Croatia multi-centre holidays allow you to explore the history, heritage and culture of the popular Eastern European country and her beautiful islands, whilst enjoying unforgettable activities and creating happy holiday memories.
If you have a particular interest, or hobby, you can easily find Croatia multi-centre holidays that feature an itinerary that complements your preferences. Choose from wine and olive oil tasting tours, excursions in nature, private guided tours of top tourist attractions, or indulgent relaxation in breathtaking surroundings.
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Wine Tasting in Hvar and Korčula
Over recent years Croatia has become an important wine producer. There are 64 distinct grape types grown on Croatia’s sun-kissed islands, and over 800 wineries and 20,000 registered wine makers in the country. The viticulture and wine production of the southern Dalmatia islands of Hvar and Korčula dates back thousands of years, and is one of the most important aspects of the nation’s agriculture. You only need to admire the Mediterranean climate and the beautiful terraced vineyards that surround the picturesque villages that are dotted all over the rural landscape, to understand why wine is an integral part of Croatian history, heritage and culture.
When visiting the islands of Hvar and Korčula you can sample many varieties of Croatia’s top wines on a wine tasting tour. The grapes that are used to make the robust white wine Pošip are grown on the coast of Hvar and Korčula. The popular, fragrant wine has a strong aroma and refreshing notes. It classically complements fresh seafood. As you taste the locally made wines you can learn all about the history of wine making in Croatia, and how to professionally pair food and wine.
Beautiful Nature in Krka and Plitvice Lakes
Croatia is home to no less than 8 stunning national parks. Nature lovers can admire the spectacular scenery and the indigenous flora and fauna, of these outstanding beauty spots, on an excursion to the top tourist attractions of Krka National Park and Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Situated 10 km inland of Sibenik, Krka National Park covers a sprawling 142 sq km that also includes two-thirds of Krka River. The park’s number one crowd puller is Skradinski Buk, a thundering centrepiece water feature that boasts 17 waterfalls. There is also the smaller Roski Slap (with 12 waterfalls) and other cascades, forests, limestone rocks and desert-like plains that are also worth exploring in the breathtaking protected conservation zone.
Situated within easy reach of the historic cities of Zagreb and Zadar, Plitvice Lakes National Park has long been a popular tourist attraction. Officially established in 1949, Plitvice Lakes became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. It’s widely regarded as ‘the most beautiful National Park in Eastern Europe’. Take a wander along the wooden pathways that surround the 16 spectacular interconnected terraced lakes, and admire the 90 cascading waterfalls. The park boasts 300 sq km of scenic forest reserve and woodland landscape, and endemic deer, bears, wolves and rare species of birds.