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Dalmatian Coast

Dalmatian Coast Tours

Dalmatian Coast Holidays

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Cycling Croatia's Dalmatian Coast

Dalmatian Coast
8 Days from £ 1,945
£ 1,795

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycling routes along Croatia's spectacular Dalmatian coastline

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Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Coast

View of Dubrovnik, Croatia
8 Days from £ 1,795
£ 1,705

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Stunning Croatian islands and historic cities.


Dalmatian Coast Island Hopping

Dalmatian Coast
8 Days from £ 1,389

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

This walking holiday combines Croatia's rich cultural heritage and its amazing natural beauty.

Walking & Trekking

Top 5 Islands to Visit on Dalmatian Coast Tours

Hvar: One of the more frequented of Croatia’s islands, Hvar is a fashionable port town popular with anyone that loves food and history – a match made in heaven. Throughout its warren of streets, often referred to as a mini-Venice, you’ll find ancient buildings, Gothic palaces and restaurant upon restaurant selling world-class seafood dishes. It’s this combination that makes visitors fall in love with Hvar, not to mention its natural beauty that can be seen along its pristine coastline and among vibrant lavender fields. To get a real sense of the town’s history, walk along the medieval walls or climb up to the fortress that stands at the top of the hill.

Korcula: While Korcula has earned itself somewhat of a reputation for its sprawling vineyards and wineries, there’s lots more lurking beneath its surface which draws travellers from across the globe. Picture sleepy villages, olive groves and flower-filled meadows where you can immerse yourself in the alluring scenery – there’s no doubt Korcula is very easy on the eye. Often called ‘Little Dubrovnik’, the island is also wrapped inside medieval walls where authentic restaurants and bars are tucked away among cobbled streets. Pupnat is the oldest village on the island, with just 500 inhabitants, a parish church and a local bar, and gives you an insight into both its past and modern life.

Brac: This scenic island is popular with walkers wanting to explore its diverse landscapes, from rocky beaches and dramatic mountains to lush vineyards and ancient forests. As well as being the largest of the islands in Central Dalmatia spanning almost 400 square kilometres, Brac also plays host to the Adriatic’s highest mountain, Vidova Gora. On your travels, you’ll also learn about the island’s rich history dating back to Neolithic times when it was first inhabited and experience a more authentic side to the Dalmatian islands. And be sure to try some of the locally grown olives that have been cultivated here from more than half a million trees since the late 17th century!

Mljet: There’s something enchanting about the island of Mljet with its largely unspoilt landscapes, azure water and hushed forests that lure walkers to its shores. And while it flaunts such natural beauty, it is often overlooked by tourists. Lying off the Peljesac Peninsula, the island of Mljet is home to two salt lakes, Veliko and Malo Jezero, and is a tranquil oasis where you can escape from everyday life. Approximately one-third of the island is covered by a national park, which offers an insight into a small piece of Croatia’s heritage. If you want to go in search of spectacular views, head up into the hills where sprawling coastal panoramas unfold.

Fantastic holiday with a wonderful tour guide Vanja. Met new friends and saw and viewed great sites.

Ann Hales Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Coast

The actual holiday was amazing, but the prep support was poor.

Caroline Bilbrough Cycling Croatia's Dalmatian Coast

Croatia presented beautiful scenery and numerous historic sites, with local guides to explain it all. The hotels were acceptable, the breakfasts nothing to shout about. Our random group of travelers meshed well. But the real praise goes to our tour guide, Vanya, who treated us as family, carefully explained each day’s itinerary and made sure that we could concentrate on the sites and not on the logistics.

Stanley Fine Dubrovnik & the Dalmatian Coast