SELF-GUIDED E-BIKE TOUR
ISLANDS BY E-BIKE
About the tour
ISLANDS BY E-BIKE
The two-island e-bike tour starts on the island of Ugljan. The island trails will take you along the seaside, to the beaches and picturesque small villages. Soon enough you will discover why the island is known as “the green island”. You can spend the whole day on Ugljan but you can also make the most of this tour and visit the island of Pašman, too.
Ugljan and Pašman are connected by a bridge, so it’s easy to visit them both on a day tour. Pašman is famous for its medicinal herbs that grow all over the island. This is a self-guided tour which means that you decide on the pace. Since we use electric bikes, it is all about a pleasant ride and making nice memories.
- itinerary is flexible
- numerous ferries are going from Zadar to Ugljan and you can choose the one that suits you best
- we strongly recommend you take the morning ferry at 09:30 or 10:30; that way you’ll have the whole day ahead of you
What our clients say
Benedictine monastery Ćokovac is located on the top of 95m high hill. It was first built in the 11th century. Since then it was devastated several times and built again, the last time in the 14th century by the Benedictines themselves. As a result of its position, it has been the guardian of the Pašman Channel for centuries. Today it is not only a place of peace for the monks who live there but also the site with a breathtaking view of the area of Kotari, Vrana and the mountains Dinara and Velebit.
Kali village is not only the biggest village on the island but also the biggest village of all Zadar islands. Its history goes back to the 13th century. This picturesque village is most famous for its fishing tradition, especially tuna fishing. Also, local people produce excellent homemade olive oil from the olives that grow on hundreds of years old olive trees. In short, tradition and modern way of life live side by side in this dynamic and remarkable village.
Pašman village is situated on the island of Pašman which is connected with Ugljan island by the bridge. This village is first mentioned in 11th century under the name Postimana. It has two beautiful sandy beaches and a few ports with moorings but also a several restaurants with high quality and fresh local food. Those who like long walks in the nature will be able to enjoy the smell of aromatic herbs that grow in abundance on Pašman fields.To sum up, no wonder Pašman has become popular tourist destination!