Croatia is known for its heterogeneous food and it has its own culinary traditions that you will discover on all our Croatia bike tours. It is also famous for its thousands small and uninhabited dazzling islands spread accross the adriatic see and covering a total of 1,300 sq mi. Starting around Brac island, the largest island in Dalmatia but also the third largest island in the Adriatic your trip then takes you towards the islands of Hvar and Korcula before ending the trip in Dubrovnik. If you are looking to combine seaside and countryside, our Croatia bike tours are the most though after trips to take one of our Europe bike tours.
Enjoy a boat transfer from the mainland to Hvar island for a welcome drink and a light lunch in the garden of our friends.
Later that day and after a bike safety and fitting session head to Hvar town, the largest and most famous town on the Dalmatian island, on a limestone ridge road stretching across the middle of the island. Pedal along ancient stone terraces, olive groves and some fig trees. Dinner is at an excellent and well known restaurant in the heart of town.
This morning, trade your bike for a kayak and paddle the number bays and hidden beaches of the nearby Paklinkski Islands. Lunch is on one of the islands.
In the afternoon, transfer to Milna where your bikes await you. Cycle through olive groves, characteristic croatian villages and as you get you blood pumping with a mile long climb enjoy some incredible views of the mainland. In the afternoon, arrive in Pucisca and your hotel, a 15th century monument.
Climb to the oldest village on the island. From there, you have beautiful views. Enjoy a 15 minute downhill to the the town of Bol located on the other side of the island, feel free to stroll the streets of Boll or take a walk to the Zlatni Rat Beach, Croatia's most famous beach.
Lunch is at a local restaurant before transferring to the island of Korcula. On the way, take a break in one of the numerous creeks so that you can enjoy the crystal clear water. Dinner is at a famous fish restaurant in town.
Take an easy ride combining some inland and coast riding around the island. On the way take a break from your bike for a wine tasting of the white varietals Korcula Island is known for.
Lunch is at a restaurant along the way and once back at the hotel our recommendation is to enjoy the beach of the hotel. Dinner tonight is at the hotel's restaurant.
Head to Korcula town, known to be where Marco Polo was born. From your hotel there is a small climb in the morning and then a downhill to the town which dates back to the 14th century. Lunch is served at a typical restaurant just off the main street.
In the afternoon and after a 20 minute boat transfer you reach the mainland and head to Dubrovnik for your last evening in Croatia. For your farewell dinner, join your newfound friends in the hotel's elegant dinning room.
This morning and after a final breakfast together at your hotel, your trip leaders drive you to the Dubrovnik airport at around 12 PM.
Following another one of our memorable Croatia bike tours, you may fly back home, or choose to stay some more time in Croatia and do some more sightseeing.
Perfectly located, the hotel boasts the most spectacular panoramic views of the town and the marina.
The hotel is designed for a romantic and relaxing experience. The year-round rooftop as well as a sophisticated array of multilevel garden terraces with stunning views over the sea and marina and exquisite design create an outstanding atmosphere of luxury and relaxation.
Built in 1497, the late Renaissance family Palace Dešković has been registered as a cultural monument at the Historic Buildings Institute in Split.
It now has been reconstructed and refurbished and transformed into a luxurious four-star hotel with 13 double bedrooms and 2 double-room suites. It also houses a beautiful restaurant where you can enjoy local specialities like fresh fish from the Adriatic and high quality home-brewed vine.
Completely stripped down and rebuilt, the hotel Korkyra is ideally located on the island of Korcula in the town of Vela Luka, the second largest town on the island, with 4,500 inhabitants.
The hotel has 58 rooms surrounding the swimming pool and also a verdant oasis in the inner courtyard with a view of the sea.
Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is a luxurious 5-star hotel conveniently located near the center of Dubrovnik, end of our Croatia bike tours.
Built over a century ago this central Dubrovnik hotel offers comfortable facilities and technology in two buildings in an historic setting with stunning views over medieval Old town and Adriatic Sea.