Excursions


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Tučepi due to its geographical position at the center of the Dalmatian coast is ideal for visitors who love hiking tours. The Tučepi harbor is a daily starting point for boat trips to Brač, Hvar and Korčula. Lovers of family car trips are recommended one-day or half-day trips by car and enjoy the scenery with a visit to the National Park Krka near Šibenik, the towns Trogir, Split, Dubrovnik and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

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These cities are rich with monuments and architectural heritage that are under UNESCO protection. In addition, we recommend a trip to Imotski, in the hinterland of Biokovo, and a tour of the karst lakes which have a unique beauty. Just over an hour drive from Tučepi is also one of the most famous Catholic shrines in the world, Međugorje (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

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Road distance of Tučepi from some European cities

Berlin (D) 1 600 km
Bratislava (SK) 887 km
Brussels (B) 1 730 km
Budapest (H) 800 km
Frankfurt (D) 1 335 km
Graz  (A) 617 km
Istanbul (TR) 1 382 km
Kiev (UA) 1 892 km
London (GB) 2 096 km
Ljubljana (SLO) 574 km
Madrid (E) 2 463 km
Maribor (SLO) 563 km
Milan (I) 1 064 km
Moskva (RUS) 2 753 km
München (D) 985 km
Oslo (N) 2 507 km
Paris (F) 1 829 km
Praha (CZ) 1 076 km
Roma (I) 1 504 km
Sarajevo (BiH) 214 km
Stockholm (S) 2 561 km
Warszawa (PL) 1 493 km
Wien (A) 773 km
Zagreb (HR) 440 km
Zürich (CH) 1 210 km

From the cultural offer of Tučepi we emphasize three major events. The "Tučepi Summer Evenings" cover entertainment and cultural events, and every year they start with the folk festival on June 13, on the feast of St. Anthony, the patron of Tučepi.

This brief review of the history of viticulture and winemaking of Dalmatia serves to acquaint you with the wine treasures of this beautiful region where one magical story of the wine industry in Croatia started!

The Borić family has been producing olive oil for generations. Pave Borić proudly continues the family tradition.

Gastronomy is a word that was created from the Greek word Gaster (stomach) and nomos (rule, order). It indicates the skill of preparing food and the culture of recommendations or choosing meals.