Day 1: Arrival
Meet at Dubrovnik airport transfer to Hotel in Dubrovnik. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure. In the evening, share dinner with the group and have an introduction to the trip.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 2: Dubrovnik – Herceg Novi (through Bosnian territory) (40 miles/65 km)
After breakfast in the hotel, take a short transfer to outside town to start your cycling tour. Ride toward the border with Bosnia-Hercegovina and the town, Trebinje. You'll cycle through the hilly part of the Bosnia-Montenegro-Croatia triangle toward Herceg Novi on the Montenegro coast.
Overnight in/near Herceg Novi.
Day 3: Montenegro coast, Herceg Novi – Kotor (31 miles/50 km)
Today you'll cycle along the coastal area of Boka bay (Montenegro fjord) to the town of Kotor. Today's ride is mainly on flat terrain. We follow the road along the bay of Kotor, through medieval, historical towns. After a short stop in Kotor, we continue to our hotel.
Overnight in Kotor.
Day 4: Montenegro – Croatia (43 miles/70 km)
After breakfast, we continue with a bike ride along the bay to cross the border into Croatia. Once we cross the border, we'll ride through Konavle countryside, a very picturesque area between mountains and the Adriatic sea. Arrive to Cavtat/Konavle in the afternoon and enjoy some free time to explore this medieval town on your own.
Overnight in Cavtat/Konavle.
Day 5: Croatia – Bosnia-Herzegovina (35 miles/57 km)
After breakfast, we start riding from the coastal town Cavtat to a hilly part of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Once we cross the border in Ivanica, we continue our ride on the old railroad track along the valley of Popovo polje and the river Trebisnjica.
This area was a war zone in the 1990s, and there is still evidence along the route of those days. Besides interesting historical facts, this part of the road has very beauty and different landscape than the coastal area. Arrive to the small village of Zavala/Ravno in the afternoon and enjoy some free time to explore.
Overnight in Zavala/Ravno.
Day 6: Zavala – Ston (25 miles/40 km)
Today we cycle along the valley and rural areas in Herzegovina toward the border of Croatia, the peninsula Peljesac, and the town of Ston. This area is famous for a few things: town Ston is a medieval walled town with the longest city walls in Europe. It is the first town in the Peljesac peninsula where they produced excellent red wines, and around the town of Ston there are bays with oysters and mussels farms. Today's ride is one of the shortest, but it is hilly riding with nice climbs and downhills. Arrive to Ston, and consider a possible oyster tasting and sailing trip to the oyster farms.
Overnight in Ston.
Day 7: Ston – Orebic (Korcula), plus shuttle to Dubrovnik (37 miles/60 km)
Cycling along the Peljesac peninsula is one of the most scenic bike rides on the Mediterranean. Ride along nice roads with spectacular views to the islands and open sea, scenic roads through vineyards and through old villages in hidden bays. The bike ride finishes in Orebic around lunch time. During the afternoon, we provide a shuttle (minibus) to Dubrovnik, arriving in Dubrovnik in the evening hours.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Day 8: Departure day
Breakfast in the hotel and shuttle to Dubrovnik airport.