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CYCLING IN PODSTRANA

Konavle Activity, Cycling
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Cycling in Croatia

The area offers all grades of cycling, from entirely segregated cycle paths to off road mountain trails

CYCLING IN PODSTRANA

A promenade stretches along the entire 6 km coast of Podstrana and continues along the left bank of the River Zrnovnica for 2 km – These promenades are landscaped and separated from the main thoroughfares, giving opportunities for relaxing walks and leisurely bike ride.

Promenade by the river Zrnovnica, of approximately 3 km – an easy, flat and pleasant trail for cycling and observing the flora and fauna of the river

The tar macadam path of Perun quarry – Gornja Podstrana, of approximately 6 km – a demanding mountain trail with breathtaking views.

Vrsina – Perunsko, approximately 4 km – an extremely difficult trail on the peak ridge of Perun, a site rich in prehistoric and early Christian heritage.

Perunsko – Vilar, approximately 4.5 km – an extreme downhill trail that spectacularly descends down to the road through the Vilar canyon.

Lungomare, approximately 6 km – an easy and flat road by the sea that provides magnificent views of the Podstrana coast.

Mura – Mutogras, approximately 1 km – an extreme downhill trail that leads from the spring of Mura to the sea.

Olive grove path – hotel Le Meridien Lav, approximately 5 km – a demanding trail that starts in Gornja Podstrana and leads through a picturesque landscape of traditional agriculture, with a variety of exits ending by the sea.

Old Villages Trail – The trail connects the port of Strozanac, in the western part of the Podstrana area, with the town of Omis, taking you through historic villages and ending at the old village of Duce, in the vicinity of the former parish Church of St Marco and its cemetery. The centre of Omis and the cliffs of the Cetina River estuary are also well worth visiting.

Our local rep can help guide you to more information about the cycling opportunities and hiring bicycles.

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