Two distinct countries. Each with its own culture, tradition, landscape. What unites them? Miles and miles of untouched Adriatic coast. Bike along its shores. See it glittering in the distance on mountain hikes. Learn its history. The common ground between Croatia and Montenegro is not ground at all, but water.
1-2 Witness the vast beauty of the Dalmatian Coast on a journey from Split to Korčula Island Spin along the southern coast of Korčula past vineyards, olive groves and quaint villages Enjoy a peaceful early morning boat ride to the windy town of Viganj for a hike to the summit of St. Elias, the highest point of the Peljeac Peninsula with 360-degree views Take part in a tour of historic Korčula Town, a rumored birthplace of Marco Polo, on one of the most verdant islands in the Adriatic.
3 Pedal through the wine-growing region of the Peljeac Peninsula —known for big reds and big hills—from the inland village of Donja Banda to the vast blue coast Ready for lunch? Savor some of the best locally sourced seafood in Croatia Explore the World Heritage site of Dubrovnik, often referred to as the Pearl of the Adriatic, with its turrets, spires and red-tiled roofs.
4-6 The Konavle region, on the southernmost tip of Croatia, provides plentiful views of mountains, fruit trees and the sea Bike across the border to Montenegro and the coastal town of Tivat, whose rocky mountains are decorated with cypress, fig, olive, cedar and pine trees Hike to the top of Mount Lovćen to discover the imposing Mausoleum of Njego, the eminent Montenegrin poet and philosopher The winding cobbled streets of Kotor shelter charming squares, medieval churches and former aristocratic mansions Finish your exploration of this picturesque region with a kayak or stand-up paddleboard excursion at the Bay of Kotor, a World Heritage site.