IMOTSKI WINE TOUR - OUR BEST KEPT SECRET
This is the day you’ll be talking about for the rest of your travels! Just an hour drive from Split, perfectly tucked away between mountains, is the town of Imotski and all of it's wonders. Nature, history, wine... Join us and see, learn and taste!
Dalmatia's best kept secret, Imotski region is an incredible mixture of old and new, nature and culture, Mediterranean and East. Charming towns and villages are interwoven with stunning streams and lakes, that have created breathtaking landscapes. Admire the scenery of the Blue lake and surrounding fields from the Medieval fort above Imotski before strolling through the old town.
As it is all about the relationship with the land, we are taking you a family owned local winery for a unique and delicious experience. You'll experience true Dalmatian hospitality and meet the real people behind the gorgeous wines who make it all happen. Leave the formal tasting etiquette to the experts, this trip is all about good times with good people. And remember, there's nothing wrong with several wines before noon!
1) If you wish to have a lovely meal during your trip, try traditional local cuisine in a charming venue, let us know and we can make it happen!
2) Wine is the primary reason you chose this trip? Then why not go to two or three wineries, exploring the local wines one glass at the time. We can arrange for a variety of tasting options, you just let us know your preferences!
- Language: English
- Tour type: Private
- Group size: max 4 people
- Departures: on demand (for availability contact us at
- Professional driver and licensed english speaking local guide
- Transportation in a 2016. Ford Tourneo Connect with a/c, free water, and wi-fi
- Pick-up and drop-off at the accommodation
- Topana and Blue lake entrance fee
- Wine tasting paired with a selection of tapas style foods
photos by Wind Rose Split
Did you know?
In the area of Imotski, you can find some of the highest vineyards in Croatia at 700 meters above sea level. Plenty of sunshine and a bit of winter's cold results in a magnificent taste of local wines.