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Arrive at the property of the Duvančić family in the village of Oklaj, which is about 10 km away from the town of Drniš. Experience the centuries-old tradition of the Dalmatian village in a pleasant and peaceful environment. The rural estate consists of a vineyard, a winery (which produces 7 types of wine), domestic animals, a children’s playground, tennis courts, and a traditional bowling alley. An early dinner will be served in their restaurant “Pilipovi dvori”.
Guests can also settle in their accommodation “Grandpa Marko’s Tavern”. The external appearance of the rooms is quite unique, designed as authentic old wooden barrels which are old over a hundred years! You can also choose to stay in the town of Drniš.
After breakfast, get ready for a walk around the city to tour the main sights. Start from the City Museum, which, among other things, holds the archaeological collection, cultural and historical collection, and the collection of the famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović. From the museum, you will easily reach the Drniš gradina, the only fortress that is preserved in the city itself. From this viewpoint experience some of the most beautiful views of Drniš, Promina, and Petrovo polje. Closeby, there is a minaret, the church of St. Ante (former mosque), and the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary.
Next up is lunch at the Vizzulin wine shop. Taste indigenous local dishes made from local ingredients and taste wines from their own production (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pošip, Roze…). The terrace provides a great view of the surroundings, far enough so you can see the rooftop of Meštrović Mausoleum.
In the afternoon visit the Old Mill, situated on the right riverbank at the beginning of Čikola. Old Mill has been named a cultural heritage due to its age, building quality, position, and environmental value.
Make your way to Otavice, not far from Drniš. Situated on the hill above Petrovo polje is the Church of the Holy Redeemer and the Meštrović Mausoleum. Constructed by Ivan Meštrović himself, one of the most prominent Croatian artists spent most of his childhood here before pursuing a long and successful artistic career.