Excursions & Activities
Dubrovnik Panorama & City Tour
Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw said, “Those who seek paradise on earth should seek it in Dubrovnik.” Known for pale blue water and magnificent walls surrounding its distinguished Old Town, Dubrovnik offers guests an unmatched combination of culture and beauty.
Our tour begins with a short sightseeing trip by bus to reach the hill overlooking the city from where we have a spectacular view of the ancient village (the historical Ragusa). Then we will enter into the heart of the city through Pile Gate, located at the top of Stradun, the famous main street of the old town. From here, we will begin our tour on foot.
The Konavle region
A unique opportunity to spend an unforgettable day in an idyllic natural setting. Enjoy a drive through the picturesque villages of the Konavle region (Popovići, Radovčići) …before we stop above the town of Molunat for a view of the Croatian southernmost part – the Prevlaka peninsula. We continue through the Konavle Valley to the Konavoski Dvori Restaurant. A traditional welcome of local brandy and dried figs will take place in front of the restaurant.
Enjoy the romantic charm created by the swift river lined with greenery, exceptional wines and traditional cuisine of the area. A visit to the gallery of the primitive painter Mijo Šiša Konavljanin in the village of Mihanići will round off this memorable and highly enjoyable excursion.
Island of Korčula
Korčula is thought to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, and legend says that the town of Korčula was founded by the Trojan hero Antenor. History and tradition are apparent when you walk along the paved streets and squares of this lovely town. The city tour includes a visit to cultural and historical monuments, including the treasury of the Abbey, the City Museum and the Museum of Icons. The rest of the day is spent at leisure before our return to Dubrovnik. The most popular excursion.
Pelješac wines and vineyards
A quality wine is, by its drinkability, colour and bouquet, a real treat for your eyes, taste and your soul. It is particularly enjoyable to drink wine with homemade specialities, which you will experience on our Pelješac wine trail. Pošip and Mali Plavac wines from the Grgić wine cellar will be tasted at Trsteno, a picturesque place in a lovely cove. Also at Trsteno is beautiful pebble beach where we can stop for a swim. We continue the excursion via Potomače where a photo pause will be made. There will be ample opportunity to capture the picturesque vineyards and scenery with your camera. On the way back we will stop in Ston for lunch, where are the famous best seafood restaurants.