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Northern Croatia walking holiday

Northern Croatia with its Adriatc Coast, offers one of the most undiscovered and scenically dramatc walking landscapes in Europe. The country’s Northern coastline, with its relaxed Mediterranean ambience, offers an area rich in stunningly beautful medieval towns, and villages, fantastc food, lush natonal parks, cascading waterfalls and sunshine! This spectacular walking holiday explores the very best of the Northern Adriatc Coast and its areas of outstanding natural beauty, including the natonal parks of Plitvice and Krka with their superb lakes, spectacular waterfalls and rich fauna. We start in the colorful capital, Zagreb with its busy market square, old quarter and stunning cathedral ... Read more >
From €975 excluding flights

Croatia national parks holiday

Nature is certainly the greatest artist in the world. Its creations are unsurpassed, and part of its incredible abundance can be seen on a mountain adventure through four Croatian national parks. Visit Plitvice Lakes, the world-famous national park, whose sixteen smaller and greater lakes connected with cascades and waterfalls will simply leave you lost for words. In the heart of the Gorski kotar region lies the Risnjak National Park, an oasis of natural beauty and a natural habitat for the lynx, wolf and bear, while the Velebit mountain is home to two more national parks: Northern Velebit will enchant you with its botanical park with rare alpine plant species, and Paklenica will show off ... Read more >
From €1,580 excluding flights

Croatia self guided cycling holiday, Istrian Peninsula

Join us in an interesting cycling adventure along the Istrian peninsula. Ride along the east and west coasts, and into the Istrian inland. The tracks pass through beautiful landscapes dotted with old villages and picturesque towns. Sweep into glorious valleys with rivers and forests and emerge again onto the slopes of hills, meandering through tunnels, over bridges and viaducts, between the vineyards and olive groves of Istria’s top producers. On our journey we will pass through the medieval towns of Grožnjan and Motovun, situated on hilltops which afford fantastic views. We will also visit the former Roman colonies of Porec and Pula, which have kept impressive traces of the Roman ... Read more >
From €590 excluding flights

Trieste to Pula cycling tour, self guided

This tailor made Trieste to Pula cycling tour, self guided, takes you from Italy, through Slovenia and into Croatia to explore the Istrian Peninsula. Cycle to pretty towns and along beautiful coastline, soaking up the culture and history of this unspoiled area. You’ll discover Trieste and Pula, both important ports during the Austro-Hungarian empire. Visit Porec and Rovinj, which were vibrant trading centres at the height of the Roman Empire, while in the interior of Istria, visit Motovun and Grožnjan, two beautiful medieval fortified towns, perched high on hills. In between these interesting towns you’ll see the vineyards and olive groves that inform the culinary traditions of this region. ... Read more >
From €590 excluding flights

Croatia family holiday, small group

Explore untouched nature on foot, paddle along Istrian coast, swim and snorkel in crystal clear water, bike along the old railway Parenzana, etc. Istria is a carefree combination of an active or quiet holiday destination and don't be surprised if it wins you over with its charm. Should you choose Buje, Buzet, Motovun, Groznjan, you will find privacy and the silence of medieval towns – fortresses and familiarize yourself with the gastronomy and wine making. Motovun is a small town in the interior part of Istria, with a green Istrian landscape and wine roads that also plays host to many film festivals. Buzet is an authentic Istrian town that was settled in ancient history and is known as the ... Read more >
From €950 excluding flights

Self guided cycling holiday in Croatia, Istria

Explore the Istrian peninsula by cycling through pristine nature, accompanied by expert guides. Join us in exploring the former narrow-gauge railway line Parenzana, which was turned into a true attraction for cyclists! You will be thrilled with the small picturesque towns, and landscapes dotted with old villages through which you pass. Sweeping into beautiful valleys with forests and rivers framing them and then emerging onto the slopes of the hills, the beauty of the nature will take your breath away. Take a short break and soak up the abundance of peace and greenery. On this interesting trip you will pass through tunnels, over bridges and viaducts, between olive groves and vineyards that ... Read more >
From €430 excluding flights

Croatia holiday, hiking in the National Parks

This hiking adventure takes you accros the mountains that surround the Kvarner bay in the northern Adriatic. First we start with the Ucka mountain. Ucka mountain means mountain of the wolwes, taking the name of the animals once numerous in this area. After Ucka we move to another mountain that got its name from an animal, its Risnjak. The name arrive from the lynx, in croatian ris, so "Risnjak" means a place where lynxes live. From Risnjak the tour takes us to the youngest national park in Croatia - "Northern Velebit", with numerous endemic species and specific geomorphological phenonona. From Northern Velebit we will go further south, to the National Park "Paklenica", its canyons and paths ... Read more >
From €1,280 excluding flights

Istria walking holiday, Croatia

Istria, the green and lush peninsula in the north of Croatia, is the perfect landscape for a walking holiday. This beautiful region’s vineyards and olive trees, shady forests, crystal clear rivers, beautiful villages and medieval hilltop towns are all best appreciated on foot. As you walk, drink in the area’s natural beauty and learn about Istria’s culture and history, pausing to take in the wonderful views from pretty towns perched high up in the hills. This eight-day walking tour visits Hum, the smallest town in the world, and also the medieval towns of Buzet, Motovun and Grožnjan, famous for its population of artists. You will also enjoy wonderful walking through Ucka Nature Park, a ... Read more >
From €720 excluding flights

Istria self guided cycling holiday in Croatia

Explore the Istrian peninsula by cycling through pristine nature. Join us in exploring the former narrow-gauge railway line Parenzana, which was turned into a true attraction for cyclists! You will be thrilled with the small picturesque towns, and landscapes dotted with old villages through which you pass. Sweeping into beautiful valleys with forests and rivers framing them and then merging onto the slopes of the hills, the beauty of the nature will take your breath away. Take a short break and soak up the abundance of peace and greenery. On this interesting trip you will pass through tunnels, over bridges and viaducts, between olive groves and vineyards that give this area special charm. ... Read more >
From €590 excluding flights

Istria activity holiday in Croatia

Explore untouched nature on foot, paddle along Istrian coast, swim and snorkel in crystal clear water, bike along the old railway Parenzana, etc. Istria is a carefree combination of an active or quiet holiday destination and don't be surprised if it wins you over with its charm. Should you choose Buje, Buzet, Motovun, Groznjan, you will find privacy and the silence of medieval towns – fortresses and familiarize yourself with the gastronomy and wine making. Motovun is a small town in the interior part of Istria, with a green Istrian landscape and wine roads that also plays host to many film festivals. Buzet is an authentic Istrian town that was settled in ancient history and is known as the ... Read more >
From €530 excluding flights

Family activity holiday in Croatia and Slovenia

Istria is a carefree combination of an active or quiet holiday destination and don't be surprised if it wins you over with its charm. You will find privacy and the silence of medieval towns – fortresses, familiarize yourself with the gastronomy and wine making. Expirience Slovenia`s largest glacial lake Bohinj and cycling in Brda, wine region of Slovenia. Activities: -seakayaking -biking -caving -hiking Read more >
From €1,690 excluding flights

Cycling holiday in Croatia, Dubrovnik to Split

This authentic experience of South Croatia will give you the best picture of Croatian lifestyle. Views of the crystal clear water of the Adriatic sea, vineyards and picturesque towns will make your bike tour unforgettable. If you add on the city of Dubrovnik with its gorgeous city walls and Split with one of the best preserved Roman monuments in the world, then your adventure will be enriched with 2500 years of fabulous history. Highlights: -Dubrovnik -Pelješac penisnula -Island of Korcula -Island of Hvar -Island of Brac -Split For this tour is also available E-bike rental Read more >
From €1,680 excluding flights

Istria family cycling holiday, Croatia

Immersed in the sparkling blue of the Adriatic Sea and known for its wonderful food and warm, sunny days, there is something magical about the Croatian peninsula of Istria. Home to meandering country lanes, hidden coves, hill top villages, old railway lines and plenty of places serving delicious ice cream, Istria is the perfect place for a family cycling holiday. We've mixed cycling routes with cave visits, a spot of snorkelling, plenty of time for swimming in the warm sea, tasty picnics and some family friendly sea kayaking in the beautiful fjord of Lim. We'll cycle on undulating roads and tracks which take us through vineyards and olive groves, plus peddle along the old railway track of ... Read more >
From €760 excluding flights

Croatia wine tour by bike

Enjoy a week cycling through unspoiled northern Croatia, exploring its ancient towns and local vineyards on this Croatia wine tour by bike. This holiday runs in Istria, the largest peninsula in Croatia, in the far north of the country. It’s a lush, productive region of vineyards and olive groves, with pretty towns perched on hilltops, rivers, forests and pebbly beaches. You’ll find culture, history and beautiful rural landscapes here and you’ll also find superb wine. This eight day holiday combines easy cycling, excellent food and wine, and exploration both inland and along the coast, as you pedal to handsome medieval towns such as Grožnjan, Oprtalj, Motovun and the Roman town of Porec. ... Read more >
From €590 excluding flights

Croatia biking tour, Zadar to Mali Losinj

From the saddle of a bike you will experience the beautiful Dalmatian coastline that runs parallel to stunning offshore islands and coastal inlets. The scenery is particularly dramatic on the island of Pag which has views of the mountain of Velebit and the canyon of the National Park Paklenica. Influence from the mainland and town of Zadar is visible on the islands of Ugljan and Pašman while inhabitants still protect their traditional way of life which relies on the sea, agriculture and fishery. On the islands of Cres and Krk; the two biggest Croatian islands, we will visit the local towns of Vrbnik, Krk, Cres, Osor. For refreshments we will stop in the charming indigenous konobe (taverns) ... Read more >
From €1,120 excluding flights

Croatia self guided walking holiday, Istria region

Get to know the unspoiled north of Croatia, on this self guided walking holiday in the Istria region. A large peninsula in the north of Croatia, Istria is famous for its fertile landscapes, ancient towns and excellent local food and wine. This week-long holiday includes five days of walking, over distances between 11km and 25km, through beautiful countryside, along rivers, through forests and past vineyards and olive groves. This is a chance to get close to a beautiful, quiet corner of Croatia, enjoying its peaceful countryside but also soaking up its culture and heritage as you explore small villages and towns, often perched on hillsides with magnificent views. Visit postcard-pretty Hum, ... Read more >
From €610 excluding flights
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