The Croatia 2020 Dalmatian Coast Holiday will take you to Croatia’s most important and popular centers, Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic and Split, a city of culture, gastronomy, natural beauty, sport and entertainment.
Croatia is fast becoming Europe’s favorite holiday favorite. It has stunning island-dotted coastlines, vibrant cities, ancient sites, and so much to offer as a holiday destination. Gastronomes will be in 7th heaven. Seafood, meat dishes locale wines and sweets that rival European cuisine.
At a glance
|DUBROVNIK||3 Nights at the Lero Hotel or similar|
|SPLIT||3 Nights at the Rooms Toni Palace Hotel or similar|
|Room||Standard double room|
|Other||All relevant private transfers|
Plan a walk around the city walls, made famous during the “Games of Thrones” series
Visit the Old City and take a cable car ride to get the best view of the city
Catch a ferry to Lokrum Island (Take your swimwear with as there are many coves for a refreshing swim)
Take a Day Trip to Mostar, home to the iconic Stari Most Bridge and exploring its Old Town is a real treat
Not to be missed is a sunset cruise. Dubrovnik sunsets are magical and an experience never to be forgotten
Explore the old city and make your way down Marmot Street, lined with many shops, cafes and restaurants
Head to the Pazar Market (East of the Diocletian Palace) and shop at the nearby trendy boutiques
Go to Trogir and fall in love with a city that changed little since the medieval days (This tour can be booked before you depart)
Spend the day on an all-inclusive Blue Cave cruise including lunch. Skip the crowds and see island gems and savor a grilled lunch at a summer house in a private bay. What a day to remember
At night-time, stroll along the Riva Promenade and choose a café with a perfect people-watching view
- Your Croatia Dalmatian Holiday has started at you touch down at Dubrovnik Airport
- Clear customs and meet with our representative for transfer to your hotel
- Once checked-in explore your immediate surroundings and decide on a local restaurant for dinner
- After a delicious breakfast at your hotel set out for the Old City, a mere 15-minute walk
- Spend the day exploring the pedestrian-only Old City steeped in a rich heritage of architecture and culture
- Breakfast at your hotel
- Take a cable-car ride for a magnificent view of the city this morning.
- After lunch return to your hotel and spend the afternoon lazying around the pool
- Book a sunset cruise for tonight, and bring your day to a magical end
- Return Flights from Jo'burg on Alitalia (Specific & Limited Seats)
- Departure and Fuel taxes (Subject to change)
- Accommodation as mentioned
- Meals as mentioned
- All relevant private transfers
- Personal expenses, meals and drinks unless otherwise specified
- Travel Insurance
- Visa fees
- Services not stated in the itinerary
- Increases in airfares, departure & Fuel taxes
Valid for travel between 01 MAY and 15 JUN 2020
Contact us for alternative Travel dates
Best time to Travel
The weather in Croatia is fairly predictable, with warm summers and cold winters. The best time to visit Croatia is in the warm summer months between May and September and avoid the summer crowds
The official unit of currency is the Kuna (HRK). One Kuna is divided into 100 Lipa. ATMs are plentiful throughout the country and banks, authorized bureaux de change and most hotels will exchange foreign currency.
Banks open Monday to Saturday and some banks also open on Sundays in the main cities.
Major credit cards are widely accepted at the main hotels and restaurants and may be used to draw cash from ATMs which are widely available throughout the country
Tipping is part of the custom in hotels and more expensive eateries in Croatia. At a more general local level, it’s not particularly expected. Tips will be appreciated however if given. If you eat in a nice restaurant, then consider a 10% tip for your waiting staff or bartenders. Consider 20 Kuna as a tip for porters or for your housekeeping maid.