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    Hiking Croatia's Coast & Canyons

    Hiking four Croatia’s national parks and the famous Via Dinarica in one trip is a wish come true for most hikers. Starting from Zagreb, a vivid capital town to Plitvice lakes, an oasis of serenity from cascading waterfalls and stunning lakes, you are hiking along the beaten tracks to Velebit and Paklenica. The opposite to secluded mountains are amazing architectural centers of Zadar and Split with its stunning promenades and historical sites. Dining in a local restaurant complemented with an excellent café by the sea gives you just the perfect vacation blend


    8 days Grade: Fit
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    Istrian gourmet adventure by bike and kayak

    Join us on an exciting Istrian adventure on foot, bike and sea kayak and explore the Istrian countryside and coast, get involved into Istria culture, customs, traditional food, wine, truffles, olive oil


    8 days Grade: Moderate
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    Istrian wine roads short tour - 5 days

    Scenic ride along magical Istria with green forests, historic hilltop towns, vineyards, olive groves and gentle rivers is a perfect short combination of nature, history and culture. Enjoy an easy bike ride from Buje passing through the hidden medieval towns of Grožnjan, Oprtalj, Motovun, Bale, Rovinj and the former Roman colony of Poreč whose charm will leave you breathless. Take a break at the winemakers and taste indigenous wines such as Malvasia and Teran, treat yourself with tasty delicacies and experience all the charms of Istria, this exciting Croatian Terra Magica


    5 days Grade: Moderate
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    Istrian wine roads tour

    Starting from a northernmost point of Istrian peninsula – Savudrija, with the oldest lighthouse in the Adriatic, you will experience the downhill ride to the small city of Umag, once a summer residence of a Roman nobleman. Stop for a wine taste of delicious Muscat and other worldwide famous sorts. Reaching Buje and Brtonigla you enter a historical story of Istria followed by delicious olive oil products in the town of Novigrad. Grožnjan, Oprtalj, Motovun, Bale, Rovinj and the former Roman colony of Poreč all tell its stories along the way, a piece of history to remember forever


    8 days Grade: Moderate
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    Cycle the Wine roads of Istria - 8 days

    Come along for a leisure cycling trip from Buje to Pula through charming Istrian peninsula. Within its blue coastal strip and green inland your gastronomic personality will enjoy tasty food, worldwide famous truffles and olive oil and excellent Istrian wines, such as Malvasia and Teran. Don’t miss the two days of cycling along the Parenzana, exciting old railway track with numerous viaducts and tunnels known as Croatian Tuscany. Ending up in the coastal gems of Rovinj, Poreč and Pula you will learn a little about the rich history of this part of Croatia


    8 days Grade: Moderate
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    Coast To Coast Walking Tour Istria - 8 days

    Join us on a walking adventure through green Istria, a countryside full of vineyards, olive trees, rivers and forests, beautiful villages and medieval hilltop towns. Walk at your own pace and learn about the Istrian culture and heritage fulfilled with unforgettable views that leave you breathless. Visit Hum, the smallest town in the world and experience the spirit of the past in Motovun and Grožnjan, the town of artists. To get to know the best of Istria, walk through the Učka Nature Park which contains a wealth of life with delicious flavors of indigenous Istrian delicacies and wines


    8 days / 7 nights Grade: Moderate
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    Biking from Trieste to Pula

    A trip that is combining three countries in a week is nothing less than a perfect blend of cultural diversity, natural richness and fabulous local cuisine. Learn about the importance of harbor and trade centers of Austrian-Hungarian and Roman empires by making a visit to Trieste, Pula, Poreč and Rovinj. Challenge yourself by cycling the hilltops of Motovun or Grožnjan, typical medieval fortified cities with some magnificent views. Enjoy your cycling days by allowing yourself to taste local wines, olive oils and truffle specialties through local restaurants, making friends like locals do


    8 days Grade: Moderate
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    Walking adventure through green Istria

    Istrian inland is full of vineyards, olive groves, peaceful rivers and green hills at every step of the way. Starting from the intact nature of Brtonigla, family cellars and tasting premises that invite you to discover the local lifestyle, you end up on the old railway Parenzana. Walking along it you pass through the world’s truffle center Livade for a chance to taste a bit of this exquisite flavor. Continuing through Oprtalj, Buzet and Hum you finish your journey at the top of the Učka mountain for a stunning view of Kvarner Bay. Lovran is the last city you visit before your adventure ends


    7 days Grade: Fit
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    Biking Dubrovnik countryside and islands

    Explore the amazing islands, medieval towns, old villages and lovely bays of southern Croatia. Cycling from Konavle through amazing countryside to the Peljesac peninsula you’ll reach a historic town of Korcula. Rest and dine like a local and get ready for exceptional natural beauty of Mljet national park. By visiting salt lakes you’ll be relaxed as never before and full of energy to cycle your way back to Dubrovnik. With a short ride to Šipan you’ll get a day of complete relaxation on this quiet island. Leave Croatia with more than a souvenir as your memories will last much longer


    8 days Grade: Moderate
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    Cycling through unexplored Istria

    Istria, as a small heart shaped Croatian peninsula, offers a wide range of services ready to meet each one’s desire. Whether you like peace and farmhouse lifestyle or you are eager to be a gastro-cultural active explorer, be sure all is approachable within an hour of pleasant ride. Taking and old railway path towards the medieval hill towns of Grožnjan and Motovun will delight you as much as the pristine nature of the protected areas of Lim Bay, the ornithological reserve at Palud and Cape Kamenjak. Of course, be sure not to miss the cultural heritage of Poreč and Pula for the end


    8 days Grade: Fit

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