Surrounded by its ancient city walls, Dubrovnik Old Town is the pearl of the Adriatic coast. Throughout the centuries, our city has been proud to be independent and free, leaving behind a legacy of architecture, painting, sculpture and literature. Join a guide on a tour of this historic city, visiting the monasteries of the Dominicans and Franciscans, the Cathedral and the Treasury, the Palace, the Old Harbour, the City Walls and the main street, Stradun.


Learn about the history, legends, flora and fauna, and the way of life here on a Mjlet Island Tour. Visit the remains of the Roman Palace, hidden coves, sleepy villages, little islands and vast forests, and watch out for mongoose, a peculiar mammal for which Mljet Island is famed. Please reserve your seat in advance because our vehicle is equipped to carry only seven people.


Our neighbouring island of Korčula is only 1.5 hours away by sailing boat. Join a guide for a tour of the old town, famous for its shipyards and stonemason workshops. Learn about its long history in the narrow streets, buildings and monuments, and enjoy fabulous views from the top of a tower at the house that once belonged to explorer Marco Polo. Sample classic Dalmatian dishes in the nearby restaurants, take a dip in the sea near the old town, or simply sunbathe on one of Korčula’s many beaches for the day.


Legend has it that, after his boat was shipwrecked, the Greek king Odysseus managed to swim to a cave, where he found shelter. Today, this beautiful, light-filled cave is known as Odysseus’s Cave, and it is a popular spot with visitors. Since the entrance is narrow and low, it is only possible to enter by a small boat or – even better – swim inside.