May 27 - Jun 12 2018

Join artist Mark Glavina painting along the meandering Adriatic coast of Croatia May 2018.

Our tour begins in the beautiful capital city of Zagreb before making our way to the coastal city of Zadar and then Split; this medieval fortress city with her Diocletian Palace and Roman Ruins will dazzle your senses. We continue our Dalmation coastal odyssey taking a ferry to the Islands of Brač and Hvar before our final destination; the walled city of Dubrovnik. This painting holiday will be the highlight of your travel year with a painting and photography experience you will not soon forget.



May 28 - May 30

Our tour begins in the beautiful Croatian capital of Zagreb, offering historical monuments and iconic medieval architecture balanced with modern metropolitan city planing including parks and pedestrian zones. This city has managed to preserve its cultural and historical heritage as it emerges as a major tourist destination. The unique blend of medieval towers, 19th century palaces, open-air markets, and ancient Cathedrals, make Zagreb the perfect city start our art tour.



May 30 - June 1

Zadar is a historic old town of Roman ruins, medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and quality museums set on a small peninsula. On route to Zadar we stop in Plitvice Lakes National Park the largest national park in Croatia. It became a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.



June 1 - June 9

Split lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings. An intraregional transport hub and popular tourist destination, the city is linked to the Adriatic islands and the Apennine peninsula.



June 9 - June 12

One of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, the stunningly beautiful seaport City of Dubrovnik marks the beginning or our Croatian Art Tour

Guest Artists

Mark Glavina

Mark Glavina Mark Glavina studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Capilano College and has worked as a teacher and illustrator with various contracts, including background painting for animation as well as private contracts and commissions, and has established a reputation as a muralist. In the 90’s he turned to developing his own fine art, exploring environmental and cultural issues, as well as working with the figure and portrait. Mark has been teaching and facilitating art for over 20 years, encouraging the benefits of art education for all ages, and is a pioneer of Community Public Art.

Trip Details

Getting There:


Departure City arrive in Zegrab, Croatia


Flight Number (note) Arrival Date May 28th, 2018.

May 27th 2018

Clients are resonsible for their own international flights ( Please make sure you give yourself plenty of connection time) we will have a representitve meet you at the airport for your Hotel transfer.

Coming Home:


Retrurning from Dubrovnic to Home City


Flight Number Book Early Morning Departure

June 12th 2018

Flights depart from Dubrovnik / Concider one-way return to Zagreb for connection flight home: Be sure to book an early flight to give you time to connect. You may find this a cheaper option if you give yourself plenty of connection time.


Early Bird Discount

( Complete registration and deposit
paid before December 1, 2017)


  • Airport / Hotel Transfers, Accomedations, Breakfasts, Some Lunches and Dinners as indicated on our Itinerary, Local English speaking guides and entrance fees as per our schedule

The tour also includes instruction and administration fees for all painting demos & classes.