…Dalmatia is historically an extremely rich part of Croatia and in each city you will have to see so many things…
We are taking you to 7 Dalmatian cities + Međugorje to show you why we proudly present Dalmatia as a tourist destination.
Dalmatia is so much more than just “a few islands” – it is a complete story which we will gladly show you. We are also proud to show you the hospitality of Dalmatian people as well as traditional Dalmatian cuisine prepared by your hosts.
In one sentence – discover Dalmatian life in this week with us!
Day 1 Split – Villa
Day 2 Villa – Međugorje
Day 3 Villa – Split – Trogir
Day 4 Villa – Zadar
Day 5 Villa – Skradin – Šibenik
Day 6 Villa – Dubrovnik
Day 7 Villa – Rest day
DAY 1 SPLIT – VILLA
After 12 o’clock – Still jetlagged after your flight? The best place to rest is villa Sveta. Enjoy its beauty and meals prepared by your hosts
DAY 2 VILLA – MEĐUGORJE
After breakfast, we will be on our way to Međugorje.
Since 1981, it has become a popular site of religious pilgrimage due to reports of apparitions of the Virgin Mary to six local Catholics. After visiting Međugorje the perfect place to have lunch is Etno selo Herceg, near Međugorje.
This will be a heaven for people who like to experience good food, for those who are searching for a break from an everyday routine. When we come back to your villa, we will have freshly made dinner waiting for you.
From the beginning of Međugorje apparitions in June 1981, Međugorje became an important place of pilgrimage and encouragement, faith and spiritual life for millions of people and thousands of prayer groups. Many people experience God’s grace and presence in their hearts in this place and often become motivated to lead a better, more valuable life.
A life with love and heart opened for God and people, life of prayer and communion with God. Prayers, changed lifestyles, humanitarian activities and projects influenced or inspired by Međugorje without doubt help make this world a better place. Maybe even more than people think.
DAY 3 VILLA – SPLIT – TROGIR
After breakfast we start our trip towards Dalmatian pearls: Split and Trogir. The first stop is Split where our well-informed guide will show you all the beauties of the town.
After Split, we will go to Trogir, only 20 km away. Before exploring the town of Trogir we will stop for lunch. After that our guide will show you all the sights and monuments and let you spend your afternoon exploring the town. The dinner is waiting for you in your villa.
The city of Trogir is like a living museum. Lovers of historic monuments, artwork, indigenous buildings and beautiful streets will enjoy Trogir tremendously.
Split, “the most beautiful city in the world”: the city that lives in slow motion you’ll soon adapt to.
Experience the feeling that every day is a holiday. Squares, restaurants and bars are vivid, crowded with people. Take a stroll down the city promenade “Riva” refreshed by the wind “maestral” in the summer and in the winter bathed in the Mediterranean sun and protected from the cold by its “coat” – the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian
DAY 4 VILLA – ZADAR
After breakfast, today’s adventure will take us to Zadar.
After an astonishing tour across this historically rich city we will organize lunch for you.
Our guide will show you all the splendour of this city.
During the afternoon you will enjoy this place at your own pace and after that we will go to our villa where our hosts will be waiting for us with a delicious dinner
Zadar county is very welcoming, with its 300 islands and islets, playful sea, with one of the most indented coastlines on the Mediterranean, and thousands of years of cultural heritage.
Pleasant climate, enchanting protected nature, cultural and historical monuments of the 3,000-year-old Zadar on the eve of being included in the UNESCO World Heritage List make it a place where ancient heritage is joined with modern attractions such as the Sea Organ. You will understand immediately why 70 percent of 1,5 million tourists coming to this region yearly always come back.
DAY 5 VILLA – SKRADIN – ŠIBENIK
Today is reserved for exploring two beautiful towns: Skradin and Šibenik. The first stop is Skradin, a picturesque little town where we will have a lunch. Afterwards, we will set off for Šibenik where our guide will show you all the significant sights.
After today’s experience we are going back to our villa to have dinner and enjoy
Šibenik is a historic town in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, industrial, transport and tourist centre of Šibenik-Knin county. The central church in Šibenik, the Cathedral of St James, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
In the town of Šibenik there are four fortresses:
- St Nicholas is a fortress located at sea, at the entrance of Šibenik’s port.
- St Michael fortress
- St John fortress
- Šubićevac fortress
Skradin is a small town in Šibenik-Knin county of Croatia, with a population about 3,986 (2001 census). It is located near the river Krka and at the entrance to National Park Krka, 17 km from Šibenik and 100 km from Split. The main attraction of the park is a series of waterfalls, Slapovi Krke, the biggest of which, Skradinski buk, was named after Skradin.
DAY 6 VILLA- DUBROVNIK
After having breakfast at our villa we will go to Dubrovnik where we will spend our whole day. We will make a lunch stop in an amazing restaurant in the middle of the city. Our guide will show you all the magnificence of this famous city.
This day is full of adrenaline, so we need to charge up with a good dinner which is already on our table in villa
The city was founded in the 7th century and it is now surrounded by the fortress wall 2 km long, which was being built from the 11th to the 17th century. Its citizens were known as seamen and tradesmen, and sailboats from Dubrovnik were sailing all around the world.
The 15th and the 16th centuries were the best period of Dubrovnik and it is known as “The Golden Age”. But in 1667 Dubrovnik experienced a major setback when a big earthquake almost destroyed the city. It was the centre of the Republic of Dubrovnik that went down at the beginning of the 19th century with the arrival of Napoleon. Throughout its history, due to its beauty, Dubrovnik has always attracted and fascinated numerous inquisitives, travellers, adventurers and others, just as it does even today. The main Dubrovnik street Stradun, unique for its charm, is the centre of the old city and favourite gathering place of its citizens.
With its 17 monasteries and churches and one of the oldest synagogues in Europe, Dubrovnik testifies its religious and cultural heritage. Numerous cultural sights, clear sea, friendly hosts and local specialities will make your stay in Dubrovnik unforgettable.
DAY 7 VILLA – REST DAY
After eating up our breakfast, we have the whole day to enjoy at our villa.