PRICE:
from 546,00 € - 15.04. - 14.05. & 06.10. - 20.10.
from 602,00 € - 15.05. - 31.05.
from 654,00 € - 01.06. - 30.06. & 20.09. - 05.10.
from 714,00 € - 01.07. - 19.09.
Above rates are based on 2 people in Double room with river view including breakfast, VAT, insurance, Internet, private parking and using Jacuzzi.

DESCRIPTIONS OF TOURS:

MOSOR
Mosor is a mountain in Dalmatia belonging to the Dinaric Alps mountain range. Mosor and stretches parallel to the sea coastline from the Klis pass in the northwest to the river Cetina in the southeast. The mountain is composed of limestone with many unique karst phenomena (pits, caves, rocks, rocky cliffs, occasional smaller water springs etc.). Thanks to the height of the peek ridge extending in length of 25 km, Mosor offers exceptional views towards the islands and open sea from its southern side, as well as the view of the interior of Dalmatia, the mountains Kamešnica, Biokovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina mountains along the border with Croatia from its northern side. The extraordinary beauty of the coastal Dinaric Alps mountains, and thus Mosor, gives the blend of the blue Adriatic Sea from which the mountain "raises", the green plant cover and the white stone "mantle" that gives it strength and stability. Although there are settlements at the foot of the mountain, and even the Split city is not far away, the nature of the mountain is preserved and offers unforgettable moments of enjoyment in the silence, scents and colours that are characteristic for each season. The Mosor area is a significant but most visited is central, the highest part of the mountain, featuring a prominent ridge featuring the tops like Ljubljan (1262 m), the highest peak -Veliki Kabal (1339 m), and the most popular peak – Vickov stup (1325 m). Because of numerous and varied features, since ancient times Mosor attracts hikers, mountaineers, climbers, speleologists and mountain runners in recent years.

1. Route: Vickov stup
Physical Challenge: moderate (altitude difference: 590 m -1325 m)
Trail Difficulty: moderate
Availability every day during the year
Duration (transport+ tour) 5-6 h
Hiker equipment: daily backpack, hiking/sport shoes, quick dry T shirts, long pants, windbreaker jacket, cap/hat,sunglasses
Price includes: transfer, private guiding by licensed guide - Mount Everest Summiter, insurance policy (Vienna Insurance Group), education on safety procedures
Not include in price: food (it can be provided by mountain hut restaurant or local restaurants)

RIVER CETINA
Deep inland in Zagora, at the foot of peeks of Dinarida, its ways starts the longest river in Dalmatia: Cetina.

This beautiful river comes out of 5 strong wells at 380 m above the sea, under two mountains, Dinara (1831 m) and Gnjat (1801 m), few km northern from town Vrlika, from where it flows south-east through the fields of Sinj, town Trilj to Zadvarje, where it turns west to Omiš where it joins the Adriatic Sea. With its 101 km Cetina is the longest river in Dalmatia and the waterfall Gubavica (48 m) underneath Zadvarje is one of the biggest in Croatia. During the summer through this river flows 2-4 m3/sec, which is caused by accumulation and redirection of water through tunnels into energetic purposes, but during the rain season and snow melting the flow through is drastically growing.

The character of the Cetina varies considerable along its length. In the upper regions it is mostly fast with plenty of white water rapids, and lies in deep ravines with rugged rocky outcrops. In the lower regions the river is much slower, more like a lake, with the tall canyon walls which rise on either side being wider, occasionally punctuated by flatter areas smattered with small villages, deciduous woodlands and green meadows full of flowers, which in Spring are really quite intoxicating.
Along its way Cetina river has cut its way in the fields and rocks, creating lakes surrounded by rich vegetation as well as canyons deeply cut-in between imposing cliffs and the nature round it is still untouched and virgin clean. The mouth of the Cetina river opens into the sea at Omis, a fantastic setting for a town, separated by a deep ravine which, after many kilometres of being fairly wide, closes in here to just a few metres wide.

The Cetina river itself is very clean and clear, supplying drinking water to much of Dalmatia, so don’t hesitate to go for a swim.  The greatest opportunities for an active holiday are provided precisely by the unspoiled nature of the Cetina canyon, which has enjoyed the status of protected significant landscape ever since 1963. 

2. Route: River Cetina tour
Physical Challenge: easy
Trail Difficulty: easy
Availability every day during the year
Duration (transport+ tour) 4 h
Hiker equipment: daily backpack, hiking/sport shoes, quick dry T shirts, long pants, windbreaker jacket, cap/hat,sunglasses
Price includes: transfer, private guiding by licensed guide - Mount Everest Summiter, insurance policy (Vienna Insurance Group), education on safety procedures
Price does not include: food (it can be provided by few restaurants on river Cetina )

Deduction for single use room: on request
Supplement for 3rd person in room: on request

Not included in price: city tax ( 1,36 € per person / per night )
Possible upgrades ( on request ) :
– room type upgrade
– meal supplement