Marjan hill walking tour
February 8, 2023
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Every day

Kozjak mountain is the first thing you’ll see if flying into Split. It is the long mountain that looms over the coast, a wall of rock that dominates the view on the drive from the airport (near Trogir) to Split. It is visible from every corner of Split on its north. Simply impossible to ignore. On a half-day tour of Kozjak Mountain, you’ll set off from the city centre in the morning; It’s approximately half an hour’s drive to reach the mountain.Upon arrival to a mountain base we will follow a rocky paths to a mountain home Putalj.This place offers coffee,drinks and food combined with best view on a Kaštela bay. See another side of Dalmatia when you go for a trek on Kozjak Mountain A small-group tour guarantees you an intimate way to explore. Round-trip transfer from central Split via private vehicle is provided.

[icon type="icon-clock" color=""] What's Included

Professional guide
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Round-trip shared transfer
Transport by private vehicle or van
Photos from the tour

[icon type="icon-clock" color=""] Departure & Return

In front of St. Francis Church (Sveti Frane), west part of Riva promenade in Split. Address: Trg Franje Tuđmana 1, Split GPS coordinates: 43.50826, 16.43557 This is our city-centre meeting point. Departure Time 8:30 AM. This activity will end right where it started. Transfer to your place of stay available on request.

[icon type="icon-clock" color=""] What To Expect

Kozjak is a mountain with two entirely different faces. From the littoral side, it acts as a mighty rock barrier towering above the Bay of Kaštela, while on the inland side, it is a winding highland ending with a sharp edge sloping towards the sea. The very edge of this highland, of an average height of 600-700 m, accommodates the highest tops of Kozjak. Kozjak is mainly composed of karst — limestone rocks. It attracts mountaineers from Croatia and Europe. There are several alpine huts and many mountaineering paths on Kozjak.

[icon type="icon-clock" color=""] Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not recommended for travellers with back problems
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Please dress appropriately - comfortable clothes preferably long pants and shirt with long sleeves, appropriate footwear (hiking shoes), hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, refreshing drink (minimum 1,5 l)
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
Bring water and a snack
Not wheelchair accessible
Service animals allowed
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Minimum age for this tour is 12.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
Hike duration 5.30h
Trail length approx. 8km (can be adjusted by guest wishes)

[icon type="icon-clock" color=""] Not allowed

Sandals or flip flops
Luggage or large bags
Alcohol and drugs
Unaccompanied minors


from €70.00 per person

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