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Recorrido vinícola por el valle Konavle desde Dubrovnik con paseo en tren

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Dubrovnik, Croacia

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6 horas  (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
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Descripción general

Vea la campiña croata más allá de la hermosa ciudad de Dubrovnik con este viaje guiado de un día completo al valle de Konavle para degustar el vino de producción local de cuatro bodegas tradicionales de gestión familiar. Viaje en un cómodo autocar de Dubrovnik a unas 20 millas (30 km) al sur. Viaja entre las bodegas con estilo a través de un mini tren que recorre el campo. Conozca a los enólogos, coma un "almuerzo campesino" y, en la aldea de Ljuta, sea testigo de una manifestación de fabricación de lana.
  • Observa las estribaciones escénicas de la montaña Sniježnica mientras viajas en autobús a la aldea de Brajkovici
  • Visita cuatro bodegas familiares, disfruta de tres sesiones de cata de vinos y saborea un abundante "almuerzo de campesinos" para disfrutar del vino.
  • Mira una demostración de fabricación de lana en un antiguo molino en el pueblo costero de Ljuta
  • Recogida en el hotel y traslado desde el centro de Dubrovnik incluido.
Diga 'dovidjenja' o 'adiós' a Dubrovnik mientras el cómodo entrenador serpentea por la costa sur de Dalmacia con las inigualables vistas del Adriático a su derecha, al rústico Valle de Konavle, a unos 30 kilómetros al sur de la ciudad. .

Ubicado en el extremo sur de Croacia, cerca de la frontera de Montenegro, el valle de Konavle está flanqueado por el mar Adriático y las estribaciones de la montaña Sniježnica. El valle cuenta con amplias cantidades de viñedos, ya que las condiciones climáticas y geológicas son propicias para la elaboración del vino.

Deténgase en el pueblo de Brajkovici para visitar una bodega familiar. Aprenda sobre el cultivo de uva en el área, así como, sobre el antiguo conocimiento que los expertos en vinificación locales utilizan para producir un excelente vino.

Escuche a su guía contar la historia de la zona, mientras viaja de un encantador pueblo a otro, pasando por olivares y plantaciones de cítricos mientras su vehículo serpentea a través del paisaje rural.

Visite unas cuantas bodegas diferentes y conozca a los enólogos locales, escuche cómo producen el vino y aprenda sobre las características principales del vino del sur de Dalmacia. Pruebe los mejores tintos y blancos que se ofrecen y no se salte los dulces vinos de postre. En un viñedo, disfrute de un típico "almuerzo de campesinos", que seguramente absorberá algo de ese vino en su estómago. Deléitese con los huevos, el queso, el tocino y el pan, y asegúrese de guardar espacio para una rebanada de pastel tradicional que se sirve en la última parada.

Regrese al "tren" del vino para la parada final: el pueblo costero de Ljuta, donde pasará por un antiguo molino de harina y verá una demostración de fabricación de lana, realizada por lugareños con atuendo histórico.

Después, súbase al entrenador para el corto viaje de regreso a Dubrovnik, y regrese a la "Perla del Adriático" a primera hora de la tarde.

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Muy buen rato, gente fantástica...
Christian M
, oct 2014
Muy buen rato, gente fantástica. Recomendaría este viaje con creces.
Great wee affordable tour
nickstriplights
, may 2019
This is a great wee tour to go on - its not too expensive, most of the wines are affordable if you wish to grab a bottle, and there are some stunning views, and quaint vineyards to visit. When we went there were roughly 26 or so people, which i think is probably the limit. If the bus had of been full then i'm not entirely sure everyone would have fit in for the tastings etc at each winery. The wines themself are nice enough, and most bottles can be picked up for no more than 10 euros. If you are collected early then be prepared for a bit of a wait if there is any hold ups or delays for people being picked up.
The tour delivered on both the wine...
Sharon B
, ago 2018
The tour delivered on both the wine and cultural front. While we were with a rather large group, you didn't really notice. The pickup and drop offs were optimised, touring bus was big enough, the train was comfortable and people could board and offboard quickly and the wineries were always ready, having setup everything in time. So there was hardly any waiting times, wine was lovely and we saw an old mill and heard about the history of the region from the winemakers. It was so much more than just a winetour, there was a whole cultural aspect we didn't expect, but which was lovely. It was well organised and comfortable. Great way to see another part of Croatia and enjoy nice wine and food. Highly recommended!
Very commercialized tour. Little to...
Olexandra Z
, jul 2018
Very commercialized tour. Little to no information provided about wines, it was like Here is merlo, drink and you can buy it over there. Red wine tasting outdoors when it is 30-32 degrees celcium is a torture. Wines were very average. The only good ones were the whites at Karaman, but 30 euros for a white dry and 75 euros for a dessert white, even for exclusive local grape, is too much. Some sweet delightes were also offered and I bought orange zest in sugar only to find out that its best-before date was a half a year ago and it was cheaper to buy it in supermarket or in duty free. Waste of time.
a chance to see a few vineyards and...
Gary T
, oct 2016
a chance to see a few vineyards and a little talk from the owners but you will not see any of the the operation just a small talk and even less wine, nice little lunch though in what was nicest stop
overall, a fun trip into the...
Tera K
, jun 2016
overall, a fun trip into the countryside and meeting local wine makers. we reconfirmed our trip and our pickup time the day prior yet when we arrived, the transfer vehicle had to double check that we were on the tour. a little hiccup that was quickly fixed but it took me by surprise since we had just reconfirmed... the bus to Konavle Valley was entertaining. we learned some local history and i found our guide to be very engaging. the white wines were excellent at every stop. the reds left me a little underwhelmed but i come from California so i have high expectations. some of the liqueurs and dessert wines really surprised me. they were quite good! do not expect to have a meal out of this trip. uncooked bacon, raw green onions and hard boiled eggs do not constitute a lunch to me but i get the concept of the peasants lunch. and i was quite surprised that i liked the bacon so much! would i do it again? probably not but it was entertaining and a decent value for the money.
Absolutely amazing tour, everyone...
Judith A
, ago 2015
Absolutely amazing tour, everyone was so friendly, the wine was amazing and we even got food along the way.
poorly organized. bad guides. tour...
Frida S
, jul 2015
poorly organized. bad guides. tour in both German and English took lots of time. Too many people, not everyone got a seat at the stops. stop at mill was irrelevant. lunch turned out to be bread and boiled egg. should have had water on the bus, old people were suffering. no cellars. very little wine.
Tour was great fun. Enjoyed the...
binman
, jun 2015
Tour was great fun. Enjoyed the experience, the owners of the vineyards were not at all pushy in trying to sell produce. It has been a long time since I rode a kiddy train ride - great fun
The wine tour was very enjoyable and...
William H
, oct 2014
The wine tour was very enjoyable and exceeded expectations. The tour guides were very pleasant and handled those who spoke English as well as those speaking German.

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