Walking holidays in Croatia
With around 300 days of sunshine annually, numerous islands, history and culture, the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia is the ideal location for pleasant walking. Enjoy historic Dubrovnik, visit where Marco Polo was born (allegedly), do some island hopping, moderate walking and plenty of time to take a dip in the Adriatic.
To plan your ideal Croatia walking trip, contact a specialist trekking consultant today.
Further below on this page, you can click through to our self-guided and group walking holiday itineraries in Croatia.
With around 300 days of sunshine annually, numerous islands, history and culture, the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia is the ideal location for pleasant walking. Enjoy historic Dubrovnik, explore the beautiful Elaphiti Islands and walk through national parks, vineyards, olive groves and along coastal paths to beautiful beaches. Choose from a self-guided walk on the islands of Korcula and Sipan, or a group guided walk on the Dalmatian coastline and the islands of Sipan, Mljet, Lopud and Kolocep.
"I especially enjoyed the walking routes in Montenegro. The day trip to Mostar was fascinating and the fresh fish available on the trip were wonderful." Richard White, Tailor-Made Croatia
Our walks in Croatia follow roads and paths mostly with good conditions underfoot, and will best appeal to those seeking moderate walking at a leisurely pace. Accommodation is in a centrally based hotel not far from the historical centre of Dubrovnik, or in a variety of small, friendly pensions.
The best time of year to visit Croatia is from June to September, with July and August being the busiest and hottest months.
Grades Explained- Easy
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