1. Excursion to Trogir and Split
Visiting the UNESCO town of Trogir (Cathedral with its famous portal by the historic local artist Radovan, City Loggia from the 15th Century, Ćipiko Palace, Town Hall, Benedictine monastery from the year 1064.)
Ship –tour to Split
UNESCO town of Split (walk through the 4th Century Diocletian´s Palace to visit its ancient Cellars, Peristyle, Roman temples, Cathedrals and Baptistry and then the famous Golden Gate; free time for individual exploring)
fishing is the way Dalmatians fishermen have been living for centuries. Throw your drift net in the sea and wait for your catch, which will later become Your lunch. After fishing we will take you to the one of many, small, beautiful coves on the Islan of Šolta. Here you can rest in the sun and swim in the clear sea.)
3. Excursion to ancient Salona (Solin) and Klis
A walk to the entrance over the Manastirin, Tusculum, visiting the city walls, episcopal centre, basilica, thermae, baptistery, Porta Cesarea and the amphitheater.
Drive to the fortress of Klis – visiting the fortress, bulwarks, towers, armory, tank, the Church of St. Vid, Providure´s home, the top of the fortress with the beautiful view of Solin, Split, Kaštela, the islands.
Short coffe break.
The Vranjača cave – it has ben opened for visitors in 1929., visiting its fauna, stalactites, stalagmites and its colorful crystals.
5. Excursion to Skradin and the National park Krka
Arrival to Skradin, sightseeing of the town. Boat trip from Skradin to the National park Krka.
Sightseeing of the waterfalls, free time.
Visit to the Hawker´s centre.
6. Visit to a traditional olive plantation in the close vicinity of the town Trogir
The experience of picking up olives, manufacturing the olives, making a domestic olive oil which You can take with You home (against an additional fee).
7. Excursion to the place of pilgrimage of Međugorje and the town of Mostar
Drive to the famous place of pilgrimage of Međugorje, that has become one of the most renowned pilgrimage places throughout the Catholic word, attracting millions of visitors from all over the world and a walk to the Apparation Hill – where the Virgin Mary appeared to children in 1981 for the first time; free time
Furtheron a drive to the town of Mostar, that was an important trade centre during the Turkish rule. A guided tour will show us the town highlights (the Oriental part of the town with the old Bazaar, full of picturesque shops and work-shops, the Mosque and a typical Turkish house), then a walk along the legendary Turkish bridge from the 16th Century, from which the town was named.
8. Excursion to the city of Zadar and Nin
Bus drive to the city of Zadar where You will visit the famous church of St. Donatus (a monumental round building from the 9th century in pre-Romanesque style), the Cathedral of St. Anastasia (the largest cathedral in Dalmatia), the old Roman Forum, the roman palaces, its many old churches, the Citadel, the Land Gate, the unique sea organs.
Free time for shopping
Bus drive to the old croatian king´s town of Nin
Visit to the old and famous church of St. Križ (Cross) – also called the smallest cathedral in the world as well as to the Salt-pen and its museum where You can buy original salt that is made there
9. Excursion to the Mount of Kozjak – safari drive
Escape to the beauty and tranquility of Kozjak mountain on a personalized, small group tour from Split by four-wheel drive. Our driver/guide will pick you up from your Split hotel or port. After twenty minutes we will start to climb on off road mountain trails to the top of mountain Kozjak. During dirty road drive you will have opportunity to see local vegetation, have spectacular view on Kastela bay and island in front and many photo opportunities. After two hours drive we will arrive to family owned oil mill, where your host will introduce you to tradition, olive oil and its extraction process, after which you will be invited to taste there extra-virgin olive oil.
After tour you will have chance to taste home made local speciality – Peka. Peka is meat, potatoes and vegetables under a baking lid on a authentic fireplace and wood, classified as excellent Croatian cuisine. With peka there will be served fresh salad and local home made wine.
10. Excursion to the town of Omiš and Radmanove mlinice
The Omiš Riviera stretches for twenty kilometers (12 miles) along a coast of exceptional beauty, with many perfect pebble, sandy beaches, bays, steep cliffs and a crystal clear sea. The mood is caught in an inscription on the lintel of a Renaissance palace in Omiš: “GRATIAS AGO TIBI DOMINE QUIA FUI IN HOC MUNDO” (Thanks be to Thee o Lord, that I have lived on this Earth). The destinations of Radmanove Mlinice and the Gubavica waterfalls (Velika and Mala Gubavica) are also points of interest. Radmanove Mlinice, located five kilometers (3.1 miles) up to the canyon of Cetina River, is an excursion/picnic place famous for bread baked under an iron lid (peka) and for fresh trout that can be caught from the river.
11. Excursion to the island of Brač/Bol
Bol is most awarded and most popular holiday destination in Croatia. It is a small town on south side of the island Brac. Bol is most known for its Zlatni rat beach, which is constantly rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by its visitors and magazines alike. It is on top ten lists by Lonely Planet, LA Times, Daily Telegraph and many others.
Visit to the famous beach of Zlatni rat, the old dominican monastery, the dessert Blaca
Optional visit to the highest top of croatian islands Vidova gora (778 m)
12. Excursion through the island of Čiovo
A biketour/ quad to the Church of Gospa od Prezida – a small church built in stone; visit of the church and its surrounding
Furtheron we go to the cave Grota on Čiovo, nearby the camp site
13. Excursion to the National park of Paklenica in the Velebit mountains
The Paklenica karst river canyon is a national park in Croatia. It is located in Starigrad, northern Dalmatia, at the southern slopes of Velebit mountain, not far from Zadar. It has two canyons: Mala (Small) and Velika (Big) Paklenica. Today there is no water flowing throughout Mala Paklenica. Near the entrance into the Velika Paklenica there is an artificial basement/cave complex that had been built for Josip Broz Tito during the tension between Yugoslavia and the USSR in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
Hiking is the only way to really get to know Paklenica. The Park area contains 150–200 km of trails and paths, from those intended for tourists, leading from Velika Paklenica Canyon to Manita peć cave, Lugarnica forest cottage and the mountain hut, to those intended for mountaineers, leading to the highest peaks of Velebit. The trails in the Park are marked with boards and mountaineering signs.
14. Excursion to the National park of Kornati islands by boat
Kornati are one of the most beautiful archipelago of the mediterranean coast that includes about 150 uninhabited islands and bays for which George B. Shaw once wrote: “On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown His work and thus created Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath”. The excursion consists of a ship tour between the islands with a stop in one of the most beautiful bays of the archipelago. The Kornati islands are a paradise for those ones who like to enjoy the nature beauties and the crystal clear sea. The trip includes also lunch that includes wine and juices served on the boat or in some of the restaurants on the islands.Luch included
15. Excursion to the city of Imotski and Sinj
Imotski is located on the three-border point of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Dalmatia and is the centre of the border-land of Imotski. It lies on the fertile field of Imotski and has two important sightseeing areas, two pearls of nature, the Crveno i Modro jezero (Red and Blue lake). These lakes are a favourite excursion site for the tourists and local people wanting a holiday in the middle of nature. The Modro Jezero (Blue lake) Karstic lake is one of the most beautiful Croatian lakes, and can be approached by a set of steps and is a favourite bathing area during the summer. It often runs dry, and its bottom traditionally serves as a football pitch. Crveno jezero (Red Lake) is named after the red rocks at the edge of the lake. This karstic cave is 528 m high, and it is about 281m deep, which, according to some data, could be the deepest lake in the whole of Europe. Crveno jezero (Red lake) is difficult to access due to the steep cliffs that surround it.
The Topana Fortress, overlooking the town, was built in the 10th century and had an extraordinary strategic significance in the past. Being well-preserved and offering a magnificent view of the town and Blue Lake, it is very attractive to the visitors today. Inside the fortress, there is a votive church dedicated to Our Lady of Angels, the patron saint of Imotski. Several cultural and artistic events take place around the fortress walls in the summertime. Coming down the 92 stairs made of stone in the 18th century, you arrive at the Main square, named after the great Croatian poet Tin Ujeviæ, originating from Imotski, too.
Furtheron we go to Sinj, where we will visit the Horse centre Mustang – where we can visit the horses, if You like You can also take the ride with a horse in the surrounding
16. Excursion to the town of Šibenik and the Natural park Lake Vrana
Šibenik is the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast. It is also calles Krešimir´s town, since it was the residence of King Petar Krešimir IV, the most important ruler of the ancient Croatian state. Its narrow winding streets, stony houses, many staircases and the remains of the city walls give Šibenik that romantic Mediterranean atmosphere. The St. Jacobs´s Cathedral is the most famous building in Šibenik.
Lake Vrana (Croatian: Vransko jezero) in Dalmatia is the largest lake in Croatia. It is a designated nature park (park prirode), a kind of protected area in Croatia. The lake is in a karst valley filled with water and is a rare example cryptodepression. The dominant feature of the park is a special ornithological reserve, an almost untouched natural habitat of birds, a rare wetland systems, full of high biodiversity and an outstanding scientific and ecological value. The lake provides an ample amount of fish for fishing enthusiasts.
17. Visit to a dalmatian etno village
In the close vicinity of the town Trogir, resides an Etno Eco village Škopljanci that offers an authentic experience of Dalmatia as it once was. Here You will experience traditional Dlmatian cuisine, homemade products, Dalmatian song and a beautiful designed village with traditional small stone houses.
Only 4 km away from the 2000-years-old town of Trogir and 12 km from Split Airport, you will find the TROGIR DIVING CENTER in a beautiful cove. Equipped with state-of-the-art diving equipment, the Center is located in the small tourist resort of Okrug Gornji, right by the sea.
Rafting on the Cetina River is the most popular and most attended adventurous trip in Dalmatia. Rafting in the protected area of the river canyon attracts many tourists every summer. The quiet parts of the river and the second and third grade rapids enable a three-hour combination of adventure and relaxation in the amazing Cetina river canyon. Our journey through the crystal-green waters of the Cetina usually ends with a barbecue lunch on the banks of the river.
20. Zip line adventure in Omiš
Zipline is an adrenaline entertainment where guests descend through the canyon down the steel wire rope, secured with a belt. Adventure also includes training and a short walk in nature. Zipline is located 3 km from Omis, in the canyon of the Cetina River and consists of eight wires total length of 2100m. Depending on the size of the group, zipline gives you up to three hours of unforgettable fun and beautiful nature. Before the beginning, the group goes to the training ground and each guest receives equipment . There are two short wires, length 25m , where guides show you how to brake and act on cable. The next thing is a short walk to the first wire. During the walk, you can enjoy the beautiful, almost untouched nature and stunning views of the Cetina river canyon. One of the guide hooks you up at the beginning of each wire, while the other one waits for you at the end of each wire. That is the system to pass all eight wires. The finish point of a zipline tour is located 50m from the road, and there is our van waiting to take you back to Omis.