Where to go for a hike in Dalmatia? Which are the best hiking trails to explore and the most stunning views to enjoy? Dalmatia Explorer knows and gives us his top 5 (read the whole article at the Dalmatia Explorere website):
“Velebit mountain, the mighty Velebit is the mountain we always marvel and respect, and its southern part, the National Park Paklenica does not deserve anything less than adoration.
Biokovo mountain, always tough, challenging and irresistible from whatever direction is headed towards the St. Jure peak. Biokovo sometimes give you an opportunity to look across the Adriatic Sea to the Apennine Alps of Italy and neighbouring countries.
Mosor mountain, the vicinity of the city of Split is one of its comparative advantages, but its diversity and beauty is drawing the attention. It is a sweetheart of all recreational hikers in Dalmatia, while the view of the city of Split and the archipelago of central Dalmatian islands is always amazing.
The island of Brac and its trails, the island of adventure and culture, the island with the highest peak on the Adriatic, Vidova gora. One of our favorite trail starts from the center of the island, from Nerežišće, continuous to the southern slopes and valleys of the island to the cultural gem of the island, monastery and the museum Pustinja Blaca (Blaca Hermitage) … the path through the history of the Island, pure enjoyment.
Kijevo Kozjak – Kijevo Bat mountain, in Dalmatian inland is the beautiful mountain that offers numerous memorable experiences; enjoying the beautiful trails and nature. Spending some time on Kijevo Bat you will have the opportunity to meet deer on the hiking trail. Arriving at the peak, you will have a wonderful panoramic view of to all major Dalmatian peaks; Dinaric Alps, the highest mountain in Croatia Dinara, the big blue Peruča Lake, and the longest Dalmatian river Cetina.”
For more information about hiking in Dalmatia, please contact the experts – Dalmatia Explorer and book one of their hiking packages.