DT Croatia DMC Dubrovnik
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You will find information about our destinations on the following pages: - Croatia and Dubrovnik. On these pages you will find the more details about us and our offices. We also work closely together with Talas-M DMC in Montenegro.
Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic Sea, has risen like a phoenix from its ashes about 25 years ago. It is simply stunning, set on the coast of the Adriatic sea with its turquoise waters.
This beautiful old town has been reclaimed not just as a Croatian treasure but also as one of the world's treasures; a fact that was officially recognized when the United Nations declared this medieval town as a World Cultural Heritage site. Its fortresses, imposing walls surrounding the city, palaces, churches and small streets form a nice harmony with the nature and tell a history on their own.
It is a great setting for incentives, groups and events. It all adds up to The Incentive Destination in Europe, why not give it a try?
Program idea in Dubrovnik
We have added a three day program idea in Dubrovnik and the surrounding countryside. We would be delighted to put together a full proposal for you and your clients.
The beauty of the Adriatic coast has been memorized for centuries by famous artists, writers and poets. George Bernard Shaw wrote “Those people seeking paradise on earth, should come and visit Dubrovnik.”
On arrival at Dubrovnik Airport transfer to the
scenic township of Cavtat where ancient ruins and Renaissance palaces combine with a palm
fringed harbor to create a picture perfect setting. After a traditional welcome snack of dried
figs, Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese and local wine continue by boat to Dubrovnik's Old City passing pretty seaside villages and picturesque islands of Mrkan and Bobara.
There is no more spectacular entrance to the Old City than by the blue Adriatic sea. Wander the wide marbled pedestrian Placa boulevard, taking in the breathtaking sights before checking in at the hotel of choice.
Welcome dinner showcasing the region's gastronomic tradition at popular local restaurant.
Konavle, the southernmost area of Dubrovnik, is a fertile valley with olive trees and wineries and which is enclosed by the mountains of Bosnia Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Konavle cliffs at the seaside. During centuries the Konavle region kept his outstanding qualities: its living traditions, customs, handicrafts, economy, folklore, beautiful folk costumes and the hospitality of the people.
On your way you will pass through many authentic villages and stop at several points to meet local people, taste their home made products, and learn more about local crafts...
12:00h Departure from the Gruž harbor; the region Konavle is located 30km from Dubrovnik (about 40/50 min)
At the Flour Mill you will be welcomed by the owner who will offer you a choice of Croatian homemade liqueurs and will give you a demonstration and history of his mill
that is still functioning the same way for over centuries
Right next to the flour mill one can visit a reconstruction of a Wool Press, which was of vital importance to the locals in the process of production of traditional costumes,
At Hone y Producer's House you will have opportunity to see how honey is produced.
At the Olive Mill you will visit one of the oldest olive mills in the region owned by the Sapro family being now a museum. You will have the opportunity to taste their home
made olive oil, homemade bread, cheese, Dalmatian smoked ham, and wine...You will also learn of how the olive oil was produced in the traditional way.
Typical Konavle House presents the past and present of countryside everyday life. Here you will experience a small, three vaulted rooms etno museum presenting a large chunk
of Konavle region history, a tavern with a wine cellar and a variety of agricultural structures including the garden, a stable and an ancient "gumno" that serves for
Local products that the household products can be bought.
AFTER THE VISIT, A TYPICAL LUNCH IS GOING TO BE SERVED
Typical lunch or dinner: meat and potatoes made under the iron bell can be organized after or in the middle of the visits. The "Peka" is a metal cover more or less thick, often made of iron. Under the cover in "Peka", there is veal and lamb topped with potatoes and vegetables which is a very popular dish.
DISCOVER THE COASTAL REGION OF DUBROVNIK WITH OYSTER TASTING
ARRIVAL IN VILLAGE VELIKI (big) STON and VISIT (1h10 from Dubrovnik)
Possible visit of the famous salt works or the wall of Ston Possible tasting of wines from the Peljesac in wineries, located 15min to 1hr from Veliki (Big) Ston
ARRIVAL IN VILLAGE MALI (small) STON (5min bus transfer from Veliki Ston)
Oyster tasting possible in restaurant (or on boat)
Possible participation in opening the oysters with special gloves and knives
LUNCH IN A TYPICAL TAVERN IN MALI (small)
CONTINUATION TOWARDS MALI (little) STON, KNOWN FOR IT'S OYSTERS
Drive along the coast to discover the little fishermen town, MALI STON, called the capital of the Croatian oysters. In the small village you will take the boat to visit the oyster beds and taste the delicious oysters and mussels of the region with a glass of wine – (boat capacity is approx. 45 pax / for large groups we suggest oyster tasting in the restaurant!).
ON OPTION : GIVING THE CLIENTS GLOVES AND KNIVES SO THEY CAN PARTICIPATE AND LEARN HOW TO OPEN THE OYSTERS AND MUSSELS
LUNCH IN Tavern in MALI STON
Here you have the opportunity to taste the delicious risottos of the region; black risotto from cuttle fish and the seafood risotto, and also the famous Ston oysters mussels (fresh, grilled, fried, baked...) fresh grilled fish, seafood delicaties... in convivial atmosphere of this local tavern, with local wines from the region
16:30h Transfer back to the Gruž harbor
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