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Adriatic, 9 Days · Tailor-made by car

Route from Dubrovnik to Split

Explore the captivating regions of Dubrovnik and Split, with trips to Sibenik and Krka National Park

Croatia, with its ancient cities, fantastic natural spaces and stunning Dalmatian coast has become one of the hottest destinations in the Mediterranean. Few places in Europe offer the magic and diversity you'll find on the route between the beautiful Croatian cities of Dubrovnik and Split, dotted with World Heritage monuments. Ahead lies a cultural, culinary and scenic itinerary that will help you escape the daily routine and feel the embrace of the Mediterranean at its magnificent beaches and coves lapped by turquoise waters. At our own pace, we'll cross the beautiful Peljesac peninsula, where we'll find authentic gastronomic temples as Mali Ston and Ston; amazing medieval walls that meander for more than 5 kilometres along rugged mountain tops; picture-postcard landscapes of vineyards bursting with history around the towns of Janjina and Potomje; and dreamlike beaches such as Orebić. On the beautiful and mysterious island of Korcula, birthplace of Marco Polo, we'll head through thick forests and roads that wind through luscious Mediterranean vegetation to reach beautiful cities like Korčula, fantastic beaches such as Lumbarda or Vela Luka, and charming villages that seem to be stuck in time. We'll continue on our route and marvel at the majestic palace of Diocletian in Split and the enchanting citadel of Trogir, both declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Next stop is Solin, where it's easy to let your imagination flow and fantasise about what the ruins of Salona were like centuries ago when the roads were trodden by intrepid soldiers and famous Roman emperors. And the rich cultural heritage is complemented by the warm Croatian hospitality and incredible natural beauty, which each season draw in travellers from around the world. Its long coastline, with thousands of nooks and crannies ready to be explored, the amazing Krka National Park, the beautiful arboretum in Trsteno and the enigmatic island of Lokrum are just some of the eco-destinations that await you throughout the route. And remember: "The plan is your plan". If you want, you can extend your trip over in neighbouring Montenegro, where we recommend visiting Perast and Kotor; or the nearby towns of Pocitelj, Medjugorje and Mostar. Discover the secrets of the Adriatic with us and experience a unique adventure.

Route from Dubrovnik to Split

Departure date

Departures from April 2024 till April 2025




Travel details

  • Travel details

  • Day 1 City of origin - Cavtat - Dubrovnik

  • Day 2 Dubrovnik and surroundings

  • Day 3 Dubrovnik - Montenegro (Perast - Kotor) - Dubrovnik

  • Day 4 Dubrovnik - Peljesac Peninsula (Mali Ston - Ston - Janjina - Potomje - Orebić) - Isle of Korcula

  • Day 5 Korčula Isle (capital and surroundings)

  • Day 6 Korčula Isle - Split

  • Day 7 Split - Ruins of Salona - Trogir - Split

  • Day 8 Split - Skradin (Krka National Park) - Šibenik - Split

  • Day 9 Split - City of origin

Your trip includes

  • Return flight.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Dubrovnik.

  • Selected meal plan in Dubrovnik.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Korčula.

  • Selected meal plan in Korčula.

  • Stay in selected hotel in Split.

  • Selected meal plan in Split.

  • Rent-a-car.

  • Insolvency protection.

  • Amount of the supplement for collection and return of the vehicle in a different office.

Your trip doesn't include

  • Accommodation taxes in Croatia direct payment in facility.

  • Possible toll charges.

  • Ferry Orebić-Korcula / Ferry Korcula-Split.

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Important remarks

- Driving through Croatia: Motorways in Croatia have tolls, which you have to pay for each individual stretch of road. For more information, you can contact the Croatian Embassy based in your country.

- Triple rooms in Europe are generally rooms with twin beds or a double, in which a folding bed is installed to accommodate the third person. Due to the inconvenience this causes, we advise against using this option as far the possible.

- The proposed excursions and tours for each day are purely suggestions, as you can tailor the trip to suit your times, tastes and needs.

- A credit card is considered a guarantee, so sometimes you will need one for check-in at hotels.

- Hotels usually have cots available. Otherwise, babies will have to share a bed with an adult.

- To pick up your rental car, you'll need a credit (not debit) card in the name of the person who made the booking, who must also be the named driver of the vehicle.

- You must give notice that you are going to cross the border while collecting the vehicle. Authorisation may be required to drive through certain countries or areas/states (as is the case in the US and Canada). Depending on the conditions set out in the rental contract and the company hired, you might be charged a surcharge payable at the destination office.