Croatia: Jewel of the Coast


Day 1-2:Split.Having flown to Split, you’ll be driven right into the heart of the city which is framed by the remains of Diocletian’s Palace – a UNESCO heritage site, and one of the most impressive Roman ruins in Europe. Here you’ll spend two nights at cool, contemporary Vestibul Palace. Set within what would have been the Emperor’s chambers, and with original Roman stones throughout, this is the perfect base to unravel the city’s history. Sip a coffee in the lively main square, where the opera-singing Klapa can be seen performing amongst the Roman ruins, or head into the city’s “basements” for a glimpse of the architecture as it once was. As for the rest of the day, you can take the short climb up Marjan Hill for fantastic views over the city and bay, before heading to the buzzing Riva waterfront where you’ll find great restaurants, bars, and markets.Anything else? Visit the statue of Grgur Ninski and rub his big toe for luck!Accomodation Hotel Vestibul Palace
Day3-5.Hvar.Hop on a hydrofoil, and an hour later you’ll arrive on the party island of Hvar.Hvar is often referred to as the St Tropez of Croatia ,Spend the next three nights here. During the day, you can head to the hotel's,  sunbathe by their gorgeous rooftop pool. Then, as night falls, Riva’s harbour-side terrace is the place to watch the yachties drift in before joining the party at the stylish bars, clubs, and restaurants. 
Accomodation Adriana, hvar spa hotel"
Day6-7.Dubrovnik.Head to Dubrovnik.Spend two days here.Walk Dubrovnik with your local guide to see the Franciscan monastery, the Rector’s Palace and Dubrovnik Cathedral. Ride a cable car up Mount Srd for fantastic city views. Later, watch silk weavers at work on a fascinating Artisan Visit in Konavle. Return to your hotel.Accomodation Villa Dubrovnik
Day 8-10.Montenegro.SVETI STEFAN - 3 NIGHTS.Take the two-and-a-half-hour drive over the border to the luxurious Aman resort on the private island of Sveti Stefan in Montenegro – possibly one of our favourite places on the planet. A 15th century fortified village, its walls hiding winding cobbled streets, ancient churches and a central piazza, the buildings have been meticulously restored to 50 spacious rooms, suites and cottages.
Day 11-On your final day drive back to Dubrovnik airport and fly back home

VIP Experience

Hotel Vestibul Palace.Split.Hotel Vestibul Palace is located in the heart of Diocletian’s Palace, surrounded by ancient Roman walls. It offers elegant, bright rooms with handmade furniture and free Wi-Fi.The hotel is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World. Main city sights like the Peristil, the Saint Duje Cathedral and the Riva promenade are only a few steps away.Villa Dobric, with 4 rooms and a café bar, is located 250 meters from the hotel main building, just a few metres from the Fruit Square. The square used to be the heart of the ancient Split. It is across the church of the Lady of Dobric
Adriana, hvar spa hotel.Hvar's spa boutique hotel perfectly located and uniquely designed for the ultimate in relaxation and romantic experience. A luxury spa oasis for your most stylish and revitalising summer vacation.With clean lines accentuated by fine textured linens, intricately patterned fabrics, splashes of rich color, warm wood tones, and natural materials, the rooms at Adriana are designed to complement the sensory experience and health benefits gained from the hotelʼs spa facilities.
Villa Dubrovnik.Welcome to Villa Dubrovnik, Croatian most exclusive and most awarded boutique hotel introducing an unprecedented level of luxury and style to one of the world's most famous cities.Prominently positioned on the cliffs above the Dubrovnik's prestigious St. Jacob precinct, newly renovated Villa Dubrovnik is minutes from the fortified beauty of the Old City cultural landmarks and few steps to everything that Dubrovnik offers to it's guests for centuries.With spectacular views of the Old City and Island Lokrum, all 56 residences of the Villa Dubrovnik provides legendary service as they embodies contemporary luxury and refined elegance.
"Aman Sveti Stefan.Attached to the coast by a narrow isthmus, this charming seaside hideaway pairs cobbled lanes, shaded courtyards and 600-year-old red-tiled roofs with three pink-sand beaches and the august Villa Milocer on the mainland.A fortified village dating back to the 15th century, Aman Sveti Stefan’s Cottages are accessed via stone footpaths and staircases designed to follow the organic contours of the island. Each Room, Cottage and Suite is unique.Former royal summer residence Villa Milocer is home to Suites that overlook the sea and Sveti Stefan or preside over the lush parkland grounds, where more than 800 olive trees are planted amid ancient cedar and pine forests.legant and understated with rustic detailing and natural materials, Aman Sveti Stefan’s variety of dwellings all retain the historic air and ambience of their surrounds. Original stone walls and wooden beams lend character in some, while soft furnishings harmoniously blend a subtle palette of creams and browns throughout. All are uniquely laid out and many offer ocean views.Former royal summer residence Villa Milocer is home to Suites that overlook the sea and Sveti Stefan or preside over the lush parkland grounds, where more than 800 olive trees are planted amid ancient cedar and pine forests.

Package Details

Reap all the benefits of Croatia and Montenegro in this self-drive holiday,If Croatia’s history and culture have always appealed, but you also want some glamour and buzz, then the vibrant city of Split and party island of Hvar are our top pick for a luxury holiday. Stay in character-packed, boutique hotels; wander Roman ruins, and then as the sun goes down, head to the glittering harbours for partying and people-watching, with enchanting Dubrovnik as your central base throughout.then south to Montenegro’s serene Bay of Kotor and Perast, parking your car at hand-picked hotels.
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Split
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Hvar
  • 2 Nights in Dubrovnik
  • 3 Nights in Sveti Stefani
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -.Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
Best Time to Visit:
Best weather comes between April and September, which also is the main tourist period. Temperatures start warming up in April, though itS still too cool for swimming and spring rains are common. In May and June, temperatures nationwide are warmer and days longer, making this an ideal time to visit. In September, the weather is still warm but without the sweltering heat of July and August.

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