03 December 2016

 

Amazing things to do in
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Cilipi Folkore
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Cilipi Folkore

Celebrate with the locals

On this fun tour you are greeted with a traditional "warm" welcome of grappa and figs as you step into the village of Cilipi. The Sunday market stalls are set out with silk embroidery, handicrafts and souvenirs, church bells call for the mass, locals dressed in their Sunday best slowly head to the church . . . just part of the scene full of village ritual and serenity.

A joyful celebration of life takes place in the church square after the mass. Dressed in dark skirts or trousers with crisp white starched shirts, red belts embroidered in gold silk, bright red leather shoes and matching red caps, locals perform songs and dances from the village and the region. You also have a chance to browse around the market and buy some authentic local souvenirs while enjoying the rhythms of Dalmatian music.

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Sea Kayaking in Dubrovnik
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Sea Kayaking in Dubrovnik

Island adventures

his exhilarating half day adventure out in the Adriatic starts beneath Fort Lovrjenac in the small port of Pile, next to the restaurant Orhan, where, accompanied by experienced instructors, you set off to explore caves and the beautiful landscape of Lokrum island. Any trip along the coast from Dubrovnik is special and the views from out at sea are spectacular.

The fun really begins when you arrive at the hidden cave known as Betina, where you will have a break for some snorkelling and swimming and enjoy a packed lunch. When you return to the mainland there is another treat in store as you go paddling in kayaks beneath the old city walls, which is a unique experience and one you won't want to miss.

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Korcula and Peljesac - From Dubrovnik
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Korcula and Peljesac - From Dubrovnik

On the trail of Marco Polo

Marco Polo was a famous explorer who not only changed the world map but changed history as well. Korcula is his birthplace and on this visit you will learn all about this great navigator and what he achieved during his amazing journeys. This little island on the Croatian Adriatic is also famous for its stonemasons, shipbuilders and sailors.

The best of their achievements have been left on the island for you to see. Wander the narrow streets, visit the beautiful churches and palaces, and enjoy this stunning spot. After the tour, pick out a delicious restaurant or just go swimming. And on the way back to Dubrovnik visit the famous wine cellar of Peljesac and taste some of the wines from this region.

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Mostar Day Trip
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Mostar Day Trip

Mostar is a must

This is an exhilarating tour full of contrasts, where East meets West. Rugged coastal areas gradually melt into fertile greens of the Neretva River Valley full of scented citrus fruit and kiwi plantations. On arrival in Bosnia and Herzegovina a brief visit to Pocitelj will remind you of the four and a half centuries of Eastern cultural influence in these territories.

The highlight of the tour is a visit to Mostar, also known as the "melting pot of cultures". Predominantly influenced by centuries' long Turkish rule, here you see tall, slim minarets reaching for the sky, and hear the rhythmic tapping of hammers against copper plates in the bazaar souvenir shops. Walk across the famous Mostar bridge and see houses with ornate wooden balconies.

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Montenegro Day Trip
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Montenegro Day Trip

Magic of Montenegro

Join a trip along the ever-changing South Adriatic coast to the tiny country of Montenegro, which has great natural beauty and immense cultural heritage. Admire the scenery of the only Montenegrin fjord - a Nordic look-alike where grey-white mountains envelop the waters with miniature islands dotted along the bay. Stop in Perast to visit a small island and the church of Our Lady of the Rocks, which was built in the XVII century.

The church is famous for its 68 frescos painted by the master of the Baroque Tripo Kokolja. Then visit the ancient town of Kotor - known as the pearl of the medieval Mediterranean - which you will see in all its beauty. On the way back to Dubrovnik, stop at Boka Bay where your coach goes on to the ferry to cross at the narrowest point for a 15 minute ride.

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Karkara Sunset Dinner Cruise
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Karkara Sunset Dinner Cruise

SAIL OFF INTO THE SUNSET

There's nothing quite like this romantic dinner cruise to round off any stay in beautiful Dubrovnik. The Karaka sunset dinner cruise offers an elegant experience during which you will enjoy a sumptuous meal on the cruise ship then relax and soak up the ambience. This trip offers an unforgettable dining experience on the 16th century wooden Karaka, and you will have every chance of seeing a fabulous sunset.

As you sail you will have breathtaking views of Dubrovnik and Lokrum Island then after the sun has gone down you can relax under a starlit sky with the moon reflecting on the Adriatic. During this memorable cruise you can also listen to sweet music and drink Champagne as well as enjoying excellent cuisine before returning to the city with the lights twinkling ahead of you.

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Scenic Konavle Train Ride & Wine Tasting
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Scenic Konavle Train Ride & Wine Tasting

Great wine and hospitality

Experience the traditional spirit and genuine village atmosphere on this distinctive excursion on a tourist train through vineyards in Konavle. After paying a visit to the first wine cellar, absorb the charm of this region by riding on a train through its rich vineyards. Past customs are on display in the village of Ljuta where you visit a mill to see how flour was once produced and a traditional wool processor.

Then savour some of the best wines from this part of Croatia when you visit three more wine cellars and vineyards. You may also fancy trying the traditional ploughman's lunch of bacon, onions and hard-boiled eggs, served in the customary manner of the old folks from Konavle who laboured in the fields. Then enjoy a final ride on the tourist train through picturesque vineyards before returning to Dubrovnik.

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Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour
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Dubrovnik Game of Thrones Tour

ARE YOU GAME FOR THRONES TOUR?

If you are a fan of the hit TV series Game of Thrones then this Dubrovnik tour is a real must. You will see how the city provides the ideal natural settings for King’s Landing as you get the chance to stroll around its cobbled streets. You will also be able to recognise some other locations from the series, such as the magical town of Qarth, and your guide will explain everything about how and where the scenes were shot.

The tour starts at Pile Gate and lasts around two and a half hours and covers all the sites withing the Old Town of Dubrovnik which were featured in the shows. During this fascinating tour you will be able to see locations which were used as settings in the Season Two (episodes 1, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10) and Season Three, episodes 1 and 10 in which lots of memorable scenes took place.

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Dubrovnik City Tour
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Dubrovnik City Tour

Pearl of the Adriatic

If there is one place in Europe that lends itself perfectly to a walking tour, it is the old walled city of Dubrovnik with its beautiful architecture and stunning views out over the sparkling Adriatic Sea. On this must-do tour you take a stroll along cobbled streets in the company of a professional guide while discovering all the many treasures of Dubrovnik's past and present.

Put your hands on its ancient walls and let the distant presence of people who lived there centuries ago come close and touch you. This half day tour will leave you mesmerised by architectural treasures, artistic intensity and cultural opulence - a day that will live with you forever. From start to finish, you will see why Dubrovnik is called the Pearl of the Adriatic.

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Elephiti Islands - From Dubrovnik
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Elephiti Islands - From Dubrovnik

Island where time stands still

Soak up the sunshine and gentle breezes as your boat leaves Dubrovnik and cuts lazily through peaceful waters heading to a world almost forgotten. The Elaphite Islands are a green oasis of scented citrus plantations, pine clad hills, sandy beaches and palm trees. As you stroll along the promenade it will appear that life on the islands has been in slow motion for a long time.

Fishermen are chatting in cafes or playing cards, while ladies sit on the porch and do their fine needle work or spread delicious aromas of home cooking through windows covered in lace curtains. Many legends and stories of these former islands' fame will be revealed to you - stories of coral divers, ship builders and sea captains that will wake up these dreamy islands for you if only for a day.

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