Korčula – Birth place of Marco Polo
Korčula is well known as birthplace of Marco Polo and one of Croatians many treasures, it is and exquisite town, which is shame not to visit especially if you are in Dubrovnik region. We will go up the coast from Dubrovnik following the route that meanders through the vineyards and valleys of the Pelješac peninsula (which is only joined to the main land by a thin silver of land) and finish at the coastal town of Orebić from where we will cross the channel to Korčula island.
Price: 350,00 kn
Duration: up to 10 hours
Running: Every Monday and Friday
- Vine growing fields
- Ston old town and the second largest city wall
- Old town of Korčula
- Pick up from the hotel/apartment
- English speaking driver/guide
- English speaking local guide in Korčula (min 6 persons)
- Comfortable, air conditioned vehicle
- Insurance, road tolls, VAT and taxes
The city of Mostar is located in the valley of the Neretva River at the foot of the slopes of the mountains Velez, Hum and Čabulje. Through the centuries is at the crossroads of different civilizations, each of them contains one part of its uniqueness. It is a city of sun, greenery and flowers .In the city and its vicinity, there are unique sites of cultural and historical treasure and heritage, which testify to the life in this area ever since with pre-time. The oldest written documents of Mostar were dated in the first half of XV. century. Old Bridge is one of the biggest cultural – historical monuments of this city where so directly and miraculously interwoven civilization and art. This is an amazing combination of matter and spirit, and because of that we can reasonably say that this bridge is connecting the East with the West.
Konavle, the southernmost region of Croatia, can be experienced through dance performances, strolling through the historical sites and visit the sources of rivers in the mountains. How you can find serenity in the Franciscan monastery in the same way you can actively swim in the crystal clear sea and rich local cuisine.
If you want to know more about the rich and cultural heritage of Montenegro go with us on a day trip to the UNESCO-protected town, Kotor. Mediterranean city surrounded by ancient walls 4 km long. After Kotor, we continue to the south, to the Montenegrin coast. We will visit Budva. Budva is characterized by the unique beauty, sun, sea and a series of pearly beaches at the foot of the big mountains. Here you have time for swimming, sightseeing and lunch. Back is in the late afternoon hours. Be sure to bring your passport. Currency is the Euro. It is desirable to take light clothing and shoes, and all for swimming.