The adventure begins on the largest Croatian peninsula, in Istria, and ends in the south of the country, in Dubrovnik – one of the most famous and most visited pearls of the Adriatic sea. We must remind you that we are here to tailor each of our tours according to your personal preferences and interests and we will do our best to make all your wishes come true, all you have to do is ask!
The Euphrasian basilica in Poreč is the first UNESCO station on this tour. It is very valuable and special because from that early period of Christian history, there are almost no completely preserved monuments. Its unique style of construction is a splendid example of early Byzantine art of the 6th century. After sightseeing Poreč, we are going to Rovinj where we’ll visit museum Batana, which is on the UNESCO’s list of intangible heritage , unique on the Adriatic and the Mediterranean, dedicated to the traditional wooden batana boat! The ride follows to the Plitvice Lakes where we will spend the night. The following day is reserved for seeing Plitvice Lakes – the oldest and largest National Park in Croatia, a complex of 16 lakes of different sizes, interconnected by cascades and waterfalls. After we have recharged our batteries in the nature, we are returning to the seaside, towards Zadar. Once again, you will spend a day in beautiful nature, visiting the primeval and ancient beech forests in the Paklenica National park, which are also on the list of world heritage, which shows that Croatia is one of the richest countries in Europe, regarding to natural beauties. We continue our journey towards the south, visiting Šibenik, Trogir and arriving in Split. Take a look at medieval Split and the historical heart of the city – Diocletian’s palace. The next day we will go on a day trip to the sunniest Croatian island of Hvar, visit the Old Town Field whose vineyards and olive trees have remained almost unchanged since the first colonization of ancient Greeks, which is the best preserved ancient Greek landscape in the Mediterranean. The path leads us to the extreme south of Croatia, Dubrovnik, but first we’ll see monumental medieval tombstones called „stećci“, in Mala Crljivica, and a special lunch is organized in Trilj. The restaurant is on the river itself, where you will taste various specialties. Our trip ends in Dubrovnik, from which, depending on your wishes, we can organize a trip to Dubravka, where you can see the rest of stećci, medieval tombs. With this tour you will go through only a small part of the rich Croatian culture and heritage, and surely we hope you will return to see some more!