We can create any kind of Croatia Honeymoon itinerary you can dream of, but there are some combinations that have worked out beautifully for our newlywed guests over the years.
If you’ve got only a week we suggest keeping it to just Croatia but with a little longer you could choose to also spend a few nights in neighboring Slovenia or perhaps even Venice.
Wherever you go, every destination is packed with romantic possibilities! Here are a few Croatia honeymoon ideas to get you started…
With just a week to make the most of, we suggest sticking to the southern part of Croatia, with overnight stays in stunning Dubrovnik, then on the spectacular island of Hvar, then returning to the mainland to spend 2 nights in the charming UNESCO-listed walled old town of Trogir, close to Split airport and well located for day-tripping to the breathtaking Plitvice Lakes National Park.
A little extra time opens up the possibility for a little island-hopping with an itinerary similar to the one week suggested above but in reverse and with the addition of Vis, an island that’s fast becoming a favorite with honeymooners looking to escape the crowds and stay on the furthest-out populated Croatian island of Vis. Once closed-off to all but the military, you’ll be able to explore this perfect island’s hidden nooks and crannies on your own or with an expert guide before departing to Hvar by private speedboat, giving you the chance to swim in the famous Blue and Green caves in the islets close to Vis.
Is there anywhere more romantic than Venice? Gondola rides, walking arm in arm across the piazzas and along the canals? Dining a deux in a cozy osteria? Where better to start your once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon? After 3 nights in Venice you will fly to Split on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast to begin a week of exploration together, from the quaint old walled town of Trogir followed by Europe’s sunniest island, Hvar and finishing the trip in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik.
A two week honeymoon gives you plenty of time to see the whole of Croatia, from jaw-dropping Dubrovnik in the south, all the way up to the coastal gem of Istria, Rovinj in the north with time in Hvar, Split, Plitvice and Trogir on the way as well as dipping into northern neighbor Slovenia for a few nights in the charming little capital city Ljubljana, an ideal base for visiting Lake Bled in the shadow of the Julian Alps.