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Croatia Hiking Tours

Meander through the narrow winding alleyways of the historic streets of Dubrovnik, hike through the dramatic valley of Paklenica Gorge and discover glistening waterfalls plunging into pools of aquamarine water on our walking trips to Croatia.
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Small group walking tours to Croatia

Turquoise seas, golden-sand beaches, medieval architecture and effervescent waterfalls await your discovery in Croatia. Set off on foot and explore this fascinating country on a small group walking tour. Head to the Dalmatian Coast to immerse yourself in picture-postcard landscapes and laid back island life or head inland to explore the verdant valleys of Croatia's national parks with towering peaks and blue lakes.

But it's not all about walking. Croatian food is a key highlight of our walking holidays too. You'll find delicious fresh seafood in abundance, so tuck into some grilled sea bream or john dory to top up your energy reserves. And Game of Thrones fans will spot a few familiar settings amongst the timeworn cobblestone streets of Dubrovnik and Split, including the mysterious chambers of Red Keep, Daenerys Targaryen's throne room and the busy streets of Meereen.

Walking tours in Croatia

Croatia Walking and Trekking Trip code CO
8 Days From US$2070 without flights
Croatia, Montenegro Walking and Trekking Trip code WCM
8 Days From US$1600 without flights

Best hikes in Croatia

Plitvice National Park
Meander in and around 16 shimmering pools of topaz water via a maze of timber boardwalks in Croatia's Plitvice National Park on our Croatia walking tour. An oasis of lush forest encapsulates the ancient limestone cliffs and pearly-white cascading waterfalls, veiled by a haze of glistening spray and rainbow crescents. Keep an eye out for pops of pink amongst the lush-green vegetation as bright orchids rise from the fertile soils and soft puffs of smoke tree blossom smoulder in the bushes.

Paklenica Gorge
Follow the flower-lined mountain trails of Paklenica Gorge on our Croatia walking tour. Zig-zagging through the craggy hillsides, we set off on foot to the deserted summer village of Ramici before descending through broadleaf forest scented with wild thyme and sage. Take in dramatic views of the smooth limestone cliffs plunging into the depths of the gorge and soothe tired legs with a refreshing swim in the sea before heading back to the hotel for a well-deserved rest before tomorrow's adventure.

Korcula and Mljet Islands
Head to Croatia's Adriatic coastline to visit magnificent islands lapped by azure-blue waters on our Croatian Islands walking tour. Mljet, known as the 'green island' is the most verdant. Hike through its leafy forests in search of vast salt-water lakes and visit a 12th-century Benedictine Monastery in the middle of Lake Veliko Jezero. A walk on Korcula island will take you past rows of flourishing vineyards, and to the romantic narrow streets of Korcula's Old Town peppered with boutique bars and restaurants.

Widely known as the 'pearl of the Adriatic' the medieval town of Dubrovnik retains a welcoming atmosphere and authentic charm following its decimation during the Siege of Dubrovnik. Loving restored by the local people this fortified town boasts plenty of pretty alleyways to explore, and a walk along its timeworn stone walls will reveal far-reaching views across a blanket of red-terracotta roofs and the azure-blue ocean beyond.

Wander through a maze of narrow cobblestone streets in the picturesque city of Split. Go in search of pre-Romanesque churches, Gothic chapels and rustic townhouses, delve into hidden galleries and browse eclectic boutiques. Stop for a bite to eat in a hole-in-the-wall cafe or head to the Riva Promenade to savour fresh seafood before relaxing on a golden sand beach and playing a game of Picigin with the locals.


Frequently asked questions about our walking tours in Croatia

How challenging are your walking tours in Croatia?
Our walking trips to Croatia are graded easy-moderate or moderate. Our Walking Montenegro and the Croatian Islands trip is easy-going with 2.5 to 5 hours of walking each day on well-defined paths and at low altitude. Our Walks and Coastal Towns of Croatia tour is a bit more challenging with about five hours of walking each day, so a good level of fitness is required. There may also be some rocky ascents and descents to negotiate.

When is the best time to join a walking trip in Croatia?
Our walking trips to Croatia tend to run from May to October when the weather is warm and dry. Temperatures usually sit in the low to mid 20°C but can creep up into the thirties in July and August. Book a trip in the Autumn for quieter trails and beaches, but be prepared for occasional short bursts of rain during these times.

What is the accommodation like on your Croatia walking holidays?
We tend to stay in small, family-run hotels in Croatia. The standards are good and offer a warm welcome with great service. These simple guest houses provide a great way to experience a family atmosphere and to learn more about the local culture.

Are your Croatia walking tours suitable for solo travellers?
All of our small group walking tours to Croatia are popular with solo travellers. Walk with like-minded people as you uncover all of the spectacular sights of Croatia on our walking trips. Many of our customers join us as solo travellers so you'll be in good company and likely to make new friends en route.

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