7 nights B&B accommodation in the beautiful old city of Split with the opportunity to explore Podstrana, Trogir, Kastela and Omis.
Podstrana is a 10 minute drive from downtown Split and here you can access pebble and rocks beaches, as well as a cultural programme from June to September with dancing, singing and recitals. Trogir is a beautiful walled UNESCO heritage city with a Venetian Palace, narrow streets and boutique shopping. Kastela is close to Trogir and Split and has a pretty coastline and a laid back feel if you want some relaxation. The final stop on this trip is Omis, a traditional Dalmatian town. It has a long sand and shingle beach as well as bars and restaurants, you can also take some excursions from here including fishing, picnics and island trips.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Croatia has plenty to offer from historic cities, beautiful coastlines, beaches and many opportunities for excursions to the many islands that lie off the mainland coast.
You will be met at the airport for your transfer to your hotel (approx. 35 minutes) depending on hotel location.
Explore this old city with its Diocletian’s Palace and a Roman Emperor’s villa, built in 295 AD which is now listed as a UNESCO site. Wander for hours taking in the many churches, squares, columns spires and Roman ruins. There are plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants to replenish you after exploring this historic city.
Spend another day exploring the historic city of Split or alternatively hop on board one of the ferries or catamarans from the port to the coast and islands.
A beautiful walled city with UNESCO heritage with good shopping, beaches and restaurants about an hour from Split. Explore Ciovo island which is just a short walk across a bridge or alternatively take the boat connection from Split.
Located about an hour from Split, this is an authentic Dalmatian town, with a long sand and shingle beach perfect for a bit of relaxation. It has a choice of bars and restaurants as well as being a good base for exploring nearby islands, fishing or taking a picnic.
Located close to Trogir and Split this town has a laid back feel. You can explore the museum or take a relaxing walk along the pretty coastline.
Close to the big city you can have access to good pebble and rock beaches as well as a Summer Culture Programme from June to September.