This five-island boat cruise in Kvarner Bay packs a lot into one day. First up is Košljun islet, famed for its 15th century monastery. An optional lunch is then available on board. Next, enjoy panoramic views of Krk town before making for Cres to visit a griffon vulture refuge. Then, it's on to Plavnik to swim at the Blue Cave. The last island is Kormat, where you can feed seagulls.
Croatia's largest island, Krk, will be the focus of this tour from Rijeka. You'll visit Krk Town before boarding a boat over to Košljun to see its 16th century Franciscan Monastery. Connected to the mainland by a bridge, you'll not need to travel far to discover the island of Krk. You'll arrive in Krk Town late morning, where you can stretch your legs with some sightseeing within the town's ancient walls, including the Frankopan castle and Krk Cathedral.Then after a quick break, you'll head over to Punat to catch a boat over to the tiny island of Košljun. It's home to the 16th century Franciscan Monastery, where you can look around the museum and ethnographic artefacts collected for centuries by monks. We'll then head back to Punat by boat to return to your resort.
Plitvice National park is a big tick on any bucket list. Cascading waterfalls plunging into lakes of pure jade, it's no wonder it made the UNESCO World Heritage List – it's a sight to behold. And with a professional guide too, you've everything you need to discover this natural wonder.
There's a trio of Croatian cultural gems in store on this half-day tour. Skirt the shores of Kvarner Bay and be wowed by history-packed sights and camera-grabbingly good scenery. You can look forward to free time in the port city of Rijeka, a meander around Medieval Kastav, plus a trip to the 13th century Trsat Castle, too.
There's no hiding Pula's biggest pull – its enormous Roman Arena. Feel the atmosphere of ancient Rome and the buzz of modern Croatia. You'll get to snap photos inside the city's most famous monument and see all the top spots of the old town, too.We begin in an era when togas were all the rage. Your guide will bring to life the times of gladiators and roaring crowds on a visit to its towering and remarkably well-preserved Roman Arena. After your visit to the arena, we'll round off with a walk and free time in Pula's pretty old quarter. Where hip cafés, bars and chic boutiques sit happily among ancient ruins, it's one of the Istrian Riviera's must-see spots.
From Baška, cruise to Grgur, where the political prison was located, buffet lunch on the island of Rab and see the remains of a sunken ship in the Zavratnica fjord.
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Join this guided tour and explore the most fascinating side of Cres. You will find out how do olive trees grow, how does an olive oil mill work, how to recognize real extra virgin olive oil, the use of olive oil in cuisine, and the health and beauty benefits of this fantastic ingredient.
Join the most delicious tour of Cres on this walking tour through the old town centre. Stop at 3 locally run businesses to sample specialities.
Visit Cres town, located on the homonymous island: learn about its history, traditions, and hidden nooks and crannies.