Family experience in Dalmatia

If you ask any Dalmatian, what is the essential thing in their lives, you will get the same answer: family! Therefore, we always take extra care of our family clients. Dalmatian route from the emperor city of Split to Adriatic pearl of Dubrovnik with welcoming and chic Hvar, unspoiled Korcula islands is a must-do route where you and your children will be enjoying every bit of the trip. Family-friendly guides will make every kid absorb exciting information and provide broad knowledge that parents will be proud. Island day hopping has never been easier with cozy speedboats, enjoying swimming, snorkeling, and chill time in small local restaurants or beach bars. The friendly skipper will be there for you to make your boat day the highlight of the trip. Hotels can provide intriguing activities for kids and workshops while parents have some leisure. Your children will forever remember the beautiful memories created on such a family dream vacation. In each location, we’ll carefully create experiences for both kids and parents depending on interests, from cooking classes, hiking, biking, local arts and crafts and many more.

The suggested average length of the trip is 8 nights, 9 days. Possible to add extra islands and inland destinations in the itinerary.
Suitable travel period is from late April to late October.


Start from Split, hop on Hvar and Korcula islands and end in Dubrovnik. Possible to extend itinerary with Sibenik and National park Krka waterfalls, Solta island, Brac island, Vis island, Elafiti islands and Montenegro. 


2 nights in Split, 2 nights on Hvar island, 2 nights on Korcula island, 2 nights in Dubrovnik. 5* and 4* accommodation with private land/sea transfers and daily activities are included in the itinerary. 

Food, Wine and Spa delights of capital city and North coast

When people think of traveling to Croatia, the first thing which pops into their minds is the famous Dalmatian coast. What if we tell you a secret that North Croatia is equally beautiful but remains a hidden gem. Zagreb, little Vienna, gained popularity with great Christmas markets and its vibey streets full of cafes and cool museums. Start your introduction of Croatia in the capital, once the station of the famous Orient Express. Dive into the Croatian lifestyle, visit Plesivica wine region, forget about the stress with glass of wine and you’re ready to head to the coast.
Istra peninsula with Kvarner islands is an unofficial gastronomical center of Croatia. More than 130 grape varieties, white and black truffles, extra virgin olive and delicious food is a dream for food lovers. Sports activities are inevitable after so much food! Hike and bike through Istra and Losinj oak and pine forests, reach the hilltops and admire scenic sunset views. To conclude the active day, enter the magical spa world and turn off your brain with the help of local herbal oil scents.

Suggested average length of the trip is 7 nights, 8 days. Possible to do modifications based on the season and add extra nights/days.


Start from Zagreb to Mali Losinj island and end on Istra peninsula. Possible to extend the journey with neighbouring, Slovenia or Venice.

Recommended itinerary

2 nights in Zagreb, 2 nights on Mali Losinj island and 3 nights in Istra peninsula. Suitable all year round, the main focus is on Zagreb Xmas Markets in December. 5* hotels with private land/sea/air transfers and daily activities.

Island hopping

Croatian Adriatic coast is one of the most rugged coastlines in the world. 1244 islands and islets with numerous bays, coves, and peninsulas make it a sailing dream for those wanting leisure and recharge. Afternoon Maestral winds bring some action and raise adrenaline levels in your blood while being enchanted by the jaw-dropping limestone Croatian coast and incredibly blue seas. 

Dalmatian islands seven days sailing route from Split to Dubrovnik is one of the most exciting worldwide. Medieval ports of Hvar and Korcula, hidden coves of Pakleni and Elafiti islands, unbelievable rock formations of Vis and the healthy Mediterranean seafood in sea access restaurants are irresistibly inviting. Let Aeolus, an ancient Greek wind keeper god, unwinds your mind and indulge yourself in temptations of Adriatic essential plants and the sound of cicadas and waves. 

Suggested length of the whole trip is 11 nights/12 days (included week of sailing). The sailing route is flexible and depends on weather conditions and the guest’s interests. 

Let us share the magic of Croatian islands and coastal towns with you!


Start from the Split nautical marina through Solta island, Hvar and Pakleni islands, Korcula island, Mljet island (national park Mljet), Elafiti islands and end in Dubrovnik nautical marina. 


Boat charter is available from Saturday – Saturday or Sunday – Sunday. Find your dream boat in our amazing portfolio of catamaran sailing boats, luxury gullets or trendy motor yachts. 

Pre and post-stay include two nights in 5* hotels in Split and Dubrovnik with walking guided tour of the historic old town and daily trips to stunning national park Krka waterfalls or Peljesac peninsula with gastronomy and history introductions. 


Ultimate Adriatic itinerary

Travel through the entire Adriatic coast and meet all the coastal regions in an epic journey from the northernmost Istra peninsula to Croatia’s most southern tip. This 3,625.8 miles long coastline is a lifetime experience where you will meet the very backbone of Croatia. Let Croatians get un-der your skin and truly enjoy the local lifestyle. Walk through the centuries-old streets of Rovinj and dive into Istrian exciting gastronomy. Go truffle hunting in green oak forests, have a glass or two of Croatia’s finest red wines, or learn how to make goat cheese under the careful assistance of a local cheesemaker. National park Plitvice lakes is a must-see when doing a land route to Dalmatia. Sixteen lakes with hundreds of waterfalls are fascinating to watch, no matter the sea-son of the year! For those looking for more beach time, Losinj is a perfect spot as an introduction to southern Dalmatia. Ride waves through Adriatic on your private boat and admire hundreds of green, white, yellow islands passing by you. Let our fantastic guides in Split, make you feel like in Ancient Roman times while exploring the ancient Diocletian palace. Sail into famous Hvar port af-ter spending a day snorkeling and sunbathing on Pakleni islands.
Extend your gastronomical experience with the famous white and red wines of Peljesac peninsula and eat the freshest oysters of Mali Ston. Your heart will start beating faster when you spot magnificent Dubrovnik city walls on the horizon. Sit on your hotel room balcony and observe the boat sailing into Dubrovnik old port. Locals are very proud people keen to introduce you to their city, why don’t you give them an opportunity to take your breath away.

Length of the trip: 13 nights, 14 days 

Suitable in off season for more land activities (April, May, October, November) and in high season from May to October.

Suggested schedule

3 nights in Istra peninsula, 1 night in national park Plitvice lakes/Losinj island, 3 nights in Sibe-nik/Split, 3 nights in Hvar, 3 nights in Dubrovnik. 5* and 4* accommodation with private land/sea transfers and daily activities are included in the itinerary.

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