Transfer Dubrovnik – Split in one-way direction should take approximately 3 hours (247 km), in case the road is not busy. Our driver will suggest you couple of stops to make the transfer fulfilling. Stunning panoramic overview of Dubrovnik from the hill Srdj is always a terrific way to start a memorable journey. The hill stands as a natural protector of the town, especially from the north wind. The Imperial fortress was very important for the surveillance and defense of the region. Now it is transformed into a War museum exhibiting the war in Croatia on the nineties. You can cherish this spectacular panorama for about 45 minutes.
Ston optional de-tour (Peljesac)
Next on the road is magnificent Peljesac peninsula with a small village named Mali Ston, which together with Ston is connected by the longest preserved stone walls in Europe 5.5km long. Mali Ston is known for its sea delicacies and among most famous ones are oysters, that are celebrated within the annual feast of St. Joseph by The Festival of Oysters. If you add a glass of supreme wine of Peljesac to this well-knownaphrodisiac, you will certainly taste traditional products of the upmost quality. A kilometer drive from Mali Ston leads you to Ston – a treasury of culture with the largest active saltworks as yet another curiosity to check.
Passing Bosnia & Herzegovina – Why?
Interesting fact is that the next stop with great Turkish coffee would be in Bosnia, in a town named Neum.The reason why this part of the Adriatic belongs to Bosnia, and why it splits the Croatian coastline in two, goes back to 1699. Republic of Ragusa (Dubrovacka Respublika) was separated from the Dalmatian possessions of its rival Venice by two buffer zones ceded by Ragusa to the Ottoman empire to prevent the possibility of Venice invading via land. Today, Croatia is building a Peljesac bridge that is connecting Dubrovnik and Split without any borders.
City of Split
Finally, the city of Split is a stunning historic city with plenty of opportunities for sightseeing, as well as the usual beach activities. Split is not only beautiful, but it is also fun and exciting, and there is so much to do and see. The best way to start your journey in Split is by drinking a coffee at Riva – mesmerizing waterfront like a real local. Do not miss visiting Diocletian’s Palace and the Old Town. These two areas of Split date back to the 4thcentury and were home to a Roman Emperor! Both are extremely well preserved and absolutely stunning! From the top of Marjan Hill, you will get an amazing view of not only Split, but also an extended view of the Croatian coastline. You can’t leave Split without visiting the statue of Gregory of Nin. According to legend says, if you touch Gregory’s big toe and make a wish, the wish will come true!
If you still have time before flight, you can catch the ferry to one of amazing islands in front of Split – Hvar, Brac or Vis, where you can enjoy untouched nature and extraordinary beaches with crystal water. Obviously, it is hard to achieve all that this area has to offer, so better you made a wish you will come back again!
2021 prices per vehicle, include tax, tolls, parking and ferries (DBV to Split)
|Route - one way||Distance||Standard car||Standard 7 seats van||Luxury 6 seats van|
|Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) to Split Airport (SPU), Kastela or Trogir||259 km||249 eur||269 eur||349 eur|
|Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) to City of Split (hotels, port)||247 km||209 eur||249 eur||339 eur|
|City of Dubrovnik to Split Airport (SPU), Kastela or Trogir||241 km||239 eur||259 eur||339 eur|
|City of Dubrovnik to City of Split (hotels, port)||229 km||199 eur||239 eur||329 eur|