Kozjak mountain is located over Kaštela and Solin town. The altitude difference is not very high and includes hiking along the ridge, while you are able to see the city of Split from bird’s perspective. The mountain is visible from most parts of Split, as a long rocky formation with a cliff decorating top all along.
A mountain Omiška Dinara has an excellent mix of forested and open hiking paths above the Adriatic Sea, separated from Mosor on the north by the canyon of Cetina river. On the way, you pass part of old Napoleonic road, next to old Yugoslavian military infrastructure, signal towers and bunker entrances.
Mosor is a high karst mountain that offers spectacular views of open sea and islands. Firstly we climb to the mountain lodge from where you have two options. Enjoy the most amazing views before we descend back to the mountain lodge where you can rest, have a cup of tea made of local mountain herbs and order simple but a delicious lunch.
Some say Biokovo is both the most beautiful and the roughest Croatian mountain. Its peaks rise so steeply and so close to the sea, a site you will rarely see anywhere else in the Mediterranean. So many different landscapes and geological formations can be found here, as well as historical sites. To protect this richness, the mountain is protected as Nature park.
It is home to two national parks, one naturepark, and one strict reserve area. The landscapes that you pass around are indescribable, from hidden valleys to peaks above the forest, and narrow paths between the rocks. The path is long and tiring, but the reward is worth the effort.
We prepared two options for exploring Paklenica national park – one easy, or “mainstream”, and one that is for advanced hikers and will take you off the beaten path to places not revealed to many visitors to this national park.