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A trip for gourmets. Experience Istria in a special way. In one day try the specialties offered by the peninsula such as wine, cheese, shellfish, fish, olive oil and many other delights ...
In the morning we recommend a visit to one of the many caves which are widespread in our peninsula, followed by a rest and refreshments in one of the rural country estates with visits to wine cellars as well as tasting Istrian brandy and wines by a renowned winemaker. This is followed by an easy ride on local roads to the Lim bay in Istria, this unusual geomorphologic phenomenon is a result of the Lim’s creek submerging.
The bay itself stands out for its banks which are covered with deciduous trees and conifers, and is also a tourist attraction known for its oyster shells and fish farms.
Here we suggest a free time for lunch on the basis of seafood specialties and for those interested we recommend a boat ride lasting an hour. During the afternoon a planned visit to oil mills where the Istra peninsula is abundant, a tour of the olive groves and oil mills by a professional tour guide as well as olive oil tasting.
Plitvice Lakes, one of eight Croatian national parks, which every guest who comes to Croatia should see. The trip towards this natural phenomenon starts in the early morning hours. During the journey towards the distination, we will be passing through the central Istria, as well as the Kvarner bay using the Adriatic Highway from where you can see the islands of Krk, Cres and Losinj all the way down to Senj, town of deserters and summer carnivals, and then across Vratnik turning to Lika, here you will see one of the most beautiful views where on one side there is Kvarner and on the other Lika.
The Plitvice Lakes were declared a national park in 1949 and are under the protection of UNESCO since 1979. It is a wooded mountain area in with 16 smaller and larger lakes connected by cascades and waterfalls. The tour lasts approximately 3 hours and consists of hiking trails and transportation by boat across the largest lake Kozjak, then by an electric train. After enjoying the natural beauty that abounds in this area and recharging your battery; when returning to the starting point we recommend going through Gorski Kotar, the green heart of Croatian.
Istria, the largest Croatian peninsula is attractive not only because of its coast but also its inland. Join us in discovering the red, gray and white Istria, its many hills and olive groves and vineyards. Istria is also full of cultural and historical monuments.
You will see the medieval cities surrounded by walls, which are located on the picturesque hills and offer a fascinating view of the surrounding valleys and fields. We will visit Grožnjan - the town of artists and musicians, Motovun - famous by its Film Festival, where you will be able to taste truffles, followed by a walk along its medieval walls, from where one can see Cicarija and Učka, as well as the West coast, the whole valley of Mirna and also Teran where the hills are covered with vineyards. In the end we will visit Pula, and see an amphitheatre, the Triumphal Arch and other monuments.