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Korčula & Pelješac: Wine & Culture Experience from Dubrovnik

1. Korčula & Pelješac: Wine & Culture Experience from Dubrovnik

When it comes to Croatian winemaking, the stunning Pelješac peninsula and the beautiful island of Korčula are two destinations not to be missed. The scenic peninsula of Pelješac stretches out like a green finger into the Adriatic Sea. Picturesque vineyards cling to rocky slopes dotted by the thick Mediterranean vegetation. A short ferry ride brings you to a beautiful island steeped in history – the island of Korčula. A trip to these jewels of the Croatian coastline makes for a magical day where you will be awestruck by the region's natural beauty while having the chance to sip exquisite local wines. The Pelješac peninsula personifies the best of the Mediterranean – a spectacular coastline and wild interior, hidden coves and beaches, vineyards, oyster bays, historic towns and villages, delicious food, and great wines. A short ferry trip brings you to the magical island of Korčula and its fairy-tale like walled town. The walled city, birthplace of Marco Polo, was first mentioned in the 10th century and every pristine stone has its own special history. This tour offers two spectacular destinations in one day all combined with exceptional cuisines and fine wines, making for a perfect day trip from Dubrovnik. And as the Croatian saying goes “A day without wine is like a day without sunshine”.

Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

2. Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

The city of Dubrovnik is known for a lot of things: its UNESCO-worthy Old Town, the sprinkling of idyllic islands that surround the mainland, the ancient city walls that comprise King's Landing in the popular HBO show 'Game of Thrones'... However, one thing that Dubrovnik is not know for, and should be, is the incredible food and wine. Take a lovely guided tour of the city's World Heritage Site-listed Old Town, and visit four cozy restaurants nestled within for a taste of Dubrovnik's unique gastronomy. Walk down the beautiful cobblestone streets and alleyways of the Old Town, and pass by some of the city's major sights, including the Franziscan and Dominican monasteries, the palaces of Sponza and Rector, and the Baroque cathedral. Discover national culinary traditions through the years, and enjoy a tasting of various snacks accompanied by a glass of local wine. Finish the fun food adventure at a cute patisserie within the ancient walls of Old Town for a taste of traditional Croatian cake.

Taste of Dalmatia Tour from Dubrovnik

3. Taste of Dalmatia Tour from Dubrovnik

Embark on an immersive food and history tour to some of the most picturesque locations in Croatia– Orašac , Ston, and Mali Ston. Led by an expert guide, taste wine, sample seafood, and learn about the ancient production of olive oil, all the while soaking up the intricate history of the area. The tour begins with a pleasant bus ride along the exquisite Adriatic coastline stopping-off firstly at the quaint village of Orašac. In a typical old-fashioned house, you will experience the traditional production method of olive oil, with the mill driven by a horse. Take the opportunity to taste some home made cheese, smoked ham, and wine. Afterwards continue towards the small town of Stone, the oyster capital of Croatia. This little town appears like a mini Dubrovnik in its picturesque architecture and atmosphere. Especially interesting are the magnificent walls surrounding the town. Construction began on these walls in 1317, and they were finished in the 16th century. After visiting Ston enjoy a relaxing walk along the sea in the town of Mali Ston. Here you can admire views over the oyster and mussel farms and taste the famous seafood of the region in a local restaurant.

Dubrovnik: Sunset Kayaking Tour with Fruit Snack and Wine

4. Dubrovnik: Sunset Kayaking Tour with Fruit Snack and Wine

Enjoy one of Dubrovnik's most popular summer activities and experience the city’s stunning natural and historical heritage on a sunset kayaking tour. You can see Dubrovnik from a new perspective, viewing the city walls from the seaside and enjoying amazing sights from your kayak. Your tour commences near Pile Bay, before venturing around the island of Lokrum before stopping in the Betina cave for some snorkeling and a snack break. Paddle by the city walls before the tour returns to and concludes at Pile Bay. After returning to land, enjoy a glass of wine.

Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Wine and Beer

5. Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Wine and Beer

Meet your friendly skipper at Dubrovnik’s Old Port in the early evening and board your private boat. Head out onto the water, admiring impressive views of the Old Town district and the historical city walls. As you sail, soak up the last of the sunshine and the refreshingly cool sea breeze while listening to your skipper share facts about the local area. Arrive at Lokrum Island, an absolute must-see on your vacation to Dubrovnik. Marvel at the island’s fascinating caves, tall trees, and colorful peacocks roaming freely. There’s also time for a quick dip in the glistening ocean, so don’t forget your swimsuit. From here, sail out onto the open sea where you can see beautiful coral reef beneath the water. As the sun begins to sink into the horizon, drift gently around Koločep Island, one of the three Elaphite Islands. Lazing on the boat, you’ll have the best seats in the house to watch the sky as it is transformed with colors. Throughout the cruise, sip on tasty beer and wine whilst enjoying complimentary snacks. Your skipper also has a GoPro camera to capture all those unforgettable memories.

Discover Korcula from Dubrovnik including Winery Visit

6. Discover Korcula from Dubrovnik including Winery Visit

Start your journey to the island of Korčula exploring a small town called Ston, one of the best fortified towns in Europe, town famous for its production of mussels and oysters. After a pleasant journey the peninsula Pelješac will surprise you with its vineyards, breathtaking views on the small bays and islands. Discover narrow streets, the unique St. Mark's Cathedral built in Venetian style, numerous well-preserved palaces and the birthplace of famous traveler Marco Polo. Finish your journey visiting a winery and tasting local wines and brandies.

Konavle Valley: Private Half-Day Tour with Wine Tasting

7. Konavle Valley: Private Half-Day Tour with Wine Tasting

Discover the Croatian countryside outside Dubrovnik during a 4- to 6-hour guided trip to the Konavle Valley. Travel from Dubrovnik (30 kilometers) or Cavtat (10 kilometers) with a local guide, sample locally-produced wine from family-run wineries, and enjoy a traditional lunch.  Visit Konavle's River Ljuta, see the lush greenery and natural beauty of the small national park and explore Sokol Tower. Located at the southern-most tip of Croatia, near the border of Montenegro, Konavle Valley is flanked by the Adriatic Sea and the foothills of Sniježnica Mountain. The valley boasts an ample number of vineyards, as the climactic and geological conditions are ripe for wine-making. Listen to your guide share the history of the area, as you travel from charming village to village, passing by olive orchards and citrus groves as your vehicle winds its way through the rural landscape.  Visit a family winery and meet the local wine-makers. Learn all about the main characteristics of southern Dalmatian wine and how to produce it. Sample the best reds and whites on offer and don’t skip on the sweet dessert wines. At a vineyard, indulge in a typical lunch and feast on cheese, bacon, and bread.

From Dubrovnik: Mostar & Kravice Waterfalls Private Tour

8. From Dubrovnik: Mostar & Kravice Waterfalls Private Tour

After getting picked up from your accommodation by an air-conditioned vehicle and meeting your driver/ guide, enjoy the trip north of the city, passing through beautiful seaside villages on the Dubrovnik Riviera. Travel along coastal roads and enjoy fine views over the Elafite Islands. Stop in the town of Neum, Bosnia’s only seaside town for a coffee break. On the way to Mostar, you will visit the medieval town of Pocitelj. After some free time in Pocitelj, continue your tour towards Mostar. Mostar is the town where the north meets the south and the west meets the east, a town where the Neretva River divided cultures and religions over the centuries and where the differences and contrasts can be seen on every corner. See the dominant influence of centuries long Turkish rule, view tall, slim minarets reaching for the sky, walk the cobblestone streets of the bazaar with the rhythmic tapping of hammers against copper plates being transformed into pretty souvenirs and admire houses with ornate wooden balconies all to remind you of times gone by. Enjoy authentic food in one of the most picturesque local restaurants. On your way back to Dubrovnik, stop to visit the Kravice Waterfalls. The natural splendor of Kravice must be seen to be believed. A cool refreshing mist belies the beauty of a crystal clear aquatic marvel that is well-worth seeing. In the late afternoon, you will return back to your hotel. Your host might surprise you with some additional places to visit in Croatia, and you will be able to decide with him depending on how much time you have.

Private Full-Day Wine Tour from Dubrovnik to Peljesac

9. Private Full-Day Wine Tour from Dubrovnik to Peljesac

Familiarize yourself with Croatian wines on a private, full-day wine tasting trip from Dubrovnik. Visit 3 family-owned domaines and taste around 15 red Plavac mali and white Posip, Grk, Malvazija, or Marastina wines from the bottle and barrel. Begin your day with a drive to the Peljesac Peninsula, approximately an hour from Dubrovnik. Stop off at the wineries, touring the vineyards and cellars and enjoying tutored tastings at each spot. You will also meet the wine makers who will tell you all about their wineries and wines. Stop for delicious lunch in a local restaurant famous for its typical Croatian cuisine. You will also have the opportunity to buy wine at discount prices. Spend time in the medieval town of Ston, famous for its production of oysters and wine, and take the opportunity to try both.

Full-Day Peljesac Wine Tour

10. Full-Day Peljesac Wine Tour

The Pelješac peninsula is known as one of the best wine-producing regions in Croatia. The culture of growing grapes dates back 4,000 years and stems from the ancient Greeks. Due to its specific geographic and climatic predispositions the area has become a leading region in growing grapes and producing wine. This tour allows you to sample the best local wines and enjoy the magnificent peninsula and picturesque vineyards. You will be taken on a breathtakingly scenic one-hour walk through the unique wine-growing region of Dingac. On the way you will gain some great insight into local life and the traditions of this unique region from your tour guide. Afterwards you will recharge in one of the local restaurants with domestic specialties. You will be taken to three well-known wine cellars and taste the country’s finest wines. Visit the town ofSton, notable for its traditional production of salt and it oyster and mussel cultivation.

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What people are saying about Dubrovnik–Neretva County

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 157 reviews

Food tours are one of favorite activities when we visit a new city and this food tour definitely met our expectations. Our guide led us around the old town and introduced us to several restaurants known for their local cuisine. She explained the history and relevance of the food as well as how they were prepared. The wine pairings with each tasting were excellent and we learned about several regional wines. I would highly recommend this food tour.

George was the best guide ever. Easy to understand, very Accommodating we felt like he had our best interest at heart. And we felt very safe.

We enjoyed the trip and Peter was so nice answering all our questions. He is highly recommended for this kind of Tour

Very nice experience. We had a good time with our guide.

Very insightful guide and tried a lot of delicious food