Dubrovnik to Santorini Overview

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There is a later version of this trip also available for travel from Jan 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2015. View later Dubrovnik to Santorini.

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  • 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

Journey through Croatia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece from Dubrovnik to Santorini

Wind your way down through some of Mediterranean Europe’s most charming towns, beaches and islands on this journey from the Adriatic to the Aegean. Start off with a tour of Dubrovnik’s enchanting walled city before heading south along the spectacular Dalmatian coast to Montenegro. Venture off the tourist trail for a taste of old-time Balkans in Albania and Macedonia, take time out in provincial Syros, and then eat, drink and sunbathe your way through the good times on offer in Mykonos and Santorini. A region of breathtaking scenery, legendary history and ever-enticing cuisine, this journey through Eastern Europe serves up a slice of the Mediterranean with a Balkans backdrop.

  • Cruise out to island churches in Kotor
  • Learn about Macedonian history in historical Skopje
  • Party the night away in Mykonos
  • Splash about in the azure waters of Levkas
  • Swim in the sparkling waters of the Adriatic
  • Visit Tirana’s famous mosques and museums
  • Wander through the ancient ruins of Santorini
  • Witness Athens’s famed Acropolis

What's included in this trip

  • Start:

    Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • Finish:

    Santorini, Greece
  • Group size:

    Min 1 , Max 12
  • Ages:

    Min 15
  • Meals:

    8 breakfasts, 1 dinner
  • Accommodation:

    Homestay (1 nt), Hotel (20 nts)
  • Transport:

    Bus, Ferry, Metro, Private Bus, Public bus
  • Included activities:

    Boat ride on Lake Ohrid, Dajti Mountain Cable Car, Day trip to Zagoria villages, Wine tasting

  • Carbon emissions offset:

    270kg pp per trip
  • Notes:

    A single supplement will be available to book for this trip from 01 November 2013.

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About Albania , Croatia , Greece , Macedonia , Montenegro

Dubrovnik to Santorini Summary

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Day 1 Dubrovnik

Arrive in the scenic seaport town of Dubrovnik and admire the Renaissance and Gothic architecture while walking through the winding marble streets. Explore the charming Old Town, stately Placa Stradun and Sponza Palace, or just kick back with the catch of the day at an alfresco restaurant and soak up the Mediterranean atmosphere.

Day 2 Kotor

Walk around the city walls of Kotor for incredible views of the bay, or perhaps take a cruise out to the impressive Kotor fjords. Afterwards, explore historic Grubonja Palace, the Northern Gate and St Tryphon Cathedral while ambling through the streets of this charming coastal gem.

Days 3-4 Tirana

Experience the unique mixture of cultures and customs that make up Tirana, Albania’s capital city. Admire the colourful Italian and Turkish inspired architecture mingling with somber Soviet remnants, and the impressive Et’hem Bey Mosque, an important monument signifying the rebirth of religious freedom in Albania after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Take a cable car ride up Dajti Mountain for breathtaking views of the city below.

Days 5-6 Ohrid

One of the oldest human settlements in the world, Ohrid has a wealth of historic sites and religious monuments to discover. Wander the vibrant Old Bazaar and pick up a bargain or two on a guided orientation walk. Then relax on a scenic boat ride on the turquoise waters of Lake Ohrid.

Days 7-8 Skopje

Take a step back to Ottoman time while in Skopje, Macedonia’s political and cultural centre. Visit the Daut Pasha Hamam, meander through Macedonia Square and cross the iconic stone bridge to the city’s Old Bazaar. Enjoy a Balkan wine-tasting experience in the Tikvesh wine region or make the humbling journey to the Holocaust Museum.

Day 9 Pelister National Park

Hike around the mountains of stunning Lake Prespa and explore the ruins of abandoned villages dotting the landscape, or just relax on the shore of this incredible freshwater lake.

Days 10-11 Ioannina

With astounding archaeological sites, islands of extreme beauty, bucolic villages and some of the freshest food you’ll ever taste, Ioannina has something to please even the most seasoned of travellers. Take a daytrip to nearby Zagoria villages, before reveling in the lively local nightlife.

Days 12-13 Levkas

Rest and relax in the rumored birthplace of the Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love. Follow the tourist trail to the blue waters and soft sands of Porto Katsiki beach, or perhaps hike or cycle around the surrounding mountains.

Days 14-15 Athens

Named after the goddess of wisdom, Athens is a melting pot of awe-inspiring historical sites and modern cosmopolitan culture. Visit the ancient Acropolis, the National Gardens, the dramatic Temple of Olympian Zeus and the original Olympic Stadium. Afterwards, say a fond farewell to the birthplace of Western civilisation by tucking into a final group dinner of Greek cuisine and a shot (or two) of ouzo.

Days 16-17 Syros

Offering a rare opportunity to see the islands as the Greeks do, Syros has typical whitewashed houses, terraced fields and fabulous sandy beaches.

Days 18-19 Mykonos

Legendary in both ancient and modern times, Mykonos was the mythic battlefield where Zeus fought the Gigantes but today it's best known for its decadent nightlife.

Days 20-22 Santorini

Formed by a huge volcanic explosion, Santorini is instantly recognisable with its blue and white buildings, fascinating ruins and spectacular natural beauty.
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