Dubrovnik countryside & Village cultural tours
This tour will take you to some small villages around Dubrovnik to enjoy typical village atmosphere. One of that small villages is Čilipi, small village located in the green Konavle valley. Traditional folklore dances are presented every Sunday at the square in front of the church. The dances will display the richness in culture, traditions and beautiful national costumes...
The Peljesac peninsula has been known for its excellent wines since ancient times. You will have an opportunity to taste some of the best wines of the region as well as learn about its production. you will visit some of the best known wine cellars in the region. you will certainly enjoy the beautiful scenery along the Adriatic cost as well as on the Pelješac peninsula...
Trsteno and Ston
The Arboretum at Trsteno will delight you with its exotic vegetation and plants, such as giant plane trees, palms and camphor trees. After a leisurely stroll through the botanical garden, we depart for Ston, which was among the first towns in Europe to be build according to a definite urban plan. Hundreds of visitors are attracted by the 5 kilometers long stone walls protecting Ston. Other attractions include the old salt-work where salt is still produced, and the famous oyster and mussel farm.
Neretva River delta
The Neretva River Delta is an area of vast marshland abundant in flora and fauna sheltering hundreds of species of birdlife. This area is known to world travelers as "Croatian California". Cruise in small boats - "trupice" - through the canals to enjoy the beauty and variety of the delta. Visit the Ornithological Collection in the town of Metković, preserving 229 exhibits of bird species.
Island of Korčula
The most popular excursion. Through picturesque countryside you will be taken to one of the nicest Croatian islands, considered to be the birthplace of Marco Polo. A long and turbulent history has left its traces and the tour takes in major cultural and historical sights.
Međugorje (Rep. Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Until 1981, Međugorje was an unkonown village in western Herzegovina. Since the word spread that, on 24th June 1981, the Lady had given a message of piece to the seeres, Međugorje has been drawing pilgrims like a magnet. In the past twenty years, over 20 million people came here, so that Međugorje is today one of the best known and best visited sanctuaries in the Catholic world. Međugorje is the place of religious and spiritual peace where one gains confidence in himself and in other people. Although the whole territory of Međugorje gives out a special atmosphere, there are three localities connected with appearance of the Lady: Brdo ukazanje (Appearance Hill), Krizevac and the church of St. Jakov.
Mostar (Rep. Bosnia & Herzegovina)
After a drive along the Adriatic coast, the road will lead us towards the hinterland along the rich Neretva valley in the direction of the small town of Počitelj in Herzegovina. There, you will discover an exquisite blend of Mediterranean and Oriental architecture. Mostar will be our next stop. Despite great damages suffered in the last war, the city on the emerald green river of Neretva has preserved a great part of its authentic oriental architecture and the way of life conceived on the boundaries of civilisations. A visit of the ancient part of town dating from the 16th/17th century will include a visit to a typical house dating from this period.
Montenegro (Rep. Serbia & Montenegro)
Hardly one hour from Dubrovnik, the Montenegro Littoral provides incomparable natural beauties and an abundance of historical sites. Our drive takes us to the mouth of the Bay of Kotor and along the curving roadway through the towns of Risan and Perast to Kotor. Here we will stop to capture forever on film one of the most beautiful parts of the bay, and learn some of the compelling history of this area. Our descent from the heights will take us to Cetinje, the one-time seat of Montenegrian rulers, today a city-museum. After sightseeing in Cetinje we return to the coast with a short stop above Sveti Stefan and Budva.
The area of Plitvice lakes, declared a National Park in 1949, is a valley situated between high forested mountains in which lies, one bellow another, a string of sixteen beautiful lakes and tarns of crystal blue-green color. They are fed by many small streams and brooks and spill into each other in foaming cascades and thundering waterfalls. Due to their unique evolution and beauty, in 1979 the Plitvice Lakes were entered in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Plitvice Lakes delight by their scenery. In the waterless karst with its sparse vegetation you come suddenly upon a treasure of water in which are reflected densely forested hills. Here is a diversity and an inexhaustible abundance of details, on every visit new things are discovered. The exceptional beauty of the lakes and waterfalls, rich plant and animal life, contrasting colors, forests and the pure mountain air, comfortable hotels and rustic restaurants attract many nature lovers from all over the world...
Drive to Šibenik to visit one of Dalmatia's most valuable monument, the 15th century cathedral. Continue through the highland to the famous Krka Waterfalls, one of the seven national parks in Croatia. The falls cascade over 17 natural barriers.