The Dalmatian coast, an island cycling paradise
8 days & 7 nights
Split, Hvar, Korčula, Brač, Pelješac, Dubrovnik and more
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Split – Dubrovnik
September 22-29, 2024
Croatia is a very unique country. Its magnificent coastline is sprinkled with hundreds of untouched and pristine islands that are ideal to explore on a bike.
The southern part of the country, the glorious Dalmatian coast, stretches from Split to Dubrovnik. It is well known for its unparalleled crystal-clear waters, stunning medieval villages, and some of the best mountain climbs in the country.
Beauty & gastronomy.
This point-to-point trip is specially designed to unveil the most special corners of the Dalmatian coast and its magnificent islands.
If you want to experience some of the most pleasant and spectacular riding Europe has to offer, be delighted by some of the clearest waters on the planet, and feel surprised by a spectacular gastronomy, this adventure is definitely for you
Split & Biokovo Natural Park
The ride will start in the beautiful medieval walled city of Split. After a short local ride, we will hop onto the island of Brač for a day, before coming back to the mainland to explore the depths of the Biokovo Natural Park.
From there we will island hop for the next four days exploring the magnificent islands of Hvar and Korčula. We will explore some of the most remote corners and learn about their fascinating history while strolling in the old walled towns.
Pelješac peninsula & Dubrovnik
The adventure will conclude riding the majestic Pelješac peninsula from north to south all the way to the famed and absolutely stunning medieval jewel of Dubrovnik.
Day by day.
Day 1: Arrival, Short warm-up ride
Day 2: 60km +1,100m
Day 3: Rest day or 60km +1,800m
Day 4: 80km +1,200m
Day 5: 60km +800m
Day 6: 60km +900m
Day 7: 80km +1,200
Day 8: Departure