Oenological and gastronomic experiences

Touch of history of the Skradin region

At first, the peaceful shores of Skradin city will not revealthe secret of its culture, which stretches over 2000 years,and concealed just like the strategically positioned city, with its fertile fields, its river and sea depths and oddly beautiful landscapes. This harmony is mirrored in Skradin’s Medieval City Statute from the 14th century, during the rule of the famous Pavao Šubić, when Skradin was the capital of Croatia and Bosnia. Further back, in the 4th century, Skradin was the home of early Christian bishops. Even earlier, it was the capital city of the Roman province of Liburnia, and before that capital city of Liburnia. We came up with a cycling tour that leads from Skradin towards the Bićane village across Prukljana to Sonković village. On the route, you will get the opportunity to see the wealth of historic remains, forts,churches as well as to taste authentic foods and wines.

The travel package ranges from one to three days. The activity programme for a three-day package includes: Day 1 – cycling through the picturesque landscapes and untouched nature, acquainting the antique Skradin history; Day 2 – visit to the Sonković Tower and fresh water well; Day 3 – visit to the churches of Alojzije Stepinac and St.Mark, traditional lunch. The package is available from April through October for groups from 5 to 25 people. Accommodation is available in private housing or hotel (three or four star) while transport isby bus. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English andGerman, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Skradin hinterland on two wheels

Skradin is a town with narrow paved streets, passages, archways and steps where the entire old city center isa protected cultural monument. At a glance, the peaceful shores of Skradin probably don’t reveal the secret of its citycenter and gastro culture, which is over 2000 years old. Discover with us parts of the past by exploring Skradin and its hinterland. Experience nature by visiting the protected Guduča ornithological reserve. Pleasantly cycling, we will pass by a large olive grove and one of the five oldest Croatian cemeteries dating back to the 8th and 9th centuries. We will climb down to Roški Waterfall, with its numerous cascades aspot of the Krka National Park that you cannot miss. We will view an old Roman road transiting across the waterfall, as well as a series of mills, stacks and washboards located on either side of the waterfall.

The travel package can be arranged to last four days. The activityprogramme for a four-day package includes: Day 1 – check in, meetingthe guides, customizing the bikes, free time, dinner walking the city,dinner; Day 2 – breakfast, brief meeting with the guides, Skradin;Day 3 – breakfast, MTB track; Day 4 – breakfast, Skradin – Bukići– Gradina – Danilo Gornje. The package is available throughout theyear for groups from 5 to 30 people. Accommodation is availablein private housing or hotel (three or four star) while transport is bycar or bus. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English and German, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Wines of the Hinterland

Sometimes, the best way to meet an area is through the wines itproduces on smaller, family run wineries. You will bond with yourlocal hosts through tastes and scents, making you feel at home. Bibich wine is a family wine cellar that has been producing winefor several generations. Their wines are on the wine lists of the world’s best restaurants. Beside the Bibich wine tasting, youwill also experience several sensational molecular gastronomy dishes. The young Sladić family winemaker will show you theirvineyard, the place where the wine is made, offering you theirbest wines to taste. For those looking to explore their offer further, the Sladić family offers domestic liqueurs, which they are also known for. The liqueurs are made with quality grapes, soaked in the wild fruit grown in the village of Plastovo. All of the above awaits you, including a compulsory Dalmatian peka and pleasant company of the host.

The travel package is arranged to last three days. The activity programme for a three-day package includes: Day 1 – visit to the family Sladić winery where wines are made from locally grown,indigenous grapes in Skradin; Day 2 – stay in Skradin, visit to the Bibich winery; Day 3 – visit to another Sladić winery, which is famous for the Maraština. The package is available throughout the year for groups from 5 to 30 people. Accommodation is available in three or four-star properties, while transport is available via car, minivan or bus. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English or German, other languages upon request. All of the given informationis indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Wine Tour Plastovo

The treatment of soil and the exploitation of the surrounding river and marine resources has always been the core activityof the inhabitants of Skradin. Ancient sites the likes of the Roman Villa Rustica with remains of a wine press, and wine and olive pools illustrate this fact perfectly. Even before the Roman era, the great Liburnian sailors had transported their products with Liburnian ships. By visiting the three indigenous winemakers of the Skradin hinterland - the Bibić family and the two Sladić families, you will enjoy both simple bites as well as assorted menus of dishes made from local foods, which draw from traditional food preparation methods, masterfully combined with local, indigenous winesof various types carefully selected to create a unique enogastro experience. You will feel the authentic nature of the Skradin region and the way its inhabitants live.

The travel package ranges from one to two days. The activity programme for a two-day package includes: Day 1 and Day 2 – visit to three wineries, tasting menus, visit of the collection of original tools,machinery and equipment for the production of alcoholic beverages.The package is available throughout the year for groups of 5 to 30 people. Accommodation is available in private housing or three orfour-star hotels, while transport can arranged via private vehicle or bus. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English or German, other languages upon request. All of the given informationis indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Wine Roads of Primošten


Babić is an indigenous Croatian type of grapevine that makesup 99% of the Primošten are vineyards, growing grapes to makethe famous Croatian wine, Babić. At the first mention of Babić,wine lovers mostly recall the images of the stone Primošten lace from the location of Bucavac, often seen in various adverts. This image perfectly contours the conditions needed to cultivate this demanding sort of vine, to produce the majestic wine Babić. The Bucavac vineyard is the most famous place for Babić rearing. The picture of this vineyard is exhibited in the building of the United Nations as an ode to human labour. The Marinov winery in Vezac village will show you the way grapes are processed into wine, the process of production and preservation of the Babić wine. At Jurlin’s Court you will be presented with the ethnography andsacral collection of the Primošten area, granting you an insight into the traditional way of life in the Dalmatian hinterland.

The travel package is arranged to last several days. The activity programme for a three-day package includes: Day 1 – Bucavac,vineyard; Day 2 – Marinov winery in the village of Vezac; Day 3 –Jurlinov Court. The package is available from March 1st to November 1st for groups of 1 to 10 people. Accommodation is available in threeor four-star hotels or private housing, while transport can arranged via bus or minivan. Professional guides are available in Croatian or English, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Gastro Pleasures of the Magical Krka River

The Krka National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Croatia, and walking, sailing or driving along theKrka River from its source to its delta, accompanied by a host and in small groups, is a unique experience of culture, gastronomy and nature. Enjoy the most beautiful views ofthe Knin fortress or the Čikola Canyon. Explore with us the well-known locations of the Krka National Park and some of the lesser-known and often neglected parts of this natural beauty. We will reveal to you the locations and stories known only to the local population, visiting rural households to discover the life, the people, the customs and foods of the Dalmatian Zagora and enjoying the untouched nature of the Krka National Park. Make memories packed with the best flavours and aromas of this region.

The travel package ranges from four to seven days. The activity programme for a four-day package includes: Day 1 – tour of Drniš, the Meštrović mausoleum, zipline across the Čikola Canyon, the Ključica fortress, visit to a prosciutto cellar, dinner at a village estate; Day2 – Visovac, Roški Waterfall and the Oziđana Cave, local food tasting,sailing to the Greek orthodox monastery; Day 3 – Burnum, Manojlovac,Puljani, Bilušića brk, cheese diary visit, wine tasting. The package isavailable from April 1st to November 1st for groups from 2 to 15people. Accommodation is available in rural estates, private rooms or hotels. Transport is arranged by the agency. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English or German, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Magical and Authentic Croatia

The most famous Croatian photographer Ivo Pervan says that Šibenik is the most photogenic city in the world. One can argue the whole region can be included in that statement – the waterfalls of the Krka National Park, the islands of the Kornati archipelago, the scents of the hinterland villages, all of which can be conveyed in photography. Our tour will not be lacking in the experiences and motives for countless photographs. We begin in Šibenik, in its old town core, with its great fortresses. The islands of Prvić and Zlarin exude the Mediterranean as it once was, and the same goes for their architecture and visuals. The magic of the Krka waterfalls is best experienced outside of the hot summer months, with plenty of water and the absence of tourists. Hidden secrets are kept in the villages, stone houses, drywall structures, local specialties and wines,eye catching and delicious foods. Accompanied by a tour and photoguide, you will have the opportunity to discover the best-hidden photo locations that offer stories of a rich culture and gastronomy.

The travel package ranges from four to seven days. The activity programme for a four-day package includes: Day 1 – photo tour ofŠibenik; Day 2 – photo tour of Prvić and Zlarin; Day 3 – photo tour ofthe Krka national park; Day 4 – photo tour of the Šibenik hinterland.The package is available throughout the year for groups from 2 to 20 people. Accommodation is available in three or four-star properties,while transport is arranged for the needs of the programme. Professional guides are available in Croatian and English, otherlanguages upon request. All of the given information is indicative andnot binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Croatia - the Flavours of the Mediterranean

In addition to being proud of Croatia’s natural beauty, Croatiansare also very proud of their gastronomy. Based on the traditional, natural and healthy Mediterranean diet, this cuisine was recognized for its value by UNESCO, which has placed it on its list of nonmaterial cultural heritage in 2013. Join us and we will introduce you to the genuine flavours of mysterious locations. We will provide you with a real and meaningful tie to the people, places, culture,food, heritage and environment by traveling through less frequent locations and routes on the charming Mediterranean islands of theŠibenik archipelago, on the coast and in the hinterland of Šibenik, allowing you to discover these hidden pearls of Croatia. You will enjoy our cuisine, wines and a good atmosphere, explore hidden corners, meet interesting people, and hear their stories. Far from the mask of civilization and uncompromising standardization of atourist offer, you will become part of the true Dalmatia.

The travel package ranges from two to eight days. The activity programme for a four-day package includes: Day 1 – Šibenik; Day2 – Primošten; Day 3 – Skradin, visit to the waterfalls and trails ofthe Krka National Park, wine tour at the vineyard on the hill, far fromthe tourist trails in a quiet oasis, hidden from view; Day 4 – sailingto Prvić and Zlarin. Preparing the traditional Croatian meal with a Croatian family in an authentic atmosphere. The package is availa blethroughout the year for groups from 2 to 20 people. Accommodationis available according to guest preference, while transport is arrangedfor the needs of the programme, and upon request outside of the programme too. Professional guides are available in Croatian and English, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Scents and Flavours of Home

The Dalmatian Hinterland is known for its appealing delicacies,the best Croatian prosciutto, vintage cheeses and wines. Our journey will feature the alluring scents and flavours of a homeland. Embedded in local stories, people and cultural landmarks – you will be stunned. Our journey through the scents and flavours ofthe Dalmatian Hinterland is a gastronomic excursion through the hinterland of the towns of Knin and Drniš where the oldest heritage and tradition is maintained, going back eight centuries.The food on our menu is prepared traditionally: lamb is roasted or made ispod peke, cheese is made from sheep’s milk, and the most famous, world-recognized prosciutto of Drniš, bar none. If you would like to taste the fruits of the Krka River: fish, shellfish and crabs as well as wines and olive oil from the Skradin hinterland,we will indulge you and visit the local wine and oil makers, saving you a seat at the table with the best fish specialties of the region.

The travel package ranges from one to two days. The activity programme for a two-day package includes: Day 1 – eno-gastrotour of Knin and Drniš; Day 2 – eno-gastro tour of Skradin and its surroundings. The package is available throughout the year forgroups from 2 to 20 people. Accommodation is available in three or four-star properties, while transport is arranged for the needs ofthe programme. Professional guides are available in Croatian andEnglish, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer.

Trailing Olives, Wines and Extraordinary Loveliness

Our O’live good life programme is a mixture of all sensory experiences: the amazing beauty of untouched nature andcultural heritage, touching the water in the areas of the nationalparks, making contact with the nature, people... just being apart of the local daily life, treating yourself to the various tastes of a rich gastronomic experience. A river that plunges into thesea, a hinterland where the Mediterranean meets a truly uniquecuisine that includes almost everything: fish specialties of boththe river and sea variety, the famous Skradin risotto, Dalmatianprosciutto, Skradin cake, fruits and vegetables grown far from city pollution – so many reasons for you to visit! Picking olives is an ideal opportunity for people to work together. This is an opportunity to get away from everyday life, a place where real and effective relationships in the outdoors are built with the help of the soothing energy of the olive trees.

The travel package ranges from one to five days. The activity programme for a five-day package includes: Day 1 – O’live good life in the Krka National Park and the Skradin area; Day 2 – O’live good life on the island of Zlarin; Day 3 - O’live good life at the Krka National Park and on Murter; Day 4 - O’live good life in Primošten; Day 5 -O’live good life in Šibenik. The package is available throughout the year for groups from 2 to 20 people. Accommodation is available inthree or four-star properties, while transport is arranged for the needs of the programme. Professional guides are available in Croatian and English, other languages upon request. All of the given information is indicative and not binding; please contact us for a final offer

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