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State: Croatia
Region: South Dalmatia
Sightseeing
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Visit: Cave Vjetrenica and museum Railroad of Ciro

Departure date: MON, WED
Starts from: Dubrovnik
Also available transfers from: Mostar, Međugorje, Trebinje...

Vjetrenica also known as the "wind cave" or "blowhole", is the largest cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, making it the most interesting cave in the Dinaric Alps. The mountain range it rests on is famous for its biodiversity. In the world this cave is one of the richest in terms of it's subterranean biodiversity: among more than two hundred different...

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Rafting: Wild Herzegovina, down the Neretva river

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Konjic
Also available transfers from: Mostar, Sarajevo, Duborvnik, Split...

Near the spring of the Neretva river lies a downstream canyon not far from the town of Konjic, providing a uniquely exhilarating rafting experience.The length of the journey throughout the canyon with it's shape resembling the soft-mouthed trout spreads for approximately 20km where the beautiful surrounding nature can be observed.The rafting club o...

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Oysters and shellfish production in Mali Ston Bay

Departure date: MON, WED
Starts from: Ston
Also available transfers from: Dubrovnik, Split, Mostar, Makarska, Neum

The Dalmatian coast is not only surrounded by natural beauty and crystal clear waters but these very seas have a deep culture, one of them being a very long history of mariculture. Traces of primitive oyster farming were noted by Roman chroniclers. The first written documents date from the time of the Dubrovnik Republic. Shellfish cultivation in M...

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Cycling: Wine route and shellfish production on the Peljesac peninsula

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Dubrovnik
Also available transfers from: your boat, Mostar, Neum, Korcula, Split

Ston is a village situated near the city of Dubrovnik, famous for its oyster breeding culture, old architecture and beautiful surrounding villages, valleys and sea. The tour starts with a brief visit to the historic town Ston situated on the south part of the Peljesac peninsula famous for it's city walls, salt -works and local gastronomy, we will ...

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Cycling: Railroad of Ciro, alongside Neretva river

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Mostar
Also available transfers from: Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, Split, Makarska

The Railroad of Ciro is historically remembered for it's steam locomotives, it passes through the landscapes of Hercegovina starting in Mostar alongside the Neretva river all the way across the border of Croatia, ending in Dubrovnik. The construction of this trail started in 1898 and ended in 1901. Today this trail is reconstructed into a cycling ...

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Cycling: Oysters and shellfish production in the Mali Ston Bay

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Dubrovnik
Also available transfers from: Neum, Mostar, Split, Korcula

Ston is located at the south of the Pelješac peninsula. It is surrounded by various villages, crystal sea and valleys overgrown with greenery an overall place with idyllic scenery and rich history. Oysters are another thing that Ston is famous for and a delicious way we will end the day in this beautiful small town located in the south of Croatia....

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Cycling: Railroad of Ciro, Dubrovnik's hinterland

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Dubrovnik
Also available transfers from: Mostar, Split, Neum, Trebinje

The Railroad of Ciro is historically remembered for it's steam locomotives, it passes through the landscapes of Hercegovina starting in Mostar alongside the Neretva river all the way across the border of Croatia, ending in Dubrovnik. The construction of this trail started in 1898 and ended in 1901. Today this trail is reconstructed into a cycling...

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Wine route and shellfish production of the Peljesac peninsula

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Ston
Also available transfers from: Mostar, Neum, Split, Makarska

The history of wine in the Pelješac region is rich in culture. It can be dated back 2500 years ago. In a Illyrian cave near the Northern tip of the Peninsula, ceramic wine glasses handed to the Illyrians by Greeks have been found. It is believed, that wine was produced and consumed at this time. The Roman Empire conquered and a more formal wine cu...

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Walking: Wall of Ston, Oysters and shellfish production

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Ston
Also available transfers from: your boat, Dubrovnik, Mostar, Neum, Korcula, Split

The Dalmatian coast has a very long historyof mariculture. Traces of primitive oyster farming was first recorded by the Romans. The first written documents date from the time of the Dubrovnik Republic. Shellfish cultivation in Mali Ston Bay presently is based on only two species: The European Flat Oyster, Ostrea edulis, and the mussel: Mytilus gal...

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Cycling: Mljet island, St. Paul's road

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Dubrovnik
Also available transfers from: your boat, Neum, Mostar, Split, Korcula

Mljet is an island found on the southernmost and easternmost parts of the larger Adriatic islands of the Dalmatia region of Croatia. The National Park includes the western part of the island, Veliko jezero, Malo jezero, Soline Bay and a sea belt. It is an anicent island rich in history and culutre firstly discovered by ancient Greco-Roman geographe...

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Visit: Kravica waterfall

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Mostar
Also available transfers from: Međugorje, Split, Sarajevo, Makarska, Dubrovnik

Kravica is a waterfall on the Trebižat River in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's height is between 25 metres and the radius of the lake in the base of the waterfall is 120 metres. Kravice is a popular swimming and picnic area and, during the summer, it is frequently visited by tourists gathering to witness this natural phenomenon that is under the cou...

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Sea Kayaking: Oysters in the bay of Mali Ston

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Hodilje
Also available transfers from: Dubrovnik, Split, Makarska, Mostar, Korcula

Mali Ston is a village in Croatia on the Pelješac peninsula approximately one kilometer northeast of its larger sister village, Ston. This tour offers the opportunity to explore the Mali Ston Bay nature reserve by kayak and experience beautiful natural and historical heritage from the seaside Explore the Mali Ston Bay nature reserve and view t...

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Cycling: Railroad of Ciro, Herzegovina hilly karst

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Mostar
Also available transfers from: Dubrovnik, Sarajevo, Neum, Split

The Railroad of Ciro is historically remembered for it's steam locomotives, it passes through the landscapes of Hercegovina starting in Mostar alongside the Neretva river all the way across the border of Croatia, ending in Dubrovnik. The construction of this trail started in 1898 and ended in 1901.Today this trail is reconstructed into a cycling t...

Gastro
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Wine route of Herzegovina and Dubrovnik's hinterland

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Dubrovnik
Also available transfers from: Mostar, Medjugorje, Split, Sarajevo

Through this tour we move from the 16th century Dubrovnik to the hinterland's open air reaching the town Trebinje. Situated on the banks of Trebišnjica river it is the southernmost city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the city's old town quarter dates back to the 18th-century Ottoman period with architecture and culture to observe. We also witness the ...

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Cycling: Wine route of Pelješac peninsula

Departure date: Every day
Starts from: Žuljana
Also available transfers from: your boat, Ston, Dubrovnik, Korcula, Neum

Pelješac Peninsula is primarily known for its hills and slopes full of beautiful sunny vineyards. In the area around the peninsula you can find wineries which offer tastings of the indigenous grape varieties, including the famous Dingač and Postup. Another speciality is the high quality olive oil sourced from the many surrounding olive groves O...