Cycle the Dalmatia Tour – from Split to Dubrovnik – with Cycling Croatia

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From fishmarkets to Egyptian sphinx, lavender fields and olive groves to island hopping in a private boat – this cycling tour is a holiday that will stay with you for life.

Cycling Croatia run tours for all levels of cyclist – from fairweather to competitive – and the Dalmatia tour runs in small groups from May to September 2014.

The seven day tour starts in Split and you’ll be met by your guides and pick up your wheels for the week – a choice of top spec hybrid bike – and explore the historic town before a sociable welcome dinner.

After soaking up Split’s culture of temples and palaces, you’ll cycle to the island of Hvar and stay overnight in one of the many boutique hotels the tour boasts.

Ride around the island, indulge in incredible local cuisine and wine from vineyards you will cycle past, breathe in the aromas of rosemary gardens and pine forests, take a dip in the clear blue Adriatic sea –  and pack in some serious hill climbs and descents!

The tour takes in Korcula, Peninsula Peljesac and finishes in Dubrovnik – with a farewell dinner in this beautiful gothic city.

Cycling Croatia tours include everything except flights – hotels, transfers, meals, entry to attractions (full details on the website) and budget airlines fly to the pickup and finish destinations.

Book before the end of Feb 2014 and you’ll get a 10% discount – plus a free tshirt and water bottle!

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MEDIA: we have images and itineraries for all the Cycling Croatia tours and will be running press trips later this yaer. Please do get in touch if this is something you think you are able to cover. We can also offer competition prizes –


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