Walks & Treks - Dalmatian Riviera

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Walks & Treks - Dalmatian Riviera

Croatia • 7 nights • Solos Board • Easy to Medium

Stunning coasts, breathtaking scenery, old medieval towns and rugged mountains: all this and more make up some of the best walks and trails Croatia has to offer.


"Croatia has been a popular destination with Solos travellers for years so we are pleased to offer the Dalmatia Riviera in our Walks & Treks category"
Jennifer Wilson, Product Executive

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"All the walks were wonderful. Eating in the mountain hut was great."
J.H. Hampshire

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"The views, good company,good local guide with local history of the mountain people. "
A.G. France

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About this holiday

From the clear waters and pebbly beaches of the Makarska Riviera, to the backdrop of magnificent Biokovo Mountain, the small town of Makarska is our wonderful setting for a week of walking. The 4 chosen guided walks are a great introduction to some of the stunning landscapes of Croatia.

Villages of Mount Biokovo

Setting off from the village of Bast, we cross over the Smokvina River admiring the steep cliffs of Mount Biokovo and through the picturesque villages of Mletin Bor, Baskovic, Veliko Brdo and Makar. The whole route affords wonderful views of the entire western part of the Makarska Riviera, the coastal towns of Split and the central islands. A picnic lunch will be taken along the trail.

The footsteps of Brejan Labourers

Our walk today follows good paths, and the odd bit of forest gravel road, from Upper Brela to the Church of St. Nicholas, dating back to the 13th-century. It’s then over to Nevestina Stina for picturesque views of the sandy beaches and villages below with lunch as a picnic en route to Topic, a charming village on the mountain slopes with beautifully preserved Dalmatian architecture.

Cetina River Canyon

From Kostanje village, we follow a path through the village and out into vineyards and olive groves before steadily climbing along the narrow track into this picturesque canyon. Here a boat will be waiting for us as we become surrounded by nature, heading along the river through this impressive 400m deep canyon to the small town of Omis

Biokovo – The Adriatic Throne

Following a well-beaten hiking trail on rocky ground and partly through beech forest, the path begins at St. Jure, Biokovo’s highest peak. With amazing views over the whole of Zabiokovlje Sinj to the Vrgorac Central mountains and around to Sarajevo (capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina) we continue on foot to Vosac peak where more stunning views across the whole of Dalmatia await. Lunch is taken in a mountain hut.

Our accommodation

Hotel Bella Vista



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Date Duration Holiday Notes Age group Price
01 Oct 18 7 nights Dalmatian Riviera All Ages From £1,215

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