Dreaming of stunning beaches and island-hopping by kayak? Croatia adventure holidays are the perfect fit! There are endless opportunities for hiking and cycling and, for those hoping for an adrenaline fix, canyoning and rafting the Cetina River is just the thing. What are you waiting for?

Snapshot Of Croatia Adventure Holidays

Croatia has quickly risen in popularity from a relatively obscure travel destination to reeling in more than 11 million visitors each year. It's no surprise with nearly 2,500 miles of coastline, including island beaches, alongside the postcard-perfect Adriatic Sea.

The main coastal cities of Split and Dubrovnik are easily reached on a short flight from most of the UK and Europe. This makes Croatia an affordable and appealing choice for a quick getaway.

The island clusters are irresistible to the adventurous at heart with dreams of exploring hidden beaches by kayak or island hopping on a sailboat. Those who choose to explore the mainland quickly discover that Croatia boasts some of the most stunning rivers, canyons, forests and waterfalls found anywhere in Europe.

Rafting and kayaking on the Cetina and exploring the Osumi Canyon are some of our our top recommendations of things to do in this small yet diverse country. Booking a small group adventure holiday in Croatia is the ideal way to explore these natural wonders with the help of experienced local guides.

Croatia Travel FAQs

Croatia is a Shengan area and UK citizens generally do not require a visa for tourist visits. You can check travel information for the UK here:,to%20visit%20family%20or%20friends

Croatia is generally considered a safe country for travellers (including solo females). Petty crimes like pick-pocketing are rare and it's okay to walk around cities and towns, even after dark. However, you should still stay vigilant and avoid taking unnecessary risks.

Between May-June and September-October are generally some of the best months to travel to Croatia. Weather over these periods is usually sunny and warm with plenty of sunshine.

Peak summer falls between July to August. It can get very hot during the day and beaches are usually more crowded than the start or end of the season.

Croatia is well known for its beautiful beaches. The entire coastline is along the Adriatic Sea and there are lots of islands with picturesque beaches to explore and relax on.

Croatia's official currency is the Euro.

Before 2023, the Croatian Kuna was the monetary unit but this has been phased out.