The Istrian Peninsula is renowned for its stunning landscapes, coastal towns, and fine wines. On this tour, take in all the highlights, including a delicious lunch with wine tasting at an organic winery. Shop for handicrafts in Grožnjan, enjoy truffle tasting in Motovun, and visit the UNESCO-listed Basilica of Poreč.
Get to know Slovenia's Lake Bled on this full-day tour from western Croatia. With your guide in the lead, visit Bled Castle (entrance fees included( and enjoy a serene boat ride on the lake itself. Pickup and drop-off from select hotels included.
Make the most of your time in the region and benefit from Poreč’s close proximity to Venice on a day trip to the romantic city. Cruise across the Adriatic via high-speed catamaran to discover Venice’s famous canals and landmarks, learn about the city’s history on a guided tour of St. Mark’s Square, then enjoy free time to peruse shops, restaurants, and attractions, before sailing back to Poreč.
Fit a trip to Venice into your Croatian itinerary even if you just have one day with this fast-boat trip from Poroc. Relax on the open deck of a high-speed catamaran as you zip across the Adriatic Sea and into the Venetian Lagoon, where the Byzantine treasures of St. Mark’s Square rise from the water like a mirage. Get a brief introduction to Venice on a short guided stroll, and then enjoy free time to explore the city’s romantic canals, palaces, and world-class shops on your own.
Discover botanical gardens, aristocratic villas, and charming promenades on this 7-hour trip to the elegant city of Opatija and its surrounding area. You'll save time organizing transport by having round-trip transfers included, and you'll get to visit smaller rural sites such as the fortified hilltop town of Mošćenice. Another highlight is a trip to Plomin village which has a stunning Old Town, and offers great views of Kvarner Bay.
Join us on a relaxing boat ride alongside Istrian coast to one of Croatia's most beautiful National Parks: Brijuni Islands. Enjoy rich buffet lunch onboard. Discover beautiful bays and untouched nature. Visit a safari park, take a ride in a tourist motor train and discover the Verige Bay with the remnants of Roman villa Rustica from the 1st century AD.
Optimize your time in the Mediterranean on a day tour to Venice from Umag. Zip across the sea by high-speed boat to enjoy a full day of exploration, and take advantage of the complimentary walking tour of St Mark’s Square to learn more about the historic city. Benefit from a free afternoon to explore the city’s history, culture, or cuisine at your own pace, then enjoy included return transfer for a hassle-free experience.
Venture away from the coast to discover the hilltop towns and idyllic countryside of the Istrian Peninsula on this full-day tour from Poreč. Explore the artist’s town of Grožnjan, sample regional truffles in Livade, visit historic Motovun, and tuck into a typical Istrian lunch in Pazin.
Travel into the Istrian countryside to taste the local agricultural products on this day trip from Pula. With a guide in the lead and all transportation provided, visit the 11th-century town of Motovun for views and truffle-tasting. Head to a distillery perched on the banks of the River Mirna to learn the traditional methods for making jams, cookies, and chocolate made with herbs from the surrounding mountains.
Travel to Venice from Umag on this all-day trip. After a brief tour through St. Mark's Square, you’ll enjoy free time to explore the romantic Italian city on your own. Stroll along the streets and over the bridges, take a gondola ride, and try some of the local cuisine before returning to the boat for departure.
Expect nothing less than fabulous when you book our premium wine tasting, because that’s exactly what we’re delivering. With our insider knowledge of the region, and with our connections with some of Istria's best winemakers, you'll have a time of your life. Our wine tour starts at winery Kabola. Owned by Markežić family, this winery has a long tradition of producing top-notch sparkling, macerated, semi-sweet and sweet wines. Glass of wine and peaceful surrounding will surely help you to properly unwind. Our next stop is Brtonigla, where we will visit winery Cattunar, owned by Cattunar family. The winery produces wide range of malvasia and teran in different styles and ranks. After short tour of winery and wine cellar, you will be presented with the wine production accompanied with wine degustation.
Our six hours trip starts at one of the most charming cities on the Adriatic coast – Piran. This scenic town found its home in a secluded Piran Bay. With the Adriatic shimmering around it, Piran has a rich cultural heritage that is mostly influenced by its time within the Venetian Republic. Its medieval centre is adorned with cobbled streets, colourful houses, cafes & restaurants. It might be tiny, but it has a lot to offer, from Tartini main square, city walls, Church of St. George, and a lovely promenade. Our next stop is Portorož, a small resort town with a long wellness tradition. This Slovenian gem has a wide selection of therapeutic baths, massage and spa rooms, as well as physiotherapy and aromatherapy. But besides thermal complexes, Portorož is also known for rich cultural heritage and variety of hotspots such as Nature Park Sečovlje Salina, water park Laguna Bernardin, cycling rout Parenzana, open-air museum Forma Viva, and many more.
From black truffles to wine and olive oil, Istria’s a delicious place to visit, but some of the region’s most intriguing flavors are found in remote villages hidden by a maze of winding roads. Let someone else do the driving and navigating as you explore three Istrian villages on a gourmet tour with a long list of tastings; you’ll discover local flavors alongside historic architecture, culture, and gorgeous landscapes.
Croatia has a long and rich history tied to both land and sea. Most visitors spend all their time enjoying the beaches, but they're missing out. Explore the Istrian Hills during this half-day walking/driving tour and discover the bohemian Croatia from folklore and legend. Sample authentic delicacies and take in spectacular sites of ancient cities perched atop even older hills.
Brijuni Islands consist of 14 islands that are an extraordinary mix of natural beauty as well as cultural and historical heritage. Indigenous plants, preserved Mediterranean maquis and meadows where deers and mouflons freely graze are a part of the Brijuni landscape that you will experience during the tour.The archaeological and other sites located away from the island’s centre can be visited by train: the Verige Bay with the remnants of Roman villa Rustica from the 1st century AD, as well as the safari park that is home to zebras, Somali sheep, humped zebu cattle, dromedary camels, llamas and an elephant. It is noteworthy that as many as 200 dinosaur footprints have been identified on the Veli Brijun Island. The archaeological museum, located in a Venetian castle dating from the 16th century, the small Gothic Church of St. German with display of fresco replicas and Glagolitic monuments of Istria and the exhibition “Tito on the Brijuni Islands” will fulfill your tour.