Croatia Tour Vacations

Escorted vacations to Croatia designed exclusively for solo travelers

Croatia Escorted Tours For Singles

Croatia Tours for Solo Travelers

Croatia is a country like no other! From the picturesque coastal cities of Split and Dubrovnik to the elegant islands of Hvar, Brac, and Zlarin, you are guaranteed a good time wherever you go. Perfect for those with holiday fantasies featuring action-packed exploration in the shade of ancient walled towns the colour of soft orange, Croatia is the place to make all your dreams come true. Because this land has been passed between competing kingdoms, empires and republics for millennia, the rich cultural legacy each has left behind cement Croatia firmly in the centre of Europe’s heritage map. With so much to see and do here, you can only opt for a Croatia guided tour to ensure you don't miss any of the action.

Croatia solo travel with Just You is the ideal way to experience this fascinating country. From Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast to the many wonders of the Makarska Riviera, Croatia is the place for you when it comes to beauty, food, wine, and discovering the history of the Mediterranean. If you're a fan of travelling by water, our coastal cruise is definitely for you – it’s exclusively chartered for Just You customers, and each traveler gets a cabin of their own! So, whether you're into national parks, idyllic islands, or anything else that remotely fits the paradisiacal mould, get ready to make many happy memories with like-minded independent traveler on Croatia escorted tours with Just You!

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Featured Croatia Escorted Tour Destinations

  1. Harbour on the Croatian Coast

    Croatia & the Makarska Riviera

    Soak up the beauty of Croatia’s coast, explore the ancient walled cities of Zadar and Dubrovnik and discover the idyllic islands of Hvar and Brac.

    • 7 nights in a 4-star hotel and 15 meals
    • Many amazing experiences

    8 days from
    was $3,099
  2. View of the Adriatic Coast

    Croatia's Istrian Coast

    Istria is Croatia's beautiful northern region, boasting a brilliant combination of intriguing history, idyllic scenery and picturesque coastlines – discover it all from your seafront hotel.

    • 7 nights in a 4-star hotel and 15 meals
    • Many amazing experiences

    8 days from
    was $3,149
  3. Coastal Walls of Dubrovnik

    Deluxe Dubrovnik & The Dalmatian Coast

    Discover historic cities, towns and beaches along the rugged Dalmatian Coast and soak up stunning scenery on a visit to Kotor, in neighbouring Montenegro.

    • 7 nights in 5 star hotel and 15 meals
    • Many amazing experiences

    8 days from
    was $4,699
  4. Croatian Harbour

    Croatian Island Explorer

    From chic towns and secluded beaches to exquisite wine and delicious cuisine, discover it all on this island-hopping cruise.

    • 7 nights on board MV Paradis and 17 meals
    • All highlights Included

    8 days from
    was $5,449

Croatia Solo Holidays - Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best solo tours to Croatia?

Croatia is a bit of an undiscovered highlight of the Mediterranean. In the north, you'll find the Istrian Coast, dotted with pretty coastal towns and villages. Further south you could take a Dubrovnik singles vacation to explore the many delights of the Dalmatian Coast or enjoy visiting many of Croatia's islands on an singles island hopping cruise.

What is the best time of year to take a singles vacation to Croatia?
Croatia has a varied climate, with continental climate conditions inland and Mediterranean influence on the Adriatic coast.
You can expect plenty of sunshine from April to October on the coast, with July and August being the hottest months. April/May and September/October are the best months to travel holidays that involve activities and sightseeing, as the heat remains moderate and there are fewer crowds.
What's the food like in Croatia?

Eating out in Croatia is a joy. There is a huge choice available, from the smartest, sophisticated restaurants to the simplest of cafes and bars. There is something for everyone whether you want a sandwich, snack or a full meal.   

The Adriatic coast is renowned for its variety of seafood dishes, and Italian influences are found here as well as in Istria. You’ll find exquisite cakes and desserts all over the country. Croatia produces plenty of wine, with the best reds generally coming from the Pelješac peninsula on the coast, and the best whites usually produced in eastern Slavonia and in Istria.

There are many local specialities found throughout Croatia and such dishes include;

  • Pršut i paški sir (air-dried ham similar to Italian prosciutto and sheep's cheese from the island of Pag) - platters are served as an appetiser.
  • Salata od hobotnice (octopus salad) - this is made from octopus, potato, onion, chopped parsley, olive oil, crushed garlic and lemon juice.
  • Crni riýot (black risotto) - this is made from cuttlefish cooked in its own ink.
  • Janjetina (roast lamb) - this is popular all over Croatia, and it’s not unusual to see whole lamb roasting on a spit at roadside eateries.
  • Tartufi (truffles) – these feature heavily on the menu in Istria.

Below are a few national drinks you may like to try;

  • Dingač – the most celebrated red wine producing area, on the Pelješac peninsula, featuring the Mali Plavac (little Plavac) grape.
  • Malvazija – a very good to excellent white wine from Istria.
  • Medovača – a type of rakija (a very strong local spirit) with the edge taken off by the addition of a touch of honey, particularly popular in Istria. Other types of rakija include travarica (made from distilled grapes and flavoured with herbs) and Šljivovica (made from distilled plums).
What is the time zone in Croatia?

The local time in Croatia is 1 hour ahead of the UK.

What is the currency in Croatia?

The currency in Croatia is the Kuna (HRK), which is widely available in the UK.