Motorcycle Special Tour

Motorcycle Tours in Croatia





Day 1: SPLIT

Arrive in Split where you will be collected from the airport and transferred to your hotel. Hand over of motorcycles. Take a short ride to the island of Ciovo where you can visit the monastery built into a cliff. Then visit Trogir, an ancient city dating back to 3000 BC, now also a UNESCO Heritage site and romantic renaissance town on the Adriatic. Enjoy dinner in a local restaurant. (D)



After breakfast, ride up the mountain to Trilj where you can visit a 600-year old mill. Ride through the forest and follow a stream to its source. Enjoy dinner in a ‘Flintstone’ restaurant. Return to Split for overnight. (B;D)




After breakfast, ride through the mountains to Rogoznica, a lazy seaside village where you can enjoy lunch overlooking the sea. Ride further up the coast to Sibenik and visit the Krka National Park, a series a waterfalls set in a beautiful forest. Return to Split via Vodice, a lively seaside tourist resort. Overnight in Split (B;D)




11215843_10153405142593815_8388814048302654538_nSpend the morning touring the ancient city of Split, Croatia’s second largest city and the most vibrant city on the coast. Visit the bustling market place and stroll through the narrow streets stopping to enjoy a cappuccino in one of the many café bars. Later, take the ferry to Supetar on the island of Brac and explore the island stopping in at various seaside villages, as well as the beach at Bol which changes shape according to the wind. Brac is known as the marble island. The stone from this island was used to build structures around the world including the White House in Washington DC; the Reichstag in Berlin and the high alter in Liverpool’s Catholic Cathedral. Return to Split for overnight. (B;D)


11694117_10153420263968815_4634406554155439677_nTake the morning ferry to Vela Luka on the island of Korcula, birthplace of Marco Polo. This island, the 6th largest in the Adriatic, was first discovered in 6th century BC. Ride the length of the island to Korcula town, enjoying the spectacular view of mountain and sea along the way. Overnight on Korcula. (B; D)




12108847_10153609984458815_843197586124195279_nAfter breakfast, take the ferry back to the mainland and ride down the coast to Dubrovnik, known as the jewel of the Adriatic. Stop at a local winery and sample some of the best wine in Croatia. Continue your ride to Dubrovnik. Spend some time enjoying this fascinating city. Walk around the walls of this medieval city, regarded as one of the most beautiful walks in the world. Dubrovnik is a treasure trove of museums, palaces and churches and with wonderful restaurants as well, this city is a wellspring of activity. Travel to Trpanj for overnight. (B;D)


12341453_132876170414101_35067622380164459_nLeave early morning and take a scenic drive along the coastline to Tucepi. From there, turn onto mountain road and climb the Biokovo mountain range to Sveti Jure, the highest point in Dalmatia, where you can enjoy the panoramic views over the Adriatic as well as inland Croatia. Travel through old villages and along the Cetina River, site of the Burt Reynolds’ film ‘Deliverance’. Farewell dinner at local restaurant. Return to Split for overnight. (B; D)

Day 8: SPLIT

12321625_137214259980292_355011304658072890_nMorning at leisure in Split to enjoy this medieval city. Visit the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian and shop for last minute bargains in the market place. Experience the view of the city from Vide Lice. Return motorcycles and transfer to airport in time for your flight home. (B)




  • Rider: 1050.00
  • Pillion: 795.00


  • Price is per person sharing.
  • Single supplement €105
  • Price is based on accommodation availability.
  • 50% deposit is required to secure booking. Balance is required 30 days prior to arrival.

Price Includes:

  • Transfer to and from Split airport
  • Accommodation for 7 nights
  • Motor vehicle hire for 7 days
  • Tour Guide

Price Excludes:

  • Airfare
  • Visa costs (if necessary)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Vehicle Insurance
  • Meals and beverages
  • Fuel
  • Ferry tickets
  • Entrance fees to national parks
  • Items of a personal nature

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