Pearl of the Adriatic 

Does the adventurous spirit of Marco Polo inhabit the cyclist in you? Then why not explore Croatia, where the blue, blue sea is at its most hypnotic? Mesmerized by the play of reflections between the Dalmatian Coast and the Adriatic Islands, the eyes of the traveller know no rest. Confronted with fortified towns and their glazed tiles, with the silence of isolated islands, you are paralyzed with pleasure. Frozen in marble and stone, the millennial influences seem to come back to life as you pass. Split and the Palace of Diocletian, Hvar, the pearl of the Adriatic, and the green of island Korèula—all vie for your attention. Lastly, “If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik.” Now it’s your turn to gaze in wonder, just like Marco Polo…

September 8 to 23, 2019
> Price (taxes included) : starting from $5,245
September 15 to 30, 2019
> Price (taxes included) : starting from $5,175
Formula: Vélo Québec Voyages
Trip length: 15 days / 14 nights
Level of difficulty: 4

General Conditions

Options for serving you better
Delayed departure or return, single occupancy, travel insurance, bike rental (for several destinations) and much more: ask our consultants!

From day to day

Short route: 388 km • Long route: 856 km

Day 1 - Arrival in Zagreb and transfer to the hotel.
Day 2 - Transfer from Zagreb to Vodice (4 hrs) with a stop at Plitvice Lakes.
Day 3 - Free day or looped route via Čista Mala, Dazlina, Tisno, Murter-Kornati, Jezera, Tribunj, Dassilo (56 km).
Day 4 - Vodice, Šibenik, Dubrava kod Sibenica, Vrpolje, Perković, Sustići, Barići, Runjići, Plano, Trogir (74 km).
Day 5 - Trogir, Kaštel Štafilic, Lećevica, Okrug Gornji, Statine, Kaštel Sućurae, Split. Looped route via Dugobabe, Veliki Broćanac, Klis, Solin (66 à 83 km).
Day 6 - Free day or looped route on Brac island via Supetar, Nerežišća, Pražnica, Postira, Splitska (64 to 100 km).
Day 7 - Ferry from Split to Stari Grad (2 hrs). Stari Grad, Brusje, Hvar. Looped route via Vrisnik, Vrboska  (23 or 48 km).
Day 8 - Hvar, Brusje, Jelsa, Poljica, Zastražišće, Gdinj, Bogomolje, Selca, Sućuraj (93 km).
Day 9 - Ferry from Sućuraj to Drvenik. Drvenik, Zaostrog. Gradac, Ploče. Ferry from Ploče to Trpanj (1 hr). Trpanj, Orebić. Ferry from Orebić to Korčula. Looped route via Kuna Pelješka or Lovište (50 to 100 km).
Day 10 - Free day or looped route via Žrnovo, Lumbarda, Racisce, Pupnat, Smokvica, Blato, Vela Luka, Blato, Smokvica, Pupnat  (12 à 114 km).
Day 11 - Ferry from Korčula to Orebić. Orebić, Potomje, Janjina, Dracé, Dubrava, Ston, Mali Ston (65 to 83 km).
Day 12 - Mali Ston, Doli, Majkovi, Slano, Orašac, Zaton, Dubrovnik (56 to 70 km).
Day 13 - Free day or looped route via Dubac, Buici, Grbavac, Komolac, Mokošica, Losica (33 to 41 km).
Day 14 - Free day.
Day 15 - Transfer to Dubrovnik airport. Flight from Dubrovnik to Zagreb and flight back to Montréal.
Elevation Profile

The package includes:

  • round-trip air transportation for passenger, baggage and bicycle with Air Transat;
  • transfer between airport and hotel;
  • 14 nights in two- to four-star hotels and private houses, (double occupancy);
  • 14 breakfasts and 4 evening meals;
  • bus transfer on day 2;
  • entrance ticket in the Plitvice Lakes National Park;
  • ferry transfers;
  • domestic flights with Croatia Airlines (from Dubrovnik to Zagreb);
  • baggage transportation (one bag per person, 20-kg maximum);
  • mechanical assistance and access to a relief vehicle;
  • daily route plans;
  • taxes
  • protection from the Compensation Fund for Customers of Travel Agents (CFCTA). No charge from January 1st, 2019.

Equipment (e.g., bicycle) is not included.

Start/Finish: Montréal-Trudeau/Zagreb (with connection in Toronto) > Zagreb/Montréal-Trudeau (with connection in Toronto)

From 12 to 20 cyclists, accompanied by our guide.

Price of land portion of trip (taxes included): $4050
Package excluding air transportation for passenger and bicycle.

Vélo Québec Voyages est une agence de voyages accréditée, fondée en 1995. Elle propose 70 destinations à vélo au Québec et à travers le monde, et fait voyager quelque 6000 vacanciers chaque année.