Private Dubrovnik and Country Home
Your journey begins at the port as you meet up with your private guide for a scenic, 60 minute ride down the Dalmatian Coast with its 32 distinctly different...
DescriptionYour journey begins at the port as you meet up with your private guide for a scenic, 60 minute ride down the Dalmatian Coast with its 32 distinctly different villages that comprise the Dubrovnik Riviera.Arrive at the small village of Poljica, that has survived since the Middle Ages, and make your way to the Glavic family home. The Glavics have lived in this area for generations and are producers of grape brandy, olive oil, and wine. They will take you around the grounds, share with you how they produce their goods, and then treat you to a delicious homemade lunch accompanied by charming entertainment.After thanking the Glavics for their generous hospitality, you will travel back to Dubrovnik with some free time to explore this ancient city. Walk among the medieval stone walls, ramparts, and Pile Gate into a maze of cobblestone streets and narrow alleyways where you will find the Stradun, the city's wide marble pedestrian walkway and main thoroughfare since the 11th century.Inside this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, the circular 15th century Onofrio Fountain, Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Franciscan Monastery and Pharmacy, and much more await you.Reserve this 5-hour private tour today and get ready for an authentic taste of Croatia and the beautiful ancient city of Dubrovnik.Please Note: Vehicles available for this tour accommodate groups of up to 2, 7 or 16 guests maximum. Groups with more than 16 guests will need to book multiple vehicles. Please take this information into consideration when booking.
Just outside the security area on the pier if your ship is docked. If your ship is at anchor, your tour will depart from the tender pier shore side.
Preparation AdviceWe recommend wearing comfortable clothing and sensible, flat-soled walking shoes. Sunscreen and sunglasses are also recommended. For those wishing to visit any churches, remember that shoulders and knees must be covered.