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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 the waterfall-splashed landscape of Skradinski Buk. There's also a visit to Stella Croatica, famous for its handmade goods.Krka National Park is a place of thundering waterfalls, lakes and riverside walks. But before arriving, you'll visit Stella Croatica - where you'll be able to taste some local handmade delicacies. Once at the park, you'll have the day to stroll along the wooden waterside walkways, and you'll also have the opportunity to learn about local traditions and visit a historic water mill.But the park's crowning glory is Skradinski Buk – a huge natural pool with 17 cascading waterfalls bursting through the trees. You'll also be able to spot nightingales, herons, falcons, owls and more with a bit of luck. Here, you'll have time for some lunch.
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Ride you kayak surrounded by a beautiful nature, soak in stunning views of Split from a different perspective, and have fun with knowledgeable guides.
Book this tour to Blue Cave and Hvar from Split. Visit the Monk Seal cave and the city of Hvar.
Discover Europe's largest travertine cascades-Krka waterfalls during this day tour from Split. Spend a day in nature, don't worry about the transport!
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.
Book a private day trip to Krka National Park with transportation from Split. See the stunning waterfalls, taste 10 wines from the region and enjoy the local food.
Book a full-day private farm-to-table culinary experience with transportation from Split. See the Koćuša Waterfalls, take a boat ride on the Trebižat river and enjoy a lunch of local products.
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.
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.
Book a private day trip to Mostar and see Cetina Canyon, with transportation included. See the Žitomislić Monastery and walk through Old Town. Enjoy a homemade lunch with wine tasting.
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.
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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