Settle in and prepare for an extraordinary honeymoon adventure in Dubrovnik which emerged as Croatia’s top tourist attraction in recent years. In fact, Dubrovnik's popularity has skyrocketed recently and this Croatian gem can satisfy all travel tastes.
This excursion is guided in max. 2 langiages.
This is the day of your hotel accmmodation. Settle in and prepare for an extraordinary honeymoon adventure in Dubrovnik which emerged as Croatia’s top tourist attraction in recent years. You can spend your first day exploring on your own because this fabulous and enchanting city has so much to offer. On the other hand, you can decide to enjoy your leisure time on Dubrovnik beaches swimming and sunbathing at one of many Dubrovnik beaches.
As mentioned earlier, Dubrovnik's popularity has skyrocketed recently and this Croatian gem can satisfy all travel tastes. The second day in Dubrovnik is reserved for a local guide tour around the city and exploring. As Europe’s best-preserved medieval town, Dubrovnik boasts many remarkable attractions. The Old City Walls, spectacular Stradun, Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (Dubrovnik Cathedral, famous Pile Gate, The Square of the Loggia, Fort Lovrijenac, Minceta Fortress and Dubrovnik's Dominican Monastery are only some popular sights among many others. Exploring this Adriatic pearl with a local guide will be fascinating and adventurous.
Day trips from Dubrovnik to Mljet are very popular in Croatia. You will sail under two hours with a fast catamaran ferry. Pomena, Polače, and Sobra are three main ferry ports with regular catamaran lines during summer days. This will be the opportunity to explore the island which is Croatia's greenest island with over two-thirds of the island covered by forest, and western part of Mljet is declared as National Park. Relax and enjoy for the rest of the day while exploring in depth this green island oasis which is still kept unspoiled. Once finished with exploring, you return back to Dubrovnik port Gruž around 7 pm. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
You are still outside Dubrovnik exploring some of the most fascinating Croatian towns and islands. Ston and Korcula are your next stop. Located at the beginning of the Peljesac Peninsula Ston is a small town built in the 14th and 15th century popular for its defensive and preserved stone Walls, saltworks established in the 13 th century and delicious mussels. Inhabited since the Stone Age, Korcula is the sixth-largest Croatian island with many points of interest. Korčula town surrounded by walls and towers is known as 'Little Dubrovnik'. The Cathedral of St. Mark, Rector's Palace, the house of Marco Polo, Bishop's Treasury, Renaissance palaces and rich gastronomic offer are only some of the highlights.
Inhabited since the ancient times, Pelješac Peninsula is the longest of all Dalmatian peninsulas with a magnificent coast, breathtaking natural bays, reefs, finest wine sorts and a rich gastronomic offer. Certainly, something you should not miss once in Croatia. We will make sure you experience it all. Korta Katarina is a true wine lovers dream. Located in the small coastal town of Orebić, winery and Villa Katarina offer a breathtaking view of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast while tasting some of the finest wine sorts in the region - Dalmatian Coasts Dingac and Postup. You will overnight in Dubrovnik after this Pelješac Peninsula adventure.
Mount Srdj is 415 meters above the sea level and offers the best views of Dubrovnik and its surrounding area. Taking the cable car to the top of Srd Hill is a must-do once in Dubrovnik. Millions of tourists decide to take Dubrovnik Cable Car and enjoy the breathtaking view of the city. The cable cars start running at 9 am and run every half hour until midnight during the summer season so you can be flexible once you decide to take this adventure. Panoramic restaurant, several cafes and snack bars can be a good choice if you wish to taste some local delicacies.
You still have some time for a final exploration of the city before you leave Dubrovnik and its walls. We hope this short honeymoon journey around Croatian pearls was once in a lifetime experience for you and your partner because Croatia keeps on surprising and attracting tourists from different parts of the world. This is why we hope you will decide to come back on some other occasion.