Split, Croatia, is home to exquisite culinary experiences and traditional dishes that draw tourists worldwide. The historic seaside villages and Romanesque architecture set an alluring backdrop for a vibrant food scene. Discover the markets with a local celebrity chef as your guide, and head to the hills of Mt. Kozjac for a privately prepared gourmet experience and learn about the spirits of the region with your very own sommelier.
Those looking deep in the heart of Slovenia can find Škocjan; the largest known underground canyon in the world. So large, in fact, that it is a registered UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk the cave’s depths with a private tour guide, who will illuminate your tour with stories and facts about the unique natural phenomenon. Find ancient stalagmites and stalactites along the Reka River, which cuts through the canyon’s limestone walls.
Just off the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea lies a small shellfish farming village nestled upon the Bay of Mali Ston, Croatia. Here lies one of the most prominent protected marine reserves dedicated to breeding and farming oysters. The unique gastronomy of the area attracts seafood lovers and guests of Calvados Club specifically for a private oyster-tasting experience. Set upon the private island of a local farmer, guests can enjoy oysters straight from the sea paired with homemade wine and other seafood delights.