Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Dalmatia Adventure Itineraries

climbing hiking caving trekking cycling walking rafting and Dalmatian food & wine
Climbing Split is Croatia’s second-largest city, located on a beautiful peninsula off the Dalmatian Coast. Known as “Mediterranean Flower,” it was built in third century by Roman Emperor Diocletian as his luxury summer capital. Today, Diocletian’s Palace is in the very heart of Split and it is a part of UNESCO World Heritage.  Climbing on Marjan hill is very popular activity. Situated on a peninsula, Marjan hill is covered in a dense Mediterranean pine forest and surrounded by the sea, making it a unique sight. Limestone cliffs are facing the sea, from where you could see island Šolta and peninsula Čiovo. Marjan has 76 routes, mostly vertical and especially popular for many sunny days throughout whole year.

Hiking and Caving we offer you several hiking tours on Mosor, a mountain range which belongs to the Dinaric Alps and stretches from the pass of Klis in the northwest to the Cetina River in the southeast. Participants can climb to the mountain center, which is located 868 meters above sea level. The mountain gives you a breathtaking view and panoramas of all the Dalmatian islands.  For those who are more demanding, we organize a tour to the top - Veliki Kabal, Vickov stup, 1325 meters.  If you’re a fan of caving, we will take you to Vranjača in Dugopolje, a karst area near Split. It was discovered in 1906 and opened to visitors in 1929. Her total length is 360 meters and the temperature is never above 15 Celsius. It’s the first cave in Croatia with electric light. You will be amazed, because this beautiful place was carved 60 million years ago by an underground river which is still flowing.
Trekking in Brač Pustinja Blaca Vidova gora kaštel Gospodnetić. On the island of Brač you will experience the famous Glagolitic desert - 16th century - and astronomical observatory built on a sharp and high cliff four kilometers from the sea. Here, hermits built bungalows and in 1588 a Renaissance church was built containing three baroque pales whilst in the desert can be found Venetian school paintings from the 17th century. From Pustinja Blaca we can reach the Vidova Gora via trekking trails.
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Vidova gora on the island of Brač is the highest peak on the Adriatic islands (778 m above the sea level). It was named after the small church of St. Vid, which was built in 13th century and stood at the top of the hill. Vidova gora has preserved its untouched nature and visitors can enjoy one of the most spectacular views on Adriatic from the top.
Life on Brač experience the local cousine and relax in the picturesque environment of Kaštil Gospodnetić. Built in 16th century, Kaštil will serve you typical Dalmatian food and wine.
Cycling in Šolta explore the island of Šolta, known as the island of olives, wine, figs and honey. Enjoy cycling on quiet and colorful roads amongst the villages, where you will see traditional way of life, caves and beautiful bays all around you. Choose your own route and experience Croatian unspoiled nature.
Walking and Trekking Krka National Park is home to more than 800 species of flora and a huge range of birds. We will take you through lush vegetation to the magnificent waterfalls of Skradinski Buk and Roški Slap, where you can view beautiful small cascades and numerous backwaters and islets.
Krka Waterfalls is the only National Park in Croatia where swimming is allowed

Hiking and Trekking because of its unique natural features and extraordinary geomorphologic structures, Paklenica became a National Park. It's the largest and best preserved forest complex in Dalmatia and perfect for hiking and trekking. It stretches over 95 km2, on the littoral slope of South Velebit under the mountain peaks of Vaganski vrh (1752 m) and Sveto brdo (1753 m). The relatively small area has an abundance of geomorphological phenomena and forms, diverse flora and fauna, attractive landscapes and nature.
Rafting Zadar is a prehistoric city situated on the Adratic Sea. The harbor, to the north-east of the town, is safe and spacious. A city rich in history, often devastated, every time emerging from the ruins stronger, richer and more beautiful. In 2016 Zadar was awarded the title of the ‘Best European Destinations’.
At the end of our tour, we will take you on a Zrmanja rafting trip, a very popular expedition down the magnificent Wild West-like canyons of the Zrmanja river. A picturesque environment with clear and green waters, rapids and waterfalls that will steal your heart and make this trip on  Zrmanja river an unforgettable experience.

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