Split | Dubrovnik | Sveti Stefan
Undiscovered Charm of Adriatic Sea
Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, these destinations are called “Pearl of the Adriatic” for apparent reason. From a palace for a retired Roman Emperor, 2-kilometers-long walled city of Dubrovnik, and a small islet with a 5-star hotel resort on the Adriatic Coast. Feast your eyes throughout the journey.
April – October
8 Days | 7 Nights
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Day 1 - 3
Split | 3 Nights
Upon your arrival in Split or Dubrovnik International Airport, you will be escorted back to your hotel to have a free time exploring the ancient Roman palace and the nightlife surrounding it, or have a rest after your flight.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia. It is a dynamic and vibrant holiday resort that turns into life over the lively summer season. Its pulsating heart is concentrated in the compact Old Town, composed of the orderly streets and monuments of the imposing Roman emperor’s abode.
Just a stone´s throw away from the Palace, Riva, the evocative seafront promenade, runs parallel to the city in a hub of activities that buzzes with life since the early hours – wealthy in shops, cafes and bars, the seafront boardwalk is where both locals and tourists congregate day and night, mingling and mixing
Here are some of the experiences we arranged for you that you should not miss while you’re here.
Explore Bisevo, Hver and Pakleni Islands by Private Motor Boat
Your first destination is the island of Biševo and visit to Modra Špilja (the Blue Cave) in the Balun Cove, accessible only by a boat. On a sunny day, when the sea is calm, sunbeams penetrate through an underwater opening and the effect of the sea bottom reflecting and illuminating the cave with azure color is incredible.
Continue to Pakleni Archipelago, located off the southwest coast of the island of Hvar, opposite the entrance to the Hvar town. The name is popularly translated as Hells’ islands (pakleni: hellish), but it originally derives from paklina, an archaic word, from which pakleni too is derived, that means “tar”, and in this case refers to the pine resin once used to coat ships that was harvested on these islands.
Blessed with 2724 hours of sunshine every year, the lavender island of Hvar is called ‘Croatian Madeira’. The island of Hvar is the only Croatian island listed among the top 10 islands in the world! The sunny days, the surrounding crystal blue waters with nearby seductive islands, ancient villages, innumerable lavender fields, olive plantations and vineyards, enchanting stone streets and old Venetian palaces of the proud town of Hvar, are some of the reasons why everybody today is talking about Hvar
Krka Waterfalls National Park
Private guided walking tour of Krka National Park (1-hour drive from Split) and Šibenik followed by exclusive wine pairing dinner at Pelegrini restaurant.
For such a small country, Croatia has 8 national parks, River Krka being a great highlight for visitors to the Dalmatian coast. With seven falls, the largest and most impressive being Skradinski buk; The Krka River is a karst phenomenon, carving a spectacular canyon out of the limestone, on its 70 kilometers journey from the foothills of Dinaric Alps, to the amazing estuary under the walls of historic Šibenik. Follow the winding wooden paths that traverse emerald pools, to viewpoints of the majestic series of falls, and even go for quick swim. An ethnic museum and shop is housed in the old mills near Skradinski buk. Leaving the splendor of Krka waterfalls behind, continue to the historic city of Šibenik and visit the famous UNESCO protected cathedral of St. James, considered by many the most beautiful in Croatia.
Return transfer to Split after dinner and enjoy your evening at leisure.
Day 4 - 5
Dubrovnik | 2 Nights
Today you will be transferred to Dubrovnik within approximately 3-hours drive.
Few places in the world master the mix of young and modern with the medieval and baroque better than Dubrovnik. The city naturally evolves around the Old Town which is inside the city walls.
The Old Town provides a blend of shops, cafés and bars, a fantastic atmosphere, and some very beautiful sights as you walk along down the Stradun. The squares in the Old Town are lined with bars or restaurants that have outdoor seating, giving the visitors, as well as the locals, a chance to relax with a drink in the sunshine.
Outside the city walls, modern Dubrovnik offers everything you would expect from a Mediterranean country and figs, lemons, oranges and peaches are to be found dangling from the trees in many of the gardens.
Upon arrival to your accommodation, free time for you to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site historic city center, hike up or take a cable car up to the city wall, or have a rest after a long drive.
Day 6 - 8
Sveti Stefan | 2 Nights
This morning you have a private transfer from Dubrovnik to Sveti Stefan with approximate 3 hours’ drive.
You can enjoy Sveti Stefan Beach (pink-pebble beach opposite Sveti Stefan island), King’s Beach (set beneath Villa Miločer, between Sveti Stefan Beach and Queen’s Beach), and Queen’s Beach (exclusive to Aman guests and completely. Secluded. Emerald-green water and pink sand stretching to 130 meters).
Sveti Stefan and Budva Private Tour.
Enjoy a coffee break at a local cafe bar overlooking the island while soaking in amazing panoramic views and hearing interesting stories about the island from your guide. 15-minute transfer to the town of Budva and enjoy a pleasant 1-hour walking tour of the Budva Old Town with your guide.
Visit the Citadel and the St. Trinity church and also Old Town Squares and cobblestone streets.
After lunch, transfer for 1 hour back to Tivat and enjoy rest of the afternoon at your leisure and enjoy a farewell dinner to the live sounds of a local mandolin performer at a lovely resort.
Bay of Kotor & Perast Day Trip
Stop for a short sightseeing tour and photo stop to enjoy views of the two beautiful bay islands the second day of your stay.
Continue on a 20-minute transfer to the town of Kotor, after which the UNESCO-enlisted Kotor Bay got its name; take a 1-hour walking tour of its old town center and the lovely St. Triphon Cathedral with your local guide.
Lunch in a restaurant in Kotor by your own expenses.
Transfer for 10 minutes to the Porto Montenegro complex in the town of Tivat, check in to your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.
One the day of the departure, you have a private transfer from Sveti Stefan to Tivat International Airport for 1-hour drive and have a flight to your flight back to your home country.
End of journey.