The Dalmatian Coast - Split to Dubrovnik

With its clean, clear waters, constant warm sunshine and unspoiled beaches, the Dalmatian Coast offers adventure travelers the island-hopping holiday with a difference. Having resisted the growing trend of overdevelopment, the islands and mainland coast have somewhat miraculously retained their natural beauty, with quaint villages set among olive groves and vineyards with mountains creating a spectacular backdrop. All along this coastline some 1,200 separate islands cluster close to the mainland as it stretches south. The result is a one of Europe’s most spectacular coastlines.

Price from : 2040€
Region : Croatia
Duration : 7 Days / 6 Nights
Level :
Type : On the way
Category : Biking
Trip : Self-guided
Activity : Hybrid
Dates : Starts any day

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Day 1 :   Arrive in Split

Today you will arrive at Split, the second-largest city in Croatia. Enjoy the day exploring the city and orientation will be held in the evening. Split is a great place to see Dalmatian life as it’s really lived. Always buzzing, this exuberant city has just the right balance of tradition and modernity. Step inside Diocletian’s Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments) and you’ll see dozens of bars, restaurants and shops thriving amid the atmospheric old walls where Split life has been going on for thousands of years. Enjoy the day. If you arrive early enough, there is an optional warm-up ride. You’ll have a short transfer to the outskirts of Split where you will start your cycling. We can provide a transfer from the Split Airport to the first hotel for an additional fee.

Day 2 :   Split transfer by ferry to Island of Brac

Distance 1 : 22 Miles - 36 Km 
Elevation gain 1 : 634 Meters 

In the morning you will depart from the Split ferry port to the island of Brač (ferry fee included in tour rate), the biggest island in Croatia with the highest summit, St. Vid hill. Beautiful landscape, but hilly roads will be a real challenge for anyone. Stone from Brač represents the soul of the island and some very famous buildings made from it include the UNESCO protected heritage – Diocletian Palace, the White House in Washington and the Pope's alter in the Vatican. You have lunch in one of the local restaurants with domestic food called “konoba”. In the afternoon you will take a ferry back to Split.

Day 3 :   Stari Grad to Hvar

Option 1 : 12 Miles - 20 Km  Option 2 : 31 Miles - 50 Km 
Elevation gain 1 : 438 Meters  Elevation gain 2 : 696 Meters 

Today you will bike from the town of Stari Grad and finish riding in the town of Hvar. The island of Korčula, the Hvar name derives from the Greek Pharos. Previously Hvar was under Venetian influence which can be seen in the picturesque architecture of the town. On your ride you will see lavender farms as well as olive trees typical of the landscape of Mediterranean islands. Spend the afternoon exploring Hvar and enjoying the beautiful promenade and restaurants. (ferry transfers are included).

Day 4 :   Hvar (Transfers Boat) to Korcula

Distance 1 : 34 Miles - 55 Km 
Elevation gain 1 : 787 Meters 

In morning you will take a speed boat from Hvar to Vela Luka on Korčula Island. You will bike from west to the east of the island (Vela Luka to Korčula) and will discover the whole island by bike. Many small villages with wonderful vineyards and olive trees will follow you until you reach town of Korčula. During the ride = you will pass through the lush forests of holm oak and Mediterranean pines. This is the reason why Greeks in 4th century BC named the island Korkyra Melaina or Dark Korčula. Enjoy exploring the the town of Korčula in the afternoon.

Day 5 :   Loop tour on the island of Korcula

Option 1 : 16 Miles - 26 Km  Option 2 : 25 Miles - 40 Km 
Elevation gain 1 : 315 Meters  Elevation gain 2 : 570 Meters 

Today you will do a loop tour from Korčula. In Lumbarda you will have opportunity to try some of the best wines from the island at local wineries. After you finish riding, you stay in Korčula again, which is the birthplace of the famous traveler Marco Polo. You can visit Marco Polo's exhibition in the center of town. Korčula is well known by the mock battle dance (Moreška) with each soldier holding two swords. It is traditionally performed on July 29 (St. Theodore's Day) and weekly during the summer. The dance is performed only by males from local Korčula families.

Day 6 :   Korkula to Dubrovnik

Distance 1 : 35 Miles - 57 Km 
Elevation gain 1 : 897 Meters 

Today you start your ride on the Pelješac Peninsula. From Orebić towards Ston you will have beautiful views over the islands of Korčula and Mljet. With a long history of wine producing, you will have opportunities to taste some of the best Croatian wines such as Dingač and Postup. At the end of your ride you will arrive at the town of Ston where they produce salt for Dubrovnik Republic. In the 14th century they built a 5 kilometers long wall as part of the fortification of Dubrovnik Republic. From Ston you will be transferred towards Dubrovnik for the night.

Day 7 :   Departure from Dubrovnik

Today is departure day, you can take your time getting started in the morning, have breakfast and depart at your leisure from Dubrovnik. According to your program, we can arrange accommodations and transportation.

Average / Day : Distance : 40.57 Km / 25.00 Miles - Elevation gain : 619.57 Meters

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Day : 1, 2

Set within the fortifications of Diocletian's palace, this refined hotel is housed in a centuries-old building. It is 1 minute's walk from the port and 8 minutes from the train station. Casual-style rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV. Some rooms have exposed brick walls and the superior rooms also have a terrace.

Day : 3

Villa Nora Hvar is a new hotel situated in the middle of Hvar old town. The ancient Palace, built in the 14th century, once the rich and magnificent residence of the aristocratic family Gazzari, has been now completely restored as the elegant and refined Hotel Villa Nora, one of the most beautiful in Dalmatia. Villa Nora is located in the city center, next to the main square - the largest square in Dalmatia, a 2 minute walk from the harbor and the bus station, close to famous restaurants, shops, vibrant nightlife and all major attractions and sights.

Day : 4, 5

If you are looking for an amazing location close to a town and cannot imagine a holiday without the pleasures of a wellness centre, then you must visit the Marko Polo Hotel. Named after one of the best-known seamen from Korčula, the hotel is an ideal haven for world travellers. Located on a hill above the sea and natural beaches, it will present you with a unique view of the Renaissance town of Korčula which is a 10-minute walk away from the hotel. If you are looking for an original venue for conferences, trainings or seminars, in addition to the fully equipped conference halls, Marko Polo offers a series of possibilities to choose from.

Day : 6

Hotel Perla is situated in the heart of the pedestrian parkway in the lovely Lapad Bay, only 3 km from the historical centre of the City of Dubrovnik. A very good bus connection makes the Old City only a 10 min ride from our hotel, and a bus stop is only 2 minutes of easy walk away. The most popular Dubrovnik’s sandy beach in Lapad Bay is only 100 m away from the Hotel Perla and nearby you can also find tennis courts, post office, bank, pharmacy, shopping centre and much more.Our hotel features a lovely restaurant located on the Lapad Bay promenade providing a great view and pleasant atmosphere.

Bikes available for your tour

The characteristics of this bike are presented as an example and are not guaranteed
Please note that any bike changes during the trip may incur an extra fee.

Hybrid bike - Standard
MUSING TWINROAD LITE - ( or equivalent)

Combining the advantages of a mountain and road bike, the Musing Twinroad Lite is a dream for trekking or commuting. With a bump-dampening suspension fork, racks, and powerful V-brakes, it has all of the refinements that a trekking bike should.



GPS are included on most of our tours since 2008. We change the units every 2 years and always invest in the best models. Simple to use, easy to read, yet sophisticated devices they are available on all of our tours. The routes described in your roadbook are stored as tracks in the GPS unit. You simply have to follow the line shown on the GPS, and enjoy. 1 GPS for every 1-3 people


Our roadbooks are complete packages of information that will help you to guide yourself through the itinerary that we have planned and laid out. We have invested significant time and incorporated the feedback of our customers over many years (since 1997!) to make our roadbooks even better. Our roadbooks include: color maps, highlighted routes, touristic information, orientation points to reach hotels, and easy to follow step by step directions (cue-sheets). Please note that for custom itineraries you will not have cue sheets. Only maps and GPS routes.


Our Travelbooks are complete packages of information that will help you to guide yourself through the itinerary that we have planned and laid out. You will find information about the hotels, itinerary, regional informations...

Daily Elevation Profiles
Average / Day : Distance : 40.57 Km / 25.00 Miles - Elevation gain : 619.57 Meters
Day 2 :   Split transfer by ferry to Island of Brac

Option 1: 22 Miles - 36 Km  Elevation gain 1 : 634 Meters 

Day 3 :   Stari Grad to Hvar

Option 1: 12 Miles - 20 Km  Elevation gain 1 : 438 Meters 

Option 2: 31 Miles - 50 Km  Elevation gain 2 : 696 Meters 

Day 4 :   Hvar (Transfers Boat) to Korcula

Option 1: 34 Miles - 55 Km  Elevation gain 1 : 787 Meters 

Day 5 :   Loop tour on the island of Korcula

Option 1: 16 Miles - 26 Km  Elevation gain 1 : 315 Meters 

Day 6 :   Korkula to Dubrovnik

Option 1: 35 Miles - 57 Km  Elevation gain 1 : 897 Meters 


  • 6 nights of accommodation in superior hotels of charm with private shower and/or bath
  • Daily breakfast at each hotel.
  • Hybrid bike rental included
  • Ferry to Brač included
  • Orientation in person with our local guide
  • Detailed ROAD BOOK, including details maps, touristic information, step by step itinerary and cue sheets
  • 1 GPS for every 1-3 people
  • All luggage transfers
  • Comprehensive trip literature
  • Technical and emergency support available at all times

What's not included

  • Dinners
  • Airfare to and from the trip
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Drinks
  • Some meals are not included in each destination, which gives you the opportunity to explore regional cuisine on your own. You will find all information needed with our team support in your roadbook.

Informations & Recommendations

Arrival to the Split Airport and transfer to the fist hotel on your own (about 30 min by taxi or 45 min bus).

The tour finishes in Dubrovnik where you can catch an international flight.

Tour rates

Contact our tour consultants for more information and an exact rate based upon your travel dates.

Price from* & per person Double occupancy Single supplement
(traveling with a group)
Solo traveler
(traveling alone)
Standard 2040 € 420 € 3440 €
*Rates vary according to hotel availability and specific start date. Please contact us for triple room rates


GPS Included
Biking Roadbook Included
Travelbook Included

Bikes available

Bikes available Options per person
Hybrid Bike Rental
    Standard Included
Road Bike Rental
    Standard 60 €
Electric assist bike
    Standard 100 €

Please note that any bike changes during the trip may incur an extra fee.
Bot scann is mandatory