Enjoy beautiful scenery and learn all about the fantastic quality of the wines produced on the Dalmatian Islands on this full-day tour.
The sun-soaked slopes of the island of Croatia provide the perfect conditions for the production of very interesting and high-quality vintage wines. The wine making traditon on the island dates back to the ancient Greeks and Croatia grows an impressive 130 indigenous types of grapes.
Following a 50-minute public ferry ride from Split, you will arrive at the beautiful island of Brac and the town of Bol which is famous for its Golden Horn beach. Here you will visit the first Dalmatian wine cooperative dating back to 1903. Its current occupant, Stina winery, is modern, stylish and outstanding and you should not only try their awarded wines but check out their unique, award-winning bottle labels too.
Next, you will visit Sasa Senjkovic, one of the leaders of resurgence on Brac whose family wine cellar is located in the tiny village of Dracevica. Located in an old family house, the Senjkovic experience is both authentic and traditional and the wines on offer are truly special - Bosso, Brocka Ri, and the outstanding Spoza rose. You will enjoy a food and wine pairing at this special private hill top estate. Unique gastronomy treats, fabulous wines and a setting to die for!
At the end of this full day tour you will have a great insight into the unique relationship between the Dalmatian karst stone, its wines and the resilience of the people who create life out of the rugged and tough landscape of Brac - people like Sasa who have persisted, worked hard and created magic to share with you.
This tour can be upgraded with a private speedboat transfer to/from Split. Please get in touch here for pricing.
Please note: This tour is not recommended for families with children or for guests with dietary restrictions. Please bring your camera, comfortable shoes, a hat and sunscreen in the summer months.
- Pick-up from your hotel, villa or private accommodation in the Split region
- Professional English-speaking guide
- Ferry tickets
- Wine pairing lunch
- Wine tasting at two wineries
Cancellations made at least 1 month prior to arrival: no penalty.
Cancellations made between 30 and 7 days before arrival date: 10% of deposit will be kept.
Cancellations made 7 days to 48 hours before arrival date: 25% of deposit will be kept.
Cancellations made less than 48 hours before arrival date: 100% of deposit will be kept.