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Islands. UNESCO towns. Crystal clear sea.

Croatia is blessed with a myriad of striking natural scenery as well as diverse cultural heritage, thanks to its position between the Balkans, Central Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. Bordering Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia represents a cultural and geographic crossroads. There are extensive plains in the continental region, mountainous areas in the centre (Lika and Gorski Kotar), and in the west and south, a long, indented, sunny coastline with over a thousand islands (Istria and Dalmatia). Country has 11 Natural parks, 8 National parks and 2 strict nature reserves. 10 properties are inscribed on the UNESCO heritage list.

With a thousand sparsely populated islands dotted along its 5.835 km (3.625 miles) length, islands are included, Croatia’s coastline is among the most beautiful in the world. Cruise and cycle the Dalmatian and Istrian archipelagos, touring luscious, fertile countryside and picture-postcard villages. Stay on slick motor yachts or polished sail boats and be dazzled by dramatic after-dinner sunsets as you relax on deck. Extend your holiday in Croatia with extra nights in Poreč, Rovinj, Dubrovnik or Hvar and explore Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic architecture or just relax and enjoy the laid-back Croat lifestyle and taste some of the famous Croatian vine, cheese, home-made pasta with truffles or fresh fish in a local restaurant.  For more information regarding your cycling holidays, please get in touch with us: We are always happy to answer any of your questions. 

Self-Guided Tour.

Experience 3 countries in a week, cycling from the islands of Venice and past the golden beaches,
vineyards and historic towns of Slovenia, to reach Croatia’s Istrian Peninsula. With easy cycling and so
much variety, Venice to Porec is the ultimate cycling experience. Start off with a vaporetto ride
(ferry) in Venice before following the coastline to colourful towns and pretty piazzas, stopping off on
route to swim in the Adriatic.
As you ride across green plains and pedal towards the Julian Alps, you’ll pass blue lagoons and
sparkling rivers, Roman towns and historic fishing huts, plus one of Northern Italy’s most important
archaeological ruins. Slovenia’s top beach resorts, historic salt mines and wildlife rich wetlands are
something to look forward to towards the end of the tour and the Croatian town of Porec is a lively
place to finish – don’t be surprised if you’re tempted to stay longer.

Day 1: Venice / Mestre / Treviso
Day 2: Venice – Jesolo Distance: 40 km (24,8 miles).
Day 3: Jesolo – Portogruaro Distance: 60 km (37,3 miles).
Day 4: Portogruaro – Palmanova Distance: 60 km (37,3 miles).
Day 5: Palmanova – Trieste. Distance: 70 km (43,5 miles).
Day 6: Trst – Koper - Izola – Piran – Portorož. Distance: 45 km (28 miles).
Day 7: Portorož – Poreč. Distance: 55 km (34,2 miles).
Day 8: Poreč


Exploremore d.o.o.
Ul. Gradnikove brigade 6
5000 Nova Gorica


Cycling Holidays by Exploremore
M +386 30 374 910

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