The Dalmatian Coast: Rome, Dubrovnik & Adriatic Dreamin’

1N Rome , 1N Ancona , 2N Split , 1N Korcula and 1N Dubrovnik
7 days


US$ 730

per person

Operated by G Adventures

About the tour

Forget shooting stars, we know a much easier way to make dreams come true: exploring the unbelievably beautiful Dalmatian Coast on this seven-day, hostel-based adventure from Rome to Dubrovnik. Step back in time as you walk around the medieval town of Assisi, then hop on a boat to cruise the Adriatic Sea to the Croatian Island of Korčula. Next, head to Ston to walk the magnificent wall, before ending this real-life dream in the famous walled city of Dubrovnik.


  • Stroll around the medieval town of Assisi, Take a boat to the island of Korčula along the Dalmatian Coast, Walk along the wall from Ston to Mali en route to Dubrovnik, Get to know the cities on orientation walks and then have the freedom to explore them with your new friends.


4 breakfasts


Hostels (5 nts), overnight ferry (1 nt).

Included in the price


  • Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group. Stroll around the medieval town of Assisi. Take a boat to the island of Korčula. Walk along the wall from Ston to Mali en route to Dubrovnik. Get to know the cities on orientation walks and with free time for optional activities. All transportation between destinations. 24 hour metro passes in select cities.

Day-wise Itinerary


Day 1: Rome

Arrive at any time, find a comfy spot in the hostel to relax or go out to explore before meeting fellow Roamies in the evening.

Day 2: Rome To Split

  • It’s all about those good vibes and finding that connection today. Sightsee your way around Rome and the Vatican early this morning on foot and by public transport. Check off the Rome basics like, St. Peter's Basilica, St. Peter's Square, and The Pantheon. While you're at it make a wish in the Trevi Fountain, because who knows, it could come true.
  • Say “Arrivederci Rome”, as you cruise through the Tuscan countryside stopping in the UNESCO protected town of Assisi—birthplace of Saint Francis. The adventure doesn’t stop here because once we arrive in Ancona you’ll board an overnight ferry to Split, Croatia. Sleeping cabins are included and we bet you’ll have some stories to tell afterwards. We can’t wait to hear them!

Day 3: Split

  • Wipe the sleep from those eyes with a quick breakfast onboard the ferry. Then, on your mark, get set, GO explore the second largest city in Croatia! Modern life and ancient history collide here ensuring there’s plenty of experiences to keep you preoccupied. The only challenge? Seeing as much as you can without rushing it.
  • We’ll let you in on a secret. For the best views of the city consider climbing the bell tower of St. Domnius Cathedral, then head out with your super cool CEO on a sightseeing tour to explore Old Town and Diocletian’s Palace. But after all this we wanted to do you a favour, so we’ll give you back your evening to do as you will. Think drinks in the hostel with new friends, or heading out on the town for a night of laughter and dancing. Doesn’t sound like you could go wrong.

Day 4: Split

Take two at exploring Split? Yes, please! Stroll along the Riva Promenade with its palm trees, colourful buildings and striking views of the Adriatic Sea; a great place to get those steps in. Looking for a hike? Consider climbing Marjan Hill where a series of trails crisscross their way to the top. Or... hear us out. You could venture a bit farther to Klis Fortress for panoramic views of the Dalmatian Coast and the “Game of Thrones” filming location for Meereen, just make sure there are no dragons flying about.

Day 5: Split/korčula

  • Wow, your friends and family back home will be totally jealous of you today. Set those devices to island time and hop on a Hydrofoil sailing trip to Korčula. Yes, we said Hydrofoil. Feel inspired by the views of the rugged coastline, feel the wind whip through your hair, and be in the moment.
  • Once you arrive, your CEO will come in clutch with another highlight walk of the area. Meet up and see some cool places like the Old Town walls, the birthplace of Marco Polo, and St. Mark’s Cathedral. Discover the local beer scene in the evening or get classy and sip some wine while eating seafood in one of the many delicious restaurants on the island.

Day 6: Korčula/dubrovnik

  • Did someone say Peljesac Peninsula? No? Well anyway, you’ll be seeing this gem on your way from Korčula to Dubrovnik. Wave your goodbyes as your fleet of small boats pulls away from shore and head to a place renowned for the best red wine in Croatia. Wander the wall of Ston, from Ston to Mali. Then live your best life with your travel buds and choose to taste this renowned vino and order a dozen of the best oysters in Europe at a local restaurant.
  • Finish up in Dubrovnik on a group walk through the Old Town. Play eye spy and see if you can spot Dubrovnik Cathedral, Lovrijenac Fort, and a Franciscan Monastery. Afterwards, revel in the timeless atmosphere of this port city. You might never leave and we wouldn’t blame you.

Day 7: Dubrovnik

Depart at any time, or maybe decide to add on a few more nights and spend it lounging along the Mediterranean.

Starting from

US$ 730

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