The municipality of Vinodol Valley comprises the places of Vinodol Drivenik, Tribalj Grižane and Bribir.The valley of Vinodol was by the ancient Romans once called Vallis vinearia. These small towns are in the immediate vicinity of the castles and forts built once by the royal family Frankopan, a noble family, who lent his hand to the cultural flowering and whose names are now connected with many cultural monuments. And especially in this valley are ideal conditions for wine growing.
Day 1. arrival
Arriving at the hotel and check-in. By late afternoon, welcome by the tour guide, dinner and overnight.
Day 2: vineyards
After breakfast, our excursion to the wine valley begins. Sightseeing Novi Vinodolski.next trip to the wine valley. A brief introduction of our harvest: So roll up the sleeves and go with scissors "armed"to the vineyard. After work, you deserve a lunch and, of course, wine. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3: island Krk tour
After breakfast, drive over to the island of Krk over the Krk Bridge.This largest Adriatic island currently is connected by a bridge to the mainland. The island tour begins in the bay Punat where we board a boat and visit the islet as Košljun (optional). There is a Franciscan convent built on the remains of a Roman villa, with a valuable library and museum folk instrument. This is followed by a tour of the town of Krk, with the famous cathedral within its walls. In the picturesque village of Vrbnik you've got a liquor and wine-cheese-ham in a wine cellar. With its location high up on the hillside above the sea, Vrbnik is known for the one of the best Croatian wines - Vrbnicka žlahtina. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 4: back home