So, let us introduce you to our SPLIT 2 DUBROVNIK program in a few simple numbers:
It usually takes 3 hours driving to get from Split 2 Dubrovnik.
Our trip is 7 days long.
So, count for yourselves the possibilities of a simple equation such as this one.
Imagine how much more will you be able to experience if you substitute a 3 hours drive for a 6 days bicycle ride.
Yes, it’s a simple equation, but the solution is non-mathematical. And certainly the one that you will not forget the moment a school bells rings.
This is why we call it – cycling the roads less travelled.
Because life is better when it’s self-guided.
At your own pace.
Under your own terms.
In your own unique style.
“At first we thought cycling along the Croatian coast might not suite the challenge we are looking for on our biking holidays. But, on our first climb up the sland Brač, we figured this trip is going to be a well rewarding one.” – Phillipe, Charmonix
We meet at the Split airport. Upon your arrival to Split you will be accommodated in a hotel settled little outside of the city centre. A nice, quite place to rest after the flight. City tour is recommended.
Free evening in Split.
After breakfast and checking out from hotel, transfer vehicle will take you to the Split ferry port. Ferry ride from Split to island Brač takes about 45 minutes. Cycling begins right upon your arrival to Supetar, Brač. It’s a circle route that passes through the most significant parts of an island.
There are many restaurants along the route, but take care to bring enough food & water for a full day ride.
After the ride, you will be accommodated in Supetar, Brač.
Free evening in Supetar.
After breakfast and checking out from hotel, a ferry ride again! And then again upon your arrival to Split – this time ferry boat takes you to the island Korčula.
Cycling starts in Vela Luka, Korčula, but before you take off, quick lunch in Vela Luka is recommended.
On your first day at the island, route will take you through some wild parts of an island, just above hidden lagunas, with a constant view of open sea in a distance.
Route ends in Brna, Korčula where you will be accommodated in a hotel on a beach.
Free evening in Brna.
On this day, your ride starts right after breakfast and checking out from hotel. Route continues from Brna taking you from one side of the island 2 another. Day of the great ascents and even greater descends.
Take enough food & water for a full day ride, provisional picnic along the route.
Route finishes in the town of Korčula. Take some time to tour around the town and then jump on a ferry again, because you are going back to the mainland. Oh, it’s a peninsula. Sorry.
Upon your arrival to Orebić, situated on the northern coast of Pelješac Peninsula, you will be accommodated in a hotel 5 minutes cycling from the ferry port.
Free evening in Orebić.
Again, your ride starts right after breakfast and checking out from hotel.
Concerning elevation and length of the route, in terms of cycling, this is the hardest day of your vacation. Bare this in mind to get a good night sleep. And take enough food & water for a full day ride.
Route will take you through out the landscape of peninsula, including the most famous vineyard area in Croatia – home of Dingač.
It ends in the historical town Ston where you will be accommodated at the reach of local oyster restaurants. Tour around city walls is recommended.
Free evening in Ston.
On day 6 you will finally reach Dubrovnik. And you will do it in style – cycling in.
Your ride starts right after breakfast and checking out from hotel. There is no problem with navigation on this day. Just cycling south from Ston will get you straight to Dubrovnik with a constant view at Elaphiti Islands at your right side.
At the city entrance, route will take you under the bridge. You will be accommodated in a hotel at the close reach of old city centre, the Lapad peninsula.
Free evening in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast and checking out from hotel, transfer vehicle will take you to the Dubrovnik airport according to your flight schedule.
Within a couple of hours you’ll be back home, telling everyone they must try this great Adria Bike Holiday you’ve just been to.
Split is the second largest city in Croatia developed around the summer palace of the Roman emperor Dioklecian. The palace is still its greatest attraction, recently enriched with a many art galleries, small shops and thematic bars to create a cosy ambient for its growing number of visitors. Even a short walk around the old town will get you lost inside the labyrinth.
It’s quite difficult for us to describe the island of Vis without sentiment because Vis is our sweetheart of parade – the recent filming of Mama Mia brought the attention of glamour at this tiny corner of the world, but we strongly believe there is still a way to show you the island how it used to be – forgotten in time and space.
Brač is the island of natural attractions. It is the highest of all islands in Adriatic with the mount of Vidova gora up to 778 meters high. Zlatni Rat is the most famous Croatian beach designed by nature and nature alone. Desert of Blaca is a single-trail you wouldn’t believe if someone told you about. You must experience it yourselves.
Brač is also the island of beautiful towns and villages with Mediterranean style architecture. On your trip you will be staying in two of those – Supetar and Bol – but will ride through most of the others.
Medieval part of the city which was built in the Roman era.
The most popular tourist destination in Croatia, known for its rich history and ancient architecture, unique enough to become a scenography for HBO Games of Thrones series.
The most famous Croatian wine region with top class wine production.
Prices are per person in double / twin room.