Island Hopping on the Dalmatian CoastIsland Hopping on the Dalmatian Coast

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    Croatia Island Hopping

    Island Hopping on the Dalmatian Coast is a holiday with a difference as with its clean, clear waters, constant warm sunshine and unspoiled beaches, the Adriatic Dalmatian coast makes Croatia island hopping a joy.

    Having resisted the growing trend for overdevelopment, the islands and mainland coast have miraculously retained their natural beauty with quaint villages set among olive groves and vineyards, with mountains creating a spectacular backdrop. At the heart of the region is the bustling city of Split, home to numerous archaeological, historical and cultural monuments. Spreading out from the walls of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, today it is the main port of call on any visit to this lively coastal hub. A bustling market occupies much of the entrance beneath the city wall and this is an excellent starting point from which to discover all that Dalmatia has to offer.

    Hvar is a long, narrow and intensely beautiful island whose air is filled with the fragrances of lavender, rosemary and laurel. It is blessed by such a good climate that it is nicknamed &lsqu.....

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    Croatia Island Hopping

    Island Hopping on the Dalmatian Coast is a holiday with a difference as with its clean, clear waters, constant warm sunshine and unspoiled beaches, the Adriatic Dalmatian coast makes Croatia island hopping a joy.

    Having resisted the growing trend for overdevelopment, the islands and mainland coast have miraculously retained their natural beauty with quaint villages set among olive groves and vineyards, with mountains creating a spectacular backdrop. At the heart of the region is the bustling city of Split, home to numerous archaeological, historical and cultural monuments. Spreading out from the walls of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, today it is the main port of call on any visit to this lively coastal hub. A bustling market occupies much of the entrance beneath the city wall and this is an excellent starting point from which to discover all that Dalmatia has to offer.

    Hvar is a long, narrow and intensely beautiful island whose air is filled with the fragrances of lavender, rosemary and laurel. It is blessed by such a good climate that it is nicknamed ‘the Madeira of the Croatian Adriatic’. Boasting a natural port with renaissance architecture, galleries and a plethora of bars and restaurants, it is complemented by beach hideaways, olive groves and vineyards making Hvar an explorer’s paradise.

    Dubrovnik, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, is a prominent tourist destination with its white stone baroque buildings and maze of alleyways that comprise the walled old town, complete with numerous churches, monasteries, museums and relaxed cafés. You can absorb a lot within the walls of the old town even before venturing out to visit the many beaches and islands that lie just beyond.

    Korcula has a walled old town with well preserved fortifications and towers. It is a large and green island with excellent vineyards. A popular trip is to visit the house which legend claims was the birthplace of the great explorer Marco Polo. With numerous beaches and bays to wile away the hours under the warm summer sun, you will be stunned by its beauty.

     

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    City
    Visit the cities of Dubrovnik, Hvar, Korcula and Split

    Beach
    Visit unspoiled beaches

    Less than 5 hours flight from UK

    Honeymoon

    Price Guide

    Price guide: from £7,360 (low season) & £8,030 (high season) per person, 6 nights B&B

    Our recommended island hopping Croatia experience spans 6 days spending evenings in the luxury of hotels, while including 4 days use of private motor boat Jeanneau Prestige 36 & her skipper services.


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