Take a day outside of the city and enjoy the beauty of Krka Waterfalls at your own pace. Simple, Smart and Precise. From Dubrovnik, Split, Šibenik, Zadar in an air-conditioned coach with a tour escort with all the tips and tricks that you need for a relaxing day outdoors around lakes and waterfalls. Explore the waterfalls and walking trails of Krka National Park on a self-guided tour Admire the beautiful waterfalls in this scenic river area. Visit the historic stone workshops and watermills that line the river.
Following Krka National Park, it’s time to visit one of Croatia’s top wineries.If you are a wine lover and want to escape mass tourist groups, stop at Bibich Winery in the village of Plastovo, a gem tucked into the Skradin hills close to Krka National Park. The vineyards are about 500 years old and were destroyed during the recent Homeland War. The owner, Alan Bibich, set out to restore his grandfather’s pride and joy.
Departures: Dubrovnik, Split, Šibenik, Zadar
First, we head to National Park Krka. We bord on the boats in Skradin at 10:00 and drive until Skradinski buk. Have your camera ready as you take a walking tour around several parts of this natural wonder with Skradinski buk and Roški slap waterfalls, on your own. Skradinski buk is a set of 17 waterfalls whose height ranges over 45 meters. It is the longest and most visited waterfall on the Krka River, one of the most famous natural beauties of Croatia. The waterfall is formed by travertine barriers, islands and lakes. They can be viewed throughout the year thanks to a network of paths and bridges that allow for a pleasant and safe walk. Upon arrival, enjoy a walk through a network of pathways and wooden bridges. At 13:30 we board on boats to return to Skradin. You will have lunch in the park at Rural Household Christian in Skradinski Buk or in Skradin on the way back in Restaurant Zlatne školjke.
Following Krka National Park, it’s time to visit one of Croatia’s top wineries.
If you are a wine lover and want to escape mass tourist groups, stop at Bibich Winery in the village of Plastovo, a gem tucked into the Skradin hills close to Krka National Park. The vineyards are about 500 years old and were destroyed during the recent Homeland War. The owner, Alan Bibich, set out to restore his grandfather’s pride and joy.
Croatia is home to a fantastic range of wines across the country, and pairing food and wine promises to be a highlight of your time in Croatia. You can partake in Bibich’s exclusive seven-course tasting menu paired with seven glasses of world-class wine. This one-of-a-kind private culinary experience is carefully crafted by the famous winemaker’s wife, using seasonal and local ingredients to enhance traditional recipes that exquisitely pair with their selection of wines. This part of the tour must be pre-booked and can be organised at 1:00 pm or 3:00 pm. Alternatively, stop for a glass of wine or some tapas… or both!
After wine tasting we will visit Šibenik old town for an hour. You will see the central church in Šibenik, the Cathedral of St. James, is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Did you know that Šibenik is the only town in Croatia having even two UNESCO monuments? You are definitely at the right place if you are interested in knowing more about our history and heritage. On this tour you will get a chance to learn about St. James Cathedral, our most popular attraction and beautiful monument from Renaissance period.