Day 1: SPLIT – Arrival
Arrival to Split, transfer to hotel.
Day 2: NATIONAL PARK KRKA - ŠIBENIK
Located only 12 km away from Šibenik is the Krka National Park with its well known waterfalls, of which Skradinski Buk is the largest and most beautiful.
In a lovely natural surroundings, full of greenery, the waters of the Krka River oVer 17 natural barriers, creating a countless number of large and small waterfalls, and also travel a height difference of 45 meters.
This is a place where the beauty of the National Park stands out the most through the eternal interaction of sun and water. There is free time for lunch, looking around the ethno village, walking, swimming and taking photos of the picturesque landscape.
Transfer, guide and entrance fee to NP Krka, boat ride to Visovac included !n the price.
Light sportswear and swimwear recommended.
Day 3: ISLAND HVAR
Hvar Town, on the island of the same name, as the oldest tourist centre in Dalmatia, is rich with historical monuments that are of interest for visitors. The 17th century theatre, the Arsenal from the 13th century or the central town square with the Cathedral, surrounded by numerous palaces in various architectural styles only complete the picture. The Franciscan monastery in the city is known for its old masters collection, including Ingolijev’s ’Last Supper’.
After having a look around the town there will be enough time left over for swimming, sunbathing and for lunch in one of Hvar Town’s fantastic restaurants.
Transfer, guide and entrance fees included in the price.
Day 4: SPLIT - TROGIR
The City of Split is today the largest Dalmatian city and port, 1700 years ago during the time of Ancient Rome it settled on the Marjan peninsula surrounded by the historical cities of ancient Salona and Trogir.
We will stroll the narrow streets of Diocletian’s Palace, the 4th century roman emperor, tour its excellently preserved cellar galleries and on the central ancient Peristil Square visit the old Temple of Jupiter, today the city Cathedral and the oldest building of its kind in the world. We will also pass the protected Golden and Silver doors through historical squares to the lively markets and the Riva, the ideal place for strolling and shopping.
Trogir, only half an hour away from Split, is an exceptionally well preserved town from the middle ages and originated on the location of the ancient Greek settlement Tragurion and is full of structures that bear witness to its rich history. Transfers, guide, local guide in Trogir and Split, and entrance fees in Cathedral of Trogir and Diocletians Palace in Split are included.
Day 5: NERETVA FOTO SAFARI OR TANGERINE/STRAWBERRY PICKING
The Neretva River delta is a vast marshland rich in flora and fauna, known as an ornithological reservation and place where certain migratory birds spend winter, but it is also the biggest plantation of citrus fruits in the eastern Adriatic, especially tangerines. The village of Vid, ancient Roman Narona, used to be an important trade and military center of the province of Dalmatia, and today many preserved sculptures of roman emperors and nobles are exhibited in the modern archaeological museum standing in place of an old temple of Emperor Augustus. A sail through the labyrinth of canals on the delta in local river boats called ’trupica’, and music, figs and rakija (brandy) will create an unforgettable experience and a chance for unique photographs. Lunch in ‘Neretva’s House’ on the delta with local specialties, wine and Dalmatian music will be the true happy ending to this pleasant and interesting trip.
Transfer by bus, guide, river boat safari, entrance fee, lunch and drinks with live music included in price
Day 6: SPLIT - Departure