Glamping tour Dalmatische kust

Glamping tour Dalmatian coast

Glamping tour Dalmatian coast

from   € 1.850,00

Would the children like to camp, but would you like to enjoy a little more luxury? Then this glamping holiday is the perfect compromise. The whole family sleeps in a glamping tent or a mobile home with sleeping places for everyone.


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15 days
4-5 persons


Day 1 - Arrival

The rental car will be waiting for you at Dubrovnik airport. You drive via the coastal road (Magistrale) and the Peljesac peninsula to the place Orebic. Here you will glamp for the next 5 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 2 - Beach

The holiday is of course entirely your own interpretation, but we are happy to give you some tips and at the reception of each campsite they will probably have more tips for you. Today it is time to settle down and enjoy the sun, sea and beach.

Day 3 - 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 4 - Korcula

Of course you can take a boat from the campsite 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 runs regularly 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 5 - Loviste

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 6 - Orebic → Drvenik (55/150 km)

Today you will leave Orebic to travel to the next Glamping in Drvenik. Do you drive through a small part of Bosnia & Herzegovina (150 km) or do you take the ferry to Ploce to get to your destination (55 km)?

Day 7 - Zipline in Tucepi

The 1000 meter zipline is located in the heart of Makarska Riviera, in the middle of untouched nature near the beautiful gorge of Tucepi. This activity is suitable for every nature lover and adventurer! Explore the scenic landscape from the air!

Day 8 - Mostar

Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city is located in the province of Herzegovina, about 95 kilometers from the campsite. 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 9 - Drvenik → Bol, Brac island (60 km)

Via the ferry in Makarska you sail to the island of Brac. You stay at camping Aloa, near the Zlatni Rat beach (Golden Horn), which is famous for its characteristic point shape. The golden pebbles and the crystal clear blue water create a fairytale picture.

Day 10 - Diving

Go snorkeling or diving! You can enjoy a wonderful underwater world on Zlatni Rat. Spot beautiful fish and other marine life. Not far from the beach you will find Big Blue Diving Dive Center. This diving school is perfect for beginner divers. The dive instructors create a pleasant atmosphere, a wonderful experience!

Day 11 - Historic towns

Get to know the ancient towns on the island of Brac. White houses with red roofs make the towns and villages a colorful whole and have the typical Croatian character. Here and there a palm tree in between provides the characteristic Brac image. Get lost in the winding streets, one destination is even more beautiful than the other.

Day 12 - Bol → Okrug Gornji, Ciovo/Trogir (70 km)

Okrug Gornji is located on the bridge-connected island of Ciovo, where your next and last campsite is located. Trogir is a city with a rich history of more than 2000 years. In 1997, the old town of Trogir became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are few places on earth where you can find so many churches so close to each other and Trogir has a large number of beautiful buildings in the Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque style.

Day 13 - Krka waterfalls

Discover the natural beauty of Krka National Park at your own pace. The largest waterfall in the Krka national park is Skradinski Buk, which counts 400 meters at its widest point. A few hiking trails run right along the waterfall and you will not soon forget a walk about it. The natural beauty of the waterfall is unimaginable and leaves a deep impression on most hikers in the nature reserve. The second spectacular waterfall is the Roski Slap, where the water plunges about 20 meters. In addition to the waterfalls and the river Krka itself, the park offers 860 different plant species and some endangered species.
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Day 14 - Blue cave tour

Get a comprehensive overview of the Dalmatian archipelago in just one day on a speedboat tour from Trogir. Benefit from the personalized service of a small-group tour as you discover natural attractions such as the Blue Cave and Stiniva Cove, learn about the region's cultural heritage in the towns of Hvar and Komiza, and enjoy snorkeling and swimming at the nearby islands.

Day 15 - Departure

Unfortunately, the holiday is already over, perhaps there is still time in the morning for a last walk through Trogir or to enjoy yourself on one of the many terraces. 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?
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Camping Perna - Orebic
Camping Perna is located on the Peljesac peninsula, not far from the attractive tourist destination of Orebic. This camping offers air-conditioned accommodation with satellite TV and a furnished terrace. Free private parking is also available. All mobile homes feature an equipped kitchen with a dining area. The bathroom is fitted with a shower. Internet is available on request. There is a restaurant and a supermarket 100 meters from the campsite. At 600 meters you will find a long pebble beach with a windsurfing center that rents surf equipment.
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Camping Milo Moje - Drvenik
Located in Drvenik, 100 meters from the beach of Ciste, Camping Milo Moje offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. This property offers family rooms and a children's playground. All guest rooms at the guest house come with a seating area and a TV. The units at camping Milo Moje have air conditioning and a wardrobe.
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Camping Aloa - Bol
Offering sea views, Camping Aloa in Bol offers accommodation, a bar, a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. The tented camp offers free WiFi and free private parking. The units provide views of the garden and come with a seating area, a washing machine, a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Each unit has a patio with mountain views. Popular points of interest near the tented camp include Murvica, Paklina and Zana beaches.
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Camping Rozac - Trogir
Located 1.7 km from Trogir Marina, Camping Rozac offers accommodation with a restaurant, a bar and a 24-hour reception. The air-conditioned accommodations feature parquet floors, a private bathroom, a flat-screen TV, free WiFi, a desk, a living room, a fully equipped kitchen, a balcony and garden views.
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  • Suzuki Vitara or similar
  • 5 nights in a mobile home on campsite Perna (Orebic)
  • 3 nights in a mobile home on campsite Milo Moje (Drvenik)
  • 3 nights in a safari tent on campsite Aloa (Bol, Brac island)
  • 3 nights in a mobile home on campsite Rozac (Trogir)

Not included

  • airline tickets
  • upgrade rental car
  • meals
  • excursions and entrance tickets
  • travel and cancellation insurance


If one (or more) accommodations is not available, an alternative will be offered in consultation.
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