Walking routes

  • Mosor

    Mount Mosor is one of the most favourite Split's destination for hiking, stretching along the shore, from Split to Omiš. Its highest peak is Veliki Kabal (1339m), and one of its most visited is Vickov stup (1325m). On top of Sveti Jure (1319m) is a Roman Catholic chapel carrying the same name. Abundant in fauna and flora, as well as numerous caves and pits, the most favourite is the cave Vranjača on the southeast part of Mosor accessible through the town Dugopolje. Mosor also has an ... More

  • Kozjak

    Mount Kozjak surrounds Kaštela from the north. South Rock (16km) is the most fascinating part of Kozjak as it is the longest in Croatia although relatively low in height (50-250m). The highest peak of this coastal Kozjak is Veli vrj (779m) on the eastern side of the ridge above Kaštel Gomilica.On the western side of the ridge is the well known mountain lodge Malačka next to its namesake saddle, 466m high. The entire Kozjak is entangled with well marked hiking trails, and four ... More

  • Nature Park Biokovo

    Nature Park Biokovo covers the area of 7 municipalities (Brela, Baška Voda, Tučepi, Podgora, Zagvozd, Šestanovac, Zadvarje) and two towns (Makarska i Vrgorac). Due to its unique location, geomorphology and biodiversity Biokovo was proclaimed a Nature Park in 1981..Its highest peak St. Jure is also the third highest peak in Croatia, 1762 meters, with the average annual temperature of 4°C, and snow covering the ground for most of the year; it is also one of the coldest points in ... More