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Trip Highlights
  • Explore the traditional Old Town of Dubrovnik renowned for its 16th century walls
  • Islands off the coast of Dubrovnik, hidden gems of the area
  • Adriatic landscape made up of quaint villages and stunning coastline
  • Beautiful countryside with picturesque olive groves and vineyards
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Self Guided Cycling in Dubrovnik

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What we love About Self Guided Cycling in Dubrovnik

We love...Traditional Architecture
Dubrovnik's beautiful old town is a unique place to explore with picturesque buildings and stunning scenery everywhere you look. The white limestone streets intertwine through the exquisite city and provide the ideal, relaxing holiday destination.
We love...The Views
As you look out over the stunning Adriatic Coast you will be treated to exceptional views as far as the eye can see. The small islands dotted around Dubrovnik add to the scenic area and are worth exploring during your stay.
We love...Rich Culture
You will get a taste for the fascinating history of the area as you visit the many small but charming villages surrounding Dubrovnik including Babine and Soline. The spectacular churches and cathedrals emphasise the traditions and rich cultures than encompasses the area.

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Day by Day

Day 1Arrive in Dubrovnik

Upon arrival, you will be transported from Dubrovnik to the beautiful Konavle, where you can enjoy a warm up ride in the stunning Konavle valley.

Day 2Konavle Countryside
Total distance55km

​Today you will see rural Croatia as you cycle through Dubrovnik’s farming area. Following the valley and river Ljuta, you will pass through the village of Zvekovica en route to Konavle’s countryside, where you will spend the night.

Day 3Peljesac to Korcula
Total distance52km

It’s time to leave Konavle and travel to the Peljesac peninsula and onto the beautiful island of Korcula, a Croatian gem and their vineyard capital. How you get there is entirely up to you. Those who wish to cycle can, whilst for those who fancy a day off the bikes, there will be a transfer provided.

Day 4Korcula Loop Ride
Total distance40km

Today you have the opportunity to see the sights of Korcula, which includes the Old Town, Cathedral and the house of Marco Polo. This circular route begins in the village of Lumbarda and finishes in Korcula town. After taking in the attractions, you will cycle along a peaceful coastal road, leading youto the picturesque bay of Racisce.

Day 5Korcula to Mljet National Park
Total distance30km

We’ll take a short ferry (around 30 minutes) to Mljet, renowned for its national protected area, salt lakes and historical monuments. Today’s cycling will start from either Pomena or Polance, two small towns located on the outskirts of the national park. The route leads us past Mljet’s famous salt lakes and through small villages such as Babine, Kuce and Soline.

Day 6Mljet to Dubrovnik

Today you’ll take the ferry back to Dubrovnik, where a chauffeur will be waiting to take you to tonight’s accommodation. You will have the afternoon free to explore Dubrovnik and enjoy a walking tour in the historical centre courtesy of a local guide.

Day 7Sipan Island
Total distance20km

Today you leave Dubrovnik for a day trip to Elafite Island Sipan. First you’ll cycle from the hotel to port Gruz and take the transfer to Sipan. Your final ride of the trip will be chilled and combine sightseeing with time to relax on this tranquil  and well preserved island. You’ll pass true Mediterranean landscapes of olive fields and vineyards leading up to a small harbour in Luka, on the west side of the island. You’ll see old churches, pine forests and summer residential palaces, from the days when Island Sipan was formally a place of residence for the patricians of Dubrovnik. Take a ferry back to Dubrovnik.

Day 8Departure

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at the hotel before getting a transfer to the airport for your homeward travel. Alternatively, we can arrange a transfer to another address or for you to extend your holiday for a few extra days.

Key Stats

8day holiday
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41km avg
Expect to ride an average of 41km per day

How's the Weather? in Dubrovnik

The SpringMarch to May
Dubrovnik generally has a mild climate so Spring is a very pleasant time to ride, especially as you move through April into May. Temperatures are not sweltering and the summer crowds have not descended.
The SummerJune to August
The summer is hot and you're likely to experience good weather with warm temperatures. July & August are exceptionally warm and you are likely to want to ride early and stay out of the midday sun.
The AutumnSeptember to November
September is a great time to visit Croatia as temperatures drop from the stifling summer heat. Cycling will be hugely enjoyable in the early Autumn. November has the most rainfall so plan your trip to be home before then.
The WinterDecember to February
The winter is best avoided for cycling in the Istria Peninsula as you're likely to experience cold weather and rain.

Area InformationFor Dubrovnik

Explore this beautiful and complex country by bicycle and discover numerous hidden gems. Take in the magnificent beauty of this country and cycle through small villages, along lakes and up hills. Immerse yourself in the Croatian culture and have a true Mediterranean experience in a country rich in history.

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