If you want to get to know the region the get off-road. The Digital Discovery of Dubrovnik 2021 experience program from the specialised remote working agency, Adriatic SeaChange, took to four-wheels last weekend as digital nomads headed on a journey deep into the heart of the countryside.
The nomads escaped from the hustle and bustle of Dubrovnik and heading inland, and by inland we mean deep inland, to soak up local quaint villages, Mediterranean flora and fauna and panoramic views, all on a Quad! This was a Dubrovnik safari to remember.
“I just can’t believe how beautiful this is and just how lucky I am to be able to live and work here,” smiled one American digital nomad as she admired the view.
Last weekend Adriatic SeaChange organised their third experience in July - Off Road Adventure in the wilds of Dubrovačka Župa. Digital nomads from all over the world, from Australia to the US, had a unique opportunity to explore this region, which although it is only a 15-minute drive from Dubrovnik feels like a million miles away.
And what better way to really dive into the region than on the back of a ATV! The ATV journey took this international group through some of the most glorious countryside, with over 20 kilometres of quad fun. They were delighted with amazing views over the local islands, the Adriatic Sea and there was a local gastronomic surprise to finish the ride off in fine style.
“The reaction was just amazing. I’m sure that today we opened up a new horizon for these nomads and at the same time brought them closer to our region. The all told me that they have so many photos, so many stories and most importantly memories to last a lifetime,” explained Barbara Loncaric Lucic, the co-owner of this Dubrovnik-based agency.
After their quad tour to the top of the highest peaks in Župa Dubrovačka the party made their way to a hidden gastronomic gem. OPG Miloslavić, or family restaurant Miloslavić, deep in the heart of Župa served the most amazing feast of locally grown produce. And when we say locally grown, we mean that everything on the table came from a 2-kilometre radius of the tables that the nomads were eating from.
Needless to say the social media accounts and the travel blogs of this group of digital nomads shone as bright as the July sun with praise for the region and for the people they met along the way.