If you are looking for a great six-day self-guided bike tour – look no further and contact us. You will visit ancient towns of Split and Hvar, medieval Korcula and Dubrovnik, and enjoy almost unreal coastal views all the way along three different Dalmatian islands and Peljesac peninsula. Your holidays start at Split – city founded by Roman Emperor Diocletian, dating back to 300 A.C. The first day of cycling you will do the tour on island Brač, famous for its precious limestone, which was used to build Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the White House in Washington. Discover stone quarries and stone masons, local art galleries, traditional villages and wine cellars. Continue to cycle on Island Hvar, along ancient villages and coastal roads, UNESCO world heritage site of Stari Grad and bike along lavender fields, before finishing the ride in Hvar town.
The road will take you all along the scenic places on Korčula. Taste great homemade food, with Grk and Postup wine on a side. Treat yourself with oysters and great risotto in Ston, try famous vine Dingač on Peljesac peninsula and visit ancient salt works and longest fortified walls in Europe before finishing the cycling holiday in Dubrovnik – the pearl of Adriatic! For more information, please contact us: email@example.com
Day 1: Arrival to Split.
Day 2: Split – Brač (Supetar – Sutivan - Nerežišče – Škrip – Splitska – Supetar) – Split. Distance: 39/46 km (24,3/28,6 miles).
Day 3: Split – Hvar (Stari Grad – Vrboska – Jelsa – Hvar). Distance: 42 km (26,1 miles).
Day 4: Korčula. Distance: 37/52 km (23/32,3 miles).
Day 5: National Park Mljet. Distance: 39 km (24,2 miles).
Day 6: Arrival to Dubrovnik
Extension of holidays in Dubrovnik is possible. Please contact us for the detailed itinerary and other information: firstname.lastname@example.org