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From Dubrovnik to Korcula, discover Croatia

As a country that was little visited just a few years ago, Croatia has become a flagship destination in Europe, charming thousands of tourists every year. At the crossroads of Slavic, Austrian, Mediterranean and Eastern influence, admittedly, the country has no lack of attractions.

Croatia offers a wealth of panoramas, between the proximity of the Adriatic Sea, a coastline rich in history and heritage, many exquisite islands, not to mention the Dinarid mountains and the Danube plain.

However, visiting the whole of Croatia in just one trip would be difficult, so here, we suggest one itinerary among many other possibilities.

Good to know: In Croatia, due to its lengthy terrain and winding coastal roads, driving can be quite time-consuming. Therefore, we recommend that you take regular breaks to ensure your safety and that of your family, and especially to enjoy all the rich experiences that the country has to offer.

Visiting Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, known as the pearl of the Adriatic, is a must-see in Croatia. An ancient fortified city, it has a very rich cultural and historical heritage.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments make the city an open-air museum.
You will definitely be impressed by Its monasteries, palaces, churches and fountains.  

Discover Kotor in Montenegro

Another city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kotor was built between the 12th and 14th centuries and is full of historical monuments.
To reach Kotor, you will travel through Montenegro, where you can admire many medieval villages and narrow beaches along its Adriatic coastline. Before reaching your destination, you will discover Kotor bay, similar to a fjord, dotted with coastal churches and fortified towns.

Head to Mljet Island

As it is the most preserved of all the Croatian islands, Mljet is very authentic. Listed as a national park, for the most part, Mljet is a quiet, very green area where you can walk in the forests, go for bike rides and swim in its clear lakes.

Direction Korcula

A must-see in Croatia, Korcula’s Gothic monuments are remarkably well preserved. You will love its small cobbled streets with the charm of yesteryear, Saint Marc’s cathedral and its collections of Italian paintings.  Don’t forget to take a dip in Korcula’s refreshing wild coves, still well-preserved from tourists.
From Korcula, if you have some time to spare, you can discover the remarkable islands of South Dalmatia.

Getting to Croatia: Many airlines fly to Croatia, connecting to the four international airports: Zagreb, Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik.
You can also collect your temporary transit car at our pick-up point in Germany, and use the opportunity to take a road-trip through Germany, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. Undoubtedly the promise of a memorable journey.