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Walking the Hidden Treasures of the Dalmatian Coast

Program Number: 13402RJ
Start and End Dates:
9/4/2013 - 9/17/2013; 5/6/2015 - 5/19/2015; 9/16/2015 - 9/29/2015; 9/30/2015 - 10/13/2015; 10/14/2015 - 10/27/2015;
Duration: 13 nights
Location: Croatia
Price starting at: $3,995.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Walking/Hiking Activity Level: t (see description)
Meals: 34; 12 Breakfasts, 11 Lunches, 11 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian; Low Fat    

Greek ruins and Adriatic views: the Dalmatian Coast glimmers with tranquility and the rich influences of Central Europe and the Mediterranean. Discover the history, architecture and natural environment as you walk through seaside towns and mountain trails, Diocletian’s fourth-century palace and the ancient streets of this once-embattled and ever-beautiful region. Meet local residents and learn about the original trails that unite the villages and people of the Dalmatian Coast.




Highlights

• Sample Dalmatian vintages during a lunch at a local home.
• Learn about the former pirate stronghold of Omis as you boat on the crystal-clear water of the Cetina River.
• Study flora and fauna as you hike along the waterfalls and lakeshores of Krka National Park.



Activity Particulars

Walking and hiking 4-8 miles, approximately 3-5 hours per day on paths and mountain trails, up and down over mixed terrain; may be rocky and steep with ascents and descents. Sturdy walking/hiking shoes are required (ankle-high shoes are not required, but highly recommended).



Itinerary Summary

Arrival Split; Trogir, 3 nights; Makarska, 6 nights; Dubrovnik, 3 nights; departure.



Overnight flight from the USA
1 night
Arrival Split
Coach to Trogir
3 nights

Start at the Zedno village walking along the Ciovo island with splendid views of the Adriatic Sea. Explore the village of Trogir including the chapel "gospa od prizidnice." Continue to Krka National Park for a walking lecture introducing the park’s history and its unique flora and fauna, which includes more than 200 species of birds. Hike to the largest waterfall, Skradinski Buk, before continuing by boat upstream to Roski Slap to study the historic mills and a 14th-century monastery.



Coach to Makarska
6 nights

Explore Split, where today's residents live amid the shining ruins of the fourth-century palace once belonging to Emperor Diocletian. Field trips to Lokvicici and the Grabovac winery and a brief stop at the Imotski Blue and Red lakes. Share the wonder of this area with a journey by ferry to the island of Brac, famous for its white stone, which was used to build the White House. There, a guided walk describes what you see from the highest point in the Adriatic islands. Continue to the charming harbor village of Bol. On the mainland, discover the village of Gornje Tucepi and Makar with an excursion to the botanical garden in Kotisina, and the ancient history in the Cetina River gorge. Travel the Sveti Jure winding road with spectacular views of the Biokovo Mountain range. Walk the switch back trail up to Mt. Vosac with its incredible view of the Makarska Riviera.



Coach to Dubrovnik
3 nights
Departure

The rival of fellow sea trader Venice during the Middle Ages, Ragusa -- now Dubrovnik -- today has few rivals to compete with its stunning Adriatic coast and silhouette of massive fortifications. Examine these 14th-century walls, as well as the small village of Cilipi in the Konavle Hinterland, where you learn about southern Croatian traditions.




Croatia

Flanked by Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, and other Balkan states, Croatia’s crescent-shaped border reveals the transformative history of foreign invasions and more recent Communist collapse. More than 1,700 tiny inlets and islands sprinkle the nation’s Adriatic coast, while beneath the water’s surface rest shipwrecks and cargo from the Greeks through World War II. Seaside promenades in Split attract admirers, as do the mountains outside Zagreb.



Accommodations
Trogir: Picturesque hotel in city center in Old Town. Makarska: Harbor-side three-star hotel on the promenade. Dubrovnik: Elegant hotel in a Mediterranean garden and private beach.
Meals and Lodgings
   Hotel Fontana
  Trogir, Croatia 3 nights
   Hotel Dalmatija
  Makarska, Croatia 6 nights
   Argosy Hotel
  Dubrovnik, Croatia 3 nights
 Hotel Fontana
Type: Full Service Hotel
  Description: Situated in the "old" town of Trogir, exactly in the center of this UNESCO town. Picturesque hotel built in the highest quality and ecologically materials.
  Contact info: Obrov 1
Trogir,  HR 21220 Croatia
phone: +38521885744
web: www.fontana-trogir.com
  Room amenities: AC, satellite TV, telephone, alarm clock, minibar, refrigerator, hairdryer, iron.
  Facility amenities: Free Wi-Fi, 24-hour reception, laundry, dry-cleaning, restuarant with 2 terraces situated along the promenade with magnificent views of the sea. Bar/lounge, ublic areas
  Smoking allowed: No
  Additional nights prior: n/a Please contact Road Scholar Travel Services if you would like assistance making hotel reservations for additional non-program nights. (800) 241-1404
  Check in time: 2:00 PM

 Hotel Dalmatija
Type: Three-Star Hotel
  Description: The Hotel Dalmatija is a family hotel. Located on the beach and decorated with bright, island colors, this hotel offers an authentic experience of the Dalmatian Coast. It is a 15-minute walk to the town center.
  Contact info: Kralja Petra Kresimira IV br. 41
Makarska,  HR-21300 Croatia
phone: +358 21 510 500
web: www.hoteli-makarska.hr
  Room amenities: Each room has a television, telephone, balcony, air conditioning, mini bar, wireless Internet access (for a fee), and a hair dryer.
  Facility amenities: The hotel offers restaurants, bars, a pool, private beach, sun terrace, souvenir shop, newsstand, laundry and ironing services, safe, Internet cafe, and wireless Internet access in the rooms (for a fee).
  Smoking allowed: Yes
  Elevators available: Yes

 Argosy Hotel
Type: Resort
  Description: The hotel's tag name is "garden of peace" as it is located amidst the luxuriant greenery on the shores of the Babin Kuk peninsula and near to the city centre of Dubrovnik. Magnificent sea views toward the Dubrovnik Bridge and the the island of Daksa and the splendid Mediterranean gardens. The hotel brings the beautiful foliage into the hotel with the lush atrium lobby with cluster of orange leander, palm and pine trees color the lobby terrace.
  Contact info: Iva Dulcoca 41
Dubrovnik,  20000 Croatia
phone: +38520446100
web: www.valamar.com
  Room amenities: AC, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, WiFi internet access, safe deposit box, balcony or terrace, mini-bar, hair dryer on request, 220 V.
  Facility amenities: Hotel restaurant serving buffet breakfast and dinner with the authentic tastes of Croatia, lobby and pool bar. Fresh water pools, one for adults and one for children including deck chairs, outdoor shower, and three (3) beaches to choose from with the beach located at their "sister" hotel the President is rated a "blue" flag which means it has the highest ecological standard for sea and beach cleanliness. Please note: at the beaches the chairs and umbrellas there is a charge for usage. Aerobic classes are offered in the morning and there is a gym. At the nearby President hotel for an extra charge you are able to utilize the spa, indoor pools and various beauty treatments. The hotel also offers a gift shop, beauty salon, internet point, wireless service at the reception, money exchange service, regular bus service to the historical Dubrovnik Old Town.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights after: N/A Please contact Road Scholar Travel Services if you would like assistance making hotel reservations for additional non-program nights. (800) 241-1404
  Check out time: 10:00 AM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Trogir, Croatia. Hotel check-in is at 2:00 PM. Meet in the hotel lobby at 5:00 PM. You will be staying at Hotel Fontana that night.
  End of Program:
Dubrovnik, Croatia. Program ends after breakfast on the last day. (Hotel check-out is at 11:00 AM.) You will be staying at Argosy Hotel the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. Passport valid for at least 6 months beyond the return date to the U.S.
  Parking availability:
n/a
Transportation (For Independent Travelers)
  Train or bus availability: Local transportation.
To Start of Program
  Location:  Trogir
  Nearest city or town:  Split
  Nearest airport:  Split
  Transportation to site: You may take a taxi from the airport to the hotel (approximately 15 minutes, 100 kuna, 4 km). Or you may take bus #37 which runs every 15 minutes (approximately 20 minutes, 10 kuna).
  From End of Program
  Location:  Dubrovnik
  Nearest airport:  Dubrovnik - 45 minutes
  Transportation from site: You may take a taxi from the hotel to the airport (approximately 30 minutes, 250 kuna).
Elevation Note: A couple days above 3000 - highest being one day 5800 feet.

Equipment Requirements: Sturdy walking/hiking shoes are required (ankle-high shoes are not required, but highly recommended).
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Overnight Flight
(Wednesday, September 4)
   
 Afternoon: Board flight from the US.

Day 2: Arrivals / Introduction to Croatia
(Thursday, September 5)
   
 Afternoon: Upon arrival take a private coach transfer to the hotel for check-in. Introduction to Croatia, orientation, and a welcome drink.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Fontana
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 3: Ciovo Island / Zedno village / Trogir
(Friday, September 6)

Note: 3 hours of walking on dirt trails and pavement.



   
 Breakfast: Buffet breakfast served at hotel.
 Morning: Transfer by coach to Zedno village (704 feet), the starting point of today's walk along the Ciovo island. Enjoy splendid views of the Adriatic Sea, along with a field lecture about the history of Ciovo Island. Take an excursion to the Gospa od prizidnice chapel.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment in Trogir.
 Afternoon: A field trip through the old town of Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Hear a field lecture entitled "Trogir: A Treasure of Art."
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
 Evening: Enjoy an evening lecture with Kriestie Evenson: "Croatia in Transition from 1992 (recent war) until now."
   
Accommodations: Hotel Fontana
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Krka National Park / Skrandinski Buk waterfall / boat ride to Roski Slap
(Saturday, September 7)

Note: 1.5 hours of walking on board walk and dirt trails in the park.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Transfer by private coach to the entrance of the Krka National Park and begin a circular walk in the area one of the largest waterfalls in Europe, Skradinski Buk, before continuing by boat upstream to Roski Slap (48 feet). Pass the island of Visavac, where a Monastery built in the 14th century is located. This eco-ethno village is a village that has returned to the way of life of their ancestors, without the rings and noise of cell phones and other electronic devices. This morning's field lecture will cover the Krka National Park.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment.
 Afternoon: Return to the hotel by private coach. Enjoy some free time for the remainder of the afternoon.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Fontana
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Palace of Diocletian / Mestrovic Gallery / Transfer to Makarska
(Sunday, September 8)

Note: 2.5 hours of walking on paved surfaces.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Private coach to Split for a walking field trip through the old town and an excursion to the Palace of Diocletian, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This morning's field lecture is entitled "Split Past & Present."
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment in Split.
 Afternoon: This afternoon visit the Mestrovic Gallery to see works by Ivan Mestrovic - the greatest 20th century Croatian sculptor. The gallery is situated in the villa where he used to live that overlooks the blue Adriatic sea. Continue the coach transfer to Makarska. Once you check in, you can explore the little town on your own or join your Group Leader for a stroll along the nearby beaches.
 Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Dalmatija
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: "The Country Behind the Mountains" / Village of Lokvicici / Wine Tasting
(Monday, September 9)

Note: 3 hours of walking on dirt trails, and through vineyards.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel
 Morning: Transfer by minibuses to the old village of Lokvicici (1920 feet). Excursion to the nearby cemetery with its large family tombs covered with many flowers. Walk through the vineyards to the Grabovac winery for a wine tasting and a special lunch hosted at one of the local's home.
 Lunch: Lunch hosted at a local's home in Lokvicici.
 Afternoon: Return to the hotel by minibuses with a brief stop at Imotski Blue and Red lakes.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Dalmatija
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Island of Brac / Vidova Gora
(Tuesday, September 10)

Note: 2 hours of walking and 1.5 hours optional walking on the island of Brac through Mediterranean landscape of pines and macchia.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Begin today by ferry transfer to the island of Brac (1775 feet), famous for its white stone, which was used to build the White House. A walking field trip starts on a slightly uphill trail through typical Mediterranean landscape of pines and macchia to Vidova Gora (2559 feet), the highest point of all the Adriatic islands. Enjoy the sweeping view of the nearby islands and the Dalmatian coast. Take in a field lecture on the island of Brac.
 Lunch: Picnic lunch on Vidova Gora.
 Afternoon: Continue by coach to the charming harbor village of Bol, before returning to Makarska by boat. Optional walk offered after lunch to the village of Bol.
 Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Dalmatija
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Village Walks in Gornje Tucepi and Makar
(Wednesday, September 11)

Note: 3 hours of walking through Mediterranean terrain, dirt trails and pavement.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Private coach transfer to the village of Gornje Tucepi, the starting point of today's walking field trip. The ancient trail undulates through stunning scenery and gorgeous views of the Dalmatian coastline and the archipelago of the Adriatic Islands to the village of Makar.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment.
 Afternoon: Walk or coach back to the hotel, and proceed to the Malacological Museum for an excursion and lecture. The museum was founded by Fra Jure Radic in 1963 and houses the most magnificent display of the Adriatic, tropical and subtropical seas species. Enjoy some free time for the remainder of the afternoon.
 Dinner: Explore local restaurants on your own.
 Evening: Hear a lecture on Croatian history.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Dalmatija
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 9: Kostanje / Cetina Canyon
(Thursday, September 12)

Note: 3.5 hours of walking on river banks, small rock trails, vegetation, and pavement.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Transfer by private coach to the bone-gray karst carved by the Cetina River over millions of years, to Kostanje (717 feet). The field trip walk begins on a slightly uphill trail and then on a downhill trail leading to the Cetina gorge. Hear a field lecture on the Cetina Canyon.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment.
 Afternoon: Continue by boat on the crystal clear water through the Cetina Canyon to the former impregnable pirate stronghold of Omis (108 feet). Remnants of the old city walls still remain. Optional walk offered in the afternoon along the coast (1 hour).
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
 Evening: If the weather permits, take in an evening lecture by the Makarska Astronomy Club on "Astronomy with a Telescope."
   
Accommodations: Hotel Dalmatija
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Sveti Jure - the Biokovo Mountain Range
(Friday, September 13)

Note: 2.5 hours of walking on rocky mountain trails and Mediterranean vegetation.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Unforgettable coach ride along the winding road to the top of Sveti Jure (Saint George, 5800 feet). Revel in breathtaking views on the roof of the Biokovo Mountain range. On a clear day one can see as far as Bosnia Herzegovina. The walk begins below the summit on a switch back trail up to Mt. Vosac (4000 feet) and ends with spectacular views of the Makarska Riviera. Today's field lecture is on the Biokovo Nature Park.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment.
 Afternoon: At the end of the trail the private coach awaits for the transfer back to the hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Dalmatija
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Ston / Transfer to Dubrovnik
(Saturday, September 14)

Note: One hour of walking on pavement.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel
 Morning: Private coach travels along the spectacular Dalmatian coast line to Dubrovnik via the walled village of Ston (0 feet) for a walking excursion. Today's field lectures are called "Dalmatian Coast Line" and "Importance of Ston, Then and Now."
 Lunch: Lunch in a local establishment.
 Afternoon: Continue on to Dubrovnik.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Argosy Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Dubrovnik - The Pearl of the Adriatic Sea
(Sunday, September 15)

Note: 2 hours of walking on pavement.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel
 Morning: After breakfast depart the hotel for a field trip through the old town of Dubrovnik, the walled and surprisingly compact old town surrounded by city walls that stretch for 2 kilometers (1.5 miles). It's impossible not to be struck by their remarkable size and state of preservation. Hear a lecture on Dubrovnik called "Pearl of the Adriatic."
 Lunch: Lunch at a local establishment.
 Afternoon: Enjoy a free afternoon in Dubrovnik. Your Group Leader will give you additional ideas of what to see and do.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Argosy Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Coastal Walk to Cilipi / Folklore Parade in Velji
(Monday, September 16)

Note: 3 hours of walking along the coastline and pavement.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: After breakfast, transfer by minibus to Cavtat. Walk along the coast, taking pleasure in the endless view of the open sea from one side and the Konavle mountain from the other. Take in a field lecture called "Konavle - Southernmost Region of Croatia." Continue the walk, passing picturesque villages before reaching Cilipi (502 feet). Transfer by minibuses to the modest mountain village of Velji (797 feet). While in Velji, experience a Folklore Parade!
 Lunch: Lunch at a mountain inn.
 Afternoon: Transfer by minibuses back to the hotel.
 Dinner: Farewell Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Argosy Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Departures
(Tuesday, September 17)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel
 Morning: Private coach transfer to the Dubrovnik airport.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast
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