Korkula, Mlijet & Dubrovnik


Holiday overview




Self Guided


Easy to Moderate


Apr - Dec


£ 795 pp


7 nights

Dubrovnik, pearl of the Adriatic. The islands of Korkula and Mljet, among the most beautiful in the Adriatic and Mediterranean.

This self-guided walking holiday is a variant on our existing holiday and includes, in addition to Dubrovnik and Korkula, the beautiful island of Mljet, with its salt lakes and ruined Roman palace. The island of Korcula is the birthplace of Marco Polo, whilst Dubrovnik needs no introduction. You will stay in bed and breakfasts and in private apartments, will have a local contact for emergencies and will have everything you need to enjoy this relaxed and flexible walking and cultural holiday in an exceptionally beautiful corner of the Adriatic and southern Europe.



  • April, May, October – £795 per person based on 2 people sharing
  • June, September – £855 per person, based on 2 people sharing
  • July and August – £900 per person based on 2 people sharing
  • Single supplement – £250
  • Single person travelling alone – £475

Upgraded accommodation available on request.



  • 7 nights accommodation in hotels and B & Bs
  • Breakfast each morning
  • Transportation to and from the airport
  • Transfers as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Ferry tickets as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Local Backup
  • Luggage Transportation


Not Included:

  • Drinks
  • Evening Meals
  • Insurance
  • Entrance to Mljet national park has to be paid for on the spot and is not included.
  • Anything not mentioned in the programme

Day 1:  Lumbarda and Korcula Island

After meeting with our driver at the Dubrovnik Airport, we will take you around the Peljesac peninsula to the port of Orebic, where you will take a ferry to Korčula. After a short sail (just 10–15 minutes) you arrive to Korcula island and the seaside village of Lumbarda. Lumbarda is your base for the next 2 days.

On the first day, if you will have enough time, you can take a short warm-up walk, following the path above the village, visit some of the sandy beaches and vineyards or enjoy the spectacular view of the open sea and the island of Lastovo, or to the Peljesac peninsula, without interruptions of cars and traffic.

Overnight:  Lumbarda (Korcula island)


Day 2:  Korcula

After breakfast, you will start the walking tour from the village of Lumbarda. For your first day, we suggest you take the route that goes from the village to the town of Korcula. On this route, you will get to experience the interesting scenery of sandy beaches, pine woods, and olive groves. Upon your arrival in Korcula, you will get a chance to explore the town at your own leisure (the narrow streets of the Old Town, the Korcula Cathedral, and the museum, the birthplace (house) of Marco Polo).

Overnight:  Lumbarda (Korcula island)


Day 3: Travel to Mljet island, hiking in the national park

Today you visit delightful island of Mljet, famous by it is natural protected area where are two salt lakes and many historical monuments date from the ancient times. After breakfast you have a transfer to port of Korcula where you take the ferry to Mljet, journey time is about 45 min.

Your hiking trip starts in village Polace or Pomena (famous by ruined Roman Palace) and your route will take you around the salt lakes, through villages, vineyards and pine forest in the national park of Mljet. Hiking distance is about 10 km

Overnight: Polace/Pomena (Mljet island)


Day 4: Mljet hiking through the national park

The second day on Mljet you will have a chance to explore much more of this green island and walk to the Mt Montokuc just above the national park lakes. If there is a season of nice weather you can enjoy swimming in salt lakes (the sea temperature is always a couple of degrees higher than in the open sea), during the day you can visit St. Mary island where the Benedictine founded a monastery in 12 century. This island you can reach by regular water taxi.

The hiking distance is about 12 -15 km

Overnight: Polace/Pomena (Mljet island)


Day 5: Mljet – Dubrovnik

This is a departure day from Mljet, to Dubrovnik where you spend the next 2 days. You take the ferry from Mljet island to Dubrovnik and arrive to Dubrovnik port around noon. During the afternoon in Dubrovnik, you have free time or an optional city tour with our guide, or if you like to do more hiking there is a nice walk up to hill Srdj above Dubrovnik.

Overnight: Dubrovnik


Day 6: Dubrovnik  – Lopud island – Dubrovnik

This morning you take the ferry from Dubrovnik port to Lopud island, a sail takes about 50 min, and for the return (in the afternoon hours) you have several departures from the Lopud port to Dubrovnik.

Lopud island has lush Mediterranean vegetation, a mild climate with plenty of sunny days, old stone houses, churches, and a number of noble palaces. Lopud is the perfect place for getaway from Dubrovnik for a day hike, there are several hiking trails, the nicest one makes loop around the island in distance of 9 km where you can discover old forts, churches, a botanical garden, magnificent views over the cliffs…  Lopud is also famous for having one of the best sandy beaches in Dubrovnik.

Walking distance around 9km.

Overnight: Dubrovnik


Day 7: Dubrovnik – Cavtat

Morning shuttle to the coastal town of Cavtat, the rest of the day is on your own or hiking tour to the hills above Cavtat (7km), or explore Cavtat coastal countryside to town Cilipi and back, or on foot explore bays and the historical parts of the town and enjoy beaches and sunsets.

Overnight: Cavtat


Day 8: Departure and transfer to airport.

After breakfast and in accordance your flight time, we will organize the transport service to the Dubrovnik Airport, the Dubrovnik port or the bus terminal.


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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