Omiš – Radman’s Mills from Zadar


Omiš, a small town at the mouth of the Cetina River. One of the hidden jewels of Croatian history. Gorges, sheer cliffs, and steep rocks provided protection throughout centuries. A town governed by the Omiš Pirates for more than 2 centuries (from 1221 to 1444). The historic city of Omiš and the magnificent Cetina Canyon offer combination of long history and remarkable landscape of coastal mountains and river valleys.

Restaurant – picnic area Radman mills is placed 6 km from Omiš, in the heart of the Cetina River canyon. Surrounded by tall trees, ancient mill wheels, a sun dial and a calming pool field with lasy river trouts Radman´s mills enables you to capture the essence of the past.

Note: Minimum 4 person - 2 persons=115€/person


Departure from Zadar8:00
Radman's mills10:00

River cruise back to Omiš through the Cetina Canyon

Omiš Sightseeing11:30
Lunch in the restaurant13:00
Free time for swimming/walking14:00

Included in price

Lunch packages
Private guide
Boat tour


Adults /per person90€
Children up to 6 yearsFree
Children from 7-12 years / per person45€


Radmanove Mlinice

Are famous for its bread baked under the iron lid and fresh trout, caught from the river.

The Omis Riviera

Stretches for twenty kilometers (12 miles) along a coast of exceptional beauty, with many perfect pebble and sandy beaches, bays, steep cliffs and a crystal clear sea.

Starigrad Fortress

The name “Starigrad” is a Croatian name for “old town”, because it was built on the site of the antique castellum Oneum, while the new town Omis rose on the coast. Fortress is located above the town Omis.

Great food

Taste traditional Dalmatian food.

Omis excursion from Zadar

City of Knin from Zadar

There are places and cities whose unusual beauty wins the hearts of visitors in a moment, and one of them is City of Knin. City on one of the most beautiful rivers in Europe - the River Krka.


Amphitheater and Burnum9:30
Knin Fortress11:00
Lunch time13:00
Krčić Waterfall before departure14:00

Included in price

Entrance tickets: burnum/fortress
Private guide
Lunch packages


Adults /per person85€
Children up to 6 yearsFree
Children from 7-12 years / per person42,50€
Minimum 4 persons2 persons=100€/person


Knin - The city excelled by the mysterious Mountain Dinara, with the highest Croatian peak.The city with the one of the most beautiful and largest medieval fortresses in Europe ruled by Croatian kings a thousand years ago.

The archaeological site of Burnum is located within the Krka National Park, above the canyon, waterfalls, and lakes of the river, in an area of exceptional beauty and natural features. The parts of Roman Burnum include the remains of the only Roman military amphitheatre in Croatia, the arcades of the command building in the military camp, and several walls of the military drilling area.

One of the largest and oldest European fortresses. A walk along the Fortress is not an ordinary one. It is walk through time accompanied by the old walls and bastions. Its building started in the9th century. Throughout the centuries, it has been conquered, destroyed and rebuild by Hungarians, Turks, Venetians, French and Austrians, as well as the Croatian medieval peers. The Fortress awaits you with its museums and galleries, the monument of the first Croatian President.

Note: Minimum 4 person - 2 persons=100€/person


Knin Fortress

The city with the one of the most beautiful and latgest medieval fortresses in Europe ruled by croatian kings a thousand years ago.


Is an old Roman soldier camp. It is built in a 1st century.

Krčić waterfall

The river Krka originates at the spring that is located under a 22 meter high waterfall called slap Krčić. Krčić means tiny Krka.

Great food

Taste traditional Dalmatian food.

Trogir & Split Urban Excursion


Trogir Sightseeing10:30
Split sightseeing12:30
Free time (swimming, shopping)14:00
Departure to Zadar16:00


Minimum 4 person€120/person
2 person€150/person

Included in price

Pick up at your location
Sightseeing with private guide
Lunch Package



Trogir is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in Croatia. It is one of the best-preserved examples of medieval architecture in Europe, and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.

Trogir was founded by Greek colonists in the 3rd century BC, and later became a Roman city. It flourished under the rule of the Venetian Republic from the 13th to the 18th century, and still retains many of its Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings.


Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and the largest city on the Adriatic coast. It is a city with a rich history, culture, and natural beauty that will captivate you from the moment you arrive.

One of the most iconic landmarks in Split is the 4th-century Diocletian's Palace, built by Roman Emperor Diocletian as his retirement residence. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is not only one of the best-preserved monuments of Roman architecture in the world, but it also played a significant role in the city's history. As the Roman Empire crumbled and nearby Salona fell into ruin, its citizens found refuge within the abandoned palace.

The Cathedral of St. Domnius, originally built as Diocletian's mausoleum, stands proudly at the heart of the palace. Over time, the new inhabitants removed pagan idols and the emperor's sarcophagus, converting the mausoleum into a Christian church, which  is considered the oldest cathedral in the world.

Trogir & Split Excursion

We will pick you up at your location and our Private guide will lead you to experience intimately the heart of Adriatic cities' modern life and ancient heart.



Diocletian’s Palace

The palace took over ten years to build and measures two-hundred fifteen meters east to west and twenty-six meters high.

Game of Thrones

The hit HBO series Game of Thrones was filmed on the Dalmatian coast in Split and Dubrovnik.

The Kamerlengo Castle

Trogir’s fortifications are specific monuments, that gives the whole city a Medieval character.

First pharmacy

The first pharmacy in Europe was opened in 1271 in the UNESCO list town of Trogir.

Nin & Pag Urban Excursion


Nin Sightseeing9:20
Pag Sightseeing12:00
Wine and cheese tasting14:00
Departure to Zadar16:00

Minimum 2 person

1 person=150€/person

Included in price

Pick up at your location
Transportation with an airconditioned van
Private guide
Museum of Salt
Wine and cheese tasting


Nin -  oldest Croatian royal town

Nin is a 3000 years old town situated on an heart-shaped island in the middle of a lagoon. You can enter the town only across two 16th century bridges. Croatians arrived at this urban location in 7th century, and it became Seat of Croatian Bishop in 9th century. It was a free royal city since 1244, then conquered by Venetians in 15th century and destroyed by them in 17th. There are still remains of one of the greatest Roman temple on the East Adriatic coast. The heavenly patrons of Nin are St Anselm and St Marcela (Biblical persons) and St Ambrose. The Duke Višeslav Baptistery, one of the most famous symbols of Croatian history, was used in year 800 to baptize pagan Croatians. Furthermore, the Church of Cross (so called World's Smallest Cathedral), used for religious purposes, but also as a clock and calendar, it is of great religious, historical and cultural worth, as it resisted all wars and destruction. Many other historical and modern jewels are hidden around every corner of this once urban giant, now a peaceful flower of Croatia.

Pag Island - prepare to be amazed

As a second part of the excursion, Pag will amaze all of your senses. Dalmatian wine and famous Pag cheese will excite your taste buds, while the island of Pag will take you into blend of traditional life, historical sights and modern fun.

Excursion by Romeo&Juliet

Our driver will pick you up at your location and, accompanied with a Private guide, will lead you to experience intimately Nin and Pag.

You can BOOK your excursion through our online booking system or please contact us if you need more information or some different arrangements.



Pag lace

Pag is famous for the Pag lace, the lace-makers nurtured this tradition through centuries and each lace is an unique item.

The salt plant

On the island of Pag you can still see salt being produced by draining of the small clay pools inside which sea water is introduced.

Oldest city

The town Nin is considered to be one of the oldest cities in Croatia.

Bishop city

Nin used to be a Bishops city, with more than 60 known bishops.