Zip-line is an adrenaline entertainment in which guests descend through the canyon down the steel wire rope, secured with a belt. The adventure also includes training and a short walk in nature. During the walk, you can enjoy the beautiful, almost untouched nature and stunning views of the Cetina River canyon. Zip-line is located 3km from Omiš, in the canyon of the Cetina River and consists of eight wires with a total length of 2,100m. The longest wire is 700m long and it is situated 150m above the ground. Depending on the size of the group, zip-line gives you up to three hours of unforgettable fun and beautiful nature. Before the beginning, the group goes to the training ground and each guest receives the equipment.
This tour begins in a small place called Jakiruša - Brela. The beautiful Jakiruša Bay is surrounded by the spectacular Biokovo Mountain. There is a sandy beach in Jakiruša, popular with the locals and tourists for swimming, and on the west side there is a rocky coast and one of the last untouched bays in this part of the riviera – the Vrulja Bay.
We launch our sea kayaks on the beach and paddle lightly towards the deserted sandy beaches of the Vrulja Bay. We stop to observe the submarine groundwater source which brings 50m3 of drinking water per second to this place even in the summer. Our paddle takes us to the Vrulja Beach where we take a break for swimming and snorkeling in the crystal blue waters.
Having gone through many different historical changes over the centuries, this area has remained the meeting place of cultures and religions with traces clearly visible today. Drive along the Makarska Riviera, then inland through the picturesque Neretva River Delta up to Mostar. During the Turkish rule, the city developed on the banks of the river as an important trade centre on caravan routes. A guided tour will show us the town's highlights, we shall visit the Oriental part of the town with the old Bazaar full of picturesque shops and workshops, the Mosque and a typical Turkish house, then walk along the legendary Turkish bridge from the 16th century after which the town was named (bridge=most; Mostar). We leave Mostar late in the afternoon.
A scenic half-day trip to the countryside of Dalmatia, through the villages of Zadvarje and Zagvozd. Discover the beauty of natural phenomena, the Red and the Blue Lake, and the old part of Imotski. Driving along the Imotski fields, covered with beautiful vineyards, take a look at the Green Cathedral and a wonderful historic mill on the Vrljika River, an unforgettable scenery of this region.
The inhabitants of Imotski are very friendly and hospitable.
Visit an old cottage with a beautiful wine cellar - an ideal setting to enjoy a glass of wine. Wine tasting with snacks of local specialties is specific for this region.
In this day trip full of culture and history, compare the two UNESCO listed World Heritage sites, the hip harbor of Split and the petite Trogir.
Split and Trogir have both seen the Greeks, the Romans, Venetians, Napoleon, the Habsburgs, yet have, each in their own way, managed to sustain an easy-going seaside mindset. Still, over time, Split flourished into Croatia’s second largest city, while Trogir retained its small-scale charms. Learn about the stunning heritage in their UNESCO-listed historic centers, and visit their Cathedrals, St. Domnius in Split and St. Lawrence in Trogir. In this full day excursion coupling two guided city tours with leisure time for you own exploration, draw comparisons of two Dalmatian UNESCO jewels without having to pick any favorites!
Split is situated on a peninsula and surrounded by historical towns and settlements.
We shall take a walk through the 4th-century Diocletian's Palace to visit its ancient cellars, the Peristyle, Roman temples (today Christian ones), the Cathedral and the Baptistry, and then the famous Golden Gate. After sightseeing of the town of Split and free time for individual exploring, we start our bus ride towards Trogir, a small town under the cultural protection of UNESCO.
Trogir arose from the ancient Tragurion and is full of buildings and monuments testifying to its rich history. There stands the Cathedral with its famous portal made by the well-known local master Radovan, the City Loggia from the 15th century, the Ćipiko Palace, the Town Hall and the Benedictine monastery from the year 1064 where a Greek relief representing Kairos (the God of the auspicious moment) is kept.
In the true sense of the word it is the city where western and eastern civilization collide. This is a city of poetry, a city of stone and sleepy, narrow winding streets. It is a city where the traveller from the North feels the first dashes of Mediterranean air imbued with scents of citrus and sea, and the traveller from the South reaches the first glimpses of the continent beyond. The town is exceptional for its dwellings and monuments assembled harmoniously over the centuries thanks to favourable geographical conditions and a sound economic climate. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and one of the many old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town enjoy some free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe have lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.
Important: Passport / EU - ID required