The season for this holiday is:
19 August 2021 - 19 October 2021
16 April 2022 - 31 July 2022
20 August 2022 - 19 October 2022
2 nights: 19 August 2021 - 19 October 2021, 16 April 2022 - 31 July 2022 & 20 August 2022 - 19 October 2022
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|19 - 31 Aug 2021||£245||£150|
|1 - 30 Sep 2021||£220||£140|
|1 - 17 Oct 2021||£198||£125|
|16 Apr - 31 May 2022||£210||£135|
|1 - 30 Jun 2022||£235||£150|
|1 - 29 Jul 2022||£260||£160|
|20 - 31 Aug 2022||£260||£160|
|1 - 30 Sep 2022||£235||£150|
|1 - 17 Oct 2022||£210||£135|
|3rd & 4th person discount||-£35 to -£50|
|Single traveller supplement||£35 to £50|
£ per person based on 2 sharing. Includes accommodation, meals and travel to the hotel as described.
Please note: our included rooms have double beds only; for a room with a second bed, upgrade to a Superior (see 'Room upgrades & extra nights' below).
Prices may be different if you are not arranging your transfers for your main holiday through Inntravel or have your own car; please contact us for a quotation.
Room upgrades (£ per person per night)
|Bifora Heritage Hotel, Trogir|
|Double with balcony (no twins): 19 Aug - 30 Sep 2021||£35|
|Double with balcony (no twins): 01 Oct - 19 Oct 2021||£14|
|Double with balcony (no twins): 16 Apr - 30 Jun 2022||£32|
|Double with balcony (no twins): 01 Jul - 31 Jul 2022||£38|
|Double with balcony (no twins): 20 Aug - 30 Sep 2022||£38|
|Double with balcony (no twins): 01 Oct - 19 Oct 2022||£15|
|Superior: 19 Aug - 30 Sep 2021||£30|
|Superior: 01 Oct - 19 Oct 2021||£18|
|Superior: 16 Apr - 30 Jun 2022||£34|
|Superior: 01 Jul - 31 Jul 2022||£32|
|Superior: 20 Aug - 30 Sep 2022||£32|
|Superior: 01 Oct - 19 Oct 2022||£20|
Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room
|Bifora Heritage Hotel, Trogir (B&B)||Double room||Single room|
|19 Aug - 30 Sep 2021||£118||£192|
|01 Oct - 19 Oct 2021||£98||£160|
|16 Apr - 30 Jun 2022||£104||£170|
|01 Jul - 31 Jul 2022||£124||£202|
|20 Aug - 30 Sep 2022||£124||£202|
|01 Oct - 19 Oct 2022||£104||£170|
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Last year we did the northern Croatian coast holiday and this one continued it. As last year we loved the ferries - efficient and easy and with great views. The roads are good and mainly peaceful but looking for the little beaches south of Vela Luka led to some quite interesting driving.
We flew to Split and so had just a few miles to drive to Trogir, which gave us an easy start in a very beautiful town. We had 2 nights there and spent the time in the town, feeling the Park was too far for us in the time we had. From there the long ferry to Korcula was a relaxing pleasure. We were delighted to find that in all the places, except Dubrovnik, there was easy good sea swimming, and the island hotels provided towels. We had an extra night on both islands and were very pleased we had. They are both very rewarding and different from each other. Mljet was an absolute delight; the national park a few steps away a constant pleasure. Picnicking and swimming at St Mary's island was a highlight.
The food throughout was excellent and reasonably priced. If you book a day ahead it's worth looking at the specials on the menu. We twice did this and were able to have lamb under the bell at the Adriatica in Pomena, which was a welcome change from sea food by that stage. In Trogir we had good meals at Alka and Tre, and perfect light lunch at Pasiki. In Korcula we liked Bata best. In Pomena we ate well and cheaply at Ana, rather up-market but reasonably at Herc at the far end of the harbour, and twice at the Adriatica, which we particularly liked. We got the 11am ferry from Mljet and stopped in Ston for lunch at Baca under its mulberry tree, just across the road from the car park, and had delicious light lunch (and the more energetic walked on the walls) and arrived at the Hotel Lapad in good time.
In Dubrovnik we had two outstanding evening meals: Otto is justly a Rough Guide starred restaurant, and we found Orca a few yards from the hotel very special for our last night - eating on a flat roof well above the harbour. We had lunch at another Rough Guide star: Azur in a quiet street under the walls, which was peaceful and very different. The walls were less crowded than we had expected and there are several cafes on top of them where you can sit and enjoy a fresh orange juice and enjoy the view.
We were very glad we spread these holidays over 2 years rather than running them together, and that we added extra days both times. There was more than enough to keep us interested without any feeling of rushing on from place to place.
INNTRAVEL NOTE: These customers enjoyed our Istria, Kvarner & Zadar self-guided journey in 2018; in 2019 they started their Dalmatian Islands & Dubrovnik journey with a stay in Trogir at the Hotel Trogir Palace.
Try to extend the holiday by a day at as many destinations as possible.
On route from Zadar to Trogir [add-on] a visit to the Krka National Park is very worthwhile and saves a day in Trogir. The falls in the Park are spectacular.