With small, affable and relaxed groups brought together by Ramblers Worldwide Holidays you will enjoy a walking holiday in Croatia that is both magical and exceptional. Our experienced leaders will take you off the beaten track for authentic experiences which you can enjoy in the security and confidence of their trustworthy knowledge.

Walking in Croatia offers you a variety of sensational options: if you want culture we’ll show you historical highlights such as the medieval city of Dubrovnik and other gems such as the ancient aqueduct system. 

Travellers who are limited to car travel can easily miss the fascinating details of this destination. When you join one of our walking holidays in Croatia, you can discover everything at your own pace. Whether you seek a gentle path or a strenuous climb, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays will reveal to you the best routes and landmarks of this glorious region.

After all, the world’s more beautiful on foot.


A WEEK AROUND DUBROVNIK A walled city of intriguing narrow streets, squares and fine buildings in one of the most spectacular settings in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Enjoy this old city of Dubrovnik chosen as a world heritage site by UNESCO lying on the coast of the southern most tip of Croatia on our walking and sightseeing holiday. We can follow the course of Medieval Dubrovnik’s aqueduct, explore the Elafiti Isles or visit the charming seaside town of Cavtat during our busy week.Regional R1
NEXT DEPT: 20 Sep 15 
DURATION: 7 nights
GRADE: D,Short Escapes,Sightseeing
FROM: £775
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CROATIAN ISLAND ADVENTURE Two Adriatic islands and a visit to Old Split.
Our island adventure takes place in Central Dalmatia region of Croatia on the beautiful Adriatic Sea. Each of Croatia’s favourite yet very different islands – Brac and Hvar – has its own distinctive character, each offering something new to discover. We also visit the city of Split and the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian.
NEXT DEPT: Future Departures 
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VENICE & THE ADRIATIC A real journey across the seas, one rich in history and beautiful scenery.
NEW Venice’s myriad palaces, churches, islands and canals were in the fourteenth century at the heart of a vast maritime empire. Amazingly all but two of the ports visited on this cruise (Gibraltar and Cádiz) were once part of the Venetian Doge’s domain. Venice itself will be for many the highlight of this cruise.
NEXT DEPT: 12 Sep 15 
DURATION: 28 nights
GRADE: Sightseeing
FROM: £3,225
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