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Dalmatia Day Trips from Dubrovnik

Dalmatia Day Trips from Dubrovnik

With its sublime setting and walled old town, Dubrovnik is a natural choice for visitors to Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast. But the UNESCO-listed city isn’t the only Dalmatian destination worth your time. Consider taking a day trip to explore the region’s historical remains, scenic islands, and hideaway coves. Here are some of the best nearby destinations.

Split Day Trips

The biggest city in Dalmatia, Split spreads out along the Adriatic coast. Most day trips include walking tours of the Roman-era remains of Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO-listed site that dominates the city’s old town, as well as free time so you can explore the bustling seafront promenade at your leisure and sit down for a lunch of fresh seafood from the Adriatic Sea.

Dalmatian Coast Day Trips

When it comes to day tours along the coast, lots of varied experiences are available. Travel by vehicle to the beautiful Konavle Valley, where you can taste malvasia white wines and explore the waterfront harbor town of Cavtat. Other overland day tours venture to mainland destinations such as the walled town of Ston, the Trsteno Arboretum, and the quaint village of Orašac, and include tastings of olive oil, meats, cheeses, and fresh seafood. 

Dalmatian Island Day Trips

Day trips often take passengers island-hopping around the Dalmatian islands. The largest three of the Elafiti Islands—Koločep, Šipan, and Lopud—are common stops on island-hopping itineraries. Also popular are Lokrum, a forested island just a 10-minute ride from Dubrovnik, and Korčula Island, known for its medieval walled town and vineyards. Boat tours usually include free time on the island for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing, as well as sea kayaking and other activities.

Things to Know

Split is about 143 miles (230 kilometers) from Dubrovnik.

Day tours from Dubrovnik along the Dalmatia Coast typically run between six and 12 hours. Day tours to Split can be even longer, lasting 13–14 hours.

Bring sunscreen and beach essentials for boat tours, as they usually include free time on the shore. 

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Split Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Split Day Trip from Dubrovnik

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Ditch Dubrovnik for the day and head to Split, the lovely coastal town 140 miles (229 kilometers) up the coast. After meeting your guide, learn about the history of the area during the three-hour drive. Once in town, take a 1.5-hour walking tour of the city. See incredible sights, like Dioclean's Palace, the Riva promenade, and ancient churches and temples. Take free time to do some sightseeing on your own and perhaps enjoy a meal at a local restaurant.
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  • 13 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$159.42
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Dubrovnik Island-Hopping Cruise in the Elaphites

Dubrovnik Island-Hopping Cruise in the Elaphites

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Get a taste of the southern Dalmatian sweet life with this full-day trip that will take you via boat around the verdant Elaphite Islands. Lounge on the deck of the boat consuming unlimited amounts of soft drinks and wine. Chat with the boat’s captain about what life is like at sea. Explore the coniferous forests and citrus groves on Koločep Island. Wander the ruins of 600-year-old manner houses and churches on the island of Šipan. Indulge in a lunch made up of local ingredients. Finally, stroll the streets of Lopud town and sunbathe on Šunj beach, before returning to the mainland.
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  • 8 hours
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$57.68
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Private Tour: Split Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Private Tour: Split Day Trip from Dubrovnik

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Take a ride up the Dalmatian Coast to the seaside town of Split, Croatia's second biggest city, and home to the astonishing Diocletian's Palace, a 1,700-year-old erstwhile palace of a Roman emperor. This full-day guided trip is a great way to see a little bit more of Croatia while you're in Dubrovnik. Stroll the streets of Split, learning about its history, and seeing sites like Republic Square and the Cathedral of St. Domnius, among other great sites.
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  • 14 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$395.45
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Dalmatian Coast in One Day: Dubrovnik, Konavle Valley and Cavtat Private Tour

Dalmatian Coast in One Day: Dubrovnik, Konavle Valley and Cavtat Private Tour

Dubrovnik is not called the 'Jewel of the Adriatic' for nothing. This full-day guided tour of Dubrovnik and its surroundings starts by weaving through the limestone-paved streets of the ancient Stari Grad, or Old Town, a UNESCO-listed gem. See the main sighs such as the Rector's Palace and the Assumption Cathedral. After, get an unforgettable view of the Old Town from Mt Srđ and then sample some locally made wine and edible Dalmatian specialties in the Konavle Valley. Finally, finish the tour in Cavtat and relax on its harbor which has been the site of parked boats for two millennia.
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  • 11 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$247.16
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Taste of Dalmatia Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Taste of Dalmatia Day Trip from Dubrovnik

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Treat your taste buds to a trip around the Dalmatian coast on this full-day foodie tour from Dubrovnik. Visit a horse-driven mill in the quaint village of Orašac, where olive oil is produced using centuries-old methods; sample locally produced cheese, ham and wine in a traditional Croatian house; and explore the town of Ston before sitting down to a delectable seafood platter of mussels, oysters and other freshly caught produce.
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  • 6 hours
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$56.86
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