Escape to Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast on this incredible island hopper getaway!
What better way to see Croatia than hopping from one beautiful island to another? On this once-in-a-lifetime vacation, you’ll venture from Split to Hvar to Korcula to Dubrovnik – the perfect blend of beachy island life and medieval city experience!
Start your journey in picture-perfect Split, a beautiful city on the Dalmatian Coast, known for its pristine beaches and fortress-like old town center. Explore this beloved coastal city, paved with stone streets, filled with lush courtyards, and lined with tons of shops, bars, and cafes.
Hop aboard a ferry and enjoy jaw-dropping views of the bright blue Adriatic as you sail to Hvar, an island where daytime beach tranquility meets nighttime party vibes. Filled with off-the-beaten-path vineyards, lavender fields, and tiny villages, Hvar is beautiful from end to end.
Next, feel the salty breeze sweep across your face as you take another ferry to Korcula. Known for its eye-popping teal waters and charming old town center, Korcula is the perfect small island to explore on your own. Consider renting a bike so you can roam far and wide!
Last, but certainly not least, set sail to Dubrovnik! This city, speckled with red-roofed homes and filled with amazing architecture, sits pretty right on the Adriatic Sea. See gorgeous cathedrals and palaces and get lost in the wonder of the old town center, where much of Game of Thrones was filmed!
- Round-trip economy class airfare into Split (SPU), out of Dubrovnik (DBV)
- All airport and ferry port transfers
- 2 nights in Split at the Atrium Hotel, or similar
- Ferry from Split to Hvar
- 2 nights in Hvar at the Hotel Amfora, or similar
- Ferry from Hvar to Korcula
- 2 nights in Korcula at the Hotel Marko Polo, or similar
- Ferry from Korcula to Dubrovnik* (deck tickets)
- 2 nights in Dubrovnik at the Grand Villa Hotel Argentina, or similar
- Breakfast daily
- Hotel service charges & taxes
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