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    Mountain Bike Paradise on Croatian Islands


                                                       
    Although 'no man is an island', it can be heaven to be on one! Or even better, on 3 - experience Brac, Hvar and Vis. Mass commercialisation passed these islands by. They’re covered with paths, single tracks, macadam roads and hiking trails. Visit before everybody else discovers them.
                                                                                     


    Itinerary: 

    Day 1: Arrive in Split. Transfer to ferry port and catch ferry to island of Vis. Dinner in an authentic restaurant with traditional Croatian food and wine. Overnight.

    Day 2: Riding on Vis island. Vis possesses a unique blend of rugged isolation, and small island charm. It is sparsely populated with numerous paths and tracks that define Vis as an ideal destination for mountain biking.

    Day 3: Riding on island Vis & island Bisevo. Bisevo is probably the smallest island you will ever ride on. Only 10 people live there, and it offers a unique opportunity to explore a place where civilisation hasn’t come yet.

    Day 4: We move to Hvar island, one of the most famous of all Adriatic islands. We ride from southern to northern part.

    Day 5: We move to Brač island. Climb Vidova Gora (778m above sea level) , the highest mountain on the Adriatic islands. Finish on Zlatni Rat, a famous beach renowned for changing its shape depending on the tidal and wind conditions.

    Day 6: Continue riding on Brač, but this time on the northern part, viewing the coast and mountains. Pass charming places and enjoy local food and wine.

    Day 7: Riding on Brač to Supetar where we will take the ferry to Split. Overnight in Split.

    Day 8: Breakfast and airport transfer. 


    Duration8 days   Type: MTB Guided   Technical & phisical level: Medium/Hard  Size of the group: 4-16   


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