We offer full-day and half-day trips. Visit the famous tourist destinations in our surroundings - Dubrovnik, Ston, Korcula, National Park Mljet, Mostar and Medjugorje, National Park Krka, Kotor.
Specialty Trips are available: Peljesac Wine Tour, the best way to explore the wine empire of the Peljesac peninsula and taste the best Croatian wine Dingač.
Individual, family or groups, all according to your wishes.
We provide guides, food, tasting of local products: wine, brandy, liqueurs, olive oil, ham, cheese, oysters, mussels, dried figs ...
Dubrovnik is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, in the region of Dalmatia. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World heritage Sites. This astonishing city of stone is surrounded with 1,940 m long stone walls. The beautiful palaces, old monasteries and churches, old libraries, treasuries, as well as stone-paved streets and squares are just a part of what you can see and experience from the rich past of the town. A small city and onetime state, Dubrovnik has always been cultural metropolis. The prosperity of the city of Dubrovnik was historically based on maritime trade. Between the 14th century and 1808, Dubrovnik ruled itself as a free state. The Republic reached its peak in the 15th and 16th centuries.
The annual Dubrovnik Summer Festival is a 45 day-long cultural event with live plays, concerts, and games. It has been awarded a Gold International Trophy for Quality (2007) by the Editorial Office in collaboration with the Trade Leaders Club. Dubrovnik is also currently being used to represent the city of King's Landing and other locations from the Game of Thrones.
Korčula island is the home of the world famous historical figure, Marco Polo.
It is the second most populated island in Croatia, first settled in 12th century. It was a Greek colony called Korkyra, and later in history a Roman colony Corcyra. Surrounded by city walls, Korčula had a strategic position in history, and today looks like a fort-town.
With many historical and cultural monuments it's definitely a nice place to visit. We will transfer you to Orebić, which is on Pelješac peninsula, and then go by boat to the center of old town Korčula.
Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and it is on UNESCO's list of protected and significant monuments in the world.
The Mostar Old Bridge is the most famous cultural monument in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was destroyed during the war (1990s) and later reconstructed. Mostar was under the Ottoman influence during history so you can see monuments from that era.
There are many attractions to see in Mostar besides The Old Bridge, such as watching the professionals jump from the old bridge into the very cold, not so deep Neretva river, or visiting the two sides of Mostar which is divided by the River Neretva.
One side is catholic and the other Muslim, giving a one of a kind situation and architecture in the world. In Mostar you can try the best authentic Bosnian cuisine. Near Mostar is a small historical town Počitelj which is also on UNESCO's list of protected and significant monuments in the world. It was founded in 15-th century and was under Ottoman empire for a long time.
Blagaj is also a historical place you can see on this route, this fort on the river Neretva was built in 14th century. On this route you can visit Kravice waterfalls situated around 20 km from Mostar, with spectacular colors and nature.
From the beginning of apparitions of the Virgin Mary in June 1981, Medjugorje (in Bosnia and Herzegovina) became an important place of pilgrimage and encouragement for faith and spiritual life for millions of people and thousands of prayer groups.
Many people experienced God's grace and presence in their hearts on this place and often receive motivation to lead a better, more valuable life. A life with love and opened heart for God and people, life of prayer and communion with God.
Many who came to Medjugorje decided that their actions will bear witness to God's presence and make the world a better place. Also, on this trip it’s possible to stop in Ston on your way to or back from Medjugorje.
Town of Ston is situated on the narrow isthmus connecting Peljesac peninsula with the mainland.
This little town is often called a smaller copy of Dubrovnik. The magnificent walls surrounding the town are 5 km long. The construction started in 1317 and it took almost 2 centuries to complete one of the longest defensive walls in the world.
The ancient salt pans that were in use during the Dubrovnik Republic are another interesting site along the way. However, when you mention Ston in Croatia people usually think of oyster farms that are all around the area.