Wine, dine, kayak 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 Hvar – the sunniest Croatian island and renowned for having a vibrant nightlife. From there, take a trip to lesser-known Vis before boarding a 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. All of our trips are flightless in destination, with 100% of all carbon emissions offset. It's just part of how we see the world while being good to it.
Just outside the Old Town, this elegant boutique hotel is ideally located for exploring Split. Expect light, airy rooms with contemporary furnishings, and a wellness centre featuring a Finnish sauna, Turkish bath, tepidarium and a jacuzzi.
This luxury resort, on a secluded bay just outside the center of Hvar town, offers superb views of the Adriatic Sea and nearby Paklinski islands. Take advantage of the multi-level freshwater pool, rooftop and beachside restaurants, and exclusive beach club, where you can enjoy a soothing massage.
This seafront hotel, an easy walk from Korčula town, features indoor and outdoor pools, a wellness centre with a Finnish sauna and steam bath, a terrace bar, and a restaurant serving a wide selection of local and international dishes. Expect comfortable, air-conditioned rooms with wood-panelled walls.
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.