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Wine Tour Croatia

Per Person  78,000
7Days 6Nights
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Wine Tour Croatia

NOTES:Please have in mind that hotel accommodation is on a request so we would have to check the availability for every of these hotels depending on exact dates that your clients would require.

During the year train ride through Konavle vineyards is available on Tuesday and Saturday, and during the high season is also available on Friday.

On day 4 (HD excursion to Mosor) it is necessary to bring footwear such as joggers or hiking shoes, a hat, sun cream, water.

What’s included

  • 2 BB in Agrotourism Duvancic*, Razvode, Šibenik
  • 2 BB in hotel Tragos 3*, Trogir
  • 2 BB in hotel Konavle 3*, Konavle
  • Tourist taxes
  • Private transfers according to the itinerary
  • Guided sightseeing of Šibenik with local English speaking guide
  • Guided sightseeing of Split with local English speaking guide
  • Guided sightseeing of Dubrovnik with local English speaking guide
  • Entrance fee for National Park Paklenica (day 2)
  • Wine tasting at local winery + lunch (day 2)
  • Wine tasting at local winery + lunch, Kastel Kambelovac (day 3)
  • HD excursion to Mosor + lunch (day 4)
  • Wine tasting at local winery, Peljesac peninsula (day 5)
  • Entrance fee for city walls, Ston (day 5)
  • Oyster tasting in Ston (day 5)
  • Presentation of silk production (day 6)
  • Lunch at agro tourism, Konavle (day 6)
  • Entrance fee for tourist train ride through Konavle vineyards (day 6)

What’s Not Included

  • International air tickets
  • Domestic air tickets
  • Airport taxes
  • Overseas medical insurance.
  • Croatia visa charges.
  • Drinks during meals, Porterages, tips
  • Any items of personal nature such as laundry, shopping, telephone bill etc.
  • Taxes as applicable to Govt. of India
  • Cost of foreign exchange for personal use
  • Any items or services not specified in the itinerary ‘What’s Included’ head

Daily Trip Plan

Day 1: Arrival Split – Razvodje

Meeting with our tour leader at the airport in Split, and transfer to village Razvodje, to the agro
tourism Duvancic where the guests will have an opportunity to enjoy the unique overnight in
wine barrels.

Day 2: Razvodje – NP Paklenica – Benkovac – Razvodje

After the breakfast heading to National park Paklenica. NP Paklenica is one of eight national
parks in Croatia. The Park is well known for its numerous geological highlights, and contains a wide range of plant
and animal species. Amongst the wildlife in the park are various types of birds (including falcons, eagles and owls); deer; bears; foxes; wild cats; and lynx. The park is very suitable for hiking, and it has trails of different difficulty and length. After visit to NP Paklenica, heading to one of the local wineries to taste the best local wine from awarded winery and to have a lunch.Overnight in Razvodje.

Day 3: Razvodje – Sibenik – Split – Trogir

Breakfast is followed by visit to Sibenik. Sightseeing of Sibenik – a town located in the area of middle Dalmatia. It distinguishes by landscape beauty and rich cultural-historical monuments. Its most famous cultural-historical monument is St. Jacob Cathedral – most significant architectonic monument of renaissance in Croatia. Heading south, wine tasting at one of the local Dalmatian wineries accompanied by lunch. After the lunch transfer to Split
and sightseeing.

Split is a 1700 years old city in coastal Croatia foundedby Roman emperor Diocletian. Some of its highlights are amazingly well preserved Diocletian’s Palace -a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, Roman heritage remains, Renaissance and Gothic structures, Jupiter’s Temple, the Peristyle and the Cathedral. Overnight in Trogir.

Day 4: Trogir – Mosor – Trogir

After the breakfast at the hotel, heading to Split. Half day hiking to Mosor that begins and ends in a little
place called Sitno Gornje. The participants climb about 300 meters above sea level to the mountain lodge on Mosor. The lodge is located 868 meters above sea level. The lodge provides a wonderful view of all the Dalmatian islands and the city of Split. Lunch. Transfer back to Trogir. Overnight.

Day 5: Trogir – Peljesac peninsula – Ston – Dubrovnik – Konavle

After breakfast, continue to peninsula Peljesac, containing rocky, barren hills. The soil is generally poor but the generous sunshine is perfect for cultivating grapes. As a result, Peljesac wine is renowned throughout Croatia and is considered by many to be the country’s finest wine. Wine tasting in local winery. Visit to Ston – medieval small town with the longest stone wall in Europe (5,5 km), with narrow quiet streets, noble ancient houses and traces of ancient cultures. Sightseeing of the city walls. Ston has also been well-known for its mussel and oysters-growing farm since Roman times. Oyster tasting and free time for optional lunch.

Continuing to Dubrovnik – the pearl of Adriatic; sightseeing of Dubrovnik and its attractive historic town center surrounded by thick walls with bastions, towers and castles. Visit the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage. Overnight in Konavle (20 min drive from Dubrovnik).

Day 6: Konavle – Dubrovnik – Konavle

After breakfast presentation of silk production with degustation of traditional schnapps and sweets in Gruda, small village in region of Konavle. Production of silk has a centuries-old tradition in Konavle. The unique embroideries and beautiful traditional costumes are made of silk. During the war in Croatia this tradition was stopped, and in mid-90’s the precious craft was restored. Lunch at agrotourism in Konavle. After lunch panorama ride in tourist train through Konavle vineyards, known for production of quality and autochthonous wines.

Day 7: Dubrovnik, departure

Transfer from hotel to Dubrovnik airport, departure.