Since 1203. Croatians have made organized pilgrimages to the shrine of St. James at Santiago de Compostela. Camino Croatia aims to restore these medieval pilgrimage routes.

The complete route has 20 route stages and stretches’ over 3.000 km. Currently 5 stages are active (waymarked and with pilgrim infrastructure), with others in development.  

You can walk the Camino in Croatia for a week or weekend on active stages which are listed below.

87 km – 5 days – GPS file

Forests and rivers, historical towns and villages with stunning views

158 km – 8 days – GPS file

Beautiful nature of the island, rich sacral and cultural heritage

282 km – GPS file

Stunning forests and natural paths with numerous cultural landmarks

75 km – 3 days – GPS file

Unique landscape, warm hospitality, outdoor cathedral  

158 km – GPS file

Mediterranean island landscapes, rich cultural and historical heritage

150 km – 7 days – GPS file

Diversified landscape and rich treasury of cultural heritage

73.5 km – 3 days – GPS file

link between two sections – Camino Dubrovnik and Camino Imota

160 km – 7 days – GPS file

Rich river flatlands, unique art heritage, desert sands and more

180 km – 7 days – GPS file

Historical & cultural heritage in an impressive natural and urban areas.

108 km – 6 days – GPS file

Olive groves, vineyards, beaches, UNESCO cathedral of St. James