Combine your passions for sightseeing and running on our running tours in Croatia. This Balkan nation is home to sandy beaches, breathtaking waterfalls and historical cities. Such is its beauty that the makers of Game of Thrones saw it as an ideal filming location.

Your local running guide is on hand to help you discover this fascinating country. You’ll get an insight into Croatia’s history as well as the little quirks that make its people tick. What’s more, you can ask any questions that come up and get recommendations for the rest of your trip.

From the capital, Zagreb to the islands dotted off the coastline, the country is a real all-rounder. Our running tours in Croatia are the healthiest, fastest and most fun way to get around, so let’s go running!

With national parks, white-sand beaches and historical walled cities, Croatia more than holds its own with any other Mediterranean country. Plitvice Lakes seduce whoever is lucky enough to visit and Dubrovnik provides a great mix of history and nightlife.

Our running tours in Croatia cover all kinds of runners. For pure sightrunning tours, you can see the architecture and attractions of city centres. For example, the idyllic Mediterranean cities of Dubrovnik, Hvar and Korčula are just waiting to be explored.

However, if you’re an off-the-beaten-track kind of runner, our trail running tours are perfect. Sljeme Mountain, just north of Zagreb, feels like half the world away. The trails, surrounded by lush greenery are great for clearing the mind and getting in touch with nature.

After your guided run, it’s time to top up the calories again. Due to its location, Croatian cuisine draws on Turkish, Italian, Slavic and Hungarian influence to create a diverse gastronomic offering. It is also on that crucial parallel for producing wine — one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets. Amateur wine enthusiasts are always bowled over when they discover this new branch of the good stuff.

Go! Running Tours in Croatia give you an ideal introduction to this diverse and beautiful country. Your local guide will lead the way as you explore one of Europe’s hidden gems.