to offer. The main town on the island, the city of Hvar Start Grad has been included under the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List.

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The Pelješac Peninsula is located right in between the two pearls of the Adriatic: the city of Split and Dubrovnik. Its strategic position makes it the stop during a charter. This area is famous for its salt pans on which the locals depended on for centuries, including Dubrovnik and its famous Republic. 


The island of Korčula is one of the most relaxing places in Croatia. The main city, Korčula, is known for its cultural heritage. It is interesting to know that some biographers claim that Marco Polo, the famous explorer, was born on this island.



Lastovo is one of the greenest islands in Croatia. Blessed with its beautiful nature, the island of Lastovo is also the most wooden of them: 70% of the area is covered by forest. A treat for nature lovers! 


The island of Vis soon became one of the favorite touristic destinations by many in Croatia. In the past, due to its strategic position, has been a military zone for many years. 

Vis is known for its well preserved traditions and cultural and natural heritage. 


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The Green Route

Immerse yourself in nature:
Discover Croatia's greenest islands, clearest and cleanest waters: Mljet, Lastovo and Vis... experience the natural wonders of this hidden gems. 

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Split, Zadar, and Primošten are just some of the stunning cities you can discover during this route. This part of Croatia is best known for its beautiful beaches, historic streets, and excellent cuisine.

Dalmatian Coast

Explore the magnificent Dalmatian Coast on your own private gulet. Get to know magical places like the city of Split, the islands of Šolta and Vis. End your trip in the historical city of Dubrovnik.
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