Monday, 08 January 2018 10:00

Wine and dine at Pelješac peninsula

Peljesac is the second largest peninsula in Croatia and is still one of the “secret” places yet to be discovered by all. It is situated just an hour and a half drive from Dubrovnik through picturesque landscapes, small villages and hills filled with stunning vineyards. The peninsula is known for its outstanding red wine, which is made from the grape “Plavac Mali”. Two of the most well-known wine growing regions are Postup and Dingac. In this day tour, you will visit several wineries, meet the locals who are responsible for bringing this top quality wine to many restaurants in Croatia, explore the beauty of their vineyards and learn more about wine and its origins. This wine tour will give you an insight into the local life and traditions that characterize this unique region. After enjoying wine and local cuisine that Pelješac peninsula offers, you will head back to Dubrovnik filled with new knowledge and definitely a few bottles of wine!

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Monday, 08 January 2018 09:59

Experience the Country-side of Pelješac

It is well known that delicious Mediterranean food and wine are one of the main attractions of the Peljesac peninsula. In the family run business, you will find not only those two aspects, but also many other activities that will make your day. The property is located in a small village Gurići and has remarkable panoramic views of Mljet, Orebic and the sea. They have a wide gastro choice on offer with delicious homemade traditional food. Also, the property has a playground for the children and can offer you the chance to go horse riding and cliff climbing.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 09:58

Island Getaway

The Island of Korcula is one of the alleged places where the famous explorer Marco Polo was born and one of the biggest islands in the Adriatic. Its location is easily accessible when coming from Dubrovnik, with a journey that takes about 3 and a half hours by road and sea. The Old Town in Korcula looks like a mini version of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, with its city walls that were built for defense by the Venetians and many gates and towers around it. The Island offers a lot of attractions, from the famous St. Mark’s Cathedral, Strossmayer Square, other baroque and gothic churches, to its countryside filled with oak and pine trees. After sightseeing in Korcula’s Old Town, there will be a lunch break. We will then continue to Lumbarda, a small village that is filled with small sandy beaches, where one can relax and swim in the crystal-clear sea.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 09:44

Did somebody say Safari?

If you want to get away from busy life in the city and have a one of a kind adventure, then Neretva Foto Safari is the best choice for you. Neretva Valley offers a unique opportunity to drive around the narrow channels of the river in a traditional boat managed by a local. You will be given an insight into life in Neretva, on how to catch fish, how to cultivate citrus fruit which are symbols of Neretva and learn little secrets of their amazing local cuisine. In this perfect ambience surrounded by water lilies and river, you will have nothing else to say, but to soak up the nature around you and its undiscovered beauty.

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