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    Dalmatian Wine Tour


    8 days / 7 nights

    Day 1 SPLIT - STARI GRAD - HVAR (30 km)

    Arrival in Split. Transfer from the airport to the city. Sightseeing tour of Split, including Diocletian’s Palace, Peristyle and Cathedral. Later on, departure on a ferry  from  Split  to  the  island  of  Hvar  (Stari Grad harbor). Hvar island is famous for its endless lavender fields and numerous vineyards. Arrive at the hotel, dinner and overnight.

    Day 2 HVAR

    After breakfast, a full day excursion around the island including small, picturesque island villages and wine cellars (wine tasting). Afternoon tour of Hvar town - a central place on the island. The town of Hvar will enchant you with its easygoing atmosphere, grand palaces, churches, monastery and cathedral, charming narrow streets, beautiful seaside promenade and the oldest urban theater in Europe which is still running. Hvar has had a reputation of being a famous tourist resort for a whole century. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

    Day 3 HVAR - STARI GRAD - KORCULA (20 km)

    Embark  ferry  to  Korčula - said  to  be  a  birthplace  of  Marco  Polo,  a  famous seafarer,  explorer  and adventurer. Arrive at the hotel. Upon arrival we’ll explore the town of Korčula with its well preserved town walls from the 13th century and a beautiful cathedral of St. Mark - the most important building in Korčula. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

    Day 4 KORČULA - LUMBARDA - BLATO - ČARA - KORČULA (90 km)

    Full day excursion around the island of Korčula. Visit Lumbarda, known for its top-quality white wine called Grk (the Greek) made from the special vine sort grk bijeli (greek white) which is grown here. A visit to the wine cellar includes tasting of this delicious dessert white wine. Then we head on through the central part of the island, all the way to the town of Blato. We will visit the winery Šain-Marelć in Čara including tasting of some highly esteemed white wines like Pošip and Rukatac – indigenous sorts on the island and among the first Croatian wines of the controlled origin. Return to the town of Korčula. Dinner and  overnight at the hotel in Korčula.

    Day 5 KORCULA - OREBIC - STON - DUBROVNIK (130 km)

    After breakfast, transfer to the town of Orebič on the Pelješac peninsula. The sunny climate ensures perfect conditions for the vine-growers on the peninsula. The picturesque hillsides and valleys of Pelješac are covered in vineyards. The most famous wines produced in this region are Dingač and Postup. Drive to Ston, a well-known oyster-growing capital in Croatia. We continue on to Dubrovnik. Arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight.

    Day 6 DUBROVNIK

    Morning guided tour of Dubrovnik, a city-monument under UNESCO’s protection. Tour includes a visit to the Franciscan monastery, Rector’s Palace and the Cathedral. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

    Day 7 DUBROVNIK - SPLIT (240 km)

    After breakfast, we continue our journey along Makarska riviera towards Split. Upon arrival in Split, dinner and overnight at the hotel.

    Day 8 SPLIT

    After breakfast, transfer to the Split airport.


     
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