City bike tour is unique way to explore and visit our 1700 old city, Diocletian palace, Marjan hill and all of its natural beauty. Meeting with guide on Riva, tour starts at 08:00 till 10:30 what depends on speed of group and their requirements! City bicycle tour can be arranged with city bikes or MTB as per individual wish of our customers.
South route Tour
About this route
Route length:10 km Difficulty:moderate Surface:mostly paved, partly grave
The starting point of this route is St. Francis church situated at the end of the
We cycle ahead using the main paved road along thecoastline. We pass by Meštović gallery and museum of Croatian archeological monuments. After about 15-20 minutes we reach the point where the route starts going uphill. This is a no car zone. Going uphill offers beautiful view to the nearby islands, the mountains and the Adriatic sea where you can see one of the most popular south side beach called Kašuni. Along the route wemstop to see some of the old Marjan churches. Passing by one of the favorite climbing areas for local climbers.
Once we get to the crossroads you can choose to cycle some more to reach the top, called Telegrin, or continue directly to the gravel part of the road. This is where we start cycling downhill back to the city.At the end of the route we get to the viewpoint with a coffee bar where we can stop for hot beverage and some picture taking. It’s a perfect place to enjoy the view on the city. Our tour finishes cycling down the narrow street of one of the oldest parts of the Split called Varoš to reach, once again promenade and St. Francis church.
North Route Tour
About this route
Route length: 11km Difficulty:moderate/difficult Surface: mostly paved, partly gravel
he starting point of this route is St. Francis church situated at the end of the city promenade. We cycle through the city narrow streets and through one of the oldest parts of the city called Varoš.
Bene beach is favored among locals in the summer for swimming and in winter as a recreational area. Further more we pass by Institute of oceanography and fisheries situated at the SW cape of Marjan hill.We continue uphill passing by by a climbing area, cherished by local rock climbers. Along the route we stop by at old churches like St. Jeronimus, Madonna of Bethlehem and St. Nicolas church.After we get to the crossroads you can choose to cycle some more to reach the top or just advance ahead to the gravel part of the road.
After the gravel part we get to the viewpoint that overlooks Split city. The view point has a coffee place and it’s a perfect spot for relaxing time where you can have hot beverage, enjoy the view and take some pretty pictures of the city and nearby mountains.
Hotel Raddison route
About this route
Route length:15 km Difficulty:moderate Surface:mostly paved, partly gravel
Our tour starts just in front of hotel Raddison, following road of the longest city bay Žnjan and cycling by the sea.With this biking tour we follow sea line and thereby explore besides Žnjan almost all other attractive Split
bays, best swimming beaches and ports.Our first stop is Riva, the main promenade in Split where we’ll take a small break and have a cup of coffee, tea or juice and enjoy the sight see of Split’s sea and marina.After break our bike tour will keep on going. We will visit Diocletian’s palace. On request we can enrich this tour with other various activities like a visit one of our museums.
Allowed by an ordinary mediterian summer days and refreshing wind breeze our tour continues to drive up to forest park Marjan.On the place called Vidilica we can stop to enjoy in wonderful view of whole Split’s beauty.
After that tour will be going all around Marjan until we come back to our first stop, the Riva where firs bike drop of point is. Next and last bike drop of point is hotel Radison beach where remaining bikes bill be collected!
|Price / Person||35 €||35 €||40 €|
|Guide / Group||1||1||1|
|Person / Group||10 pax||10 pax||8 pax|
NOTE: Private tours / groups (less than 4 pax) requires additional calculation
Insurance is not included and can be arranged on request.
We are not responsible for any accidents if occured on tour.