Numbers are limited to 10 people on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
- 3-hour Split bike tour, led by an expert local guide
- Ride a standard cycle or upgrade to an electric bike to cover more ground
- Pedal along Marjan Hill’s leafy paths, and stop to visit medieval churches
- Explore Split Old Town and the grounds of UNESCO-listed Diocletian Palace
- See sights like Ivan Mestrovic Gallery and the Ocean Institute (electric bike tour only)
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 10 people ensures an intimate experience
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
The guide is funny and keeps things interesting while explaining Split’s history. You can choose a normal or an electric bike, for either some casual exercise or a leisurely and unique ride. This is ideal for first-time visitors as it’s a fun and comprehensive way to explore a new city.
What You Can Expect
Leave Split’s busy center and start by discovering the off-the-beaten path sites that many visitors miss. Loop around Marjan Hill, a forested mound with acres of shaded parkland, and soak up the views of the city, coast and surrounding islands. In between cycling, hop off your bike to visit some of the area’s medieval churches, and then work your way to Split Old Town. Pedal along the waterfront promenade and through the grounds of Diocletian Palace, a town-like palace complex that’s listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
If you want to see more in the space of time you have, then choose to do your tour by electric bike. The route is more than two times as long as the route taken by push bike and includes sights such as Ivan Mestrovic Gallery – an art gallery dedicated to the works of Croatia’s famous 20th-century sculptor – and the Ocean Institute conference center.
Both bike tours finish in central Split, at the start point.