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Travel Guide: Croatia

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Split | Diocletian Palace Tour

Enjoying a private guided tour of Split city center is probably the best way to get to know this dynamic city. You’ll visit the Diocletian Palace in the heart of Split, built as a residential palace seventeen hundred years ago by the Roman Emperor Diocletian and also a priceless monument included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage.

Šibenik | Sunset Unesco Heritage tour

Spend the late afternoon strolling around Sibenik with your guide. Cathedral Sveti Jakov, built back to 1434, is an important architectural Renaissance building in Croatia that is listed by Unesco World Heritage. End the tour at the Gardens of St. Lovre. Laid out by landscape architect Dragutin Kiš and maintained by children from a local high school, the Mediterranean Garden has become one of Šibenik’s most popular attractions since opening its gates in 2007.

Krka National Park

Start your day with the thrilling journey to Krka National Park. Upon arrival embark on a private boat ride on Zrmanja River that takes you under the enchanting Roski Slap Waterfall. Swim in the turquoise bays and explore the serenity of the paths where no one else has a chance to go. Conclude the adventure with delightful lunch at a rustic tavern, where you can enjoy in local delicacies while dipping your feet in the cool river waters. Eating a meal with your feet in the river, nearby historic stone houses and watermills is truly an experience to remember.

Traditional Boat Falkusa

Sailing to distant island of Palagruža is the oldest known offshore regatta in Mediterranean The day begins with a short presentation of gajeta Falkusa, its design and characteristics, its meaning and importance in the past. During the tour you will hear interesting and amusing fishermen and pirate stories. Optionally, you can try your hand at traditional fishing tools and ropes, learn the original terms for the parts of the gajeta, tie nautical knots and, of course, sail on falkuša.

Explore Hvar

Spend this evening independently exploring this little gem. The town of Hvar may not be large but it certainly has a lot to offer visitors interested in history and culture. Hvar Theater, the first public communal theater in Europe and the Arsenal building are the icons of this little town. Stroll through the picturesque streets in the old town where only nobleman were allowed to live.

Embark on a culinary journey through Hvar island, where you'll meet talented locals and explore the art of honey, olive oil, wine, and traditional sweets. Visit scenic olive groves, learn about beekeeping, discover natural wine production, and indulge in the island's celebrated Starogrojski Paprenjok sweet. Immerse yourself in the flavors and traditions of Hvar on this extraordinary gastronomic adventure.

Enjoy swimming at secluded small beaches framed by the lush south hill vineyards of Plavac Mali. Discover a private sea cave and explore. We recommend a visit to Zlatan Otok, one of the most famous wineries in all Croatia.

Korcula | Walking tour of Marco Polo's home town

Explore Korcula with your English-speaking guide. Renowned as the birthplace of Marco Polo and celebrated for its exquisite wine production, notably the Grk, one of Croatia's finest wines, Korcula promises a journey through history and gastronomy. Experience a touch of chivalry as Korcula Island comes alive annually with the traditional 16th-century sword battle dance known as Moreška.

Island of Mljet National Park | Biking & Tuk Tuk Adventure

Upon your arrival, you'll be greeted by your knowledgeable local guide for a private biking adventure around the lakes. Pedal your way through stunning scenery, soaking in mesmerizing views of the crystal-clear waters and lush greenery that surrounds you. After exploring the lakeshores, embark on a boat journey to the picturesque little island nestled within the tranquil waters of the lakes.

Dubrovnik | A Walk Through The Rich History

Become one of the witnesses of the rich tapestry of Dubrovnik's history as you explore its magnificent buildings, palaces, and treasures. Begin your morning by delving into the heart of Dubrovnik's old town, often referred to as the Pearl of the Adriatic. Explore Dubrovnik's Jewish heritage sites, including the historic Synagogue, Jewish Fountain, and Jewish Street. Step back in time as you visit the second oldest synagogue in the world, established in 1408 by Jews fleeing persecution in Spain. After the tour take a leisurely stroll along the ancient city walls, where you'll be treated to breathtaking vistas of the enchanting Elafiti islands and the shimmering Adriatic Sea.

Exploring Trsteno's Fisherman's Storage and Homemade Lunch

Your local host, will welcome you and share with you the story of the little fisherman's storage and the strong women who held it together with her 3 sons. She will invite you to indulge in a homemade lunch that she has prepared A visit to this hidden gem in Trsteno Botanical Garden is an experience that will give you a deeper appreciation for the rich history and culture of this beautiful region.

Montenegro Coastline Perast & Kotor

First discover the little town of Perast that is situated nat the foot of St. Elijah Hill (873 m), opposite the narrow Verige strait, where the innermost bays of Risan and Kotor converge. Afterwards proceed to Kotor is an old maritime and cultural center. It is surrounded by strong defense wall, built back in the time of the Byzantine rule.

Hidden Caves & Bays

Explore the underwater world of hidden bays and caves at your own pace, with flexible departure times and allow your captain to navigate your course. Grab the underwater scooter and enjoy a new way to explore the scenery. On the tour you will have a real underwater adventure, while cruising above and below the sea surface.


  • Dubrovnik

La Pasta

The bright and airy interior with an open kitchen and wooden tables that add warmth, complemented by the cosy terrace, embodies a perfect oasis for a light lunch or dinner.

Experience the true essence of Italian cuisine with fresh salads, signature pizzas and mouth-watering pasta dishes crafted from the finest ingredients and traditional recipes. From classic favourites to innovative creations, every bite is a journey through flavours and textures that will leave you craving for more.

Location: Orašac HR, Na moru 1, 20235, Dubrovnik, Croatia


The story of Posat Restaurant begins in the 90’s, with two friends, Mr. Mario Ševelj and Mr. Ivica Udženija working together in hotel Excelsior, a flag tag of superior service, rubbing shoulders with the very best chefs in Dubrovnik.

Sophia Loren, Roger Moore, Marlon Brando are just a few in the long line of prestigious guests that were hosted by their mentors.

Location: Ul. uz Posat 1, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Restaurant Kopun

Here at restaurant Kopun we take great pride at our efforts to bring back some of the old Croatian recipes handed down through centuries. Rich history of our country is a perfect place to search for variety in cuisine as Croatia is incredibly diverse country despite relatively small territory it encompasses. This diversity developed throughout the turbulent history of this country fueled by a myriad of different cultural influences that we as a people came in touch with

Location: Poljana Ruđera Boškovića 7, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Fish Restaurant Proto

The long tradition of this popular Dubrovnik restaurant attests to its reputation and lasting quality based on its unparalleled preparation of diverse seafood and meat dishes.

Proto's gourmet menu is inspired by indigenous dishes and the culinary artistry of Dubrovnik's aristocratic and commoner families, passed down from one generation to the next. Our top local chefs add a touch of contemporary culinary trends to traditional recipes.

Location: Široka ul. 1, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Gverović – Orsan

The best restaurant in Dubrovnik is on the Adriatic Road, on the sea in Zaton Mali. Just 7 kilometers west of Dubrovnik you will discover restaurant Gverovic – Orsan. Housed in a genuine, ancient orsan (Italian name meaning boat house) and built centuries ago. Rough, hand carved, and cut into the hillside like a cave. Orsan was once the private storage place for small pleasure boats of a wealthy Renaissance nobleman.

Location: Na ratu 7, 20235, Dubrovnik, Croatia


Nautika Restaurant lies on the very edge of the sea at Pile, alongside the western entrance to Dubrovnik's Old City.

From its unique terraces, diners can enjoy a truly one of a kind view of the Adriatic and the fortresses of Lovrijenac and Bokar. The restaurant's chef, Mario Bunda, leads a team whose varied offerings include lobster from the Dalmatian island of Vis and delicacies from the local waters of the Adriatic.

Location: Brsalje ul. 3, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia

  • Orašac


In 2023, the menu at the Cilantro restaurant has welcomed some exciting culinary entries and family feasts that are made to be shared. The chef takes pride in using only the freshest ingredients available, merging high-end dishes and top-notch service with elegant interior, and a vivacious terrace with an alluring view of the sea.

From beautifully plated dishes to expertly paired wines, every moment at Cilantro will engage all the senses.

Location: Na moru 1, 20235, Orašac, Croatia

Butcher’s Grill

As your steak sizzles on the grill, why not run through our extensive wine list to find the perfect combination. Our friendly staff are on hand at all times to guide you through our menus and offer advice on the ideal way to serve your steak.

Location: Na moru 1, 20235, Orašac, Croatia


Veranda Tavern is a small family story that is developing year after year and gets its new sequences. With each new guest visiting our story becomes richer for a new member and new memories are being created.

Family as the foundation of our vision of developing a job, carries all the values ​​we want to convey to the guest and the food we serve. We cook as best we know, from heart to heart. They would describe their kitchen as a combination of mummies, grandchildren, grandparents, grandparents, family kitchens. All the flavors we have ever experienced through life and who have remained in our memory as something good, delicious and beautiful. As something valuable to transfer and memory.

Location: Na moru 1, 20235, Orašac, Croatia

  • Zaton Veliki


Get away from everyday problems, city crowds and noise, visit the tavern Kasar in Zaton Veliki. Located in an old summer house, a historical monument from the 15th century, Kasar will provide you with a holiday for the soul as well as absolute gastronomic pleasure.

Location: Za Crkvom 29, 20235, Zaton Veliki, Croatia


If you want to relax and enjoy homemade food and local wine we recommend restaurant Ankora situated on the shore of Zaton bay, just 10 minutes drive from Dubrovnik. Besides homemade food, mostly mediterranean cuisine, you can enjoy breathtaking view of the Zaton bay and watch busy summer life on the Adriatic sea.

This is an ideal place to try homemade food, daily caught fish, seafood and excellent Croatian wine while enjoying the view of Zaton bay.

Location: Dr. Ante Starcevica 2, 20235, Zaton Veliki, Croatia

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