These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Croatia, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Bike ride through the Konavle Valley.
Explore Dubrovnik's historic city walls.
Sail through the Elaphiti Islands on your private yacht.
Taste Croatia's top wines and oyster on the Pelješac Peninsula.
Relax poolside in your private villa.
Take in the scenic waterfalls at Krka National Park.
Sample local Croatian wines at vineyards in Hvar and Pelješac.
Explore the crystalline waters of the Pakleni Islands by kayak.
Uncover Dubrovnik’s UNESCO-protected, walled city with an expert guide.
Discover the preserved traditional culture of the Konavle Valley.
Wander the mosques, churches and bazaars of historic Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Feast on the local dish of soparnik after seeing it cooked in a family home.
Marvel at the natural beauty of Lake Bled and the Julian Alps.
Sample the freshest seafood possible at a family oyster farm in Ston.
Set out with a guide and his trained dogs for truffle hunting in Istria.
Join a local chef in Trogir for a market tour and five-course dining experience.
Visit a country home in Konavle for a traditional peka meal and rakija tasting.
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