It's an experience like no other. Bike amid stunning karst mountains. Gaze out over sun-drenched islands. Stroll ancient cobblestone streets. Kayak secluded inlets and soak up the sun on hidden beaches. Then linger over unbelievably fresh seafood. Come truly experience the Dalmatian Coast.
1 Bike from seaside Split, home to Roman Emperor Diocletian's Palace, through the Dinara Mountains' magnificent karst landscape | Ride along the Cetina River to Omi, a coastal town with a colorful pirate history | Take a refreshing dip in the Adriatic Sea | Savor delectable Croatian cuisine in the peaceful village of Duće.
2-3 On Brač Island, hike through pine forests, along secluded bays and past Blaca Hermitage, a captivating 16th-century monastery | Settle into a chair on the sundeck for a boat ride to lavender-scented Hvar, the archipelago's swankiest island | Check out Croatia's most impressive collection of Venetian Renaissance architecture in Hvar Town | Spin past ancient stone terraces en route to Stari Grad.
4 Kayak the coves of the Pakleni Islets, stopping to swim and kick back on a tranquil beach | It's a relaxing boat trip to Korčula Island—a great time for reading, socializing or maybe a cannonball off the upper deck | Explore Vela Luka, a seaside village with over 2,500 hours of annual sunshine!
5-6 Awesome island views keep you pedaling along Korčula's hills past quaint villages and vineyards | Discover the medieval town of Korčula, a treasure trove of stone palaces, and a rumored birthplace of Marco Polo | Marvel at dazzling Dubrovnik's imposing stone fortress walls during a guided walk.