Pelješac peninsula biking discovery
Pelješac peninsula is the second largest peninsula in Croatia. It is located in southern Dalmatia between the Bay of Neretva to the north, the Bay of Mali Ston to the east, Mljet channel to the south and Peljesac channel to the west.
It stretches from the city of Ston on the east (famous for its stone walls, second largest in Europe) to the top of the cape Lovište.
Pelješac is a synonym for wine; it is very well known for its vineyards and cellars. The greatest Croatian red wines can be found here: Dingač and Postup (from Plavac mali variety, genetic relative to Zinfandel) which are named after the steep slopes on the southern side of the peninsula.
Our cycling tour begins in the small coastal village of Trstenik, historically significant as the main port for exporting wine. It continues towards the quaint village of Žuljana, all along an attractive seaside road through the vineyards and olive groves with fragrant scents of Mediterranean herbs in the air. After arriving to Žuljana, we’ll cycle to the beautiful bay of Vučine, considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia. Here you can completely relax; take a dip at the pebbly beach and enjoy the crystal clear blue sea.
|Transfer time||2 hours|
|Activity time||3 Hours|
|Activity distance||15 km|
|Included||Instructor, mountain bike, helmet, transfer, snack, lunch|
|Capacity||Max.16 (min. to organize this activity is: 6)|
|Price||60€ per person|