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Kotor: Jeep Tour to Hidden Stone Village & Food Tasting7 Reviews
Drive along the coast from Kotor to visit the hidden stone village of Gornji Stoliv. Sample local foods on your village tour and explore a Franciscan monastery, which now serves as a museum.
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- Off road tour of a stone village with a view of the most beautiful bay in Europe
- A unique adventure activity that you can rarely experience
- Combination of adventure and hedonism with local food & natural juice
DescriptionYour unique opportunity to drive with an off-road vehicle to the lonely stone village of Gornji Stoliv, which is a treasure trove of history and offers a wonderful view of the Bay of Kotor. We start from Kotor and have a coastal drive to the beginning of our off road track. We pass by jeep on a forest and dirt road, go around a forest of chestnut trees and reach a hidden village that is under the protection of the cultural heritage of Montenegro. We have a light walking tour through the village where we get to know the locals and try various local juices, local olives and cheese in the village household. After the adventure and tour of the village, we return to the coast and go to the museum, which is otherwise a Franciscan monastery. There you have the opportunity to visit the museum, hear various interesting things and see the methods of how rope was once woven, Gutenberg's first printing machine, Kotor coinage. The museum is a treasure trove of the history of the Bay of Kotor and what sets it apart from other museums is its incredible ambiance as well as the possibility to sit there and enjoy a coffee. After the museum, our tour ends and we take you back to your accommodation by coastal drive.
IncludesDeparture in front of the accommodation if it is in Kotor. Off-road vehicle Nissan Pathfinder, air-conditioned. Wifi in the vehicle. Free water and juices throughout the journey from the vehicle's fridge. Museum ticket and guided tour through the museum. Tasting of national food (prosciutto and chese) Homemade bread and local olives Various homemade juices (pomegranate, quince, raspberry) Photography with a drone and recording with a gopro camera.
- You will climb 100 steps to reach the top of the Stone Willage.