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10

Days

Croatia

Including The Istria Peninsula & Dalmatian Coast

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9th to 18th May 2021

Flights from the UK and all transport within the itinerary

Quality Accommodation of 4* and above

Experienced Tour Guide from the UK

All gratuities

With lush green olive groves, acres of vineyards, and stunning scenery throughout, this tour is a collaboration of experiences not to be missed. Precariously poised between the Balkans and central Europe, Croatia has had its fair share of pushing and pulling between kingdoms, empires, and republics. Venetian palaces, Napoleonic forts and Roman columns are just a few hints of the variety of places to visit.  Throughout the tour, the emphasis will be on combining a mixture of general interest and sightseeing. Croatia is also known for its gastronomic delights and there will be plenty of opportunities to experience the local cuisine.

 

What's Included

  • Vineyard tour with wine tasting

  • Visit Roman Colosseum

  • Olive grove tour and tasting

  • Pirate City of OMIS

  • Boat ride through the River Cetina Canyon

  • English speaking guide throughout

  • Agricultural visits including dairy, sheep & pig farms

  • 9 nights’ 4* accommodation

  • All airport taxes

  • Return flights from the UK

  • Bottled water on the coach each day

  • Baggage handling at each hotel

This tour is still in development.

Register your interest here

Details may change as we are currently busy perfecting this tour

How to book

This tour is still in development. Contact us to register your interest and from there it's so simple. We we will send a full itinerary to you as soon as it's ready. Just fill in the booking form and we will organise the rest. Give us a call or send us an email and we can reserve you a place for up to 3 days while you get the form filled in.

We would love to hear from you so please do not hesitate!

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Highlights

Situated between the Balkans and central Europe, Croatia has had its fair share of pushing and pulling between kingdoms, empires, and republics. Venetian palaces, Napoleonic forts and Roman columns are just a few hints of the variety of places to visit.  Throughout the tour, the emphasis will be on combining a mixture of general interest and sightseeing. Croatia is also known for its gastronomic delights and there will be plenty of opportunities to experience the local cuisine

More about your tour

Weather

It’s pretty mild at this time of year, but it’s a good idea to bring along a jumper or light jacket for the evenings. The average daily temperatures being in the region of 15°C to 22°C. 

Currency

Croation Kuna

Pace

Grade C

All of our tours are graded A to D according to the pace of the tour, with A being the least active. To find out more, please click here or on the goat!

Meals

Breakfast every day
8 Lunches
7 Evening Dinners including wine & water

Sightseeing

Visitors to Croatia always remember the glorious city of Split where we spend the final 2 nights of our tour. Split is the second largest city in Croatia with a history dating back to the 4th century. The fortress like centre of the old town is a hub of history, shopping and restaurants all found in and around the remains of the Roman Diocletian’s Palace.

Agriculture

Farming and agriculture are diverse throughout the country. Our itinerary incorporates visits to typical Croatian olive groves, truffle farming and a variety of livestock farming from dairy to pigs. As with all our farm and technical visits throughout the world, time is given for discussion with local farmers allowing the opportunity to get a true insight in to the social life, economics, and agriculture of the country.

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It is difficult to find words adequate to express our thanks for the

wonderful tour  we have just experienced. It is great to go to another country and meet and talk to the native people to get a “feel” of their lifestyle and problems. The agricultural, sightseeing visits, and itinerary were so well organised. First class hotels,

a superb group of people,

and weather to help, we doubt the tour could have been better.

Mr & Mrs P

Great Ayton, North Yorks

Where in the world?

 

How to book

This tour is still in development. Contact us to register your interest and from there it's so simple. We we will send a full itinerary to you as soon as it's ready. Just fill in the booking form and we will organise the rest. Give us a call or send us an email and we can reserve you a place for up to 3 days while you get the form filled in.

We would love to hear from you so please do not hesitate!

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