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Snjezana Tartaglia Franetovic

Meridien Ten, beside a family business, is a group of professional, enthusiastic and passionate people focused on preserving and promoting local values of Croatia. Proud to say that at the same time we offer services at highest level regardless of the holiday package you choose.

We are based in Split, Croatia. Meridien Ten has been around for many years; it is the continuation of a four generation of family travel business tradition.

In last 10 years our work philosophy evolved in direction of individual approach to each of our guests, while one of the most important mission is to represent and show the best Croatia has to offer in a true and authentic way. Our office team, guides and our local partners/providers share the same value – passion for traditional and authentic Croatia – the Mediterranean as it used to be. This does not have to mean we don’t include modern elements on our tours!
Since we are travelers ourselves we know how it feels to travel to the unknown destination!
We are here to share with you what Croatia has to offer, in a unique, local and authentic way!

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"Croatia, foodie and gourmet tours, adventure travel, bike and sail tours"

How did you get involved in travel?

"As her parents work in travel business all their lives Snjezana was present in travel since she was a kid. Learning from them about foreign and Croatian cultures was very interesting. She started traveling at early age. Even she was saying she won't be in family business nor travel business after few years in Food industry she decided to join the Meridien Ten team. It was something new, creative, interesting and most of all something that came naturally. When she is not creating tours she plays with her kids and creates handmade jewellery , paints, different home decorations. "

Featured trips & expertise

Hvar Island

Hike and Kayak the Dalmatian Coast - 8 Days

Hike, kayak, and tour your way from the ancient seaside town of Split to the walled city of Dubrovnik, with stops in abandoned villages, island coastlines, and sprawling wine country along the way. If you've ever dreamed of exploring the Dalmatian Coast - this tour's for you!


Dalmatian Coast Family Multi-Sport Tour - 7 Days

Tailor-made for small families or groups of friends, this multi-sport tour delves into the best that Croatia's famously beautiful Dalmatian Coast has to offer. Swim, cycle, hike, paddle-board, and snorkel your way from ancient seaside Split to the walled city of Dubrovnik, stopping on the arid, hilly islands of Hvar and Korčula along the way.

Cycling tours Dalmatian coast

Cycling Self-Guided Tour: Split to Dubrovnik - 6 Days

Perfect for cyclists seeking a sunny, self-guided itinerary, this Croatian cycling adventure spans the best of the beloved Dalmatian Coast. Start your adventure in ancient Split, where Diocletian's Palace sits along the sea. You'll cycle through olive groves and vineyards on nearby islands before making your way south to Dubrovnik.

The Cathedral of St. Euphemia towering over the town of Rovinj in Istria

Going Off the Beaten Path in Croatia

Dubrovnik is Croatia’s indisputable hotspot, but the rest of the country is rich with wonders waiting to be discovered. Here is a glimpse of Dubrovnik, as well as lesser known but still spectacular spots beyond its medieval walls.

Sailing on the Adriatic is one of the best ways to see Croatia

Southern Dalmatia: Croatia's Best Region for Sailing

Southern Dalmatia is a sailor's paradise, starting in Dubrovnik sailing past miles of secluded coastlines and several don’t-miss islands. Korcula, Mljet, Lopud, Hvar, Brac, and Vis just to name a few of the islands. You'll find some of the best kayaking and windsurfing in this region. We put together a list of Southern Dalmatia's most popular areas to sail to on your next trip.

View from the island of Hvar

Best of the Dalmatian Coast - One Week Croatia Itinerary

From the "Pearl of the Adriatic" of Dubrovnik, through the islands of Korcula and Hvar, to the 1600-year-old city of Split: this 7-day itinerary presents the highlights of the Dalmatian coast. Depending on your available time this trip can be made shorter (down to 4 or 5 days) or longer.