Croatia in Exsus Signature Style

Dalmatian Coast & Islands

Duration: 10 nights

Price: From £4,450 per person in low season based on two adults travelling together and including all flights in economy class, accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis, private transfers, private yachts and taxes

It’s easy to see why Croatia’s popularity as a tourist destination has surged in recent years, with its walled medieval cities, beautiful scenic coastline and glamorous Adriatic islands. This Signature Croatia luxury holiday takes in all those things, beginning in the ancient coastal city of Split, before moving on to two of the most popular Croatian islands: glamorous celebrity haunt Hvar, and beautiful, historical Korcula. Your Dalmatian journey ends in Dubronvik, a magnificent medieval fortress town known for good reason as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’.
Perfect forFamilies, couples, and anyone wanting to experience Croatia’s best islands and coastal cities.
In the knowExtending your stay to include a couple of nights at the stunning Aman Sveti Stefan, a beautiful island resort off the coast of Montenegro.

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  • Couples
  • First-timers
  • Landscapes & Scenery
  • Adventure

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2 nightsSPLIT

Your Croatian journey begins in Split, the country’s second-largest city. A buzzing modern metropolis which is also home to some of Croatia’s most famous historical sites, and with a beautiful coastal location, Split encapsulates everything that is great about Croatia as a travel destination. Your home for two nights is the Palace Judita Heritage, a beautiful luxury hotel set in a 16th century palace with Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance features. The hotel is right next to Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which makes up around half the old town of Split today.
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2 nightsHVAR

After two nights in Split, you’ll board a private yacht to that most fashionable of Dalmatian islands, Hvar. A favourite celebrity haunt which is blessed with natural beauty, Hvar also has a rich history and culture. The walled Hvar town, with its red roofed 13th century buildings, is classically Croatian and is home to sights such as St. Stephen’s Sqaure, the Fortica and the 15th-century Franciscan monastery and museum. Your hotel is the Adriana, a luxurious boutique on the promenade which looks over the old city centre. With an extensive range of treatments in its world-class spa and a beautiful rooftop bar overlooking the old city and the bay, Adriana is the perfect place to unwind during your stay on Hvar.
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3 nightsKORCULA

Boarding a private yacht once more, you’ll sail to Korcula, a green island covered in vineyards and olive groves. It’s also got a long and colourful history, with its walled old town, jutting out into the harbour, a fine example of medieval Gothic-Renaissance architecture. You’ll spend three nights at Lesic Dmitri, an opulent hotel next door to Marco Polo’s former house – there’s also a museum dedicated to the famous traveller. Historical sights in the old town include the magnificent St. Mark’s Cathedral, which dates from the 15th century, while private yacht trips can be arranged from your hotel to explore nearby islands. Renting bikes is a great way to explore the green interior of the island.
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The final stop on your Croatian journey is the awe-inspiring historical city of Dubrovnik, the jewel in Croatia’s glittering crown of coastal walled cities. Famous the world over for its red-roofed Renaissance buildings, it’s not difficult to see why this medieval town is nicknamed the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’. Your hotel for three nights is Villa Orsula, which dates from the 1930s and is surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens, and lies around five minutes’ walk from the old town. For all Dubrovnik’s historical delights, it has had its share of troubles in recent times, and the must-visit War Photo Limited gallery features moving exhibits about the Balkan Wars, which saw Dubrovnik damaged by shelling in 1991.
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