Discover Croatia's southern Dalmatian coast on this quick 4-day itinerary focusing on Dubrovnik. Deep dive into Dubrovnik's storied past on a walking tour of the historic city, taking in baroque and renaissance architecture and monuments as you wind your way through narrow medieval streets and alleys. You'll also kayak the Adriatic Sea to explore nearby Lokrum island and ride the vineyard-covered Konavle wine region on a fun bike tour.
To the east of Dubrovnik sits Konavle, a famous wine region that stretches from Cavtat to the southeasterly tip of Croatia at the Montenegrin border. Its small population lives in some 32 villages scattered across the fertile land squeezed between the mountains and the sea.
You'll have the opportunity to visit three wineries and their famous winemakers—all families whose tradition of winemaking has endured for centuries. The tour lasts six hours and starts with a panoramic drive along the coast to Konavle. First, you'll stop at the awarded winemaker, Crvik, to taste the local white, red, and rosé, including a unique white, Dubrovacka malvasia, pressed from a strain of grapes originating from the days of the Dubrovnik Republic.
Next, you'll continue to another winery belonging to the Ljubić family, where you'll taste merlot and a variety of herb liqueurs, as well as enjoy a traditional meal in their wine cellar. From here, you'll carry on through the Konavle Valley to the Karaman family's award-winning winery to sample their dry dessert wines, Prošek, alongside traditional Pandišpanj cake (a sponge cake that has its roots in Spain).
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Itineraries with Konavle Wine Tasting Tour
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