Timeless Chic in the Dalmatian Coast
Enjoy the pleasures of Croatia, where the Mediterranean remains unspoilt. Reach inaccessible coves in your own private speedboat, cave in to luxury.
"Andrea did a wonderful job designing an itinerary to suit three generations of diverse interests, and was flexible and responsive to last minute changes and requests. He showed us many hidden treasures of this beautiful region that would have missed we're it not for him."
- Heather on her journey in Italy
A possible, beautiful itinerary for you
History through Gastronomy
Arrival at Split. The Dalmatian Coast features some of the most interesting terrain you have ever seen. It is rugged and to some degree inaccessible. This is fortunate in a way, the charm of the Mediterranean has been kept intact. As you tour the city, you are confronted with a deeper, more ancient history. The beautiful cathedral is the resting place of Diocletian, the man who saved the Roman Empire some 1,700 years ago. The great emperor sprung from these very shores.He chose Split from all other places for his Palace, and as the sun sets and paints the Adriatic incandescent red, can you blame him?
Your Love for the Classics
The Dalmatian Coast is so rugged, that one of the best ways to explore it is by small vessel. You step on your luxury speedboat, your hostess welcomes you with a smile. The engine revs up and you find yourself rushing through the blue waters of the Adriatic, the wind on your face… it is a classic image. It suits you well. You spend the day snorkeling in dreamlike coves in the Pakleni Islands, enjoying the treasures of Dalmatia now in a complete Mediterranean mood: mellow, elegant, relaxed yet in control. When the sun begins to turn westward, you while the afternoon away in the cafés and bars of the chic city of Hvar. Read more
Let Me Just Hop Over the Border
You could stay in Split for the rest of your vacation, but you want to see what else the Dalmatian coast has to offer. On the way south, you hop over to Bosnia & Herzegovina to see the mythical city of Mostar. It has a complicated history that has left it with a very distinct character. The Old Bridge is a prime example of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. It is exquisite.
A City of Fantasy
Dubrovnik is a city that embodies what a Mediterranean enclave should be like. It possesses the naïveté and ruggedness of a place untouched by tourism, and still has every luxury and facility that a distinguishing traveller demands. In short, it could very well be the capital of a fantasy kingdom. Farther south, the silk weavers of Konavle keep their craft alive and create such beautiful adornments with their hands.
Treasures in Coves
The real lure of the Adriatic lies in the nooks and hidden coves, in the mysterious regions that seem unexplored even in one of the busiest seas. Aboard your speedboat, you reach wondrous corners of pristine nature. These secret places remain because they are inaccessible. And as the sea caresses these hidden shores and your loved ones enjoy the beauty of nature, you make a pact with Dalmatia: you will see me return!