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Walking the Dalmatian Coast

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Discover the treasures of the Dalmatian Coast on foot as you ramble from topaz shores and ancient port towns to snaking river gorges and fortress-topped peaks

Croatia’s coveted Dalmatian Coast is a walker’s paradise, blessed with craggy clifftop paths that showcase views over the shimmering Adriatic Sea. The base for this group walking tour is the harbour town of Makarska, where you can wander along a palm-fringed promenade while boats bob in the marina and the hulking mounds of the Biokovo Mountains loom overhead. Laze on pebbly beaches perfect for bathing in mirror-clear waters and sip coffee in street-side cafés lined with red-roofed houses and bell-towered churches.

Taste the salt-laced air and savour the sun on your face during gentle daily walks that reveal dramatic Dalmatian scenery. Your group will explore flower-filled botanical gardens and conquer the 1,762-metre-high Sveti Jure Mountain, located in the wilds of Biokovo Nature Park. Medieval history awaits in the coastal town of Omiš, which is shadowed by the 15th-century Starigrad Fortress and lies along the banks of the Cetina River. Follow the river on foot as it carves its way through a limestone gorge, floating back by boat beneath soaring karsts.

There’s plenty of time to relax en route, with photo stops and lazy picnic lunches at panoramic beauty spots, as well as evening meals in rustic Croatian taverns where you can feast on fresh seafood chased by the region’s traditional fruit brandy, rakija. Relish an entirely free day to bask on the beach, sail to the far-flung islands of Brač and Hvar, or take a scenic trip up the coast to UNESCO-listed Split for Roman palaces, cathedrals and historic squares.

Overview

  • Makarska  - 7 nights
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Tour Highlights

  • Wander some of Europe’s most spectacular coastal trails
  • Discover the rich biodiversity of Biokovo Nature Park
  • Visit the great old port of Omiš and its clifftop fort
  • Explore the Cetina River gorge on foot and by boat
  • Reward yourself with refreshing post-walk swims
  • Embrace Makarska’s social café culture

Discover the treasures of the Dalmatian Coast on foot as you ramble from topaz shores and ancient port towns to snaking river gorges and fortress-topped peaks

Accommodation

Hotel Park - Makarska

A chic 4-star hotel next to a pebble beach and just a short stroll along the promenade to Makarska’s lively centre. Restaurant, indoor and outdoor pool, spa, bar, sun terrace. 105 air-conditioned rooms with sea or mountain views, hairdryer, safe, minibar, tea/coffee making facilities and satellite TV.

Extra Nights

Stay in Split before you start your tour or before flying back to the UK

Extra nights are on request, please call to discuss your requirements
Hotel Park
(per night) £74
Single supplement £47

Hotel Park - Makarska

A chic 4-star hotel next to a pebble beach and just a short stroll along the promenade to Makarska’s lively centre. Restaurant, indoor and outdoor pool, spa, bar, sun terrace. 105 air-conditioned rooms with sea or mountain views, hairdryer, safe, minibar, tea/coffee making facilities and satellite TV.

Departures & Prices

per person in a twin/double room
easyJet from Gatwick

September
September 21 (Saturday)

Was £1995

£ 1795

Price Includes:

Air travel and taxes, transfers, 7 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, 2 dinners, 5 guided walks, some excursions, services of local guide. If our specially negotiated airfares are unavailable at the time of booking, a supplement may apply.

Not Included:

Travel insurance, optional excursions, tipping, any government taxes or compulsory charges introduced after publication.

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  • Arrival or departure transfer
  • £120

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