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Elaphiti Islands: Full-Day 3-Island Tour with Lunch106 Reviews
Go island-hopping on the turquoise Adriatic Sea. First, visit Koločep, site of two sleepy hamlets, then head to the old resort island of Šipan to explore Roman ruins. Retire to the beautiful Lopud island to enjoy yourself on its wide, sandy beaches.
- Take a dip in crystal-clear seas
- Experience Croatian island life with our island hopping excursion
- Visit three islands in the sun-drenched Adriatic Sea in just one day
DescriptionGo island hopping in Croatia's Elaphite islands in the sunny Adriatic Sea. In this full-day tour rom Dubrovnik, experience the natural wonder of these untouched islands and live true island life, Dalmatian style! This sun-drenched archipelago located north-west of Dubrovnik is largely uninhabited, and consists of eight islets, three of which await you on this full day excursion. Meet Koločep, Šipan and Lopud, bathe in their crystal-clear seas, stroll in the shade of their Mediterranean flora, explore their quaint hamlets, and indulge in the delicious local cuisine. Begin on charming Koločep isle, traversing the meandering path through evergreen pine, Carob trees, citrus gardens, and olive groves that joins its only two settlements. Wander in peace through scattered remnants of ancient buildings with not a car in sight – in fact, there are no cars on Koločep! Next you'll hop over to Šipan, the largest of the Elaphites. Rich in history, the island's settlement dates back to the Roman Empire, and is dotted with venerable stone villas as well as churches of a later age. The island's wealth of natural beauty and central agricultural area bares olives, figs, grapes, and citrus fruits. Lastly, visit the island of Lopud, said to be the most beautiful of the Elephites. Blessed with sunny beaches, it is the perfect place to unwind after a day of island hopping.
IncludesSailboat cruise Lunch Skipper
- Full day tour up to 8 hours. Tour is offered every day in the summer season. Wear comfortable shoes, and clothing- don't forget a hat, swimsuit, towel, sunblock, bottled water, and a camera! Local currency is the Croatian Kuna (KN), code: HRK