Best way to enjoy the land of a thousand islands is on a massive sailboat that will take you to the secluded coves of Brač and Šolta so you can swim in azure waters with a pleasurable musical backdrop selected by an on-board DJ. Sights, sounds, scents and flavours you will experience on this trip cannot be put in mere words. We do this every year at the end of the season, to unwind.
Travel through beautiful karts landscapes around Šibenik, visit one of the most beautiful and oldest sacral monuments in Dalmatia, St Jacob's Cathedral, built by the famed master builder Juraj Dalmatinac in the 15. century and then move on to the National park of river Krka and it's picturesque waterfalls cascading over 17 natural barriers. Relax in the pristine nature of Skradinski buk.
Explore Trogir, a UNESCO protected small town divided between the Island of Čiovo and the mainland, connected with two bridges. Inhabited since 2000 B.C. t as many archeological riches to explore. Accompanied by a licensed tourist guide you will visit St.Lawrence Cathedral with its famous portal, made by local master Radovan, City Loggia, Ćipiko palace and the Town Hall before moving on to the Krka National park where you will visit an ancient mill and unique ethnographic collection in the untouched nature, bathe in crystal clear water and stand under a waterfall, if you like that sort of thing.
One of the most beautiful natural locations in Croatia, Plitivce National park consists of 16 connected lakes that will take your breath away, as if you walked into a fairy tale. Magical part is that these lakes change colours from azure to green, grey or blue, depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight falling on them. Experience this miracle of natural creation first hand and revel in the peace you will find there.
According to a legend, Kornati, a dense cluster of 152 islands divided by a maze of sea passages, were created from a number of rocks God had left over after creating the world. He tossed them into the sea, looked at them, and decided nothing else needed to be corrected. It is one of recognizable landmarks of Croatian coast and a National Nature Park since 1980. and perfect for sailing, kayaking, diving and all kinds of peaceful nature loving.
First thing you will notice about the Split are the walls of the Roman Emperor Diocletian's summer palace, supposedly a beginning of this bustling port and seaside city. It's marble streets scattered with Roman ruins are on the UNESCO World Culture Heritage since 1979.
Start right at the heart of Diocletian’s Palace, visit St. Duje’s Cathedral, with its tall tower which provides fantastic view of the city then move on to Peristil, Bell tower, Jupiter’s Temple, statue of Gregory of Nin, The Golden Gate, Vestibul, Riva, Statue of Marko Marulic, City Clock, City Hall and then move on to Salona, ruins of an ancient pre-Christian town and an important archaeological site with preserved old city centre, walls and forts, necropolis, ruins of a monumental amphitheatre, thermal baths and many sanctuaries.
Merge two beautiful Mediterranean fort cities in one day of exploration with our guided tours to Split & Trogir, both UNESCO protected world heritage sites, both with rich history and amazing tales to tell.
Explore the marble streets of UNESCO World Heritage site Split in all of it's glorious historical sites and interesting churches, then escape to the pristine nature of Radmanove Mlinice (Radman's mills to you) where you can relax and nibble on some of the trout living in Cetina, then move downstream to Omiš, a famous pirate town.
Explore the marble streets of UNESCO World Heritage site Split in all of it's glorious historical sites and interesting churches, then escape to the wondrous ruins of ancient town of Salona, with it's monumental amphitheatre, walls, forts and necropolis before climbing to the medieval fortress of Klis, seat of many Croatian kings and a frontier town in the wars against the Ottoman empire. Enjoy the view.
Starting in Split and exploring all of it's Old Town famous landmarks this tour takes you to the ancient ruins of Salona and then to Sinj, a town that grew out of an ancient fortress and a Franciscan monastery where a miraculous image of the Virgin Mary (Sinjska Gospa) that supposedly helped the city during the Ottoman invasion is held and where a knights tournament called Sinjska Alka, established in 1715, still happens every year.
Ancient ruins of an important Illyrian centre and the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, now an archaeological site holding impressive ruin of the 2nd-century amphitheatre, destroyed by the Venetians in the 17th century. Also interesting is the Manastirine, a burial place for early Christian martyrs which is part of an archaeological reserve. Once there, you can choose to visit Tusculum museum, before climbing to Klis, a climbing to the medieval fortress and a seat of many Croatian kings in the wars against the Ottoman empire.
If you love the past, ruins of Salona are a perfect location for a day out, where you can visit an impressive ruin of the 2nd-century amphitheatre, destroyed by the Venetians in the 17th century and a a burial place for early Christian martyrs before moving to Omiš, an ancient pirate town in the canyon of river Cetina, famed for it's sandy beaches and overshadowed by a 13th century pirate fortress Mirabella.
Once an important Illyrian centre and the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia, ruins of Salona are only 6 km away from Split. Yes, that close. Spend a few hours walking around the ancient ruins and experience history first hand before moving to one of the most beautiful fortress towns in Croatia, Trogir. Starting life as a Greek colony and often changing hands thru the course of history, narrow cobbled streets of Trogir offer many photo opportunities and cozy cafes. Did we mention it is a part of UNESCO world heritage, like Dubrovnik? Yup.
After a day of walking among the walls of Trogir you will visit famous Blue Lagoon on Drvenik island, whose beauty is reminiscent of a tropical oasis. Formed by two islands, Veli i Mali Krknjaš it is a perfect place to spend a glorious relaxing day of your holiday in Croatia.
Warm and tame, Adriatic sea is best enjoyed from the surface of that same sea, so we offer you two kayak tours starting from Split harbour, to break a sweat and change the perspective of the beauty of Croatian coast.
Best way to tell your friend or boss that you hate the idea of going to paintball is by actually shooting him in the back if you play on his team. If you love hide and seek, paintball just ads a touch of adrenaline and a lot of fun to the idea of running around with guns. Paint the town red.
Raft down a gorgeous canyon of river Cetina, carved in stone and sprinkled with numerous waterfalls, caves, beautiful water cascades and clear mountian water springs. Relax in the peaceful nature, refresh in the emerald waters and finish your adventure in the restaurant serving Cetina trout.
Travel by ferry to the island of Brač, then cycle around it, exploring the charming island towns of Splitska, Pučišća, and Postira, where you can visit a famous quarry from which the stone to build the White house was cut , then return to Split the next day.
After a hearty breakfast of dried figs, almonds and home-made brandy, enjoy a day on the boat travelling to neighbouring islands of Brač or Šolta where you will visit a fishermen village and then retire to a secluded cove for sunbathing, swimming and relaxing before dinner.
Travel to the island of Šolta where you will meet one of the local olive farmers, learn about indigenous types of olives and enjoy a delicious lunch combining various and flavoured oils with different courses, accompanied with Dobričić wines. Of course, plenty of time is left for relaxation and swimming on the nearby Rogač beach.
If you ever wondered where does olive oil come from and how it is produced, this might be a fun outing for you and your gang. We take you to the island of Šolta and leave you with master olive producer, who will show you how to pick olives and tell you all you ever wanted to now about them. After an honest day of work in the olive groves, you wil share the table with locals, trade stories and of course, take some of the olive oil home. Yes, made out of the ones you picked. Or close enough :)
Dubrovnik and it's walled Old Town is one of the most visited and photographed destinations in all Europe. In the Middle Ages, it was known as the Republic of Ragusa, maritime state so powerful it rivaled even Venice. Like Diocletian's Palace in Split, Dubrovnik is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Famed for its wonderful Renaissance architecture, red tile roofs and its 2 km long walls that successfully resisted the attacks of different enemies for centuries, Dubrovnik is a must-see Croatian experience.. Explore the Old Town's central pedestrian way, the Stradun; the Franciscan Monastery ( with one of the oldest pharmacies in the world), the splendid Rector's Palace the Lovrjenac Fortress and the many squares and churches of this wondrous city.
Named after a great bridge crossing the river with a single span built by great architect Mimar Hajrudin in 1565. Mostar is a wondrous old town divided to the Muslim quarter and with a strong Turkish influence where, countless winding backstreets and mosques etc. dominate the townscape, and a modern, Western, Croatian quarter is much more modern. Some magnificent buildings, such as the Gymnasium and City Baths, remains from Austro-Hungarian times, add to the grandeur. Next stop is a pilgrimage site of Međugorje, made famous by of six young people who claim to have seen visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1981. An important place of pilgrimage and encouragement for faith and spiritual life for millions of people and thousands prayer groups. Be wary, as August weekends tend to be crowded due to the religious holiday of Virgin Mary.
If you ever wondered what a dinner fit for a Roman emperor would be like, wonder no more and come to dinner at Diocletian's house where original ancient roman recipes will be prepared, followed by a presentation of the history of the Diocletian's life, the palace and customs of that time and a musical program.
If you hate walking in groups or being rushed by guides, this is an excellent way to explore Split, top to bottom. You buy a ticket and then use the bus and once you have taken all the pictures and enjoyed all of the sites as much as you like, you get back on the bus and move on to the next location. Fun way to pass the day, once you get tired of the beach. You might even learn something that will make you love Split the way we do.
On this tour you can see the places that ordinary tours would never show you. It starts from the Promenade and includes panoramic drive along the sandy beach Bacvice, sports facilities built for the Mediterranean Olympic Games (and museums. The drive continues along the slopes of hill Marjan. After the bus tour you go on a walking tour in Diocletian palace, one of the most significant original structures of the late ancient architecture and a UNESCO world heritage site.
The archaeological site of Salona is one of the richest Roman sites in Croatia. In the ancient times, it was the capital city of the Roman province Dalmatia, situated on the crossroads of sea and land routes of the ancient Mediterranean. On this sight you can feel the Roman and early Christian spirit that takes you back in the past: Basilica Urbana, its baptistery, Theatre, Forum and the old Christian cemetery, Manastirine, one of the three Roman amphitheatres on the east Adriatic coast. fter sightseeing of Salona we proceed to medievil fortress of Klis and the tour finishes on Gospin Otok-lovely meadow next to river Jadro, on which stands the Church of Our Lady of the Island, where Pope John Paul II visited Solin On 4 October 1998.
You can try diving accompanied by an instructor and go to the maximum depth of five meters, or if you are an experienced diver, explore a sunken fishermen boat of the coast oh Šolta, some underwater caves and beautiful coral filled walls.
Join us on a boat excursion to the most famous Croatian beach Golden horn, in Bol on the island Brač. While you enjoy fresh sea breeze and amazing view of the islands we will serve you with a breakfast and some snacks and once we arrive you can windsurf, dive or choose another watersport to your liking.
You will set sail from Split towards the peaceful fishermen village of Maslinica, on island of Šolta. Founded by Venetian noble family Marchi whose castle still overlooks the cove, it is a memory of the days long gone. After lunch you will progress to the famous Blue Lagoon on Drvenik island, whose beauty is reminiscent of a tropical oasis. Formed by two islands, Veli i Mali Krknjaš it is a perfect place to spend a glorious relaxing day of your holiday in Croatia.