The park harbours a grand collection of waterfalls, gallery of lakes, forest and diversity of animal life.The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colors, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue.The colors change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle
Read More... The sixteen lakes which are formed by natural dams of travertine are separated into upper and lower lakes. About 8 km of pathways and wooden walking trails around lakes are accessible to visitors. Trails are descending from an altitude of 636m to 503m above sea level.
Of about ten caves scattered around Bisevo's coast, the Blue Cave is the most outstanding. Between 11am and noon on a sunny calm day, rays of the sun passing through an underwater opening illuminate the cave with a luminous blue light while objects beneath the surface shimmer in silver and pink.
Read More... The effect is eerie and unearthly especially if you're lucky enough to see it when the cave is uncrowned which it certainly won't be if you come in July and August. After visiting the Blue Cave, we'll drive to the town of Komiza, a pictureque fishermans village.
After picking you up at the pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel, our excursion to one of the most popular sites in Dalmatia begins by driving along the beautiful coastal road, passing by picturesque villages, such as Primosten and Marina, and beautiful offshore islands.
Read More... Then we arrive to the seaside city of Sibenik, to see its main attractions - including St Jacob’s Cathedral, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Then it's on to Krka National Park and Skradinski buk, one of the best known natural beauties of Croatia.
Travel back in time to the days when togas were all the rage. Pula is to Croatia what Rome is to Italy. There’s no hiding the city’s main attraction - an enormous Roman amphitheatre.Reminiscent of the Colosseum in Rome, just wandering around its mighty Roman walls conjures images of gladiators
Read More... . It’s the biggest theatre of its kind in the world. But before you stop to gaze at its centuries-old arches, you’ll explore the Istrian peninsula. You’ll check out the amazing ‘village in the clouds’ - a hilltop town that stands in a candy-floss swirl of white.
Glide through the colourful Postojna Caves by electric train and enjoy the scenery of stalactite and stalagmite sculptures as you go. At Lipizza, the home of pure white Lipizzaner horses, enjoy an elegant display by these wonderful animals, trained specifically for Vienna’s Spanish school of riding.
Read More... At Lipizza, the home of pure white Lipizzaner horses, enjoy an elegant display by these wonderful animals, trained specifically for Vienna’s Spanish school of riding.
Slovenia’s Lake Bled is truly stunnin. Set in a pine forest with a mountain scenery backdrop, Lake Bled is can't-believe-your-eyespretty and it rightfully deserves it’s name as ‘’the Pearl of Alps’’.All snow-capped mountains and glass-like waters, it's home to Slovenia's only island
Read More... All snow-capped mountains and glass-like waters, it's home to Slovenia's only island - and there's more than a touch of the Austrian Alps about it. In fact at first glance you'll think you've stepped into a scene from the Sound of Music.
Original Dubrovnik Cable Car was built back in 1969 and was always gladly used by the visitors and the locals who wanted to enjoy a beautiful view of Dubrovnik Old City and the surrounding area. After the destruction in the war, it remained broken until recently restored and opened.
Read More... The ramparts are intact and encircle the old city with a circumference of more than a mile and a half. Reach the top of the wall where your guide will lead you on a walking tour along its entire length. You will see the gorgeous Minceta Fortress, St. John`s Fortress, and Bokar Fortress.
Town of Ston is situated on the narrow isthmus connecting Peljesac peninsula with the mainland. This little town is often called a smaller copy of Dubrovnik. The magnificent walls surrounding the town are 5 km long. The ancient salt pans that were in use during the Dubrovnik Republic
Read More... The ancient salt pans that were in use during the Dubrovnik Republic are another interesting site along the way. However, when you mention Ston in Croatia people usually think of oyster farms that are all around the area. Continue with the drive to small village of Draca to taste fresh oysters. Drive to Orebic, then by speedboat accross to Korcula.
WINE TASTING This is a perfect excursion for wine lovers and connoisseurs to enjoy tastes of awarded local wines. Peljesac, the habitat of Plavac Mali, is producing probably the best wines in Croatia. Plavac Mali, a vintage which speaks the true essence of Peljesac
Read More... This is why Milos wine Stagnum continues to provoke and takes time to open its soul. A soil cultivated for the first time is rich in nutrients that Plavac Mali needs. Thanks to the air circulation, loads of light and warmth, the sprayings of vineyards are minimal and make them well suited for ecological cultivation of Plavac Mali, and the results enable a production of completely natural wine.
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