Biking and Wine Tasting Experience

Biking and Wine Tasting Experience

This unique tour of Split will have you kick-start your adventure under the spellbinding mural on Plinarska Street. We will dive into the maze of the charming and vibrant Varoš neighbourhood and make our way to Poljud Stadium, an architectural marvel that is home to Hajduk Split – one of Croatia’s oldest football clubs with a cult following. During our exterior tour of the stadium, you’ll learn about the Mediterranean Games, Hajduk’s storied history, and the passionate Torcida supporters who fill the stadium with an unparalleled atmosphere on match days.

From Poljud, our journey continues to Marjan, Split’s “lungs,” a lush hill offering stunning views over the city and the sea. Along the way, we’ll pause at Bene, where you’ll learn about the intriguing origins of Zinfandel, a grape variety that has a surprising connection to the Dalmatian Coast. As we ascend Marjan, a stop at the Institute and the quaint St. Jere Church provides a tranquil moment amidst the verdant scenery. It’s a stunning location that embodies the fusion of natural beauty and cultural heritage that characterizes Split.

We’ll then wind our way back through Varoš to the Matejuška dock, a timeless social hub in Split, which has been a beloved meeting point for locals for decades. Our guides will share some factual stories of the grand Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site that served as a retirement home for Roman Emperor Diocletian and now forms the city’s bustling centre. From here, we’ll meander along the vibrant Riva promenade, and pass through the lively Pazar market and under the majestic Golden Gate, a testament to Split’s rich Roman heritage.

The grand finale of our tour is a wine-tasting experience at the Jelaska House, located directly opposite the Croatian National Theatre. Conclude this remarkable and dynamic tour with a toast at a charming venue, where you can indulge in our delectable local wines, complemented by traditional flavours of local cheeses and prosciutto!

Price per person: 75 €

Minimum number of people: 2

Maximum number of people: 12

Location: Split 

Duration: app 3 h

Difficulty: easy

Minimum age: 18 – legal drinking age in Croatia is 18

Kids on tour: Please let us know before the tour if you will be bringing children with you. Kids are always welcome at our company; they just need to come along with an adult!

Availability: Every day at 9 am

The legal drinking age in Croatia is 18. 

What's Included

Guide, insurance, bikes, lock, helmet, fine selection of local cheese, local prosciutto & olives, various tapenade, sun dried tomatoes, 2 wine tasting samples of croatian local wine.

What to Bring

Comfortable shoes, hat, sunscreen, water, curiosity, appetite 

Discover our captivating city's ancient history!

Spice up your tour with a variety of flavorful wines and mouth-watering local cuisine!

Also available as a private tour

Every day at 9 am

You will receive detailed meeting point information on the voucher upon booking this tour.

Adventure Tours FAQ

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Outdoor adventure tours are guided trips that take you into the great outdoors to explore and experience nature in exciting ways. They can include activities like hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, rock climbing, and more.
The level of fitness required for outdoor adventure tours varies depending on the specific tour and activity. Some tours may require a higher level of fitness, while others may be more leisurely. It’s important to read the tour descriptions carefully and choose a tour that is suitable for your fitness level.
The equipment needed for outdoor adventure tours also varies depending on the specific tour and activity. Typically, the tour company will provide any necessary specialized equipment, such as climbing gear or kayaks. However, you should bring your own basic outdoor gear, such as appropriate clothing, footwear, and a backpack.
Yes, outdoor adventure tours are generally safe as long as you follow the safety guidelines and instructions provided by your tour guide. The tour company should have safety protocols in place to ensure your safety while participating in outdoor activities.