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    From Split to Dubrovnik, The Mediterranean as it once was


                                                       
    Two islands, a bit of coastline, Cetina river canyon which lead to Adriatic sea, and riding on slopes of highest mountain in Dalmatia. A mixture of typical small, old towns, fields of lavender and olive plants, vineyards. Incredible tour full of views, scents and tastes of Dalmatia. Experience that recounts.
                                                                                     


    Itinerary: 

    Day 1: Transfer to the nearby town of Trogir. One of the best preserved old Dalmatian cities will be your host for the first night and be the best hint of the week that follows.

    Day 2: Transfer to Omiš, a coastal city situated on estuary of river Cetina to Adriatic sea. The road will take you through canyon of river Cetina and across hillside of the biggest mountain in Dalmatia - Biokovo, leading to well known touristic centre Makarska.

    Day 3: A day for an island. Brač is the biggest dalmatian island world wide known of its specific stone - white rock that almost all places on island are built on. Throughout the road you will be exposed to a view across the sea - mainland, Split and Biokovo. Dalmatian metropolis, Split, is the place where you will spend an evening.

    Day 4: The ferry will take you from Split to island Korčula. Back in old times the Greek's named this island Korkyra Nigra - island is reach of thick mediterranean wood. You will spend a night in a lovely place of Brna, hotel situated just next to the sea..

    Day 5: The second day of Korčula you will visit Korčula city popularly called "little Dubrovnik". Korčula has a long maritime tradition and Marco Polo is the most popular sailor from there. The old city of Korčula is full of small authentic restaurants that offer rich touristic and gastronomic delights.

    Day 6: Ferry will take you just across Korčula to Pelješac peninsula. Riding up to an inland you will come to Potomje - the most famous wine-growing area of Dingač. Beautifully road with panoramic view will take you through vineyard to final point on Peninsula - small city of Ston that back in history used to be a boarder of Dubrovačka Republika.

    Day 7: On your last day you will bike on the road from Ston to Dubrovnik, sea view all the way. You will pass scattered islets called Elafiti and in Trsteno you can visit one of the oldest arboretum in this area. The highlight of this day is Dubrovnik, city that will, no doubt, excite you.

    Day 8: Breakfast and airport transfer. 


    Duration:8 days   Type:BACKROAD Guided   Technical & phisical level:Medium/Hard  Size of the group:4-16   


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