Riding a bike on old roads towards the sea is an attraction in itself. Remnants of history, bunkers from very old wars and villages on the road built in the 18th century, with unforgettable views
You're in Zadar, you've explored the excellent forum, St Donat Church, and the sea organ and looking to explore a little more of the Zadar Region. Grab your bike, jump on the ferry and head for Preko on Ugljan and take a two-wheel trip of Ugljan and Pasman.
The island of Pag is one of stunning contrasting landscapes, with the eastern side of the island dry rocky with very little vegetation in contrast to the green pastures of central Pag around Kolan, where you'll find sheep grazing and the famous Gligora Dairy and their world famous Paški cheese.
Croatia and its thousand plus islands are an extremely popular cycling vacation destination with most of the tourist activity on the islands of the Split-Dalmatia and Dubrovnik-Neretva counties, where you find the spectacular islands of Hvar, Brač, and Korčula. What if I told you that Zadar region, located in Northern Dalmatia, also has a highly developed network of cycle trails across most of its islands, and they are equally as impressive as those down South.
Is there anything better than drinking a great quality wine? Whether it be a light, refreshing Rose on a hot summers day, to a Plavac Mali when eating lamb baked under the peka, wine is magical.
Croatia is blessed with some spectacular landscapes most notably its idyllic islands, coastline and the crystal clear Adriatic sea. But the beauty goes beyond the coast and where you'll find rolling green hills, dramatic mountain ranges and some superb rivers and lakes.
The sound of a river is alluring, relaxing and in Croatia accompanied by small towns and historical treasures. Discover just a few rivers in Croatia that are perfect to explore on two wheels.