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Croatia is a land of contrasts with an impressive heritage. The north of the country shares many cultural similarities with Central Europe, whilst its coastline feels closer to the Mediterranean. It is a popular destination for holidaymakers looking for a holiday with a bit of variety. The Croatian Riviera, with its 5,800 kilometres of beaches and more than 1,000 islands surrounded by the shimmering blue waters of the Adriatic, is breathtakingly beautiful. There’s Zagreb, which is both the capital and cultural centre of the country, Dubrovnik, the "Pearl of the Adriatic", and Split, the commercial and cultural hub of central Dalmatia... All these destinations have diverse landscapes and fascinating history for you to discover!
Dubrovnik, nicknamed the "Pearl of the Adriatic" in southern Croatia, takes you on a journey back in time. With its narrow medieval streets criss-crossed by Baroque churches and Renaissance palaces, the city exudes a gentle way of life reminiscent of Italy. The magnificent pebble beaches, hemmed in by crystal-clear waters, give their summer visitors a taste of seaside paradise. At the same time, the green mountainous coastline invites you to head inland to discover the hinterland or set sail for the countless charming Dalmatian islands and see it from the sea.
Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has earned its nickname the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. The pedestrian-only old town is an open-air museum in itself, full of churches, palaces and galleries, while the main avenue, the Stradun, is lined with cafés, terraces, restaurants and shops, making it a lovely place for a stroll. Head to the top of the ramparts for an impressive panoramic view. Distance from the airport: 22 km.
Nestled in the heart of a heavenly bay around 40 kilometres north of Dubrovnik, Slano is an ideal place for a relaxing seaside holiday. Its long, clear stony beaches are lapped by crystal-clear waters and backed by rolling hills, making it the perfect place for relaxing moments in the sun. There are also a number of historic sites worth a visit. Distance from airport: 52 km.
This beautiful little fishing town lies around 20 kilometres from the old town of Dubrovnik and charms its visitors with its small port, palm-lined promenade and many cafés and restaurants. The old town invites you to lose yourself in its narrow streets, whilst the stony beaches and bathing pontoons are the perfect places to relax under the Croatian sunshine. Distance from the airport: 6 km.
Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.
Climb the fortresses and walls that were attacked by the Baratheons, stroll along the shores of Blackwater Bay and discover life in the capital of the Seven Crowns. On this tour, you'll visit the fortress of Lovrijenac, the city walls of Dubrovnik and stroll through the streets and parks of this ancient city where the famous HBO series Game of Thrones was filmed. An experienced guide will take you back in time to the "War of the Five Kings" before the onset of winter.
10.15: meet at Place du Pile
10:15-11:00: walk to the fort of Lovrijenac followed by a tour of the fort
11.00-12.00: stroll through the streets of the old town and visit to the filming locations
Includes: guide, entrance fees for Lovrjenac fort.
Option to opt for a longer visit (at an additional cost, including entry to the town walls and Trsteno gardens):
14:00-14:20: drive to Trsteno Gardens
14:20-15:45pm: visit to Trsteno Gardens and free time
15:45pm-16:15pm: return by car to the old town
The island of Korčula undoubtedly occupies a special place among the Croatian islands. There are more legends, stories and monuments here than anywhere else. The people of Korčula, from famous stonemasons to shipbuilders and sailors, have left their mark all over the world, but their finest creations can be admired in their home town. On this excursion, discover the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces of one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. The walking tour of the city will take you to its most beautiful sites, such as the cathedral and the bishop's palace. After the tour, you'll have free time for lunch or even a swim. On the way back, you'll stop off at a famous wine cellar on the Pelješac peninsula to sample some excellent local wine.
departure from the hotel according to schedule
drive along the coast, short break in Ston
11:15 am: arrival in Orebić
11:30 am: boat trip to the town of Korčula
11:50 am: visit to Korčula (museum visits not included) and free time
15:00: return by boat to Orebić. On the way back to Dubrovnik, a stop will be made at a wine cellar on the Pelješac peninsula for a wine tasting.
Includes: transfer, guide, wine tasting
Gulf of Kotor - Peaceful beaches, clear waters and spectacular mountains
Peaceful beaches, clear waters and majestic mountains plunging into the sea punctuate the landscape of the Gulf of Kotor and will amaze you from the moment you arrive. Surrounded by mountains, Risan and Kotor, the most remote bays in the Gulf, are the oldest inhabited areas, where traces of civilisation dating back to the Illyrian, Roman and early Christian periods have been found. In your quest for traces and memories of the past, you will visit the baroque coastal town of Perast. A short boat trip from the city will take you to one of the two islets in the bay to visit the Church of Our Lady of the Rock, which houses one of the finest collections of wall paintings in this part of the Balkans. In the town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can take part in a guided tour of one of the best-preserved fortified medieval towns on the Adriatic. And finally, make the most of your free time in Kotor to create your own memories!
Departure from the hotel according to schedule
Drive through the Konavle valley and around the Bay of Kotor
10:30 am: arrival in Perast and boat trip to the islet of Notre-Dame-du-Rocher, visit of the 17th-century baroque church
12:15/12:30: arrival in Kotor, city tour with local guide and free time
16:00: departure from Kotor, short ferry crossing of the Bay of Kotor and on to Dubrovnik
18:30: return to hotels
Includes: transport, boat trip, guide, local guide in Kotor, entrance fee to Our Lady of the Rock
PASSPORT REQUIRED: FOR SOME COUNTRIES, A VISA IS REQUIRED, PLEASE ASK AT THE BOOKING OFFICE.
This is a city where travellers from the north can smell the first hints of Mediterranean air, imbued with the scents of citrus fruits and the sea, and where travellers from the south can catch a glimpse of the distant continent. The city is famous for its houses and monuments, which have survived the centuries perfectly preserved thanks to favourable geographical conditions and a buoyant economic climate. You will discover unique sites such as the old bazaar, the Turkish house and numerous ancient mosques. After your guided tour of the city, enjoy some free time to stroll around the many craft shops or have lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
Departure from the hotel according to schedule.
08:45: arrival in Neum and short break
10:30 am: arrival in Počitelj and short break
11:15 am: arrival in Mostar, city tour with local guide (approx. 1.5 hours) and free time
15:00: Departure from Mostar, short break in Neum
18:30: return to hotels
Includes: transfers, services of a guide, admission to the Turkish House.
PASSPORT REQUIRED: FOR SOME COUNTRIES, A VISA IS REQUIRED, PLEASE ASK AT THE EXCURSION BOOKING OFFICE.
In the charming village of Orašac, you can see olive oil being produced the old-fashioned way, using horse power. You will then have the opportunity to taste homemade cheese, smoked ham and wine in an old building that has remained unchanged over the years and retained its charm of yesteryear. You will then head to the town of Ston, which used to make its money from the salt works that are still in operation today. Although it is best known for its spectacular ramparts, which are considered to be the second longest in the world, this region is best known today as the oyster capital of Croatia. Here, you can enjoy a fine platter of seafood. After your visit to Ston, enjoy a stroll along the seafront in the town of Mali Ston, with a magnificent view of the oyster and mussel beds.
Departure from the hotel according to schedule
12:30 pm: arrival in the village of Orašac - demonstration of traditional olive oil production and tasting of smoked ham and cheese
2.00 pm: stopover in Ston - short visit and free time
15:30: Arrival in Mali Ston and seafood tasting
16:30: Departure for Dubrovnik
6.00 pm: arrival at hotels
Includes: transfer, guide, snack, wine, olive oil making demonstration, seafood platter tasting.
For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.