Croatia

Croatia

Customize your dream Croatia vacation with our travel-agent recommended itineraries and travel ideas.

Activities
Dalmatian appetizers
A Seaside Drive, The Arboretum and “Game of Thrones” Locations
Head out from Dubrovnik to enjoy a scenic drive with amazing seaside views along the entire route. Along the way, stop at the Arboretum, the oldest one in Europe, for a brief tour of the scenery and major filming locations for Game of Thrones fans. Before heading to Peljesac, indulge in specially prepared local light bites, a sampling of Dalmatian treats.
Famous Old Town Walls in Dubrovnik
Explore Dubrovnik Your Way
Explore Dubrovnik the way you want! Walk along the famed walls of the Old Town, paddle a kayak along the coast of the city or take a class to learn how to make ancient filigree jewelry – a renowned practice in Dubrovnik.
Oysters
Oyster Farming and Production with Seafood Lunch
Head to Mali Ston, a seaside village known for its oysters and mussels. Enjoy a boat ride along the pristine waters, while you marvel at the famous walls and craggy mountains, where you’ll get an insider’s perspective of traditional oyster farming and production. This unique experience is followed by a delectable seafood lunch.
Man tasting wine
Pelješac Wine Tour and Tasting
Before leaving Palješac for the last time and returning to Dubrovnik, take a leisurely drive to the home of one of the top winemakers in Croatia for a private one-on-one tour and tasting.
Sunset over Dubrovnik
Sunset View Atop Srđ Mountain
After a welcome cocktail, the group will take a short trip to the top of Srđ Mountain for a spectacular view as the sun sets over Dubrovnik.
Chef Richard Gruica holding fresh fish
Unique Dive in the Dingac Wine Region
Venture through this wine region where you’ll join a local fisherman who doubles as a free diver and spear fisherman. Take a swim in the Adriatic Sea along with him as he demonstrate his craft and hunt for delicious sea urchin and other edible surprises. You'll enjoy this magical dip to explore the region’s coastline.
Potica, a Slovenian pastry
Take a Slovenian Cooking Class
As a special treat, you will participate in a hands-on cooking class to learn about “potica,” a traditional Slovenian pastry. The tour concludes with a surprise farewell dinner.
Dairy cow
Taste Local Cheeses at a Dairy Farm
On Day 6, special guest Valter Kramer – sommelier, restauranteur and avid motorcycle rider – will join the tour group to show you the area, including a trout farm. Continue through the mountains, visit a dairy farm to learn about and taste their local cheeses.
Wine and Heritage Hotel Roxanich in Istria
Dinner at 500-Year-Old Olive Oil Press
After arriving at the Wine and Heritage Hotel Roxanich in Istria, Chef Nevio – Croatia’s chef savant – will prepare a meal made with the best locally-sourced ingredients at a 500-year-old olive oil press.
Peka Croatian Dish
Traditional Peka Dinner
Head to the Konavle Valley for dinner at a stone countryside house to experience Peka, the famed Balkan dish cooked under coals. It’s the perfect welcome to Croatia.
People throwing up salt at sea salt pool in Croatia.
See the Ston’s Famous Walls and Sea Salt Pools
Before arriving in one of Croatia’s most beautiful areas for wine sipping and stunning scenery, stop in historic Ston for a tour of the Ston Sea Salt Beds, the oldest still operational salt pools in the world. While others grab a cup of tasty local coffee, adventurous travelers can check out the Walls of Ston, the second longest wall in the world after China’s Great Wall.