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CROATIA Solin Croatia Split Omis Supetar Makarska nights in hotel Tucepi Jewels of Croatia See some of Croatia's highlights on this all-inclusive three-centre holiday, which combines a relaxing stay on Brac with stays on the Dalmatian Coast. You can discover more of this beautiful country on a range of excursions, taking you to charming historic towns, exploring spectacular scenery and offering an insight into the unique culture of Croatia. ALL INCLUSIVE 14 nights from £899^ Including optional travel insurance or a reduction of £50 if not required§ Single rooms at no extra cost on selected dates, subject to availability 14 nights in hotels 41 meals: 14 breakfasts, 13 lunches and 14 dinners Free bar open 12 hours a day Excursions and visits Tour of the ruins of Salona Guided tour of UNESCO-listed Trogir UNESCO-listed city of Split guided walk Scenic ferry crossing Island tour of Brac Use of audio headsets on selected guided tours l l l l l LOCAL FLIGHTS Plus all this... Optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a reduction if not required§ Return flights and transfers Saga tour manager Welcome drink reception Porterage at all hotels. l l l l l To find out more visit saga.co.uk/jewel-croatia Day 1: UK-Solin. Fly to Split and travel to historic Solin near Split, where you spend four nights at the locally rated 5-star Hotel President (4Q). This family-run hotel has a stunning setting in the centre of Solin on the banks of the River Jadro. D Days 2-4: Solin. During your time on the Dalmatian Coast you can join a range of excursions. A half-day excursion visits Salona, the fourth-largest city of the Roman empire which was once home to 60,000 people, while on another day, you can enjoy a half-day tour of historical Trogir. You could also take an optional half-day trip to Krka National Park with its roaring cataracts and tumbling cascades which are framed by rich green forests and tranquil lakes, then visit the historic harbour town of Sibenik and see the impressive Cathedral of St Jacob, one of the most important Renaissance buildings in Croatia. B, L, D Day 5: Solin-Brac. Visit the UNESCO-listed city of Split with its magnificent Diocletian's Palace. This white-stone Roman palace comprises 220 buildings, and today its arcades and arches are filled with shops, restaurants and houses. Afterwards, continue to Brac, taking a 50-minute scenic ferry trip across the cobalt blue waters for a seven-night stay at the locally rated 4-star Waterman Resorts Island of Brac (3Q). It has an excellent setting on the waterfront less than a kilometre from the resort centre. During your stay, take advantage of the Saga lounge which features a free bar. B, L, D Days 6-11: Brac. Although the third largest island in the Adriatic, Brac has remained a sleepy haven of traditional villages, olive trees, fragrant pine forests and rugged cliffs with peaceful bays. It is known for its virgin olive oil and culinary traditions. An included tour takes you around the island, then you have the rest of the week at leisure. Optional excursions include a tour of Brac's villages, and wine tasting in the traditional village of Dol. B, L, D Day 12: Brac-Tucepi. Today, leave Brac and travel to Split, from where you drive south along the coast to the fishing village of Tucepi situated on the Makarska Riviera. 12 To book call our trade reservations team FREE on 0800 074 8021