This island hopping adventure explores Croatia’s 3 most popular islands, the vibrant and glamourous Hvar, the enchanting medieval Korčula and the beautiful Brac, known for it’s stunning beaches. This itinerary really does showcase the best of  Croatia’s islands.  You’ll be transported seamlessly between the islands via ferry, allowing you to soak up the scenic coastal views along the way.

14 nights, From £925*

Price is a guide for this multi centre holiday, including all your flights, hotels, ferries and transfers.

*Prices are only to act as a guide


5 Nights Brac
4 Nights Korcula
5 Nights Hvar

✈️ UK to Brac (5 nights):  You will first fly in to the city of Split. You can choose to spend time in Split exploring it’s historic old town, or head straight to your first island. You’ll either hop on a pre-arranged ferry or we can also take you there by speedboat. Whichever you choose, you’ll leave the city behind and head to the blissful world-class beaches on the island of Brac, just a short ferry ride from Split.  Perhaps one of the most famous beaches in Brac, and indeed the whole of Croatia, is Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) which is a stunning natural phenomenon. Located near the town of Bol, this unique beach stretches like a horn into the sea, constantly changing its shape with the currents and winds. It is a perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, and water sports.  Another favourite is Lovrecina Bay, which is tucked away on the northern coast of Brac, and is ideal for families with children, boasting shallow waters and peaceful surroundings.  Supetar is the main town on Brac, with a lovely horseshoe-shaped bay right next to the town’s promenade and has some fabulous restaurants and tavernas lining its shores – a favourite spot for locals and visitors alike. Other charming coastal towns to explore on the island include Milna a laid-back town nestled in a picturesque bay, and Postira an old maritime town with narrow streets. A visit to Vidova Gora, in the centre of the island, and the highest peak on the Adriatic islands, is a must.  On the way up, you’ll walk through fragrant pine forests before being rewarded with the most wonderful view at the top, including the Zlatni Rat beach below and a wonderful panorama of the nearby islands amidst the shimmering sea.

⛴️ Brac to Korcula (4 nights):  From one idyllic island to the next, your next stop is the captivating Korcula, which you’ll get to via ferry.  Korcula is an island steeped in history and legend and is believed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo.  It has a fascinating medieval Old Town with narrow cobblestone streets and elegant Venetian-style buildings.  However, if it’s stunning beaches you’re looking for, you won’t be disappointed. The beaches in Korcula are generally fairly secluded with an intimate feel, making them perfect for those seeking a quiet, relaxed beach experience. Among the best are Vela Przina in Lumbarda, a sandy beach ideal for families and sunbathers, and Pupnatska Luka, a sheltered bay surrounded by rocky cliffs. You can also head to secluded coves such as Bacva and Samograd and enjoy swimming, snorkelling, or simply soaking up the sun’s rays. Korcula is renowned for its winemaking heritage and has some excellent local wines.  There a many wine tours you can enjoy, amidst the lush surroundings and breath-taking coastal views where you can learn about the winemaking traditions and sample the local wines, including Grk and Pošip.

⛴️ Korcula to Hvar (5 nights):  For your final stop, you’ll hop on a ferry to the glamourous island of Hvar, an island gem in the Adriatic Sea, that boasts some of the clearest turquoise-green waters you’ll ever come across. The island offers an intriguing juxtaposition of quiet cove beaches, unassuming fishing bays and lavender fields with a distinctly upscale, glamourous side, and in the summer, the harbour comes alive with visiting luxury yachts, parties and exclusive events.   The heart of Hvar is Hvar Town, located on the southwestern coast of the island where you’ll find narrow cobblestone streets, ancient buildings, and elegant squares.  The Town Square, also known as St. Stephen’s Square, is surrounded by historic landmarks, including the Cathedral of St. Stephen, a beautiful Renaissance cathedral with an impressive bell tower. A visit to Hvar wouldn’t be complete without exploring the surrounding islands. The Pakleni Islands, a small archipelago just off Hvar’s coast, offer a perfect opportunity for boating, swimming, snorkelling and exploring the hidden coves. The Blue Cave, located on the nearby island of Biševo, is a definite must-see and is known as one of Croatia’s most enchanting natural wonders with its mesmerising blue glow that creates a magical experience as the reflected light illuminates the entire cave with an ethereal turquoise hue.

✈️ Hvar to UK: You’ll be transferred by boat back to Split, either by ferry or you can upgrade to a speedboat which will take you direct to the airport, from where you will then fly home to the UK