Wine, dine and cycle along the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia on this eight-day trip. Your journey starts in Split, a port city with beautifully preserved Roman and Venetian architecture, and continues to the island of Vis – with its fascinating military history. From there, take the ferry to Korčula, where you’ll go wine tasting, relax on secluded beaches and sample sumptuous local cuisine. Finally, return to the mainland, stopping to taste fresh oysters en route to Dubrovnik. After exploring the Unesco-listed Old Town, wrap up your trip with a farewell group dinner.
This charming boutique hotel is nestled cheek-to-jowl in the heart of Split’s compact Old Town. And yet, rooms feel light and spacious, with glimpses of the building’s medieval brickwork poking through the crisp white walls. The hotel restaurant, which sets its tables in the outside courtyard, is an atmospheric gem in its own right.
Hidden among the pine trees on the Privovo Peninsula, this beachfront hotel is simple but does the basics well. The coffee terrace is a serene spot to spend the morning, while just below the hotel, the pebbly Privovo beach lies in the dappled shade of tamarisk trees.
All Aminess hotels in Korčula are rated four-star, with chic, stylish rooms, impressive facilities (think outdoor infinity pools, tennis courts and high-end dining options). Locations range from the heart of Korčula town to the yacht-dotted waterfront.
This modern hotel is an excellent base for exploring Dubrovnik’s medieval Old Town, a short bus ride away, and the beautiful coastline of the Lapad peninsula, with easy access to Uvala Lapad beach. Make the most of the spa, jacuzzi, poolside bar and plentiful breakfast buffet.