THREE ISLANDS TOUR
Self-Guided Bike Adventure
This cycling itinerary takes you to three islands of the Zadar archipelago – Ugljan, Pašman and Dugi otok. Also, the itinerary leads you towards the ancient cities of Zadar and Nin.
During this self guided tour you will get to know how life on Dalmatian islands really looks like, from past times up to today.
Besides that, while having fun on Three Islands Tour you will get to know some of the most attractive sights on the islands: viewpoint St. Michael, Franciscan monastery, mansions of noble families, Kali, Nature Park Telašćica etc.
Finally, we will take care of your luggage and accommodation and you should just relax and enjoy your holiday.
Tour length: 184.7 km
Elevation gain: 1440 m
Tour difficulty: moderate
- Day 1 Zadar airport - Zadar - Ugljan island
- Day 2 Ugljan south (length 28.6 km, climb 336 m)
- Day 3 Ugljan north (length 29.3 km, climb 174 m)
- Day 4 Zadar & Nin (length 49.8 km, climb: 168 m)
- Day 5 Pašman (length 38.8 km, climb: 231 m)
- Day 6 Dugi otok, Telašćica Nature Park (length 22.3 km, climb 362 m)
- Day 7 Dugi otok south (length 15.9 km, climb 169 m)
- Day 8 Dugi otok - Zadar - Zadar airport
PRICING AND BOOKING
CITY/TREKKING BIKE SPECIFICATION
ELECTRIC CITY/TREKKING BIKE SPECIFICATION
Cycling Zadar islands - perfect way to explore the region
ZADAR ISLANDS, CROATIA
Pedaling across three islands
FORT ST. MICHAEL
Fort St. Michael is situated 265 m above the sea level. It dates from 13th century when it was a Venetian fortress. However, today it is not a fortress any more but a popular viewpoint. There both locals and tourists come to enjoy the view over the beautiful Zadar channel.
Telašćica bay is situated on the southeastern part of the island of Dugi otok. It is the largest natural port in this part of the Adriatic and for this reason it is very popular among yachtsmen. This bay provides secure shelter for the boats. Thanks to its beauty and the diversity of its fauna, Telašćica bay has been declared nature park in 1988.
Three Islands Tour will lead you to the island Pašman. It is a part of Zadar archipelago and attracts lots of tourists every year. Sandy beaches, homemade wine and olive oil, hospitable locals and amazing nature are only some of the reasons why you should visit Pašman.
In conclusion, don’t miss this gem!