Biokovo and Islands Walking Holiday – Croatia


11-day walking holiday in Croatia with 10 walking tours in Biokovo National Park, a mountain range above Omiš, and on magical Dalmatian islands. Explore the landscape diversity of Croatia's national parks and islands. One of the best walks in Croatia!


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    Walking / Trekking
  • Activity Level Moderate
  • Group Size Small Group
All about the Biokovo and Islands Walking Holiday – Croatia.

11-day walking holiday in Croatia with 10 walking tours in Biokovo National Park, a mountain range above Omiš, and on the magical Dalmatian islands. Explore the landscape diversity of Croatia's national parks and islands.

Prepare your senses for a real treat as you embark on a 11-day walking holiday in Croatia, walking amongst the pine forests, vineyards, seasides and agricultural landscapes, situated southeast of the famous city of Split. Croatia walking holidays are experienced on foot and enable you to really get underneath the skin of the country as you get to know the super friendly locals along the way.


  • Experience the breathtaking scenery of Dalmatian Islands: Vis, Hvar, Mljet and Korčula.
  • Walking in Biokovo National Park.
  • Unique coastal towns of Split, Hvar, Korčula, Vis, Podgora, Makarska …
  • Explore on foot Mljet National Park.
  • Great walking trail on Biokovo mountain and fine trails on the Dalmatian islands.
  • The island of Vis - a pearl among Croatian Islands.
  • Pelješac peninsula – a well-known wine growing region of Dalmatia.
  • Climb to the top of Vis - its highest peak Hum (587 m) and to the top of Pelješac peninsula – Sveti Ilija (961 m).
  • Stay in charming Mediterranean accommodations.
  • Taste the richness of the Dalmatian culinary.


  • Duration: 11 days / 10 nights
  • Activity: Self guided walking
  • Grade: Easy to moderate
  • Accommodation: 3* hotels and private accommodation
  • Date: From March 15th to October 31st
  • Start of the tour: Every Monday
  • Tour start: Split, Croatia
The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Full organisation of the walking tour.
  • Introductory briefing on day 1 with a welcome drink in Split.
  • Booklet with detailed itinerary and route instructions, catamaran/ferry/bus timetables and tickets with all details, vouchers for accommodations, …
  • Maps with marked routes.
  • Emergency contact number and 24/7 support.
  • 11-day rental of walking equipment (hiking poles, backpack, basic rain jacket).
  • 10 nights in 3*hotel and 3* private accommodation with breakfast.
  • All catamaran and ferry transfers according to the itinerary:
    • Catamaran transfer from Vis to Split.
    • Catamaran transfer from Makarska to Korčula.
    • Catamaran transfer from Korčula to Mljet and Mljet to Hvar.
    • Catamaran transfer from Hvar to Vis.
    • Return ferry transfer from Korčula to Orebić (Pelješac).
  • All land transfers according to the itinerary:
    • Private short car transfer on Hvar island.
    • Private transfer from Split to Omiš and from Podgorica to Makarska.
    • Private transfer from Podgorica to Biokovo National Park.
    • Bus transfer from Omiš to Podgorica.
  • Mljet National Park entrance fee.
  • Biokovo National Park entrance fee.
  • Tourist tax and VAT.
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.


  • Travel to the start and from the end point of the tour.
  • Food and drinks: lunch and dinner on all days.
  • Main travel luggage transfer between towns – you carry all your luggage from one accommodation to another and gear in backpack on the walking tours from days 1-11.
  • Items of personal nature.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Single supplement: 240 €

Note: Start of the tour is every Monday!


  1. Day 1 Split
    • Morning Introductory meeting in Split.
    • Afternoon coastal walking tour and Marjan park walk in Split (7 km, 3-4h).
  2. Day 2 Omiš
    • Breakfast in hotel.
    • Morning transfer to Omiš.
    • Great Omiš walking loop (16 km, 150m, 4-5h).
    • Hotel***, Omiš.
  3. Day 3 Podgora
    • Breakfast in hotel.
    • Morning transfer to Podgora.
    • Walking tour 1 (17 km, 5h).
    • Hotel***, Podgora.
  4. Day 4 Podgora - Biokovo National Park walk
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Transfer to Biokovo National Park (15 min.)
    • Biokovo walking tour (17 km, 5-6h).
    • Hotel***, Podgora.
  5. Day 5 Korčula (Sveti llija walk)
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Morning catamaran transfer from Makarska to Korčula.
    • Walking tour: Sveti Ilija walking (981 m, 10 km, 5-6 h).
    • Ferry transfer back to Korčula from Pelješac (20 min.)
    • Hotel***, Korčula.
  6. day 6 Mljet Island
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Morning catamaran transfer from Korčula to Mljet.
    • Walking tour in Mljet National Park – North West Park Trail (12-15 km, 4-5h).
    • Afternoon catamaran transfer to Korčula.
    • Hotel***, Pomena town.
  7. Day 7 Mljet and Mljet to Hvar
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Walking tour in Mljet National Park – West West Park Trail (8-9 km, 4-5h).
    • Afternoon catamaran transfer from Mljet (Pomena) to Hvar.
    • Hotel***, Hvar.
  8. Day 8 Hvar
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Walking tour Brusje Village to Malo Grablje and Dubovica (15 km, 5-6h).
    • Swimming in Dubovica (one of the most beautiful beaches on Hvar).
    • Short transfer back to Hvar town.
    • Hotel***, Hvar.
  9. Day 9 Hvar and Hvar to Vis Island
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Morning: easy coastal walking tour.
    • Afternoon catamaran transfer from Hvar to Vis (Vis town).
    • Hotel***, Vis.
  10. Day 10 Vis
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Walking: Vis – Vino Polje – Titova Špilja – Hum (587 m) – Komiža / 5-6h
    • Transfer back to Vis.
    • Hotel***, Vis.
  11. Day 11 Vis to Split
    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Morning catamaran transfer from Vis to Split.
    • Tour ends in Split.
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3* hotels and private accommodation

Accommodation is in a combination of 3* hotels and private accommodation.

Croatia walking tour.
  • Jacket – warm, wind & waterproof, soft-shell,
  • comfortable clothes,
  • sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm, any other sun protection,
  • water bottle (preferably reusable),
  • first aid (a small basic kit with items such as bandages, antiseptic wipes, gauze, antibacterial ointment, sterile pads),
  • large backpack to pack all your belongings,
  • hiking shoes –  choose wisely!

IMPORTANT: Appropriate footwear is essential part of any hiking tour. There are a variety of models on the market designed to meet the needs of different types of hikers; the challenge is finding the one that works best for your purposes.

For hiking the islands: Choose softer and more flexible hiking shoes, appropriate for longer walks. Those shoes are typically made of breathable material, are comfortable and do not require breaking in. Shoes like that are usually not waterproof, but Croatia during the summertime has very little rain and the odds are good that during your tour, there will be no rain.

For hiking the Biokovo mountains: Choose hiking boots that have good ankle support and are well protective on a rough, rocky terrain. Hiking boots are typically heavier and have stiffer soles and sides as well as a reinforced, protected toe area. Those kinds of boots take time to break in. You should not go on multi-day trekking with brand new boots!! Before you hit the trail, make sure to break them in properly, to avoid serious blisters and other unnecessary pain.

  • The tour is considered to be moderate to challenging. There is an average of 4-5 hours of hiking each day with many ascends and descends. A good physical condition is essential.
  • Make sure you take sufficient water/drinks on a trip every day.
  • Breakfast is included in every accommodation.
  • We advise that you to start your daily trips early in the morning to allow yourself enough time to stop often and enjoy the scenery and escape the hot summer sun!
  • In case bad weather is predicted, do not forget to bring your rain-covers and a change of extra dry clothes. We also advise that you to  place pack things in plastic bags before packing them in the backpack.
  • All customers are required  to notify us before booking the tour of  any medical conditions, as well as  dietary restrictions. If you suffer from any medical conditions, we strongly suggest that you consult your physician before booking a tour to receive an expert medical advice. We are more than happy to discuss and recommend the most suitable adventure for you based on your conditions, but cannot ultimately be responsible for your health.

Croatian coast has a typically Mediterranean climate consisting of hot, dry, sunny weather during summer.

Average temperatures during summer lies in the high 20s °C, although it is more likely that you’ll have temperatures well into the 30s °C.

The sunniest island in Croatia is Hvar, with over 2,700 hours of sun per year. Split, Vela Luka (on the island of Korčula) and Dubrovnik are the next sunniest spots in Dalmatia.

Croatia boasts very low humidity, sitting at about 60%, so even in the scorching sun the heat is bearable.

We suggest that you travel with a comprehensive travel insurance, including emergency evacuation coverage. We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance that includes cancellation protection so that you will be covered in the event that you are unable to attend our trip (due to injury, illness or other unforeseen circumstances). We do not provide travel insurance for our clients. Please contact your local travel agent to purchase travel insurance. As coverage and a price of the insurance changes depending on your travel destination, do make sure that you purchase a coverage for all countries you will be traveling in on your adventure.

The tour is considered to be moderate level of difficulty.
A good physical condition is essential.
Due to the nature of activities, this program is not recommended for children younger than 15 years and pregnant women.
All minors must be accompanied by an adult, who is either their parent or a legal guardian.

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