Mostar Private Tour on Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik
Highlights of Split Day Tours
Relax and enjoy a custom made sightseeing experience on the Mostar Private Tour on transfer from Split to Dubrovnik. Depart from the city and venture to magnificent Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Take advantage of the stops along the way to admire the beautiful breathtaking landscape scenery and historic and cultural attractions.
Join our expert guide for a visit to the iconic Stari Most, before enjoying free time for exploring at your leisure and shopping in the city. Sample the local Bosnian specialties and sweet treats before your return journey.
|Enjoy a private guided sightseeing tour from Split to Dubrovnik (or Dubrovnik to Split) via Mostar in Bosnia|
|Discover what makes Mostar a melting pot of cultures and religions, known as the ‘window of the Orient.’|
|Let our expert guide show you all the attractions on this tailor-made tour|
|An opportunity to taste the authentic delicious Bosnian specialties like pita, cevapi, burek and baklava|
Board: B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner
Saturday Dubrovnik (D)
Board from 1pm and explore the beautiful city of Dubrovnik. Once on board, relax in your cabin. Enjoy the Welcome cocktail party and dinner where you will be introduced to the captain and the crew and will have an opportunity to socialise with your fellow passengers.
Sunday Dubrovnik – National Park Mljet
After breakfast join our guided tour of the iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the city of Dubrovnik. Encircle the massive 16thcentury walls that surround the Old Town and learn about the history of the preserved buildings and churches. Stroll along the pedestrianised Stradun (or Placa). In the late afternoon, we visit one of Croatia’s most popular attractions. The National Park Mljet is a remote natural beauty spot that can only be accessed by boat. (B,L)
Monday National Park Mljet – Korčula
Spend the entire morning exploring the stunning Mljet National Park. Walk around the Great and Small Lakes and take a boat ride to the Islet of St. Mary to discover the 12th century Benedictine Monastery that is situated there. You can also go swimming or simply soak up the tranquil serenity of the lush surroundings. Lunch is served on board as we cruise towards Korčula Island. In the afternoon, join our excursion to Korčula Town, the birthplace of the famous world explorer Marco Polo. Explore the picturesque cobbled streets and enjoy the evening dining in one of the local restaurants. (B,L)
Tuesday Korčula– Vis
Vis Island is the furthest of the inhabited islands of Croatia and our destination this morning. En route, enjoy a scheduled swim stop in a beautiful cove or bay. Due to the island’s remote location, and the fact that it was once used as a military base, Vis remains relatively unspoiled and untouched by tourism. Explore the beautiful beaches and find your own paradise. Take a tour around the ancient city walls and explore the remains of the thermae. The Archaeological Museum at the Levaman Fortress is home to many valuable exhibits dating back to the 4th century BC. (B,L)
Wednesday Vis – Biševo Island (Blue Cave) – Hvar
The waterlogged Blue Cave, of Biševo Island, is situated in a small tranquil bay that can only be accessed by boat. When the waves are too high it’s not possible to enter. Once inside, observe the magical illumination that occurs when the sunlight filters through and touches the water. Before lunch on board, enjoy a swim stop, en route to Croatia’s sunniest island. Hvar Island has a jet-set reputation due to the A-list celebrities and royalty who like to holiday here. Join our guided excursion through the town and learn about life on the beautiful island. Overnight in Hvar. (B,L)
Thursday Hvar – Bol – Pučišća
After breakfast we cruise towards Bol, and the famous white pebble beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape). Take a walk about the picturesque seaside resort and enjoy a swim. We return to the ship for lunch. As the largest coastal town on the island of Brac, Pučišća has many interesting sights to discover and explore. Visit the villages that are considered to be amongst the prettiest in Europe. Wander and meander around the bay and admire the distinctive stone buildings. Pučišća is home to the only Stonemasonry school in Croatia, where students carve sculptures using traditional tools. (B,L)
Friday – Pučišća – Omis – Split
We cruise across Brač channel to the town of Omiš, that is situated at the mouth of the Cetina River. Explore the oak tree lined main street and the ancient walls, fortresses and stone churches. After lunch, we continue sailing towards Split. The second largest urban centre in Croatia, Split is steeped in history, heritage and culture. The UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts the iconic Diocletian’s Palace and a maze of intriguing cafes, shops and restaurants. Join our excursion and learn about the city’s rich history, and enjoy free time exploring. Celebrate your last evening with dinner in an authentic Croatian restaurant. (B,L,)
After a freshly prepared breakfast, it’s time to say farewell to all your new friends, and to transfer to the airport for your return flight home. (B)
The MS Splendid is a superior category ship and has 18 cabins offering superior onboard service for up to 40 guests. Departing weekly from Dubrovnik, the popular MS Splendid small ship is recommended.
The MS Splendid remains one of our most popular ships with 18 cabins across three decks for a capacity of 40 onboard guests. bright and spacious cabins across three decks and superb crew on hand to provide friendly and very personalized service.
- Superior Dubrovnik to Split cruise in a choice of ensuite cabin
- Daily breakfast, 3 course lunch and bottle of water
- Return airport transfers
- Daily cabin cleaning service
- Captains Dinner
- Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen
- Guided tour of Dubrovnik Old Town/Split Old Town, Hvar and Korcula
What’s not Included
- Return flights to Croatia
- Local port tax of 40 Euros per person, per week
Price is based on 2 people sharing. 50% supplement for single use.
2019 Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split
- June 8, 22
- July 6, 20
- August 3, 17, 31
- September 14, 28
- October 12
2020 Departure Dates Dubrovnik to Split
- May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
- June 6, 13, 20, 27
- July 4, 11, 18, 25
- August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
- September 5, 12, 19, 26
- October 3, 10
Let our Croatia travel experts design the perfect custom itinerary for your trip
Get in touch today
- Explore This Trip10-night package with overnight stays in Zadar and Split, a day in the spectacular Plitvice Lakes...
- 10 Nights
- Price: $2,995.00
- Board: Bed & Breakfast with lunch included on the ship
- Explore This Trip11-night luxury cruise and land journey through the Istrian food and wine region of Croatia. Discover...
- 11 Nights
- Price: $3,495.00
- Board: Bed & Breakfast with lunch included on the ship
- Explore This TripA 12-night luxury land and cruise journey through Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro starting in Zagreb...
- 12 Nights
- Price: $3,795.00
- Board: Bed & Breakfast with lunch on the ship
COPYRIGHT © 2019 UNFORGETTABLE CROATIA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED