Croatia Dubrovnik Panorama
Croatia Dubrovnik Old Town
Croatia Korcula Dimitri Lesic Palace
Hvar Old Town And Pakleni Islands From Fortica Fortress
Croatia Trogir
Croatia Dubrovnik Victoria Restaurant Terrace
Croatia Rovinj Monte Mulini
Croatia Istrioa Motovun From Air
Rovinj From Air
    Upon arrival, your driver will welcome you at the arrivals hall at Dubrovnik airport and will assist you with your luggage before transfer to hotel in Dubrovnik Old town.
    Enjoy the day at leisure to recuperate from you journey.
    Enjoy you hotel that is a stylish retreat for guests in search of luxurious privacy and first-class hospitality. The hotel's pristine white architecture provides a stunning contrast to the rocky landscape and emerald green waters of the Adriatic.

    Meet your guide to start with your explorations today - an insider guide to the magnificent walled city on the Adriatic.
    Walk the ancient city walls, have sky high views of the Old Town, its fortified battlements and terracotta-tiled roofs. This city of glorious past was the seat of a small but powerful state, the Dubrovnik Republic, which maintained its independence for 450 years. Enjoy discovering it. Experience Stradun, an elegant main street with Onofrio`s Fountains, the Franciscan Monastery with the ancient pharmacy, the Dominican Monastery with its fine collection of medieval paintings, Orlando`s Column, the Church of St Blaise-the city’s patron saint, Cathedral with its famous Treasury and other sights. Enjoy discovering the Old City; which is rightfully included on UNESCO`s World Heritage List.

    Enjoy your morning at leisure in Dubrovnik, afternoon travel to Korcula, home town of Marco Polo. Marco Polo is the property and inheritance of the whole world! Other explorers before him had changed the geography of the world – Marco Polo changed its history and; Korčula is his hometown!
    Your hotel is located in the heart of the old town of Korcula offering luxury hotel accommodation for those wishing to escape, create, relax or unwind. Luxury suites, unique by their appearance, equipment, creativity and the theme, create an oasis where you feel like you belong there since forever and as if the travel is your true home.

    Covered with dense pine forest, the island was named Korkyra Melaina, meaning “Black Korcula”, by the Greeks in the 3rd century B.C. The island of Korcula undoubtedly holds a privileged position among the Croatian islands. Here, there are more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. Overnight in Korcula, in your palace hotel that stands within the heart of the old town of Korcula, with a refined elegance that represents the rich history and culture of its destination.

    Meet with local guide and enjoy tour of old town Korcula and visit of ateliers of local artists. Being stonemasons, shipbuilders and seafarers, the people of Korcula shared their gifts with the world, but they saved their best works for their own city. We tour the main town on the island, its charming streets of and squares with Renaissance palaces, and magnificent Cathedral of St Mark, the city’s patron saint.
    Enjoy this medieval walled town with its towers, numerous buildings and monuments, cafés, restaurants, hotels, galleries, ateliers, open-air cinema and much more. Evening at leisure.

    Enjoy the morning at leisure. In the afternoon travel to Hvar with catamaran speed boat. Enjoy the afternoon and evening to explore Hvar.
    Your hotel has spectacular views overlooking the marina and main square. The heritage hotel is considered a historic landmark with history dating back to the 13th century and stunning Venetian and Austrian architectural details that are completely intact. Timeless design includes elegant rooms and suites, each with unique hand-painted murals of Hvar motifs. Distinguished by unique architecture and exceptional design this landmark hotel captures the true essence of Hvar heritage.

    After delicious breakfast, set off for a city tour of Hvar combined with winetasting. The city of Hvar is a unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage, and mundane, tourist presence. It is situated in a picturesque natural setting, facing the southern side of the world that has given it all its Mediterranean charm and cheerfulness; facing the sea, which has given it a splendid and reputable history, Hvar is full of atmosphere.
    With its numerous natural fields, more than 2718 sunny hours per year, Hvar is known as the island of wine. Discover few of island autochthonous wine sorts during wine tasting.

    Travel to Trogir, a town with a fascinating 2300 years of continuous urban tradition. Trogir, is the best-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex, not only in the Adriatic, but in all of Central Europe. This historical city and port on the Adriatic Sea has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997. Its rich cultural heritage was created under the influence of the ancient Greek, Roman, and Venetian dominance. The historical city core, with about 10 churches and numerous buildings from the 13th century is something you shouldn’t miss.
    Later in the afternoon, accommodation in Split.
    The Diocletian's Palace is a sight like no other, this ancient Roman ruin is the living soul of Split. Walk inside and you'll see many bars, shops and restaurants blooming amid the atmospheric old walls where life in Split has been going on for 1000s of years. Enjoy in your hotel that’s a combination between the modern and the antique, where the modern design of the interior is interwoven with the original walls of the Roman time.

    Meet your driver for your transfer to Sibenik for a city tour. Sibenik, a gem in the Croatian Adriatic, is situated along the mouth of Krka on the most picturesque part of the eastern Adriatic coast. The rich cultural and historical heritage of the city is visible in the impressive Cathedral of Saint Jacob, built by the famous architect Juraj Dalmatinac. It is a unique example of European sacred architecture that has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
    Enjoy some free time before we continue to Zadar.
    Check into your accommodation, modern, chic, art design hotel located on the most famous street in Zadar – Kalelarga. Hotel's cafe is hugely popular thanks to its own-production cakes and sweets.

    Day at leisure to explore Zadar on your own.

    Throughout history, Zadar and its surroundings have witnessed many turbulent events which made Zadar a sort of a city – museum. The nucleus of the city developed in Roman times, whose legacy is still visible today in the remains of the Roman Forum, temple with a portico, aqueduct, amphitheater, cemetery, city walls with forts and many city gates. The most famous monument and a symbol of the city is the church of Saint Donat from the 9th century which was built on the remains of the ancient Roman Forum.
    One of distinguished sacral monuments is also the Cathedral of Staint Anastasia with a bell tower which dominates the peninsula. Saint Mary’s church from the 11th century belongs to a Benedictine monastery of the same name, which keeps a valuable collection of medieval charters mentioning 11th century Croatian kings. Many sacral monuments of the Zadar area exist today owing to the historical course of events. Medieval Zadar with various churches and monasteries was a Christian center of Dalmatia.

    Enjoy breakfast and complete the check-out of your hotel.
    Travel to Plitvice Lakes. Ensure you dress appropriately for a full day of hiking and exploring the national park with private local guide.
    Immerse yourself in the spectacular scenery of National park Plitvice lakes. The park was founded in 1949, making it one of the oldest national parks in southeastern Europe and since 1979 it is protected by UNESCO as a World Natural Heritage site. Nature has created 16 lakes and connected them by amazing travertine waterfalls. The park covers 29,685 hectares, with lakes up to 200 hectares in size and forest covering the rest of the park.
    After tour, continue to Zagreb.
    Accommodation in Zagreb in beautifully designed rooms blended with the delicate combination of Art Deco heritage and contemporary touches. A long history of first-class service, spectacular facilities and simply amazing food. Experience the true essence of luxury.

    Day at leisure to explore Zagreb.

    Visit the Upper Town with Gothic Cathedral, beautifully ornate St. Catherine’s church or massive St. Mark’s church with colored, tiled roof. Funicular of Zagreb was elected as one of the most beautiful funiculars in Europe? It is also the smallest funicular in the world, only 66 meters long. This funicular is a symbol of the city of Zagreb and it connects Ilica Street to Strossmayer promenade. At noon the tower located above the funicular shoots a cannon shot. Beware as it is quite impressive and rather loud! Don’t miss medieval Stone Gate and “Dolac” open-air market - these are simply a must.

    Enjoy breakfast and complete check-out.
    Transfer from Zagreb to Opatija. Upon arrival, check into your hotel and enjoy free time for individual exploration and leisure.
    Opatija is a fashionable Adriatic retreat. In the past it was a summer and winter destination for the Austro-Hungarian nobility because of its mild Mediterranean climate, and today it is a place of luxury hotels, former villas and private summer residences. Enjoy a walk in the well-tended parks and the seaside promenade.
    Check in your hotel that combines the perfect, harmonious combination of nature and sea that pervades the entire hotel, and it is well-known for its genuine hospitality, exclusive culinary offer, unique architecture and maritime-like design.

    Meet you guide for tour of Istria.
    Private transfer to Hum, the smallest town in the world, a city-monument, one of the rare examples of the urban development within the city walls. Apart from being the smallest in the world it is popular for “biska”, a brandy spiced with mistletoe and made according to the old recipe originating from Hum. Hum’s history starts in the early medieval age. The fact that the town is completely surrounded with old walls and that there was not much construction outside of them is especially interesting.
    Afterwards, transfer to Motovun for a guided tour of Motovun. Motovun is another city monument, an ancient Istrian town located on the top of 277 meter high hill, whose appearance today originates from the Middle Ages, from the 12th and 13 century. Motovun is surrounded with vineyards which are famous for great wines, Teran and Malvasia, while the Motovun forest, which extends miles down the Mirna valley, habitats the famous underground mushroom - the white truffle.
    Enjoy some free time before transferring to Porec. In Porec you will have some time to enjoy lunch. Guided tour and transfer to Rovinj and check into your hotel.
    In hotel you can enjoy in fine dining restaurants and bars, exquisite entertainment programs and an extensive Wellness & Spa center. Featuring an impeccable blend of luxury, beauty, style and cultural heritage, the 5 star boutique hotel is a year-round leisure destination.

    Spend a day exploring Rovinj on your own.
    Optional activity that we highly recommend to visit Chiavalon Olive Estate while in Rovinj. Croatian olive oil is among the best in the world. The Chiavalon family produces the best olive oil in the region. Besides, they are super friendly and passionate about their olive oil. During this highly engaging experience you will learn so much about olive oil and all its benefits that you will never look at olive oil the same way. Chiavalon is located in Vodnjan, 20 km south of Rovinj.

    Rovinj is glamourous! Once you step through the Balbi Arch and enter the old town, you will find yourself in a different time dimension. All its lovely little streets will take you to the top of a small hill, where you will find the biggest and most significant monument in town - the church of St. Euphemia. This baroque building made in Venetian style was dedicated to the saint and martyr whose sarcophagus, according to a legend, was miraculously washed ashore somewhere around 800.

    Transfer to the airport in time for your flight.

  • This trip is a stylish retreat, design for clients wishing to escape, relax and unwind.
    Unique and fabulous trip with all Croatia must see destinations, a wonderful mix of ancient cities, natural beauty and intimate experiences.
    Begin your trip by discovering the delights of Dubrovnik, the magnificent walled city on the Adriatic, before slowing down the pace amid the scenic Korcula and sunbath vineyards of Hvar.
    With this inspiring tailor-made tour discover both the cultural delights and natural charm of cities of Split, Trogir, Sibenik, Zadar and Zagreb.
    Admire picturesque natural beauty while visiting National Park Plitvice Lakes, and the alluring treasures of Adriatic as we reach Opatija, Porec, Rovinj.
    Your tour ends with tasting gourmet local products, Mediterranean cuisine promoting local ingredients, including olive oil, wines and grappas, white and black truffles.
    Hotels are luxurious and boutique, with a central location, close to all major sights and delights, offering luxurious privacy and first-class hospitality.
    One will have enough time to enjoy in fine dining restaurants and bars, exquisite entertainment programs and Wellness & Spa treatments.
    An amazing holiday, a luxury getaway, handpicked for indulgence.
    Blend of luxury, beauty and style.
    A truly unforgettable experience and a world of discovery.

  • Croatia: Dubrovnik city walls tour, exploring town of Korcula, City sightseeing and wine tasting in Hvar, discovering UNESCO Trogir and Split, exploring Zadar and Sibenik, private tour of National Park Plitvice Lakes, visiting Zagreb, Full day exploring Istria - truffles and olive oil tasting, city tour of Rovinj
  • Here we have put together a few of our favorite options to give you a starting point. Any of these options can be changed, tweaked or added to.
    Final price depends of the period of travelling, hotel star rating, services included.
    Dates are flexible and customizable for private departures.
    Contact us for a quote based on yours client wishes.

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