Dalaman Taxi Transfers

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Day 1: Embarkation in Split at 17:00 Split is the largest and most important Dalmatian city, the second largest urban centre in Croatia. UNESCO protected Diocletian Palace in Split was built between the late 3rd and the early 4th century A.D by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Overnight in Milna. Milna is a typical small island village with Mediterranean charm and atmosphere. The village is settled in 16th century, by shepherds. Nowadays very popular nautical resort, known by good authentic Dalmatian restaurants.

 

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Day 2: Cruise to Vis after lunch in Milna. The Mediterranean communities even in the Neolithic times, 3 thousand years BC, inhabited the island Vis, especially territory of today’s’ City of Vis.

Day 3: Cruise to Lastovo. Lastovo is very popular area for scuba divers because of its’ rich underwater life and sunk ships from past times. Local people are mainly fishermen so this is perfect place to enjoy in fresh sea food. Also main town Lastovo can be explored by enjoyable hiking tour through forested roads.

 

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Day 4: Cruise to Korčula. Korčula is rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages, and harbour in a glorious old town, the island of Korčula is the sixth-largest Adriatic island is abundant culture and history helped define its popular name ‘Little Dubrovnik’, a wonderfully romantic promenade runs through the town by the city walls and is teeming with lively cafes. Korčula town is also claimed to be the birth place of Marco Polo.

Day 5: Cruise to Bol and Jelsa. Bol is situated in a secluded place, on the southern coast and also the oldest town of Brač. East and west of Bol are famous shores and beautiful beaches. Overnight in Jelsa.

 

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Day 6: Cruise from Jelsa to Hvar. Hvar often alluded to as the “Santorini” of Croatia due to its much photographed Venetian architecture, offers a mix of culture and a vibrant restaurant and café life. Despite its popularity, Hvar has nevertheless maintained its authenticity with an exceptional climate boasting 120 days of sunshine a year. Overnight in Hvar.

Day 7: From Hvar to Trogir. The UNESCO World Heritage City of Trogir is a charming small town situated on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a bridge. The town centre is full of historical sites, narrow cobbled streets and stone houses. Trogir is also known by its’ night life practically whole night streets and clubs are crowded with both tourists and locals.

 

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Day 8: Cruise to Split early in the morning. Disembarking at 09:00

Please Note: This Program may vary due to bad weather conditions. You will visit the places listed but your captain may replace or choose alternative routes for your safety.

 


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