Perfect honeymoon Croatia itinerary
Day 1 Zagreb airport transfer and walking tour
What better way to start the tour is by our driver waiting for you and taking you on a private transfer to your accommodation in the city center. When you get ready, we will take you on a private tour of the Croatian capital, followed by a dinner in one of Zagreb’s restaurants.
Zagreb is a small, safe city with a rich history. The walking tour will take you through the streets of Zagreb so you can, not only find out about the history of the city, but also you can experience the everyday life. From the Main square, the Cathedral, through the busy streets of the Upper town and the Stone gate all the way to the Strossmayer promenade where you have a feeling like the city is at the palm of your hand.
Day 2 Slovenia Tour
Zagreb and Croatia have a big plus and that is their location in the heart of Europe. On day tours, just half an hour drive and you are in a different country. We will do a day trip to Slovenia and you will see the best sights of the country. You will visit Postojna cave, Bled lake and Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital.
It’s all about love. In Postojna cave you will hold hands while the train is taking you deep inside the Postojna cave. On Lake Bled you can take a romantic private boat ride and in Ljubljana, on the main square, we will tell you all about the love story and poems written by a Slovenian poet France Prešern.
Day 3 Half day tour to Trakošćan castle and Varaždin city
In the morning you have free time and in the afternoon we are taking you to see one of the most beautiful castles in Croatia. Castle Trakošćan is hidden between the hills of Zagorje region, a castle surrounded by woods and a Lake on which you can take a romantic walk or a boat ride. In Trakošćan you will feel like the time stopped and you have been taken back to the time of knight and fairy ladies. Varaždin city is next. This little baroque city will make you fall in love with it’s colorful streets and squares. They call it the city of angels and you can find out about the dragon hiding below the city.
Day 4 Istria tour
This tour takes you to Istria region, the region where the green hills meet the blue Adriatic sea, with perfect food and even better wines. You will explore the fortified cities of the Istrian inland and the roman heritage of the coastline cities. The cities you can visit are Motovun, Rovinj, Pula. Motovun is a great example of a fortified medieval Istrian city. The view from the city is spectacular, overlooking the Mirna river valley. Rovinj is a city that reminds us a lot of the Italian romantic seaside cities, with colorful facades, small unique souvenir shops and a great sea food offer. Pula is the last city of the day and it’s well worth a visit because Pula has Arena, the best preserved amphitheater in the world.
Day 5 Opatija sightseeing and free afternoon
Opatija is a perfect luxurious destination, made for your enjoyment. You have enough time to enjoy the city and Lungomare, the famous 12 km long boardwalk next to the Adriatic and also enjoy your time alone by taking a massage or spend time at the pool or the beach. Opatija is the city that was actually chosen by many noble people from Austria, in the last century. The villas lined up along the coastline will make you want to stay.
Day 6 Opatija – Plitivce Lakes – Zadar
This day you will spend in the nature while sightseeing the most beautiful national park in Croatia. Plitvice Lakes national park consists of 16 lakes interconnected with gorgeous waterfalls. The color of the lakes goes from turquoise blue to dark green, almost black, depending on the weather. The walk through the nature will recharge your batteries. You will continue your journey to Zadar city, the city with the most beautiful sunset in the world – check if Hitchcock was right about that one. Imagine yourselves in a romantic situation, listening to the sea organ and looking at the sunset.
Day 7 Split sightseeing and a visit to Trogir
Start of your cruise starts in Split. You will take a walking tour of the city and start the part of your honeymoon on the water. Split is actually a city built by the Roman emperor Diocletian. The palace was his summer residence. The city as we know today evolved around the palace, but the interesting fact is that people still live inside the palace, which is a UNESCO heritage. No where else in the world could you find an example like that.
Trogir city is also listed as UNESCO heritage, due to the preserved town center. Take a stroll and see why Trogir was always a favorite place for the ‘’stars’’ that visited Croatia.
Day 8 Split – Bol – Hvar
In the morning you will leave Split and start the cruise towards the Island of Brač and a famous beach Zlatni rat. After the morning spent on the beach, next stop is the island of Hvar. Hvar is one of the sunniest islands on the Adriatic. It is the island of breathtaking lavender fields, but it is also an island with a rich history and abounds in historical landmarks. In the evening Hvar offer endless possibilities of entertainment – restaurants, bars, cafes and beach clubs open long into the night.
Overnight in the port.
Day 9 Hvar – Vis and Blue cave
The early morning cruise will take you to the small island of Biševo so you can see the Blue Cave, a nature’s work of art. The cruise will then continue towards the island of Vis, once entirely closed to visitors. Vis is known for its WWII monuments, secluded beaches and importantly, by its excellent food.
Overnight in the port.
Day 10 Vis – Korčula
Next destination is the gorgeous island of Korčula, better known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. After a stop for lunch along the way you will arrive in Korčula in the late afternoon where a guide will wait to take you on a guided tour of this medieval town with fortified walls that hide exciting stories and legends. Korčula has an abundant choice of restaurants, for you to enjoy your gourmet experience.
Overnight in Korčula.
Day 11 Korčula – Mljet island
Mljet is another Croatian national park you have a chance to visit. It depends on you what activity you decide to take – spend a day on the beach or take an e-bike around the island… Mljet is called the green island due to the fact that the majority of the city id under forest. It is also known as the island of the Odysseus cave because the legend says that Odysseus shipwrecked on this island and claimed that he has not seen an island that beautiful nowhere in the world.
Day 12 Mljet – Ston
Morning departure towards the small village of Slano on the mainland, a small and quiet fishermen’s village with a backdrop of lush green hills. The next stop is Ston, a city with the longest defensive walls in Croatia, nowadays it is very famous for its oysters. We will visit the oyster farm to learn more about their farming and taste this delicious treat. The evening is reserved for the captain’s dinner on board with live entertainment and music.
Day 13 Ston – Dubrovnik
This day is reserved for Dubrovnik. A walking tour of the city, romantic walks and a view from Srđ mountain. Dubrovnik will take your breath away. When you enter the city gates it will be like you entered into history.
Day 14 Dubrovnik
Breakfast and airport transfer. We offer airport transfers to any airport in the region.