Dalmatia Day Tour from Dubrovnik

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From £45.00
Location: Dubrovnik, Croatia
Rating: based on 2 reviews

In the charming village of Orasac take part in the production of olive oil in the old fashioned way, where the mill is driven by a horse. This tour through time will certainly delight you. Here you will also have the opportunity to taste some home made cheese, smoked ham and wine. All this in an old house which has not changed much through the ages.

Inclusions:

  • Transport by air-conditioned tour coach
  • Accredited professional local tour guide
  • Snacks
  • Wine tasting

In the times of the Dubrovnik Republic, Ston was the second most important town. It’s wealth was derived from the salt works that are still in function today. Although being known for the spectacular city walls, that are considered to be the second longest in the world, today this region is predominantly known as the oyster capital of Croatia.

Here you will be served a nice sea food platter (octopus, mussels, small fish and an oyster). Finally you’ll pay a visit to one of the best known wine producers of the region.

The Peljesac peninsula has for ages been known for it’s excellent wines. And the Milo? family wine cellar is today certainly one of the foremost representatives of this production. During the visit to the cellar a pleasant wine tasting will be organized.

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Schedule

Departure Point: Tour departs from the following pick up points/hotels in Dubrovnik

Departure Time:

GRUZ PORT 8:45am
H.LAPAD 8:10am
H.PRESIDENT 8:15am
KOMPAS 8:20am
POSTA LAPAD 8:20am
LIBERTAS RIXOS 8:20am
KOMODOR 8:25am
VIS/ADRIATIC 8:30am
LERO/IVKA/BELLEVUE 8:30am
PALACE 8:30am
ARGENTINA 8:30am
EXCELSIOR 8:30am
HILTON GARAGE 8:35am
ZUPA, SREBRENO 8:25am
ASTAREA 8:20am
PLAT 8:10am
EPIDAURUS 7:45am
ALBATROS 7:50am
BUS ST. CAVTAT 7:55am
CROATIA 8:00am
OSMINE 7:10am

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Great day out – a chance to see some authentic Croatia. Whatever you do, don’t have breakfast – there is plenty of very good, locally-produced food on offer throughout the day. Absolutely do it – and be prepared to drink wine at 9am.

Reviewed by: Daniel R

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