every friday from 18.06 - 17.09.2021.
od 320 kn
Traces of the Romans
Visit Pula, a lively city at the southernmost end of the Istrian Peninsula. Pula is best known for its many surviving ancient Roman ruins, the most famous and best preserved of which is the magnificent 1st-century Roman amphitheatre. Parts of the structure are so perfect that it would be easy to believe the Romans packed up and left only moments ago.
After your guided walking tour of Pula, you'll learn all about the olive oil that has been produced in the region for millennia; but olive trees are not indigenous to the region-they were introduced by the Romans. In the nearby village of Barbariga, you will visit a olive grove. Each of this extra virgin olive oils is specifically and carefully created with a lot of love. By fostering the Istrian tradition and constantly following the latest trends, they proudly and diligently builds up new standards in olive growing. Taste the olive oil and the wine that is also a product of this growing company. Beautiful surrounding of olive trees and sea view will even more enhance this experience.
Departure from the hotel according to the plan.
09:00 Departure from hotels
09:30 Arrival in centre of Pula and sightseeing
11:30 Free time
12:30 Departure from Pula towards Barbariga
13:00 Arrival on olive oil grove, presentation and tasting
14:15 Departure from Barbariga
14:45 Arrival in Pula
* time schedule may vary due to the traffic/crowd conditions
Included: Transfers, professional guide in Pula, presentation and olive oil and wine tasting with snack
Price per adults: 320 kuna (44 €)
Infants 0-7 year: free of charge
Children 4-12 year: -50% of the price