Hiking And Connecting With Nature On The Trails Of Central Dalmatia, Croatia

Hiking and connecting with nature on the trails of Central Dalmatia, Croatia

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We are a team of adventurers that will help you discover the best places in the world. We'll guide you throughout the adventures so you can live unique and life changing experiences.

We are a team of adventurers that will help you discover the best places in the world. We'll guide you throughout the adventures so you can live unique and life changing experiences.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Transfer from Split to Omis - depending on the time of your arrival, guided tour of Split city centre

Stop At: Split, Split, Split-Dalmatia County, Dalmatia
Split is a vibrant city well known for its magnificent history and an abundance of landmarks, exquisite food and wine, the beauty of natural and cultural heritage and a pleasant climate year-around. We will take you to some stunning historical sights under the protection of UNESCO, including Diocletian’s palace, located in the heart of the old town. You will visit Peristyle, the central square of the palace dominated by the great Cathedral of St. Domnius, positioned on the area once belonging to Diocletian’s mausoleum. You will then walk to the magnificent Golden Gate which in Roman times led to Salonae, and then to the statue of the Croatian bishop Gregory of Nin.
After the tour, your driver will take you to your accommodation in Omis. Get settled in and then go for a stroll and have dinner in one of the restaurants in the town center and enjoy local specialties.
In case of late arrival to Split port/airport, we can postpone the guided tour of Split for the last day of the program.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: The Peristyle of Diocletian's Palace, Dioklecijanova Ulica, Split 21000 Croatia
Peristyle is the central square of the Diocletian's palace, located at the intersection of two main ancient roads.
Duration: 10 minutes

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Mobile homes are energy efficient and modern equipped, and only a ten minutes walking distance from Omis center.

Day 2: Poljica mountain range (Camping Galeb – Cazin Dolac – Naklice – Camping Galeb)

Pass By: Poljica, Poljica, Split-Dalmatia County, Dalmatia
Poljica is a group of villages situated along the foot of the Mosor mountain, boasting quite a rich and interesting history. Although an oasis of peace today, throughout the history the villages of Poljica were a venue of many significant battles.
From the 13th century onwards, the territory of the today’s Poljica was organized as the so called Republic of Poljica. It has remained a unique phenomenon in Europe due to its at the time quite progressive administrative form and social structure. The medieval Republic of Poljica was, in fact, governed by the people, who elected their leader – the great Prince of Poljica – through a democratic voting process held each year on St. George’s Day. It was organized as a "peasants' republic" and is best known because of the Poljica Statute, first written in 1440. One of the items of the Poljica Statute states that "everyone has the right to live", contrary to many mediaeval European laws replete with capital punishments including torture.

Stop At: Naklice, Naklice, Split-Dalmatia County, Dalmatia
You will leave your mobile home at 8 am and start with the ascent towards Cazin Dolac, a picturesque hamlet in the former Republic of Poljica. It is located on a hillock in the northern part of Perun Hill. The village is dominated by old stone houses and buildings like stone stables and closed smoke kitchens. In the middle of the village there is a renovated church dedicated to the patron saint Saint Francis. Take a photo-stop and have some rest.
On your way back you will visit Naklice, a small village of extremely interesting history and natural beauty. Here you will take a break and taste the most famous speciality of the region – Soparnik, a very simple dish made from common ingredients from the region.
The last stage of your route is shorter and soon you will be back at the camp.
Starting altitude: 3 metres
Ending altitude: 380 meters
Length: 12 km
Fitness level: On the scale from 1-5, is 2
Duration: 4 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Mobile homes are energy efficient and modern equipped, and only a ten minutes walking distance from Omis center.

Day 3: Hiking Mosor Mountain (return transfer Camping Galeb - Sitno Gornje)

Stop At: Mosor Mountain, Mosor, Split 21000 Croatia
Sitno Gornje-Mountain lodge Umberto Girometta-shelter 'Ljuto kame'-Sitno Gornje

Departure at 8 am, transfer to Sitno Gornje, a village on the southern slopes of Mosor, a high karst mountain dominating the area between Split and Omis.
Just like all other mountains in the Dinaride range, Mosor stretches northwest-southeast in parallel with the Adriatic coast, and thanks to its height, it offers spectacular views of open seas and islands. The highest summit, Veliki Kabal, is 1339  meters high.
The mountain lodge Umberto Girometta can be reached in a less than one hour of climbing from Sitno Gornje wherefrom a number of signposts indicate the direction to other interesting peaks and destinations. Your final destination for the day will be mountain shelter „Ljuto kame“ at 1055m, 1 hour hike from the lodge. After a break, you will descend back to the starting point of your hiking route and return to Omis.
Starting altitude: 590 metres
Length: 9 km
Fitness level: On the scale from 1-5, is 2
Duration: 4 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Mobile homes are energy efficient and modern equipped, and only a ten minutes walking distance from Omis center.

Day 4: Hiking near Cetina River (transfer Camping Galeb - Kucice; Radman Mills - Camping Galeb)

Stop At: Omis Cetina Canyon, Boats from Omis Bridge, Omis Croatia
After breakfast your transfer will be waiting to take you to Kucice, a village located on a small plateau near the river Cetina, 12 km away from Omis. The area abounds in forests (oak, grab, pine) and cultivable areas but also in caves. You will get a chance to visit one of them and meet its inhabitants – bats.
Your final destination for this hiking tour will be Radman mills, an oasis of peace where you can enjoy in the freshness of the river and the pleasant shade of ancient trees. Radman family recognized the location of the mills as an ideal place for vacation in the 19th century, so they redecorated the old mill into a country-estate of their family. Today it is one of the favorite outings spots for Omiš people and their guests. Your transfer will be waiting for you here and take you back to your mobile home.

Starting altitude: 185 metres
Ending altitude: 10 meters
Length: 10 km
Fitness level: On the scale from 1-5, is 2
Duration: 4 minutes

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Mobile homes are energy efficient and modern equipped, and only a ten minutes walking distance from Omis center.

Day 5: Hiking Biokovo Mountain (return transfer Camping Galeb - Gornja Brela)

Stop At: Biokovo Mountain, Ante Starchevica 32, Makarska 21300 Croatia
Biokovo, the largest and highest mountain in Dalmatia, rises vertically from the Adriatic Coast to height of 1762 m. There are over thirty marked trails leading up the mountain on the seaward side and eight on the landward side. Your hiking route will start from Gornja Brela, one of the ancient villages on the foothills of the magnificent rocky mountain. The trail will take you to St. Nicholas' church, the oldest church in the area, at an altitude of 572 m a.s.l. Here you will have some rest and those who are up for a challenge will continue the climb towards Bukovac peak (1262 m a.s.l.). At agreed time, your transfer will be waiting in the Gornja Brela village to take you back to the camp.
Starting altitude: 270 metres
Ending altitude: 600 m (St. Nicholas' church) or 1260 m (Bukovac peak)
Length: 5,5 km (hiking to the church and back) or 14 km (hiking to the Bukovac peak and back)
Fitness level: On the scale from 1-5, is 2 (hiking to the church) or 3 (hiking to the Bukovac peak)
Duration: 4 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Mobile homes are energy efficient and modern equipped, and only a ten minutes walking distance from Omis center.

Day 6: Via Ferrata Omis (Camping Galeb – Fortica fort – Camping Galeb)

Stop At: Omis, Omis, Split-Dalmatia County, Dalmatia
A via ferrata (iron way) route is an exposed alpine mountain trek which has been prepared with safety steel wire rope, eyebolts and iron steps. It makes difficult rock faces safely scalable by those without climbing experience.
Via Ferrata Omis is positioned above the old city of Omis - it is a well-marked path leading from the town centre up, following a dramatic limestone ridge, to a historic 13th century Fortica fort (310m).
It will take even the ones not exactly in top form up to the fortress in less than an hour, and once there, you’ll be generously rewarded for your efforts by the one of a kind view over Omis, the Adriatic and the extraordinary river Cetina canyon. Make sure to have your camera ready.

Activity time: 2-3h
Starting altitude: 15 metres
Ending altitude: 300 meters
Length: 2,5 km
Fitness level: On the scale from 1-5, is 2
Duration: 3 hours

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Mobile homes are energy efficient and modern equipped, and only a ten minutes walking distance from Omis center.

Day 7: Departure

Pass By: Split, Split, Split-Dalmatia County, Dalmatia
Depending on your flight/boat schedule, after breakfast you will depart for the airport or for Split city centre. In case you did not manage to have the guided tour on the first day, you will have
the guided tour of Split.

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

Leaving from Split

Split is a city located in the south of Croatia. It is an important seaport in the Adriatic Sea. Split is one of the cities that gets most hours of sun in Croatia, in average it has 7 hrs of sun in winter and 12 in the summer.

$622.96 Per Person