Perfect combination of riding, adrenalin, relaxation and culture. We will crossing borders and visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro and back to Croatia again. Bosnia and Herzegovina attracts with its dramatic alpine scenery, thundering rivers, ancient towns, hidden monasteries, medieval fortresses and isolated villages.

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We have handpicked the hotels to represent the most welcoming, comfortable, and authentic accommodations in each region. From boutique-style inns to multi-starred resorts and from closely renovated chateaux to exclusive luxury villas we will always wake you up refreshed, revived, and ready to ride.

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  • National Park Kornati
  • Sarajevo
  • Mostar
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Plitvice National Park, Split, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Mostar Bridge)
  • Hvar
  • National Park Durmitor
  • Adriatic coastal road
  • New model BMW motorcycle with hard case
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • Experienced guide on a motorcycle
  • Photo Package including GoPro camera files
  • Support vehicle for your luggage, can accommodate up to two passengers
  • 15 overnight accommodations in 4 and 5 (where available) stars hotels
  • 15 breakfasts at the hotel
  • 11 dinners, most of them in traditional local restaurants
  • All water and soft drinks during included meals
  • Special lunch in Kornati National Park
  • All entrances to National and Nature Parks according to route
  • All ferry rides according to the route
  • Handbook with maps and highlighted routes by day

16 Days

Difficulty - Easy

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15 nights 4/5*

15 breakfasts

11 dinners

Special Lunch

Petrol for the tour

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Day By Day
  • 1.Arrival day

    Welcome to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Fodor’s Travel says: “Above all, there's Croatia's quietly lovely capital. With its historic center on the northern bank of the Sava River, Zagreb has the walk ability of Prague. Spacious, friendly public spaces, grand Austro-Hungarian architecture, and a rich array of churches and museums will lure you down small side streets…”

    Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia, and although many people skip it in favor of Renaissance cities such as Dubrovnik, Zagreb is a culture-lover’s dream. The city has dozens of museums, including the Natural History Museum – which contains one of the world’s most important collections of Neanderthal remains – and The Strossmayer Gallery of Old Masters, featuring European paintings from the fourteenth to nineteenth centuries. Loads of festivals take place each year too, including the World Festival of Animated Films (every even-numbered year) and an international festival of avant-garde music (every odd-numbered year). Make sure to explore the churches, palaces and galleries of the medieval old town on foot, and look out for the Prizemljeno Sunce (The Grounded Sun) and planet statues that are scattered around the city and make up a scale model of the solar system.

    A buzzing pocket-size capital on the edge of Europe, Zagreb is coming into its own with an appealing medley of the contemporary and ancient. All rolled into one in this mini-metropolis are edgy art, top food, creative fashions and festival fun galore.

     

    Depending on your arrival time we will organize further activities. First, we will pick you up at the airport and transfer you to your accommodation site. Then we would like you to get acquainted with your bike, therefore a short test ride would be optimal, including some sightseeing. If there is enough time, sightseeing will be done separately. We are planning a traditional dinner in the evening so that you will have a great opportunity to taste something new and discuss the tour details.

  • 2.Zagreb - National Park Plitvice Lakes

    After breakfast we will hit the road towards Plitvice Lakes, first of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

    CNN travel claims Plitvice Lakes as No.1 from their “12 incredible UNESCO sites you’ve probably never heard of”:

    “Surrounded by forests of beech, fir and spruce, a multi-level system of 16 lakes spills into waterfalls and pools Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park. The lakes are known for their distinctive colors, which can be turquoise, green, blue or grey….”

    “A sultry oppression sat over the fields and mountains for months. People and animals, meadows and gardens yearned for refreshing, gentle rain. The Crna Rijeka river, ordinarily a cheerfully babbling stream, dried up. The people's prayers and pleading were all in vain the skies showed no mercy on them. But then the Black Queen with her glittering entourage appeared in the valley. The people cried for help, asking for water, without which they would all perish. And the Queen took pity on them: with great thunder and lighting, heavy rain began to fall in an instant, bringing life to the people and animals, fields and meadows. The rain poured and poured, and the waters began to grow, until they formed the lakes as we see them today."

     

    Thus reads just one of the many legends that surround the forming of this series of sixteen lakes that step down hill, connecting to each other by waterfalls. Plitvice really is the most unique natural sight in the world, having been formed, so an alternative and more coldly scientific theory reasons, by triffids! Well, not actually triffids if truth be told; the lakes are in fact formed by lumps of moss, but how else does one think of pleasure pool building plants?

     

     

    We could use numerous words to describe the site, but the view will leave you absolutely speechless. Plitvice is the most prominent and visited of the eight national parks in Croatia, representing a special and breathtaking hydro-geological phenomenon. Plitvice is a forested mountain region with 16 smaller and bigger lakes of crystal teal color. The lakes collect water from numerous rivers and streams and are interconnected by cascades and waterfalls. Tuff barriers created 10 000 years ago are a distinctive feature of the Park. Its 12,000 acres of rich greens with 16 turquoise lakes, crystalline streams and dozens of waterfalls, provide an ethereal backdrop as you walk along miles of wood-plank paths and gaze at the liquid beauty.

    It comes as no surprise that Plitvice was one of the first sites to be included in the UNESCO’s list of world heritage in 1979.

    On our route to Plitvice we will visit a small village called Rastoke with wonderful surroundings made by a small river Slunjcica which flows over tuff cliffs into the river Korana, creating numerous small lakes, currents and waterfalls. Due to its location and hydrologic type, Rastoke is called the gate of Plitvice lakes, or Male Plitvice (Little Plitvice).

  • 3.Plitvice Lakes National Park - Sarajevo

    We set off for our next stop, the famous city of Sarajevo, yet another major point of interest on our route and one of the richest and most respected history tellers in the region. It will be a long day, but you will hardly notice it given the natural beauties we are going to see.

    Like the toughest rafting section of the Una River which starts with a big splash descending the lower section of this dramatic double waterfall. The photogenic falls are within the Una National Park and well worth visiting whether or not you're afloat.

    Like town Jajce. Above an impressive urban waterfall, Jajce's fortified Old Town climbs a steep rocky knoll to the powerful, ruined castle where Bosnia's medieval kings were once crowned. The surrounding array of mountains, lakes and canyons it is a potentially useful exploration base.

     

    Several hours later, cruising along open flat or narrow mountain roads offering vertigo-like and dreamy views of the beautiful mixture of landscapes, we will reach the Sarajevo valley.

  • 4.Rest day: Sarajevo

    The heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the capital Sarajevo, once a heart-broken, torn and demolished city it has risen above its recent history to once more welcome visitors with its centuries-old tradition of hospitality. This vibrant city can penetrate as deep into the traveler’s soul as it does for residents.

     

    With a population of about 400,000 Sarajevo makes full use of its abundance of bustling cafés, local eateries and handicraft shops. One of its unique features, something that has led to it being termed ‘the Jerusalem of Europe’, is its religiously diverse citizenry. Indeed, few places on earth feature an Orthodox and a Catholic church, a mosque and a synagogue within walking distance of each other. A city with characteristics of the East (enriched by the Byzantine and Ottoman empires) and the West (the Roman, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian empires), Sarajevo holds a central charm that visitors feel, encompassing the best of both worlds.

    Sarajevo has a fascinating history: the city nestled in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina, between the wooded hills and is divided by the noisy Miljacka River. The Bascarsija is the main market square and the hub of the inner city with over 40 narrow lanes emerging from it – all filled with traders in copper, leather and woodwork. In the market you can buy carved wooden toys and handmade tin coffee pots and cups. Sarajevo is packed with places of worship. The neo-Gothic Roman Catholic Cathedral dates from 1889. The Jewish museum was a synagogue when it was built in 1556. A nearby Orthodox church has been there since 1539. We will enjoy traditional food, such as the famous cevapcici.

  • 5.Introducing east Herzegovina

    We will take off to south towards Mostar. On our way will stop in Jablanica, a town and municipality situated on the banks of the Neretva River and Jablanica Lake. It is a major tourist destination in Bosnia and Herzegovina offering a wide variety of activities. The surrounding mountains offer both hunting grounds and a variety of hiking trails. One popular hiking destination is "Hajdučka Vrata", a natural wonder and a product of wind erosion located 2,000 meters above the sea level on the mountain. Plateau outside of the city is the site of two necropolises, both filled with mysterious medieval tombstones known as Stećci. During the Battle of the Neretva in 1943 a rail bridge over the river was blown up while a train was crossing it. Now there is a park and monument commemorating the event.

    Riding further south we will reach Mostar, a beautiful city on the Neretva River famous for its Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva, built in the 16th century by the Ottomans and nowadays considered one of the most spectacular pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. It's a one-arch construction that bonds the left to the right bank of the river Neretva. The span of the arch is 28,7 meters long, and the height is 21 meters from the summer water level. It has been introduced on the UNESCO's list of world heritage in 2005.

    Besides the Old Bridge and its surrounding area (The Old City of Mostar), we should also visit the Partisan Memorial Cemetery and the Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque (the oldest mosque in Mostar – built in 1617).

    We will visit Tjentište, another great second world war battle ground and the Valley of Heroes marked with massive monument completely made out of stone in memory of the soldiers who left their lives in the Sutjeska Battle.

    In the evening we will be heading back to Sarajevo.

  • 6.Sarajevo - Durmitor

    Crossing into Montenegro from the north-eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina is a real feast for all the senses. After riding through endless barren plains, we enter the country over a simply stunning, luscious gorge. Montenegro is praised by motorbike riders as a place right out of heaven, stating it is the most impressive of the Balkan countries. Is home to some of Europe’s oldest forests and deepest gorges, and you’ll soon realize that when it comes to pure, untouched wild beauty, there’s no other country in the whole continent that could compete with Montenegro.

    We will follow the Piva River to Piva Lake created by a dam constructed on the river and explore the grand Piva canyon. We will head up to the Durmitor National Park, the sparkling jewel in Montenegro’s crown. It stretches west from the Piva Lake Canyon to the Tara Canyon in the north and is home to an astounding plateau lake region covering 1,500m in altitude and fringed by 18 glacial lakes. The Durmitor National Park is a UNESCO listed natural wonder and, with its two most celebrated highlights, the Tara Canyon (Europe’s deepest) and Crno Jezero (Black Lake). The Tara boasts with most impressive stats: the canyon is over 80km in length, its deepest point being at 1.3km and has more than 70 caves and 40 waterfalls throughout its length. The Durmitor National Park section of the canyon has only one road which is probably the most magnificent in the entire country. The spectacular Đurđevića bridge spanning a deep section of the Tara river gorge is a popular stop for drivers in this part of Montenegro, and for many visitors it's the only place to get a good overview of the gorge without having to raft or hike. Built in 1940 it has five wide arches, the main span 136 meters long and about 140 meters above the river; Europe's largest concrete bridge at the time. The main arch was dynamited by partisans in 1942, and rebuilt immediately after the war.

    Following the ride, we will settle in a village called Žabljak. Neither a village nor a city, Žabljak is a charming small town situated beneath mount Durmitor, in the National Park of the same name. At an altitude of 1450 meters, it's the highest urban centre in Montenegro and the Balkans. The locals are true highlanders, shaped by the rough surroundings and cruel winters, yet proud of their warm hospitality, which visitors encounter in the region's hotels, guesthouses and restaurants. Offering some of Montenegro's best skiing in winter, hiking in summer and relaxation at any time, it's an excellent year-round destination.

  • 7.Durmitor - Sv. Stefan

    Leaving Durmitor will be difficult because it is a paradise, but more wonders await ahead. Before entering Podgorica, the capital city, we will arrive at the Morača canyon which will fascinate us as much as Durmitor. Further south we will see the beautiful Skadar Lake and settle somewhere near St.Stefan, a pure jewel consisting of an islet housing a luxury resort. Access is restricted to hotel guests but the beaches located north and south are open to the public.

    Riding from Žabljak towards Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, we'll pass another National Park, NP Biogradska Gora. You'll have the time to relax walking around a beautiful lake and trying some delicious pancakes :) Then comes a superb open road ride through the Morača Canyon and, as we'll be ascending, the temperature will get higher so we'll try to reach the coast by the evening hours. Lake Skadar will catch our attention first, but a few miles later the blue Adriatic Sea will put a smile on everyone's face. We'll try delicious sea food around the beautiful St. Stefan, a delight by itself, and cool in the clear Adriatic Sea at last...

  • 8.St. Stefan - Dubrovnik

    Crossing into Montenegro from the north-eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina is a real feast for all the senses. After riding through endless barren plains, we enter the country over a simply stunning, luscious gorge. Montenegro is praised by motorbike riders as a place right out of heaven, stating it is the most impressive of the Balkan countries. Is home to some of Europe’s oldest forests and deepest gorges, and you’ll soon realize that when it comes to pure, untouched wild beauty, there’s no other country in the whole continent that could compete with Montenegro.

    We will follow the Piva River to Piva Lake created by a dam constructed on the river and explore the grand Piva canyon. We will head up to the Durmitor National Park, the sparkling jewel in Montenegro’s crown. It stretches west from the Piva Lake Canyon to the Tara Canyon in the north and is home to an astounding plateau lake region covering 1,500m in altitude and fringed by 18 glacial lakes. The Durmitor National Park is a UNESCO listed natural wonder and, with its two most celebrated highlights, the Tara Canyon (Europe’s deepest) and Crno Jezero (Black Lake). The Tara boasts with most impressive stats: the canyon is over 80km in length, its deepest point being at 1.3km and has more than 70 caves and 40 waterfalls throughout its length. The Durmitor National Park section of the canyon has only one road which is probably the most magnificent in the entire country. The spectacular Đurđevića bridge spanning a deep section of the Tara river gorge is a popular stop for drivers in this part of Montenegro, and for many visitors it's the only place to get a good overview of the gorge without having to raft or hike. Built in 1940 it has five wide arches, the main span 136 meters long and about 140 meters above the river; Europe's largest concrete bridge at the time. The main arch was dynamited by partisans in 1942, and rebuilt immediately after the war.

    Following the ride, we will settle in a village called Žabljak. Neither a village nor a city, Žabljak is a charming small town situated beneath mount Durmitor, in the National Park of the same name. At an altitude of 1450 meters, it's the highest urban centre in Montenegro and the Balkans. The locals are true highlanders, shaped by the rough surroundings and cruel winters, yet proud of their warm hospitality, which visitors encounter in the region's hotels, guesthouses and restaurants. Offering some of Montenegro's best skiing in winter, hiking in summer and relaxation at any time, it's an excellent year-round destination.

  • 9.Rest day: Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik is for many people the highlight of any trip in the Southeastern Europe/Balkans. Dubrovnik, also referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, has been a UNESCO protected World Heritage Site since 1979.

    Dubrovnik offers unlimited choices and therefore it is often hard to decide how to spend the day; visiting the Old Town, climbing up to the 2 km City Walls surrounding and protecting the Town, strolling through Stradun, the main Town street, wandering the marble streets full of historic scents and scenes, visiting the well-preserved baroque buildings and museums, or hopping on a boat and sailing to the numerous islands scattered in the waters in front of the town filled with ancient legends from the ancient Greek times.

    Dubrovnik justifiably invites hyperbole – every corner in the Old Town, in it’s entirely a UNESCO World Heritage site, has spellbinding charm and tells many a story. Although the city dates back to the 7th century, many buildings were devastated in a terrible earthquake in 1667, and were rebuilt resulting in the rather harmonious style you see today. The architects of Dubrovnik included the best of the Croatian masters, including Juraj Dalmatinac (also responsible for the cathedral at Šibenik and the entire town of Pag) in combination with masters from Venice, Dubrovnik’s main rival and trading partner. Architectural beauty is perhaps a cause of a deep immersion in the arts that manifests itself in galleries and festivals.

    And to all those in love with “Game of Thrones”! With its gleaming white-stone city walls and sunny seaside location, Dubrovnik is a perfect stand-in for King's Landing, capital of the Seven Kingdoms and home to the Iron Throne. Walking atop the old town’s remarkably well-preserved medieval walls, you can look out across the bay where the Battle of Blackwater was shot towards free standing Lovrjenac Fort, which was transformed into the majestic Red Fort. As you circle Minčeta Tower at the walls’ highest point, you’ll be following in the footsteps of Daenerys Targaryan as she desperately tried enter the House of the Undying to rescue her dragons. There are many more filming locations around here, and an organized tour will make sure you don’t miss any.

  • 10.Dubrovnik - Island Hvar

    The famous writer and philosopher Bernard Shaw nicknamed Dubrovnik the Pearl of the Adriatic and as such, the town deserves a longer stay than a single day. But, even such a short visit can get you in touch with its magic and splendor. In the morning we will set off for the island of Hvar, passing the curved coastal highway and visiting a few other Dalmatian towns and areas which attract visitors with their beauties and historical heritage, such as Mali Ston with its stone walls ideal for filming ancient history scenes as in The Games of Thrones, the Neretva River delta with its microclimate enabling optimal growth of various plants and food, or the Biokovo Mountain, another Nature Park offering a stunning panoramic view on the mid Dalmatian islands. You should know: that Biokovo was named for its snowy whiteness... Biokovo is the most important junction for the endemic flora...  up to now on Biokovo over 400 caves has been found... ...that there are more than 87 churches and chapels on Biokovo... ..that the Ratsnake is considered one of Europe's most beautiful snakes... ...that Biokovo is the tallest mountain closest to the coast on the Mediterranean... ...that the oldest rocks on Biokovo originate from 220 m. years ago... ..that cold air spilling from Biokovo creates the famous Bora wind... that Biokovo has 7 species of amphibians and 21 species of reptiles registered..

    In the evening a ferry will take us to the island of Hvar and we will head to the city of Hvar, the center of yet another UNESCO World Heritage sites on our route.

    Today our exploration of the Croatian coastline commences. We'll ride the scenic coastal highway towards the Island of Hvar and visit amazing attractions on the way like Mali Ston, known for its longest defensive wall in Europe and also for the best oysters in Croatia, the fabulous Neretva valley where you can buy the best oranges, watermelons and other fruit, fresh and cooled in the Neretva water; and if you're still hot, we'll climb up to the highest peak of the Biokovo mountain, St. Jure at 1762m (1,05 miles) above the sea level. From up there we can admire the view of the whole Makarska and the surrounding islands, and if the sky is clear enough, you can even see the mountain Monte Gargano in Italy! A short ferry ride will get us to the Island of Hvar where we'll settle in the beautiful town of Hvar- the center of one of the UNESCO world heritage sites.

  • 11.Rest day: Hvar

    In the morning we will set off on a cruise to the surroundings of the town of Hvar famous for its aromatic lavender fields. The town of Hvar is not only the ‘Sun Capital’ of Croatia, boasting with the highest number of sunshine hours per year, but also one of the most magnificent towns in the whole country. The green of the pine trees and the blue of the Adriatic Sea embrace the medieval town and offer many choices: a day at the beach, sitting in one of the numerous bars sipping your favorite cup of coffee and watching the harbor, or taking a boat ride and visiting the Paklini Islands.

    The city of Hvar is a unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage, and mundane, tourist present. Its name derives from the Greek name for island and town from 3rd century BC, that stood where today Stari Grad (Hvar became an island’s centre in 13th century) stands - PHAROS.

    Hvar Town is estimated to draw around 20,000 people a day in the high season. It’s odd that they can all fit in the small bay town, where 13th-century walls surround beautifully ornamented Gothic palaces and traffic-free marble streets, but fit they do. Visitors wander along the main square, explore the sights on the winding stone streets, swim on the numerous beaches or pop off to the Pakleni Islands to get into their birthday suits, but most of all they party at night.

    A decade ago, people had hardly heard of Hvar, now it’s tipped as “Croatia’s St Tropez”, a jet set playground that’s seen A-list celebrities flock to its shores a Prince Harry was papped in 2011 diving, fully-clothed, into a hotel pool, while Beyoncé revealed her baby bump for the first time at a Hvar beach club. In recent times it’s attracted a more camera-shy ilk of celeb (Gwyneth Paltrow and Ed Norton) who moor their yachts nearby and slink in unnoticed. Happy to follow in their footsteps, we wandered in to what looked like a modern-day Garden of Eden: lush fauna, palms, bold blooms, secluded pebbled shores and baby-blue bays.

    Hvar is a beautiful island so we'll spend the day exploring its treasures. It is also Croatia's sunniest island with only a few bad days a year, so we know you'll have fun relaxing in the numerous sandy beaches, strolling around the beautiful old town of Hvar, taking a boat trip or enjoying one of numerous restaurants in the town center.

  • 12.Hvar - Krka National Park - Zadar

    In the morning we will board a ferry to Split, another UNESCO heritage site on our route. It is a modern port co-existing alongside the preserved Roman ruins, their centerpiece being the well-preserved Diocletian's Palace. The vast structure, built by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the late 3rd and early 4th century following his abdication from the throne, proves that the ex-emperor did not waste his retirement days in vain. Our trail will take us to yet another town rich with historical edifices, the town of Trogir. We will then proceed to Primošten, a typical small Dalmatian town, and the Krka National Park with the biggest and most famous waterfalls in the Dalmatian region. In the evening we will reach the island Murter and stay and rest in the town Murter. This will be our starting point the next day.

  • 13.Rest day: Kornati

    This will be a rest day, but what a day it will be! We will visit the Kornati National Park by a private speed boat.

    Enchanted by the beauty of its landscape, the Nobel laureate George Bernard Shaw wrote: 'On the last day of the Creation, God desired to crown His work and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath'.

    The Kornati are the densest group of islands in the whole Mediterranean. It is an archipelago located in the area between the towns of Zadar and Sibenik and includes 89 islands, islets and cliffs occupying approximately 238 km of the coastline. Cruising on a ship will allow us to see the magnificent silvery islands rising from the clear blue sea. Although they might give the impression of coldness and appear as wasteland, a closer look will allow us to discover many forms of natural beauty: habitats of rare bird and plant species, as well as specific geological phenomena of vertical cliffs – the so called “crowns” that face the sea.

    Given the extraordinary beauty of 152 Kornati islands’ landscape, abundance of their natural bays and the rich sea flora and fauna, 89 of the islands were declared a national park in 1980.

    We will make our stop on one of the islands to enjoy a special lunch and it will be fish, of course.

  • 14.Murter - Cres

    After breakfast, and filled with the Kornati experience of the previous day, we will once again hit the road and stop in Zadar, another Dalmatian beauty with famous historic tales and world’s most beautiful sunsets. The curve of the coastline road will take us across the white island of Pag, home of the best ship cheese in the world. After changing a few ferries, we will land on the island of Cres, one of the most beautiful of the Adriatic islands with unforgettable landscape. A special dinner will be awaiting is in the small fishing port of Valun. After enjoying the delicious food and sipping excellent wine, we will have a good night’s rest.

  • 15.Cres - Rovinj - Zagreb

    The last day of our tour consists of an easy ride from the island of Cres to the Istrian peninsula where we will witness a change of landscape and explore the inland, the so-called Croatian Tuscany, filled with small old towns sitting on tops of numerous hills scattered around the peninsula: Boljun, Buzet, Motovun. After the inland, we will be getting back to the coast and enter the town of Rovinj, one of the most popular Istrian destination for tourists from all over the world. Let us quote CNN’s July 2014 Best World Romantic Summer Getaways by giving Rovinj number one place: “Dubrovnik gets lots of love, but we're smitten with the lesser-known city of Rovinj to the north. The terracotta rooftops, church steeples and winding cobblestoned streets of the medieval old city are set on a peninsula jutting into the Adriatic Sea, which provides the focus for the many alfresco cafés lining the waterfront.” We will enjoy a delicious traditional Istrian lunch and have a rest. In the early evening we will head towards Zagreb where we will enjoy a delicious goodbye dinner and have an opportunity to reminiscent, talk and share impressions.

  • 16.Flight home

    The farewell day: your departure time will determine the way we organize the day. There are several possibilities, Zagreb sightseeing being only one of them.

    To round up your stay, we will transfer you to the airport and wish you a nice and pleasant flight home with one final hope: that you had the time of your life with us and that you'll be coming back!

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› Tour length: 16 days / 14 riding days

› Starts / Ends: Croatia,

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro

› Dates available for 2016:

  • May 21 - June 6
  • August 20 - September 4

 

› Rest Days: 4 day (Sarajevo, Dubrovnik,
Hvar, Kornati Islands

› Mileage: approx 2600 km (1700 miles)

› Daily rides: 200 - 430 km (120 - 250 miles)

› Route surface: tarmac/asphalt

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  • 5 UNESCO WH Sites
  • Dubrovnik Finest
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