Spend a week kayaking around the inlets and bays of Lopud Island, just off the coast of Dubrovnik. Stop off for a swim or to play beach games. Ride the rapids on the Cetina River or have a go at canyoning through the impressive caves and waterfalls at Cetina Gorge.
Experience a family adventure in Croatia at your own pace. Our Croatian family holidays are graded from Relaxed to Moderate. Make the most of your chosen destination with our expert local tour leaders, our average family adventure small group size is 12 to 18 people.
How much activity is there on a family adventure in Croatia?
Our family adventures in Croatia are graded as Relaxed-to-Moderate. Our Relaxed holidays generally have chilled mornings and dedicated free days, whereas our Moderate trips have fuller days with down-time built into the itinerary.
What age are the children on a family Holiday in Croatia?
To make sure that you get the most out of your Croatian family holiday, there is a minimum age limit of seven. The average age of children travelling on our trips to Croatia is 12 for our Dubrovnik and Croatian Islands Adventure and 13 for our Croatian Active Adventure.
How many families travel together on a small group family adventure in Croatia?
In general, you'll travel with three to five other families on a family adventure in Croatia. We have found this is the perfect sized group - big enough to meet new likeminded people and similarly-aged children, while small enough to get to the heart of our destinations.
What is the accommodation like on a family tour in Croatia?
You’ll stay in a comfortable hotel every night on our Croatian Active Adventure. As swimming is such an important feature of most family holidays, we have made sure that swimming is available every day at the hotel and in the sea. On our Dubrovnik and Croatian Island Adventure, you’ll stay in a small locally-owned guesthouse in the centre of the car-free island of Lopud. The guesthouse is within easy walking distance of the sea.
What will the food be like on a family holiday in Croatia?
Croatian food in coastal regions is influenced by Greek and Italian flavours. You’ll find plenty of pasta with tomato sauce and also pasta added to soups and stews. Seafood is popular in coastal regions and you’ll find ‘black risotto’ listed on nearly every Dalmatian menu. This seafood risotto is flavoured with squid ink and is very tasty - plus the kids will love how it turns your teeth and tongue black!
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