Day 1: (D) Arrival to Dubrovnik. Sightseeing. Completed in the thirteen century, the old city Dubrovnik has remained basically unchanged since. Its medieval ramparts encircle the city which pedestrians can enter through one of two gates - either way, they cross a stone bridge under the watchful gaze of the city’s patron Saint, Blaise (Vlaho), to find themselves joining the evening promenade down the broad, stone-paved avenue known as Stradun. After the sightseeing free time to explore the city by yourself. Dinner in the hotel.
Day 2: (B,W,D) Peninsula Pelješac – Ston.
This historic town of Ston is surrounded by a 5km long fortified wall, the second longest in the world after the Great Wall of China, which was originally erected in 1358 to protect the town. Now, over 20 towers still remain and the wall represents an impressive flashback to the past. After the sightseeing we visit the "MILOS" winery where we taste the famous “Plavac Mali” wine, a very close relative to the Zinfandel. In this winery the traditional wine making business has been passed on for generations, offering a unique story everyone wants to hear. The wine tasting includes a wine presentation on all the specifics of the wine-making process, a visit to the old part of the cellar, wine tasting and a short movie about Plavac mali, Peljesac peninsula and the Milos wines. Dinner in Hotel in Dubrovnik.
Day 3: (B,W,D) Visit of the Konavle region and make a stop at the
"CRVIK" wine-cellar. Typical Croatian food like prosciutto, olives, home made cheese will be combined with the unique white – the Dubrovnik Malvasia. Beside the Malvasia, popular reds like Cabernet sauvignon are also to be tasted. The Crvik family is looking back to the year of 1897. for a long history of wine making. We return to Dubrovnik for the cable car ride up to the mountain Srdj for a breathtaking panorama of Dubrovnik.
Farewell dinner in the Restaurant “Mimosa” near the old town gate.
Day 4: (B,W)Transfer to the Dubrovnik airport, but before you leave Croatia we have one more highlight for you - “The Djurovic Cave”, a natural phenomenon, is situated directly below Dubrovnik Airport’s apron. Due to its unique location, it has acquired the commercial name – Skycellar, and houses every recognized and geographically protected wine from the Konavle Region. In addition to viewing the cave itself, visitors are invited to taste the wines on offer. The Skycellar Museum of Wines from the Konavle Region exhibits high-quality wines from renowned Konavle winemakers.
– 3 x Accommodation in 4* hotels & visitor's tax
– 2 x HB + 1 x BB in the hotels
– coach during the whole tour
– 3 x high quality Wine-tastings (Milos,Crvik,Skycellar)
– 1 x dinner in Dubrovnik
– Local guides: Ston, Konavle, Dubrovnik
– Cable car ticket in Dubrovnik
Prices on request and depending on exact date of booking, group size and hotel availability. Theselection of wines for the wine tasting can vary depending on group size, time of arrival, wine availability.