There are few better ways to tour Croatia’s Dalmatian Hinterland than by two wheels, and on this 6-hour, small-group cycling tour, you’ll see many of the region's most scenic highlights. After meeting your guide along the Riva Harbor in Split, you’ll be transported into the Croatian countryside.
The bike tour begins along a beautifully rural tract of the Hinterland. After a short ride, you’ll reach the ruins of the medieval Nutjak Fort, which directly overlook the waters of the Cetina River. After a short break, continue to the picturesque town of Trilj, which has been settled since Mesolithic times.
Next, you’ll visit a 600-year-old working mill in Grab, which still produces flour according to traditional methods. Then, cycle to the Ruda springs, considered among the Hinterland’s most beautiful landmarks, and the ideal place for a relaxed buffet lunch.
The final leg of the tour takes you to the small settlement of Otok before you cycle back to the starting point; the total journey is roughly 25 miles (40 km). At the end of your cycling trip, you’ll be transported back to central Split, where the tour concludes.