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vis-a1-vDaily cultural and adventure excursions, as well as shore excursion programs in various destinations.
A diverse offer of excursions from different cities in Croatia, will enable you to get to know the area, tradition and history in more depth. The excursions are divided into motorcoach and boat excursions, escorted by multilingual guides.
Please contact us for availability and prices!

dubrovnik-a7-vDubrovnik was the earliest Croatian city-state, living its golden years from the 15th to the 18th century, proud of its culture and most of all the freedom that lasted throughout turbulent centuries which left their marks on the city we see today. A sightseeing tour of the old city of Dubrovnik, which has been listed in the UNESCO register due to its exceptional beauty and rich cultural heritage, will reveal some of its most important sights.

korcula-a3-vDriving through the picturesque countryside you will be taken to one of the nicest Croatian islands, considered to be the birthplace of Marco Polo. Korčula town is the historical centre of the island, rich in cultural heritage and tradition of maritime and shipbuilding. Today it is one of the most visited tourist destination in the area. The tour includes major cultural and historical sights.

korcula-a4-vA relaxing cruise will give you a chance to visit the three largest of the Elaphite Islands: Koločep, Šipan and Lopud. Numerous churches and ruins of former patrician summer residences and villas are scattered all over the islands wooded hills. Due to the fact that there are no roads on the islands, consequently there is no traffic, allowing you to enjoy the peacefulness and beauty of nature.

peljesac-a2-vThe beautiful Island of Mljet is one of the most densely wooded islands in Adriatic. The western part of the island has been proclaimed a national park in 1960 – making it the oldest national park in Croatia. The main attractions are two salt-water lakes; Small Lake and Great Lake with a small islet of St. Mary and Benedictine monastery rising in the middle. Other cultural and historical heritage sites are witnesses from the Illyrian times until today.

dubrovnik-a13-vDrive through the beautiful landscape of Konavle Valley and visit the restored village of Čilipi, which preserved its charm and rich tradition until today. You will have a chance to attend Mass at St. Nicholas Church or instead walk through the village where traditional handicrafts are exhibited on stands. After the holy mass, enjoy a folklore performance in front of the church.

In 1981 the Virgin Mary appeared for the first time in Međugorje, sending her message of peace to all people. Since then, Međugorje became one of the well known and most frequently visited pilgrimage destinations in the Catholic world. Join the excursion to this pilgrimage centre, where millions have found their peace and faith.

Passport required.

peljesac-a3-vAn area of vast marshland, with very rich flora and fauna that shelters hundreds of bird species. Neretva is the largest river of the eastern part of the Adriatic Basin. Cruise in small boats through the swamps of the delta enjoying the beauty and variety of the area.

Passport required.

krka-a3-vThe 4 wheel drive Safari will take you through the Konavle countryside known for its beautiful and diverse landscapes; high mountains, swampy valley of the Ljuta River, down to the Molunat village - the southernmost part of Croatia. Time at leisure for swimming. Then continue to Vodovađa village driving up the mountain for a traditional lunch.

amatjus2Montenegro offers natural beauty combined with history in less than one hour's drive from Dubrovnik. The drive around the Bay of Kotor with its small picturesque villages along the way will uncover beautiful landscapes that will leave you astonished. A stop will be made in medieval town of Kotor known for its nautical tradition. The journey will then continue to Budva, one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast.

Passport required.

The town Mostar together with the whole area of Bosnia and Herzegovina has seen various cultures and religions over the centuries. Due to these influences, the town is an outstanding example of a multicultural urban settlement. The guided tour will show the city’s highlights such as the old Bazaar, the Mosque or typical Turkish house.

Passport required.

split-a3-vThis tour takes us to Solin, the former ancient Roman settlement of Salona, among the largest on the Adriatic. Partially excavated, Solin is rich in artefacts, such as the Temple, Roman baths, Amphitheatre, ancient Christian churches and town walls. After tour through ancient times in Salona, we continue toward beautiful town of Split. A walking tour of Split, boasting a 17-century long history, will cover the city's most important historic sights. The Diocletian's Palace with its cellars, the Peristile, the Golden and Silver Gates, the Cathedral and Jupiter's Temple.

split-a1-vThis tour takes us to Solin, the former ancient Roman settlement of Salona, among the largest on the Adriatic. Partially excavated, Solin is rich in artefacts, such as the temple, Roman baths, Amphitheatre, ancient Christian churches and town’s walls. After tour through ancient times in Salona, we continue toward charming town of Trogir, for a tour of its impressive cultural-historical monuments, including the unique 13th century Town Hall, one of the most beautiful cathedrals in Croatia-St. Lawrence.

krka-a1-vThe excursion takes us to Šibenik for a visit to one of Dalmatia’s most valuable religious monuments - the 15th century St. Jacob’s Cathedral. We then continue through the hinterland to the famous Krka Waterfalls. Surrounded by steep-sided canyons, along which runs the wide and plain rocky area, Krka surprises and enchants visitors with the force and blue colour of its waters. There will be time for taking photographs of the scenic countryside.

dubrovnik-a6-v“Those who seek paradise on earth”, George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “should come to Dubrovnik”.
The old city of Dubrovnik has remained basically unchanged since the thirteenth century. Its medieval ramparts encircle the city which pedestrians can enter through one of two gates - either way, they cross a stone bridge under the watchful gaze of the city’s patron Saint Blaise or Vlaho. The beautiful palaces, old monasteries and churches, libraries, treasuries, as well as stone-paved streets and squares are just a part of town’s treasures.

Rafting is one of the earliest means of transportation, and nowadays it is considered as the most challenging recreational activity. Our excursion will take you to the banks of Cetina River and after a short introduction, you will have the opportunity to experience the nature of the river Cetina, descending to one of the most beautiful restaurants hidden in the shades of the woods surrounding the river. You will have the opportunity to swim in the clear mountain river, explore the woods or just relax in the restaurant serving traditional food.

hvar-a1-vHvar Town is an open air museum with Cathedral of St. Stephen, the patron saint of the town, the oldest Community Theatre in Europe from the 17th century and Franciscan Monastery. Perhaps you will find some of the rare lace that is woven by Dominican Nuns from cactus fibres or buy a bottle of lavender essence to keep this island of sunshine, flowers and wine alive.

We take you along the Split Riviera to the area located high above the sea. Upon arrival to Omiš, we will embark small local boats for a sail along the river before arriving at the restaurant located just at the riverbank. The restaurant serves local specialties such as meat and potatoes under the iron bell (known as «peka»). After the lunch we sail back to Omiš where you will have the chance to stroll. Return in the afternoon hours.

plitvice-a1-vPlitvice Lakes – The national park is considered one of Europe's most beautiful natural phenomena of extraordinary beauty. Lakes of Plitvice consist of sixteen picturesque lakes in cascades of green colours. They are connected with beautiful waterfalls and surrounded by thick forest. Plitvice Lakes were entered in the UNESCO Register of World Natural Heritage. The exceptional beauty of the lakes and waterfalls, rich plant and animal life, contrasting colours, forest and the pure mountain air attracts nearly one million of nature lovers every year.

This is an excursion for those wanting to escape from the daily stress and enjoy in the relaxing atmosphere with plenty of sun and sea. We will sail along the beautiful coastline of Trogir. We will soon stop in one of the charming bays for swimming and sunbathing.

rovinj-a2-vTour around Istrian Peninsula with the visit of famous Roman towns on the coast; Pula with one the best-preserved Roman amphitheatres in the world and resorts of Rovinj – one of the most beautiful towns on the Croatian coast with famous St Euphemia church and Poreč - popular resort with known Euphrasias Basilica. A pleasant journey back through central hilly area with picturesque medieval top-hill villages. This trip gives the full picture of the area.

plitvice-a1-vThe National Park of Croatia protected by UNESCO as the Nature phenomena of over 100 cascading waterfalls of green colours connecting 16 large and numerous small lakes, surrounded by a thick forest. The journey is along the coast and through the central part of Croatia.

Great opportunity to see Venice - the most romantic and unique place in the world. Approximately 3 hours 30 min of a very scenic drive with a few stops. There are two frontier crossings (Slovenia and Italy). Passports are required. 30 minutes local boat transfer to St. Marks square along the channel. After included sightseeing, free time for shopping or optional rides in the Gondola or along the Channel Grande.

Passport required.

Apart from excursions, we can also arrange transfers to Venice by catamaran (one way or return) from different ports in Istria.

Drive through the continental part of Istria to Motovun, a captivating fortified little town perched on a hill.
The walking tour will take you around this medieval town surrounded by well-fortified walls, 277 metres above sea level. After the walking tour, a stop in nearby famous restaurant will be made for tasting of some truffle products and local wine.

opatija-a1-vVery short coach drives to different places with few stops. Visit the largest town and the harbour Rijeka (1 hour free time for shopping) with the old sanctuary of Trsat (very famous pilgrimage spot in the Catholic world) and resorts along the Riviera.

The panoramic cruise will take us from Opatija to Lovran - old town full of picturesque Mediterranean motifs and continue to Mošćenička Draga, where a stop will be made for a short walk - typical Mediterranean town with preserved nature and charm of peaceful fishing village. Opatija, Lovran and Mošćenička Draga create the well known Opatija Riviera.

opatija-a1-vOpatija was once the resort of choice for European royalty with beautiful promenade by the sea. Surrounded by luxuriant evergreen vegetation there are hidden numerous secession buildings from 19th century – nowadays hotels. Opatija has not changed its mission throughout its history – it was created for rest and it still is one of the most famous tourist resorts in Croatia.

zagreb-a1-vZagreb, the metropolis of Croatian spirit, was “born” long before 1094, when it was first mentioned in a written document. Nowadays Zagreb has grown to be Croatia’s cultural, religious, economic, and political centre. Visit the Upper Town with its Gothic Cathedral, the beautiful St. Catherine’s church or the massive St. Mark’s church with its famous colour-tiled roof. Continue to the medieval Stone Gate and “Dolac”, the open-air market which are a must for all visitors. Take a scenic drive to the Lower Town with its colourful turn-of-the-century architecture.

plitvice-a2-vThe National Park of Croatia protected by UNESCO as the Nature phenomena of over 100 cascading waterfalls of green colours connecting 16 large and numerous small lakes, surrounded by a thick forest. The journey is along the coast and through the central part of Croatia.

kumrovec-a1-vDrive the Zagorje highway directly to the Trakošćan castle, most visited, most famous and best preserved castle in the country. After a guided tour of the castle, depart toward Veliki Tabor, one of the largest and the oldest medieval castle-fortresses in the country, built in the 15th century. Proceed towards Kumrovec, passing the baroque manor house of Miljana. The unique ethno-village of Kumrovec is a reminiscent of the ancient way of life in this whole region. Visitors can see old houses and barns displaying the old crafts and the way of life almost forgotten.

Since its creation, from development in the Middle Ages through to today, Varaždin has always been a city that its residents loved, and his guests appreciated. Varaždin became the first free royal city in Croatia already in 1209. Varaždin differs from other cities being an exceptional Monumental Art and heritage with the richest and most baroque urban complex that is a candidate for World Heritage List of UNESCO.

ljubljana-a1-vLjubljana – the capital of Slovenia, the city of Jason and the Dragon. This tour includes a walk past the major sights of the old part of Ljubljana. The old city centre has a unique architectural appearance, particularly due to its mixture of Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture with masterful creations by the 20th century architect Joze Plecnik. After the tour ends, you will have some free time to explore on your own.

Passport required.

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 - Zagreb, Croatia
 - Pula, Croatia
 - Zadar, Croatia
 - Split, Croatia
 - Dubrovnik, Croatia
 - Ljubljana, Slovenia
 - Trieste, Italy