Imagine the Mediterranean the way it used to be, in a country that has all the essential elements for the perfect cycling vacation- quiet roads, an abundance of historical sites and now, wonderful hotels and restaurants to enjoy.

This trip begins in Split which has an international airport and frequent flights from Zagreb. After one night discovering the secrets of this historical city, you will cruise to the island of Brac, the largest of the Dalmatian islands and notable for the karst rock, a supple white stone that sculptors have used for centuries here. You’ll be based in Pastira, a quaint village with excellent beaches and a comfortable 4-star hotel with swimming pool and all amenities.

After two days exploring Brac, you’ll cruise to the island of Hvar, perhaps the most interesting of the Dalmatian islands. Designed and built by Venetians, Hvar feels distinctly Italian; Hvar is becoming the destination of choice for yacht owners (Barry Dillar’s 103m vessel was in the harbour on our last visit), and cyclists, eager to discover new destinations with lots to see and do. You’ll have three days in Hvar, with enough time to cycle the island’s routes. There are also options for moderate hikes and, if you choose to relax at the hotel’s pool or spa facilities, this is the perfect place to do so.



Split, Croatia

Day 1+7


Bol, Croatia

Day 2+3


Hvar, Croatia

Day 4+5+6

What’s Included in the Cost of Your Trip?


6 nights hotels
All breakfasts and 1 dinner (cooking course is optional and at additional cost)
Ferry ticket from Split to Brac
Private boat transfer from Brac to Bol when required
Luggage transfers
Comprehensive Tour Details with detailed pre-trip information
Detailed route instructions and maps
Personal meet & greet with our local Area Manager
Area manager available on call throughout the tour
Access to Loyalty Program and other exclusive benefits

Not Included

Ferry from Hvar to Split



Start any date between May 1 and October 31
Custom trips available and can start any date. Call or email for details.


7 days / 6 nights, with 5 days of cycling




Moderate: 40-60 km (25-37 miles) daily


Moderate with some hills each day


Classic Accommodation: US $2250
Single Supplement*: US $570

Luxe Accommodation: US $2750
Single Supplement*: US $690

*This trip requires a minimum of 2 people booking (because of boat transfer costs).

High season supplement per person from July 1st to August 30th:
Classic: US $300

Luxe: US $570

Bike Rentals

Hybrid or Racing Bikes: US$280

E-Bikes: US$480

The price of e-bike rentals takes into consideration the additional cost for delivery and pick-up as we source the best available in the region, which may not be convenient to the trip start and/or finish.

Please note: Final itinerary is subject to revision; any changes made are done so in an attempt to provide the best possible trip given route conditions and available services. Due to the nature of our business and exchange rates, prices are subject to change. All prices quoted are U.S. dollars but we gladly accept payment in Canadian dollars also. If you have any questions before making your reservation, please contact us.
Getting There The tour starts and finishes in Split, the major city on the Adriatic Coast.


Day 1


Our self-guided tour begins in the historic seaside city of Split which boasts a Roman palace in its center, and a labyrinth of cobblestone streets filled with cafes and restaurants.


Day 2


Our Area Manager meets you in Split and takes you to the ferry by 11 am; the cruise to Brac will take just under 1 hour. After lunch at one of Supetar’s beach-side restaurants, choose between two different rides to make your way to Bol, on the south side of Brac. Bol boasts a stunning beach, lots of great restaurants, wine tasting rooms and more.
Ride Distance: 36km; 930m gain; 52 km; 1175m*


Day 3


Next day, ride a loop route visiting Pucisca, with its stone cutting school and Skrip, the oldest settlement on the island. The island of Brac is covered in olive and fig trees and charming village harbours dot the coast.Back in Bol, enjoy some time on the beach of Zlatni Rat where kite surfing is popular, or enjoy the large swimming pool at the hotel. Enjoy a wine tasting and learn about the wine being made here. For dinner, head to a quaint restaurant that serves delicious sea-food.
Ride Distance: 44km; 840m; 78 km; 1515m*


Day 4


For the classic trip, your route today will be across the island to Bol, where you’ll have a chance to see the iconoclastic beaches of the Golden Cape. On the luxe trip you can enjoy a morning walk up above town. You’ll cross to Hvar by private boat, arriving to the charming village of Jelsa where you will start cycling to Hvar town. Hvar town has been compared to Cannes, where yachts line the harbor and well-preserved Venetian buildings, a hill-top castle and Europe’s oldest theatre make for a charming town. The Podstine Hotel is one of Hvar’s best, with a private beach, swimming pool, and excellent restaurant. Luxe trip will stay at the brand new Hotel Adriana, a member of Small Hotels of the World. 
Ride Distance: 64 km, elevation gain 1457 m.*


Day 5


Todays options include a short boat ride to the Pakleni Islands, kayaking along the coast with a guide, hike up to the Venetian citadel, or relax and enjoy the comforts of the hotel. (optional activities available on request – not included in your tour).


Day 6


From Hvar town, we suggest a loop ride to Stari Grad, Jelsa and
Vrboska. In Jelsa, there is a museum that can be visited that is the former residence of the famous poet, Petar Hektorovic. For dinner, there is an option for a cooking course with a local chef at a private house near the hotel. (optional cooking course available on request – not included in your tour).
Ride Distance: 58 km, elevation gain 1270 m or 44 km, gain 1100 m.*


Day 7

Day of departure at your leisure (ferry times are at 7:45 and 11:30 & travel time is 1hr45) for onward travel.

*Distance and elevation gains may vary depending on hotels chosen for specific departure.



Hotel Luxe, Split

Within steps of the ancient center of Split this boutique, contemporary hotel features comfortable and modern rooms, a cozy wellness area, dining room and lobby bar with a view of the city life of Split.

Hotel Elaphusa, Bol

Renovated in 2006, this 4-star hotel is located in a pine forest along a walking promenade midway between Bol and Zlatni Rat, Croatia’s most beautiful beach. The hotel’s spa, outdoor pools and other amenities make it a favorite. Bol, approximately 10 minutes walk along a sea-side path has many excellent restaurants and charming center.

Villa Nora, Hvar

This is our newest discovery, located in the center of Hvar, located in a former 14th century palace, now a boutique 3-star hotel. Spacious rooms with AC, and steps to restaurants and a warm welcome make it a traveler favourite.


Cornaro Hotel, Split

This 5-star hotel is located in the city center of Split and can be best described as a comfortable and modern space with a touch of charm. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, but the highlight is definitely the rooftop area with its bar and pool that offers stunning sea and city views.

Hotel Elaphusa, Bol

Renovated in 2006, this 4-star hotel is located in a pine forest along a walking promenade midway between Bol and Zlatni Rat, Croatia’s most beautiful beach. The hotel’s spa, outdoor pools and other amenities make it a favorite. Superior sea-side room always requested. Bol, approximately 10 minutes walk along a sea-side path has many excellent restaurants and charming center.

Hotel Podstine, Hvar

This sea-side 4-star hotel boasts outstanding views, terraced gardens and decks leading down to the sea and private beach. Situated in an arboretum full of palm and citrus trees and centenary pines, it boasts a newly opened spa offering massage and wellness services on site. The restaurant has an extensive menu with regional cuisine.

Gordon C. - Croatia
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USD $2,250

Trip Reviews

November 2, 2022

“Randonnee Tours was super responsive when needed. Took care of everything and then some. Amazing old world feel and incredibly nice people.”

December 15, 2021

“[Area manager] told my Grandma (Barbara) that I’m the youngest person ever to do that tour. It was a lot of fun but also sometimes it got harder. I went up the hills faster than my Grandpa (David)! This tour also had tons of pretty sights to see, especially around the castles and rivers!” “This trip was one of the great experiences of my life, and I have tears in my eyes as I write this – I am a sentimental Irishman – I will never forget this wonderful fairyland, the sites, the flowers, the people, the food, the rivers the weather, etc. etc. The experience will hold a special place in my heart forever!” “My sentiments exactly!”

May 14, 2021

“Accommodations overall exceeded our expectations. Loads to see and loved the locations we stayed at.”

May 14, 2021

“The area manager was very helpful. Guide for Hvar walking tour was excellent.”

May 14, 2021

“Overall, this trip was fantastic. We rode one day in the storming wind and falling rain— IT WAS FABULOUS!! We will definitely ride again with RandonnĂ©e and have recommended you to many cyclists.”

May 14, 2021

“Karmen the guide in Hvar Town was exceptional! Also, our area manager was fantastic! He made sure all the bikes were fitted and working properly, he went through each days maps and made additions to the routes and gave us even more restaurant suggestions.”

May 14, 2021

“All the hotels were great. For us, the amount of effort was perfect, just what we wanted. Enough to leave you satisfied that you had accomplished something but also not so much that you couldn’t fit in other things during a ride day. The area manager was terrific – a great resource and helped us set up a few things on the fly – e.g. a morning of fishing. He also had great recommendations about restaurants.”

September 30, 2016

“The Islands were breathtaking!”

June 10, 2014

“We have done almost 30 bike trips since 1992 and this has to be rated the most enjoyable.”

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