South island hopping route – On Motorcycle from Split to Dubrovnik


START: Split



– UNESCO World Heritage:

Split, Dubrovnik

– Scenic Adriatic Coastline

– Korčula island

– Pelješac peninsula

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Mototrip through south Adriatic coast Split-Dubrovnik

Rent-a-GS created the shortest but the most beautiful route for you. Cca 191 km in length – is most suited to lovers of sun, pristine blue sea, swimming, followed by a pleasant ride through gentle Mediterranean landscapes. On islands, though. Hvar, Korčula and Pelješac are the largest islands in Dalmacija, thus well suited for a motorcycle ride. If you rent a motorcycle in Split, we recommend catching the ferry boat to Hvar – Korčula. An easy solution after which you can catch another ferry from Hvar to Korčula from which you can hop on to Pelješac (Dominče Orebić route) and continue to mainland.
Far from city noise and city light you will see how the islanders live.

Recommended sightseeing spots

On Korčula island you will find villages isolated of the time, places where you can breathe peace, green fields and small houses surrounded by nature, certainly a relaxing place to plan your adventure vacation. Well known for its white wine types, island of Korčula is among the greenest islands in the Adriatic. We recommend trying local successes Pošip, Rukatac or Grk and for red wine lovers among you Plavac Mali, one of best-known Croatian sorts worldwide.

Generous vineyards and olive groves will surely take your breath away. Southern coast is formed by small beaches and quiet coves. Secluded Korčula beaches are the way to go if you want to detach from the urban jungle.

After Korčula an easy connection takes you to Pelješac peninsula.


Second largest Croatian peninsula, Pelješac is a unique geographical part of land. Although connected with mainland, provides complete island experience. Peninsula is well connected, so north to south shouldn’t be a problem. We recommend visiting bay of Mali Ston as well where you’ll find restaurants with one of the best cuisine in Croatia. Main star on the menu are oysters. Fresh and natural from the bay, prepared by traditional recipes with little seasoning as possible. Try them!

The town of Ston has long been on of the Ragusan Republic major fort. Encircled by 14th century stone walls 5.5 kilometres in length are all walkable and are a great cultural value today.

After Pelješac Dubrovnik city is a natural route destination. Unique for its impressive medical forts, churches, monuments and palaces, Dubrovnik is often called pearl of the Adriatic. More than thousand-year old history of Dubrovnik made it a cultural centre of Europe.

After Dubrovnik coming back along the scenery roads to Omiš and Split.

Come and rent a motorcycle with us and you will find adventure of your life.

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