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Excursion destinations

•Biokovo natural park

Biokovo is declared a natural park because of its extraordinary values of plant and animal diversity and natural beauties on almost 20 000 hectares of land. Mountain Biokovo highest peak is St. Jure, 1762 m high. This is a first class location for hiking. Only few mountains have reached the sea shores and enable its visitors such great panoramic views from the peaks. Up to the highest peak leads an asphalt road and in only half an hour car ride from any tourist place of Makarska Riviera you can reach the beautiful lookouts from where you can see this part of Dalmatia as in a flat of the hand.

• Split

The city often called “The most beautiful in the world” has around 200 000 inhabitants. It is over 17 centuries old and thanks to the fact that roman Emperor Diocletian has chosen that place to build his summer house, it became one of the most famous cities on Mediterranean. It is under UNESCO protection and has entered into the register of the World Cultural Heritage. It is located in a very centre of Adriatic coast. Split abounds with numerous cultural and historic sights and entertaining program. Night life takes place in many restaurants, clubs and discotheques. By day it is full of walkers and tourists that admire its beauties. The famous city walk – Riva, is a seaboard that stretches along the south walls of Diocletian palace. It is the most popular meeting place for citizens and city visitors. Split is the second largest city in Croatia and an important port for tourist transfer toward the islands and Italy. Daily, a great number of ferry boats navigate in direction of islands Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Vis and Šolta that all are attractive tourist destinations.

• Trogir

'This ancient town was founded on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo. Trogir represents a rare example of unchanged urban structure that is dated from the times of the old Greek town. Thanks to its excellent defensive position, Trogir managed to preserve its independence and freedom for centuries. The results are visible today in the impressive Renaissance and Baroque buildings and numerous artworks. One of the most significant hallmarks of the area is the cathedral of St. Ivan, patron saint of the city. It was built in the place of an early Christian basilica on the site where a Greek temple once stood. Its construction started in 1200, the south portal was finished in 1213 and in 1240 the stonemaster Radovan completed the western portal. In the following centuries the cathedral was reconstructed and expanded. The southern side was more pronounced with the construction of the bell tower on the southwestern corner over the entrance hall and the southern portal under which there is a round staircase. On the southern portal along the cross-shaped opening, there is a Latin inscription that tells of the time when the cathedral was constructed. Chronicles from those years mention that all the classes, including the poorest fishermen and peasants, contributed to the construction and the decoration of the home of their heavenly patron.

• Omiš

It is located on river Cetina estuary. Omiš is town of rich and famous history, ones a pirate seat from where they ruled the Adriatic, today is a centre of beautiful Omiš Riviera. It has become the most desirable Dalmatian and Croatian destination for the active vacation fans. Rafting on Cetina River, free climbing and sea sailing are on the reach of your hand. Omiš is famous by its beautiful long sandy beaches and slope mountains that are falling right in to the sea. It is also famous by the Festival of Dalmatian “klapa” within Omiš cultural summer. Many churches and old stone fortresses that you should visit are only a part of charm and offer of this small town.

• Plitvice Lakes

'The area of Plitvice lakes (Plitvička jezera) is considered to be one of the most beautiful natural attractions in Europe. In this forested mountain area there are 16 beautiful lakes of a crystal blue color. Over the centuries, water from these lakes has eroded and carved the surrounding rocks and the channels in a spectacular way. The mineral sedimentation from the flowing water and the growth of rare types of weeds and moss have caused the formation of spectacular waterfalls, channels and cascades. Mineral sedimentation covers the bottom of the lake with white shine and turns trees and stone in the water into fossil-like shapes. This extremely interesting biodynamic process is continuing in an undamaged environmental setting. Because of different environmental characteristics, the lakes are divided into two sections, Upper and Lower. The Upper lakes are located on the soil where the surface erosion creates spectacular scenery along the forest expanse that surrounds the lakes and waterfalls. The Lower lakes are located in the canyon of steep cliffs, formed by the river\’s flow. This is the area where numerous speleological attractions are located; the caves under the waterfalls are especially beautiful.
The area of Plitvice lakes was declared to be the National park in 1949. Because of its unique biological characteristics and beauty in 1979 it was included in the UNESCO World heritage List. The exceptional beauty of the lakes and waterfalls, rich animal and plant life, contrasts of autumn colors and clear mountain air, walks on the forest paths and wooden bridges, comfortable hotels and restaurants attract almost a million visitors each year.

• Dubrovnik

'Only a few cities in the world can be compared to Dubrovnik. Thick stone walls have managed to preserve the city\'s independence for over seven centuries. The wide, paved street Stradun, filled with bars, stores, churches and palaces combine entertainment, commerce and religion in one pulsing beat. Famous sculptures and architectural masterpieces reveal art treasures as public display. The way that the city walls rise and blend with the sky, hills and the sea proves that the human presence can have an enriching effect to the environment. It is difficult to name all the sights in Dubrovnik, let alone to set some apart.
The city grew and persevered through the turbulent centuries of conquests and destruction of the Middle Ages. Its most important treasure was its freedom that was preserved with wise diplomacy, even when the larger part of the Balkans was under the Turkish rule. Dubrovnik paid for its freedom in gold, but it always profited from it. For centuries, Dubrovnik was an independent republic with a mighty merchant fleet that sailed all over the Mediterranean. Such an environment has been a fertile ground for numerous artists and architects whose artwork benefited the city to such and extensive degree.
Strong walls with its towers protected the priceless treasures of cultural heritage such as Onofrio\'s fountain, Orlando\'s column, Stradun, the Duke\'s palace, Palace Sponza, Cathedral, Dominican and Franciscan monastery and numerous other monuments.

• Međugorje

Join our tour to experience the spirit of Međugorje. Discover and experience the phenomenon that has made Međugorje one of the most famous places of pilgrimage throughout the Catholic world, attracting millions of visitors. Since 1981, the Virgin Mary has been relaying Her message of peace to the seers, and this place has been attracting millions of visitors from all over the world. After Mass, those who wish may visit the Apparition Hill where the Virgin Mary first appeared to the children. Guide included.
Passport or equivalent document required.

• Mostar

Marvellous Mostar is a rare image of these areas, unique in its beauty. Old part of the town hides indescribable beauty of stone streets, small shops full of copper pottery and of course, the biggest and most beautiful prominence- stunning, old stone bridge stretching over the fructiferous river Neretva which tells you hundred years old stories, describes frightfull battles and listens to voices of many visitors who, being enchanted in some other time, walk through the town core and get the impression that the time stopped in this wonderful place of unknown culture and friendly householders. Mostar is the picturesque town which abounds with differences that will certainly capture your imagination.

• Vranjača

One of the most spectacular caves in Dalmatia is just 20 minutes of car ride away from Split. This far known geological phenomena of rich cave vegetation is located near Kotlenice village in Dugopolje county, below the northern slopes of Mosor mountain. Cave is discovered at the beginning of last century and in 1929 is opened for visitors. Tour across the cave is not particularly heavy but is not recommended for older and sick person.

• Imotski

Imotski is located deep into the outback of Dalmatian zagora. It is 50 km far from the sea but has marks of a small maritime town. Harmonic architecture based on stone and pleasant Mediterranean clime makes this inland town more maritime. It is located on 440 meters altitude from where you have a beautiful view on Imotski field. Near Imotski there are two hydrographical and geomorphologic natural phenomena. At the edge of the town lies Modro jezero (Blue Lake). In summer months it is also a bathing area. Because of its exceptional blue water people gave it such name. About 1 km away from the town in north-western direction lies another Imotski lake – Red lake. Red because of the red stones that surrounds the lake. Red lake is the deepest in Europe. Lake deepness is between 390 and 490 m, and the water deepness is around 250 m. Many stories and legend are connected with Blue and Red lake. They are far known tourist attraction and inevitable destination for visitors that like natural beauties. To drop the stone in the lake looks easy but only few have managed. In a short time it becomes a real torment. You could also attempt in this adventure.