Join us on our excursions
A cruise, of approximately 3 hours, takes you to one of the worlds’ most beautiful and romantic cities -Venice, a city which you need to see to believe.
During the sail, guide will give you basic information on the ship and today’s tour program. Upon arrival in Venice we proceed to ST.Mark’s Square, crossing the Academia Bridge, followed by many others while admiring the city’s renaissance architecture and historic buildings, each of them narrating its own story.
Istria is more than sunshine and sea! Experience the magic of Istria and allow us to guide you into the most beautiful Istran story.
Visit: Lim cannal (panoramic view), Porec? (Euphrasius Basilic- UNESCO list of world heritage), Beredine (the underworld), Motovun 12th century (mediaeval city of giants, legends and truffles), Groznjan 12th century (picturesque town of artists and jazz admirers), Hum 6th century ( according to Guinness the smallest town in the world), Pazin 10th century (castle on pit through Jules Verne story), Dvigrad (the abandoned city).
Take with you the flavors of Istra by tasting superb Istrian vines and delicatessen. Visit to a vine cellar and lunch at a typical Istrian tavern.
Situated in thick forest, Plitvice Lakes are considered to be one of the most beatiful natural phenomena in the world. Its 16 lakes, connected by 92 waterfalls, cascade trough a picturesque surrounding.
Plitvice Lakes were declared a National Park in 1949, and since 1979, they have been on the UNESCO’s list of World Natural Heritage.
The park’s attractions also include several caves and a variety of flora and fauna. A guided tour of the park lasts about two hours and half, including both a boat ride and a walking tour.
Rovinj Islands Panorama
This natural sights have been justly described as ‘outstanding scenic wunders’, because of the pristine beauty of the indented coastline and its forests, consisting of holm oak and Alpine pine trees.
This area ‘of outstanding natural beauty’ extends from SV. Ivan promontory to Barbariga, including all the Rovinj islands (13 islands) and the mainland 500 meters from the shore line you can see in panoramic cruise.
The Brijuni archipelago covers a group of 14 islands and islets of an exceptional beauty, famous also for their archeological findings. Brijuni were declared a National Park in 1984. On this tour you will visit the island of Veli Brijun (Large Briun), the largest island of the archipelago. A four-hour ride on a tourist train will take you to the safari park where various exotic animals live wild, in the open air. You will also see the remains of a Bysantine fortresses from the 2nd century B.C., as well as a Roman summer residence from the 1st century A.D. Afterwards you will visit the Archeological Museum and the 15th century St.Jerome’s church.
Postojna Cave, Slovenia
This is an excursion for all those who love nature and thoroughbred horses. After a pleasant drive we arrive to small place of Postojna, where we can see one of the best known and most beautiful caves in Europe. The caves are 22 km long, and an electic train will take us through a part of it, after which we shall walk for about 2 kilometers through the most beautiful parts of the caves.
Afterwards, we continue to Lipica, the place where the well-known Lipizzaner horses have been bred for centuries. Sportswear recommended. Passport or equivalent document required
The underwater exploration of the beautiful sea life, diving show with diver, panoramic cruise along the coast and great chance of seeing dolphins.
Day or Night!
The city of Pula, situated in the southernmost part of istrian peninsula, boasts a history long over 3000 years. This most important Istrian port has always attracted seamen from all the Mediterranean civilizations. Numerous cultural monuments from the Roman times adorn this city: the Amphitheatre, the Arch of the Sergius, Forum, Temple of Augustus. A panoramic drive offers us a picture of the port in the centuries following the fall of the Roman empire up to our days.
The flooded karstic canyon, which has been declared ‘a special maritime reserve’ and ‘an area of outstanding beauty’, is a testimony to the climate changes and geological evolution of Istria.
With its emerald green sea and varied vegetation this is one of the most beautiful fjords on the Adriatic coast. The cove is 28 km long and is 4 km away by sea from Rovinj. Here is also situated Romuald’s cave (pirates cave).
The tourism in Porec is more than sun, sea and perfect tourist image. The summer visitors know how to recognize the city that is still keeping its historical values. You can visit museums, galleries, city pallaces, ect. Many of our guests probably do not know that they are walking on the streets that have been built during the Roman times. Visit the Euphasianian basilica, an architectural monument and the church museum.
Porec was many times declared as the capital of the Croatian tourism