Take a bike tour in pituresque Konavle region, just half an hour driving from Dubrovnik, it is the best way to see, explore and taste countryside life. You will ride accompained by local guide at a relaxed pace, stops are make every few kilometers on each place of interest.
Explore scenic Dubrovnik countryside and mountain region of the highest peak in southern Croatia. Mount Snjeznica is beautiful mountain above the Adriatic coast and Konavle valley, just 45 min driving from Dubrovnik and after 2.5h hiking you will enjoy in spectacular views to Croatian coast, islands and two other countries: Montenegro & Bosnia and Herzegovina.
If during your stay in Dubrovnik you plan to enjoy in best views to the Dubrovnik old town and surrounding area, visit beautiful hills and villages of Dubrovnik countryside, there is simply no better - or more scenic - way to get there! This tour has it all, combining soft down hill biking with some challenging parts, history and sightseeing.
Discover unreachable caves and hidden beaches by paddling near impressive sea rocks. Experience the cultural-historical sights from a new perspective. Touch the untouched nature in this unique way and raise your holiday experience to a new level. These trips are offering relaxation and swimming at the most attractive locations of Dubrovnik.
This walking tour takes you to hills above Dubrovnik, walking path actually follows the old Dubrovnik waters supply system, it is a system of the water channels covered by stone slabs. Built in the 15th century, aqueduct was most important way how to supply Dubrovnik with fresh water from the spring in village Sumet above town.
This tour will reveal a hidden natural beauties of one of the most beautiful islands in Dubrovnik archipelago. The island belongs to the group of islands known as Elaphiti and is the 2nd larger inhabited island. It represents a true Adriatic summer feel, full of Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation, amazing cypress and pine parks and citrus gardens which form the landscape of this magnificent island. It is no wonder then that in the time of the Republic of Dubrovnik this island was a preferred spot of the patrician families to build summer residences.
Feel the traditional cusine and way of life in scenic countryside of Dubrovnik known as Konavle area.
This tour will reveal the finest sites of the Old City of Dubrovnik in combination of historical facts of this UNESCO gem and traditional way of life.
This tour takes you to Pelješac peninsula a worldwide famous are of the red wines and oysters, this area is famous by longest European city walls and old salt works. The tour drives you along the coast to town Ston after a short walking tour through the narrow streets of town Ston you will continue the road between stone vineyards to village Ponikve where we visit local wine producer...
Dubrovnik Old town and panorama tour is must see tour for all visitors who whish to explore part of this Mediterranean gem. This tour will reveal the finest sites of the old walled City as well as give an opportunity to view it from above at the spectacular panoramic spot.
The medieval walled town of Korcula is considered the birth place of Marco Polo, It provides as many historical landmarks as Dubrovnik. Korcula town is the historical centre of the one of the greenest Croatian island, rich in cultural heritage and tradition of maritime and shipbuilding, Korcula town is placed of UNESCO tenative list.
Konavle is the most southern Croatian region, area was in possession of the Dubrovnik Republic since the first half of 15th century, when it was bought from Bosnian dignitaries in 1419 and 1426. As such it is a part of Croatia. Konavle region is very old, available historical traces are telling about the life in this region even from Paleolithic and Neolithic times (over four thousand years before Common Era). We can track the concrete course of the history in Konavle from the fifth and fourth century before Common Era on, when this area was populated by the Illyrian tribes of the Plereians and the Ardians, while the Romans submitted the Illyrians in the second century before Common Era.
Mostar is the most beautiful town in Bosnia and Herzegovina: the Old Bridge Area and Mostar's old town were proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mostar is a bilingual town, place where the east meets west, divided by the Neretva River. This historic town, spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River, developed in the 15th and 16th century as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Počitelj is the oriental-style town, Pocitelj is located about half an hour's drive from Mostar, less than 30km south on the M-17 road towards the Adriatic. This unique settlement, listed as a UNESCO heritage site and recent reconstruction has returned the town to its original form. Besides its stunning oriental architecture and Ottoman feel, Pocitelj hosts the longest operating art colony in southeast Europe.
Montenegro offers natural beauty combined with history in less than one hour's drive from Dubrovnik. The drive around the Bay of Kotor with its small picturesque villages along the way will uncover beautiful landscapes that will leave you astonished.
Boka Kotorska region is under protection of UNESCO, due to its very rich Croatian cultural heritage. The region around the town of Kotor is situated in probably the most beautiful fjord in Europe. In 1979 there was an earthquake that destroyed or seriously damaged numerous cultural monuments.
See the 3 countries in one day on your Balkan day trip from Dubrovnik. Traveling by coach and expert guide you will visit oriental towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Počitelj and Mostar, after that we continue drive along the valley of Popovo Polje and town Trebinje to mountain region of Montenegro and triangle of 3 countries. From there we continue down by the mountain road to the caostal area of Montenegro where we explore bay of Boka and town Kotor.