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Krka National Park and Waterfalls Tour
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Krka National Park and Waterfalls Tour

Experience the ultimate in natural beauty at Krka National Park, one of Croatia's wildest natural treasures. You'll get a chance to breathe in the freshest of airs and explore the waterfall-splashed landscape of Skradinski Buk. There's also a visit to Stella Croatica, famous for its handmade goods. Peter, one of our local guides, says, 'Krka National Park isn't just a nature-lover's haven, but also a place of historical and cultural importance. Within the park, you'll find several old fortresses, remnants of ancient Roman settlements, and medieval monasteries'.You'll begin your adventure with a visit to Stella Croatica, where you can indulge in some local, handmade delicacies and taste local flavours. And as you arrive into Krka National Park, prepare to be immersed into a day of exploration. Scenic wooden walkways weave through a breathtaking landscape dotted with waterfalls and tranquil lakes, offering stunning views and photo opportunities along the way. You'll also have the opportunity to learn about local traditions and visit a historic water mill.But the highlight of your visit is sure to be Skradinski Buk – a spectacular natural pool framed by 17 cascading waterfalls, creating a dramatic and photogenic backdrop. This area is not only a feast for the eyes but also a vital habitat for diverse wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for the park's varied birdlife, including nightingales, herons, falcons, and owls, which add to the park's natural allure. You'll have some free time here to explore and also grab a bite to eat.

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Trogir and Split
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Trogir and Split

Sitting at opposite ends of the Gulf of Kastela, Split and Trogir offer two contrasting visions of the past. Split is a bustling city built around a Roman emperor's palace while Trogir is a medieval town set upon an islet.

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Trogir and Split
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Trogir and Split

Sitting at opposite ends of the Gulf of Kastela, Split and Trogir offer two contrasting visions of the past. Split is a bustling city built around a Roman emperor's palace while Trogir is a medieval town set upon an islet.

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Krka National Park and Waterfalls Tour
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Krka National Park and Waterfalls Tour

Experience the ultimate in natural beauty at Krka National Park, one of Croatia's wildest natural treasures. You'll get a chance to breathe in the freshest of airs and explore the waterfall-splashed landscape of Skradinski Buk. There's also a visit to Stella Croatica, famous for its handmade goods. Peter, one of our local guides, says, 'Krka National Park isn't just a nature-lover's haven, but also a place of historical and cultural importance. Within the park, you'll find several old fortresses, remnants of ancient Roman settlements, and medieval monasteries'.You'll begin your adventure with a visit to Stella Croatica, where you can indulge in some local, handmade delicacies and taste local flavours. And as you arrive into Krka National Park, prepare to be immersed into a day of exploration. Scenic wooden walkways weave through a breathtaking landscape dotted with waterfalls and tranquil lakes, offering stunning views and photo opportunities along the way. You'll also have the opportunity to learn about local traditions and visit a historic water mill.But the highlight of your visit is sure to be Skradinski Buk – a spectacular natural pool framed by 17 cascading waterfalls, creating a dramatic and photogenic backdrop. This area is not only a feast for the eyes but also a vital habitat for diverse wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for the park's varied birdlife, including nightingales, herons, falcons, and owls, which add to the park's natural allure. You'll have some free time here to explore and also grab a bite to eat.

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Dubrovnik Tour
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Dubrovnik Tour

Exploring Dubrovnik is like uncovering a treasure trove of historical masterpieces. And on this tour, you'll discover the Renaissance architecture, ancient palaces and historic churches that have earned Dubrovnik the nickname of ‘Pearl of the Adriatic'.

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Morning shuttle bus to Makarska
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Morning shuttle bus to Makarska

A horseshoe-shaped bay on the Adriatic coast, Makarska makes a great daytrip destination. Take advantage of this hassle-free half-day transport option and visit this classy Croatian town. Spend the morning exploring medieval churches, shopping for souvenirs in stylish boutiques, or sitting in bars and restaurants on the palm-fringed promenade. The choice is yours.

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Shuttle Bus to Makarska
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Shuttle Bus to Makarska

Croatia comes alive at night, and there are few better places to enjoy an evening on the Adriatic coast than Makarska. Take advantage of our hassle-free transport option to explore this Dalmatian beauty after dark. Spend your time here shopping for souvenirs in stylish boutiques or dipping into restaurants and classy cocktail bars on the palm-fringed promenade.

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Mostar
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Mostar

East meets west in Mostar – a city where minarets and church spires rise above ancient stone houses. You'll cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, and discover sights such as the world-famous Stari Most bridge and the bazaar.

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Omiš and River Cetina Tour
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Omiš and River Cetina Tour

If you're in search of postcard-perfect sights and typical Croatian food, then this tour is just for you. You'll journey along the coast from Split, through the mountains and on to the coastal town of Omis. There'll also be a boat trip up River Cetina, where lunch awaits at a local restaurant.We'll set off in pursuit of stunning Dalmatian scenery along Makarska Riviera, gradually winding our way over the mountains to Omis. Hop on a boat to cruise your up the River Cetina, watching it carve through the deep gorge as it winds from the highlands down towards the teal-tinted sea.We'll disembark for a tasty lunch at a local restaurant, followed by some free time to relax by the river. After the cruise back downstream, it's time to explore Omis and its colourful history. You'll finish the day wandering the churches, fortresses and narrow streets – once walked by the notorious Omis pirates.

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Krka National Park Tour from Brač
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Krka National Park Tour from Brač

The great outdoors don't come any greater than Krka National Park, one of Croatia's wildest natural treasures. You'll get a chance to breathe in the freshest of airs and explore vegetation-rich and waterfall-splashed landscapes.Krka National Park is a place of thundering waterfalls, lakes and riverside walks. After a brief introduction, you'll have the day to stroll along the wooden waterside walkways. But the park's crowning glory is Skradinski Buk – a huge natural pool with 17 cascading waterfalls bursting through the trees.Stop here for a snack at a local restaurant. You can also go wildlife spotting as nightingales, herons, falcons and owls are all regulars here. Plus, watch out for fish in the see-through waters of the Krka River.

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Biokovo 4x4 Tour
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Biokovo 4x4 Tour

Looming large over Makarska, the Biokovo mountain range is a sight to behold – and explore. You'll venture into Biokovo Nature Park on this full-day 4x4 tour, which brings you close to nature without the need for hiking long distances. You'll journey to the skywalk to step out onto the glass walkway to experience the sweeping views.Buckle up and enjoy a scenic 4x4 journey up above the Adriatic coast into the Biokovo mountain range. Along the way, your adventure will reach new heights with a visit to the awe-inspiring Skywalk, situated at 1228 metres above sea level. Step onto the curved structure with glass walkway and prepare for dazzling views of the Makarska Riviera, and several islands.The beauty of travelling by 4x4 is that you can conquer the longest and highest asphalt road in Croatia with ease, it's a panoramic ride with the Biokovo mountain range as a backdrop. Weather permitting we'll continue further into Biokovo to stop at St. George's peak, standing tall at 1762 metres above sea level.

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Biokovo Nature Park Tour
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Biokovo Nature Park Tour

Standing tall over Makarska, the Biokovo mountain range is a sight to behold – and explore. You'll venture into Biokovo Nature Park on this half-day panoramic tour, which brings you close to nature without the need for hiking long distances. The highlight of your journey will be a visit to the skywalk where you can step out onto the glass walkway to experience the sweeping views.You'll drive through Biokovo Nature Park, a haven for endemic flora and fauna as well as a great viewpoint. We'll take a break at 800 metres above sea level for a photo stop, with your guide to point out the distant islands and landmarks. Next up, it's the awe-inspiring Skywalk, situated at 1228 metres above sea level. Step onto the curved structure with glass walkway and prepare for more dazzling views of the Makarska Riviera, and several islands.After the thrill of the Skywalk, we'll take a calming short walk surrounded by nature. This leads to a picnic spot where you'll be offered a hot drink and a piece of cake before setting off back down the mountain through the Nature Park.

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Things to do in Split

Being the second largest city in Croatia, Split is no less bustling and lively. Its central position, facing the Adriatic sea, makes it the perfect spot to start from to explore the surrounding area, includng the charming islands. But Split is also a delightful destination to visit on its own, with its mixture of styles from Roman ruins to Byzantine arches, from Venetian boardwalks to African influences.Arriving by ferry, the city will certainly make an impression on you with the stunning view of the coastal mountains against the sparkling sea. The Diocletian's Palace is its most recognizable landmark, a majestic Roman Palace and Unesco World Heritage Site. You will be surprised to discover that the look of the Palace is the one of a labirinth of narrow streets packed with restaurants, shops and bars rather than a mansion filled with ancient artifacts.
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