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Cook up a Croatian lunch or dinner with a local chef during a cooking class in Split. You’ll start with a tasting of local wine and liqueurs, then create a traditional meal under the eye of an award-winning local chef. Choose from a morning or afternoon option; afternoon classes just include the cooking, but morning classes also include a visit to a fish and vegetable market — although if you prefer, make a request to skip it and head straight to the kitchen.
Visit three of Croatia’s highlight islands in one day—and enjoy a luxurious and tranquil way to travel—on this small-group, boutique tour. Depart in the morning from Split aboard a luxurious speedboat, and head to scenic Brac. Next, transfer to Hvar to explore the historic city of Stari Grad, enjoy a local lunch and wine, and more. Finally, head to Solta where you can snorkel, stand-up paddleboard, and swim in a secluded spot.
Croatia’s Krka National Park is sometimes sidelined by visitors to Split who want to avoid hiring a car to get there. This tour makes visiting easy, with round-trip transport and a winery tour on top. Ride a boat and enjoy free time to hike, swim near the falls, and have lunch at a park restaurant (own cost). Your day finishes with a tour and wine-tastings at the wine estate.
Discover Split’s highlight landmarks—and go on a tasting tour of the city's in-demand restaurants and eateries—on this two-for-one, half-day tour. Pick from morning or afternoon departure times, and set off from a conveniently located meeting point. You’ll explore the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace and discover its bustling squares and marketplaces. You’ll also enjoy classic Croatian dishes and drinks at five different culinary stops, from homey taverns to pastry shops. Be sure to come hungry, as the samples add up to a generous meal.
Experience the beauty of Croatia on this full-day tour of Krka National Park, Sibenik, and Skradin. Walk through the city of Sibenik on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, and see St. James Cathedral. From there, go to the Krka National Park where you can swim under the great waterfalls, as well as take in views from Skradinski buk. Then jump on a boat to make your way to the town of Skradin for wine and cheese tasting.
Discover six islands and caves on a full-day speedboat cruise from Split. Board a RIB (rigid-inflatable boat), and visit beauty spots including the Blue Cave, Monk Seal Cave (weather permitting) and passing by Green Cave before stopping to swim, snorkel, and sunbathe at Budikovac Island’s Blue Lagoon. After a restaurant lunch, cruise to sandy beach Smokova Bay in Vis island. Continue to Hvar Town, enjoying free time here before a wine tasting on Brac Island. Lunch with wine and water, entrance fees to Blue Cave, and use of snorkeling equipment included.
Tantalize your taste buds and explore Croatia’s vibrant food scene on this 2.5-hour culinary tour of Split. Follow your guide along bustling Marmont Street and the Riva Promenade to the local fish market. Admire fine displays of fresh seafood such as crabs, mussels, prawns and shrimp, and select your seafood to be cooked up by the chef later. Then, head to the main city market where locals pick up their seasonal fruit and vegetables. Finish your tour with a delicious lunch prepared by a chef in a local restaurant.
See (and taste) the best of Split in a matter of hours on this accessible, introductory tour of the city. Choose from a number of daily departure times and meet your guide at the Golden Gate. Set off and discover the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace, the Cathedral of St. Domnius, the Riva promenade, and more. After your discovery tour, head to a local restaurant where you’ll indulge in a sommelier-led tasting of several Dalmatian wines, accompanied by cheese, charcuterie, and other nibbles.
Explore the UNESCO-listed monuments of Split and tuck into traditional Dalmatian cuisine on this small-group tour. Visit the magnificent Diocletian Palace, admire the views along the Riva promenade, and browse the local fish market. Then, visit a local restaurant for a hearty lunch of Croatian ‘peka’—meat or fish slow-cooked in an iron pot on an open fire.
Discover the natural beauty of the Krka National Park at your own pace on a private full-day tour from Split. Admire the views as you journey through the Dinara Mountains, enjoy hiking and wildlife watching along the Krka River, and sample Croatian wine during a tour of the Bibich Winery (optional).
Sail the brilliant blue waters of the Adriatic aboard a luxury catamaran during this full-day cruising and island hopping adventure. Enjoy the sea breeze as you travel to the island of Brač, where you have time for sightseeing and swimming in the famous Golden Horn Beach. In the afternoon check out the village of Bol and some of the island’s hidden swimming spots.
Discover the ins and outs, secrets, and secluded spots of Diocletian’s Place in Split, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a knowledgeable local guide as you traverse this 1,700-year-old palace that has become a part of the city. The tour takes you through the palace to Peristyle Square, underground cellars, the Temple of St. Jupiter and the Cathedral of St. Duje. And if that’s not enough, upgrade the tour to include an additional tour of nearby Trogir, a stunningly gorgeous small town that is beautifully preserved and off the radar to many tourists.
Discover the cuisine of Dalmatia on a food- and wine-tasting tour in Split. As you explore the city center and catch views of Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you'll sample olive oil, bread, cheese, ham, wine, and other items.
Skip the tourist traps and gain insight into traditional Croatian cuisine and culture on a tour that includes city landmarks, as well as two fresh food markets. Browse and purchase local produce (own cost) for your chef to prepare into a three-course meal. Learn about the city’s history from your guide and replenish your energy after a morning’s exploring with lunch in the city center.
You have private wine tasting in unique atmosphere. You will take a flight through Dalmatia's autochthonous grape varieties such as Plavac mali, Crljenak and Maraština with tasting of red, white and rose wines.
A fun, informative and very tasty way to experience Croatian Wine, and fresh Dalmatian Tapas. Our Somelier Kristina, will share her knowledge of all things wine, including the emerging Croatian wine scene, and of course will be happy to answer any of your questions. Our tasting is conducted in your own private area of the Garden Bistro, and very separate to any other diners.
Discover the world of Dalmatian wine and food during this full-day, guided, small-group tour that includes a winery tour and tastings and sightseeing stops along the way. Marvel at Saint Jacob’s Cathedral in the old city of Sibenik before visiting a vineyard in Dubrava to sip local wine varieties. Tour the cellars and see how Dalmatian wines are made before a traditional dinner of peka or barbecue.
Learn how to cook traditional dishes in a Dalmatian village on this private evening tour from Split. After arriving in the village of Škopljanci, you’ll take a guided tour and find out about its history. This is followed by a hands-on cooking class where you’ll use age-old recipes to prepare an authentic meal that includes homemade sausage, soup, lamb roasted on a spit, stewed vegetables, fruit desserts, and more.
Spend a whole night out in Split without spending a ton of money. Save money and time with this Split pub crawl tour that gives you VIP entrance to clubs and one free welcome shot at each stop. Plus, you’ll indulge in two hours beforehand of free drinks and pizza while you play fun drinking games such as flip cup and beer pong.
Savor an exclusive culinary experience in Split during this 3-hour session combining a wine-and-food tasting and a 3-course Peka dinner. Sample some of the top vintages from the Dalmatian region at a location in the historic Diocletian’s Palace all guided by a sommelier and accompanied with traditional Dalmatian snacks. Then dig into a traditional Peka dinner consisting of Veal or Octopus traditional Peka with vegetables.
Discover Split’s attractions, both old and new, on this two-in-one, evening tour. Meet your guide in central Split, and set off with just a small group for company. Begin by exploring Diocletian’s Palace on foot: the UNESCO-listed, Roman–era landmark now forms the heart of the city. Then, continue to one of Split’s top craft beer destinations: a boundary-pushing pub and microbrewery that brews its own beer in-house.
The Peljesac Peninsula is known for its delicious oysters and other seafood. In addition to oysters and wine tasting with prosciutto and cheese, a lunch menu is provided on this full-day food and wine tour from Split or Trogir. Arriving in Ston, you can explore the ancient walls and saltworks; entrance fee included. Skip the hassle of renting a car and let your guide take care of the driving.
Combine a walking tour, a driving tour, and a tasting menu of traditional Dalmatian food in a single tour in Split. With a guide leading the way, you'll see the the remains of the Diocletian Palace, Marjan Hill, Dardin Park, Bacvice Beach, and other important sites. Then sit back and enjoy a typical Dalmatian treat: peka, or veal cooked under an iron bell at a local restaurant.
Our second Beach Tour experience. We offer you unforgettable boat tour every day in the summer. We believe that in the sea we cure all bad moods.
What is the better way to use the day of the holiday than to be on the boat near the sea, explore the beaches, beautiful bays and villages on the islands.