Description of Croatia cultural holiday with homestay
Following the Dalmatian coastline north from Dubrovnik to Split via the islands of Korcula and Hvar is certainly one Croatia cultural holiday route to add to the list with the extra incentive of homestay accommodation definitely increasing the appeal.
As you’d expect from a Croatia cultural holiday with homestay, this week away is as much about spending time at the beach as it will be about discovering Dalmatia’s ancient architecture with island hopping from Korcula to Hvar ideal for experiencing life at sea from a whole new angle.
From freshly grown farm to fork produce to crystal clear shallows and ancient cobbled streets, if you’re looking for a Croatia cultural holiday with homestay, then right here is where your odyssey begins.
Single supplement £320.
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1 Reviews of Croatia cultural holiday with homestay
4 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 04 Jul 2015 by victoria davies
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your holiday?
Speed boat to blue caves in Havar. Dubrovnik old town walls walk.
2. What tips would you give other travellers booking this holiday?
Sit back and relax everything runs on Croatian time.
3. Did you feel that your holiday benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
4. Finally, how would you rate your holiday overall?
Tour of country excellent somewhat let down by poor tour guide.
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We are committed to operating in a responsible manner, incorporating the principles of sustainable development in the way we provide our travellers with real life experiences. These values are more than just words on a page; they are ingrained in our culture and the daily operations of every office and every trip. In addition, we expect our staff and travellers to demonstrate the principles of responsible travel - respecting people, cultures and local environments; in the distribution of wealth; in good will and cross-cultural sharing; and in contributing to sustainable development.
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We take care to use local transport throughout, including trains, boats and buses and stay in small, locally owned hotels and guesthouses. This trip includes a stay with local hosts on the island of Korcula. Not only does this provide you with a glimpse into local life it also is a great way to put money back into the local community.
We source produce locally throughout the trip, eat at local restaurants and encourage our travellers to purchase souvenirs from local artisans. A visit to a local farm in the village of Pupnat will provide you with a treat of a meal made entirely from ingredients found on the farm as well as sampling some of the families wine grown on their very own vineyard.
Recruitment of our ground team comes from the local community. This not only gives a fantastic insight into the country and a snap shot of day to day life, but it also puts valuable financial resources back into the local economy, creating jobs and supporting local businesses.