Relaxing bike ride around the city of Split
Best suited for first time visitors, nature lovers, adventure seeker and active people in general. It gives you the best view of the city, exploring not just the city center but way beyond. This tour gives you perfect mixture of history, local experience, escape in the nature, panoramic view of Split and many, many more.
Once we meet and choose our bikes, and after a short introduction to safety for our bike ride, we will head towards the main city's promenade Riva. For the first time visitors it will be great opportunity to know about history of Split, couple of stories about roman emperor Diocletian, his Palace and importance of his influence to the world we are living now. On our way from Riva to more local neighborhoods, we will pass by:
- local fish market
- Great City Walls of Ottoman empire
- National Theater
Eventually, we will get to the Marjan hill. Park forest, closed for public traffic and heart and soul of our city.
It is a pine forest paradise, escape from crowded city streets, ''the lungs of the city'' as we call it.
With its bike roads and hidden trails, covered with the shade of pine trees it is a perfect refreshment for all those hot summer days. Once we are on the hill you will feel the time stops.
There is only one way to go. . . Up to the top and enjoy THE BEST view of the area.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The start of the tour is from bike base on crossing of Zagrebačka ul. and Zlodrina poljana. You can find the map of location within the pictures of the tour.
End location: Same as the meeting location.
Duration: 3 hours
Rented MTB bike
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 kuna - - you need just some cash to get a bottle of water and/or cup of coffee or tee if we stop for a refreshment
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A bike tour in Split Croatia with Kazo... He was fantastic. He showed us and explained the history of the main city and took us on a beautiful bike tour to an area that we did not know about which was breath taking. In conversation with Kazo, it came up that I was Jewish. He then proceeded to point out the first Jewish Cemetery in Split, an experience that I will not forget. At one point in our bike ride we saw it was going to rain so we stopped off at a little cafe in the mountain. GREAT TOUR