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Tours in Croatia


Are you looking for an incredible bike tour in Europe? There is something magical in Istria, the largest Croatian peninsula, immersed in the blue of the Adriatic. Its green forests, historic hilltop towns, vineyards, olive groves and gentle rivers are a perfect combination of the beauty of nature, history and culture. When you add to this the seductive tastes of excellent Istrian wines, you just know that this is an area which offers you everything you need. Enjoy an easy bike ride and explore Istria, passing through the hidden medieval towns of Gronjan, Oprtalj, Motovun, and the former Roman colony of Poreè whose charm will leave you breathless. Passing through a landscape of hills framed by rivers, with forests, vineyards and olive groves, you’ ll enjoy every moment. Take a break at the winemakers and taste indigenous wines such as Malvasia and Teran, treat yourself to tasty delicacies and experience all the charms of Istria, this exciting Croatian wine region.

Istria, Croatia’s largest peninsula, is a cycling paradise where the azure Adriatic meets a verdant hinterland. This heart-shaped region boasts a rich tapestry of landscapes, from the sun-kissed coastlines and hilltop medieval towns to its rolling vineyards and olive groves. Cyclists are welcomed by the allure of its ancient Roman ruins, Venetian-era facades, and the truffle-scented forests. As you pedal through Istria’s undulating terrains, you’ll be mesmerized by the harmonious blend of Italian and Slavic influences, evident in its architecture, cuisine, and culture. The Parenzana, a historic railway line turned cycling trail, offers a breathtaking journey through tunnels, over bridges, and into the heart of Istria’s rustic charm. Post-ride, indulge in a glass of Malvasia wine or savor the flavors of a traditional Istrian stew. Cycling in Istria is a journey through time, taste, and unparalleled beauty.

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The Beaches

White pebbles, crystal clear aquamarine water, hidden coves with rocks and fig and olive trees… these are the beaches that put Croatia on the map.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

This is Croatia’s most popular national park and, many claim, Europe’s most breathtaking natural wonder. Sixteen electric blue Plitvice Lakes inhabit a forested canyon, interconnected by stunning waterfalls, and easy-to-hike boardwalks and trails.


They call it the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. The walled, seaside Dubrovnik seems to have it all: centuries-old forts surrounding an enormous, picturesque Old Town, scenic wall walks with dazzling views of the cliffs and sea, as well as its famous collection of baroque buildings on marble streets. Dubrovnik is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and the iconic view is at the top of a cable car ride to the peak of Mount Srd.

You can also find your Corsica tour, your Guadeloupe bike tour or your Italy bike tour.