Croatia at your rhythm

With this program you will discover Croatia from North to South. It is a perfect mixture of historical sites, natural beauties, coastal town visits and magnificent southern islands. The variety of landscapes in such a small country is probably what amazes the most.


15 days - Croatia in your way

Zagreb - Plitvice lakes National Park - Zadar - Krka National Park - Šibenik - Split - Korčula - Mljet - Peninsula of Pelješac - Hvar - Dubrovnik

DAY 1 – arrival to Zagreb


Upon arrival to the Zagreb airport, you will pick up your rental car and departure by rental car to the city of Zagreb.





DAY 2 – Zagreb/Plitvice lakes National Park

P1060044Zagreb is the capital of the Republic of Croatia and one of the historical city of Central Europe. Discover the Baroque atmosphere of its old town, picturesque open-air markets, various stores, rich artisan productions and delicious traditional cuisine. Zagreb is known as a „green city“ , with its parks and walking trails, it also offers numerous excursions around the city.

Departure to the Plitvice National Park in the afternoon.

DAY 3 – Plitvice lakes National Park

P1060045The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the most visited among the eight national parks in Croatia. Set in deep woodland, 16 crystal-blue lakes descend for more than 8 km and form countless spectacular waterfalls. Enjoy breathtaking scenery while walking along the numerous promenades through the woods in the biggest National Park in Croatia. UNECO World Heritage status was granted in 1979, among the first in the world.

DAY 4 – The city of Zadar

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Zadar is a city of ancient origins with the largest excavated Roman forum on the eastern part of the Adriatic and beautiful Romanesque churches. Apart from the medieval churches, Roman ruins and other ancient monuments,  two of Zadar’s most popular attractions are modern artistic installations, the Sea Organ and Sun Salutation. These artistic structures utilize the power of nature so that you could enjoy, as Alfred Hitchcock said, ‘the most beautiful sunsets in the world’.

DAY 5 – Krka National Park and Šibenik

P1050844Krka National Park is a karst phenomena which shows us what nature is capable of doing to find its way to the sea. Krka National Park is a spacious area of outstanding natural value. Šibenik – Visit the majestic Cathedral of Saint Jacob, a peerless monument of sacred architecture in Europe, under UNESCO’s protection. Enjoy also numerous churches, monasteries, palaces and four fortresses.


DAY 6 – Trogir/ Split

TrogirTrogir, a small and harmonious city. Set within the medieval walls, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a true treasure for lovers of art,with its Renaissance and Baroque buildings and small churches.

Continue on to Split where you drop off your rental car.



DAY 7 – Split/ island of Korčula

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Enjoy the promenade in this amazing city. After seeing a peristyle worthy of the Caesars, the Mausoleum of a Roman emperor and the sphinx imported from Egypt, before or after you drink your coffee in an ancient temple …

In the afternoon departure by local boat on the island of Korčula.


DAY 8, 9, 10, 11 – The island of Korčula

j2The island of Korcula is located in the middle of the Dalmatian Southern islands and offers many activities. From Korcula you can visit several islands, relax, go for walks, rent a bike …etc.

THINGS TO VISIT (during the day)

Korčula, or little Dubrovnik, is an authentic architectural pearl of the Adriatic. You will be amazed by the harmony emerging from the old town of Korčula: the medieval architecture of white stone towers, the orange-red roofs overlooking the clear blue sea.

Discover the secrets of the town Hvar situated on the west of the island Hvar, near Pakleni Islands. Hvar is today one of the top tourist attractions in Croatia, but is also one of the best preserved cities on the Adriatic, famous for its Venetian architecture and its pedestrian streets lined with charming cafes and bars. Among the sights to visit are the Cathedral, the Franciscan monastery and the Arsenalan, the oldest Mediterranean theater.

For many people, Mljet is an island difficult to reach. Do not let this landscape mentioned in the stories of Ulysses, Saint Paul, the Benedictines and the Mediterranean seals remain unknown to you. The heart of the island, covered with pines, is a unique national park. If you wish, you can swim in one of the two lakes in the park.

Pelješac, the land of ship, captains and good red wine. Enjoy the walking paths from which stretches a beautiful view of the old town of Korčula and archipelago. On the way you can visit the Monastery of Our Lady of the Angels and the Maritime Museum.

DAY 12, 13, 14 – Dubrovnik

crkva sv vlahe 1715Transfer to Dubrovnik. You will discover the splendid Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The city with a unique political and cultural history, Dubrovnik is famous for its beauty and is one of the most attractive cities in the Mediterranean.

THINGS TO VISIT (during the day)

Just a breath away from Dubrovnik, like a guardian spirit, stands the island of Lokrum, a Special Reserve of Forest Vegetation, under the strict protection of UNESCO. You can take a walk in the Botanical Garden, swim in crystal clear water and enjoy that little peace of heaven. Beside the Botanical Garden, there are a few locations you should visit on Lokrum: Mrtvo More (Dead Sea), a unique lake linked with the sea and the fortress called Fort Royal, built by the French in 1806 at the highest elevated point of Lokrum.

The island is intertwined with cool, shady trails that lead through quiet expanses to caves and beaches.

Excursion on Elaphiti islands

As you wander, you will have a feeling that these islands live in some other world, a slower world where men go fishing, chat or play cards at the cafe. Where women sit on terraces or prepare delicious meals as pleasant smells waft from windows with lace curtains.

DAY 15 – Departure

Transfer to Dubrovnik airport and departure.


Price per person/flight not included 2020
Based on 2 persons Based on 2 persons Based on 2 persons Based on 2 persons
April/May/October 871 810 808 780
June/September 981 911 900 869
July/August 1097 1061 1059 1013

Included in price

• Hotel accommodation*** in Zagreb - double room/private bathroom /breakfast included – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in the region of Plitvice – double room/private bathroom – 2 nights
• Private accommodation*** in the region of Zadar – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in the region of Šibenik – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in Split – double room/private bathroom – 1 night
• Private accommodation*** in Korčula – double room/private bathroom/ kitchen available – 5 nights
• Private accommodation*** in Dubrovnik – double room/private bathroom – 3 nights
• Rental of B category car day 1 to day 6 – basic insurance and one way rental included
• Transfer Korčula – Dubrovnik (car ferry ticket included)
• Transfer Dubrovnik – Dubrovnik airport
• Detailed documentation
• Assistance by phone 24/7 during your stay in Croatia

Not included in price

• Plane ticket
• Gas (rental car)
• Meals that are not mentioned
• Local boats, boat excursions
• Entrance fees for National Parks

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