Solo Female Travel in CroatiaSolo Female Travel in CroatiaSolo Female Travel in CroatiaSolo Female Travel in CroatiaSolo Female Travel in CroatiaSolo Female Travel in CroatiaSolo Female Travel in Croatia

Solo Female Travel in Croatia

Download from App StoreDownload from Google Play

Croatia

Croatia is a stunningly beautiful country located in the heart of Europe. With its stunning coastline, picturesque islands, and stunning mountain ranges, Croatia is a perfect destination for travelers looking for a unique and unforgettable experience. From the vibrant cities of Zagreb and Split to the stunning beaches of Dubrovnik and Hvar, Croatia offers something for everyone.

Meet locals

See all
Lorelei

Lorelei

Hi! My name is Lorelei, I’m from Mexico, doing an Erasmus in Zagreb! I can speak English and Spanish
Sara

Sara

Student for Zagreb, willing to explore and visit new coutries. Solo travelling and with friends☺️
Jana

Jana

Hi! My name is Jana, I’m 26 years old and love animals, travelling and good times with positive people :) I practice astrology and spirituality in my free time. Honest to a fault but a good soul (hopefully) 😂

Stay with locals

See all
Vanessa

Vanessa

Can host for 7 days

My name is Vanessa. I'm a single mom of 2 I love good company, spending time outdoors, staying active

Upcoming visitors

See all
Scarlet

Scarlet

I am here for culture exchange and seeking for outdoor adventure partners
Elaine

Elaine

Hello everyone! 🙋🏽‍♀️ Looking to make new friends abroad and hopefully find a great host for few days while traveling in your country! ✈️ Planning my next travel to Europe and I'm accepting any recommendations about where I should visit as also some food tips!🏙🍕😁 Hope here about you all soon!
Marie

Marie

My Name is Marie and I am imterested to travel the World. Not at once, sadly, but in one to two-week trips in my holidays. I want to travel as much as possible in my life and I think this is a good way to do it, because of the chance to make new friends.

Experiences

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 17 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.9/5Exciting

Safety

5/5Very safe

Food

4.6/5Delicious

Budget

3.3/5Moderate
December 14, 2022

Solo travel experience

Croatia is wonderful. I spend several weeks there in Zagreb, Split, and a village called Jesla on the island Hvar. Absolutely loved it and would love to go back again. Next time I want to get to Dubrovnik, more places on the northern coast, more islands. I also want to see more inland. I was working remotely the whole time I was there so didn't get out and about as much as I'd have liked but found it very peaceful, friendly, and safe.

favorite_border 68
mode_comment 0
December 14, 2022

Couple travel experience

Loved Croatia. We spent several days in Split and then took the ferry to Hvar and Korcula. Spend a night in each and loved both - different vibes at both. We then took Ferry to Dubrovnik. At least 2 cruise ships were docked in Dubrovnik and it was very crowded and touristy but loved going there and walking the wall.

favorite_border 60
mode_comment 0
December 14, 2022

Solo travel experience

I visited Croatia solo for 2 weeks. I started in Split and took a boat to Dubrovnik, then flew to Zagreb and a bus to Pula. I personally love the tourist areas and met lovely people during my stay. I recommend the Blue Cave tour in Split and the old town tour in Dubrovnik. Pula is the prettiest little town with a mini Roman Coliseum!

favorite_border 60
mode_comment 0
December 13, 2022

Solo travel experience

I visited Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes (Konitica) and Split. Split is much like a holiday resort- I found there wasn't a huge amount to do although that was fine with me since I'd worn myself out by that point. I did borrow a bike a toured some of the beaches, and I took a boat tour (Blue cave + 3 islands). I can highly recommend En Route Hostel, right beside a well stocked supermarket, en route has a decent kitchen and community area where I cooked for myself.

favorite_border 76
mode_comment 1
December 10, 2022

Solo travel experience

I travelled to Croatia solo for 10 days, did not drive so just took buses and ferry. Went to Zagreb, Plitvice, Skradin, Sibenik, Split, Hvar, Dubrovnik (in this order). Highlights for me include Plitvice NP, drove quad and tried night SUP from Split, staying in an old tower in Hvar and just wandering around Dubrovnik.

favorite_border 76
mode_comment 0
December 6, 2022

Couple travel experience

We flew to Dubrovnik in September. Stayed in Old Town Hostel and had a private room which was really central. We stayed one night and a day and a half and this was enough. Ferry to Hvar was cheap where we stayed 3 days and then a ferry to Split. I recommend taking a water taxi to islands off of Hvar. We spent £80 to rent a boat and it was our best day, exploring private beaches and stopping at the beach clubs for a drink. Next, we stayed a day in Split, then we took a flixbus to Zadar via Krka. Zadar was really worth it and the cheapest town of the trip (accommodation, food and drink) and loads to see.

favorite_border 72
mode_comment 0
December 6, 2022

Couple travel experience

I spent 9 days in Croatia and broke it up by doing 4 nights in Dubrovnik, 3 nights in Hvar and 2 in Split. It felt like a good way to do it because we flew into Dubrovnik airport then got a bus to the port where we were staying, then got a ferry to Hvar a few days later (about 2 hour journey) and then the same ferry carries on from Hvar to Split (1 hour) so we jumped on the same ferry a few days later, and then flew out of Split. So felt like quite a good route. The only thing I’d add is that Dubrovnik and Hvar really surprised me with how expensive everything was, like £13 for a main was kind of minimum at most places, so we cooked a lot in our Airbnb to save money.

favorite_border 71
mode_comment 0
November 27, 2022

Couple travel experience

We flew in to Zagreb, rented a car and drove to Ljubljana, then Bled (amazing), then to Postosjna caves (so fascinating) and Predjama castle. Then south to Rovinj, Sibenik, Spit, Hvar, Dubrovnik. Loved all of these places and would go back in a heartbeat!

favorite_border 71
mode_comment 0
September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 2 days: Dubrovnik 3 days: Split 2 days: Hvar Safety: I felt very safe the entire time, though I didn’t wander around alone at night. Recommendations: Croatia is such a beautiful place one of the nicest places I have ever been.

favorite_border 2
mode_comment 0
September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 2 days in Zadar 1 day in Krka 3 days in Split 1 day in Hvar Safety: Croatia is safe to visit. Recommendations: Croatia is insanely beautiful and offers both amazing nature and impressive historical cities.

favorite_border 1
mode_comment 0
September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 3 days in Zagreb 1 day at Plitvice Lakes 4 days in Split and the islands 1 day in Krka National Park 5 days in Dubrovnik Safety: Croatia is very safe Everybody is so friendly and it’s so clean - you have nothing to worry about! Recommendations: Croatia is stunning and there's a reason why it gets crowded

favorite_border 3
mode_comment 0
September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 1 night: Pula 1 night: Zadar 3 nights: Split 1 day: Plitvice Lakes 2 nights: Hvar 1 day: Brac 2 nights: Dubrovnik Safety: Its extremely safe, nothing bad happened to me. Recommendations: Croatia is a great country to visit

favorite_border 5
mode_comment 0
September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 2 days: Dubrovnik 1 day: Hvar 2 days: Split 1 day: Krka & Cetina 1 day: Plitvice Safety: I felt really safe in Croatia as a solo traveler, but trust your gut feeling! Recommendations: Croatia is a very unique country in it's own way.

favorite_border 1
mode_comment 0
September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 2 days in Split 2 days in Dubrovnik 2 days in Hvar 1 day in Krka Safety: Croatia is an incredibly welcoming country and I felt no worries about my personal safety. Recommendations: Croatia is a beautiful country with a rich history and culture.

favorite_border 3
mode_comment 0
July 28, 2022

Couple travel experience

We were obsessed with the island Brač!! Dubrovnik was lovely, and we also loved Rovijn & Zagreb. Brač—Monastery beach, rent a scooter and scoot around the island, there was great hiking here, the restaurant ranc was epic Dubrovnik—walk the wall, lorkum island was fun, mea culpa for a meal, wander the city Rovijn—so romantic and quaint, rent bikes!! Zagreb—wander! Also so many fun places to eat! We hiked Krka and Paklenica national park both of which I would recommend. Paklencia is also known for rock climbing. Flew into Dubrovnik and road tripped.

favorite_border 1
mode_comment 0

Find answers to all your travel questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Croatia safe for solo female travellers?

Yes, Croatia is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.

Is Croatia good for solo female travellers?

Yes, Croatia is a great destination for solo female travelers. The country is generally safe and the people are friendly and welcoming. There are plenty of activities to do and sights to see, and the country is easy to navigate. Plus, there are plenty of hostels and other accommodation options for solo travelers.

Is Croatia expensive for solo travellers?

Croatia can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Accommodation can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury resorts, and activities can range from free walking tours to expensive boat trips. In general, Croatia is more affordable than many other European countries, but it is still possible to spend a lot of money if you are not careful.

What do I need to know before traveling to Croatia?

Visa Requirements

Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Croatia. Check with your local embassy or consulate to find out if you need a visa and what the requirements are.

Currency

The official currency in Croatia is the euro (EUR). Credit cards are widely accepted in Croatia.

Language

The official language in Croatia is Croatian. English is widely spoken in the major cities and tourist areas.

Weather

Croatia has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The best time to visit Croatia is from May to September when the weather is warm and sunny.

Safety

Croatia is generally a safe country to visit. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings and avoid walking alone at night.

What is the best time to travel to Croatia?

The best time to travel to Croatia depends on what you are looking for. If you are looking for warm weather and lots of sunshine, the best time to visit is from May to September. If you are looking for cooler temperatures and fewer crowds, the best time to visit is from October to April.

Explore Croatia