We do transfers to/from Airport Dubrovnik and organize individual or group private tours and transfers.
Any trips or excursions are fully adapted to your needs, just tell us how long and what you want to see.

Make a reservation online and let your excursions or trips begin immediately after leaving the plane.
Of the many cultural and historical tourist destination, we chose the most popular destinations.
Of course, we drive wherever you want.

Old Town, Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik (Ragusa) is one of the most historic Croatian tourist destinations. 1979. Dubrovnik has been added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

In the Middle Ages, became the Republic of Dubrovnik as the only city-state on the east coast. Dubrovnik was one of the centers of development of the Croatian language and literature, home to many notable Croatian poets, playwrights, painters, mathematicians, physicists and other scholars.

Cavtat Konavle

When talking about the beauty of Dubrovnik coast we can not exclude Cavtat, definitely one of the Croatian Adriatic pearl. Rich in cultural and tourist attractions, Cavtat is we are not detour destination on the maps of tourist guides around the world.

Cavtat is located on the western shores of Konavle, 19 km southeast of Dubrovnik, at the foot of the Adriatic tourist road.


Korcula, Korcula island

Korcula is rich in historical and cultural heritage, beautiful indented coastline and the Mediterranean atmosphere of Korcula, which are classified into one of the top destinations in the Adriatic.

Statute of the city and island of Korcula is one of the oldest legal documents in this part of Europe, built in the 13th century, which regulate life in the medieval town which itself is built according to strict regulate the medieval town planning.


Budva and Kotor, Montenegro

Montenegrin coast is certainly we are not detour tourist destinations in the Adriatic. Close by is Budva and Kotor, the rich cultural and historical attractions.

Climbs great Mediterranean cultures celebrated the spirit ovoih cities, which are felt today when grown in we are not-pass tourist destinations of the Adriatic. There are certainly Sveti Stefan, Petrovac and Miločer.


Semi-island Peljesac, Orebic

Orebic is a small tourist town at the top of the Peljesac peninsula, founded in the late 15th and early 16th century, in the former Republic of Dubrovnik. By the 16th century the place was called Trstenica, from 14 to 19 century was the seat of the Duke.

In addition to beautiful beaches and the Mediterranean atmosphere in the village of Orebic you can see 7 of the 19th century fountain.


Makarska Riviera

Situated below the mountain slope Makarska is the right little Mediterranean place, boththe central and largest town of Makarska Riviera.

Riviera extends from Brela to Gradac in the west to east and has many beautifulbeaches and romantic places. With Mediterranean flair is one of we are not bypassdestinations in the Adriatic during the summer season.


Medjugorje, The Shrine of the Queen of Peace

Medjugorje is one of the most famous Roman Catholic shrine in the world. It became famous for the apparitions of the Virgin Mary, which first started in 1981. years, after which he began to develop religious tourism.

Since then this place, to Sarajevo, one of the most visited tourist centers in BiH, which annually went into about a million Catholics from around the world. The official name of the shrine is the Shrine of the Queen of Peace.


Old Bridge in Mostar

Mostar Old Bridge over the Neretva River is the UNESCO world heritage, which when built, was the largest arched structures in the world.

He had it built 1566th Suleiman the Magnificent, was a builder Mimar Hajrudin. The bridge is firmly stood 427 years until it was destroyed during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1993rd year. It was renovated after the war and reopened in private on 23 July 2004. year.