The idyllic view of picturesque Motovun is reminiscent of the Italian Tuscan landscape, beautiful with great tasting wine
Spend time exploring the maze of cobbled streets and the charming coastal setting of this beautiful fishing village
Find out how olive oil is made and have a taste too
Have a good time as you cycle by the sea
Discover hidden medieval towns
Savor delicious wine that's unique to this region
Never tire of the gorgeous views filled with vineyards, olive groves and historic buildings.
Cycle leisurely across Istria and appreciate the sublime scenery
Feel safe on routes that were chosen for their light traffic .

Cycle the Wine Roads of Istria

Duration
8 days
Site savings
$33
From
$1,572 USD

Istria is the dream location for those who value not just glorious sights, but also gorgeous cuisines and wines. This is a real treat for the senses as you explore this dreamlike Croatian peninsula and revel in the coastal air, fascinating history and abundant nature on two wheels. It is the perfect location for cycling and the ‘hands-on’ approach will be sure to satisfy your eyes, ears and taste buds.

  • Category
    For Food Lovers
  • Type
    Fully Guided
  • Duration
    8 days
  • Culture Level
    Adventurous
  • Skill Level
    2 - Novice
  • Activity Level
    2 - Moderate
  • Elevation
    1 - Easy
  • Terrain
    Flat
  • Distance
    156 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    26.1 miles
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4.7
Awesome
from 3 reviews
Accommodation
4.7
Bikes
4.7
Communication
4.7
Meals
4.7
Route
4.7
Scenery
4.7
Service
4.7
Value
4.7
Overall Rating:

Francesco Meriani Merlo
(Review obtained from Google)

Absolutely professional...... and deep knowledge of the territory. Since many years a pivot point in Istrian active tourism! rated 11/10 !

Overall Rating:

Adis A
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

One of the best small tourist services in Croatia.

Overall Rating:

Colin Pearson
(Review obtained from Other)

Beautiful area that is not spoilt by too much tourism, the local wine and olive oil were delightful.
Some of the hotels were small and family run so our money stayed in the local areas.