Beach, Sun and Fun in Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Brac and Split

Voyage en liberté d’île en île La Croatie et ses îles

Beach, Sun and Fun in Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Brac and Split

A country of 698 islands, Croatia is known for its seascapes and landscapes. If you would like to go there, we suggest several travel ideas to allow you to visit and discover some of the most beautiful sites such as Dubrovnik, Korcula, Hvar, Brac and Split at your own independent pace. Take this opportunity to escape and enjoy the magnificent scenery by road or by sea. 

This itinerary can be adjusted to your personnel needs and preferences.


  • Independent tour

  • Walk the city walls of Dubrovnik 

  • Outdoor activities and cultural discoveries in Korcula

  • Hvar, the Croatian St-Tropez

  • Zlatni Rat beach in Brac

  • The old town of Split, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • Swim in the stunning crystal-clear blue waters 

  • Sample regional wines and fresh seafood





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Travel Information

Code: CAE3

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Departure from Montreal to Dubrovnik

Arrival in Dubrovnik and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free.

Dubrovnik, known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. Today it is the feather in the touristic cap of Croatia, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful cities on the Mediterranean. The old city is surrounded by medieval ramparts which have been preserved in their original form and which are an important attraction open to visitors. The entire city is a living monument and a treasure trove of history.

Start your visit in Stradum (also called Placa), the liveliest place in the city where tourists and locals mingle. Discover the town through its gates and behind the walls, dating from the 13th and 14th centuries. On the way you will pass Bokar Tower, the Lovrijenac Fortress and the Minceta Tower where the hit series Game of Thrones was filmed. Don’t miss the Dubrovnik Cathedral and its many 13th century treasures like the relics of Saint Blaise, the city’s patron saint. Finally, take a walk around Loggia Square.
There are many typical dishes in Croatia such as smoked ham, sheep’s cheese and Octopus salad. Strukli with cheese and black risotto with cuttlefish ink and stuffed peppers are just a few of the many offerings.

Dubrovnik’s food scene offers a variety of local dishes as well as excellent regional wines such as Pantarul. Try Kopun as well; besides their signature kopun, we recommend the sporki makaruli, a pasta dish served with a beef sauce flavored with cinnamon, red wine and bay leaves.

Main attractions in Dubrovnik: Stradun, Bokar Tower, Lovrijenac Fortress, Minceta Tower

Overnight in Dubrovnik 

Transfer to the port and ferry to Korcula. Transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free.

The old town of Korcula is crisscrossed by narrow lanes that extend from the main street like a fishbone. The architecture is mainly influenced by the Venetian Renaissance. The old city center is dominated by the splendid Gothic/Renaissance style St. Mark’s Cathedral, completed in the 15th century and located on the site of a former 13th century church.

Legend has it that Marco Polo was born in Korcula and his birthplace is worth a visit. The house is protected by the Korcula Town Hall and will soon be transformed into a museum.

Main attractions in Korcula: Marco Polo’s house, Lumbarda wine region, St-Mark’s Church

Meals: Breakfast 
Overnight in Korcula

Free day to discover the island.

You can cycle around the vineyards of Lumbarda (organized by the Korcula Tourist Office), an unforgettable tour that offers the pleasures of exercise, wonderful sceneries and wine tasting. End the day by attending a show typical of the area, the Moreska, during which participants fight in period costumes and swords (fake, of course…).

Korcula is known for its many restaurants serving typical dishes. Adio Mare serves an unpretentious Italian-influenced Dalmatian dishes with a focus on seafood. Another recommendation is Filippi, serving Dalmatian cuisine with a flair for seafood and is prepared with locally sourced ingredients. The dishes here tend to be solid and safe rather than bold or adventurous. Try the local wines including some from Peljasac and the nearby island of Hvar.

Meals: Breakfast
Overnight in Korcula 

Transfer to the port and ferry to Hvar. Transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free.

The city of Hvar, located on the queen of the Dalmatian islands, is the oldest touristic center in Dalmatia. It is rich in interesting historic monuments such as the 16th century theatre and the 13th century arsenal. These beautiful monuments, surrounded by various ancient palaces, make up a melting pot of architectural and cultural styles. Take the time to visit the Franciscan Monastery known for its many works of art like Ingoli’s “Last Supper”.

Why not discover some of the beaches the rest of the day? Hvar is known as the jet setting Saint Tropez of Croatia with relaxing white sand and blue ocean to enjoy. For the active types, don’t miss exploring the fortress of Spanjola, or get lost in the narrow streets of the city center. On your way back you will pass some of the most visited sites like St. Stephen’s Square, the Clock Tower and Saint Stephen’s Cathedral.

Main attractions in Hvar: St. Stephen the 1st Cathedral, Clock Tower, Franciscan Monastery, Spanjola Fortress

Meals: Breakfast
Overnight in Hvar 

Free day to discover the island.

On your second day, get away from Hvar and head to Pakleni Islands, an archipelago only few minutes away that you can reach by rented boat or guided tour. The Palkeni Islands are perfect for basking in the sun and swimming in the transparent blue waters of the Adriatic. Spend the day relaxing or explore the many small coves in the area. If you are the sporty type, you can opt for a day of kayaking

Meals: Breakfast
Overnight in Hvar 

Transfer to the port and ferry to Bol. Transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free.

Bol is a town on the south coast of the Island of Brac, a popular Croatian holiday destination. The main attraction here is Zlatni Rat (Cap d’Or), a pebble beach that stretches for more than 500 meters along the sea with ever-changing currents. There are many other beaches around Bol as well as beautiful private coves.

The island of Brac has an ideal climate, with mild and mostly moist winters and hot and sunny summers thanks to seasonal winds. The winds from the west make life easier on hot summer days and can turn Bol into a surfers’ paradise.

Meals: Breakfast
Overnight in Bol 

Free day to discover the island.

We suggest that you take some time to taste the local wines of Bol. The Stina Vineyard is the perfect place to learn about Croatian wine culture which, of course, goes hand in hand with the discovery of the local cuisine. Try the Vagabundo which offers typical local dishes, as well as the Konoba Vallum and the Teresa Santo, both of which will delight you with their flavours and their views.

Meals: Breakfast
Overnight in Bol 

Transfer to the port and ferry to Split. Transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free.

Split is a historic city built about 1700 years ago and preserved by the local population in order to bring history alive. Take a walking tour of Diocletian’s imperial palace, the most famous monument in the city. It is one of the largest and most important structures in Split, an architectural must-see and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

End the day in Riva which has a newly renovated seaside promenade where you can stroll for hours among the many cafes and shops. If you have time, why not discover the Fortress of Klis located 30 minutes from Split, which was the preferred residence of many royal figures.

For your culinary pleasure we recommend that you go to Konoba Fetivi, a small, simple establishment offering delicious local dishes such as black risotto, grilled meat and apple strudel for dessert. Ostarija u Vidakovi is another typical restaurant where you can eat beef with gnocchi or “pasticada stew”. At the welcoming Konoba Korta, you can enjoy cuisine that is more focused on fish and fresh seafood.

Main attractions in Split: Diocletian’s Palace, Klis Fortress, Riva Promenade

Meals: Breakfast
Overnight in Split 

Transfer to Split airport for your return flight to Montreal.

Meals: Breakfast 



Daily departures from May to September 2022


This trip includes:

  • Flights Montreal to Dubrovnik and return Split Montreal

  • Catamarans/Ferries Dubrovnik/Korcula/Hvar/Brac/Split in economy class

  • All transfers between airport/ports and hotels

  • 8 nights in double occupancy in a standard room, hotels according to the chosen category

  • 8 breakfasts

  • Airport taxes

This trip does not include:

  • Any activities, tours or entrance fees to monuments
  • Items of personal nature such as mini-bar, safety-box, wi-fi etc.
  • Tips and baggage handling at airports/ports & hotels
  • Croatia Tourist tax
  • All types of travel or personal insurance
  • PCR tests
  • Anything not stated explicitly in the inclusions
  • Contribution to the Compensation Fund for Customers of Travel Agents: 3.50$ per 1000$

Featured Hotels

Package in superior hotels (or similar)
Dubrovnik Neptun 4*
Korcula Marco Polo 4*
Hvar Riva 4*
Bowl Blue Sun Elaphusa 4*
Split Corner 4*

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