Istralandia — after breakfast transfer to the area of Novigrad, where the largest water park in Croatia is located. The park has one of the largest swimming pools with artificial waves in the region of the Mediterranean Sea (approx. 2500 m², depth 1.8 m), a split-level swimming pool with hydro massage (approx. 900 m², depth 1.8 m), children's pool (approx. 1,000 m² depth 0.4 m), numerous slides: Crazy Hills, Pirate Castle, Mini Surf, Free Fall, Fantasy Hole, Flying Boats, Top Gun, Family Rafting, Space Rocket, Bunga Hole, Sea Hole, Sky River. On site also animations for children and adults. The water park has 6 bars. Return to the hotel in the evening. Route: approx. 280 km. Day trip, organized on Tuesday. Price - approx. 50 EUR (includes: coach transfer, entrance ticket to the water park, pilot care).
Venice — after breakfast drive through Slovenia to Punta Sabbioni. Taking waterbus across the Venice lagoon to Piazza St. Mark's Square. A stroll from the Bridge of Sighs, next to the Doge's Palace via Piazza San Marco, where St. Mark's Basilica is located, to Ponte Rialto. Free time. Return to Croatia. Route: approx. 600 km. Day trip, organized on Monday and Tuesday. Price: approx. 75 EUR (includes: bus transfer, entry fee to Venice, entry tickets and tickets for the waterbus, the care of a Polish-speaking guide, headphone sets).
Plitvice Lakes — departure after breakfast. Travel to Plitvice Lakes National Park, one of the biggest tourist attractions of Croatia. The park is famous for its 16 beautiful, small lakes connected by 92 waterfalls and is on the UNESCO list. A 4-hour walk with a guide in the programme. Return to hotel. Route: approx. 300 km. Day trip, organized on Saturday and Sunday. Price: approx. 65 EUR (includes: bus transfer, entry tickets to museum and Plitvice Lakes National Park, the care of a Polish-speaking guide, headphones sets).
Istria in one day — departure after breakfast, a tour of the peninsula of Istria. Visiting Pula, a city on seven hills, with the world's best preserved Roman amphitheater from the 1st century - so-called Arena, where a film festival takes place, the Arch of Sergius, the medieval old town. Transfer to the "Croatian Częstochowa" - Rovinj. Visiting the old town from the times of the Venetian reign: Balbi arch, cathedral of St. Euphemia. Transfer and visiting Porec. Many monuments from Roman times have been preserved, and the most important streets: Dekumanus and Cardo Maximus were drawn up already in the antiquity. From the Gothic and Baroque architecture the most important is the Euphrasian Basilica from the 5th century, entered on the UNESCO list. Transfer to Opatija, called the "Croatian Monte Carlo", the birthplace of Croatian tourism. In the year 1844, the first tourist Villa Angiolina was opened here, and from 1884, the oldest Croatian hotel Kvarner began to receive visitors. While walking along the boardwalk, the opportunity to see the marble stars on the sidewalk with the names of world-famous Croats. Return to hotel. Route: approx. 360 km. Day trip, organized on Tuesday. Price - approx. 60 EUR (includes: bus transfer, entry tickets, the care of a Polish-speaking guide, headphones sets).
Krk island — transfer to Omišalj, the first town after crossing the bridge Krk from the mainland, built on the rock at a height of approx. 80 m a.s.l., overlooking the Bay of Kvarner. Omišalj derives from the 3rd century and it is one of the oldest towns on the island. The medieval urban structure and charming city centre with narrow streets accessible only to pedestrians have been preserved here. Then drive to the town of Krk, the island's capital. Its old part is surrounded by 2000-year-old walls. Stroll: Kamplin Square, Frankopanski Castle, where many cultural events are organized. Transfer to the town of Vrbnik situated on a cliff with a stunning view of the winding streets, the ruins of the towers and vineyards with grapes from which one of the most famous wines is made: Vrbnička žlahtina. It is worth seeing, among others, the Parish Church of the Assumption of Mary from 1325, the chapel of St. John, as well as a Renaissance bell tower. Wine and local cheese tasting also included in the programme. Return to hotel. Route: approx. 130 km. Half-day trip, organized on Wednesday. Price - approx. 40 EUR (includes: bus transfer, entry tickets, tasting, the care of a Polish-speaking guide, headphones sets).
Canoeing/kayaking — transfer to the village of Brod on the River Kupa, which has excellent conditions for canoeing and rafting. The canoe safari is organized in the summer, in a quiet part of the river where the water is safe even for people with no experience in rowing. A stable "sit on top" kayak is used, which is safe for both adults and children. Safari takes approx. 2-3 h. The opportunity to admire the natural beauty of the river with crystal clear and refreshing water and an abundance of flora and fauna. Return to hotel. Route: approx. 150 km. Half-day trip, organized on Tuesday. Price - approx. 52 EUR (includes: bus transfer, entry tickets, the care of a Polish-speaking guide).
Fish picnic — depart from Novi Vinodolski. Cruise towards the island of Krk, a treat to Rakia on board. Mooring at the port Vrbnik. Lunch on board: mackerel on the grill, salad, bread, drinks: wine, water, juice. Individual touring of the city. Return to hotel. Route: approx. 10 km. Half-day trip, organized on Monday. Price - approx. 40 EUR (includes: cruise, lunch with drinks, Rakia tasting).
Postojna Cave — after lunch departure towards Slovenia, to Postojna. Visiting the Postojna Cave, accompanied by experienced guides. This place is famous for its 20-kilometer labyrinth of passages, galleries and chambers. It is the largest and most visited “classic kras” cave in Europe, considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Its most interesting tunnel was discovered in 1818 by Luka Čeč, and at the entrance inscriptions carved on the walls coming from the 13th century were found. Return to hotel. Route approx. 250 km. Half-day trip, organized on Sunday. Price - approx. 65 EUR (includes: bus transfer, entry ticket to the cave, the care of a Polish-speaking guide, headphones sets).
Local excursions are organized by local travel agencies under the conditions fixed by them. It's possible to disorganize trips due to low number of applicants.