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Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

1. Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

The city of Dubrovnik is known for a lot of things: its UNESCO-worthy Old Town, the sprinkling of idyllic islands that surround the mainland, the ancient city walls that comprise King's Landing in the popular HBO show 'Game of Thrones'... However, one thing that Dubrovnik is not know for, and should be, is the incredible food and wine. Take a lovely guided tour of the city's World Heritage Site-listed Old Town, and visit four cozy restaurants nestled within for a taste of Dubrovnik's unique gastronomy. Walk down the beautiful cobblestone streets and alleyways of the Old Town, and pass by some of the city's major sights, including the Franziscan and Dominican monasteries, the palaces of Sponza and Rector, and the Baroque cathedral. Discover national culinary traditions through the years, and enjoy a tasting of various snacks accompanied by a glass of local wine. Finish the fun food adventure at a cute patisserie within the ancient walls of Old Town for a taste of traditional Croatian cake.

From Dubrovnik: Half-Day Wine Tasting and Cavtat City Tour

2. From Dubrovnik: Half-Day Wine Tasting and Cavtat City Tour

onavle is a small village place with nature untouched where you will meet the family who owns the winery and, you will have the opportunity to see Mediterranean vegetation and picturesque vineyards. Family in Winery Botaro has a long winemaking tradition, they have started it in 1540 and by today they are keeping its long tradition and customs. They will offer you 3 sorts of their awarded wines, Chardonnay as white wine, Zinfandel Rose, and Cabernet Sauvignon. Even though you see familiar sorts of wine, those wines have a unique local touch to them. Specifically, due to high-quality soil and an extreme passion for winemaking, their wines always left guests speechless! Along with wines, you will have a chance to try their homemade food, prosciutto, cheese, and olives. Before wine tasting, you will be introduced to homemade liquors combined with local sweets. Lastly, you will meet their lovely donkey and the family dog, Ben. After wine tasting, you will have time to experience one of the most beautiful small towns in Europe, Cavtat. According to statistics, they are listed as third when it comes to safety due to the coronavirus pandemic. Also, this small town becomes more and more popular each year due to its beauties. There you can try homemade ice cream or try local coffee. After the visit, you will return to your accommodation.

Dubrovnik: Sunset Dinner Cruise around the Old Town

3. Dubrovnik: Sunset Dinner Cruise around the Old Town

Take part in an authentic boat trip around Dubrovnik and Lokrum Island at magical sunset, and experience Dubrovnik City Walls by night! Start your cruise from the Old Town's Port, enjoying traditional local snacks and appetizers. Savoir the taste of a delicious traditional dinner called Popara on board during the sunset. Explore Dubrovnik Old Town and Dubrovnik City Walls on this breathtaking panoramic ride. Experience an off-the-beaten path cruise and city's rich history. The sun will kiss the horizon, and you will enjoy in beautiful romantic event in front of the City Walls.

Dubrovnik: Guided Culinary Walking Tour in the Old Town

4. Dubrovnik: Guided Culinary Walking Tour in the Old Town

Sign up for the tour and meet your guide in the Old Town of Dubrovnik, in front of Orlando's Column. The tour lasts for about 3 hours and goes to several food stops, all inside the great city walls. During the tour, you will taste and learn about the centuries-old delicacies of Croatia and Dubrovnik. The tour covers all the Old Town main sights and some of the finest local restaurants, including St. Blaise Church, Stradun (main street), The Green Market, Jesuit Square, The Old Port and the Streets of Karmen.

Dubrovnik: Countryside Guided ATV Adventure

5. Dubrovnik: Countryside Guided ATV Adventure

For everyone looking for adrenaline and fun ride through the beautiful landscape of Dubrovnik’s countryside, this tour is a top choice. Tour duration is 4 hours, while duration of driving a quad is 2-3 hours. During your time with us, you will see amazing medieval architecture, enjoy the most stunning panoramic views, learn cool facts about the history of this area and savour the best of traditional food produced and cooked by the locals. If paradise means a heavenly beautiful place on Earth, then this is it and you are in one. Come with us and enjoy it to the fullest! Safety instruction and general information about the quad tour Start of the tour is a drive to the panoramic spot of Zatonska Vala, a bay of a coastal town Zaton that offers incredible views. Don’t forget your camera! We continue to drive through villages of Ljubač, Gromača, Kliševo, and Mrčevo where our guests will be able to see old puddles that used to supply people with water and still today are an important natural heritage of this area. Continued drive to villages of Mravinjac, Riđica i Majkovi where another panoramic spot is located. Perfect for rest, photos, and a moment to admire untouched nature – islands, sea, and mountains of Dubrovačko Primorje area. Return to Koraćevo residence and a moment for refreshments (homemade ham and cheese plate & drinks)

Dubrovnik: Oyster, Mussles, and Wine Tasting Tour in Ston

6. Dubrovnik: Oyster, Mussles, and Wine Tasting Tour in Ston

Discover the beauty of the vineyards on the Pelješac peninsula on this tour from Dubrovnik to Ston. Relax with a cruise in Little Ston bay and savor the catch of the day with a tasting of fresh oysters and mussels paired with local wines. Enjoy free time in the picturesque village of Ston.   Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Dubrovnik. Take in the scenic countryside and rolling vineyards of the Pelješac peninsula on the drive to Ston in a climate-controlled vehicle. Listen as your host tells you about the village of Ston.  Board a boat and admire views of verdant forests and the traditional red-roofed buildings in the village from the water. Watch oysters and mussels being pulled from the water and dig into these paired with some carefully-selected Croatian wines.  Disembark from the boat and have some free time to explore the village of Ston where you can go for a stroll through the history alleyways of the Old Town and admire the largest surviving fortification system in Europe. Continue to a bridge over the Ombla River and the Gruž Port for panoramic views of Dubrovnik. Return to your accommodation in Dubrovnik.

Pelješac Full-Day Wine and Food Tour from Dubrovnik

7. Pelješac Full-Day Wine and Food Tour from Dubrovnik

On this tour you explore the peninsula of Pelješac, just a 1-hour drive from Dubrovnik and a well-known red wine region where Plavac Mali and Dingac grapes are grown. At the family owned wineries you will spend unique moments discovering the history, production secrets, and special quality of the wines revealed just for you by the local winemakers who will guide you through their wine cellars and vineyards. The first stop on the way to Pelješac is at the medieval town of Ston, where you’ll admire the largest wall in Europe stretching 5.5 kilometers between the towns of Ston and Mali Ston. You also visit the salt works where salt has been produced using the same methods for hundreds of years. Walk through the narrow streets of Ston, which was the second most important town in the Dubrovnik Republic. The winding roads of the Pelješac peninsula lead you to the second wine producer. After tasting a selection of wine and traditional snacks, you visit the vineyards situated on the steep slopes of the hills facing the sea. Here you have the opportunity to take photos of this unique wine region and fall in love with the country. Your next stop is at a vineyard where the host prepares wine tasting between the grape vines and explains everything there is to know about Pelješac wines. Finish off this wonderful day with a typical peasant brunch called “marenda” in the rustic ambient of a Dalmatian pub known as “konoba”. Depending on the season and weather conditions, the food will be prepared in front of you in the open fireplace, allowing you to join the short cooking class. You'll also have the chance to visit a family-owned oyster and mussel farm where you'll taste oysters direct from the sea, paired with local wine.

Trsteno Arboretum and Ston, Pelješac

8. Trsteno Arboretum and Ston, Pelješac

Explore the fascinating Trsteno Arboretum, the oldest botanical garden in Croatia and the only arboretum in Croatia located on the Adriatic coast. It's known for its historical gardens and collection of Mediterranean and exotic plants. Within the arboretum complex you will see the Chapel of St. Jerome, an old olive mill, an aqueduct and a baroque fountain with the Roman god Neptune and nymphs. With a rich plant collection of several hundred cultivated and wild species, Trsteno Arboretum unites natural and cultural heritage. As part of the Gučetić Renaissance Park, there is a pavilion with a beautiful view of the open sea and the Elaphite Islands. The new park is characteristic for its composition that combines two opposite garden concepts: a traditional geometric style and a part arranged in a free, landscape style, filled with romantic scenography. The second destination is the city of salt with the oldest active salt pan in the world and the longest stone wall in Europe (5.5 kilometers). During our visit to Ston you will have a chance to try fresh oysters as well as other seafood that made Ston the gastronomy center of Croatia. Ston is place where oysters were grown since Roman times, especially European flat oyster, one of the most valued species of oysters in the world. We are going to spend time in Ston, where you will have a chance to walk the Ston city walls and visit local restaurants and the charming town Mali Ston.

Korčula and Pelješac Wine Tasting - Day Tour from Dubrovnik

9. Korčula and Pelješac Wine Tasting - Day Tour from Dubrovnik

Marco Polo has a vast historical heritage traveling more than 15000 miles and inspiring generations of pioneers to discover the unknown lands. Other explorers before him had changed the geography of the world – Marco Polo changed its history. Interestingly, many sources suggest that Korčula is a town where he was born around 1254! The island of Korčula undoubtedly holds a privileged position among the Croatian islands. It is full of legends, tales and monuments - more than any other island in the Adriatic sea. Once we arrived on the island, we will start our day trip by discovering the picturesque old town of Korčula, the main town of the island. It is a unique experience to walk along the narrow streets and among the beautiful churches and magnificent palaces of what is considered to be one of the best-preserved Medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Being famous stonemasons, shipbuilders and seafarers, the people of Korčula left their marks all over the world, but saved their best works for their hometown. After a sightseeing tour of the old town of Korčula, you will have some free time for lunch. After lunch, you shouldn't miss out swimming in the crystal clear water of the island's beautiful beaches. On our way back to Dubrovnik, we will make a stop in one of the well-known wine cellars on the Pelješac peninsula and sample some of the excellent local wine.

Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Champagne

10. Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Champagne

Embark on an unforgettable Sunset Boat Tour, where you'll be swept away by the breathtaking panoramas of Dubrovnik's coastline, fascinating historical landmarks, and the magical glow of the setting sun. Get ready for a captivating evening filled with sightseeing, storytelling, and pure relaxation. Walls of Dubrovnik Welcome aboard! As we set sail, you'll be treated to a stunning view of Dubrovnik's city walls, a true marvel of medieval architecture. Take in the sights and sounds of this vibrant city while our local skipper shares fascinating stories and anecdotes about life within the historic Old Town. Fort Lovrijenac Discover the impressive Fort Lovrijenac, built to protect Dubrovnik's western sea access from the formidable Venetian fleet. As we pass by this remarkable fortress, learn about its construction, which began as early as 1018 and continued for centuries until its completion in the 16th century. The Lazarettos Venture to the site of the world's first quarantine, and uncover the secrets hidden within its ancient walls. Our local skipper will guide you through the history of this unique building and share intriguing stories about its past as we explore this fascinating landmark. Lokrum Island Prepare to be enchanted by the stunning Lokrum Island and its beautiful seaside. Weather permitting, you'll have the opportunity to snorkel in the crystal-clear waters and explore hidden caves. Our local skipper will regale you with tales of Lokrum's infamous curse and the intriguing stories surrounding this mystical island. Dubrovnik As we sail away from the coast, prepare for a mesmerizing sunset like no other. We'll drift to a serene spot where the only sound you'll hear is the gentle lapping of waves against the boat. To make this moment even more special, we'll toast the end of a perfect day with local sparkling wine, while marveling at the sky's vibrant hues. Join us for an evening filled with awe-inspiring sights, fascinating history, and a sunset you'll treasure forever on this exceptional Sunset Boat Tour.

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This may have been the most amazing excursion I have ever been on. Our driver Goldie made it the best with all the info and truly became a friend. The oyster experience was a once in a lifetime event. Shucked on the boat and put on the table. Wine tasting in a small family venue with a home style welcoming. I hope to do this adventure again.

Slightly sceptical about Croatian cuisine, but highly recommend this tour. I’m not sure I’ve ever come across a more charismatic, knowledgable, wonderful lady than Anna our guide. I’d book again just to listen to her speak some more. Definitely worth doing

Delightful experience. The farm is beautiful. The family owners are very warm and inviting. The food was fresh and delicious (and fun to gather and prepare). Great to see the "real" Croatia and get to know the people.

Wonderful time! Winery was amazing. Guide was very friendly and informative. Highly recommend.

Excellent tour. Highly recommend. Our guide Ana was phenomenal.