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Culture and Gastronomy

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Themed travel: Meridional coast of Croatia

Starting place: Zadar
End point: Zadar
From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.03.2022.
* 8 days in this period
Persons: 0 (max.)
Discover the beauties of Zadar coastline

Hotel, Half Board: 7 nights
Specialized guide, transfers, suggestions

On request:
Lunches and tastings
 

CITIES&TOWNS

we will visit these cities Day 1. Biograd na Moru, Arrival

On request:
- Transfer from the airport to the hotel
- Lunch

Biograd na Moru
Biograd na Moru, formerly a royal Croatian town, is a famous tourist and nautical destination in the centre of the Adriatic coast. Surrounded by national parks (Kornati, Paklenica, Krka, Plitvice lakes) and the nearby historical cities of Zadar, Šibenik and Nin, the town will make your stay on the Croatian Adriatic an unforgettable. You can go swimming in the clear sea just a hundred metres from the centre of the town, and for those who wants a peace, the little islands in the Pašman channel are nearby.

Hotel and dinner: Biograd na moru
Biograd
Croatia
North Dalmatia
Day 7. Split and Trogir

City of Split
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. 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
Departure: to Trogir

City of Trogir
27 kilometers east of Split is Trogir, 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.

Return to the hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru


Day 8. Return

On request:
- Lunch
- Transfer from hotel to airport
Split
Croatia
Central Dalmatia

EXCURSIONS

and participate in the following activities
Day 2. National Park Krka and Šibenik

Krka National Park
The Krka National Park is located on the Krka River in southern Croatia. 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

16:00 City of Šibenik
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.

Return to hotel
Hotel and Dinner: Biograd na Moru
Sightseeing
National Park: Krka waterfalls
Day 3. Zadar

City of Zadar
Zadar is a southern city, known for its old town, located on a peninsula, surrounded by walls and medieval towers, connected by a bridge, a symbol of the city.

Built in Romanesque style, the Old Town offers us the following sights:
- Roman Forum (3rd century),
- St. Anastasia (12th c. / Masterpiece of Roman art),
- Venetian forts (16th century),
- Captain's Palace (13th century),
- Archaeological Museum
- People's Square
- Town Lodge (rebuilt in the 16th century).

St. Donats church, which is the most famous monument and symbol of the city of Zadar, also the most famous monumental building in Croatia from the early Middle Ages. Kalelarga is the main and most famous Zadar street.

'Morske orgulje', located in the Zadar waterfront, are recognizable as a specially shaped coastline in several rows of stairs that descend towards the sea.
Free time for lunch

Return to the hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru
Sightseeing
City tour: Zadar
Day 4. Plitvice Lakes National Park

National park Plitvice Lakes
Plitvice Lakes was declared as a national park in 1949. It is the largest, oldest and most visited Croatian national park. It is a mountain area with large forests and with 16 smaller and larger lakes. The lakes receive water from numerous rivers, connected by cascades and waterfalls. Natural barriers, built over ten thousand years, are one of the most famous features of the Park. The huge forest complexes, the natural beauty of lakes and waterfalls, the richness of flora and fauna, mountain air, forest trails and wooden bridges and many more are part of the unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1979, among the first in the world.

Return to hotel
Hotel and Dinner: Biograd na Moru
Sightseeing
National Park: Plitvice lakes
Day 5. Ravni Kotari Wine Region

Wine route
We travel a unique wine route through beautiful landscapes and interesting historical locations. This gives us the opportunity to learn about the history of the region, and about the local tradition. We pass through numerous villages in the Zadar's hinterland such as Gorica, Nadin, Polaca, Skrabrnja, St. Filip and Jakov, typical villages of the Dalmatian hinterland.

Tasting of wine and local products: in the winery in one of these quiet villages, where the sun and the quality land make the best conditions.

Return to the hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru
Active
Cycling: Wine route of Ravni kotari
Day 6. Boat trip

Boat trip
This tour starts with a welcome drink, in Biograd, from where we drive to the island of Pašman. We arrive at the Kornati National Park and we are going to Telaščica Nature Park and salt lake. After stopping at the view point, on the top of the rocks, we descend to the sea and take a break for swimming. Our lunch (fish or meat, salad and local wine) is served on Katina Island, where we will have another opportunity for swimming in clean sea, before return back to Biograd.

Free drinks, during the trip
Lunch: Barbecue, fish and meat

Return to hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru
Sightseeing
Boat trip: Kornati islands
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Ilirija - Hotel Kornati (****)
Biograd
01.03.-08.03.
 
Biograd (Croatia)
North Dalmatia
01.03.-08.03.
 
National Park: Krka waterfalls
(Sightseeing)

02.03.
 
City tour: Zadar
(Sightseeing)

03.03.
 
National Park: Plitvice lakes
(Sightseeing)

04.03.
 
Cycling: Wine route of Ravni kotari
(Active)

05.03.
 
Boat trip: Kornati islands
(Sightseeing)

06.03.
 
Split (Croatia)
Central Dalmatia
07.03.

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Hotel **** in Biograd na Moru
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel ***
Restaurants: typical cuisine
 
Day 1. Biograd na Moru, Arrival

On request:
- Transfer from the airport to the hotel
- Lunch

Biograd na Moru
Biograd na Moru, formerly a royal Croatian town, is a famous tourist and nautical destination in the centre of the Adriatic coast. Surrounded by national parks (Kornati, Paklenica, Krka, Plitvice lakes) and the nearby historical cities of Zadar, Šibenik and Nin, the town will make your stay on the Croatian Adriatic an unforgettable. You can go swimming in the clear sea just a hundred metres from the centre of the town, and for those who wants a peace, the little islands in the Pašman channel are nearby.

Hotel and dinner: Biograd na moru
 
Day 2. National Park Krka and Šibenik

Krka National Park
The Krka National Park is located on the Krka River in southern Croatia. 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

16:00 City of Šibenik
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.

Return to hotel
Hotel and Dinner: Biograd na Moru
 
Day 3. Zadar

City of Zadar
Zadar is a southern city, known for its old town, located on a peninsula, surrounded by walls and medieval towers, connected by a bridge, a symbol of the city.

Built in Romanesque style, the Old Town offers us the following sights:
- Roman Forum (3rd century),
- St. Anastasia (12th c. / Masterpiece of Roman art),
- Venetian forts (16th century),
- Captain's Palace (13th century),
- Archaeological Museum
- People's Square
- Town Lodge (rebuilt in the 16th century).

St. Donats church, which is the most famous monument and symbol of the city of Zadar, also the most famous monumental building in Croatia from the early Middle Ages. Kalelarga is the main and most famous Zadar street.

'Morske orgulje', located in the Zadar waterfront, are recognizable as a specially shaped coastline in several rows of stairs that descend towards the sea.
Free time for lunch

Return to the hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru
 
Day 4. Plitvice Lakes National Park

National park Plitvice Lakes
Plitvice Lakes was declared as a national park in 1949. It is the largest, oldest and most visited Croatian national park. It is a mountain area with large forests and with 16 smaller and larger lakes. The lakes receive water from numerous rivers, connected by cascades and waterfalls. Natural barriers, built over ten thousand years, are one of the most famous features of the Park. The huge forest complexes, the natural beauty of lakes and waterfalls, the richness of flora and fauna, mountain air, forest trails and wooden bridges and many more are part of the unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1979, among the first in the world.

Return to hotel
Hotel and Dinner: Biograd na Moru
 
Day 5. Ravni Kotari Wine Region

Wine route
We travel a unique wine route through beautiful landscapes and interesting historical locations. This gives us the opportunity to learn about the history of the region, and about the local tradition. We pass through numerous villages in the Zadar's hinterland such as Gorica, Nadin, Polaca, Skrabrnja, St. Filip and Jakov, typical villages of the Dalmatian hinterland.

Tasting of wine and local products: in the winery in one of these quiet villages, where the sun and the quality land make the best conditions.

Return to the hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru
 
Day 6. Boat trip

Boat trip
This tour starts with a welcome drink, in Biograd, from where we drive to the island of Pašman. We arrive at the Kornati National Park and we are going to Telaščica Nature Park and salt lake. After stopping at the view point, on the top of the rocks, we descend to the sea and take a break for swimming. Our lunch (fish or meat, salad and local wine) is served on Katina Island, where we will have another opportunity for swimming in clean sea, before return back to Biograd.

Free drinks, during the trip
Lunch: Barbecue, fish and meat

Return to hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru
 
Day 7. Split and Trogir

City of Split
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. 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
Departure: to Trogir

City of Trogir
27 kilometers east of Split is Trogir, 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.

Return to the hotel
Hotel and dinner: Biograd na Moru


Day 8. Return

On request:
- Lunch
- Transfer from hotel to airport
 
Culture and Gastronomy

Themed travel: Meridional coast of Croatia

From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.03.2022.
* 8 days in this period
Starting place:: Zadar
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Discover the beauties of Zadar coastline

Hotel, Half Board: 7 nights
Specialized guide, transfers, suggestions

On request:
Lunches and tastings