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14 day Slovenia & Croatia combo motorcycle tour

Combine Slovenia Tour and Adriatic Riviera Tour and get a perfect combination of mountains, rolling hills, coastal riding and unique Mediterranean ambiance.

14 Days / 12 Riding Days

Day 1 Arrival in Ljubljana Pick up the motorcycle, discuss the itinerary with an experienced guide.
Day 2 Ljubljana - Jeruzelem Ride through the Alps and stay in a wine growing B&B in Jeruzelem.
Day 3 Jeruzalem - Novo Mesto Ride through the vineyards of eastern Slovenia and stay in a 16 ct. castle for the night.
Day 4 Novo Mesto - Plitvice NP Cross to Croatia and visit spectacular Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Day 5 Plitvice NP - Dubrovnik Ride past the moon-like surface of Biokovo mountains and arrive to Dubrovnik.
Day 6 Rest day in Dubrovnik Spend the day in this beautiful historical town or go for a ride to Montenegro.
Day 7 Dubrovnik - Hvar Island Follow the spectacular Adriatic coast on the way to Hvar Island.
Day 8 Rest day on Hvar Island Relax on Hvar Island, which is surely one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic.
Day 9 Hvar Island - Pag Island Ride past Split and Krka National Park and arrive on the arid island of Pag.
Day 10 Pag Island - Sezana Take the seaside roller coaster road up the Adriatic coast and cross back to Slovenia. 
Day 11 Sezana - Bovec After riding through many vineyards, follow Soca River into the Julian Alps.
Day 12 Rest day in Bovec Ride around the Julian Alps, go hiking, whitewater rafting, or rest at the hotel.
Day 13 Bovec - Ljubljana Ride Vrsic Pass and past Bohinj and Bled lakes back to Ljubljana.
Day 14 Flight home  

Option 1:
If you don't have enough time, skip the first two nights in eastern Slovenia and ride directly to Croatia. That makes the tour 13 days long but still allows you to see most of the highlights that these two countries have to offer.

Option 2:
If you have more time, add a few nights in fascinating Bosnia and Herzegovina or in Montenegro. To experience Bosnia you'll need two or three additional nights, the same with Montenegro.

Option 3:
If after a couple of weeks on the twisty and sweeping roads of Slovenia and Croatia, you feel like you want to experience more of the high mountains, ride to the Italian Dolomites and conquer some of the exhilarating Alpine passes.