Croatia

Blue & Green Istria cycling

  • · LAND ONLY PRICE
    Please contact us!
  • · ACTIVITY LEVEL
    medium
  • · DURATION
    7 days / 6 nights
  • · HOLIDAY DETAILS
  • · 6 nights in boutique hotels with breakfast
  • · 6 picnic lunches
  • · 6 gourmet dinners
  • · guided with vehicle support
  • · 6 days cycling
  • · 1 wine tasting
  • · 1 olive oil tasting
  • · OPTIONAL
    Single Room Option Hybrid bike hire
  • · DEPARTURES
  • Upon request from May to October
  • · 12th - 18th June 2017
  • · TRIP EXTENSION
    Explore Venice or check our Cycling Highlights of Slovenia
Tour details
  • Discover Istrian peninsula with us, a Mediterranean pearl in the northwest of Croatia;

  • visit small medieval hilltop towns, that resemble Italian Tuscany;

  • Groznjan, a 1000 year old hilltop town, artists' nest and home of many galleries;

  • Buzet, a town worldwide know for its amazing truffles;

  • stop in the village of Hum, known as the smallest town in the world;

  • get seduced by the summer festival vibes in the town of Motovun and try some local pasta fuzi topped with the black gold;

  • stop for a stroll in Porec to see Byzantium mosaics, today a part of UNESCO's world cultural heritage;

  • Bale village is famous for its top quality virgin olive oil;

  • hop on a voyage to archipelago of Brioni islands, a former summer residence of the president Marshall Tito;

  • end in Rovinj, a beautifully preserved old Venetian town, the pearl of the Istrian peninsula.

Motovun, IstriaMotovun, Istria
Map and itinerary
  • 1
    Ljubljana Slovenia, transfer to Buje Croatia, bike Buje - Buzet
  • 2
    Buzet - Hum - Motovun
  • 3
    Motovun - Porec
  • 4
    Porec - Bale
  • 5
    Bale - Brioni islands NP - Pula - Bale
  • 6
    Bale - Rovinj, end of tour
 
The mountian scenery, the places we stayed and the food were all excellent.
Lou L., New York

However, what really made this trip truly outstanding were the two guides. They were friendly, bright, knowledgeable, patient & just fun to be with. It was obvious that they really enjoyed their work. I've done a lot of traveling and had some fine guides,