Pearls of Adriatic – classic tour

BUS TOURS / relaxed / guided

  • 8 days / 7 nights
  • Dubrovnik, Opatija, Zadar, Rovinj, Šibenik, Split
  • Croatia
  • Hotel Eden, Hotel Ambasador, Hotel Kolovare, Boutique Hotel More

Highlights

  • a real gems of Croatian coast
  • culture, history, food, wine, tradition
  • make lifetime memories
from - EUR per person
  • OVERVIEW
  • ITINERARY

If you want the perfect way to fully experience Croatian Pearls, you’ve come to the right place.

On this journey, experience everything Croatia has best to offer. From its culture to its history, from its fantastic food to its local wines, incredible and breathtaking towns and villages in all simplicity.

Fell in love with its coast and sea. Discover stunning Rovinj, Opatija, enjoy in the most spectacular sunset in Zadar where the „sea organ“ let the ocean make music. Indulge in the history of Roman emperor Diocletian, exploring his palace in Split. Learn more about picturesque Šibenik and stunning Dubrovnik as the “Pearl of the Adriatic.”

Croatia is indeed full of life. Spend your luxury holiday in our luxury hotels in Croatia.

DAY 1 – ARRIVAL


where:
Rovinj

accommodation:
Hotel Eden (4*) Rovinj

taste:
– rich buffet dinner in hotel Eden

DAY 2 – ROVINJ


where:
Rovinj, Opatija

accommodation:
Hotel Ambasador (5*) Opatija

explore:
Rovinj is a city on the western coast of Istria and it is one of the leading tourist destinations on the Adriatic thanks to its healthy, mediterranean climate. Its distinctive microclimate is reason for tourism development which started in the 19th century. The Church of St. Euphemia, often known as the Basilica of St. Euphemia (although it is not formally a basilica minor), is a Baroque church located in the heart of the historic part of Rovinj, dominating the town.

taste:
– buffet breakfast in Hotel Eden
– buffet dinner in Hotel Ambasador

total distance
approx. 102km

 

DAY 3 – OPATIJA


where:
Opatija

accommodation:
Hotel Ambasador (5*) Opatija

explore:
Opatija is both a winter and summer destination for tourists, wellness lovers and everyone who likes to spend a holiday at the seaside. A fashionable resort in the 19th century, it’s dotted with Habsburg-era villas. The Lungomare is a promenade that snakes along the coastline, offering views of the town and neighboring islands. The 1800s Villa Angiolina, set in a garden of exotic plants, houses the Croatian Museum of Tourism. Parts of St. Jacob’s Church date from the 16th century. Visit the Croatian Walk of Fame and the small harbour known locally as Portić, and take a picture with the famous statue of the Girl with the Seagull.

taste:
– buffet breakfast and dinner in Hotel Ambasador

DAY 4


where:
Opatija, Zadar

accommodation:
Hotel Kolovare (4*)

explore:
Zadar is an ancient city, built in the center of the Croatian Adriatic, full of historical and cultural monuments. It is three thousand years old, a city of old, tumultuous and dynamic history, often destructed, looted, devastated, every time emerging from the ruins stronger, richer and more beautiful. Zadar is a city rich in spirutual and material culture, as well as in a touristic identity created in the present. It was created around the Roman forum, a city inside well-kept walls, a city of old Croatian monuments. Sea Organ is situated on the western end of Zadar’s Riva, and can be observed as a differently shaped part of the coast which consists of several stairs that descend into the sea. This site is a blend of human ideas and skills and the energy of the sea, waves, tide and flood, a place for relaxation, contemplation and conversation while listening to an endless concert of mystic harmonies of the “Orchestra of Nature”.

taste:
buffet breakfast in Hotel Ambasador
buffet dinner in Hotel Kolovare

 

DAY 5 – ŠIBENIK


where:
Zadar, Šibenik, Rogoznica

accommodation:
4* hotel near Šibenik

explore:
Šibenik, a gem in the Croatian Adriatic, is situated along the mouth of Krka on the most picturesque part of the eastern Adriatic coast. As the oldest Croatian autochtonous town it was first mentioned in 1066 during the reign of the Croatian King Kresimir IV. The rich cultural and historical heritage of the city is visible in the impressive Cathedral of sv. Jakov (St. Jacob), built by the famous architect Juraj Dalmatinac and is under UNESCO protection. Numerous churches, monasteries, palaces and four fortresses ‘frame’ the city, and also testify to the perseverance, renunciation and faith of generations of people of Šibenik.

taste:
– buffet breakfast in Hotel Kolovare
– buffet dinner in 4* hotel near Šibenik

 

DAY 6 – SPLIT


where:
Rogoznica, Trogir, Split, Dubrovnik

accommodation:
5* hotel in Dubrovnik

explore:
Split – “The most beautiful city on the Mediterranean”- for decades this city was so described by its visitors who are always impressed by the old town which looks like the background for the historical movie. The only Roman emperor that volunterely left his trown was emperor Diokletianus and exactly he, in 3 ct. AD, built the palace where today stands the city of Split. East and west wall of the palace are 216 m long, on the south 181 m and north 175 m. Trogir, whose value of its old town has been recognized by the world and it is on the UNESCO list of the world cultural heritage. Trogir is sometimes called a city-museum because of its rich cultural heritage and intact authentic architecture.

taste:
buffet breakfast in 4* hotel near Šibenik
buffet dinner in 5* hotel in Dubrovnik

 

DAY 7 – DUBROVNIK


where:
Dubrovnik

accommodation:
5* hotel in Dubrovnik

explore:
Huge sturdy stone walls enclose Dubrovnik’s historic centre and it is possible to walk along them to enjoy the best views of the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and the surrounding lush green islands. Dubrovnik’s Baroque churches, monasteries and palaces; its Renaissance fountains and facades, are all intertwined with gleaming wide marble-paved squares, steep cobbled streets and houses, all of which have also remained unchanged for centuries. Dubrovnik has been a prominent Game of Thrones filming location since Season 2, as King’s Landing, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms. Also, the Old Pharmacy in Franciscan Monastery in Dubrovnik is one among the oldest pharmacies in Europe. It was founded in 1317 as an in-house pharmacy for Franciscan friars which was later introduced to the public servicing the whole Town’s population and even beyond the town’s walls.

taste:
buffet breakfast and dinner in 5* hotel in Dubrovnik

 

DAY 8 – DEPARTURE


where:
Dubrovnik

accommodation:
5* hotel in Dubrovnik

taste:
buffet breakfast in 5* hotel in Dubrovnik

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