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Walking Holidays in Croatia
Walking Holidays in Croatia

Walking in Croatia

Walking Holidays in Croatia

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Croatia: Islands & Mountains

Sunset over Dubrovnik, Croatia
8 Days from CAD 3,323
CAD 2,830

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Walk idyllic coastal and mountain paths in Croatia

Walking & Trekking
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Walking in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Trekking in Sutjeska N.P
9 Days from CAD 3,323
CAD 2,985

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Explore the natural beauty and intriguing history of Bosnia

Walking & Trekking

Castles to Coast Self-Guided Walk

Motovun, Croatia
8 Days from CAD 2,995

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Explore Croatia's Istrian peninsula

Walking & Trekking

Dalmatian Coast Island Hopping

Walking Holidays in Croatia
8 Days from CAD 2,840

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

This walking holiday combines Croatia's rich cultural heritage and its amazing natural beauty.

Walking & Trekking

Top 4 Islands to Visit on Croatia Walking Tours

Hvar: Arguably the most well known of the Croatian islands, Hvar is a place of pure beauty. And although this sun-soaked island tends to attract the rich and famous, it also has hidden depths that often go undiscovered in favour of its pristine beaches and swanky nightlife. Hiking in Croatia lets you delve a little deeper and explore lesser-known places such as Milna and the hillside village of Malo Grablje. But if you prefer to stay more central, there are plenty of sights to discover in the port town, from the 13th century walls and Renaissance cathedral to its aromatic lavender fields.

Korcula: There’s no doubt Korcula has been placed firmly on the map by its world-famous wineries and vineyards, and each year discerning wine lovers are drawn here. The island is also made up of sleepy hamlets, woodlands and fishing villages that punctuate the coast, and it’s often referred to as ‘Little Dubrovnik’ owing to its medieval walls and vibrant culture. Our hiking tours in Croatia take you on fascinating journeys of discovery through pretty pastures, olive groves and ancient villages, where you can learn more about the history of the island. Visit the oldest village on the island, Pupnat; walk in the footsteps of the Napoleon general, Marmont; and see the unusual rock formations at Kocje Nature Park.

Brac: Laying claim to being the largest island in central Dalmatia, Brac is a stunning destination that attracts more seasoned walkers and a less glamorous crowd than you’d find in Hvar. Brac is home to the tallest mountain on the Adriatic islands and its landscape comprises rugged coastal cliffs, pebbly beaches, vineyards and pine forests. If you’re planning on going walking in Croatia, Brac certainly offers some fabulous hiking trails, and you also have the opportunity to learn about its history too. The island has been inhabited since the Neolithic age and in the 10th century it became a part of the Croatian kingdom of King Tomislav. The Brac Museum has a great collection of ethnographical remains and stones and is a great place for uncovering more of the island’s past.

Mljet: Shrouded in dense forests and lush landscapes, Mljet is one of the most enchanting islands you’ll visit on our Croatia walking holidays. Arrive at the island in style on a catamaran and head to the national park to discover the two impressive salt lakes of Veliko and Malo Jezero. The emerald waters are dazzling and are known for enticing swimmers in for a dip. in the centre of Veliko Jezero stands the islet Melita where a 12th-century Benedictine monastery can be accessed by boat. Throughout the park you’ll find well-marked trails that wind among the island, or you can climb up into the hills that overlook the coast for some spectacular views.

Well organised and planned trip. Group size was only 7 but the smaller group was better. Scenery and sights were fantastic. Our guide had very good knowledge and took us to great restaurants.

Katherine Dellow Camino de Santiago Trek

Really enjoyed this hiking trip. Often travelling to Spain but it was the first time for me to experience Sierra de Aitana. Very close to Costa Blanca but felt secluded and peaceful. Hikes are interesting and varied; not very demanding, but i guess this is more of personal view as all depends on person’s fitness and hiking experience (also the weather could be a factor). We started our week with rainy weather but finished with plenty of sunshine. Paths vary, some have lots of scree and stones, some approaches are very rocky…this variety keeps things interesting. I found some hikes were easier in terms of approach than expected but anyway José was always on hand. Hotel is located away from everything and this provides tranquility and peaceful environment…really enjoyable moments sitting on the terrace after hike soaking up beautiful views. Great service from friendly Raquel (the owner) who prepared our tasty meals and provided us with freshly squeezed orange juice. The sandwich lunches were impressive and this comes from someone who is not a sandwich person – freshly prepared with plenty of variety – very tasty and nutritious.
The highlight – hiking in the company of Bobby (the dog).

Jo Lisowska Sierra de Aitana Trek

A wonderful walking holiday in a beautiful part of the world. The highlight for me will always be the castles. Spectacular location and amazing views. Our guide Gizer was amazing and gave us a wonderful overview of North Cyprus.
Very centrally located accommodation with easy access to the charming centre of Kyrenia.

Chitra Ganesan Walking in North Cyprus