Croatia Group Tours for Solo Travelers
Travel solo as part of a group tour to Croatia
Why travel solo to Croatia?
Think Balkan beauty soaked in Mediterranean sun. Croatia is one of the most charming solo trip destinations Europe has to offer.
Imagine cloud-like pine forests and rivers nudging up against the Adriatic coast, dotted with medieval cities, mysterious islands and beaches. Geographically diverse and Mediterranean to a tee, there’s plenty to enchant you about Croatia.
Embrace the Adriatic spirit on the island of Sipan, with its sparkling turquoise waters and picturesque harbor. Explore medieval Dubrovnik, weaving between baroque churches and elegant piazzas. Encounter the legacy of the Romans in Split, taking in the grandeur of the Diocletian’s Palace.
If it’s immersive activities you’re after, Croatia won’t disappoint. Kayak down the emerald waterways of Mreznica, paddle around the islands of the Adriatic, cycle the the Pelješac Peninsula with its award-winning vineyards or cook up a feast with a local family.
Whether your ideal trip consists of culture or rugged adventure, Croatia offers the best of both worlds.
Top places to visit in Croatia
Tucked away on the Adriatic coast, Croatia’s second-largest city is home to some of the region’s best seafood, including black cuttlefish risotto and fresh oysters, so make sure you get stuck in. Once you’ve filled your belly, we recommend exploring Split’s beautiful churches and elegant streets.
Dubrovnik is known for its distinctive 16th-century Old Town. Vast old stone buildings and ancient city walls mean there’s history galore in this pocket-sized city, which you can explore through its array of museums and landmarks. Whether you’re wandering down limestone streets or drawn to the Adriatic, you’ll want to return.
Arguably Croatia’s most photogenic national park, Plitvice comprises a series of turquoise lakes connected by tumbling waterfalls and hemmed in by densely forested hills. Here, you can wander the scenic wooden pathways and bridges on foot or take an electric boat across the crystalline water.
One of Europe’s smallest capital cities, Zagreb is perfect for exploring on foot. Discover the medieval cobblestone streets of the Upper Town, its picturesque red-roofed skyline peppered with church spires, or head to the grittier Lower Town where you’ll find street art, cafe culture and hipster clubs.
What’s the national language?
What’s the currency?
The timezone in Croatia is GMT+1
Top three activities
1. Kayaking down Mrežnica River
2. Gourmet cooking with a local family
3. Cycling tour of world-renowned vineyards
Top five dishes to try
1. Stuffed peppers – with meat, vegetables and rice
2. Cevapi – grilled sausages
3. Pag cheese – made from sheep milk
4. Peka – baked meat and vegetables
5. Zagorski štrukli – baked filo pastry
Average temp in high season
What's the weather like?
Coastal regions boast a typically Mediterranean climate, while further inland you’ll be faced with a continental climate with colder winters. The average summer temperature is 82ºF (28ºC), while winter temperatures average at 50ºF (10ºC).
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