TOTAL DISTANCE: 780 km
– UNESCO World Heritage:
Split, Šibenik, Zadar
– Scenic Adriatic Coastline
– National Parks Paklenica and Velebit
– Islands of Lošinj and Cres
NORTH ISLAND HOPPING ROUTE
DALMATIA – ISTRIA
This is one of the longest routes that we suggest for a tour in one week! It combines the ride spectacular coastal roads, land and most islands of the northern Adriatic. Part of the route is impossible to cross without the ferry, so it is incorporated in our proposal.
When the route is divided on the days that you put in front of them can be said that a pleasant balanced part of enjoying the secluded beaches of Lošinj with rides for the beautiful roads.
The coastal village of lovely bays, secluded beaches and clear waters. Places that are not located on the coast are a number of walking trails, hiking trails and mountain paths leading to secluded coves of the island.
The route starts from Split with main road to Šibenik then Zadar, two Citys of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage. In Zadar, you need to board a ferry to Mali Lošinj. Then you move over Lošinj to Cres and then across to Brestovo and Opatija slowly ride the scenic roads along Adriatic coast to Split.
If you choose this route the most important element which must take into account the timetable Jadrolinija ferries. The timetable and prices are dependent on the time when you want to time: