Days of tour:4
Participants:2 — 40
Tour "Zadar". Perfectly situated for exploring the Dalmatian region, Zadar is home to Roman ruins, medieval churches and cosmopolitain cafes. Whether you spend your down time in Zadar or just outside it, you won’t be short of beautiful landscapes to explore. During this trip you will enjoy:
Welcome Dinner at Degarra Winery. Set the tone for your MICE program with a delicious dinner in the sleek surroundings of Degarra Winery, a former military barracks. Guests will enjoy delicious local produce as well as the winery’s fabulous tipple.
Zadar Walking Tour. Discover the Medieval treasures of Zadar during this memorable guided stroll through the city’s Old Town. The city walls of Zadar attest to its long history of warding off would-be conquerors and rulers, including the Venetians and the Turks.
Antique Glass Museum – Visit & glassmaking the workshop. The museum contains one of the premium collections of Roman glassware outside Italy, with a cornucopia of goblets, jars, and vials retrieved from archaeological sites across Dalmatia. Highlights include the delicate vessels used by Roman ladies to store perfumes, skin creams and essential oils.
Kornati Island Sailing Experience. Set sail through Zadar channel, the Mali Zdrelas passage towards Sabusa beach. Here you will have time to enjoy the crystal clear Adriatic Sea before continuing on to Kukljica, a small village on the island of Ugljan. As you sail toward the island of Osljak, lunch will be served on board the sailing boat.
Krka National Park Tour. Experience the pristine natural beauty of Croatia during this scenic, half-day excursion to Krka National Park. Proclaimed a national park in 1985, the area has 17 travertine waterfalls along the Krka River and drops a total of 794 feet from its start in the Dinaric Mountains.
Traditional Lunch with Surprise Element. Guests will arrive at the House of dalmatian Prosciutto for what they believe is a simple three-course lunch when in actual fact, they will arrive at a Croatian wedding ceremony complete with folklore singing and dancing, ‘bride and groom’ and all the wonderful cultural traditions associated with a wedding in this part of Dalmatia.
Farewell Dinner at Kravljevski Vinogradi. In the year 1066, the Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV. donated vineyards to the newly established Benedictine monastery of St.Mary in Zadar. To this day the vineyard produces wines and warmly welcomes visitors to its grounds. These historic vineyards make the perfect rustic backdrop for your farewell dinner of delicious Dalmatian cuisine.
The Story of Wine & Salt. Meet hundreds of years of history by seeing the best of what the land and sea have to offer. Round off the entire experience with strolling the streets of historic Zadar and viewing one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast.
• Kraljevski Vinogradi wine tasting & snack;
• Nin Old Town;
• Nin Saltworks.
Wine Pairing at Bibich Winery. Start the tour with a stop in the romantic Mediterranean town of Skradin followed by a drive to Bibich family winery where some of the most celebrated Croatian wines are produced.
• Krka River;
• Picturesque Town of Skradin;
• Wine Pairing at Bibich Winery.
Lace, White Gold of Pag Island & Cheese Tasting. Discover the white and yellow gold of Pag Island - Pag lace and Paski Sir cheese. Visit a collection of of lace which has been conserved for more than 150 years and a local cheese factory which produces the award-winning Pag cheese.
• The Gallery of Pag Lace;
• Kolan village.
Dalmatian Origins & Sibenik Guided Tour. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of St Jacob’s cathedral and intriguing streets of Sibenik with an experienced tour guide.
• Town of Sibenik;
• UNESCO World Heritage Site – Cathedral of St Jacob;
• Stankovci Village & House of Dalmatian Prosciutto;
• Welcome drink and snack.
Sailing Adventure – Zadar Archipelago. A scenic sail through Zadar channel, Mali Zdrelac passage toward Sabusa beach. Here you will have time to enjoy the crystal clear Adriatic Sea.
• Sabusa beach;
• Kukljica village;
• Osjak Island;
• Preko Village;
• Cold dishes served on board.
Hiking in Paklenica National Park. Declared a national park in 1949, Paklenica spans approximately 37 square miles and is highlighted by a legendary peak, Anica Kuk, on its 1,312-foot face. Its summit offers spectacular vistas of the coast, sea, Paklenica and the peaks of Velebit Mountain.
• Paklenica’s Karst River Canyon;
• Anica Luka;
• Refreshment break with panoramic views.