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Spend the day outside of Dubrovnik sipping wine and seeing an untrammeled part of the Dalmatian Coast that most visitors don't see. This guided day trip from Dubrovnik takes you to the Peljesac peninsula, famed for its wine production. Visit two wineries, meet the winemakers and sample the wine. On the way back, stop in the historic town of Ston, known for its excellent oysters, and eat some bivalves or explore this medieval walled town.
Taste the Old World recipes, wine, and warm hospitality of Croatia’s Konavle Valley on a culinary day trip from Dubrovnik. A guide reveals the history and heart of this fertile region just a short drive from the coast, where you'll sip crystal clear spring water and fine Croatian wine. Visit a family’s country house for the kind of meal you won't find in any restaurant, featuring meat cooked under a metal bell and other specialties.
Skip the tourist traps and discover a taste of authentic Dubrovnik on a walking tour of the city’s food and drink spots. Be immersed in the atmosphere as you stroll with your local guide and gain cultural insights and personalized tips as you explore. Stop off in 4 family-run restaurants to sample specialties including seafood and wine, and benefit from the small-group size for a more intimate experience.
Dalmatia boasts a unique culinary culture, but knowing where to go for insight into traditional tastes and recipes can be difficult. Take a break from the city with round-trip transfer into the countryside, and attend a cooking class delivered by a local chef. Pick up recipes for typical dishes including peka and ražnjići, then enjoy a sit down meal with your small group to indulge in your homemade feast.
Escape the crowds of tourists in Dubrovnik and head off the beaten path to the vineyard-laden Pelješac peninsula and the gorgeous island of Korčula on this small-group day trip. After getting picked up at your hotel in Dubrovnik, marvel at the coastline while driving to Pelješac, the second-longest peninsula in Croatia. Stop at a winery and learn about the particular characteristics of the wine here. And then board a ferry and head to the walled town of Korčula, the supposed hometown of Marco Polo. Take some free time to explore the town.
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.
On this tour, you will be able to see why Dubrovnik is one of the best places to visit..paddling through the crystal clear Adriatic sea, listening to some stories and legends from the local guides, swimming and snorkeling in the Betina cave will definitely fulfill all your expectation.Being in the kayak during the sunset are the moments that you will carry in your hearts for a long time..not to mention the wine upon return.
Smiley day trip from Dubrovnik to the wine region on Peljesac peninsula Stop at three different family-run vineyards and learn about wine production in the areaOption to enjoy in a delicious meal at the bayside restaurant Bota Sare Private tour ensures ample amounts of attention from the guide
Krka National Park is known for its waterfalls, and you can visit with ease on this tour from Split or Trogir. Travel in an air-conditioned minivan and stop in Sibenik to explore the town. Learn about the history of the area from your guide. Stroll along the wooden paths at Krka National Park and observe the waterfalls and the water mills. Enjoy free time for swimming and paddling before tasting wine and local cuisine.
Taste your way through Split while learning about the city’s history on this guided tour. Explore Diocletian's Palace and stroll through Split’s scenic streets. Stop at the lively fish and vegetable markets and visit traditional and family-owned restaurants. You’ll have a chance to sample a wide range of traditional cuisine, including local oil, wine, meat, and cheese.
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.
See Dubrovnik’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Stari Grad, literally Old Town, from the Adriatic Sea with this romantic 2-hour sailing cruise in a 16th-century ‘karaka’ (carrack) replica. Nurse of a glass of sparking wine and gaze at the horizon as the sun sets. Sit on the deck and gawk at the Old Town with its red-tiled roofs and thick medieval walls. Indulge in the onboard buffet, loaded with delicious Dalmatian goodies.
Get picked up at your hotel in Dubrovnik and then make the hour-long drive to the Pelješac peninsula, the second largest peninsula in Croatia and a land mass crammed with history, culture and plenty of wine and food. Stop in the bay-side town of Ston, famous for its oysters, to see an old salt factory and to gawk at the town's miles of medieval walls that once formed the border of the Republic of Ragusa (i.e. Dubrovnik). Visit some family-run wineries. Stroll along the sea. This private tour of Pelješac is flexible and can be tailored to your interests.
Leave the medieval urban ambience of Dubrovnik behind for the day and head to the rugged vineyard-laden Peljesac peninsula on this small-group guided wine-tasting trip. Stop first in the small town of Ston, famed for its 4.3 miles (7 kilometers) of medieval walls and its deliciously fresh oysters. Then make your way deeper onto the peninsula to partake in three wine tastings. Meet the wine makers and learn about why the Peljesac peninsula is an up-and-coming wine region. Later, indulge in a hearty Dalmatian lunch (at own expense) at a local restaurant.
Indulge in a uniquely Croatian culinary delight: peka. Learn how to cook with this particular Dalmatian way of preparing food. Get picked up at your hotel in Dubrovnik and then head to the village of Mokošica. Named for the bell-like dome that meat and fresh veggies are cooked under, peka is a true Dalmatian gourmet experience and should not be missed. Using veal, lamb or beef and only in-season vegetables, the peak meal is particularly complemented by local wine.
Marvel at the otherworldly Blue Cave and get to know the culinary specialties of Vis on this day trip from Hvar. Visit Stivina Bay, guarded on each side by dramatic, rocky cliffs, then travel by car into the island's scenic interior. Enjoy a wine tasting from the local vineyards under a canopy of mulberry trees and eat a traditional Croatian meal at one of the island's most well-known restaurants. Learn about the culinary history, environment and culture of the island from your local guide as you explore. Lunch, wine tasting and round-trip transportation from Hvar hotels is included (if option selected).
Spend the day seeing another side of the Dalmatian Coast with this exciting guided day trip to the Pelješac peninsula, the second largest peninsula in Croatia and a land mass crammed with history, culture and plenty of wine and food. Stop in the bay-side town of Ston, famous for its oysters, to see an old salt factory and to gawk at the town's miles of medieval walls that once formed the border of the Republic of Ragusa (i.e. Dubrovnik). Visit some family-run wineries. Stroll along the sea. End your day trip with a stroll through the tiny village of Trstenik before returning to Dubrovnik.
Explore fertile vineyards and discover fine Dalmatian wines on this 3-hour Hvar wine-tasting tour. Visit a local winemaker in the coastal town of Jelsa with a guide. Admire rows of vineyards thriving in the fertile soils and gain insight into Hvar’s rich winemaking heritage. Learn how local families cultivate popular grape varietals such as Plavac Mali, and see how ancient traditions blend with modern technologies to bring out the best in the harvests. Sample locally produced wines such as Prošek during a tasting session and appreciate the flavors at play.
Head to the source of one of Croatia's best wine-growing regions with this guided day trip from Dubrovnik to the rustic Peljesac peninsula. Stop at three family-run wineries, including the legendary Grgic winery, which has an acclaimed vineyard in Napa Valley, sampling wine along the way and learning about the characteristics of wine from the area. Stop for lunch (at own expense) in the historic town of Mali Ston at Bota Sare, a seafood eatery owned by a family of longtime oyster farmers.
See the Croatian countryside beyond the beautiful city of Dubrovnik with this full-day guided trip to the Konavle Valley to sample locally produced wine from four traditional family-run wineries. Journey by comfortable coach from Dubrovnik about 20 miles (30 km) south. Travel between the wineries in style via a mini-train that chugs its way through the countryside. Meet the winemakers, eat a ‘peasant’s lunch’ and, in the village of Ljuta, witness a wool-making demonstration.
Southern Dalmatia is known for its regional wines, but it can be hard to know where to visit to sample authentic produce. Discover the Pelješac peninsula on a wine tasting tour and visit 2 rural wineries, as well as the historic town of Ston. Learn about the region’s wine making process and enjoy included samples, benefiting from hassle-free round-trip transfer from your Dubrovnik hotel.
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.
Pamper your palate on this Solta Island food tour from Split. Travel by ferry to the quiet island, which is known for its honey, olives and wine, and enjoy a leisurely cycle through the countryside by electric bike. Visit a local farm, where you’ll feast on homegrown specialties, before heading to a nearby beekeeping estate to sample honey, royal jelly and more. Enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour limited to just 10 participants.