Cycling central to south Dalmatia

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Duration 8 days
Availability : Jul - September
Dubrovnik
Split
Min Age : 15+
Max People : -
Tour Details
  • Split – Diocletians Palace UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Trogir – UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Korčula – birth place of the great explorer, Marco Polo (UNESCO)
  • Dubrovnik – UNESCO World Heritage Site

Central and south Dalmatia on two wheels, well why not! You will be hopping through busy small towns in order to cycle on quiet coastal roads. There will still be time to visit some of the cultural sites like Diocletian’s Palace and famous City Walls of Dubrovnik or to enjoy a refreshing swim and a glass of the tasty ˝Grk˝ vine.

Departure & Return Location

Split Airport (Google Map)

Dubrovnik Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • 7 nights, bed and breakfast service
  • Bike rent and other services
  • Trogir bike rent
  • Korčula bike rent
  • Transfer Pansion Hajduk – Bus Station Korčula
  • Transfer Dbv – Grude – Dbv
  • Konavle bike rent
  • Wine tasting and degustation in local vinery in Grude
  • Road book with cycling route notes which include maps and full directions

Price Excludes

  • All given prices are informative, not contractual, since they are paid to local providers directly
  • Flights to/from Croatia
  • public bus Split airport- Trogir – 5,00 €
  • public bus Trogir – Split – 4,00 €
  • Catamaran ticket Jadrolinija, Split – Korčula – 8,00 – 10,50 €
  • public Bus Korčula – Dubrovnik – 13,00 €
  • Atlas shuttle bus Dubrovnik airport – 5,00 €
  • All meals and other service not mentioned in the PRICE INCLUDE chapter
  • Travel Insurance

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

Number of days cycling: 4
Level: easy to moderate / self-guided
Average daily distance: 35 km / 21,5 miles
Terrain: medium altitude differences (up to 500m); mostly paved roads, with segments of well maintaned gravel roads

Weather & seasonality
This cycling tour will mostly follow seaside roads and some of them will take you to the inner parts of the Island of Korčula. Climate can be various but our tours are run in periods when the weather is usually stable, be sure to be ready for sun, rain and wind. Strong north wind ˝Bura˝ can be quite unpleasant so make sure you pack some warmer wind stoppers but also a hat and sun glasses for the strong Adriatic sun.

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Split

Arrival to Split airport and a public bus transfer to Trogir.

Day 2Čiovo island

Exploring Čiovo Island just a small bridge away from Trogir with beautiful views on the Island of Šolta and Split.

Day 3Split - Korčula

Public bus transfer to Split. Some free time to roam the cobbled streets of the Diocletian’s Palace before taking an afternoon catamaran to Korčula.

Day 4Korčula

Leisure cycling day to visit the nearby village of Lumbarda famous for the sandy beach Pržina. Possible swim and a vine tasting on return in Milina Bire vinery also known for the Grk vine.

Day 5Pupnat - Žrnovo - Korčula

Today we embark on a cycling tour around the central part of eastern Korcula, discovering the old villages of Žrnovo and Pupnat that dominate the fertile fields, vineyards and olive growths of Korcula interior.

Day 6Dubrovnik

Depending on the period of travelling, morning public bus or catamaran to Dubrovnik.

Relaxing day in Dubrovnik for visiting the City Walls, taking a cable car to Srđ or sail to the Lokrum Island for a tranquil swim or a walk in its botanical garden.

Day 7Konavle

Circular cycling route in Konavle region a serene agricultural area in the hinterlands of Dubrovnik. End of the tour in Grude village, followed by a tasting of local wine and products. Return transfer to Dubrovnik.

Day 8Departure

Public bus to Dubrovnik airport (optional taxi). Departure flight.

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