Split to Dubrovnik private tour

Split – Trogir – Mljet National Park- Korčula island – DUBROVNIK

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8 days


May - September



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Split to Dubrovnik Highlights – this 8 days private tour in Croatia brings you the very best of the amazing coastal region – Dalmatia. Visit stunning cities of the Adriatic coast Split and Dubrovnik and experience island life on the beautiful Korcula. 

Amazing sceneries, great gastro offer, arguably the clearest sea in the world, great cultural heritage, UNESCO protected sites: Split with one of the most preserved monuments of ancient times Diocletian palace and lovely ‘’stone beauty’’ city of Trogir, wine tasting at Peljesac Peninsula, Boat cruise with oyster and mussel sampling in Ston and much more.
Tour ends in Dubrovnik – check why it’s called ‘’Pearl of Adriatic’’ and feel the magic that impresses tourists from all around the world.

Split to Dubrovnik tour can be organized in the opposite direction as well, starting in Dubrovnik and ending in Split.



Day 1

Split Arrival

Dobro došli! Welcome to Croatia. Your Split to Dubrovnik tour begins with a welcome, upon arrival at Split Airport.  Transfer to the UNESCO town of Trogir in time for dinner. If your flight is earlier in the morning, we can arrange Day 1 with more activities.

Day 2
korula old town

Trogir and Split and boat transfer to Korcula island.

After breakfast we will take a guided city tour around Trogir, of one of Dalmatia’s true gem and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nick-named as the ‘Stone Beauty’ city is a remarkable example of urban continuity.

After a tour you will have some free time to sit for coffee, buy souvenirs or just relax at the beautiful Trogir waterfront promenade (Riva) where some of the world’s most expensive yachts are moored. Next is short transfer to City of Split another UNESCO protected site. Today second largest city of Croatia is still there where in the 3rd century the Roman emperor Diocletian built a magnificent palace. Palace remained inhabited till these days making this city living monument and unique place in the world.

After sightseeing when sitting on a beautiful promenade sipping your coffee or having a lunch you will surely fall in love with this beautiful Mediterranean city. Late afternoon we take catamaran to Korčula. The medieval walled town of Korcula, supposedly the birthplace of Marco Polo, is often described as a mini Dubrovnik. This picturesque town is located at the tip of the island where the distinctive red roofs jostle for space between ancient towers. Dinner and transfer to hotel.

Day 3

Korcula walking tour, wine tasting and Dalmatian tavern dinner

After brekafeast we will take short Korčula city walking tour . Later you can do something active such as kayaking to a couple of the islets in the Korcula archipelago, book a windsurfing lesson or hire bikes and cycle to Lumbarda village . Afternoon we visit some of local wineries to try some of the local wines typical to the island of Korcula. This beautiful day we will end with a visit to local tavern (konoba) to try some traditional Dalmatian cuisine

korcula lumbarda
Day 4
mljet island croatia

Day trip to National Park Mljet Island

After breakfast, we transfer to Mljet island with the private boat. Mljet is Croatia’s greenest island well known for its two salt lakes – Veliko Jezero and Malo Jezero (big lake and small lake).

Visit to the salt lakes in Mljet National Park to enjoy the sun, sea and tranquility of this peaceful island. In the middle of the large lake, inside the National park, we visit the monastery and church on St. Mary isle. Tour includes, entrance to national park Mljet, guided walk around the lakes, and boat transfer to St.

Mary isle where lunch is going to be served. Mljet is a little further away and less visited than the tourist hotspots of Brac and Hvar, so you’ll be able to stray away from the crowds and have this peaceful paradise to yourself. We suggest to take a swim, explore the island further on bikes (they can be easily rent in park) or just sit somewhere in shadow and chill.

Day 5

Peljesac - Ston - Dubrovnik

Breakfast and transfer to the ferry port to take the ferry to the Peljesac peninsula, the second largest peninsula in Croatia and a landmass crammed with history, culture, and plenty of wine and food.

We visit a local winery and taste the famous “Plavac Mali” wine, the primary red wine grape grown along the Dalmatian coast. In this winery the traditional winemaking business has been passed on for generations, offering a unique story everyone wants to hear.

The wine tasting includes a wine presentation on all the specifics of the wine-making process, wine tasting, and snacks.
The next Stop is the bay-side town of Ston, famous for its town walls, the saltworks, and oysters. We will take a one-hour boat cruise, discovering the traditional domestic sea shell farming with oyster and mussel tasting.

Later you can visit Saltworks, established as far back as the 13th century. The production of salt contributed to the wealth of the Republic of Dubrovnik. You can also walk up the magnificent old walls which overlook the town – the view from the top is fantastic! This is perhaps what this little town is best known for – and rightfully so.

The walls are much longer than those of its more famous neighbor, Dubrovnik, at 5km in length. This makes them the longest defensive structure in Europe; they are sometimes referred to as the ‘European Walls of China”. The choices are there.   Arrive in Dubrovnik in the late afternoon. Check-in. Short orientation tour, and evening at leisure. overnight. 

ston peljesac
Day 6
dubrovnik croatia

Day in Dubrovnik

Breakfast. First things first, today we are going to explore this amazing city with our local guide. Did you know that the oldest document on maritime law in the world as well as and the oldest European law on maritime insurance were created in the Republic of Dubrovnik?

Here you can also find the oldest European pharmacy that is constantly used for pharmaceutical purposes! Dubrovnik still exudes that old-world charm, with its location on the magnificent turquoise Adriatic, the fine stone palaces surrounded by heavily fortified walls, and the multitude of red-tiled roofs.

The bombing of Dubrovnik by Serb troops in the 90s shocked the world. Fortunately, over the last 20 years, great care has been taken to re-build the damaged parts of the city and Dubrovnik has now returned to its former beauty. The stone streets of the Old town, or Stari Grad, feature fountains, churches, palaces, and museums – all built from the same light-colored stone. Motor vehicles are not allowed in the city but at night the streets come alive when locals and tourists take an early evening stroll along the Stradun – or Placa how it’s called by Dubrovnik people, – 300 meters of pure history and as many say most beautiful street in Croatia with it’s shiny almost glass-like reflecting stone.

After the sightseeing tour, the afternoon is at leisure to explore the city on your own. City monumental walls are almost two kilometers long and definitely worth visiting if you want to admire the beautiful view of city rooftops, the old port, and nearby islands. For more spectacular views you can take the cable car up to Srdj Hill behind Dubrovnik for spectacular views of the city and the Dalmatian coastline.

Or to take a Game of Thrones tour. Dubrovnik was the main filming location in Croatia for King’s Landing, a fictional city in Game of Thrones, the famous television series distributed by HBO. Overnight in Dubrovnik.

Day 7

Dubrovnik at leisure or optional excursions

After breakfas you can explore a city an the area on your own or we can arrange some activities for you. Tell us if you are more interested in cultural and sightseeing tours , or you want to experience rich Dalmatian gastro and culinary offer, taste some local wines and olive olives , and learn something about those, for region of Dalmatia, traditionally very important products.

Or you are more an adventure type so we can arrange some adrenaline based and active excursions for you (kayaking to Dubrovnik’s island as, rafting, biking in Konavle with vine tasting , deep water soloing) , maybe a boat trip and visit ot nearby islands.

Maybe something out of everything No problem, we will create an itinerary that suits you perfectly.   Overnight in Dubrovnik. 


split to dubrovnik
Day 8

Check out and transfer to the airport

Breakfast. Check out and transfer to the airport. There are no activities planned for the final day. As there is so much to see in Dubrovnik and the surrounding area, , you may want to consider extending your time in Dubrovnik or region. We will be  happy to book additional accommodation for you or arrange any  additional  services.

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How long does a catamaran ride takes from Split to Korcula?

Journey time is between 2 hours 20 minutes and 2 hours 45 minutes depending on the route.

What is the official currency in Croatia?

The Croatian currency is the Kuna (HRK) , which is divided into 100 lips.


What is the average price of food and drinks in Split?

Past travelers have spent, on average, 141 HRK($23) on meals for one day and 87 HRK ($14) on local transportation.

Average prices in restaurants and bars:

- Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 7,80 EUR - 9,52 USD
- Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 39,00 EUR - 47,58 USD
- McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) 5,85 EUR - 7,14 USD
- Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 2,21 EUR - 2,70 USD
- Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 2,60 EUR - 3,17 USD
- Cappuccino (regular) 1,45 EUR - 1,77 USD
- Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) 1,95 EUR - 2,38 USD
- Water (0.33 liter bottle) 1,36 EUR - 1,66 USD

What is the avegare price of food and drinks in Dubrovnik?

You should plan to spend around kn474 ($74) per day on your vacation in Dubrovnik, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, kn161 ($25) on meals for one day and kn52 ($8.11) on local transportation.

Average prices in restaurants and bars:

- Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 13,68 EUR - 16,69 USD
- Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 79,89 EUR - 96,25 USD
- McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) 6,76 EUR - 8,25 USD
- Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 5,20 EUR - 6,34 USD
- Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 3,90 EUR - 4,76 USD
- Cappuccino (regular) 2,86 EUR - 3,49 USD
- Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) 3,38 EUR - 4,12 USD
- Water (0.33 liter bottle) 2,73 EUR - 3,33 USD



We booked a private tour to Krka waterfalls, and all in all everything was great, we had a transfer with the new car, well informed and very fun guide. Thank you Boris and thank you Magellan. Hope to see you again 🙂
Josephine Hollis
Great walking tour with Davor, who was very informative and friendly, but also fun. He gave a lot of tips for going around the town. I would definitely recommend!!
Rohaan Pena