Book our three centre holiday to Kotor in Montenegro and Croatia and Split in Croatia and visit three superb destinations. Start your holiday in Kotor, famous for its beautiful setting on the bay, then head to Dubrovnik, the 'Pearl of the Adriatic', famous for its walled old town and excellent day trip opportunities. Split is last on the itinerary, known for its Roman Diocletian Palace and nearby islands.
Daily between April and October (subject to which airport you fly from)
Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds Bradford, London Gatwick, London Heathow, London Stansted, Manchester,
Fly to Tivat or Dubrovnik. Fly back from Split (or vice versa).
►Flexibility: this holiday is fully customisable therefore you choose your preferred duration, hotel, room type, board & number of nights in each location
► Direct return flights from the UK
► Quality assured accommodation
► Private airport transfers
► Private transfer between Kotor, Dubrovnik and Split. Between Dubrovnik and Split you can opt for the cheaper option of taking the catamaran (fast ferry)
► Your holiday is ATOL and TTA Protected for your peace of mind
Nestled in the corner of Kotor Bay, this delightful resort oozes character and charm. Now holding UNESCO world heritage protection, the Old Town features a mighty ring of defensive walls containing a captivating labyrinth of twisting stone-paved streets leading to a selection of palaces, museums and squares. Enjoy the relaxed rhythm of life in Kotor and soak up the serenity and beauty that surrounds this delightful town.
The old town, a UNESCO world heritage site, celebrated for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage boasts entire streets and buildings perfectly preserved to create an awe-inspiring Roman environment. Dotted with spectacular beaches, the lush vegetation, sun-soaked cafes and stunning architecture along with the extensive selection of hotels, sights and activities, guarantees every tourist’s taste is catered for, making Dubrovnik a perfect Balkan escape.
Croatia's second largest city with a 1,700 year history, Split remains one of the Adriatic's most fascinating ports and is an important link to many of the nearby islands. It is home to a wealth of museums and other cultural assets, including one of the world's most impressive Roman monuments, the Diocletian's Palace, a dramatic UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fine standard of quality accommodation along with the reliable Dalmatian sunshine ensures a Split holiday will be a memorable experience.
This is sample itinerary. All our holidays are flexible therefore you can tailor your holiday to suit you.
Arrive at Dubrovnik or Tivat Airport, where a private transfer will meet you in arrivals and take you directly to your chosen Kotor Hotel. Spend the rest of the day finding your feet and marvel at this beautiful location.
The walled town of Kotor dates back to the 12th century, full of history. It's situated on the awe-inspiring Kotor bay. Climb the city walls for incredible views of the bay, then explore more of what the old town has to offer.
Take one of the regular buses, or taxi to Budva. Situated on the coast, the old town of Budva is another jewel in this country's chest. Then spend your last afternoon lazing on the beach.
Check out of your Kotor hotel then a private transfer will take you directly to your chosen Dubrovnik Hotel. Head into the old town, a UNESCO world heritage site, celebrated for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage boasts entire streets and buildings perfectly preserved to create an awe-inspiring Roman environment. Walk the city walls and head up the cable car for unbelievable views!
These delightful islands between 20 minutes and an hour from Dubrovnik offers a great island hopping day trip. If a sandy beach is what you’re after, head for Sunj Beach on Lopud Island where a wide horse-shoe bay awaits. Sipan island is a tranquil haven and great for walking and exploring. Kolocep is the closest island and offers pretty beach coves and pine covered hills. Another highly recommended day trip from Dubrovnik is Mljet National Park. This large area includes two azure salt lakes and is surrounded by pine forest. It’s a great place to explore by foot, bicycle and kayak. The waters are also very warm and clear, so having a dip is also highly recommended.
Cavtat is one of Croatia’s lesser-known gems oozing in character and charm, it is perched astride a wooded peninsula and located around 30 minutes drive from Dubrovnik, you can spend your time beach-side, exploring or simply relaxing with a good book.
Check out of your hotel in Dubrovnik and your private transfer will take you to your chosen Split hotel. Head out to the Diocletian Palace and explore this fantastic old town
Probably Croatia's most famous island, Hvar is a great day trip from Split being only an hour away by catamaran. Venetian architecture, elegant restaurants and superb local islands await. Covering 142 square metres, Krk NP 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.
We offer cruises of 2 different categories of ships for this cruise; Premium & Premium Superior. Premium offer a more traditional look, whereas the Premium Superior are recently built and larger. All ships are different in design however each category has the same facilities and amenities on board including en suites, complimentary Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Other benefits are included during your cruise depending on the category ship.
We offer cruises of 2 different categories of ships for this cruise; Deluxe and Deluxe Superior. All ships are different in design however each category has the same facilities and amenities on board including en suites, complimentary Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Other benefits are included during your cruise depending on the category ship.
Deluxe ships are 42-47m in length, modern and state of the art with spacious sun decks, hot tub and sun beds. Deluxe Superior ships are at least 47m in length and are best vessels on the Adriatic. They offer the same on board facilities as Deluxe category but are built with the highest quality materials.
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