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Departure from Zadar to Kastel Zegarski village. After getting the equipment and instructions by the skipper, you will experience the 14.5-km long kayak trail. If you are in great shape you may finish the track in 2,5 hours but if you're not or you are with your family and young children it will take you 3 maybe 4 hours. We all know that a chain is as strong as its weakest link. Our goal is that each .Zrmanja (pronounced [zr?ma?a]) is a river in southern Lika and northern Dalmatia, Croatia. It is 69 km (43 mi) long and its basin covers an area of 907 km2 (350 sq mi).

It was known to the ancient Romans as Tedanius. The spring of Zrmanja is located in southern part of Lika under Postak - the southern peak of Pljesevica mountain, and close to south end of Velebit mountain. It is characteristic for its spring located on the bottom of very steep, almost 200m high funnel shape rock called Misije. It flows southward through the narrow and long arable valley which encircles the southern end of Velebit through a 200-metre-deep canyon, and then turns westwards, reaches Obrovac, and after a few kilometers flows into the Adriatic sea in the bay named Novigradsko more.

In the late 80s the Riverfree Club and Huck Finn Adventure Company pioneered commercial canoe, kayak and raft trips - one-day excursions and multi-day tours with camping. They proved that Zrmanja with its tributary Krupa is one of the most beautiful rivers of Europe. In the 90s the Velebit area is declared a nature park. Rafting trips on Zrmanja take place in spring and autumn, while kayaks and canoes are used during low water level period of July and August.

desde 53 €

Sube a bordo del tren para vivir una experiencia única y muy agradable viajando a través de los pintorescos viñedos del hermoso valle de Konavle. Obtén una muestra del espíritu tradicional de los pueblos y disfruta de la Croacia real y de algunos de sus fantásticos vinos.

El valle de Konalve es un lugar de gran belleza paisajística situado en el extremo sur de Croacia. Está ubicado en las estribaciones de la montaña Snijeznica y su multitud de pueblitos pintorescos gozan de un clima especial, perfecto para la producción de vino. Este tour te dará la oportunidad de experimentar la artesanía y delicias locales.

Nuestra primera parada será un típico viñedo familiar donde se pueden degustar algunos de sus exquisitos vinos y conocer todo acerca de los métodos de producción tradicionales. A continuación, saltaremos al tren turístico. Siéntate y disfruta del rico paisaje de la región, salpicado de viñedos. Nos detendremos en el bonito pueblo costero de Ljuta para aprender cómo se producía la harina en un antiguo molino y veremos una fascinante exposición sobre el arte de la elaboración de la lana.

Después volveremos al tren en busca de más viñedos. Disfrutaremos de algunos de los mejores vinos originarios de esta parte de Croacia en los siguientes tres viñedos a visitar. Descubrirás que en realidad se pueden degustar unos deliciosos tintos, blancos y vinos dulces de postre, y qué mejor manera de acompañarlos que con un bocado en el local de moda. Haz lo mismo que hacen los lugareños, y disfruta de un buen almuerzo de tocino, cebolla y huevos duros servidos de la forma tradicional.

desde 50 €

Una ciudad flotante mágica que deseamos visitar a lo largo de nuestras vidas y no necesita introducción. Viaje en el barco rápido a la Plaza de San Marco en Venencia, la plaza más famosa de todas. Visite la famosa basílica, el Puente de los Suspiros y el exquisito Puente Rialto.

desde 62,1 €

Disfruta de un día de viaje a través de la historia y cultura con una visita a Mostar, conocida como la ventana a Oriente, la ciudad amurallada de Pocitel y uno de los centros de peregrinación más visitados de Europa; Medjugorje.

Destacamos
- Camina sobre el emblemático puente turco que dio a Mostar su nombre
- Continúa tu ruta a través del Antiguo Bazar
- Visita Medjugorje, donde se cree que apareció la Virgen María

Desde Split viajamos a través de la frontera, entre la costa dálmata y el interior, con parada en los espectaculares lagos Rojo y Azul de camino a Mostar. Conocido como un crisol de culturas, Mostar atestigua su variada historia a través de su fascinante mezcla de arquitectura. Influenciada predominantemente por siglos de dominio turco, hoy todavía se puede admirar un horizonte salpicado por delgados minaretes así como un bazar empedrado y adornados balcones de madera. Un guía local te presentará la gran historia de la ciudad mientras visitas el Antiguo Bazar y la Mezquita, antes de disfrutar de tiempo libre para comprar o degustar especialidades locales de Bosnia.

Experimenta más tarde la belleza natural de Bosnia y Herzegovina y la ciudad amurallada de Pocitel antes de emprender el camino a Medjugorje, un destino mundial de peregrinos. Visita el Monte de las Apariciones, donde cuenta la leyenda que la Virgen María apareció en 1981 y descubre por ti mismo por qué este sitio tiene una importancia tan espiritual.

desde 693 €

The view of the sunlit Old Town of Dubrovnik is the great opportunity for an unforgettable photo in your album! Take a walk along its cobbled streets in company of a professional guide whilst discovering treasures of Dubrovnik’s past and present. Put your hands on its ancient walls and let the distant presence of people who had lived there centuries ago come close and touch you. A half day tour that will leave you mesmerized by architectural treasures, artistic intensity and cultural opulence – a day that will most certainly become one of your favorite holiday experiences ever. The Rectors Palace, was the administrative center of the Dubrovnik Republic. Its style is basically Gothic, with the Renaissance and Baroque reconstructions.

RECTOR PALACE:
In the 15th century the Palace was destroyed twice in gunpowder explosions. Restored by Onofrio della Cava in the late Gothic style after the first explosion in 1435, the Palace got its present-day size with the central atrium and front portico.
The capitals were carved in Renaissance style by Pietro di Martino of Milan, whose capital with Aesculapius has been preserved on the right half-column of the portico. The second gunpowder explosion in 1463 destroyed the western facade of the Palace, and the two famous architects Juraj Dalmatinac and Michelozzo of Florence were engaged in the reconstruction for a short period.
Although the design of Michelozzo was unfortunately rejected, his influence in the restoration of the facade and portico, mainly in Renaissance style, cannot be denied. After the earthquake of 1667 the atrium was partially reconstructed with an impressive Baroque staircase. During his one-month mandate the Rector of Dubrovnik lived in the Palace, which also housed the Minor and Major Council hall, the Rectors residence, the courtroom, administration office, prisons, an arsenal and gunpowder store-house. From the Rectors Palace one could enter the Great Council Palace.

The inscription: OBLITI PRIVATORUM PUBLICA CURATE (Forgetting your private business, concern yourselves with public affairs) can still be seen above the well preserved entrance door. A bust of the rich sea captain and benefactor Miho Pracat, the work by P. Giacometti from 1628, stands in the atrium.

It is the only public monument that the Dubrovnik Republic put up for a meritorious citizen. Today the Rectors Palace houses the Cultural-historic Department of the Dubrovnik Museum with exhibition halls arranged to display the original setting with antique furniture and objects for daily use, as well as paintings by local and Italian masters.
The Museum also guards a collection of old coins used in the Dubrovnik Republic, a collection of arms and utensils of Domus Christi Pharmacy from the 15th century. Apart from being exceptionally beautiful, the Rectors Palace Atrium has excellent acoustics, and is often used as a concert venue. MARITIME MUSEUM: The exhibits on the First Floor give an overview of the development of Dubrovnik maritime trade and shipbuilding from its very start to the fall of the Dubrovnik Republic. The exhibits on the Second Floor show the resurgence of maritime trade in Dubrovnik and on the Pelješac Peninsula during the 19th century, as well as the strength of Dubrovnik steamships up until World War II and afterwards. THE RUPE MUSEUM: where it is possible to see just how much attention the residents of Dubrovnik gave to the storage of grain. The Dubrovnik Republic kept all the state reserves of wheat, barley and millet in deep silos called Rupe, carved out of stone and coated with a water-proof material that kept the grain at a temperature of 17.C. The traditional rural economy and architecture of the Dubrovnik region is found on the First Floor. Folk costumes and textile handiwork can be seen on the 2nd Floor.

desde 110 €

Obala hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 21 , Split

Enjoy tasting traditional Croatian wines and snacks in a famous wine bar in Split. Learn more about the history of wine heritage in Dalmatia. Tired of standard walking tours that make you thirsty and hungry? Here’s something completely different. Meet your guide and explore the streets of Split while listening about wine, wine production and specific varieties of wine produced in Dalmatia. Visit the most recognizable wine bar in Split, located in the very center of the city. Wake up your taste buds by tasting different sorts of wine and detecting every single aroma in your glass.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 30 €

Discover the beauty of “Green Istria”, hidden from everyday bustle in its lowlands encompassed by forests and hills”. Legend has it that, not so long ago in the valley of river Mirna, lived giants who were so tall they could pass on tools from hand to hand and large stones to build numerous settlements on hills!

Motovun is a heritage settlement, situated 277 m on a hilltop, fortified by mighty bulwarks and whose inner core guards a rich cultural-historical heritage from the 12th century. After Motovun, we shall visit the small town of Oprtalj situated on a hill and accessible by a narrow plateau, however, a very picturesque village in northern Istria! At some time in the past, this was a fortified settlement and now only the settlement gateway is visible. Every stone one steps on emanates its historical spirit, each perfectly set in place to create a perfect picture which, in its silence, enriches visitors of tales from the past.

Our stroll ends in a beautiful ambience of a local tavern where we shall have the pleasure of tasting indigenous Istrian delicacies!

desde 514,3 €

Si Zadar es bella desde tierra, desde el mar, esta pequeña ciudad dálmata, mantiene intacto su encanto. Descúbrelo tú mismo con un paseo en barco que no te dejará indiferente.

DESTACAMOS:

* Explora las islas vecinas de Zadar
* Tiempo libre para nadar, bucear y tomar el sol
* Impresionantes vistas de la costa

Abandona tierra firme por unas horas y embárcate en una aventura de exploración sin precedentes. Navega a través de los canales de Zadar hasta llegar a Kali, una pequeña aldea de la isla de Ugljan, la más grande del archipiélago. En la bahía de Batalaža harás una parada y disfrutarás de tiempo libre para nadar, bucear, practicar esnórquel o relajarte tomando el sol.

A continuación dirígete a la isla de Ošljak sin perder de vista los pintorescos paisajes. Una vez allí desembarcarás para almorzar por tu cuenta en un restaurante local y refrescarte en las aguas del Adriático. De regreso a Zadar, el patrón del barco te explicará algunas nociones básicas de navegación.

desde 35 €

12 zonas de escalada con más de 400 rutas te esperan en la ciudad de Omiš, a sólo media hora en coche de Split. Ya seas principiante o experto, la diversión está garantizada.

DESTACAMOS:

* Una lugar ideal para unas vacaciones activas
* Aprende a escalar los acantilados de Omiš acompañado de instructores profesionales
* Dirigido a profesionales y amateurs

Descubre un lugar maravilloso para la práctica de escalada en las proximidades de Split, en concreto en el impresionante cañón del río Cetina. Acompañado de un instructor experto, podrás completar rutas de escalada de diferentes niveles, con paredes rocosas de hasta 25 metros.

¿Quieres estar en la cima del mundo? ¡Anímate y sube con nosotros! No importa si no tienes experiencia; sólo necesitas ganas. Guiado por instructores con experiencia en el ascenso del Himalaya que te proporcionarán todo el material necesario (casco, arneses, etc.), podrás contemplar el mundo desde otra perspectiva.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 57 €

The Klis Fortress, one of the most significant fortifications in Croatia, due to its strategic importance had a significant defence position. From the 2nd century BC this area was inhabited by the Illyrian tribe of Delmati, while the first records about the fortress from the 10th century speak of the Roman Fortress Kleisa being besieged by the Avars and Slavs, which hastened the conquering of Salona in the first half of the 7th century at the time of arrival of the Croats. Two centuries later, Klis had already become the ruler's property and one of the centres of the Croatian state.

The climb around the fort offers spectacular views of Split and the Adriatic, a chance to appreciate the majesty and power of the Fortress.

Daenerys fought the slave owner overlords the Meereen and Yunkai with her faithful Unsullied within these very walls, only to return to Westeros as the victorious queen.

At the end of this exciting tour, we will take you to Stella Croatica, a recognized manufacturer of traditional Dalmatian delicacies. It’s also a place where the crew of the “Game of Thrones” spent their time during breaks between filming. Here, you will taste some of the delicious Dalmatian specialities.