Our selection of wine, food and gourmet tours take you on a culinary journey you will never forget with a backdrop of the charming hills and vineyards in Istria penisula, beautiful green scenery in Zagreb region, the amazing rocky Dalmatian coast, magnificent landscapes of Pelješac peninsula and beyond. Food and wine are a way of life in Croatia and certainly one of the best way to learn about Croatian culture. Prepare to be seduced by mouth-watering local delicacies and exceptional wines!
If top wines and local food are your focus, with our gourmet&wine tour you will be able to visit renowned vineyards as well as local producers and taste the most famous Croatian wines, accompanied by the property owners or expert sommeliers.
This exceptional tour offers you a perfect opportunity to get a taste, smell, feeling and complete experience of its diversity. During this rich 14 days tour you will hear many interesting stories about Croatian wines, get inside the wineries and vineyards, you will take cooking classes with enthusiastic Croatian chefs, we will take you to truffle hunt, you will have a chance to taste oysters directly from Adriatic sea… So, let’s our tasty dream begin!
- Day 1 – ARRIVAL TO ZAGREB & TRANSFER TO HOTEL – ZAGREB CITY TOUR – WELCOME DINNER
- Day 2 – ZAGREB – GRIFFIN IVANČIĆ WINERY – SAMOBOR WINE& GOURMET FILIPEC FAMILY – ZAGREB
- Day 3 – ZAGREB – MOTOVUN TRUFFLE HUNT & LUNCH AT LOCAL FAMILY HOUSEHOLD STEFANIC – ROVINJ
- Day 4 – ROVINJ CITY TOUR – KOZLOVIĆ WINERY – HUM – OPATIJA
- Day 5 – OPATIJA CITY TOUR – PLITVICE LAKES – ZADAR
- Day 6 – ZADAR CITY TOUR – DEGARRA WINERY – ŠIBENIK CITY TOUR
- Day 7 – ŠIBENIK – NATIONAL PARK KRKA – BIBICH WINERY & GOURMET LUNCH – ŠIBENIK
- Day 8 – ŠIBENIK – TROGIR CITY TOUR – COOKING CLASS WITH CHEF TATJANA – SPLIT
- Day 9 – SPLIT CITY TOUR
- Day 10 – SPLIT – ISLAND HVAR – HVAR CITY TOUR
- Day 11 – HVAR – OLIVE OIL TASTING BOŽIĆ UJE – TOMIĆ WINERY & LUNCH IN JELSA – HVAR
- Day 12 – ISLAND HVAR – MILOŠ WINERY – OYSTERS TASTING & LUNCH IN STON – DUBROVNIK
- Day 13 – DUBROVNIK CITY TOUR & AUTHENTIC LUNCH IN KOPUN DUBROVNIK
- Day 14 – DPEARTURE FROM DUBROVNIK – TRANSFER TO THE AIRPORT
Day by day
ZAGREB ARRIVAL & TRANSFER TO THE HOTEL – ZAGREB CITY TOUR – WELCOME DINNER
On your first day of this great tour, you will meet Zagreb, capital of Croatia and its biggest city. We will wait for you at the aiport and transfer you to the hotel, located in the city center, where you will check in. After we will take you for a walk through the city center, so you can discover your first experience with this exceptional old city; Zagreb – two cities in one city ; two different faces in one face. Majestic Upper town, which is initmate, cosy and distinctly medieval in ambience and the Lower town, full of huge squares, wide boulevards and Secession architecture. You will see central square of Josip Jelacic, Zagreb Cathedral, the most beautiful market at the open – Dolac, Stone Gate and many other attractions. We’ll take a ride with the shortest funicular in the world (only 66 meters) to the Upper town and enjoy amazing view on Zagreb roof tops. We’ll take you through the beautiful Lenuzzi horseshue or so called Green horseshue, a complex of 7 parks and squares with fountains, in the center of the town.
ZAGREB - GRIFFIN IVANČIĆ WINERY – SAMOBOR WINE& GOURMET FILIPEC FAMILY – ZAGREB
Today we will visit our first winery and wine cellar, located only 30 minutes drive from Zagreb. You will discover Griffin Ivančić Winery, famous by his premium sparkling wines. Krešimir Ivančić and his family have been producing wines for generations and have long tradition of wine making. Their vineyards are located on the highest parts of Plešivica mountain, over 400m above sea level, facing south which allows them to produce premium grapes. The fact that Krešimir is a perfectionist and a man who dedicated his life in wine making, in combination with the latest technologies, it gives recognizable character to his excellent wines. Enjoy and cheers!
In the afternoon we are taking to see on of the most picturesque and romantic little cities in the area – sweet Samobor. Nick-name ”sweet” Samobor didn’t deserve only by its gorgeous parks, streets and squares, but also by the most famous cake, tradiotionally prepared for many generations – Samobor custard pastries.
We will take you to Family Filipec Cellar, where you will taste traditionally prepared Bermet and Samobor Mustard. Bermet is a red aromatic wine made from selected sorts of grapes, wormwood and southern fruit. Samobor Mustard is a savory sauce which tastes like mustard. These products represent an identity and the Samobor people take pride in it being an unavoidable part of the Samobor gastronomic offer. The Filipec family is one of the oldest families in Samobor and they are known as producers of Bermet and Muštarda (Mustard), which have been produced in the family since the 19th century. Besides mentioned products, you will also taste some of best wines made by Filipec family.
We are coming back to Zagreb in late afternoon.
Overnight in Zagreb, luxury 5* or 4* hotel in the city center.
ZAGREB – MOTOVUN TRUFFLE HUNT & LUNCH AT LOCAL FAMILY HOUSEHOLD STEFANIC – ROVINJ
Today we are leaving Zagreb and heading to the west, more precisely to Istria peninsula, often called ”Croatian Tuscany”. Istria is real unique land of food, wines, olives and truffels. Istria is simply – a paradise for hedonists!
First we will take you to the family-owned truffle property Karlić Tartufi where you will experience unavoidable truffle hunt and degustation of truffle products. The truffle business of the Karlić family from Paladini near Buzet was established last century, in 1966 to be exact, so they cherish very long tradition and love in truffles. A rush of adrenaline that you will experience together during the truffle hunting certainly will not leave you indifferent, because truffles are their true passion and their way of life. Friendly hosts will tell you all about truffles, the tradition of truffle hunting, and their truffle hunting dogs.
After we will visit Motovun, according to the legend, city built by giants. The hilltop town Motovun, with its elegant system of towers, walls, gates and squares, represents a strong example of Venetian colonial architecture. Perched on a hill about 227 meters above sea level, Motovun is the most attractive town in the Istrian interior. Take a walk around the town walls of Motovun: The sweeping view takes in the vineyards that produce Motovun’s fine Teran and Malvasija wines and the forests that harbour Istria’s prized white and black truffles.
And finally, we will have amazing lunch at family Štefanić Agrotourism, owned by warm and friendly people Karmen and Ivan Štefanić. Since 1780, on the sunny hills of Motovun, hardworking hands of the Štefanic family started creating indigenous Istrian products. Today, the descendants inspired by the values of their grandparents and driven by their love for healthy life, create top quality homemade products and serve them in the Štefanic agrotourism. All of their dishes are done following the traditional recipies of Istria region and made from their home produced ingredients.
In the evening we are arriving to magical old town Rovinj.
Overnight in Rovinj , boutique 4* hotel in the city center.
ROVINJ CITY TOUR – KOZLOVIĆ WINERY – HUM – OPATIJA
Stunning city Rovinj, proclaimed as one of 10 most romantic cities in Europe. And it trully is…
On the seaside, the town is protected by a high rocky shore and house walls built on cliffs, while the mainland side is protected by solid walls. The town is dominated by the baroque St. Euphemia’s Church, its 60-meter tower providing a view of grey and red rooftops and chimneys, streets and squares, the port and pier with ships and boats, and the marina harboring yachts.
Take a deep breath and feel salty and romantic essence of this glorious old city.
Let’s continue this incredible journey with a visit and wine degustation at one of best-known and valued Istrian wine-makers, Kozlović winery. The wine story of Kozlović family began in 1904 in the Valle valley crossed by the Argilla creek. The family ancestors had barely few hectares of vineyards, while the knowledge was passed on through the years and upgraded by each generation. Today, the young generation of the Kozlović family continues to work on the vineyards, creating traditional wines expressing the character of Istrian indigenous varieties – Malvasia, Muscat Momiano, Muscat Rose and Teran.
Another exciting destination is is waiting for us – Hum, situated in the heart of Istria, in the township of Buzet. This picturesque settlement is located at 339 m above sea level. Today, Hum numbers only some 15 imhabitants and bears the popular name “the smallest city in the world”, according to the Guiness Book of Records. Today, Hum is a city-monument, one of the rare examples of the urban development within the city walls.
Apart from being famous for being the smallest city in the world, recently it became popular for “biska”, brandy spiced with mistletoe and made according to the old recipe originating from Hum, which we will surely try. Every year at the end of October, the Grappa festival takes place here, presenting brandy producers from all over Istria.
In the evening we are arriving to magnificent Adriatic coast and tourism champion, Queen of the Adriatic – city Opatija.
Overnight in Opatija, design 4* hotel in the city center.
OPATIJA CITY TOUR – PLITVICE LAKES – ZADAR
Opatija, like a beautiful lady, enjoys her riches and fullness of life. Opatija’s villas and hotels of exceptional architectural value, surrounded by the evergreen mountainUčka, healing sea and beautifully arranged parks, have perfectly combined the modern spirit and the benefits of a top tourist offer. Because of its unique climate and temperature, Opatija is attractive not only in the hot summer months when offering refreshment, but in the winter as well, with its mild and warm temperatures because of which it was a popular resort and sanatorium of the Austrian aristocracy.
After enjoying in walking through Opatija promenade, we are heading to the south, where we will discover majestic Plitvice Lakes. Plitvice Lakes are a world pearl of incalculable value. Its specific beauty is a sanctuary for nature lovers and an inspiration for artists, whereas the uniqueness and richness of its nature is an occupation of scientists.
This pure emerald beauty has deserved to be placed on the the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979, as the oldest Croatian National Park (proclaimed in 1949). Today, 60 years after its establishment, Plitvice Park continues to provide inspiration for visitors becoming nowadays one of Croatia’s biggest attractions. Thousands of people from all over the world visit the Park during all year round. They come to find peace and relaxation just to experience something different as a getaway from the city. The series of 16 bigger and a few smaller lakes, gradually lined up, separated by travertine barriers for which the period of the last ten thousand years was crucial, and which were ruled by ecological relations similar to those of today – suitable for travertine depositing and for the origin of the lakes – are the basic phenomenon of the National Park.
Enjoy the timeless beauty of an impressive 78 meters High waterfall, take a walk through green oasis or take a ride with a train or an electric boat, while breathing fresh air and discovering pure intact nature…
In the evening we are coming to stunning old city Zadar, where history tells stories about it.
Overnight in Zadar, boutique 4* hotel in the Old town.
ZADAR CITY TOUR - DEGARRA WINERY – ŠIBENIK CITY TOUR
adar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient Roman and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.
It is three thousand years old, a city of old and dynamic history, often destructed, devastated, every time emerging from the ruins stronger, richer and more beautiful. The City Walls of Zadar joined UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2017 as an outstanding monument of the modern maritime fortification scheme. Zadar has remains dating from the early Stone Age, while from the Neolithic it has remains of many human settlements. In Zadar we will see the Church of St. Donat, a city symbol from the early middle ages, Kalelarga, Cathedral of St. Anastasia and city walls from Roman times and middle ages.
Only few kilometers outside Zadar, we will stop at Degarra Winery to taste some premium wines. The Degarra Winery is a small “boutique” winery from the Zadar region that produces a limited series of top quality wines. Their motto “New and Original” besides pointing out the desire to enter the market with the new product every year, is also reflected in their desire to stand out from the others.
Degarra wines are unique products and “tailor-made” with a soul attached to the region and the art of winemaking. An exquisite taste that fulfills wine desires, both for connoisseurs and lovers of fine wines.
After enjoying Zadar beauties we are going more to the south, following crystal clear Adriatic sea. Discover Šibenik and its old cobble-stone streets. Šibenik is the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast. It is also called Krešimir’s town, since it was the residence of King Petar Krešimir IV, the most important ruler of the ancient Croatian state. Šibenik is located in a large bay where the Krka river meets the sea. It grew from an old Croatian fort near the fortress of St. Michael, which still overlooks the town. Apart from St. Michael’s, the town is surrounded by three other fortresses: St. Nicholas’ which is under UNESCO World Heritage Site, St.John’s and Šubićevac. Its narrow winding streets, stony houses, many staircases and the remains of the city walls give Šibenik that romantic Mediterranean atmosphere. The St. Jacob’s Cathedral is the most famous architectural master-piece in Šibenik, listed as the UNESCO World Cultural Monument.
Overnight in Šibenik, design 4* hotel in the Old town.
ŠIBENIK – NATIONAL PARK KRKA – BIBICH WINERY & GOURMET LUNCH – ŠIBENIK
After breakfast we are going to visit magnificent National Park on river Krka. This true paradise on earth, Krka National Park lies about 10 kilometers inland from old city Šibenik in Central Dalmatia. Named after the Krka River, the Park covers an area of just over 142 square km and includes two thirds of the river itself. It was proclaimed as a National park in 1985, as the 7th National Park on Croatia. Main attractions of the park are its magnificent waterfalls, canyons and stunning nature, including famous Skradinski Buk fall which is one of Croatia’s most famous sights.
The area is exceptionally rich in endemic flora and fauna, containing 222 types of bird. Over 800 species of plant life have been identified as being present in the National Park. The watermills along the rivers and above the waterfalls, ruins of fortifications rising above the canyons, the picturesque mouth of the River Čikola above Skradinski buk waterfall – all are specific features of the river landscape. Much of the animal life lives, unsurprisingly, in and around the waters of the Krka River which is home to different amphibian and reptile creatures. Magnificent Skradinski Buk waterfalls are a collection of 17 waterfalls that range in height by over 45 meters. In this great National park you will find ruins of the former Krka hydroelectric plan and there was built the first complete electricity system in Croatia. That happened just two days after Tesla’s hydroelectric plant on Niagara Falls. Thanks to the historical importance, Krka hydroelectric plant is protected as a monument of industrial architecture.
After enjoying this natural wonder, we are going to discover one of the best wineries in this region – Bibich winery. The Bibich winery is a family-owned “boutique” winery from Skradin that has been producing wine for generations with focus on indigenous varieties. This is is a true gem of Dalmatia and the vineyards are about 500 years old. Not only that, but the winery also has an amazing tasting room where you can enjoy their exceptional wines. Even more so, those wines can be found on the wine lists of some of the world’s finest restaurants, in New York, Tokyo, Stockholm… This brand is recognized among wine lovers as different, unique, original, and intriguing. Only for you, we will organize an exceptional gourmet experience – lunch, consisted of food & wine pairing.
In the evening we are coming back to Šibenik.
Overnight in Šibenik, design 4* hotel in the Old town.
ŠIBENIK – TROGIR CITY TOUR – COOKING CLASS WITH CHEF TATJANA – SPLIT
In the morning, little bit richer with one more beautiful experience, we are leaving Šibenik and going to the south. We will see one more old Croatian jewel – small city Trogir. Trogir is an island with one of the biggest historical heritage in the world, abound in beauty and history and it’s protected by UNESCO. St. Lawrence Cathedral with its majestic portal of Radovan, priceless collection of the Chapel of st. Ivan Trogirski and gothic church bell make the local people very proud. Most of the town walls, once used as a protection are preserved, forming, in the 13th century, the old center of Tragurium.
While walking through the narrow streets of the town you can come across Kairos, God of lucky moment… According to legend, whoever manages to grab his curl will have lucky moments of eternal beauty. In case you do not find it, this bronze relief and symbol of Trogir is the most valuable part of St. Nicholas monastery collection. Nowhere in the world you can find a town that magical at night time… Stone walls become alive under the street lights, and Dalmatian songs are heard from every corner.
After city tour, we will meet chef Tatjana, for an exclusive private cooking class in her 13th century old palace home. Tatjana, your host, who is very charming and friendly, enthusiastic and passionate about food, will pass onto you true love for cooking.
In this unique cooking class, you will learn how to appreciate each of the ingredients to their fullest, how to treat them and how to savor their essence. The menu depends as much on the catch-of-the-day at the market, as on your personal preferences.
On this class you will be introduced to every step of the Dalmatian food preparation process, from cleaning fish, making homemade pasta, preparing traditional Dalmatian entrees, marinades and side dishes sauce. Enjoy to the fullest because this experience will bring a difference into your life!
Later in the afternoon we are arriving to Split.
Overnight in Split, design 4* hotel in The Old town
SPLIT CITY TOUR
This whole days is aimed for exploring ancient city of Split, today cultural, economic and administrative center of Central Dalmatia. Because of its Mediterranean charm, vibrant and magical atmosphere, it’s often called ”The most beautiful city in the world”. Among its grandiuos buldings, streets and walls, we will visit the most important monument of Roman architecture on the eastern coast of the Adriatic – The Diocletian’s Palace. The site was first settled when, at the end of the third century AD, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace here. These days the palace is known as Diocletian’s Palace and it is under UNESCO’s protection. The importance of Diocletian’s Palace far transcends local significance because of its level of preservation and the buildings of succeeding historical periods built within its walls, which today form the very heart of old Split.
Numerous valuable cultural monuments are also to be found beyond the palace walls. Take your free afternoon for exploring this magnificent city – the pines of the Marjan forest in the western part of the peninsula, the murmur of the sea and the sound of the Dalmatian song in the stone streets of the city.
Once you get to know this town and the way of living here you are going to love it.
Overnight in Split, design 4* hotel in The Old town
SPLIT – ISLAND HVAR (WITH FERRY) – HVAR CITY TOUR
Our next destination is island Hvar. Voted as one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world and praised by renowned international publications, the island of Hvar, on Croatia’s Mediterranean coast, has been known for the healing qualities of its pure air and crystal clear sea since ancient Greek times. In the heart of Europe, Hvar’s uniquely sunny microclimate, unspoiled landscape, and rich cultural heritage made it one of the first tourist resorts in the Adriatic. Whispered to be the new St. Tropez, Hvar has climbed its way to international recognition without effort.
Effortlessly ranked as Croatia’s trendiest summer destination, Hvar became an ultimate must-be spot on every-one’s travel map. Hvar’s natural beauty and year-round sunshine made it one of the first tourist resorts in the Adriatic. In fact, the Austrian Queen Elizabeth sponsored the construction of one of the first hotels on Hvar. One of the remains of Hvar history is Stari Grad Plain, one of UNESCO World Heritage sites. This is a cultural landscape that has remained practically intact since it was first colonized by Ionian Greeks from Paros in the 4 th century BC.
Overnight in Hvar, luxury 4* hotel in The Old town
HVAR – OLIVE OIL TASTING BOŽIĆ UJE - TOMIĆ WINERY & LUNCH IN JELSA – HVAR
After breakfast we are going to visit well known family olive oil producer on island Hvar, close to the village Svirče – Božić Uje (Božić Oil). Bozic oil is steeped in the traditions, hard work, love and expertise of their family. Theor high standards and passion for food inspire them to produce olive oil with exquisite flavor, made from only the finest ingredients. Selekcija Božić consists of high-quality and well-selected olive varieties. It boasts harmonious scents and flavors. The premium oil is golden green, contains aromatic herbs and has a fresh fragrance. It is moderately bitter and piquant. The handpicked, undamaged olive fruit and the special manufacturing process provide a first-class extra virgin olive oil that will satisfy even the most demanding culinary professionals and lovers of healthy cuisine.
After this special experience, we are going again to unavoidable wine tasting to wonderful wine cellar at Tomic winery. Andro Tomić was born on the island of Hvar and has dedicated his whole life to wines and oenology. After 20 years of professional training in France and elsewhere, he decided to return to Hvar to produce his own wines. Andro follows the 150-year long tradition of family winemaking. His legendary wines like “1991” were proof of the high potential of the indigenous variety Plavac Mali and paved the way for a winemaking and viticulture renaissance in the region. Their new winery is situated in Jelsa, a small coastal town with a long winemaking tradition. They produce between 130,000 and 150,000 bottles a year. Family Tomic is especially proud of otheir wine tasting venue, buried in stone bellow the winery and modelled on the ancient Roman dining room called triclinium.
Later, we are going to beautiful town Jelsa, where you will enjoy in amazing lunch by the sea.
Overnight in Hvar, luxury 4* hotel in The Old town
ISLAND HVAR – MILOŠ WINERY – OYSTERS TASTING & LUNCH IN STON – DUBROVNIK
Today we are leaving island Hvar and heading more to the south, towars beautiful Pelješac peninsula. First we will stop in one of best wineries in this region – Miloš winery. Grape and wine production in Ponikve, on the Peljesac peninsula has been a Milos family tradition for generations. They base their production on the autochthonous grape variety of Plavac mali. They have about 15 hectares of vineyards on the finest locations on Peljesac. Vineyards have been planted on sandy soil formed on the dolomite rocks. Handcrafted vineyards and ecological production show the effort we put into every detail. Miloš family is specialized in producing different types of high quality wine of the Plavac mali cultivar. You will enjoy some of best Croatian wines made from Plavac mali, like selection of Stagnum wines.
We will stop in a Ston bay, little fisherman village named Ston, well-known by its five-kilometers (3,5 miles) long walls, the longest in Europe, made as a fortification complex in 14th Century. After walking the walls, we will visit ancient salt factory (13.ct) where production still takes place under natural conditions on the same principles it has been running continuously for more than 7 centuries.
The gulf of Mali Ston has a clean and natural environment. It has been well-known for its mussel and oysters-growing farm since Roman times,and the oysters from Ston (ostrea edulis),as an acknowledged natural aphrodisiac has made this region world-famous. You will have a chance to taste this sea-delicacies, as well as an exceptional sea-food lunch. Enjoy!
In the evening we are coming to Dubrovnik.
Overnight in Dubrovnik, luxury 5* or 4* hotel
DUBROVNIK CITY TOUR & AUTHENTIC LUNCH IN KOPUN DUBROVNIK
And finally, welcome to Dubrovnik – The Pearl of the Adriatic. Great George Bernard Shaw, impressed by its magic, once said – ”Those who seek paradise on Earth, should come to Dubrovnik and find it”. And he was absolutely right. Dubrovnik’s nickname is a “Pearl of the Adriatic” and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1979. Today Dubrovnik is the proudest feather in Croatia’s tourist cap, an elite destination and one of the most beautiful towns in the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik used to be an independent republic, surviving mostly on trade. It managed to survive many centuries, with constant threats to its territory, particularly from the mighty Ottoman Empire and Venice. History is present in the entire city, which is both a museum and a picturesque stage where cultural heritage and contemporary life meet. All houses and monuments have a unique value. The Old City is encompassed by medieval walls, which have been preserved in their original form and opened for visitors as Dubrovnik’s major attraction.
Dubrovnik has been a prominent Game of Thrones filming location and it is a must visit for any Game of Thrones fan. After all Dubrovnik is King’s Landing, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms!
We will enter the old town through the Pile Gate and we will find our selves on Stradun – biggest street in Dubrovnik. Here we will find the Onofrio Fountain, built in 1438, the Franciscan Monastery, with one of the oldest functioning pharmacies in Europe, in operation since 1391. At the other end of the Stradun, we will discover the locals’ favourite meeting place, the Orlando Column, with the nearby Sponza Palace and the baroque church of St. Blaise. Here is also the Rector’s Palace, which is now a city museum packed with valuable and historic exhibits. Opposite the palace through a narrow street is a square, Gunduliceva Poljana, which is the site of the busy morning market. In the same square is the Jesuit Monastery from the early 18th century. From here you can see the little old town port and visit the city walls which encircle the city and which have been remarkably preserved.
Whole city is alive monument and rich treasury of history. You will surely find it magical.
After the city tour we will take you to well known family – owned restaurant Kopun, where they take great pride at their efforts to bring back some of the old Croatian recipes handed down through centuries. They nurture the old school of hearty and healthy meals made with quality, fresh ingredients. Great portion of the food in the country is still being produced organically and without genetically modified crops which make it possible to get some of the tastiest ingredients and use them in their dishes. From meat to sea food to vegetables, their main mission is telling a story of Croatian cuisine, keeping the food interesting, and having their guests leave with smiles of content on their faces.
Overnight in Dubrovnik, luxury 5* or 4* hotel
DPEARTURE FROM DUBROVNIK – TRANSFER TO THE AIRPORT
Our amazing journey throughout Croatia has come to the end. This unique gourmet experience will stay unforgettable forever… We will drive you to Dubrovnik Airport to catch your returning flight. We wish you a safe journey home, together with your memories collected in our small, but so diverse country. Till some next time, Cromotion team says good-bye…
Included in the price:
- Private airport transfers and transportation throughout your tour in a modern air-conditioned sedan car or mini-van
- Professional English speaking guide – driver
- 13 nights accommodation in some of best 5* and 4* hotels with breakfasts included
- Tickets for all top attractions: Trakošćan Castle, Plitvice lakes, Šibenik and Trogir Chatedral, Diocletian’s Palace, Ston Walls, National Park Krka
- Private city tours as specified in the itinerary
- Authentic welcome dinner in Zagreb restaurant
- Wine presentation and degustation at Griffin Ivancic winery
- Wine & gastro experience at Filipec family in Samobor
- Truffle hunt, presentation and degustation near Motovun
- Traditional home-made lunch at local family house-hold Stefanic near Motovun
- Wine tasting and presentation at Kozlovic winery in Istria
- Wine tasting and presentation at Degarra winery near Zadar
- Visit to Bibich winery & gourmet lunch
- Cooking-class in Trogir
- Olive oil tasting at Bozic Uje on island Hvar
- Wine tasting and presentation at Andro Tomic winery on island Hvar
- Exceptional lunch in Jelsa on island Hvar
- Sea-food lunch in Ston/Pelješac peninsula
- Oyster tasting on Pelješac peninsula
- Wine tasting and presentation at Milos winery
- Special exclusive lunch in restaurant Kopun in Dubrovnik
- Water during the day
- Tourist city tax
Info about prices
Cromotion Travel Agency is all about designed and personal experiences, so we don’t have generic made tours & fixed prices . To find out more, get in touch with us for a tailor-made trip based on your interests and budget.
Please note that all our tours of Croatia are private and we may stop along the way as often as you desire, for you to visit a site, take a beautiful photo or simply engage with the people of the country.
Price is flexible and can vary according to the number of persons and the time of the year, depending on low or high tourist season.
It starts at 3.950,00 EUR/person/day, including the services mentioned under INCLUSIONS.
The exact rate will be quoted once the precise itinerary and extras you would like to include are decided.