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Culture and Gastronomy

Culture and Gastronomy
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Themed Travel: South Croatian coast and hinterland

Starting place: Dalmatia
End point: Dubrovnik, Mostar
From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.11.2021.
* 8 days in this period
Persons: 40 (max.)
Available tours
Coastal region of Dalmatia and its hinterland
Old Towns: Split, Šibenik, Dubrovnik, Mostar
Discoveries: Dervish Tekija, Shrine Međugorje
Heritage: Peristyle, Old Bridge, Ston walls
National park: Krka waterfalls
Boat trip: Oysters farm, Mouth of Neretva
Gastronomy: local cuisine, wine, oysters
Wine road: Pelješac Peninsula, Herzegovina

Included in the price
Transfers, guide, entrances
Hotels, Half Board
 

EXCURSIONS

and participate in the following activities
Day 1. Arrival: Dalmatian coast
Transfer: Airport - Hotel

Guided tour: Šibenik town
Šibenik is famous for its cultural and historical sights and natural beauties. Most famous are two monuments protected by UNESCO , the Cathedral of St. James and the fortress of St. Nikola and the two national parks near the town, Krka and Kornati. Also in Šibenik there are three fortreses: St. Mihael,St. Ivan te St. Nikola from where you can enjoy in a beautiful view to the sea and the town of Šibenik.
On request: Lunch, local cuisine

Hotel and dinner: Dalmatian coast
Sightseeing
City tour: Šibenik
Day 2. Split and Trogir

Split town
Split is an old city on the UNESCO World Heritage List, built around the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian, located on the east coast of the Adriatic sea. City squares, cafes and famous waterfront are full of people, both in the summer and winter. Today, Split is the urban center of the region and famous destination for many tourists.
Free time for lunch

Trogir town
Trogir is located in Kastela Bay, it is known for the Old Town, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls, and we will discover its castles, towers, palaces and many other remains of Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

Hotel and dinner: Dalmatian coast
Sightseeing
City tour: Split
Day 3. National Park Krka and Zadar town

Krka National Park
The Krka National Park is located on the Krka River. It is known for a series of 7 waterfalls. On the south of the park is the most famous waterfall, Skradinski Buk surrounded by traditional watermills. To the north, the nature trail passes near another natural cascade, the Roški Waterfall, and nearby is also the Krka Monastery, built above the ancient Roman catacombs.
Lunch: typical restaurant

Zadar town
The old town, surrounded by walls and medieval towers, connected by a bridge, a symbol of the city. The chief interest of Zadar lies in its churches. St Donatus' Church, St. Anastasia's Cathedral, St. Krševan's Church, St. Elijah's Church; St. Francis' Church, Five Wells Square and St. Mary's Church. 'Sea organ', are recognizable as a specially shaped coastline in several rows of stairs that descend towards the sea.

Hotel and dinner: Dalmatian coast
Sightseeing
National Park: Krka waterfalls
Day 4. Herzegovina, medieval Ottoman remains

Mostar town
Historical architectural styles reflected cosmopolitan interest and exposure to foreign aesthetic trends and were artfully merged with indigenous styles. Examples include the Franciscan church, the Ottoman Muslibegovića house, the Dalmatian Ćorović House and an Orthodox church which was built as a gift from the Sultan. The most recognisable feature of the city is the Old Bridge dating from the Ottoman empire.

The medieval village of Blagaj
Visit the dervish house, built at the source of the Buna River.
Lunch: delicious trout

Neum
Neum is the only Bosnian town on the hilly Adriatic coast, located on the main road between Dubrovnik and Central Dalmatia. The Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunny days during the year makes it an attractive destination throughout the year.

Hotel and dinner: Neum
Sightseeing
City tour: Mostar
Day 5. Oysters farm, Mali Ston Bay

Mali Ston Bay
Visit to the oysters production, which due to the hundred years of tradition and excellent circulation of seawater, have a unique taste.
Visit by boat: visit to oyster production
Oysters tasting with white wine
Lunch: local cuisine and sea food

Medieval wall
From Ston to Mali Ston was built the longest medieval wall in Europe which was protecting the salt production in Ston.

Wine route
We travel a unique wine route through beautiful landscapes in the heart of Pelješac peninsula, quiet villages and interesting historical locations. This allows us to learn about the history of the region and the traditional landscape.
Wine and local products tasting

Hotel and dinner: Neum
Gastro
Visit, by boat: Oysters and shellfish farm
Day 6. Dubrovnik town

Guided tour: Old Town of Dubrovnik
The Old Town, an authentic outdoor museum, has been perfectly restored. Through the Pile Gate, we enter the town to the Onofrio Fountain. On the other side of the famous street, Stradun, are situated Ploče gate and the Rector's Palace. Also nearby is the Clock Tower and Sponza Palace, built in the Gothic-Renaissance style.
Free afternoon

Hotel and dinner: Neum
Sightseeing
City tour: Dubrovnik
Day 7. Herzegovina, Wine route

By boat: Mouth of Neretva river
The ride on narrow canals and backwaters of the Neretva in the traditional boat is a unique experience which will offer you a feeling of nirvana.
The boat will be guided by your host who will make you familiar with the life in Neretva, show you how people of Neretva fish and cultivate citrus fruits as their symbols (mandarins, figs, grapes). Enjoy an authentic experience, revealing small secrets of the widely-known local delicacies, toasting you with Neretva wine from wooden jugs and, of course, singing to your hearts delight. In that perfect labyrinth of canals adorned with beautiful water-lilies, unique samples of birds live in their hidden abodes, covered by bulrushes and reeds. And finally, the secret of the sunken town – the lake of Kuti.
Wine and local products tasting

Međugorje
Short visit to the village which is the Marian shrine

Wine route
We travel a unique wine route through beautiful landscapes in western Herzegovina, quiet villages and interesting historical locations. This allows us to learn about the history of the region and the traditional landscape.
Wine tasting

Dinner: Herzegovinian peka
Hotel: Mostar

Day 8. Retor:
Transfer: Airport - Hotel
Gastro
Wine route of Herzegovina
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Amadria Park Hotel Jure (****)
Šibenik
01.03.-05.03.
 
Visit, by boat: Oysters and shellfish farm
(Gastro)

05.03.
 
City tour: Dubrovnik
(Sightseeing)

06.03.
 
Wine route of Herzegovina
(Gastro)

07.03.
 
City tour: Šibenik
(Sightseeing)

01.03.
 
City tour: Split
(Sightseeing)

02.03.
 
National Park: Krka waterfalls
(Sightseeing)

03.03.
 
City tour: Mostar
(Sightseeing)

04.03.
 
Grand Hotel Neum (****)
Neum
04.03.-08.03.
 
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Offer
Flights: On request
Arrival Airport: Split, Zadar

Included in the price
- Transfers, guide, entrances
- Hotel on the Dalmatian coast: 3 nights
- Hotel in Neum: 4 nights
- Service: Half Board
- Lunches and tastings: according to the program
Single use: on request

Visits: according to the program
- Old Towns: Split, Šibenik, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Mostar
- Discoveries: Dervish Tekija, Shrine Međugorje
- Heritage: Peristyle, Old Bridge, Ston walls
- National park: Krka waterfalls
- Boat trip: Oysters farm, Mouth of Neretva
- Gastronomy: local cuisine, wine, oysters
- Wine road: Pelješac Peninsula, Herzegovina

On request:
Lunch: Šibenik, Split, Dubrovnik
Hoteli
Amadria Park Hotel Jure ( * * * *) , or similar
Šibenik
Two-bed room S2
Hotel**** on dalmatian coast
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel***/**
Restaurants: typical cuisine
Izleti
City tour: Šibenik
Šibenik
Sightseeing
Day 1. Arrival: Dalmatian coast
Transfer: Airport - Hotel

Guided tour: Šibenik town
Šibenik is famous for its cultural and historical sights and natural beauties. Most famous are two monuments protected by UNESCO , the Cathedral of St. James and the fortress of St. Nikola and the two national parks near the town, Krka and Kornati. Also in Šibenik there are three fortreses: St. Mihael,St. Ivan te St. Nikola from where you can enjoy in a beautiful view to the sea and the town of Šibenik.
On request: Lunch, local cuisine

Hotel and dinner: Dalmatian coast
Izleti
City tour: Split
Split
Sightseeing
Day 2. Split and Trogir

Split town
Split is an old city on the UNESCO World Heritage List, built around the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian, located on the east coast of the Adriatic sea. City squares, cafes and famous waterfront are full of people, both in the summer and winter. Today, Split is the urban center of the region and famous destination for many tourists.
Free time for lunch

Trogir town
Trogir is located in Kastela Bay, it is known for the Old Town, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls, and we will discover its castles, towers, palaces and many other remains of Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.

Hotel and dinner: Dalmatian coast
Izleti
National Park: Krka waterfalls
Skradin
Sightseeing
Day 3. National Park Krka and Zadar town

Krka National Park
The Krka National Park is located on the Krka River. It is known for a series of 7 waterfalls. On the south of the park is the most famous waterfall, Skradinski Buk surrounded by traditional watermills. To the north, the nature trail passes near another natural cascade, the Roški Waterfall, and nearby is also the Krka Monastery, built above the ancient Roman catacombs.
Lunch: typical restaurant

Zadar town
The old town, surrounded by walls and medieval towers, connected by a bridge, a symbol of the city. The chief interest of Zadar lies in its churches. St Donatus' Church, St. Anastasia's Cathedral, St. Krševan's Church, St. Elijah's Church; St. Francis' Church, Five Wells Square and St. Mary's Church. 'Sea organ', are recognizable as a specially shaped coastline in several rows of stairs that descend towards the sea.

Hotel and dinner: Dalmatian coast
Izleti
City tour: Mostar
Mostar
Sightseeing
Day 4. Herzegovina, medieval Ottoman remains

Mostar town
Historical architectural styles reflected cosmopolitan interest and exposure to foreign aesthetic trends and were artfully merged with indigenous styles. Examples include the Franciscan church, the Ottoman Muslibegovića house, the Dalmatian Ćorović House and an Orthodox church which was built as a gift from the Sultan. The most recognisable feature of the city is the Old Bridge dating from the Ottoman empire.

The medieval village of Blagaj
Visit the dervish house, built at the source of the Buna River.
Lunch: delicious trout

Neum
Neum is the only Bosnian town on the hilly Adriatic coast, located on the main road between Dubrovnik and Central Dalmatia. The Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunny days during the year makes it an attractive destination throughout the year.

Hotel and dinner: Neum
Hoteli
Grand Hotel Neum ( * * * *) , or similar
Neum
Two-bed room S2
Hotel**** in Mostar
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel***/**
Restaurants: typical cuisine
Izleti
Visit, by boat: Oysters and shellfish farm
Ston
Gastro
Day 5. Oysters farm, Mali Ston Bay

Mali Ston Bay
Visit to the oysters production, which due to the hundred years of tradition and excellent circulation of seawater, have a unique taste.
Visit by boat: visit to oyster production
Oysters tasting with white wine
Lunch: local cuisine and sea food

Medieval wall
From Ston to Mali Ston was built the longest medieval wall in Europe which was protecting the salt production in Ston.

Wine route
We travel a unique wine route through beautiful landscapes in the heart of Pelješac peninsula, quiet villages and interesting historical locations. This allows us to learn about the history of the region and the traditional landscape.
Wine and local products tasting

Hotel and dinner: Neum
Izleti
City tour: Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik
Sightseeing
Day 6. Dubrovnik town

Guided tour: Old Town of Dubrovnik
The Old Town, an authentic outdoor museum, has been perfectly restored. Through the Pile Gate, we enter the town to the Onofrio Fountain. On the other side of the famous street, Stradun, are situated Ploče gate and the Rector's Palace. Also nearby is the Clock Tower and Sponza Palace, built in the Gothic-Renaissance style.
Free afternoon

Hotel and dinner: Neum
Izleti
Wine route of Herzegovina
Mostar
Gastro
Day 7. Herzegovina, Wine route

By boat: Mouth of Neretva river
The ride on narrow canals and backwaters of the Neretva in the traditional boat is a unique experience which will offer you a feeling of nirvana.
The boat will be guided by your host who will make you familiar with the life in Neretva, show you how people of Neretva fish and cultivate citrus fruits as their symbols (mandarins, figs, grapes). Enjoy an authentic experience, revealing small secrets of the widely-known local delicacies, toasting you with Neretva wine from wooden jugs and, of course, singing to your hearts delight. In that perfect labyrinth of canals adorned with beautiful water-lilies, unique samples of birds live in their hidden abodes, covered by bulrushes and reeds. And finally, the secret of the sunken town – the lake of Kuti.
Wine and local products tasting

Međugorje
Short visit to the village which is the Marian shrine

Wine route
We travel a unique wine route through beautiful landscapes in western Herzegovina, quiet villages and interesting historical locations. This allows us to learn about the history of the region and the traditional landscape.
Wine tasting

Dinner: Herzegovinian peka
Hotel: Mostar

Day 8. Retor:
Transfer: Airport - Hotel
Culture and Gastronomy

Themed Travel: South Croatian coast and hinterland

From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.11.2021.
* 8 days in this period
Starting place:: Dalmatia
Persons: 40 (max.)
Arrival date
Adults
Children (2-12)
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Coastal region of Dalmatia and its hinterland
Old Towns: Split, Šibenik, Dubrovnik, Mostar
Discoveries: Dervish Tekija, Shrine Međugorje
Heritage: Peristyle, Old Bridge, Ston walls
National park: Krka waterfalls
Boat trip: Oysters farm, Mouth of Neretva
Gastronomy: local cuisine, wine, oysters
Wine road: Pelješac Peninsula, Herzegovina

Included in the price
Transfers, guide, entrances
Hotels, Half Board