The Croatian Dinaric Alps offer endless hiking trails and landscapes with the most impressive geological formations. Due to its proximity to the sea, some of these spots are accompanied by magnificent views of the islands and the wonderful Adriatic Sea.
Come and enjoy Dinara, the highest peak in the country with 1831 meters. Its starting point is in the city of Knin, a meeting point for hikers from all over the world. Of course, you can not leave the Dinaric Alps without visiting the Paklenica National Park, formed by two impressive canyons going from the coast to the foot of the mountains.
Croatia has 8 national parks and 11 nature parks that, together with other protected areas, cover 10% of the national surface. The variety of its nature allows to find endless hiking routes near the coast, as well as on its islands and in the center of the country. Thanks to its biodiversity and landscapes variety, in Croatia and the Dinaric Alps you can enjoy all kinds of activities: climbing, trekking, kayaking, rafting, mountain biking, among many other adventure sports.
In the mountain areas climate is cold and dry, while on the Adriatic coast, the temperature is more similar to the Mediterranean's. Being surrounded by important mountain ranges, Croatia is sheltered from the cold Central European winters.
The main international airlines fly to Zagreb, the capital of the country, and to other important cities such as Dubrovnik and Split. Most of the roads are qualified as highways, and they have become a good transport option in recent years.
From May to September.
Stay up-to-date on the best adventures!