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Adriatic Discovery: A Croatian Island Expedition

Departing from Seget Donji
Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 7-8 days
Prepare for an unforgettable voyage through the stunning Adriatic Sea. Crystal clear waters, nightlife, rich architectural history, adventurous nature and more.
Join us for memories of a lifetime as we explore the best that Croatia has to offer!
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Sail the Adriatic, Discover the Magic

Embark on a journey through the breathtaking Adriatic Sea with our unforgettable boat tour. 
Our carefully crafted itinerary takes you on a voyage from the vibrant city of Split to the stunning island of Hvar, known for its crystal-clear waters and vibrant nightlife. Next, we'll set sail for the picturesque island of Vis, where you can explore ancient ruins and hidden coves. Then, we'll cruise to the enchanting island of Korčula, famous for its medieval architecture and rich history. Our next stop is the lush island of Mljet, home to stunning national parks and pristine beaches. Finally, we'll end our journey in the historic city of Dubrovnik, where you can walk along the ancient city walls and soak in the breathtaking views. 
For those starting their boat tour in Marina Baotic, Split Airport is the nearest point of arrival. You can quickly embark on your unforgettable sea adventure with a short transfer from the airport at the beginning of your journey. Join us for an adventure of a lifetime as we explore the best that Croatia has to offer!
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Split

Split: Where Ancient Walls Meet Modern Joys

Split is a vibrant Croatian city where the pulse of modern life beats within ancient Roman walls.  Discover its unique blend of history, stunning beaches, and a laid-back Mediterranean atmosphere.

History Whispers Through the Streets

Explore Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the Roman Emperor once lived. Wander its labyrinthine alleys, filled with bustling cafes and shops, a testament to centuries of vibrant life.

Beaches and Crystal Waters

Escape to Bačvice Beach, a lively stretch of sand perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and people-watching. Venture further out and discover hidden coves and pristine islands just a short boat ride away.

Culinary Delights and Cafe Culture

Indulge in fresh seafood and Dalmatian specialties in Split's charming restaurants. Then, sip coffee on the Riva promenade, watching yachts glide by and soaking up the city's infectious energy.

Gateway to Adventure

Use Split as your base to explore the beauty of Croatia. Hike in the Krka National Park with its cascading waterfalls, or sail to the stunning islands of Hvar, Brač, and Vis.

Split: A Blend of Old and New

In Split, discover a city where history seamlessly intertwines with modern life.  Experience the vibrant energy, stunning natural surroundings, and the warmth of Croatian hospitality.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Diocletian's Palace
4.9

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an ancient palace built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century AD. It's one of the most well-preserved Roman monuments in the world and forms the heart of Split's Old Town.

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Bacvice Beach
4.9

This sandy beach is located just a short walk from the city center and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and playing picigin, a traditional Croatian ball game.

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Riva Promenade
4.9

This waterfront promenade is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. It's lined with cafes, restaurants, and shops, and offers beautiful views of the Adriatic Sea.

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Klis Fortress
4.9
Located just outside of Split, Klis Fortress offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding countryside. It's also known for its role in the history of Croatia, having been a key defensive stronghold for centuries.
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Peristyle
4.9

This central square within Diocletian's Palace is surrounded by impressive columns and is often used for concerts and other events. It's a great place to soak in the atmosphere of ancient Roman architecture.

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Nearby Restaurants
Šug Restaurant
4.9

Šug is situated in the heart of Split, slightly removed from the bustling city center. It offers a unique blend of traditional Mediterranean cuisine infused with modern flair. Renowned for its culinary excellence, Šug has been honored with the prestigious Michelin BIB Gourmand award for both 2022 and 2023.

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Bokamorra
4.9

Bokamorra's expansive glass frontage invites diners to indulge in captivating views, yet once inside, the restaurant's charming interior and impeccably presented pizzas and cocktails steal the spotlight. Specializing solely in pizzas, with a dessert option available, Bokamorra boasts the finest pies in town. The eclectic seating arrangements cater to groups, including families, with funky booths enhancing the dining experience. A youthful ambiance permeates the establishment, enhanced by an enticing soundtrack and occasional DJ performances. Knowledgeable staff skillfully pair pizza selections with cocktail recommendations from a bar boasting seasonal specialties. With an impressive array of over 150 spirits, the bar staff concoct cocktails sure to delight the palate.

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Konoba Matejuška
4.9
Nestled in a romantic and tranquil street, Konoba Matejuška offers a delightful escape from the bustling streets of Split. Specializing in the flavors of the Mediterranean, this restaurant tantalizes taste buds with a menu brimming with fresh seafood delicacies. Set against the backdrop of magnificent local palaces, dining here becomes a journey through both culinary excellence and historical charm. With delectable dishes and a welcoming atmosphere, Konoba Matejuška promises a memorable dining experience for all.
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Hvar

Hvar is a beautiful island in Croatia known for its sunny weather, clear blue sea, and lovely towns. It's one of the most famous islands in the Adriatic Sea.

Historic Towns

The main town, also called Hvar, has old buildings and a big fortress on a hill. You can walk up to the fortress to see amazing views of the sea and the island.

Gorgeous Beaches

Hvar has many beaches like Pokonji Dol and Dubovica where you can swim in clear water and relax on the shore.Lavender 

Fields and Nature

The island is also known for its lavender fields, olive trees, and vineyards. You can explore the countryside to see beautiful nature and maybe buy some lavender oil.

Cute Streets and Fun Nights

Hvar Town has narrow streets with shops, cafes, and restaurants. At night, it's a lively place with bars and parties, especially popular with young people.

Boat Trips and Water Fun

You can take a boat to see the Pakleni Islands close by, which have quiet beaches and clear water. Kayaking and sailing are also fun things to do in Hvar.

Delicious Food

Hvar offers great food, especially seafood and dishes made with local olive oil and wine.

Hvar is a great place for anyone who loves sunny weather, beautiful beaches, and fun nights out. It's also good if you like nature and trying tasty food.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Carpe Diem Beach Hvar
4.9

Carpe Diem Beach is located on the nearby island of Stipanska, which is part of the Paklinski Islands archipelago. Carpe Diem Beach offers a lively atmosphere with music, drinks, and a party vibe. However, it's also known for its more upscale and sophisticated ambiance, attracting a trendy crowd looking for a luxurious beach experience. There are also bars and restaurants serving gourmet cuisine and premium cocktails. During the day, visitors can relax on the beach, swim in the azure waters, or enjoy water sports such as jet skiing or snorkeling. As the sun sets, the beach club transforms into a chic party destination, with top DJs providing the soundtrack for the evening.

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Hula Hula Hvar
4.9

Hula Hula Beach  is located on the western side of Hvar town, overlooking the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. The atmosphere at Hula Hula is vibrant and energetic, with music playing throughout the day and into the evening. It's known for its beach parties, DJ sets, and live music performances. There's also a bar and restaurant serving up refreshing drinks and delicious food. During the day, visitors can relax on the pebble beach, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or partake in water sports such as paddleboarding or kayaking. As the day turns into evening, the beach club transforms into a party hotspot, with DJs spinning tunes and guests dancing under the stars. One of the highlights of Hula Hula Beach is its stunning sunset views.

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Saint Stephen's Cathedral
4.9
  • The Cathedral of St. Stephen, also known as the Hvar Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral located on the eastern side of Hvar's main square, Croatia.

  • The cathedral's construction began in the 13th century on the site of an early 6th-century Christian church. Over the centuries, the cathedral underwent several modifications and renovations, resulting in a unique blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural styles.

  • The cathedral's facade is characterized by its Renaissance portal, a rose window, and a bell tower. The interior features a spacious nave with side chapels, a grand main altar, and a collection of religious paintings and sculptures.

  • Some of the notable artworks within the cathedral include a polyptych by Venetian painter Paolo Veneziano, depicting scenes from the life of Saint Stephen, and a Gothic sculpture of Saint Jerome.

  • The Cathedral of St. Stephen is a significant landmark in Hvar and a popular tourist destination. It is an important part of the city's cultural and historical heritage.

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Explore The Best of Hvar on Two Wheels
4.9

Ditch the crowds, feel the sea breeze, and discover hidden gems of Hvar with our exhilarating bike tours. Choose your adventure – scenic coastal routes, challenging climbs, or leisurely vineyard rides. We provide top-notch bikes and expert guides to make your Hvar cycling experience unforgettable.

Luviji Winery
4.9

Venture off the beaten path and discover a world of handcrafted wines at Luviji Winery. Nestled amidst the sun-drenched landscapes of Hvar, this intimate winery invites those seeking a truly authentic Croatian wine experience.  Embrace the spirit of exploration as you taste their unique expressions of the island's terroir.

Palmižana
4.9

Palmižana is a collection of bays, tourist facilities, and botanical gardens situated on Sveti Klement, one of the Pakleni Islands near Hvar, Croatia. It's a popular destination with a unique blend of natural beauty and luxurious offerings. Here's what you can expect:

The Vibe: Lush, laid-back Mediterranean. Think pebbly beaches, turquoise waters, and the intoxicating scent of pine trees mingling with the salty sea breeze. Expect a mix of rustic charm and high-end beach services.

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Giaxa
4.9

Giaxa: A Culinary Gem Where Dalmatian Flavors Spark with Modern Creativity

 Discover Giaxa: Where Tradition and Innovation Collide in a Historic Setting

Foodies seeking a unique and unforgettable dining experience in Vis should put Giaxa at the top of their list. This culinary gem, created by the team behind the highly regarded Luna restaurant, masterfully reimagines traditional Dalmatian cuisine with a contemporary flair.

A Culinary Adventure Awaits:

Giaxa invites you on a tantalizing journey through Dalmatian flavors. Their menu celebrates the classics while pushing boundaries with unexpected twists.  Get ready for a thrilling three-course experience that's both familiar and refreshingly new.

Dishes that Delight:

  • Grilled Octopus Salad: A delightful twist on an iconic dish, flavored with aromatic pine nuts and bold peppercorns.
  • Pršut-Stuffed Gnocchi in Asparagus Sauce: The epitome of Dalmatian flavors with a creative touch.
  • Poached Sea Bass with Scampi and Wild Herbs: An ode to the freshness of the Adriatic.
  • Lobster in Tomato and White Wine Sauce: Savor the taste of pure luxury..
  • Gregada (Hvar Fish Stew): Experience the heart of Dalmatian cuisine with this traditional fish stew.

Sweet Satisfaction:

The culinary adventure doesn't end there!  Giaxa's delectable desserts, from indulgent chocolate mousse to the local favorite, Split cake, provide the perfect sweet finale.

Feast for the Eyes and the Palate:

Giaxa's historic setting adds another layer to this unforgettable experience.  Dine in a magnificent 15th-century gothic palace, where vibrant details and grand columns evoke a sense of history.

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Gariful
4.9

 Gariful: A Culinary Jewel on the Riva, Where Luxury Meets Adriatic Delights

Discerning diners seeking the pinnacle of waterfront dining in Hvar, Croatia, need look no further than Gariful. This exquisite seafood establishment graces the Riva promenade, its sleek ambiance a perfect match for the superyachts moored alongside.

The Art of Dalmatian Seafood:

Gariful's culinary mastery lies in its ability to transform the freshest catch of the day into culinary masterpieces.  Experience the true taste of the Adriatic with expertly grilled specialties, traditional brodetto stews, or succulent seafood baked in salt – the full repertoire of Dalmatian preparations is yours to savor.

Indulge in Rarities:

For those seeking the ultimate in luxury, Gariful offers succulent Adriatic lobster and coveted delicacies like caviar. Complement your feast with a perfectly curated selection of the finest Croatian wines, alongside acclaimed international labels and exquisite champagnes.

Service Fit for Royalty:

Gariful's impeccable service mirrors its opulent setting.  Secure a coveted table on the terrace for breathtaking views,  or dine indoors, where a glass floor reveals a captivating aquarium world below.

A Magnet for the Elite:

Gariful's reputation for excellence has earned it favor among the most discerning clientele. Past guests include the likes of Prince Harry, Roman Abramovich, and Giorgio Armani, a testament to its unmatched culinary experience.

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Robinson
4.9

Escape to Robinson's: A Culinary Oasis Off the Beaten Path

Venture beyond Hvar's bustling shores and discover Robinson, a hidden gem nestled within the pristine Mekićevica cove.  A short boat ride or a scenic trek south of Hvar reveals this charming stone-house kitchen, where simplicity and the freshest flavors reign supreme.

An Island Retreat:

Unplug and unwind in Robinson's idyllic setting. Leave modern conveniences behind and embrace the tranquility of its olive grove. Enjoy stunning views of the cove and a distant lighthouse while you savor the day's catch.  Let the gentle waves lull you as you wait for your meal, or take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters.

Culinary Treasures from the Sea:

Domagoj, the owner, chef, and waiter, transforms his daily catch into culinary masterpieces. Indulge in his hearty gregada (Hvar potato-based fish stew) or savor the rich flavors of a traditional Dalmatian brodetto (tomato-based). Grilled fish, octopus salad, seafood spaghetti – everything is bursting with freshness.

Adventure Continues:

If time allows, ask for a boat ride to a remarkable hidden cove just two bays down from Robinson.  Keep an eye out for a pair of agave cactuses –  they mark this secluded beach, an ideal spot for a refreshing dip before continuing onwards to Milna Bay.

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Vis

Vis is a peaceful island in Croatia, far from the busy cities. It's known for its beautiful beaches, clear sea, and old towns.

Peaceful Beaches

Vis has stunning beaches like Stiniva and Srebrena where the water is very clear and perfect for swimming.

Exploring History

The island has a rich history, with old forts and ruins. Vis Town and Komiža are two main spots where you can see old buildings and learn about the past.

Nature and Views

You can explore caves like the Blue Cave, where the water glows blue, or climb hills for amazing views of the sea and island.

Local Life

Walking through the towns, you'll find narrow streets with small shops and places to eat. It's a great way to see how people live on Vis.

Sea Adventures

Vis is great for boat trips and diving because the water is so clear. You can see fish, underwater caves, and even old shipwrecks.

Tasty Local Food

The island's food is fresh and delicious, with lots of seafood and local dishes to try.Vis is perfect if you want a quiet holiday by the sea, enjoy nature, and like exploring small towns. It's a beautiful place to relax and have fun in the water.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Stiniva Cove
4.9

Stiniva Cove: A Croatian Paradise Unveiled

Imagine a secluded cove nestled amidst towering limestone cliffs, where the turquoise waters shimmer like a hidden treasure. This is Stiniva Cove, a true natural wonder on Vis Island, Croatia.

  • The Journey as Part of the Adventure:  Getting to Stiniva is an adventure in itself. You can reach the cove by boat, a thrilling way to experience its dramatic reveal, or embark on a scenic hike along the coast for a breathtaking perspective from above. 

  • A Hidden Sanctuary: Stiniva's unique shape creates an intimate atmosphere.  The smooth pebble beach and crystal-clear waters beckon you to swim, snorkel, or simply float and soak in the awe-inspiring natural beauty.

  • A Cove with a Story:   Locals say Stiniva Cove was once a cave, the ceiling collapsing long ago to reveal the stunning cove we see today. This adds a sense of mystique to an already enchanting place.

  • A European Gem: In 2016, Stiniva Cove was voted the most beautiful beach in Europe by European Best Destinations, putting it firmly on the map for nature lovers worldwide.

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Tito's Cave
4.9

Tito's Cave on Vis Island: Journey into the Heart of Croatian Resistance

Uncover a hidden chapter of World War II history within the rugged hills of Vis Island. Tito's Cave, nestled amidst lush Mediterranean landscapes and offering breathtaking island views, stands as a testament to the resilience and strategic brilliance of Yugoslav Partisan forces.

Step Back in Time

Ascend the trails winding towards this secret refuge, or join a guided tour to delve deeper into its historical significance. Imagine Tito and his advisors huddled within, surrounded by maps and military plans as they orchestrated resistance against occupying forces. Envision the vital role this unassuming cave played in the fight for Croatia's and Yugoslavia's liberation.

More Than a Hiding Place

Tito's Cave offers a tangible connection to the past. Explore its chambers, preserved as a symbol of defiance and unwavering spirit. Discover remnants of everyday life under wartime conditions, gaining a profound appreciation for the sacrifices and courage of those who sought refuge within its walls.

An Island Adventure with Historical Depth

Tito's Cave is more than just a historical landmark. Its location on stunning Vis Island offers a blend of adventure and contemplation.  Hike the picturesque trails leading to it, soak in the panoramic vistas, and let the island's natural beauty complement your journey back in time. Visiting Tito's Cave enriches any exploration of Vis, adding a powerful layer of historical understanding.

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Vis Town
4.9

Vis Town: Where Venetian Charm Meets Island Life

Nestled along a picturesque bay, Vis Town exudes an irresistible combination of historical beauty and authentic Croatian island life. Here's what makes it special:

  • Architectural Delights: Wander the cobbled streets and admire the Venetian-era architecture. Grand stone houses, remnants of fortifications, and charming churches tell tales of its rich past. 

  • Waterfront Ambiance:  The heart of Vis Town lies along its vibrant promenade.  Sip coffee at a waterfront cafe, watch colorful fishing boats bob in the harbor, or find a quiet bench to soak in the relaxed atmosphere.

    Culinary Exploration:  Discover a delightful range of traditional taverns (known as konobas), cozy cafes, and inviting restaurants. Savor freshly caught seafood, local wines, and classic Croatian specialties.

  • A Touch of History:  Delve deeper into Vis Town's past by visiting the Archaeological Museum.  Its collection of artifacts, from ancient Greek pottery to Roman amphorae, offers fascinating insights into the island's history.

  • Beaches Nearby:  While Vis Town itself offers a lively atmosphere, pristine beaches lie within easy reach.  Rent a bike or scooter and explore secluded coves or the popular sandy beach of Grandovac.

Komiza
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Komiža is a charming coastal town on the island of Vis, Croatia. It boasts a picturesque harbor, historic stone houses, and a relaxed Mediterranean atmosphere. Wander the Old Town's narrow streets and soak up the authentic Dalmatian vibe.  Swim and sunbathe on the beautiful beaches or take a boat trip to the mesmerizing Blue Cave on nearby Biševo Island.  Savor fresh seafood and local wines at waterfront restaurants, or hike the surrounding hills for stunning views of Komiža and the sparkling Adriatic Sea.

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Boccadoro
4.9

Foodies and travelers seeking a unique dining experience have a new reason to visit the beautiful island of Vis in Croatia. Boccadoro, located across from the luxurious Hotel San Giorgio, adds a touch of sophistication to the local dining scene. This à la carte restaurant masterfully blends international flavors with the rich culinary heritage of the island.

Culinary Delights:

Their talented Italian chef curates a menu that celebrates both global cuisine and the bounty of Vis Island. Imagine savoring expertly prepared dishes featuring the freshest Adriatic seafood, followed by a creamy risotto infused with rosemary and the island's prized cheese from neighboring Pag.

Sweet Surprise:

Don't miss their decadent desserts, made special with the addition of carob flour – a unique local ingredient  that adds a delightful touch of sweetness. Boccadoro also curates an excellent selection of local red and white wines, the perfect accompaniments to these exquisite dishes.

Island Ambiance with a Touch of Luxury

Whether you're seeking a romantic dinner, a lively gathering spot, or a delicious breakfast to start your day exploring Vis, Boccadoro's inviting atmosphere and attentive service set the stage for a memorable experience

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Karijola
4.9

Experience the Best of Vis: Pizza, Views, and Island Charm

For a taste of the true Vis experience, there's no better place than this relaxed and welcoming pizzeria. Its unbeatable location on a terrace overlooking the Prirova peninsula offers breathtaking views as you savor the island's culinary delights.

Pizza Perfection:

Word on the island is these are the absolute best pizzas on Vis.  Expect the perfect blend of a crispy crust, delicious toppings, and that undeniable taste of island freshness.  Whether you're a classic lover or enjoy more adventurous combinations, there's a pie to satisfy your craving.

A Toast to Vis:

Complement your pizza with a glass of local wine from renowned labels Roki and Lipanović. These wines embody the unique flavors of Vis, making your meal that much more special.

Island Hospitality:

The friendly and hospitable atmosphere at this pizzeria is a true reflection of Vis Island's charm.  You'll feel like a local from the moment you step onto the terrace.

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Konoba Jastožera
4.9

A Nautical Feast Fit for A-Listers: Discover the Legendary Lobster Pot-House

Imagine dining at a restaurant where the sea is your floor and the freshest catch is literally steps away! This iconic lobster pot-house, perched above the water's edge, offers a dining experience unlike any other. Here, weathered wooden planks create an intimate atmosphere, and yachters have the unique privilege of mooring their boats directly beneath your feet.

Where Lobsters are the Star:

The aroma of the sea mingles with the tantalizing scent of expertly prepared lobster, the undisputed star of this culinary show.  Your waiter, a true connoisseur, will passionately unveil the secrets of their menu. Indulge in exquisite langouste with spaghetti au gratin, a soul-warming lobster cream soup, or perfectly grilled lobster served with a symphony of four sauces.

Beyond the Lobster:

Feast on a bounty of fresh seafood – from succulent crabs and clams to a heavenly octopus salad.  If you crave a taste of land, the lobster pot-house also offers a delightful selection of grilled meats and steaks.  And, of course, the extensive wine list showcases the finest domestic vintages.

A Celebrity Haven:

This restaurant has a star-studded history.  The walls adorned with photos of John Malkovich and other prominent figures are a testament to its irresistible allure. While the experience comes at a premium price, it's an investment in an unforgettable culinary adventure.

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Korcula

Korčula shines as a stunning island in the Adriatic, rich with historical and natural treasures.

Seaside Serenity

Discover Korčula's beaches, where pebbly shores and clear waters offer a peaceful retreat. For those in search of pristine beauty, the beaches near Lumbarda, such as Pržina, boast golden sands and are perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Dive into the refreshing Adriatic or enjoy a leisurely day under the sun, allowing the gentle sea breeze to whisk your cares away.

Architectural Wonders

Explore the historical heart of Korčula Town, where medieval walls encase narrow cobblestone streets and gothic-renaissance architecture. Stand in awe before the impressive St. Mark's Cathedral, with its finely carved stone work, and don't miss the chance to visit the alleged birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. The town's fortifications and towers speak volumes of its rich history as a vital Venetian stronghold. 

Cultural Riches

Experience Korčula's vibrant culture through its cuisine, featuring fresh seafood and local wines, and a testament to the island's rich traditions. Experience the unique Moreska sword dance, a fascinating display of Korčula's cultural heritage, especially during the summer festivals.

Adventure Awaits

For those seeking thrills, Korčula's diverse landscape offers countless opportunities for adventure. Hike through dense forests and olive groves, explore hidden coves by kayak, or cycle through the scenic countryside.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Marco Polo House
4.9

The Marco Polo House is a historic landmark located within the Old Town of Korčula. It is believed to be the birthplace of the famous Venetian explorer Marco Polo, although historical records regarding his exact birthplace are not definitive. The house is an impressive stone structure with a traditional Dalmatian architectural style.

Visitors to the Marco Polo House can explore the interior, which has been converted into a museum dedicated to Marco Polo's life and travels. The museum features exhibits, artifacts, and displays that provide insight into Polo's journeys along the Silk Road, his encounters with different cultures, and the impact of his explorations on world history.

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Vela Pržina Beach (Lumbarda)
4.9

Vela Pržina Beach is located in the village of Lumbarda on the eastern side of Korčula Island. This sandy beach is renowned for its crystal-clear waters and expansive shoreline, making it ideal for families and sunbathers. The shallow waters are perfect for swimming and wading, and the beach is backed by vineyards and pine trees, offering a picturesque setting. Additionally, Vela Pržina Beach has facilities such as beach bars, restaurants, and rental services for umbrellas and sun loungers, enhancing the overall beach experience.

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St. Mark's Cathedral
4.9

St. Mark's Cathedral is one of the most prominent landmarks in the Old Town of Korčula. It is located on the central square, Piazza, and stands as a magnificent example of Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

The cathedral was built in the 15th and 16th centuries and is dedicated to St. Mark, the patron saint of Korčula. Its exterior is characterized by a stunning façade adorned with intricate stone carvings and sculptures, including depictions of saints, angels, and other religious motifs. Visitors to St. Mark's Cathedral can also admire its impressive collection of religious artifacts, including ancient manuscripts, liturgical vessels, and religious vestments. The cathedral serves as both a place of worship for local residents and a cultural attraction for tourists, offering insight into the rich history and heritage of Korčula.

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Nearby Restaurants
Filippi
4.9

Located along the scenic seafront promenade of the old town, this restaurant offers an enchanting outdoor setting with captivating views of the sea, the Pelješac channel, and the surrounding islands. The cuisine here epitomizes classic simplicity, embracing the essence of the Mediterranean with a focus on fresh fish complemented by a selection of meat dishes. Enhancing the dining experience is a concise wine list highlighting wines sourced from the renowned vineyards of Korčula and the neighboring Pelješac peninsula.

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Konoba Mate
4.9

Konoba Mate exudes charm under the care of Mate and Mirjana Farac, who have been graciously welcoming guests since 2000. Their culinary offerings are a testament to their dedication, with produce sourced from their own farm and gardens, enriching a modest yet remarkable menu. While eschewing elaborate plate decorations, the restaurant has garnered prestigious accolades, including the Michelin Bib Gourmand, Michelin Green Star, and a Gault & Millau award for their delectable desserts.

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Konoba Marco Polo
4.9
Discover the cozy allure of Korčula Town's secluded alleyways and uncover a culinary treasure at Konoba Marco Polo. Nestled in a quaint lane, this restaurant offers a delightful escape from the bustling streets, inviting visitors to indulge in an unforgettable dining experience.
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LD Restaurant
4.9

Indulge in Fine Dining with a View at Lešić Dimitri Restaurant in Korčula

Experience panoramic perfection at Lešić Dimitri, a luxurious restaurant perched atop a historic five-star hotel in Korčula. This award-winning establishment boasts breathtaking sea and island vistas, setting the stage for an unforgettable culinary adventure.

Chef Toni Erceg, a rising star in the Croatian culinary scene, curates a menu that celebrates the region's bounty. Fresh, seasonal ingredients take center stage, with traditional dishes reinterpreted in a healthy and contemporary style.

Start your day right with a selection of fresh smoothies, homemade granola, or classic cooked breakfasts. As the day unfolds, tantalize your taste buds with:

  • Succulent seafood: Prawns with couscous, platters of Ston oysters, or squid bathed in black ink and crowned with mashed potato.
  • Delectable mains: From succulent tuna fillets and poached white fish to slow-braised beef cheeks and roast lamb, there's something to satisfy every craving.
  • Decadent desserts: Indulge in a sinfully smooth chocolate cake, the perfect ending to a perfect meal.

Immerse yourself in Croatia's rich winemaking heritage. The extensive wine list showcases indigenous Croatian grape varieties, with a special focus on the island's prized Grk and Pošip wines. Knowledgeable staff will help you navigate the selection, offering recommendations by the glass or bottle.

Lešić Dimitri's commitment to excellence extends beyond the plate.  They've been recognized as one of Croatia's most "Wine Friendly" restaurants for five consecutive years.

Elevate your dining experience further with these enticing options:

  • Olive oil and wine tasting menus: Deepen your appreciation for Croatian flavors.
  • Chef's Table dining: Get an exclusive glimpse into the culinary artistry behind the scenes.
  • Take-away wine selection: Stock up on local vintages for your boat trip adventures.

Lešić Dimitri is more than just a restaurant; it's a destination.  Savor exquisite cuisine, impeccable service, and captivating views, making your Korčula experience truly unforgettable.

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Mljet

Mljet, where nature and history intertwine to create an unforgettable experience. Known as the 'greenest island in the Adriatic,' Mljet is a paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. 
Explore the island's lush forests, crystal-clear lakes, and pristine beaches. 
Visit the stunning Mljet National Park, home to two saltwater lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero, and the charming Benedictine monastery on the islet of St. Mary. Dive into the island's rich history, with ancient ruins dating back to the Roman period. Indulge in the local cuisine, with fresh seafood and traditional dishes that will tantalize your taste buds. Whether you're seeking relaxation or adventure, Mljet has something for everyone.
Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Odysseus Cave
4.9

Legend has it that the mythical hero Odysseus found refuge in this sea cave during his adventures. Located on the southern coast of Mljet near the village of Babino Polje, the cave is accessible by boat or kayak. Visitors can marvel at the stunning turquoise waters and limestone formations, and even take a refreshing dip in the cave's inviting waters.

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Saplunara Beach
4.9

Situated on the southeastern tip of Mljet, Saplunara Beach is renowned for its golden sands and shallow turquoise waters. Surrounded by pine forests and olive groves, this secluded beach offers a peaceful retreat away from the crowds. Visitors can relax on the beach, swim in the calm waters, or explore the nearby hiking trails.

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Polače
4.9

Polače is a picturesque village located on the northern coast of Mljet, near the entrance to the National Park. The village is home to ancient Roman ruins, including a well-preserved Roman palace and a Roman amphitheater. Visitors can explore these historic sites, stroll along the waterfront promenade, and dine at local restaurants serving fresh seafood and traditional Dalmatian cuisine.

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Okuklje Restaurant
4.9

Standing out among the dining options on Mljet, Okuklje derives its name from its picturesque setting alongside a jetty in a serene bay on the island's north coast. Here, patrons can witness their meals being expertly prepared in a rustic open oven. The restaurant's charm extends to its roof terrace, where tables are strategically placed, offering panoramic views of the tranquil Okuklje Bay while patrons savor their culinary delights.

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Stermasi
4.9

Stermasi, perched atop a hill and commanding sweeping views of Saplunara on Mljet's far eastern edge, emerges as a formidable contender for the island's top dining spot. Primarily catering to seafarers who drop anchor nearby – with convenient free buoys and dinghy access – Stermasi transcends mere sustenance. Its culinary offerings are a feast for the senses, with a focus on seafood that's prepared with meticulous care. From delectable squid to succulent octopus, every dish is presented with the elegance befitting a special occasion, epitomizing the restaurant's commitment to culinary excellence. A highlight is their own-produced olive oil, available for purchase by the bottle, infusing each dish with rich flavors. For those seeking a departure from seafood, tantalizing options like goat meat await. Complementing the exquisite cuisine is a top-tier wine selection, with a complimentary house grappa offered to complete the dining experience. 

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Marijina Konoba
4.9
Marijina Konoba comes highly recommended as a dining destination in Mljet, showcasing a diverse menu featuring fresh fish, wild boar, goat, and lobster. Renowned for their tender preparations and flavorful accompaniments, the dishes tantalize taste buds with each bite. Additionally, the restaurant offers the convenience of pre-ordering homemade specialties in advance, ensuring a seamless dining experience. Guests are treated to a charming ambiance and attentive service from the staff, allowing them to relish in freshly prepared seafood and homemade desserts to their heart's content.
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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a beautiful city in Croatia, right next to the blue sea. It's famous for its old buildings and big stone walls from long ago. People call it the Pearl of the Adriatic.

Historic Architecture

The center of the city has an area called the Old Town. It's special because it looks almost the same as it did hundreds of years ago. You can walk on the walls around the city to see amazing views.

Breathtaking Beaches

Dubrovnik also has lovely beaches like Banje Beach where you can swim and relax under the sun.

Nature & Panoramic Views

You can take a cable car up a hill called Mount Srđ to see the whole city from above. There's also a small island nearby called Lokrum where you can enjoy nature.

Charming Streets and Local Life

The main street, Stradun, is full of small shops and places to eat. It's a nice place to walk and see what life is like in Dubrovnik.

Adventures on the Water

You can go on boat trips or try kayaking in the sea around Dubrovnik. It's a fun way to see the city from a different side.

Culinary Delights

The cuisine in Dubrovnik is a blend of Mediterranean flavors, with fresh seafood, local wines, and Croatian specialties like "peka" dishes, offering a taste of the region's rich culinary traditions.

Dubrovnik is a city where you can enjoy history, the beach, and good food. It's perfect for a holiday if you like seeing old places or just want to relax by the sea.

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for days
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Dubrovnik City Walls
4.9

The iconic Dubrovnik City Walls encircle the Old Town and offer visitors panoramic views of the city, the Adriatic Sea, and the surrounding islands. The walls, which date back to the 13th century, stretch for almost 2 kilometers and are one of the best-preserved fortification systems in Europe. Walking along the walls provides a unique perspective of Dubrovnik's historic architecture, including its red-tiled roofs, charming streets, and medieval buildings.

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Dubrovnik Cable Car
4.9

For panoramic views of Dubrovnik and the surrounding area, a ride on the Dubrovnik Cable Car is a must. The cable car takes visitors from the Old Town up to the summit of Mount Srđ, where a viewing platform offers breathtaking vistas of the city, the Adriatic Sea, and the nearby islands. At the top, visitors can also enjoy refreshments at the Panorama Restaurant or explore the Museum of the Homeland War, which provides insights into the Siege of Dubrovnik during the early 1990s.

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Lokrum Island
4.9

Just a short boat ride from Dubrovnik's Old Town, Lokrum Island offers a tranquil escape from the bustling city. The island is a nature reserve known for its lush vegetation, botanical gardens, and rocky beaches. Visitors can explore the island's walking trails, visit historic landmarks such as the ruins of a Benedictine monastery, or simply relax in the shade of the pine trees. Lokrum Island also boasts stunning views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic Sea from its highest point.

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The Cathedral of the Assumption
4.9

Housed in the historic St. John's Fortress overlooking the Old Port, the Dubrovnik Maritime Museum offers insights into the city's maritime history and seafaring traditions. The museum's exhibits include models of historic ships, navigational instruments, maritime artifacts, and displays on Dubrovnik's role as a major maritime power in the Mediterranean.

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Old Town
4.9

Dubrovnik's Old Town is a maze of narrow streets, historic buildings, and charming squares, all surrounded by the imposing city walls. Highlights of the Old Town include the main street, Stradun (Placa), which is lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants; the stunning Rector's Palace, once the seat of the Dubrovnik Republic's government; the ornate Sponza Palace, which houses the city archives; and the beautiful Cathedral of the Assumption. Visitors can also explore the Old Town's numerous museums, churches, and galleries, or simply wander its cobblestone streets and soak in the atmosphere.

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Restaurant 360
4.9

Entering this enchanting restaurant feels like discovering a hidden gem, as it beckons guests through what seems to be a secret door nestled within Dubrovnik's ancient town walls. Ascending a few steps reveals a spacious outdoor oasis, offering captivating views of the city's bustling beauty. Under the culinary mastery of Marijo Curić, Croatian specialties harmoniously blend with ingredients sourced from distant lands, resulting in a gastronomic experience that transcends expectations. Each dish is meticulously presented, mirroring the charm and allure of the setting itself. Complementing the exquisite cuisine is a team of attentive professionals who provide top-notch service, paired with an exceptional wine selection that ranks among the finest in the country.

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Restaurant Marco Polo
4.9

Nestled in a narrow privately owned passage at the heart of the old town, this charming bistro exudes intimacy and charm. True to its Mediterranean roots, the menu offers light, colorful, and seasonal dishes that capture the essence of the region. Specialties rotate frequently, showcasing fresh delights like tempura of mussels and fish.  With its quaint ambiance and delectable fare, this bistro is the ideal spot for a leisurely lunch.

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Taj Mahal
4.9

Honoring the memory of distant relatives, this restaurant embraces the essence of Bosnian flavors and traditions in both its menu and decor. A couple of menu pages are dedicated to traditional dishes, evoking nostalgia and authenticity. With a focus on fresh vegetables and grilled meats sourced from the restaurant's own butcher, diners are treated to wholesome and satisfying fare. To accompany the meal, a selection of simple yet flavorful cocktails is available alongside a curated wine list. Situated in the heart of the old town, the restaurant tends to fill up quickly, making reservations highly recommended. 

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Slano

Slano, a hidden gem nestled on the shores of the Adriatic Sea. With its crystal-clear waters, picturesque landscapes, and rich history, Slano is a paradise waiting to be explored. Stroll along the town's quaint streets, lined with traditional stone houses and charming cafes. Visit the historic Church of St. Blaise, a symbol of Slano's rich cultural heritage. Explore the nearby Elaphiti Islands, with their stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. Indulge in the local cuisine, with fresh seafood and traditional dishes that will tantalize your taste buds. 

Although Slano is a small place, it offers its visitors everything they need: beautiful sandy and pebbly beaches in the shade of trees reaching all the way to the sea, many sports activities, numerous restaurants, taverns, cafes, bars, beautiful nature and crystal blue sea..

Recommended duration of stay: ideal for 1 days
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Church of St. Jerome
4.9

The Church of St. Jerome is a historic landmark located in the center of Slano. Dating back to the 15th century, the church is renowned for its beautiful Renaissance architecture and ornate interior. Visitors can admire the church's elegant facade, explore its interior adorned with stunning artwork and religious artifacts, and learn about its rich history.

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Slano Beach
4.9

Slano Beach is a lovely pebble beach located in the town center, just a short walk from the main promenade. The beach offers stunning views of Slano Bay and the surrounding hills, creating a picturesque backdrop for a day of sunbathing and swimming. Visitors can relax on the smooth pebbles, take refreshing dips in the clear turquoise waters, or enjoy water sports activities such as kayaking and paddleboarding. The beach is also equipped with amenities such as sun loungers, umbrellas, showers, and nearby cafes and restaurants, making it a convenient and comfortable spot for beachgoers to spend the day. With its tranquil atmosphere and natural beauty, Slano Beach is a perfect destination for both relaxation and recreation.

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Franciscan Monastery and Church of St. Mary
4.9

Situated near the center of Slano, the Franciscan Monastery and Church of St. Mary are significant landmarks with a rich history. The monastery dates back to the 14th century, and its architecture reflects a blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles. Visitors can explore the monastery's courtyard, adorned with ancient stone carvings and Mediterranean vegetation, and admire the church's impressive interior, featuring beautiful frescoes, altars, and religious artifacts. The monastery also houses a small museum showcasing exhibits related to local history, culture, and religious heritage, providing visitors with insights into Slano's past and traditions.

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Restaurant Mirakul
4.9

Renowned for its elegant ambiance and exquisite cuisine, Restaurant Mirakul offers a refined dining experience in the heart of Slano. With a focus on fresh seafood and locally sourced ingredients, the menu features creative dishes inspired by Mediterranean flavors. The restaurant's waterfront location provides stunning views of Slano Bay, enhancing the dining experience.

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Restaurant Kolarin
4.9

Restaurant Kolarin in Slano offers a delightful culinary experience with a focus on seafood and Mediterranean cuisine. The food quality is highly praised, and the ambiance is described as pleasant and inviting. The restaurant's decor adds to the overall comfort, creating a welcoming atmosphere for diners. Additionally, their locally made pizzas are a standout feature, showcasing fresh ingredients and  incorporating Mediterranean flavors.

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Restaurant Nono
4.9

Restaurant Nono: A Taste of Authentic Dalmatia in Slano

Discover a culinary gem nestled in the picturesque village of Slano. Restaurant Nono invites you to savor the authentic flavors of the Dalmatian coast in their family-run establishment.  Indulge in fresh seafood, expertly prepared grilled meats, and traditional dishes bursting with local ingredients.

Warm Hospitality & Seaside Charm

Experience the welcoming spirit of Croatia at Restaurant Nono. Their friendly staff and cozy atmosphere create a delightful setting for both a casual lunch and a special occasion dinner. Enjoy your meal on the charming terrace with views of the harbor while soaking in the ambiance of Slano.


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