Croatia motorcycle tours
Motorcycle - Croatia
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Explore the Natural Beauty and Rich Heritage of Croatia on Two Wheels
The Adriatic Sea and the Old World of Croatia only become more beautiful on the back of a motorcycle. Croatia motorcycle tours are an excellent way to immerse yourself in the sights, and sounds of this unique crossroads of culture. Croatia boasts a total of seven UNESCO World Heritage sites that are both architectural and geographic in nature, such as the Old Town of Dubrovnik, and Plitvice Lakes and National Park. Furthermore, the culture itself claims ten pieces of what UNESCO refers to as “intangible cultural heritage.” Put on your gear, fire up your bike, and get ready to explore!
Our Croatia motorcycle tours
Durmitor Park and Tara River Canyon – Natural reserves to be crossed with your bike
Cities listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Thessaloniki, Sarajevo, Dubrovnik and Orhid
Legendary Romanian roads including the Transfagarasan Road and the Transalpina Pass
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Other Need-to-Know Information about Croatia
Situated along the eastern shore of the Adriatic, Croatia has kilometers of gorgeous coastline, flat agricultural areas, highlands, and even low mountain – the peaks of the Dinaric Alps reach up to about 1,800 meters. There are several other unique geographic features that you might get to experience on Croatia motorcycle tours, such as caves that reach depths of over 1,000m, one of the largest wetlands areas in all of Europe, numerous islands, and dense, old growth forests. The climate of Croatia varies along with the geography, with much of the country experiencing a warm and rainy continental climate. The higher regions of the country experience colder, snowier winters, while the coastline enjoys a moderate Mediterranean climate. Generally, late spring through early fall provide the best weather for a visit.
Aside from the wide variety of outdoor activities offered by the countryside, Croatia offers plenty of culture to explore amongst its towns and citizens. There are numerous professional and amateur theaters throughout the country, as well as a number of orchestras and choirs. The architecture reflects a variety of influences, and includes stunning churches and cathedrals, large plazas, well cared for parks, Roman ruins, and much more.
While there are no long-haul flights from North America, there are plenty of international flights originating throughout Europe; London and Frankfurt are both common transfer points. Croatia has several international airports, including the capital of Zagreb, as well as Dubrovnik, Split, Pula, and three others. For traveling around the country, the train network is quite extensive, and the Croatia highway system is rapidly improving and makes a motorcycle trip all the more pleasant.
Entry requirements are simple for all other European Union citizens, following Croatia’s entry into the EU in 2013, as well as for United States and Canadian citizens, all of which can stay up to 90 days visa-free. A number of other countries may also visit visa-free, but you should check with the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs to be sure.
Why Planet Ride should be your only choice for motorcycle adventure in Croatia
Whether you are looking for Adriatic motorcycle tours, an adrenaline rush amidst Dynamic Alps, or casual cruising while you soak in the beauty of the national parks, Planet Ride has a tour for you! Maybe you’d like to explore Croatia along with several other Balkan countries, or focus more on the beautiful landscapes of northwest Croatia. An example of what you can expect is arriving in Zagreb, getting your rental bike, gearing up, and hitting the road for 8 days of riding! Each day will see an average of about 3 hours of riding, with plenty of stops along the way to enjoy the food, the people, and the sights. Some of our common bikes for tours of Croatia include BMW 800cc and 1200cc models, but there are plenty of other great makes and models to choose from.
Additional Benefits of riding with Planet Ride
No matter which you decide to choose, our Croatia motorcycle trips will provide you a unique road trip experience, and the possibilities are practically endless. Planet Ride will help you find the route and the vehicle that perfectly fit your needs. You can choose all the aspects of your Croatia motorcycle tours, including the itinerary, your group, and your local guide. Then, you’ll head off for an absolutely unforgettable road trip! Our specialist partners will help you discover the beauty, culture, and richness of the lands you explore, while also offering any technical assistance you may need. Choose a route and indulge your riding pleasures, whether on-road, or off the beaten path!
Planet Ride also offers motorcycle trips for all levels of experience. Our shorter circuits are generally low mileage trips on well-paved roads that are easily travelled by beginners and experienced riders alike.The longer motorcycle road trip circuits are recommended for riders that are more accustomed to riding these longer distances, but are still usually on paved roads that make for smooth and easy riding. Lastly, our motorcycle adventure circuits are reserved for experienced motorcycle riders that are comfortable riding long distances, often off-road. These motorcycle circuits are designed to push the limits! The motorcycle roads and paths are specifically chosen for their technical challenge, and are the most physically demanding of our entire selection.
You can rely on Planet Ride to be your trusted Third Party through the entire trip process, from booking online to riding through Croatia. We have a Quality Charter signed by us and all of our travel partners to guarantee it! We offer the best value for the money, security of payment, and vehicle insurance. You can also read traveller ratings and reviews to judge for yourself!
Whether for simple motorcycle rental Croatia needs, or a multi-day adventure-filled tour, look no further than Planet Ride!
Tourism Ideas for Croatia
Croatia offers plenty of options for outdoor sports, including kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, cycling, mountain biking, etc. Sailing is another popular activity, and you could arrange a short cruise, or even spend a few days at sea. As mentioned earlier, Croatia sits at the crossroads of multiple cultures, and everything about the country reflects that. Try the food, see the Roman ruins, explore the national parks, the options are nearly endless!