Trpanj, Peljesac Peninsula
ideally located for you to be able to visit the beauties of southern Croatia in one day or half day trips.
Wine roads of Peljesac
visit vineyards and vineries of Pelješac and enjoy tasting the best wines, with local dishes and traditionally on the fireplace baked goat meat and other delicious local food. Good wines such as Plavac mali, Dingač and Postup are what Pelješac is well known by. Tasting these is an inevitable ritual for every visitor to Pelješac.
The Walls of Ston: the city walls 5.5. Km long, called European Chinese wall as well as oyster plantations there. Enjoy delicious seafood of Pelješac. The walls are a magnificent piece of art of the Dubrovnik Republic, 5.5. Km long with as many as 40 small towers and 5 fortresses. It was adopted and rebuilt for 4 centuries for defense purposes and protected the oyster plantation, the salt works and the town of Ston.
the birthplace of Marko Polo, a renowned sailor, researcher, and globe trotter. Korčula is known by Moreška, a sword dance which has been performed in Korčula for 500 years. The dance is one of the island’s most colorful traditions. Although probably of Spanish origin, Korčula is now the only place in which it is performed. It tells the story of two kings – the White King (dressed in red) and the Black King – who fight for a princess abducted by the Black King. In the spoken introduction the princess declares her love for the White King and the Black King refuses to relinquish her. The two armies draw swords and ‘fight’ in an intricate dance accompanied by a band. Enthusiastic townspeople perform the dance, which takes place outside the southern gate.
National park Mljet
The National park of Mljet – visit Small and Large Lakes, the islet of St Mary on the Large lake with the Benedictine Monastery from the 12th century.
Dubrovnik is a unique medieval town, rich with heritage. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the old town, surrounded by the city walls, its narrow stone streets, churches, mystical fortresses and squares, and amiable coffee places.
Međugorje is one of the well-known Catholic sanctuaries which has become a popular site of religious pilgrimage since 1981 due to reports of apparitions of the Virgin Mary to local Catholics. Almost one million Catholics from all over the world visit Međugorje every year; this is a unique opportunity for you to become one of them.
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