Honeymoon in Croatia Travel Pakage

A Romantic and Lively itinerary with Romance, Adventure and Serenity. Enjoy Seaside Getaways, Ancient History, and Boat Rides to Wine Tasting, ATV Adventures, and a Blue Cave on your Honeymoon in Croatia Travel Package.

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What's Included in your Honeymoon in Croatia Travel Pakage

  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Split, Croatia
  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Vis, Croatia
  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Hvar Town, Croatia
  • 3-Nights Accommodation in Dubrovnic, Croatia
  • Car and Ferry Transportation
  • Tours and Attractions as noted in the Itinerary
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Your Honeymoon in Croatia Travel Pakage Itinerary

Day 1-3 Split, Croatia


Radisson Blu Resort

Overlooking the Adriatic Sea with the ritzy islands of Hvar and Brac directly in front of us, our hotel puts you at the heart of Dalmatia.

The perfect location for a seaside getaway

Split has a history of 1,700 years, including Diocletian’s Palace built in the 3rd century. Within this palace, you can visit the oldest Catholic cathedral in Europe. Therefore, our location offers wonderful vacations, a lot of history, and a perfect destination for meetings and incentives.

Premier amenities for a relaxing vacation

With 3 restaurants, you can enjoy our super breakfast buffet, Dalmatian cuisine, international cuisine, and Mediterranean cuisine beachside. Relax at the Spa, enjoy the beach, or swim in one of their pools. 


  • Private Split Walking Tour

Explore nearly 1,700 years of history and discover top attractions with ease on this Split walking tour. Admire famous landmarks such as the Diocletian’s Palace, the Catholic Cathedral of Saint Domnius, the Golden Gate and the Riva Harbor. During your sightseeing tour, discover hidden secrets many visitors miss and gain insight into this ancient city’s colorful past with your private guide.


    • Palazzo di Diocleziano:  Visit the 1700 year old Diocletian’s Palace in the modern city of Split 
    • Pjaca: See the famous Pjaca square and learn about the importance it once had. 
    • City Clock: See the famous 24-hour “sun” clock at the City Square 
    • Riva Harbor:  Visit the busiest street in Split, the famous Riva promenade.

Nightlife Suggestions:

Sanctuary Bar, Split’s first dedicated cocktail and whiskey bar (Suggestion)

Tucked away in the north of Split’s Old Town by a small secluded square, Sanctuary is Split’s first dedicated cocktail and whiskey bar. There’s also a wide selection of Croatian craft ales and beers, and even a mocktail menu for those who prefer not to imbibe. Drinks are all reasonably priced and are best enjoyed on the outside terrace.

Leopold’s Delicatessen Bar, a shrine to Croatian craft beers (Suggestion)

Beneath its slightly grungy dive-bar fabric, Leopold’s is a shrine for Split’s beer-glugging aficionados. There’s a range of Croatian craft beers, available bottled and on tap. It’s a popular unpretentious joint where you might just find yourself caught up in a prearranged group tasting session. Vinyl records adorn the ceiling and there’s a plain terrace outside for those hot summer nights.

  • Unique Blue Cave and 5 islands tour from Split

Spend a day soaking up Croatia’s beautiful, coastal scenery. Hop aboard your vessel, and leave the city behind. Visit the traditional fishing village of Komiza, explore the famed Blue Cave, admire the beautiful Stiniva Beach, enjoy the festive ambiance of Hvar Town, and more. Snorkeling equipment is provided on board for your convenience, and you’ll have free time to explore, dine (own expense), and swim.


    • Cave Bisevo: Blue cave is highlight of this tour. Natural phenomenon made by sea and wind. Crystal Blue color appears when sunbeams reflects inside the cave. 
    • Komiza:  Stop for sightseeing and breakfast. This is old fisherman’s town where one can experience old Dalmatian customs.
    • Island of Vis: Short stop on Vis caves where you can take nice pics of this natural phenomenon.  
    • Budikovac Island: Nice sand bay between islands where you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling or just drink cocktail in the beach bar.  
    • Stiniva Cove: This is one of the best beaches in Europe. A great place for swimming
    • Hvar: Last stop is Hvar town where you can spend time on sightseeing (best place is Fortica fortress) and where eat traditional Croatian lunch.
  • Day at Leisure or Krka Waterfalls Day Tour with Boat Ride

Enjoy the beauty of Krka National Park at your own pace. In an air-conditioned coach with your tour guide with all the tips and tricks that you need for a relaxing day outdoors around lakes and waterfalls. In Lozovac start  the pathway with your guide.  A total of 5h in the park on two locations. Explore for 2.5h 

Skradinski Buk Waterfall. Your guide is then waiting for you at the arranged time next to the boat pier. Amazing boat ride down the Krka river canyon which will bring you to the area of the town of Skradin, a charming little town close to Krka. Still inside of the NP where you will have 2.5h to relax, enjoy the surrounding scenery or go to swim. On request, we can take you to a local family agrotourism just 10min away for a nice lunch or some wine tasting. It`s on you to decide!

Day 4 – 6 Vis, Croatia


Hotel San Giorgio

Set in a quiet lane, just short stroll away from the glittering blue sea, delightful boutique Hotel San Giorgio offers intimate charming atmosphere, boasting with stylish nature-inspired interiors and enchanting flourish garden courtyard for your moments of relaxation.

Windows and small balconies afford lovely views of the bay or the old town and the warm and  friendly team will provide genuine care to make your holiday memorable. Moreover, you will feel pampered in every second of your stay and return home with plenty of amazing photos and memories to share with your nearest and dearest.


  • Wine Tasting & Winery Tours

Travel in an air-conditioned vehicle to see a different side to Vis island and expand your knowledge of local Croatian wine with this wine-themed adventure. The trip showcases vineyards and olive groves in the oldest part of Vis town, and wine tastings are included along the way.

Island of Vis: On your way through the rich vineyards of the northeastern parts of Vis, you’ll make a stop above Kut, the oldest part of Vis town. Learn about the Greek colony Issa, and how their vineyards and olive groves changed history of Vis forever.

  • Rent Scooters and Explore the Island

Zoom around the picturesque island of Vis and discover the hidden bays and coves. Make sure you check out the stunning Stiniva Beach, a quaint, off-the-beaten-path beach known for its petite size, clear waters & sheltered atmosphere. You can ask your scooter hire company for a map and follow your nose around the ancient villages.

Day 7-9 Hvar Town, Croatia


Riva Marina Hvar Hotel

With 50 elegant and tastefully designed rooms and suites, it pays its respect to its original Mediterranean style villa architecture. All of its public spaces are re-done, including the reception, public areas as well as its restaurant and bar, which enjoys a completely new F&B concept.

The hotel also embraces a new name: Riva Marina, Hvar hotel, emphasizing its prime location. This architectural jewel opens its doors in the upcoming summer and welcome all with a completely new design which will position the hotel in the very top of the market.


  • Hvar Island Self-Guided E-Bike Tour

E-bike is a brilliant choice for true nature lovers, for all who appreciate eco-responsibility and joyful silence which gives you unique feeling of being a part of the nature and places you’re riding through.

    • Milna:  the first stop: a perfect place for swimming with lot of restaurants. 
    • Dubovica Beach: one of the most beautiful bays on island Hvar. 
    • Malo Grablje: popular name for this village is “Ghost city” its because there are no citizens who lives there.  
    • Velo Grablje:  the best possible way of finding out how the islanders (100 years ago) struggled to do the agriculture on a rocky island. 
    • Tvrdava Fortica: Enjoy an amazing view from Fortress “Spanjola” who dominates the town. Built some 100 meters above sea level during the period of the Venetians, today’s appearance dates back to the 16th ct while the medieval walls were already built-in 13th and 14th ct. 30 minutes 
    • Pokonji Dol Beach: last stop is Pokonji Dol beach, a very popular destination for those who want to reach a bathing spot by bike or on foot and at the same time not be too far from Hvar (cca 2 km). Beach bars, a restaurant offer an amazing view of the lighthouse. You can rent deck chairs and parasols.
  • Hvar Island Tour and Olive Oil Tasting

See another side of Hvar on this tour that introduces you to the landscape of the island. You’ll pass through old villages and lavender fields, stop for views of the neighboring islands of Brač and Korčula, and head to Jelsa to visit a wine and olive oil producer. During the adventure, take in the scents, sights, and tastes of the island for a well-rounded experience.

You will see Hvar from a different perspective – inland. As an island full of spectacular views that stretch over lavender fields all the way to Pakleni islands, Vis, Korčula, Brač and Šolta… And that awaits just 5 km from Hvar. 

Start the drive by taking the “old road”  and pass through old villages Brusje and Velo Grablje and through famous lavender fields. The aromas and the views are amazing!

Driving further towards Jelsa to visit the best local wine and olive oil producer on the island. You will be able to enjoy his own produced macerated olive oils in an intimate candle lit wine cellar. Try basil or sage flavored olive oil.  

Then it is time for “Little Venice”- Vrboska, a small fisherman village which is popular by that name due to its canal and small bridges that connect the two parts. This picturesque little town will leave you breathless. 

Leaving Vrboska you will drive through UNESCO protected plain, Ager (Hora). This field is the best preserved Greek cadaster in the Mediterranean. 

Driving back towards Hvar, take a walk in a small village Malo Grablje. An ancient village founded in the 16th century and abandoned many decades ago. Perfect end to your vacation in paradise. 

This tour captures the true essence of Hvar and Mediterranean.

Day 10-12 Dubrovnik, Croatia


Scalini Palace

Fascinating boutique stay in the heart of Dubrovnik

The Scalini Palace boutique hotel in Dubrovnik is exceptionally well situated, right in the center of the Old Town within the massive medieval walls, at the beginning of Boškovićeva Street. You’ll need to make just a few steps to get to the main street, Stradun. From our suites and roof terrace you can gaze out at the Dubrovnik distinctive red roofs and people passing by while having a tasty snack or a refreshing drink.


  • Discover the Old Town Walking Tour

Uncover 1,400 years of history layered within Dubrovnik’s old town on this tour that earns 5-star reviews from travelers. The UNESCO World Heritage site is rich with hidden gems and curious architecture that can be easy to overlook, but a guide’s expert commentary helps you appreciate landmarks like Onofrio’s Fountain, the Franciscan Monastery, and the famous city walls for an ideal introduction to Dubrovnik.


    • Explore Dubrovnik’s fascinating historic center with a guide
    • Learn the history behind important churches, monasteries, fountains, and more
    • Walk along the inside of the ancient city walls
    • Great orientation for first-time visitors that fits easily into most itineraries

Stop At: Dubrovnik Walks: Dubrovnik never fails to awe the visitor; its streets paved with white limestone, its walls crowning the city, and its medieval sandstone-colored houses oozing with history. 

This walking tour takes you deep into the city’s 1,400-year history, recalling ancient tales when Dubrovnik was one of the world’s most prosperous port cites. It tells tales of war and lets the tour-goer in on the culture of the city. 

    • Pass the Franciscan Monastery and admire Orlando’s Column, a monument on the Stradun inspired by the city’s long-standing freedom and sovereignty. 
    • See, too, Onofrio’s Fountain, built in 1438 at the end of a 8-mile (12-km) aqueduct that gave the city its water supply. 
    • The walk also passes by the Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace and the Cathedral of the Assumption, a baroque church built after the devastating earthquake of 1667.
  • ATV/Quad Safari Adventure Tour

You will have the chance to visit parts of Dubrovnik area that are inaccessible by car, as you will drive along country roads and off-road tracks while discovering the beautiful landscape along the way. During the tour you will make a stop at the Srđ Hill located above Dubrovnik Old Town, where you will make some of the best photos of your Dubrovnik vacation. 

Drive through Dubrovnik’s countryside filled with adventure while experiencing some of the best panorama views of Dubrovnik Old Town and surrounding areas! 

A short ride will take you further to a local tavern where you will taste a traditional snack and enjoy the flavors of the region.

Return home with Memories that Last a Lifetime

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