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In this picturesque region of Croatia, dramatic coastal mountains are a perfect backdrop to tranquil turquoise waters
When you think of paradise, do you imagine listening to the sound of clear blue water swashing upon a shore of white pebble beaches? Or do you imagine rolling hills and mountains of inescapable beauty looming down across ancient cities littered with history and culture? If so, look no further than Croatia. A country straddling the eastern shores of the Adriatic, towns and cities are dotted across the Dinaric Mountain Range that hugs to the coast that stretches from Italy to Albania. Unlike many European nations’ you will find an array of archipelago’s dotted across the shoreline, many untamed and uninhabited. For us, Croatia is paradise and an incredible land bursting with so much natural beauty.Read more
A Roman Retreat; Discover Croatia’s fascinating History
During this tour, visit some of most beautiful towns Croatia has to offer, packed with churches and Roman remains. The exuberant city of Split blends tradition with modernity and Trogir is set within medieval walls on a tiny island. Trogir carefully protects its rich cultural heritage. Linked to the mainland by bridges, the town is a masterpiece of terracotta rooftops and a knot of marble streets. The historic city of Zadar sits on the northern end of Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. It’s a quirky town with unusual attractions, away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist resorts.
Spectacular Beauty of the National Parks and Islands
In addition to its rich history, this ares is also abundant in natural beauty. This picturesque region encompasses dramatic coastal mountains and turquoise waters. Witness Croatia’s stunning natural beauty in the Krka National Park. Stretching from the Adriatic to the mountains of the Croatian interior, this National Park boasts enchanting landscapes. With a myriad of waterfalls and gorges, it is truly spectacular. Furthermore, the scenery attracted Monks who have built beautiful secluded monasteries nestled into the scenery. Another natural beauty is the nautical paradise of Kornati. Board a boat to discover the many uninhabited islands, islets and reefs of this archipelago.
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Dates throughout 2021
Arrive in Croatia
Fly from the UK to Zadar and transfer to your hotel in Biograd na Moru, the former capital of the Croatian Kingdom.
Set on a small peninsula, Zadar’s old town has roman ruins, medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and quality museums. Today we explore Zadar’s ancient attractions on a guided sightseeing tour, including the Roman Forum and Croatia’s oldest university. Hear wave-powered music from the Sea Organ and see the ‘Pozdrav Suncu’ – a psychedelic sidewalk light show. Both are located at the end of the peninsula where visitors gather to watch what is regularly described as the world’s most beautiful sunset.
Day at leisure in Biograd na Moru
Spend a day at leisure to enjoy the hotels facilities and the area of Biograd na Moru. Relax at the beach on the Adriatic coast or stroll along the beautiful promenade.
Explore Krka National Park
The Krka National Park lies about 10km inland from Sibenik. There may be a chance to stop an explore this medieval Old Town, with its labyrinth of steep backstreets and alleys. It has an impressive Gothic and Renaissance style 15th century of St Jacob. Krka National Park is a magical place full of waterfalls, gorges and monasteries. We discover the Park and see magnificent waterfalls, including the famous Skradinski Buk Falls, which is one of Croatia’s most famous sights. We also see the Krka River gushing through deep canyons towards the sea. This park is truly a haven of natural beauty.
Visit Split and Trogir
Today we embark on a full day excursion to Split and Trogir. During the guided tour, see famous sights such as Peristyle Square, Procurativa, Split’s waterfront and many more. Visit the Diocletian’s Palace which is one of the most imposing Roman ruins in existence and where you will probably spend most of your time while in Split. After the tour, spend some free time in Split before continuing to Trogir. The city is known as the ‘Beauty of Stone’ and is carefully protected to secure the rich cultural heritage. Enjoy a guided tour through the old town before exploring the city on your own
Excursion to Kornati National Park
This morning we head to the port, for a boat trip excursion to the Kornati Islands. The islands are the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean. The islands cover an area of around 320 square kilometres. Enjoy fantastic views of this natural beauty; see numerous coves and crystal clear blue waters. Due to the karstic terrain, the islands are riddled with cracks, caves, grottoes and rugged cliffs. Startling rock formations, both eerie and wonderful, stand out against the deep-blue Adriatic. Lunch is included today before an afternoon at leisure.
Return to the UK
The time has come to say goodbye to this wonderful destination and begin your homeward journey.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Another wonderful excursion is to one of Croatia’s best known national parks. This is a wonderful landscape of 16 crystalline lakes that tumble into each other via a series of waterfalls and cascades. There’s a free network of electric boats and a ‘panoramic train’ (a road train) to help you explore the park. There’s also an option of a two or four-hour guided tour.
We have a selection of excellent 3 and 4 star hotels available.
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