The Tportal blogger Dražen Breitenfeld experienced all the joy of pedalling along unreal routes of the Makarska Riviera, Biokovo and St. Jure peak. From taking in the sun at 1.763 metres to discovering forts, lookouts and mountain water sources
Korčula is an island paradise located in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and thought to be the birthplace of the explorer Marco Polo. This charming island is steeped in history, spectacular beaches, charming towns and has some sensational wines. The best part is Korčula is also a fabulous cycling destination with cool country lanes, trails, and both on and off road routes zig-zagging the entire island.
Have you ever cycled on an island? There is something special about riding on an island that I can't quite put my finger on. I'm not sure if it's the fewer cars, less noise, the rapidly changing landscapes or just the fresh sea air.
Croatia has many great riding destinations and lot's of mountainous terrain with the Dinaric Alps dissecting the country. This makes for some challenging cycling sure to test your ability.
There are over 1000 islands in Croatia and we think one of the best ways to explore them is on two wheels. The Kvarner region has many stunning islands dotted throughout its waters but where is the best place to take a cycling vacation?
Šibenik-Knin County sits in the north-central part of Dalmatia with Šibenik being the largest city in the county. This region has a staggering 242 islands and boasts two national parks, Kornati, and Krka and has over 400 km of bike routes intersecting the county taking cyclists to Šibenik-Knins best sites.