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Marco Polo belongs to the heritage of the whole world! Other explorers before him have changed the world’s idea of geography, however, Marco Polo changed its history… and Korcula is his hometown!
The island of Korcula undoubtedly holds a very privileged position among the Croatian islands. Here on this island you can find more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. Since the native people of Korcula have always worked as stonemasons, shipbuilders and seafarers their works can be found all over the world. Yet, they have managed to save the best examples for their own city of Korcula.
We invite you to experience the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces of one of the best-preserved Medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Our walking tour around the town will take you to the Cathedral, the City Museum and the Bishop’s Palace. After the sightseeing tour, there is free time for lunch or swimming.
Some people say that Homer, while describing the enchanted island of Ogigia, Ulysses and the nymph Calypso, was actually referring to the island of Mljet. True or not – this island is a real paradise for all those who enjoy intact nature and absolute tranquility.
The main attractions of the island are the two saltwater lakes, surrounded by a lovely thick forest. Enjoy a boat ride from the lakes to the islet of Melita and visit the Benedictine monastery of St. Mary dating from the 12th century. There will be plenty of free time for sunbathing, strolling around the lakes or having a lunch in one of the charming local restaurants.
Just as the streets of Dubrovnik were not built to be seen by carriage, but by foot, it is certain that the best views of the Dubrovnik region are from the sea.
Aboard the historical Galleon is certainly the best way to make the most of such scenery. During your cruise you will see the three most beautiful islands of the Dubrovnik archipelago. The islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Ipan are commonly known as the Elafiti islands. The old legend of the islands is hidden in it’s name which is comes from the old Greeks hunting for deer and subsequently naming the islands the Deer islands.
Green Islands is beautiful with gardens full of oranges and lemons, lovely seashore landscapes, charming and picturesque villages with harmonious architecture of summer manors, old seaman’s houses and little votive churches. Visit all the three Elaphite Islands and enjoy your lunch of grilled fish and wine while being entertained by our local musicians. Come on board!
Don’t just visit … experience it!
IMPORTANT: sportswear recommended
This is a city of poetry, stone and narrow streets, the city where the traveler from the north feels the first breeze of the Mediterranean air, imbued with the scents of citrus and sea whereas the traveler from the south reaches the first glimpses of the continent beyond.
The town is exceptional for its dwellings and monuments, assembled harmoniously over the centuries thanks to the favorable geographical conditions and the sound economic climate. Visit the city sights, which include the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town you will have some free time for a stroll among the many old craft shops or for lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
IMPORTANT: Passport is required
Montenegro is one of the last undiscovered secrets, the country whose vast natural and spiritual assets refuse to fit into any commercial pattern. Exotic landscapes are not always distant and unapproachable. Only one hour car drive from Dubrovnik, Montenegro offers an unforgettable experience, exceptional natural beauty in combination with a rich history and culture. This is a land where the mountains descend almost directly into the sea creating a surreal atmosphere.
Enjoy the drive around the Kotor Bay with its numerous small settlements; make a stop in the Medieval Kotor to soak in the typical Mediterranean lifestyle; proceed up towards the mountains to visit Cetinje, (which once used to be the center town of the Montenegrin rulers); stroll around in Budva, (the ancient town which is today a lively tourist resort.) Montenegro is all this and much more!
IMPORTANT: Passport and relevant visa is required