Transfer from Split airport to Dubrovnik
One way transfer
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Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, is most surely one of Croatia’s famous landmarks. Situated in the southern part of Dalmatia region, it is the southernmost city in Croatia and one of the most famous UNESCO protected sites in Croatia and Europe. Dubrovnik is reachable by land, air or sea. Its international airport is connected to major European cities and is 17 km away from the town. While you’re visiting Dubrovnik, do not hesitate to explore the entire Riviera, islands and peninsulas and other major Dalmatian and Croatian cities like Split, Makarska Zagreb, etc.
Pelješac is the second largest peninsula in Croatia, located in the Dubrovnik Riviera. The natural beauty of Pelješac still defies commercial and urban values. This beautiful peninsula is easily accessible by land or sea, the main port on Pelješac is Orebić connecting the peninsula to the island Korčula. If you want to visit Pelješac, we recommend the main tour departing from Ston on the main route 58 km long to Orebić passing through the picturesque village Janjina. This is a drive you will surely enjoy and which you can consider the Wine-road since the best wines come mostly from Pelješac peninsula.
Mljet is an island in the Dubrovnik Riviera known for the National Park Mljet and a cove that is believed to be the place described in the Homer’s Odyssey. It is one of the islands in Croatia with the best preserved natural beauty. The best way to visit Mljet Island from Dubrovnik is if you go through Pelješac peninsula; drive along the Adriatic coast to the town Ston on Pelješac and then take a regular ferry line from Prapratno to Sobra on island Mljet. The whole journey will take around 1,5 hour, but it will be worth your while.
The historical core of the town Cavtat is made up of ancient remains and Renaissance palaces and villas. Cavtat is an ancient town south of Dubrovnik, the tourist and cultural center of Konavle, the southernmost region of Croatia. Cavtat is located 25 kilometers from Dubrovnik. You can get there by bus or by boat from the Old town of Dubrovnik. The easiest way to arrive to Cavtat is by plane, because the Dubrovnik Airport is only a few kilometers away. Its scenery, the rich cultural and historical heritage along with the range of services offered to tourists, meet the demands of the contemporary tourists, thus making it one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic coast.
ELAPHITE ISLANDS – Koločep, Lopud, Šipan
On the western side of Dubrovnik, in its immediate surroundings is a small archipelago consisting of several islands in the Adriatic Sea. A visit of the Elaphite islands could be the high point of your visit to Dubrovnik. Although there is a regular ferry line to the islands, the schedules make it impossible to visit all three islands in one day. Luckily, there are many private cruisers departing from Dubrovnik, taking you to the beautiful day trip around the islands.
Its natural sights, summer manor, pavilion, aqueduct and baroque fountain are one of the best examples of garden architecture found among the Dubrovnik summer manors. With its natural beauty and lush vegetation, Trsteno is one of the loveliest places in the region of Dubrovnik. With its clean and unpolluted sea, shoreline promenades, possible excursions to the Elaphite Islands, and easy access to Dubrovnik, Trsteno and its Arboretum is an ideal holiday resort. Trsteno is accessible by land, an easy drive along the Adriatic coast from Dubrovnik will last around 20-30 minutes.