If you are looking for an authentic Mediterranean experience, this is an option for you. Two equally wonderful areas, both with subtle differences that will almost give you the complete Croatian experience: the laid-back ambience of the Island of Korcula and the bustling city life of Dubrovnik.
You will be amazed by the beautiful setting of Korcula Town
, the birthplace of the famous explorer and travel-writer Marco Polo. This 'mini Dubrovnik' can satisfy the expectations and interests of any guest. Those with cultural, gastronomic, and active interests will delight in the multitude of charms on offer: Korkyra Baroque Festival, wind and kite surfing in Viganj on the Peljesac Peninsula, Marco Polo Festival, and Lumbarda fishermen's nights.
After a few days spent in Korcula, you will be transferred to undoubtedly the most spectacular place on the Dalmatian coast - the Old Town of Dubrovnik
. Unique in its charm, it very much encapsulates all the wonders of Croatia that we aim to convey: history, style, sophistication, character, and beauty. Dubrovnik leaves thousands of visitors who walk along its marble streets every day speechless, gazing, and gasping. You can choose from a variety of different trips, from sightseeing in Dubrovnik to visiting the nearby countries of Montenegro or Bosnia & Herzegovina. Regardless of whether you are visiting this amazing place for the first time or the hundredth, the sense of admiration never fades.