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Great tour! The mill is beautiful, the people are very friendly and the food is delicious. A very nice way to see more of Croatia's countryside.
Very enjoyable afternoon with food wine and local delicacies. Would have liked more time in beautiful Cavtat but the flour mill and and the walk by the river was refreshing on a very hot day.
A fabulous afternoon! Petra was our guide. Her first year as a guide and her wealth of knowledge, enthusiasm and interest, not only in what she was telling us both in English and German (not her only languages!), but in her clients was first class. Fascinating insight into local culture. Thank you!
Great tour for the price . Picked up on time from the hotel . The tour is not rushed and enough time for walking around on your own time. Great bus and tour leader too. Highly recommended.
I really enjoyed this tour. We went outside Dubrovnik into the countryside, and the views were really impressive. We made a couple of stops at some viewpoints where I took amazing pictures. I was really impressed by how green the area was, specially one of the villages we visited, and really enjoyed the good weather. Would definitely recommend it!
Good exposure to the southern part of Dubrovnik and different from old town.
Had ben on Cavtat and Konavle Day Trip a few days prior to this tour........Some areas
of tour were duplicated. Thought mills and lunch were better on the above mentioned tour
We would have been better off taking a ferry to Cavtat and doing the trip on our own. The guide was terrible. He had a monotonous voice, was rude and sarcastic, making comments when we didn't have the included snack because it was ham or cheese, which we don't like. In addition, the bus was hot as hell. The guide had it very cool where he was sitting, but our vents only spit out hot air. When I asked him to open the vent in the roof, he started to complain how tourists always expect the bus to be cool, but it doesn't get below 20 C, I told him we just wanted some air because we were getting hot air blown on us. He was terrible. When we finally got to Cavtat everything he told us we should see was closed. First time I ever went on a tour and didn't tip. Total waste of money.