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Split

Destinations
Full day boat rental in Split (PRIVATE)
You’re on a holiday with family or friends and you would like to spend a relaxing day at one of the islands, away from the crowds and noise? What better way to explore all the beautiful sights Dalmatia has to offer than on a boat tour custom tailored to your desires. Renting a motor boat for one day is the perfect way to spoil yourself while on holiday in Croatia, and our experienced skippers can plan a route best suited to your wishes.
Split City Tour (SIC) 2 hr
Today, the City of Split is the largest Dalmatian city and port. 1700 years ago, during the time of Ancient Rome, it was founded on the Marjan Peninsula surrounded by the historical towns of ancient Salona and Trogir. We will stroll the narrow streets of Diocletian’s Palace, built by the 4th century Roman Emperor, tour its excellently preserved basement galleries and visit the old Temple of Jupiter in the central, ancient Peristyle Square, today the city Cathedral and the oldest building of its kind in the world. We will also pass the protected Golden and Silver Gates, walk through the historical squares to the lively markets and Riva, the ideal place for strolling and shopping.
Mostar, traces of Orient – from Split (SIC)
The trip takes us along the coast through the famous summer resorts along the Makarska Riviera to the fertile Neretva River Delta. Driving towards Bosnia and Herzegovina’s inland we reach Počitelj, a mysterious town with the old Ottoman-era fortress. After a short break, we continue along the Neretva River valley to Mostar, ‘the window to the Orient’, and an important trade centre during the Ottoman rule. A guide will take us around the oriental part of the town, with the Old Bazaar full of lively shops and workshops. We will also visit the mosque and a typical Turkish house and walk across the legendary Ottoman Bridge from the 16th century that the city was named after. There will be time for lunch and a coffee in one of the numerous old restaurants and cafes along the river. We leave Mostar in the late afternoon.
NP Krka Waterfalls & Trogir (SIC)
Krka National Park lies about 10 km inland from Šibenik in this part of Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers the area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself.
Hvar Town (SIC)
Hvar Town, on the island of Hvar, as the oldest tourist centre in Dalmatia, is rich with historical monuments that are simply – must see. The 17th century theatre, the 13th century Arsenal, or the central town square with the Cathedral, surrounded by numerous palaces in various architectural styles, are living proofs of Hvar’s famous history. The Franciscan Monastery in the town is famous for its collection of old art masters, including Ingoli’s ‘Last Supper’. After sightseeing, there will be enough time left for swimming, sunbathing, as well as lunch in one of the town’s fantastic restaurants. For more active types we recommend going up to the old fortress above the town, offering a unique view of part of the island and the nearby archipelago of Pakleni islands.
Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic (SIC)
A relaxing drive along the Adriatic Coast, through the picturesque Dalmatian landscape, across the Neretva River Delta and through the town of Neum, will bring you to Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic.

Due to its exceptional beauty and rich cultural heritage, this ancient town was included in the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sights. Dubrovnik is surrounded by fortresses and fortifications and is a real treasury of architectural and cultural masterpieces, carefully preserved through centuries.

A pleasant stroll with an experienced guide will uncover the town’s main sights, such as palaces, churches, museums and squares. In your free time, you can ride the town cable car to the top of Srđ, the hill offering the unforgettable view of the town and the Riviera, or you can have a meal in one of the numerous picturesque restaurants in the Old Town and have some fish and excellent wine from the Southern Dalmatia.
Blue cave and the best of Dalmatian islands (SIC)
We will take you to amazing, unforgettable sights on several Dalmatian islands. Join us on speed boats, fully equipped and designed specifically for this type of excursions. During the sail you can enjoy the scenery on the sun deck, or relax in the shade of the cabin. Our skippers and hostesses will be at your disposal through the day, guiding you through destinations with interesting stories and anecdotes as true hosts.
KRKA NATIONAL PARK AND ŠIBENIK EXCURSION (PRIVATE)
Krka National Park; surrounded by steep-sided canyons, along which runs the wide and plain rocky area, Krka surprises and enchants visitors with the force and blue colour of its waters, the noise of its cascades, the freshness of its scent, the numerous perennial - though not always visible springs, its rude existence and legends. In a wonderful natural setting, water forms beautiful waterfalls which cascade over 17 natural barriers and precipitate 45 metres. Skradinski Buk is the largest of the Krka’s systems of cascades and the richest in water. Two medieval fortresses stand guard over the river on the northern border of the park: Trošenj and Nečven. The end of the second gorge is the beginning of Roški Slap, a string of shallow steps like a glittering silver necklace.
Ride by coach continues to Sibenik - City known for one of Dalmatia’s most valuable religious monuments - the 15th century St. Jacob’s Cathedral, a masterpiece of the Gothic- enaissance art
Krka Waterfalls Day Trip (SIC)
Prepare yourself for a very unique experience away from the city vibes. Get on the bus and enjoy exploring this one-of-a-kind jaw-dropping-beautiful destination just a short ride away from Split. Skradinski Buk, the final and the longest travertine barrier on the Krka River is a place that seems more like a fairy tale than a landscape from reality. On this 6-hour tour, you will explore the area on your own by strolling around the trails for visitors and taking in all the natural beauty that surrounds you. Make the most of your visit by jumping into the refreshing waters of Krka River and reaching one of the cascades for a memorable experience. Hotel pickup and drop-off is not included.
City of Split Walking tour (GROUP)
You will meet your guide in the center of Split, one of the oldest cities in Croatia, with four departure times between 10:30am and 6pm to suit you. From here, you will embark on a 2-hour walking tour, exploring Split's 12th- and 13th-century Romanesque churches, medieval fortifications, 15th-century Gothic palaces and other palaces in Renaissance and Baroque style.

Stroll around the Roman portion of the city, throughout which the ruins of Diocletian's Palace are scattered, and visit the Cathedral of Saint Domnius. Known locally as St Duje, this is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman buildings standing today, built in the 5th century on the site where Diocletian, the last famous persecutor of the Christians, was interred in 311 AD.
SPLIT SIGHTSEEING TOUR (PRIVATE)
Visit Split, one of Croatia’s oldest cities, and see the sights of the whole city, beyond the Diocletian Palace walls.
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