Dalmatian Coast of Croatia

Sapphire seas, almighty mountains, and historic villages are just a few of the sites to explore during a drive along the scenic Dalmatian Coast of Croatia. Set out on your journey from Dubrovnik known for its 16th-century walls encircling Gothic and Renaissance buildings and an impressive promenade. For the next leg of your road trip, enjoy the 3-hour drive over to Split to experience true, Croatian culture and Roman ruins. When you’re ready to set out again, hop in your car and enjoy the picturesque ride to Korcula, a welcoming island town rimmed by majestic mountains before stopping for a weekend stay in Hvar, a calm but cosmopolitan fishing village known for its exceptional Dalmatian wines and island vibe giving visitors the chance to relax and play.

Croatia is an Eastern European country embraced by a striking coastline on the Adriatic Sea. Made up of more than a thousand islands, its pristine coastline is met with some of the most stunning, deep-blue waters in the world. Enjoy traversing its white, pebbly beaches and choosing from an array of watersports such as snorkeling, diving, kayaking, windsurfing and sailing.

Getting there

The Dalmatian Coast can be reached through international flights like British Airways, Air Canada, WestJet into Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) located 23 km southeast from Dubrovnik in the town of Cilipi, a quaint village known for its preservation of the traditions of the Konavle region. Dubrovnik Airport services direct flights from European cities like Split, Zagreb, Venice and also from Toronto, London, Edinburgh and other parts of the World.

Once you arrive at the airport, your best bet is to rent a car at the terminal and start your journey.