Split and Brac Twin Centre Holiday - Balkan Escape

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Split and Brac Twin Centre

Enjoy both city and beach with this excellent two centre Croatian holiday

Combine city exploring with island relaxation on this popular two centre route. Combine some of Croatia’s historical sights and sounds in the fascinating city of Split with time for relaxation the island of Brac, one of Croatia’s largest island.

 

What's Included:

► Direct return flights

► Quality assured accommodation

► Airport transfers

► Your holiday is ATOL and TTA Protected for your peace of mind

Fully customisable, your choice of:

► Duration

► Accommodation, room type and board

► Number of nights in each location

 

7 Nights from

£749 per person

Includes Return Flights, Accommodation and Airport Transfers
 
 

 

Your holiday at a glance

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Ideal for:

Day Trips, History & Culture, Relaxing, National Parks

 

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Departure Dates:

Daily between May and October (subject to which airport you fly from)

 

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Fly from:

See "UK Departure Airports" below for details of where you can fly from

 

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Flights:

Fly to Split. Fly back from Split.

 

Destinations

Split

Background to Split:  Famous for its UNESCO heritage protection, the wonderful city of Split is home to the famous palace, bearing the Roman emperor Diocletian's name, It contains a wealth of history and culture. Split is also an excellent base for exploring the wider region. Visit the nearby Krka National Park, a beautiful location with stunning waterfalls. Or visit the the nearby town of Trogir, with its delightful old town dating back to the 13th century.

 

Hvar

Background to Brac: Connect to Brac Island by ferry or catamaran from Split which takes around an hour. Enjoy wonderful quaint towns and villages on the north side of the island, including Supetar, Postira and Sutivan. Relax on the beaches and dine out in the evening at restaurants serving delicious sea-food dishes. Bol on the south coast is home to the famous finger shaped Zlatni Rat Beach. 

 

Sample Itinerary

 

Day 1 - Split

Arrive at Split Airport, where a private transfer will meet you in arrivals and take you directly to your chosen Split Hotel. Head out to the Diocletian Palace and explore this fantastic old town

Day 2 - Split: Day Trip Idea - Trogir

Another of Croatia’s UNESCO sites, Trogir is a very picturesque town, not far from Split, offering a rich history, plenty of culture and excellent food. This historic town evolved within its medieval city walls, on a small island connected by bridges to both the mainland and the island of Ciovo. Trogir is very easy to get to from Split. There are regular coach services from the main bus station throughout the day and in summer there’s also a passenger ferry that takes around one hour.

Day 3 - Split: Day Trip Idea - Krka National Park

Covering 142 square metres, this is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It’s famous for its magnificent waterfalls, including the famous Skradinski Buk, a collection of 17 waterfalls that range in height of 45 metres. Easily accessible by coach or an organised excursion, it's a perfect day trip from Split

Day 4 - Brac

Check out of your hotel and head to Brac by catamaran or ferry depending on where you choose to stay on the island, duration approximately 1 hour. Check in to your chosen hotel and spend the rest of your day relaxing by the pool or beach.

Day 5 - Brac - Day Trip Idea: Explore the Island

The island boasts an array of stunning villages including Postira, Pucisca and Lovrecina, offering tranquil retreats amidst beautiful historical settings. These charming spots are just waiting to be explored, adding that extra little something to an already perfect escape. It’s easy to get to these little havens from Supetar, as all buses on Brac start and end in Supetar and are operated by Autotrans.

Day 6 - Brac

Spend the day catching up some R&R. Have some me time on the beach or by the pool reading that booking you've been meaning to start

Day 7 - Brac: Day Trip Idea - Korcula

Renowned for being the reputed birthplace of Marco Polo, Korcula offers a rich history and excellent beaches. Its fascinating Old Town is of course a little smaller than Dubrovnik’s but is still a wonderful place to explore. You can easily get to Korcula from Bol, Brac, by catamaran which takes around 1hr 50mins.

Available UK Airport Departures

 

  • London City
  • London Gatwick
  • London Heathrow
  • London Luton
  • London Stansted
  • Belfast
  • Bristol
  • Birmingham
  • East Midlands
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • Leeds Breadford
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle

2019 Pricing

 

Sample itinerary is based upon:

  • 2 people sharing 3 nights in a 4 star hotel in Split, B&B, low season (Early May & October). Other hotels are available.
  • 2 people sharing 4 nights in a 4 star hotel in Brac, B&B, low season (Early May & October). Other hotels are available.
  • Return flights from London Gatwick, regional departures available
  • Private transfers and catamaran/ferry tickets

Price Guide by season:

Please note this is a rough guide based on booking at least 20 weeks in advance. Air fares usually increase considerably nearer to the departure date. Other hotels are available of varying star rating and price. All holidays from Balkan Escape are tailor-made. The itinerary on this page is just a suggestion.

Low Season: 
£729pp
(Early May and October)
Mid Season: 
£979pp
(Mid May to Early June and late September)
High Season: 
£1149pp
(Mid June to Mid September)
 
 
 
 
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  • Preferred Duration
  • Preferred Hotel Type
  • Number of Passengers and age of children (if applicable)
 
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