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Activities, Croatia

In Croatia, anything’s possible, and the diverse range of activities on offer here prove just that. Sip Croatian wine on a wine tasting tour, take a boat trip over to majestic Montenegro or book onto an exciting Game of Thrones Tour across Split and Dubrovnik.

Blue Cave Boat Trip

Explore the mystical Blue Cave in Split on a fascinating one-day boat trip. The Blue Cave is a unique natural rock formation with an entrance so small that you need to duck under the archway to be able to fit into the cave. It is renowned for its natural beauty, as light shines into the cave and creates a luminous blue glow onto its ceiling, illuminating all of its striking features. The gorgeous colour of this cave and the shimmering water make it an astounding sight to behold. The trips are operated by knowledgeable tour guides who will provide you with fascinating information about how the cave was formed and why it has such a beautiful appearance.

The trip to the Blue Cave is the most popular boat trip in Croatia and it’s not hard to see why. As well as the Blue Cave, the trips also include visits to multiple islands, including the Paklinski islands, Hvar island and the Blue Lagoon on Budikovac island.

Day Trips to Montenegro

Lying on the other side of one of Croatia’s borders is Montenegro; a remarkable country steeped in culture with jaw-dropping mountainous landscapes and characterful architecture. Montenegro is an extraordinary place and trips there are widely available from Dubrovnik, giving visitors to Croatia the chance to see the sights of Montenegro for themselves. Many tour operators will even offer to pick you up from your hotel door, making your trip as convenient as possible.

The 12-hour trip provides visitors with plenty of time to see Montenegro’s wonders and many tour operators provide full tours to help you get the most out of your day. See the unforgettable views of the Bay of Kotor, a UNESCO-World Heritage-listed site, before venturing further into the colourful city of Kotor. Visit the seaside resort of Budva and see its riveting riviera, fascinating old town and glorious beaches, and explore the country’s other stunning sights such as Cathedral of St Tryphon. The short trip to Montenegro is an essential excursion for visitors to Croatia.

Dubrovnik Cable Car

Travel almost 800m across Dubrovnik up the hill Srd in just 4 minutes and see this stunning Croatian city like you’ve never seen it before. The Dubrovnik cable car allows you to get unparalleled panoramic views of Dubrovnik, rising from the ground to 405 metres above sea level. The view from the top alone is worth the price of the ticket, which is only a meagre £5.

At the upper station, you will find multiple viewing terraces for you to take in the stunning view of Dubrovnik, each equipped with binocular telescopes, so you can look down on the Croatian landscape. Panoramic views can also be seen from a beautiful panoramic restaurant, which serves a range of Mediterranean dishes and superb desserts. Also at the top is ancient Imperial Fort, which is over 200 years old. It was built by the well known historical figure, Napoleon and was finished on the day of his 43rd birthday.

Game of Thrones Tours

Some visitors to Croatia will likely recognise many of Croatia’s sites and landmarks from the hit TV show “Game of Thrones”. Numerous sites across Croatia were used to shoot iconic scenes for the show and there are now numerous tours across the country which allow you to see these sites. This includes walking tours in the popular cities of Dubrovnik and Split, which are both home to numerous sites used to shoot scenes for the show. See the Docks of King’s Landing, the City of Meereen and the House of the Undying in person.

The tours also provide fascinating facts and background information about the sites and how the scenes were shot. The Dubrovnik tours are lead by expert tour guides, all of whom were a part of the filming process in some way. Some were part of production teams whereas others were used as extras on set, and they are all happy to share the interesting stories of their time on set and about how the scenes were shot.

Horse Riding

Whether you’re an experienced rider or a beginner looking to make the most of a perfect riding landscape, Croatia is an excellent destination for horse riding, no mater what your skill level. Croatia is home to a number of excellent horse riding centres, this includes many modern riding schools, which have expert teachers to help beginners learn the basics and enjoy an exciting horse riding experience. There are also numerous small, family-friendly farms providing a personable service and a more traditional horse riding adventure.

However, it isn’t just the great facilities and riding schools which make Croatia a great destination for horse riding, it is the numerous stunning sights which provide a glorious backdrop for you to take in while you enjoy a comfortable ride along Croatia’s well-kept roads and paths. Discover breathtaking protected areas such as Velebit’s National Park, which is listed as a UNESCO international biosphere reserve, as well as gorgeous green farms and vibrant vineyards, all while riding on horseback through this fabulous country.

Scuba Diving & Snorkelling

Croatia is home to an abundance of natural beauty spots and if you look below the surface of the Adriatic Sea, you will discover a treasure cove of hidden gems. There are countless great spots to go snorkelling and scuba diving in Croatia, with the calm and clear, warm waters making it easy to see the sights of the sea in comfort. See the colourful reefs and mysterious ruins while swimming with the exotic wildlife, which includes inimitable, unique fish, as well as starfish and lobsters.

Fascinating scuba diving courses are widely available across Croatia, including in the popular cities of Split and Dubrovnik, and a range of courses are available. So weather you’re an experienced diver or taking the plunge for the first time, there’s a diving excursion perfect for you. Alternatively, if you’d prefer to go snorkelling, Danče in Dubrovnik, Odisej Cave at Mljet Island and Proizd in Korcula are all great spots to put on your snorkelling mask and get exploring.


If you’re looking to unlock your inner thrill seeker during your trip to Croatia, then look no further; a skydive is one of the most exhilarating experiences Croatia has to offer. Having jumped out of a plane from 11,000 feet, you will fall from the sky and hurtle towards the earth at 120mph, before unleashing your parachute and witnessing an aerial view of Croatia like no other, all while gliding gently towards the ground. There really is no activity quite like skydiving to get the adrenaline pumping and your heart racing. When you land, you will get a jump certificate to verify how high you jumped from and even a DVD so that you can relive the unforgettable experience all over again.

You will jump with trained instructors who will provide you with all of the necessary safety information beforehand. They will also help you rehearse how to properly leave the aircraft and control your body during the skydive, so it is perfectly safe for beginners.

White Water Rafting

Go with the flow of the Cetina River in an exciting white water rafting adventure. White water rafting is a thrilling day out that is safe for all of the family to enjoy and is great fun for groups of friends looking for a new way to get active during their holiday. Travel 11,000 meters down a protected area of one of Croatia’s best known rivers, encountering both second and third grade rapids along the way, as well as slowly drifting along its calm shallows.

Avid swimmers will even have a chance to get out of their raft and go for a swim at certain stops during the trip. Few activities offer such a blend of excitement and pure relaxation as this white water rafting trip, making it one of the most popular in the Dalmatia area of Croatia. After having worked up an appetite along your three-hour journey, you can enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch on the banks of the river, a perfect end to an unforgettable trip.

Wine Tasting Tours

Sitting within Croatia’s borders is a diverse range of exquisite traditional wineries and vineyards, and there are a number of wine tasting tours available, giving you the opportunity to taste the best wines that Croatia has to offer. Wine is a fundamental part of Croatian cuisine and as a result, it has been perfected over multiple millennia. You will get to enjoy the Croatians’ version of familiar favourites such as Merlot and Cabernet, as well as authentic Croatian wines such as Malvazija, giving you a taste of tradition.

Wine tasting tours are available in all parts of the country, including the popular destinations of Split, Hvar Island and Brac Island. Many of the tours also provide lunch, allowing you to enjoy a traditional Croatian meal during your trip. If you consider yourself a wine connoisseur, don’t miss the opportunity to book on to a wine tasting tour when you visit Croatia to enjoy a day tasting a range of flavoursome wines.

Zip line

Enjoy a totally unique aerial tour of Split via zip line at this extraordinary zip line park. Travel at high speeds across 2500 meters of zip line over the course of 3 hours, seeing the beautiful city of split in a way you’ve never seen it before.

The zip line tour has 6 zip lines in total, but there’s more to this tour than just the exhilarating feeling of flying through the air on a zip line, the hikes between zip wires are beautiful and provide astonishing views of Split’s scenery and the Adriatic Sea. These hikes even include a trip over a 90m suspension bridge through glorious green pine trees. Throughout the tour you will be looked after by friendly guides, who will ensure you stay safe and will provide you with historical facts about the area, making for both a fun and thrilling experience. Don’t miss out on this incredible adventure of a lifetime when you visit Croatia.