Finishing the walk on a ‘high’ in Dubrovnik Finishing the walk on a ‘high’ in Dubrovnik

Split to Dubrovnik: hike or bike

The Split to Dubrovnik (or vice versa) Bike & Boat tour has been one of Cycling Europe’s most popular routes, says director Jill Grant.


‘The lure of cruising and biking between two great UNESCO World Heritage sites, through the islands in between, swimming, sunbathing, relaxing and exploring historical harbour towns has been like magnet to metal,’ Grant adds. ‘In 2020 walkers will get to experience the attractive route on an eight-day seven-night, self-guided walking tour, Split to Dubrovnik. ‘The route visits the popular islands of Hvar and Korcula, and less-known Mljet and Sipan, with well-planned walks on each. Ferry tickets and transfers are included. There are two categories of accommodation offered and extra nights can be added. The grade is moderate with a few ups and downs.’ Grant says walks average four to five hours so there is plenty of time to swim and soak up the atmosphere and culture of typical Croatian island lifestyle.

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