The Adriatic Coast, Islands & Lakes


Holiday overview




Self Guided, Wine Tours




Apr - Oct


£ 795 pp


7 nights

Discover Dubrovnik and its surrounding region; from beautiful coastal bays and islands, to the quiet corners of the countryside.

This tour takes in the natural beauty of the old villages in the Konavle countryside, the Elaphite islands of Dubrovnik, the walled town of Ston with its Peljesac peninsula and the National Park of Mljet island.

Exploring the Croatian coast and islands on foot offers unique opportunity to experience the stunning landscapes, ancient towns and cultural heritage that makes this a must-see destination.



April, May, and October – £795 per person, based on 2 people sharing

June and September – £850 per person, based on 2 people sharing

July and August – £895 per person, based on 2 people sharing

Single supplement £245

Solo supplement £475

Upgraded hotel accommodation: please ask for details



  • 7 nights accommodation in hotels and B & Bs
  • Transfer to and from the airport
  • Welcome orientation meeting
  • ferry tickets and transfers as needed for the itinerary
  • Local Backup
  • Luggage Transportation


Not Included:

  • Drinks
  • Evening Meals
  • Insurance
  • Anything not mentioned in the programme

Day 1: Ston

Meet and greet at Dubrovnik airport and shuttle to Peljesac peninsula and medieval town Ston, your base for the first 2 days.

On the first day, depending on your arrival time, we suggest an easy walking through the historical part of the town of Ston. It is possible to walk along the city walls or around the bay.
Overnight in Ston.


Day 2: Ston – Napoleonic Road and stone vineyards

On the second day in Ston you take a walk towards the wine growing area above Ston. The walking trail starts in the picturesque fields of Ston and continues along the historical French road, known as the Napoleonic road. This road takes you to the inland of the peninsula and vineyards on the stone terraces above the sea and Ston. You can take in beautiful views of the city walls, the salt plains, Vineyards and bays with oyster farms.

Overnight: Ston

Total distance 16 km, elevation 310 m


Day 3: Ston – Mljet island, Polace,

Your day starts with a transfer to the port of Prapratno (near Ston town), from where you will take a ferry to Mljet island. Upon arrival to the port, you will be transferred by car to the National park area, which will be your base for the next 2 days.

Mljet, often called “the green island” because of its lush vegetation, is a pearl in the Adriatic and one of the 8 Croatian national parks. It is famous for the clear blue sea, numerous bays, beaches and cliffs, but also for two lovely saltwater lakes – warm even early in the year.
Upon arrival to Polace (or Pomena) and your check in at your B&B, a walking adventure starts. For the first day on the island we suggest route around the lakes.
Overnight in Polace (Pomena), Mljet.

Distance 14 km, elevation 150 m


Day 4: Lumbarda – Dubrovnik.

On the second day on the island you take a trail to Montokuc hill, the highest peak in the NP. From there take a trail to the lakes and town of Soline at very end of the National park.
Overnight in Polace (Pomena), Mljet.

Distance 12 km, elevation 300 m


Day 5: Mljet – Dubrovnik

Morning ferry from Mljet (NP area) to Dubrovnik.
– Free day in Dubrovnik or optional city tour with our guide.

After breakfast check out from your guesthouse in Polace (Pomena) and ferry to Dubrovnik.
In Dubrovnik you have a free time to explore the town on your own or optional city tour in the historical part of Dubrovnik. Or you may choose to hike to hill Srd above Dubrovnik Old town and enjoy the spectacular views.

Overnight in Dubrovnik.


Day 6: Lopud

This morning we take a ferry from Gruz port to the Lopud island. Sail takes about 55 min. Two departure times (in the afternoon hours) are available for your return to Dubrovnik.
Lopud is rich in lush Mediterranean vegetation and has a mild climate with plenty of sunny days, old stone houses, churches and a large number of noble palaces. There are several hiking trails including the one that makes a loop around the island of 9 km, along which you discover old forts, churches, a botanical garden and enjoy a magnificent view of the cliffs. Lopud is also known for having one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in the area.

Overnight Dubrovnik

Distance 9 km, elevation 300 m


Day 7: Dubrovnik – Konavle

In the morning after breakfast, our driver will take you to Konavle valley, a picturesque farming area between Dubrovnik airport and border with Montenegro. In the valley there are nice walking trails passing by the river and the old villages.

Distance 12.5km, elevation 100 m
Or optional coastal route; distance 16 km, elevation gain 400 m


Day 8: Departure

Departure and transfer to Dubrovnik Airport after breakfast.



Seven nights accommodation in hotels and B & B’s



By air to Dubrovnik  airport. There are numerous flights to Dubrovnik from across the UK with budget airlines such as FlyBe, Easyjet and Monarch.

There is a transfer included from Dubrovnik to Lumbarda and also back to the airport at the end of the trip.


What to take:

Sturdy walking boots and walking socks (with a change of socks in rucksack), rucksack/day pack, 1 x water bottle with 1 litre capacity, insect repellent, sun glasses, sun hat, sunblock/cream, compass, torch, first-aid kit.



We recommend that you take out appropriate holiday insurance covering you against illness, injury, and loss or damage to luggage. This insurance should also cover the possibility of your having to cancel your holiday for any reason.
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