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Plitvice Lakes One-Way Day Trip from Split with Drop-Off in Zagreb

Plitvice Lakes One-Way Day Trip from Split with Drop-Off in Zagreb - Split, Croatia

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$97.38

Plitvice Lakes National Park is a misty Eden of waterfalls, enchanting forests, and spectral blue lakes. Spend four hours here en route from Split to Zagreb ... More info ›

Plitvice Lakes National Park is a misty Eden of waterfalls, enchanting forests, and spectral blue lakes. Spend four hours here en route from Split to Zagreb. This one-way transfer by air-conditioned coach offers convenient transport with visit of the most popular Croatian national park. Avoid the use of public buses and explore one of Croatia's top destinations along the way.

Start your one-way tour to Zagreb via Plitvice Lakes with pickup from central point in Split. Board an air-conditioned vehicle that ends in Zagreb city center (on three departure points), with included guided group tour at Plitvice Lakes National Park.

You'll have 4 hours to explore Croatia's wondrous interplay of water, rock, and plant life while strolling around the Plitvice Lakes. Sixteen lakes, divided into upper lakes on dolomite surfaces and lower lakes on limestone, are separated by natural dams of travertine. Marvel at bountiful waterfalls, the tallest one cascading down 256 feet (78 meters). 

After your visit, with assistance of our guide you will change to other A/C coach and safe and easy continue your trip directly to Zagreb.

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One-Way Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik with a Stop in Mostar

One-Way Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik with a Stop in Mostar - Split, Croatia

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$128.26

This one-way transfer from Split, with a stop in Mostar, by air-conditioned coach offers convenient transport to Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic. Embark on a trip from Split through southern Croatia and Bosnia by visiting Mostar, a city of multiculturalism. Take a stroll through this multicultural city where light shines in a peculiar way. Avoid the use of public buses and explore one of region top destinations along the way in the company of a small group with a trip escort.


Your journey begins with a pick up from Split city center (08:30-09:00 am) by an air-conditioned vehicle ... More info ›

This one-way transfer from Split, with a stop in Mostar, by air-conditioned coach offers convenient transport to Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic. Embark on a trip from Split through southern Croatia and Bosnia by visiting Mostar, a city of multiculturalism. Take a stroll through this multicultural city where light shines in a peculiar way. Avoid the use of public buses and explore one of region top destinations along the way in the company of a small group with a trip escort.


Your journey begins with a pick up from Split city center (08:30-09:00 am) by an air-conditioned vehicle. From there you travel to Mostar, the capital of southern Bosnia, where you will have 3 hours free time to explore one of Bosnia’s oldest cities and a cultural center named after its guardians of bridges over Neretva river (Old Bridge is the first UNESCO heritage site in Bosnia).

Mostar is a city known for its multicultural heritage and the home of ancient and medieval fortresses. With its Mediterranean climate, stone architecture and oriental influences it is a place where East meets the West. Enjoy local gastronomy and some of the finest wines in the southern region. Mostar is the cultural center of south Bosnia and Herzegovina, a medieval city where Mediterranean meets Oriental culture. 

After 3 hours of exploring the city you will be accompanied by your driver to the vehicle and from there you continue the trip to Dubrovnik, passing through stunning karst mountains and picturesque Neretva valley on the way.  The tour concludes at your hotel or accommodation in Dubrovnik.




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Full-Day Small-Group Dalmatian Coast Sailing Cruise from Split

Full-Day Small-Group Dalmatian Coast Sailing Cruise from Split - Split, Croatia
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

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$130.63

Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is famously scenic and sun-drenched, and on this full-day, 7-hour sailing tour, you’ll have the chance to experience the dazzling charms of the Adriatic Sea first-hand. In the morning, set off from Split on this small-group tour ... More info ›

Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is famously scenic and sun-drenched, and on this full-day, 7-hour sailing tour, you’ll have the chance to experience the dazzling charms of the Adriatic Sea first-hand. In the morning, set off from Split on this small-group tour. The ship's itinerary will vary depending on the season and conditions, but you can count on snorkeling opportunities, the chance to see several beautiful islands, and a restorative three-course lunch on board.

Gorgeous coastlines, scenic views of Split, and crystalline waters with visibility up to 100 feet (30 meters): there’s no doubt that Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast offers up world-class scenery. The best way to discover the Adriatic’s aquatic charms is on a sailing trip, and this 7-hour small-group adventure, you’ll take in the highlights of the Dalmatian Coast. 

From April through September, tours commence at 10am; in October, tours begin at 9am.

Meet your guide on the Split waterfront in front of Diocletian’s Palace and hop aboard your sailing vessel, which will be piloted by professional skippers. The boat comes equipped with snorkeling equipment, a toilet, and a comfortable interior room. You’ll also enjoy a three-course lunch and drinks on board.

Though the route will change depending on the weather conditions and time of year, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the sights of the Dalmatian Coast. Visit local islands like Solta, Brac, and Ciovo, and use the boat as your base to enjoy swimming or snorkeling in the translucent waters.

The tour will conclude at 4pm or 5pm, depending on the season, when you’re returned to your original point of departure.

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Split: Small-Group Sunset Sailing Trip

Split: Small-Group Sunset Sailing Trip - Split, Croatia
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

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$47.50

Sunset sailing in Split, Croatia is a unique opportunity to experience seaside panorama of Split with its 1700 years old Diocletian's Palace.

You will also have some free time to swim, enjoy premium local wines squeezed out of indigenous Croatian varietals, maybe participate in sailing or just relax and enjoy the view. Your boat will be located on Split main waterfront.

You will be sailing in a boat that was constructed for regattas by sailing professionals.

Sunset sailing in Split, Croatia is a unique opportunity to experience seaside panorama of Split with its 1700 years old Diocletian's Palace.

You will also have some free time to swim, enjoy premium local wines squeezed out of indigenous Croatian varietals, maybe participate in sailing or just relax and enjoy the view. Your boat will be located on Split main waterfront.

You will be sailing in a boat that was constructed for regattas by sailing professionals.

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Split: Small-Group Winter Gourmet Sailing Trip

Split: Small-Group Winter Gourmet Sailing Trip - Split, Croatia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$118.76

Gourmet winter sailing excursion in Split-Croatia is a small group tour around Dalmatian islands. You will be provided with snorkeling equipment, food and drinks for an exciting Croatian adventure ... More info ›

Gourmet winter sailing excursion in Split-Croatia is a small group tour around Dalmatian islands. You will be provided with snorkeling equipment, food and drinks for an exciting Croatian adventure. As sailing always depends on the wind we don´t have a strict route but we know you´ll have a great time because the scenery here is fantastic.

This winter gourmet sailing small group excursion is organized by professional skippers with years of experience. The vessel used is one of the best sailing boats accustomed for Adriatic sailing, equipped with sun cover, toilet, snorkeling equipment, comfortable salon etc.
You will be provided with special traditional Dalmatian lunch and drinks and you can actively participate in sailing, or just relax and enjoy the cruise. There is no strict route here as sailing depends on the wind but islands Solta, Brac and Ciovo will reward you with their pristine nature and wild beauty, visibility in Adriatic can be up to 30 meters.

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Split wine tour-indigenous sorts of Kastela region

Split wine tour-indigenous sorts of Kastela region - Split, Croatia

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Split, Croatia

From USD
$71.25

Small group wine tasting tour from Split, Croatia on which you will have a chance to try 4 indigenous wine sorts and enjoy a walk to the nearby Biblical Garden. Our winery is located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak in an old stone house surrounded by vineyards ... More info ›

Small group wine tasting tour from Split, Croatia on which you will have a chance to try 4 indigenous wine sorts and enjoy a walk to the nearby Biblical Garden. Our winery is located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak in an old stone house surrounded by vineyards. Transport is organized year round from Split center Mondays-Tuesdays-Wednesdays-Thursdays-Fridays (weekends on request).

Croatia is not just one of the oldest wine regions on the planet, it’s also one of the most diverse. We have more than 150 indigenous grape sorts and Kastela region near Split has 11. According to the old Church documents family Kuzmanic started producing wines 300 years ago, especially ancient Dalmatian sorts Glavinusa, Babica and Tribljan (ONE NOT AVAILABLE ELSEWHERE). Their cellar located on the slopes of mountain Kozjak is a 120 years old stone house offering fantastic views of the nearby islands. It was also used during a construction of the local railway as a gun powder magazine. We’ll have time to try all their award winning sorts accompanied by traditional Dalmatian snacks and take a stroll to the nearby Biblical Garden

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