During this tour you will explore spectacular Greek ruins and take in breathtaking views of the Adriatic as you walk along the coast and learn about the history, architecture and natural environment. Visits to the most beautiful National Parks bring the diverse and plentiful flora and fauna of Croatia into focus. Finally, treat yourself to fine, local cuisine, including seafood as well as tastings of local wines and olive oils.
Day 1: Arrival day
Transfer from the airport to Trogir.
Day 2: Ciovo Island, Zedno village and Trogir
On this walk you will experience the beautiful Ciovo Islands. Enjoy splendid views of the Adriatic Sea, learn about the history of Ciovo Island and visit the old town of Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage since 1997.
Day 3: Krka National Park, Skradinski Buk waterfall and Roski Slap
Explore the Krka National Park by foot, where one of the largest waterfalls in Europe, Skradinski Buk, is found. Continue by steam boat to Roski Slap.
Day 4: Diocletian’s Palace& Mestrovic Gallery
Enjoy a walk through the old town and visit the Palace of Diocletian, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next, explore the enchanting works of Croatia’s most esteemed sculptor.
Day 5: Lokvicici & “The Country Behind the Mountains”
Lokvicici is a village in the central-eastern portion of Dalmatia. Enjoy a walk through the old vineyards and a wine tasting at a local winery. This area marks a departure from Croatia’s coast.
Day 6: Kostanje & Cetina Canyon
Today’s walk starts in Kostanje and continues moderately uphill. By boat you will continue on crystal clear water through Cetina Canyon.
Day 7: Sveti Jure & the Biokovo Mountain Range
Ascend the winding road to the top of Sveti Jure where you will revel in three-hundred and sixty degree views of the Biokovo Mountain Range and the Adriatic below.
Day 8: Narona & olive oil tasting
Visit the old Roman city of Narona and learn about eras past. In a nearby olive oil facility you can partake in a tasting of the many distinct, local oils.
Day 9: Mljet National Park
Mljet National Park has two salt-water lakes which are perfect for a lovely walk around. In the middle of the larger lake there sits an ancient Benedictine monastery on its own small island. The surrounding area is marked by rich, beautiful forests.
Day 10: Ston
On a ferry you will travel back to the mainland. Discover the small town Ston on a guided tour and visit the long city wall.
Day 11: Coastal walk
Today you will walk along the coast, delighting at the endless views afforded by the expansive vistas of the open sea on one side, and the mountains of Konavle on the other.
Day 12: Dubrovnik – The Pearl of the Adriatic
The surprisingly compact old town of Dubrovnik is surrounded by city walls. After a tour with you guide you explore the city on your own.
Day 13: Departure day
Transfer to the airport and departure.