What To Expect:
Croatia Travel Tour Highlights
Begin on the Istrian Peninsula in the coastal town of Rovinj. Rovinj maintains its identity as a true fishing port, coming to life at dawn when the morning’s haul is unloaded and the salty sea breeze blows through the city. Inland, wooded hills bolster the city and stop the winds in their tracks. When the fishermen head out to sea, you’ll head into the forest with an expert truffle scout and his truffle-sniffing hound to unearth your own bounty of flavorful fungi. From here, follow the coast to Mali Losinj, a sparkling harbor that boasts pebble beaches and a historic quarter filled with 19th century sea-captains’ houses. As you make your way to your final mainland stop of Zadar, you’ll have the chance to sample wines at one of Croatia’s most famed vineyards. The second half of your journey will be an adventure through Craotia’s intoxicating archipelago. You’ll enjoy motorboat tours through the Kornati Islands National Park, Vis, and Bizevo, and walking tours through Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Split, and the historical town of Korcula. Your journey will end in the picture-perfect city of Dubrovnik where you’ll dine and relax amid the city’s iconic red-tile roofs, baroque architecture, and marble streets.