Fly-drive van Dubrovnik en Orebic

Dubrovnik and Orebic

Dubrovnik and Orebic

from   € 475,00

You will get a perfect impression of this beautiful region: the UNESCO World Heritage City of Dubrovnik and the Peljesac wine region where famous wines come from. You get tips and recommendations with places of interest from the neighborhood, addresses to enjoy the delicious gastronomy. In addition, it is of course fun to explore the area by car, which is close by, but for example you also can across the border to Mostar.


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10 days
2-4 persons


Day 1 - Arrival

Arriving by plane, the rental car is ready at Dubrovnik airport. It took some getting used to the new car but soon on its way to the bustling city of Dubrovnik. After approximately 30 kilometers you will arrive at the hotel where you will spend 2 nights.

Day 2 - Dubrovnik

Visit Dubrovnik today, also known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic". In its heyday, this city was one of the most powerful in this part of Europe, with a fleet that rivaled that of Genoa and Venice. The city is unique with its enormous ramparts with bastions, its staircase streets and the old center of countless monuments. The entire historic center is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Day 3 - Dubrovnik → Orebic (115 km)

Today you leave Dubrovnik and drive via the coastal road (Magistrale) and the Peljesac peninsula to the place Orebic. Here you will stay in a luxurious 4-star hotel for the next 6 nights. Orebic used to be the center of shipping and a favorite residence of many sea captains and ship owners. They had the most beautiful villas built that give the city a charming appearance. Just outside Orebic, on a hilltop, is the 15th-century Franciscan monastery "Gospa od Angela". The view alone, of the coast and inland of Korcula, is more than worth the hike up. The monastery's chapel church was established to protect the sailors from shipping disasters.

Day 4 - Day off or going out?

Do you enjoy a quiet day at the beach and / or the swimming pool today or do you go out and about? After breakfast you will drive to the old fishing village Loviste, the last town on the Peljesac peninsula. Lovište is a small seaside town, founded in 1885, and has about 250 inhabitants. Being at the end of the peninsula, it was isolated before a road to the city was built. During the summer months, Loviste is popular with those looking for a quieter place to spend their summer vacation.

Day 5 - Kite surfing

Good spots for kite surfing in Croatia are not uncommon, but Viganj and Kuciste are definitely those places worth visiting. Due to its favorable location, there is almost always wind here.

Day 6 - Mostar

Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city is located in the province of Herzegovina, approximately 160 kilometers from the hotel. Mostar is the capital of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is the largest and most important city in the Herzegovina region. Founded in the 13th century, Mostar flourished in the Ottoman Empire for the next four centuries. Its strategic location made Mostar a hub of merchants traveling from the Adriatic Sea to the interior of the Balkans, and vice versa. Mostar takes its name from that time, when guards ("Mostari") watched from their towers who was entering or leaving the city via the wooden bridge over the Neretva. In 1566 work on a stone bridge to replace the now shaky wooden bridge over the Neretva was completed. This bridge, the Stari Most or the "Old Bridge" was a masterpiece of Baroque Ottoman architecture by Turkish architect Mimar Hajrudin.

Day 7 - Climbing St. Ilija

On warm days it is wise to leave early. From the town of Nakovana you can reach the highest peak of Peljesac in a few hours of walking. The top is at an altitude of 961 meters, from here the view is truly spectacular. But make sure you stay on the marked trails! You will receive digital directions from us that can be read and walked through an app on your phone. If desired and for a fee, a guide can accompany you to show you the way and take photos of and for you.

Day 8 - Korcula

Of course you can take the boat from the hotel to the old town of Korcula, but it is of course much more fun to make the crossing by car and explore the island. In the center of Orebic, the ferry regularly sails to and from the island of Korcula. Korcula is one of the largest Croatian islands, with a length of about 50 kilometers. It is an island full of traditions, old villages, forests, vineyards, olive groves and beautiful (sandy) beaches. Ancient religious ceremonies, folklore and traditional dances are still part of daily life here. The island of Korcula is also known for its delicious white wines made from posip and grk grapes. Grk grapes can only be found in the vineyards of Lumbarda, which makes the Grk wine truly unique.

Day 9 - Orebic → Cavtat (130 km)

For the last night of this holiday you drive towards Cavtat. You may have already noticed the walls in Ston on the way there. These can be walked and give you a beautiful view of the salt pans and the surrounding area. The walls were built in the 14th to protect the salt pans, among other things. The walls of Ston are the largest urban fortification project in the then Europe with a total length of 5.5 kilometers. Cavtat, a village with many palaces, summer houses and monuments from Roman times, is located on the western coast of Konavle. Off the coast of Cavtat is the largest amphorae site of the Adriatic and Mediterranean seas. Walking along the boulevard you will be charmed by the smells and sounds of nature, and you can enjoy peace and quiet in hidden bays. Besides that there is also exceptional cultural heritage to visit.

Day 10 - Departure

Unfortunately the holiday is already over, perhaps there is still time in the morning for a last walk through Cavtat. After a short drive to the airport you can return the car there.
The day program is entirely individual and is purely informative. Interested in one or more activities?
Please do not hesitate to contact us.


Hotel Adria **** - Dubrovnik
Hotel Adria is located in Gruz, 2.5 km from Dubrovnik's Old Town. Most rooms have a balcony with views of the Elaphite Islands and Lapad Bay. Free WiFi and parking are available. All rooms at the Adria are air-conditioned and have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The walls are painted in a light mocha shade, with white curtains. The spacious bathrooms have beige and mocha colored tiles. The restaurant serves Dalmatian dishes. The large windows offer a view of the bay of Gruz. You can also enjoy a drink in the bright café-bar. A breakfast buffet is served.
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Hotel Grand Azur **** - Orebic
The hotel is on the beach and offers panoramic sea views. Wi-Fi is free. All air-conditioned rooms offer satellite TV, a safe, and a minibar. The private bathrooms are fitted with a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer. The restaurants serve Mediterranean cuisine with locally produced olive oil and a selection of local red wines. The hotel also offers a garden, a terrace, an aperitif bar, a massage room and meeting facilities.
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Hotel Cavtat *** - Cavtat
Hotel Cavtat is on the seafront and has a rooftop swimming pool with views of the sea and the city. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a furnished balcony. You can relax on the hotel's beach, which is equipped with sun loungers and parasols. There is also a restaurant at the hotel. All rooms have satellite TV and a private bathroom. Safes are available at the 24-hour reception. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. You can also use a communal sun terrace on the roof. You can also book massage treatments.
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  • Toyota Aygo or similar
  • 2 nights in hotel Adria (Dubrovnik)
  • 6 nights in hotel Grand Azur (Orebic)
  • 1 nights in hotel Cavtat (Cavtat)
  • bed & breakfast in the mentioned hotels

Not included

  • airline tickets
  • upgrade rental car
  • single room surcharge
  • excursions and entrance tickets
  • travel and cancellation insurance


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