Split, Island of Hvar, Island of Korcula and Dubrovnik

Island Hopping
Departing Dublin
16 July 2024 for 12 nights
€ 2848 per person
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Croatia has become the must-visit holiday destination, but with each Dalmatian Island offering so much in the way of culture and nightlife, why limit your trip to just one?

This multi centre includes return flights, all transfers to and between resorts as well as 'on the ground' support and can be based on 12 nights



Split, Island of Hvar, Island of Korcula and Dubrovnik Accommodation

Hotel Park - Split
Dalmatian Coast - Split

Spending First Section of Itinerary

5 Star Hotel

Hotel Park claims a prime position amid the stunning shores of Split. It offers extraordinary views within walking distance to the famous Bacvice Beach and to remarkable medieval stone buildings set along ...more info


Hotel Amfora
Dalmatian Islands - Island of Hvar

Spending Second Section of Itinerary

4 Star Hotel

Hotel Amfora, situated in a peaceful bay and surrounded by lush pine groves, is a captivating beach resort just a short ten-minute walk from the historic city of Hvar. This Adriatic gem offers contemporary-designed ...more info


Hotel Liburna
Dalmatian Islands - Island of Korcula

Spending Third Section of Itinerary

4 Star Hotel

Liburna Hotel is ideally situated just a 10-minute walk from Korcula's Old Town. A stay at Liburna Hotel promises a harmonious blend of natural beauty, modern comfort, and historical charm on the picturesque ...more info


Hotel Dubrovnik Palace
Dubrovnik Riviera - Dubrovnik

Spending Forth Section of Itinerary

5 Star Hotel

Dubrovnik Palace graces the scenic Lapad peninsula seafront, nestled amid a pine forest and turquoise coastal waters. The location offers stunning views of the Elafiti Islands. This contemporary luxury ...more info


Where We Visit

Split - Dalmatian Coast

Without hiding their pride, the people of Split will tell you that their city is 'the most beautiful one in the world and beyond' and they nicknamed it 'The Mediterranean ...more info


Island of Hvar - Dalmatian Islands

Hvar is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island and is known far and wide for its green setting and omnipresent scent of lavender, extraordinary beauty and harmony ...more info


Island of Korcula - Dalmatian Islands

Korcula is one of the largest and most attractive of Croatia's islands with 195 unspoiled coves and beaches, lush upland valleys and extensive vineyards. The temperature ...more info


Dubrovnik - Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik is situated to the southernmost part of the Croatia, its flagship attraction Dubrovnik Old city itself is a priceless pearl, a UNESCO World Heritage site on ...more info



If you're considering Croatia as a holiday destination and are trying to decide where to go, one of the ultimate holidays must be island hopping up and down the coastline, starting in Split and making stops at Hvar, Korcula, and Dubrovnik.

Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and is seen as the hub of the coastline. The city is full of listed sights and museums. An absolute must-do is to climb the stepped streets of the evocative Varos quarter and have a drink at the Vidilica, as no other bar offers a better view than thisthe whole of Split and the islands laid out before you. Spend the evening hanging out in the old town, enjoying the ambiance of the bohemian bar Academia Ghetto Club or the permanently busy cocktail bar Gaga, just to mention a few.

Hvar is the place to see and be seen, and it is the island most frequented by celebrities; Eva Longoria, Beyonc, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Demi Moore have all been spotted eating out in Hvar.

The Island of Korcula is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea, with abundant vineyards and olive groves. Its southern coast is formed by small beaches and quiet coves.

While in Dubrovnik, visit the secluded Franciscan monastery, the handsome Rector's Palace, and then stroll up and down the elegant, car-free main street, with its flagstones polished to a sheen by centuries of walking shoes.

Day 1
Fly Dublin to Split and transfer to your hotel.

Day 1 - 4
Stay at the 5-star Hotel Park (standard room, Bed & Breakfast), a traditional first-class hotel steps away from the centre and right next to the famous Bacvice Beach.

Day 4 - 7
We will transfer you by boat and coach to the sunniest, longest and one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Island of Hvar. Staying 3 nights at the 4-star Hotel Amfora located in a private bay, featuring an exquisite cascading pool and offering a wide range of activities suitable for everyone.

Day 7 - 10
A short road transfer from Hotel Amfora to Hvar port and catamaran journey from Hvar to Korcula, a quaint, medieval walled town with magnificently preserved centre. On arrival you will check-in to 4-star Hotel Liburna.

Day 10 - 13
Transfer by ferry and coach from Korcula to Dubrovnik and stay in 5-star Hotel Dubrovnik Palace, the perfect choice for anyone looking for luxurious accommodations and fine dining in a unique and natural environment. Dubrovnik is one of the world's most stunning destinations, both in terms of its cultural heritage and as a holiday destination.

Day 13
Transfer on Wednesday to Dubrovnik Airport for your home bound flight
  • Return flights
  • Hand luggage
  • All transfers
  • Accommodation for 12 nights on BB basis
  • Representative in resort(s)


Not Included
  • Travel insurance.
 

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