Dalmatia

Dalmatia, Croatia

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At a glance

Dalmatia, on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, is known for its beautiful coastline with islands, reefs, and bays, as well as its mountainous inland terrain. From the evergreens along the coast, across the fertile plains and to the rocky Alps, the landscape here is diverse and majestic.

The region’s rich history can be found in its historical cities with ancient ruins. Dalmatia’s rich and varied cuisine is flavored with regional spices, honey, and herbs, making for delightful meals at the end of a day’s cycling.

Why cyclists love it

Cycling has been popular in Croatia for more than a century because it was once the quickest means of transport across the rugged terrain. Today, cycling remains popular for tourists to Croatia as an easy and active way to see the beautiful countryside.

Cycle tours in Dalmatia are of varying difficulty and are good for families with children, first-timers, or advanced cyclists looking for a challenge. There are also tours for those interested in road biking or mountain biking. Some bicycle tours in Dalmatia include lodging on boats, which is a great way to see what islands have to offer or to speed your way along the coast. You can cycle in national parks and historic villages during the day and meet your “floating hotel” at the end of the day.

Summers are long and a great time to take advantage of sunshine and good weather in Dalmatia—with plenty of chances to jump in the sea. Late spring and early autumn also offer fine cycling in a moderate climate.

Top tours

National Parks of Dalmatia by Bike and Boat
Spend a week on a ship, cruising between mainland and islands on this bike and boat tour. Good cuisine and knowledgeable tour guides are awaiting you. You will cycle in two national parks and on the islands of Central Dalmatia.
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South Dalmatia by Bike and Boat
On this bike and boat tour in Southern Dalmatia, you’ll experience the beautiful island of Korcula with its picturesque old township, the wine-growing peninsula of Peljesac and the island of Mljet, with its impressive national park. You’ll also visit the UNESCO towns of Trogir, Hvar, Stari Grad and Korcula.
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