Updated: 31. January 2021.
There are 2 ways to do Dubrovnik to Split Private Transfer: 1) by car; 2) sailing. Each one has its pros and cons. We recommend doing it by car.
If you like coastline scenic drive and you’re looking for great wines, small towns, fresh seafood… join us!
a) Distance between Dubrovnik and Split is circa 230km (145 miles) and coastal road in-between is one of the most scenic drive you can enjoy in Croatia. One part of this drive is high-way, to avoid traffic jam at Omiš town. Check Google maps below for detailed route.
b) On the way to Split, there’s boutique winery with stunning panoramic terrace view. Winery itself is part of youngest wine regions (appellation) in Croatia – ‘Komarna wine region’.
Although there’s no heritage in wine-making here, there’s a lot of wine-science. Komarna wine region produces premium quality wines, constantly awarded at the wine exhibitions.
It’s kind of miracle to grow vines on such inhospitable terrain (karst rocks). Here you’ll taste native wines of Croatia: ‘Pošip‘ (white) & ‘Plavac mali‘ (red) paired with finger-food: prosciutto, cheese, anchovies, extra virgin olive-oil, bread.
c) When you cross Croatian-Bosnian border (twice), there’s charming picturesque Makarska town. North of Makarska is Brela town, home of excellent fresh seafood restaurants.
Short answer – yes! Makarska town is capital of Makarska Riviera, known for its scenery, pristine beaches, Biokovo Mountain Nature Park, slow-motion life… Take a look at drone YouTube video→
Included: transportation (upper-class car or luxury Mercedes mini-van), professional English-speaking driver, scenic coastline drive, boutique winery visit with wine-tasting (1 hour, 3 wines + prosciutto, cheese, anchovies, extra virgin olive-oil, bread), Makarska town Self-guided sightseeing (1 hour)
Not included: seafood lunch in Brela town (Konoba Feral restaurant) | Lunch price: around 20-35 EUR per person
Duration: ~ 8 hours
Payment: online by credit card or pay in cash
Passport info: you’ll need passport at hand for Dubrovnik to Split Private Transfer, because you’ll cross Croatian-Bosnian border twice (2x). If you needed visa to visit Croatia, then you need Multiple-entry Schengen Visa (Q/A no. 14) sticker in your passport to do this transfer.
NOTE: if you want to start from different location (e.g. Cavtat, Kotor-Montenegro) or finish (e.g. Omiš, Trogir, Šibenik), please enter pickup/dropoff points in Booking Form below or send customized travel plan through Contact Form.