Our knowledgeable leaders will take you through the region’s most scenic spots, including the less-travelled paths, so you can enjoy a truly authentic experience.Dubrovnik holds its well-earned title as the capital of this exceptional country and is unquestionably one of the most spectacular settings in the Eastern Mediterranean. This city is a treasure trove of stunning, remarkable sights, with intriguing narrow streets, bold and extravagant squares, and buildings that soar above the walls of the city - all waiting to be discovered by enthusiastic hikers. In Old Town Dubrovnik, visitors can discover the city’s historic buildings, the oldest of which date back to as early as the 12th century and have been excellently preserved, providing a highly realistic representation of how the streets would have looked in their prime.
Explore Croatia By Foot, For An Immersive Holiday Experience
As well as being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Croatia is very much a contemporary city. Travel through the Dalmatian islands on one of our specialised walking tours to experience what each diverse island has to offer: from the calm settings of Hvar, to the chilling coastal caves you discover along the way.
Wander through the stunning streets of Ston on an evening, where walkers will discover a harmonious combination of times old and new. Ascend the almighty fortified Walls of Ston - the second longest defensive wall in the world after the Great Wall of China, and look down on the town’s classic red-roofed buildings.
Alternatively, slip into a charming, quaint restaurant to sample a glass of Croatia’s famous wine and fresh Oysters. Croatia is also coined as “the pearl of the Adriatic”, and has been described by many as “paradise on Earth”; the moment you set foot on the terrain of this idyllic country, you will see why.