Overnight Tours from Split
For those with an interest in the wider area’s history, culture and scenic beauty, an overnight trip is perfect for you.
Journey from Split to Kotor in Montenegro, a beautiful medieval town wedged in between the mountains and looking out across the glittering bay to the Adriatic beyond. We take on the jewel of the Adriatic – Dubrovnik – on our way back with a fully guided tour of this City.
We also tour to Sarajevo, Bosnia, via the wonderful City of Mostar. Regrettably, most known as the City which marked the outbreak of WW1, its has so much more to offer and see… We take you on a fascinating historical roller-coaster tour from the early 20th century though to the equally troubled 1990’s but its so well worth a visit.
Both journeys include a fully guided tour in our great fully AC/WIFI buses with inexpensive and hand picked accommodation in local charming local hotels.
Finally, we offer a fully guided 7 day private package of the Dalmatian area including a day tour to Mostar, Bosnia. Included in the price is some great local accommodation in Split plus all tours to Krka national park, Dubrovnik, Salona, Klis, Omis and of course Split. Don’t be tempted by the big tour operators and their impersonal service – we’ll take very good care of you to make this trip to our region very special and unforgettable.
SEE WHAT OUR GUESTS THOUGHT OF US …
We did the walking tour of split and found it very informative as it covered the old town and the palace. The guide was great and answered any questions we had. Highly recommended. The price was reasonable and they even stored our bags.
This tour was incredible! Ask for Petra. She was very knowledgeable and tailored the tour to what I was interested in and even spent longer with me than the 1.5 hours. I learned so much about split and Croatia in general. Petra is local and her boss lives right in the old town so they are very knowledgeable about life in Split .
We got a great tour and our guide was helpful. I learned a lot.
Do the walking tour when you arrive at split so you get good tips on what to do and a better appreciation of what you see.