Enjoy the views from the historic hilltop towns of Istria during an 8-hour group excursion with a private guide. Snap a few photos of postcard-perfect scenery like olive groves, the Istrian coastline and countryside as you discover hamlets like Groznjan and Motovun. A wine tasting is also included.
• 8 hours
Join this day trip to discover some of the highlights of the Istrian Peninsula. At the conclusion of hotel pickups in Pula and Medulin, you'll be transported through time where the Istrian Peninsula of Croatia may look a bit more like its neighbor - Italy. Within a span of 8 hours, you'll visit the hilltop village of Bale, explore Rovinj also called, 'Little Venice,' enjoy an Istrian lunch in Grizini and immerse yourself in more than 2,000 years of history in Porec. Tour includes a professional guide, hotel pickup and drop-off from selected hotels in Pula and Medulin, and Istrian lunch.
• 8 hours
Take a full day, and drive over to Slovenia, on an air-conditioned coach, to view one of Europe’s most intriguing spots, Lake Bled. With a morning departure, spend 10-hours with your professional, local guide - and visit Bled Castle, with tickets included.
• 10 hours
Visit Opatija, the pearl of the Adriatic that enchants you with its villas and parks on this 7-hour group sightseeing day trip. Round-trip transportation from your accommodation in Pula, Rovinj, Poreč, Novigrad or Umag is included. This tour operates in a group of up to 50 participants.
• 7 hours
Venice is, without a doubt, one of the most glorious and romantic cities in the world and thus one of the most desired destinations. A pleasant three-hour long boat ride will take you to magnificent Venice and make your vacation a spectacular experience.
• 12 hours
Porec is one of Istria’s most renowned tourist destinations. It successfully balances the authentic charm of a small coastal town filled with magnificent historical sites, with the perks and exciting features modern and active travelers expect. During the high season the town can often be packed with tourists, so an ideal escape from the crowds is to spend the day sea kayaking.Spread across 37 km of stunning coastline, the Porec Riviera is ideal for a sea kayaking trip, which will show you Porec in another light and give you the chance to explore the area from a different perspective. This half-day round trip is ideal for those who want to explore coastal Istria in an exciting and adventurous way, but also for families with children and groups who want to have active day with beautiful scenery.This is a round-trip tour and ends at the starting point, where you can relax by the sea, swim, rent Stand Up Paddling boards or rent bikes to explore the lovely countryside.
• 6 hours
Croatia is known for its breathtaking sunsets. One of the best places to enjoy them is out on the sea in a kayak or on a Stand Up Paddle board. We will paddle away from shore before sunset, with plenty of time to enjoy views of the Istrian coastline and surrounding islands.We will take a break on an island where you can relax and do snorkeling before we set out to the sea again to unwind and watch the sun slowly disappear below the horizon, leaving a trail of brilliant colors in its wake.There will be time to paddle back to shore just before dark. This trip is suitable for the whole family – beginners and advanced paddlers alike.
• 4 hours
You will enjoy in lakes and waterfalls of Plitvice National Park on a private 10-hours tour from Poreč. This is a most popular National park in Croatia with more than 1 million visitors during the year. You will enjoy in unique and beautiful nature.
• 10 hours
Visit the charming Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, and Bled, a popular tourist destination, which is considered one of the most beautiful alpine resorts also known as the Alpine pearl.
• 8 hours
Experience Mediterranean flavours in their purest form, the product of imagination and nature. Let these new tastes reveal themselves to you, intensifying your senses and dismissing the stress of the outside world, replacing it with new friendships and experiences to treasure and share.Istria, a wonderful peninsula that lies near the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, is famous for its coastal sights and its vibrant green inland vegetation, with numerous cultural-historic attractions and memorable natural vistas viewed from village hilltops. Additionally, it is a treasure trove of culinary delights. Istrian cuisine is a reflection of the climatic, geographical, and historical wonders of the area, combining multiple local culinary traditions based on olive oil, seafood, seasonal vegetables, aromatic spices, and indigenous plants. Hidden beneath your Istrian host’s smile is an on-going invitation to taste and discover the real features of this idyllic coastal land.
• 8 hours