Get up close and personal with the most beautiful towns on the Dalmatian coast by taking one of our guided walking tours. Split, Trogir, Dubrovnik, Šibenik – these are all towns that are wonderful to explore on foot as most of the top attractions are grouped surprisingly closely. If you want to explore everything that these towns have to offer in the company of our experienced and friendly local guides - join us for a couple of hours of history and fun on our Split tours, Trogir tours and other walking tours in Dalmatia.
By spending holidays in Split, history lovers and heritage hunters have come to the right place: in less than thirty kilometers distance this area offers you incomparable cultural treasures! Browse through our Heritage tours and choose between two UNESCO World Heritage sites - the Diocletian's Palace in Split and the historic town of Trogir – and the ancient archaeological site Salona, the so-called Croatian Pompeii. After visiting the Split area historical attractions, the next best excursions for all heritage lovers are to UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dubrovnik or to Mostar, with the world-famous Old Bridge, another important UNESCO-listed landmark.
One of the key reasons for a holiday in Croatia are its spectacular National Parks which represent an amazing alternative to the glorious Adriatic coast. Since several of them are located in or near the Central Dalmatia, visiting one or few of them is not only doable but highly recommended. We offer full day National parks tours with daily departures from Split and Trogir – come along and visit Croatia's greatest natural wonders.
Our full day boat excursions from Split and Trogir are the easiest way to visit some of the most beautiful Dalmatian islands and their top attractions, such as Zlatni rat or Blue Cave. If you're planning to visit Brač, Hvar or Vis and you don't want to go through the hassle with the ferry lines, combining how to get there and return the same day, book one of our boat tours, either from Split or Trogir, and enjoy your day cruising and sightseeing in the company of the local guide.