Discover and walk the best areas of the Dalmatian coast. This self-guided walking tour starts in Split and continues to the islands Brač, Hvar and Korčula before reaching your final destination – Dubrovnik. Self-guided visits to ancient villages and towns, hikes and walks along beautiful Mediterranean nature and landscape, explanation of rich history, delicious local food and wineries, UNESCO sites and great swimming locations are just some of the highlights you will experience on our tour. 


  • Private departures on dates you prefer
  • Convenience of pre-arranged hotels and daily breakfast
  • Enjoy authentic experiences and insight of Mediterranean coast and islands
  • Explore rich cultural heritage (Diocletian’s Palace in Split, town Hvar, Korčula and Dubrovnik)
  • Mediterranean gastronomy and natural beauties
  • Great mix of activities and free time
  • Personalized services
  • Price from

    1.360,00 €

  • Theme

    Walking and Hiking

  • Type


  • Style

    Self Guided

  • Min group size

    2 guests

  • Level

    Recreational to Moderate

  • Duration

    7 days

  • Accommodation

    B&B 3* and 4* 


  • Welcome to Croatia

    Start your adventure holiday in Split by meeting our representative. If your arrival time allows, you will depart for your first walk along Marjan hill. In the evening take a stroll along the historic old town and the UNESCO protected Diocletian’s Palace where you will find numerous charming bars and taverns.

    Meals: -
    Walking distance:  walk along Marjan hill 7 or 14 km, duration 2 h
    Destinations visited: Split, Marjan hill, Diocletian’s Palace
    Accommodation: 3* or 4* B&B in Split

  • Island Brač

    Start the day with a ride on the morning public ferry to the island Brač. Besides tourism and olive oil production, Brač is particularly famous for its special white building stone. Since ancient times this stone was used in construction and examples can be seen all over the world, for example the entire Diocletian’s Palace in Split as well as parts of the White House and many other sites were built with Brač stone. Therefore, stone masonry and stone quarrying are still present on the island. You can choose between a couple of hiking options and walk past numerous olive groves, traditional fishermen villages, stone walls and quarries, beautiful coves and pebble beaches. Both walking options include nice coastal parts where you might want to take a dip in the crystal-clear sea of Brač before riding the ferry back to Split.

    Meals: B
    Walking distance:  13 or 16 km  , duration 3 - 5 h walk  
    Destinations visited: Island Brač, its coastal villages and coves 
    Accommodation: 3* or 4* B&B in Split

  • Boat ride to Hvar island

    Enjoy a scenic boat transfer to your next island – Hvar. After you disembark in the port walk and explore the old town of Stari Grad. There is a lot of history in this town, but most evident is the Greek influenced architecture. The walk today starts from a former shepherds’ settlement that is famous for its lavender and rosemary oil production. Passing by lavender fields, ancient stone walls and traditional villages you arrive to the south coast of the island from where you continue the walk along the coastal rocky path to town Hvar. The turquoise sea will be calling you, so make sure you pack your swim suit. The evening is at your disposal, enjoy coffee or gelato at the main square and watch the world go by. Check out historical sites dating back to the 7th century, the Venetian loggia and oldest public theatre in Europe. 

    Meals: B
    Walking distance: 12 km, duration 3 - 4 h walk
    Destinations visited: lavender fields of Hvar, pebble beaches  
    Accommodation: 3* or 4* B&B in Hvar 

  • Town Hvar

    Discover one of the most romantic piazzas in the Mediterranean, check out Europe’s oldest municipal theatre and walk to the hilltop fortress Španjola from the 13th century. If you want to add some more distance, continue along the pine forest and olive groves to the Napoleonic Fort, from where you will have great views over Hvar’s archipelago. If you prefer to rest from walking today, other activities are at your disposal: sea kayaking or swimming and exploring Pakleni Islands situated just in front of Hvar, exploring local beaches or just mingling with the locals in the town’s square and watching the world go by.In the afternoon, public ferry takes you to Island Korčula.  Walk and discover its medieval town walls, museums, art galleries, wine production tradition, ancient folk music and dances. At its heart, Korčula is a traditional shipbuilding and fishing town and one of the most enjoyable stopovers between Split and Dubrovnik.

    Meals: B
    Walking distance: 5 or 9 km, duration 2-4h walk       
    Destinations visited: town Hvar, Španjola fortress  
    Accommodation: 3* or 4* B&B in Korčula town

  • Walk through a magical forest on Korčula

    Welcome to the island Korčula. Depart for the walk which starts from one of the oldest settlements on the islands. Following a short walk through the village, continue along the fascinating nature park made up of interesting rock formations and vegetation which includes moss, ivy and fern; plants which are unusual in the dry Mediterranean climate. The walk ends in Pupnat, where you might want to enjoy lunch and taste homemade specialties prepared by the Farač family. In the afternoon you can opt to relax at your accommodation or refresh yourself in the crystal-clear waters of Korčula. This evening you will have free time to discover the town of Korčula and its charming medieval center

    Meals: B
    Walking distance: 9 km, duration 2.5 - 3 h      
    Destinations visited: Korčula town, park of Nature Kočje
    Accommodation: 3* or 4* B&B in Korčula town

  • Dubrovnik

    Catch a ferry to Dubrovnik and explore one of the most beautiful cities in the Mediterranean. Get lost in the labyrinth of the old town’s limestone streets, baroque buildings, ancient walls or just admire the endless blue colour of the Adriatic Sea. The walk today is through the history and architecture of historic town of Dubrovnik. Rector’s Palace, Sponza Palace, the Dominican Monastery, Famous Stradun street and one of the oldest pharmacies are on your list. Time permitting and depending on the boat schedule, you might want to walk or take the cable car to Srđ mountain for the best view over Dubrovnik.  

    Meals: B
    Walking distance: 2 - 3 km, duration 2.5-3 h     
    Destinations visited: historic town of Dubrovnik 
    Accommodation: 3* or 4* B&B in Dubrovnik

  • Tour end

    The tour ends today after breakfast in Dubrovnik.  

    Meals: B
    Accommodation: -

Places visited and stopovers 

2024 Dates and prices


Price per person: 1.360,00 €

Single supplement: 445,00 €


Price per person: 1.440,00 €

Single supplement: 545,00 €


Price per person: 1.540,00 €

Single supplement: 630,00 € 

July and August

Price per person: 1.800,00 €

Single supplement: 740,00 €


Price per person: 1.610,00 €

Single supplement: 695,00 €


Price per person: 1.380,00 €

Single supplement: 480,00 €

November till March

Price per person: 1.370,00 €

Single supplement: 415,00 €

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What's included

  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • Luggage shuttles
  • All ferry and boat transfers
  • GPS navigation for setup on mobile phones - (please note we do not provide mobile phone or phone adapter)
  • Maps and descriptions for walking and hiking
  • Maps and descriptions for walking and sightseeing in the historic towns, parks visited and other sites en route.
  • 24/7 support by our office

What's not included

  • Lunches and dinners
  • Admissions to attractions (unless otherwise stated)
  • Gratuities
  • Arrival/Departure airport transfer
  • Optional activities
  • Insurance


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  • Airport transfers
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