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Wine Of Dalmatian Islands 3 Days Tour

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DAY1 Brač The Island of Brač is well known for its delicious food, wine, and olive oil which we will take you on the first day of our tour. We will visit the oldest village on . .
Country: Croatia
City: Korcula
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Wine Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
Package Itinerary

DAY1 – Bra?

The Island of Bra? is well known for its delicious food, wine, and olive oil which we will take you on the first day of our tour.

We will visit the oldest village on the island Bra?, Škrip, and its museum where we will guide you through the history of the island. Afterward, we will visit the Olive oil museum where we will have an olive oil tasting.

Our journey will take us to Kaštil Gospodneti? in village Dol. Castellum is built in a prominent part of the village during the Turkish-Venetian wars. In the castellum, we will enjoy Bra? traditional cuisine and wine. Castellum itself is surrounded by vineyards where we can take a walk.

We will take you for a wine tasting in the best winery on the island. Wine tasting is held in an authentic old wine cellar with a charming atmosphere reminding of old times. We will take a tour of the cellar learning about the wine production process including grape specifics, processing, fermentation, barrel specifics, and bottling. We will taste five splendid wines including three reds, one white and one rose among which famous Bra? sort - Plavac mali.


- Transfer and pick up from the port

- Visiting Škrip

- Guided tour of Bra? museum

- Guided tour of the Olive oil museum

- Traditional dinner in Gospodneti? castellum

- Guided tour of the winery and wine tasting in Dra?evica

- Return to the port of Split


Transfer, guide, olive oil tasting, entry tickets to museums, wine tasting with delicacies, dinner traditional style.

DAY2 – Kor?ula

Covered with dense pine forest, the island was named Korkyra Melaina, meaning “Black Kor?ula”, by the Greeks in the 3rd century B.C. They first founded Lumbarda, looking for new locations for wineries where we’ll take first. Here you’ll get familiar with a local white wine sort Grk, but also with other gastro specialties of Kor?ula such as cheese, olive oil, grappa, and much more.

The wine-tasting tours offered on the island include visits to local wineries in the villages of Lumbarda, ?ara, and Smokvica, where white wines Grk and Pošip are traditionally produced for centuries.

The city of Kor?ula awaits us, one of the most beautiful medieval cities on the Adriatic Coast. We tour its charming streets and squares with Renaissance palaces, and magnificent Cathedral of St Mark, the city’s patron saint, and of course Marco Polo’s house.

Finish the day with a traditional dinner in Kor?ula.


- Transfer from Split to Vela Luka

- Departure to Smokvica, ?ara, and Lumbarda for wine tasting

- Tour of the vineyard in Lumbarda

- Traditional dinner in Kor?ula

- Accommodation in a hotel in Kor?ula


Transfer, guide, wine tasting with delicacies, dinner traditional style, accommodation.

DAY3 – Pelješac

The Pelješac Peninsula is the most famous region in Croatia for the production of quality red wines. You will visit a household in the village of Kuna. This village boasts the prettiest Konoba (a Dalmatian-style tavern) in the area, which will be an opportunity to experience a warm Dalmatian welcome in the form of an excellent homemade herb brandy, local food, and wine of a quality that you would not be able to obtain in any posh restaurant or purchase in any shop.

We will take you to Dinga? hills, the most famous Croatian wine brand where grapes grow on 60-degree inclined slopes. But the real treat is the donkey farm, a one-of-a-kind experience where you will learn everything about this magnificent animal, receive a donkey riding certificate, and maybe even milk one.

In the end, you will visit Ston, a gothic medieval city, surrounded by 6 kilometers of city walls, the long ones in Europe. It’s famous for its rare and delicious breed of oyster and salt pains.


- Pick up from the hotel and transfer to Orebi? port

- Transfer and guide through Pelješac

- Traditional dinner

- Transfer to Split


Transfer, a guided tour through vineyards, visit a donkey farm, wine tasting, winemaking lessons, and traditional dinner.

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