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Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Sunset Cruise with Dinner

1. Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Sunset Cruise with Dinner

Climb aboard the 16th-century wooden ship “Karaka” for a romantic sunset dinner cruise in Dubrovnik. Relax under a starlit sky, and enjoy breathtaking views of Dubrovnik’s fortifications and red-tiled roofs. Marvel at islands twinkling in the twilight, such as Lokrum just off the coast. Listen to the ambient sounds of background music as your dinner is served. Dine on a menu of Dalmatian cuisine: Fish menuCold salad with mussels, grilled fish fillets, potato salad, green salad, Home made cake, fresh fruit Meat menuDalmatian smoked ‘buđola’ (smoked ham), grilled chicken fillets, grilled pork fillets, green salad, homemade cake, fresh fruit Vegetarian menuTomatoes with mozzarella, vegetables risotto, green salad, homemade cake, fresh fruit Taste fresh seasonal fruit, and sip champagne under the moonlight!

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Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

2. Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour

The city of Dubrovnik is known for a lot of things: its UNESCO-worthy Old Town, the sprinkling of idyllic islands that surround the mainland, the ancient city walls that comprise King's Landing in the popular HBO show 'Game of Thrones'... However, one thing that Dubrovnik is not know for, and should be, is the incredible food and wine. Take a lovely guided tour of the city's World Heritage Site-listed Old Town, and visit four cozy restaurants nestled within for a taste of Dubrovnik's unique gastronomy. Walk down the beautiful cobblestone streets and alleyways of the Old Town, and pass by some of the city's major sights, including the Franziscan and Dominican monasteries, the palaces of Sponza and Rector, and the Baroque cathedral. Discover national culinary traditions through the years, and enjoy a tasting of various snacks accompanied by a glass of local wine. Finish the fun food adventure at a cute patisserie within the ancient walls of Old Town for a taste of traditional Croatian cake.

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Dubrovnik: Day or Sunset Sea Kayaking Tour with Snack

3. Dubrovnik: Day or Sunset Sea Kayaking Tour with Snack

Enjoy one of Dubrovnik's most popular summer activities and experience the city’s stunning natural and historical heritage on a 2.5 to 3-hour sea kayaking tour. Begin in Pile Bay and paddle to the island of Lokrum and to Betina Cave, where you will make a stop to go snorkeling. Paddle back to Pile Bay, where the tour ends. Enjoy a sandwich or fruit snack and a bottle of water. The sunset option ends with a glass of wine.

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Elaphiti Islands: Full-Day 3-Island Tour from Dubrovnik

4. Elaphiti Islands: Full-Day 3-Island Tour from Dubrovnik

Go island hopping in Croatia's Elaphite islands in the sunny Adriatic Sea. In this full-day tour rom Dubrovnik, experience the natural wonder of these untouched islands and live true island life, Dalmatian style! This sun-drenched archipelago located north-west of Dubrovnik is largely uninhabited, and consists of eight islets, three of which await you on this full day excursion. Meet Koločep, Šipan and Lopud, bathe in their crystal-clear seas, stroll in the shade of their Mediterranean flora, explore their quaint hamlets, and indulge in the delicious local cuisine. Begin on charming Koločep isle, traversing the meandering path through evergreen pine, Carob trees, citrus gardens, and olive groves that joins its only two settlements. Wander in peace through scattered remnants of ancient buildings with not a car in sight – in fact, there are no cars on Koločep! Next you'll hop over to Šipan, the largest of the Elaphites. Rich in history, the island's settlement dates back to the Roman Empire, and is dotted with venerable stone villas as well as churches of a later age. The island's wealth of natural beauty and central agricultural area bares olives, figs, grapes, and citrus fruits. Lastly, visit the island of Lopud, said to be the most beautiful of the Elephites. Blessed with sunny beaches, it is the perfect place to unwind after a day of island hopping.

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Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Wine and Beer

5. Dubrovnik: Private Boat Cruise at Sunset with Wine and Beer

Meet your friendly skipper at Dubrovnik’s Old Port in the early evening and board your private boat. Head out onto the water, admiring impressive views of the Old Town district and the historical city walls. As you sail, soak up the last of the sunshine and the refreshingly cool sea breeze while listening to your skipper share facts about the local area. Arrive at Lokrum Island, an absolute must-see on your vacation to Dubrovnik. Marvel at the island’s fascinating caves, tall trees, and colorful peacocks roaming freely. There’s also time for a quick dip in the glistening ocean, so don’t forget your swimsuit. From here, sail out onto the open sea where you can see beautiful coral reef beneath the water. As the sun begins to sink into the horizon, drift gently around Koločep Island, one of the three Elaphite Islands. Lazing on the boat, you’ll have the best seats in the house to watch the sky as it is transformed with colors. Throughout the cruise, sip on tasty beer and wine whilst enjoying complimentary snacks. Your skipper also has a GoPro camera to capture all those unforgettable memories.

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2 Tour Combo: Game of Thrones Walking Tour & Sea Kayak Tour

6. 2 Tour Combo: Game of Thrones Walking Tour & Sea Kayak Tour

These are 2 separate tours that run by daily schedule. You can combine them days apart. Inform the local tour operator when you wish to do the second tour as the system will allow you to choose the time for the first tour only.  - 2-Hour Game of Thrones Walking Tour  Follow in the footsteps of your favorite "Game Of Thrones" characters and discover what the real King's Landing looks like. Dubrovnik was selected as the location set for the hit HBO TV series in seasons 2 to 5 (and some of season 6). Your guide will be licensed by the Croatian Ministry of Tourism, fluent in English and a big "Game of Thrones" fan. In addition to sites in the walled old town, visit the fort of St. Lawrence. As you journey to each location, look at a book of photos from the series that explains the scenes and locations where the filming took place.  - 2.5 to 3-hour Sea Kayaking Tour  Enjoy Dubrovnik's top summer activity and experience the beautiful local natural and historical heritage by the seaside. See Dubrovnik from a new perspective. View the city walls from the seaside and enjoy amazing sights from a kayak. Your tour will commence near Pile Gate. The guide in charge of the tour will take you from Pile Bay around the island of Lokrum, and then there will be a snorkeling break in Betina Cave. The tour will end in Pile Bay. A tour guide, kayak, paddle, waterproof bag/barrel for personal items, insurance, snorkeling gear, fruit snack, and a bottle of water will all be included in the price. Please note that booking is required for this tour. You can however book for the same day, or just a few hours before. 

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Korcula from Dubrovnik including Winery Visit (private)

7. Korcula from Dubrovnik including Winery Visit (private)

One of the most romantic island cities in Croatia, Korcula island is one of the top destinations for tourists that cruise the Adriatic. According to legend, it was founded by the Trojan hero Antenor, and was home to the Mesolithic and Neolithic peoples who first settled on this island. Most famously known to be the birth place of traveler Marco Polo in 1254, Korcula is now the second most populous island on the Adriatic, filled with historical and cultural heritage. Ston is the first stop after departing from Dubrovnik. With well preserved city walls which once protected the town during the medieval times, Ston is a charming town with rich history. An optional visit to the ancient salt-works before continuing on the Peljesac peninsula will allow for an interesting stop on the tour. Enjoy the beautiful green scenery, vineyards and blue bays along the way before arriving to Orebic to embark on a boat ride to the magnificent island of Korcula. Once in town, visit the cathedral, city museum, and the house of Marco Polo. Followed is free time to walk through the Old Town and its abundant souvenir shops, and have lunch at a tavern of your choice serving many delicious Dalmatian specialities. After saying good-bye to this marvellous island, there is one last stop to be made on your return, as the Peljesac peninsula is known as one of the most famous Croatian wine regions. Enjoying in an extraordinary wine tasting is a delightful ending to the journey as you continue back to Dubrovnik.

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Dubrovnik: Seaside Panorama and City Walls Cruise

8. Dubrovnik: Seaside Panorama and City Walls Cruise

The first stop on your panoramic cruise is the city walls. As you sail slowly up close to these historic walls, listen to your skipper's anecdotes about growing up just behind them, as well as the rich history of the stones. You then visit the St. Lawrence Fortress, whose walls are super thick on one side and super thin one other side. Whilst touring the site, your guide will inform you as to just why it was built in that way. Lokrum Island is next on your agenda, which bears a dark history. From Richard Lionheart, Maksimilian Hapsburg, and Monks Curse, the stories about Lokrum are bound to give you chills. As you cruise down to the other side of the coast, it is time for a drink. Choose from local beer, local wine, and water, which you can sip on as you make your way to your next destination. Your tour concludes with a 45-minute panorama including a stop in front of the first quarantine ion of Europe, the Lazaretos of Dubrovnik. There your skipper tells you how Dubrovnik defended against dangerous and lethal diseases throughout the Middle Ages.

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Taste of Dalmatia Tour from Dubrovnik

9. Taste of Dalmatia Tour from Dubrovnik

Embark on an immersive food and history tour to some of the most picturesque locations in Croatia– Orašac , Ston, and Mali Ston. Led by an expert guide, taste wine, sample seafood, and learn about the ancient production of olive oil, all the while soaking up the intricate history of the area. The tour begins with a pleasant bus ride along the exquisite Adriatic coastline stopping-off firstly at the quaint village of Orašac. In a typical old-fashioned house, you will experience the traditional production method of olive oil, with the mill driven by a horse. Take the opportunity to taste some home made cheese, smoked ham, and wine. Afterwards continue towards the small town of Stone, the oyster capital of Croatia. This little town appears like a mini Dubrovnik in its picturesque architecture and atmosphere. Especially interesting are the magnificent walls surrounding the town. Construction began on these walls in 1317, and they were finished in the 16th century. After visiting Ston enjoy a relaxing walk along the sea in the town of Mali Ston. Here you can admire views over the oyster and mussel farms and taste the famous seafood of the region in a local restaurant.

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Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Panoramic Cruise & Historical Walking Tour

10. Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Panoramic Cruise & Historical Walking Tour

Explore the city of Dubrovnik with its remarkable history on a combination tour of sightseeing cruise and historical walking tour. Travel back in time and hop on board a 16th-century replica ship while admiring the beautiful coast of Dubrovnik.  Meet your guide and embark on a 1-hour cruise. During your journey, taste some traditional sweets from the region and enjoy the city views as you sail past the urban parts, as well as the ancient city walls before arriving at the old city port.  From here, wander through the Old Town accompanied by your tour guide and discover hidden gems. Hear interesting details about Dubrovnik's traditions and culture during your walking tour inside the city walls. After an hour of exploring the Old Town, the tour ends here.

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What people are saying about Walls of Dubrovnik

It was a romantic cruise. Essentially around Lokrum Island in the bay of Dubrovnik. The sunset was spectacular. The wooden boat, a Karaka, was a replica of historical ships used for trading. It has sails unfurled in the photos, but not on the cruise, only diesel powered. The food was a seafood buffet was extensive and sufficient. Dessert was also scrumptious. The price tag was, compared with restaurant food in Dubrovnik on the high side. The staff went the extra mile to contact us. Overall an enjoyable evening.

Brilliant kayaking trip… great way to explore a little of the local area and an island! Your guises were fab. Good there was an option of a longer or shorter route. Good pace. About 8k in total. Water and a wee fruit snack was helpful. Take cash, the beach bar at one of the stops doesn’t accept cards so we missed out on a wee ice cream n coffee.

The tour was amazing! We had the perfect day for it and our tour guide was great :) We would definitely recommend doing this when going to Dubrovnik!

Great experience. Lovely ship and food was plentiful and tasty.

Very insightful guide and tried a lot of delicious food