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8 days/7 nights, with 6 days cycling


Start any date between May 1 and October 31


Cycling average 50k/30miles a day.

 

Terrain: Moderate.

The Dalmatian islands are volcanic in origin so when you arrive to each harbour, you can expect a climb from sea-level! You’ll be rewarded with terrifc views; the highest elevation of the roads we cycle is approx 575 m.



Classic Accommodation:   US$2450

Single Supplement*:

US$600

*this trip requires a minimum of two people booking (because of boat transfer costs)

 

Luxe Accommodation:  US$2950
Single Supplement:

US$750

*this trip requires a minimum of two people booking (because of boat transfer costs)

 

High season supplement  per person from July 1st to August 30th:

Classic Accommodation: US$300

 

Luxe Accommodation:
US$570

 

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  • Seven nights lodging
  • Bike rental
  • All breakfasts, two dinners (one of which is an optional cooking course)
  • Detailed map and route instructions
  • GPS data of the route (on request)
  • All baggage transportation
  • Area Manager services for the duration of the tour
  • All boat & ferry transfers included



The tour starts in Split and finishes in Dubrovnik.

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Randonnée Tours

Croatia

 

Cycling 8 Days

Imagine the Mediterranean the way it used to be, in a country that has all the essential elements for the perfect cycling vacation- quiet roads, an abundance of historical sites and now, wonderful hotels and restaurants to enjoy.
This trip begins in Split. Afer one night discovering the secrets of this historical city, you will ferry to the island of Brac, the largest of the Dalmatian islands and notable for the karst rock, a supple white stone that sculptors have used for centuries here. Stay in Bol, a short stroll fom the famous Zlatni Rat beaches.
Afer two days exploring Brac, cruise by gulet to the island of Hvar, perhaps the most interesting of the Dalmatian islands. Designed and built by Venetians, Hvar feels distinctly Italian; Hvar is becoming the destination of choice for yacht owners (Barry Dillar’s 103m vessel was in the harbour on our last visit). You’ll have two days in Hvar, with enough time to cycle the island’s routes and explore its hidden treasures. From Hvar, we provide a private speed-boat transfer to Korcula, where a quiet and spectacular cyclists dream road (very few, if any cars) leads you to the town of Korcula. Afer an overnight in this charming village, you will awake and cruise about a fast catamaran to Dubrovnik. This tour offers the opportunity to cycle on three islands, and to see each of Split and Dubrovnik.






 

Hotel Luxe, Split

Within steps of the ancient center of Split this boutique, contemporary hotel features comfortable and modern rooms, a cozy wellness area, dining room and lobby bar with a view of the city life of Split.

 

 

Hotel Elaphusa, Bol *Luxe Hotel
Renovated in 2006, this 4-star hotel is located in a pine forest along a walking promenade midway between Bol and Zlatni Rat, Croatia’s most beautiful beach. The hotel’s spa, outdoor pools and other amenities make it a favorite getaway location. The vibrant town of Bol is approximately a 10-minutes walk along a seaside path and has many excellent restaurants.

 

Villa Nora, Hvar
This is our newest discovery, located in the center of Hvar, located in a former 14th century palace, now a boutique 3-star hotel. Spacious rooms with AC, and steps to restaurants and a warm welcome make it a traveler favourite.

 

Hotel Korcula de la ville, Korcula Town
This recently renovated hotel is located in the center of historic Korcula Town.

 

 

 

Hotel Lapad, Dubrovnik
This 4-star hotel sits steps from the port and boasts a large swimming pool, comfortable rooms, and a warm welcome.

 

 

 

Le Meridien, Lav (near Split)
Located 6 kilometers outside Split, this hotel features a high-end spa, large infnity swimming pool, a private, unique beachfront and panoramic views to write home about.

 

 

 

Hotel Vestibul Palace (alternative to Le Meridien), Split (in town)
Located in the historical center of Split, inside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace and a traveler favorite. It’s in a historical building and although the rooms are not spacious, the amenities and service compensate.

 

 

Hotel Elaphusa, Bol
Renovated in 2006, this 4-star hotel is located in a pine forest along a walking promenade midway between Bol and Zlatni Rat, Croatia’s most beautiful beach. The hotel’s spa, outdoor pools and other amenities make it a favorite getaway location. The vibrant town of Bol is approximately a 10-minutes walk along a seaside path and has many excellent restaurants.

 

Hotel Podstine, Hvar
This sea-side 4-star hotel boasts outstanding views, terraced gardens and decks leading down to the sea and private beach. Situated in an arboretum full of palm and citrus trees and centenary pines, it boasts a newly opened spa ofering massage and wellness services on site. The restaurant has an extensive menu with regional cuisine.

 

Hotel Korsal, Korcula
Hotel Korsal is a 4-star family hotel, situated right next to a lovely beach in the pedestrian zone of Korčula. The guest rooms are bright and modern with wooden floors. There is a casual restaurant on site and wine cellar.

 

Hotel Hilton, Dubrovnik
The location can’t be beat – right on the doorstep of the Dubrovnik Old Town with stunning views over the medieval town and Adriatic Sea. There is a fine restaurant, Porat and swimming pool and spa facilities.

 

"Just wanted to pass along how much Glen and I enjoyed our bike trip in Croatia.  It was outstanding - the locations, the hotels, but especially your contacts. We were well taken care of and everything went smoothly.  The bike routes were challenging, but very enjoyable and allowed us to truly see the countryside.  We absolutely loved it and look forward to our next bike excursion."

G. Grossmith, Mississauga-ON.


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