MONTENEGRO DAY TOUR FROM DUBROVNIK
Montenegro is the “Hidden pearl of the Mediterranean”. Montenegro day trip takes you from Dubrovnik to a country with population of a little under 700,000. This tiny Mediterranean country is a forgotten jewel, a secret kept by those who have visited. Steeped in tradition, history and culture, the country has remained untouched for centuries. Montenegro is a place that simply needs to be experienced. With medieval walled cities such as Kotor and Budva dating from the 14th century and new resorts catering for thrill seekers, Montenegro has it all. It is a country of contrasts, the new and the old, the mountains and the sea, sun and snow and all of this a little more than a stone’s throw from Dubrovnik.
MLJET BOAT DAY TRIP FROM DUBROVNIK
Island of Mljet is one of Croatia’s National Parks. It will take you just an hour and a half to get to this thin strip of land. The most visited part of the Island is the unspoiled west, where Mediterranean vegetation and two saltwater lakes (Malo jezero – Small lake and Veliko jezero – Big lake) provide the focus of the Mljet National Park. Both lakes are encircled by foot-and cycle paths. Feel free to swim in the lakes. A boat from Veliko jezero will take us to a St. Mary’s Island, where you will be rewarded by a stunning view of the monastery established by the Benedictines in the 12th century.
ELAPHITE ISLANDS BOAT TRIP FROM DUBROVNIK
The sheer geographical position of the Elaphite islands offers guests the perfect opportunity to island hop. Day trip from Dubrovnik to these untouched islands which are a wonder of nature provides an experience of true island life, Dalmatian style. Situated to the north-west of Dubrovnik this group of islands is made up of eight islands, the majority of which are uninhabited This tour takes you to Koločep, Šipan and Lopud. Take a dip in the crystal clear seas, stroll in the shade of Mediterranean vegetation, explore quaint hamlets or simply indulge your taste buds with local cuisines, the choice is yours.
A panorama view of the Old City of Dubrovnik is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful sights in the world. Enclosed by impressive walls the terracotta roofs in contrast to the turquoise blue Adriatic is quite simply breath-taking. Since 1979 Dubrovnik has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site and as soon as you enter the city it’s easy to see why. Every stone in the city has its own tale to tell and every street offers a glimpse of history. This is a tour certain to fill your holiday photo album with unforgettable memories.
Whilst visiting Dubrovnik you simply have to take the time to appreciate the local specialties and where better to taste Dalmatian specialties than in the atmosphere of a traditional country restaurant. In the countryside surrounding Dubrovnik there are many “hidden” restaurants that are kept a secret by the locals. It’s exactly in these restaurants and taverns that you’ll discover true Dalmatian cuisine, prepared in the same time-honored manner for generations.
MOSTAR DAY TRIP FROM DUBROVNIK
Mostar is a city of contrasts, culture, colour and cuisine. Tour to Mostar takes You to the city divided by not only the Neretva River that flows through it but also by religion and culture from one bank to the other. Day trip to Mostar with it's spectacular Old bridge, in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a memorable experience where "east meets west" and where the journey to it is invigoratingly full of contrasts. Just a short drive up the Adriatic coast and then inwards following the breath-taking Neretva Valley will offer stunning views of the local countryside. Here the Neretva River enriches the land bringing to your senses the colours and scents from mandarin and kiwi plantations. Visit Mostar from Dubrovnik with Adriatic Explore Travel!
KORČULA & PELJEŠAC DAY TRIP FROM DUBROVNIK
Two destinations in the Dubrovnik County that spring to mind when one thinks of wine are the Pelješac peninsular and the island of Korčula. The scenic peninsular of Pelješac stretches out like a green finger into the Adriatic Sea. Picturesque vineyards cling to rocky slopes dotted between the thick Mediterranean vegetation. Then just a short ferry ride brings you to an island steeped in history, an island with a walled city, the island of Korčula. A day trip to Korčula and Pelješac wich are jewels of the Croatia coastline will leave you awestruck at their natural beauty and spellbound with their historical roots. Visit Korčula and Pelješac with Adriatic Explore Travel!
MEĐUGORJE DAY TRIP FROM DUBROVNIK
Tour from Dubrovnik to Medjugorje takes you to without doubt one of the most well-known destinations, especially in the religious world. Pilgrims come from all over the world to find spiritual peace of mind. This small town is located in the mountains between Mostar and Croatia. Before 1981 Medjugorje, although beautiful, was just a small mountain village, that was until a group of children reported seeing visions of the Virgin Mary on a nearby hillside. Since that day the village has grown to a town and receives thousands of visitors every year.