On request

Duration: 2.5 hours

Included in price

Local Guide


Explore the city of Zadar on the bike on this 2.5-hour tour. Accompanied with a local guide, you will have the opportunity to see the most beautiful city beaches, ancient streets and the most interesting parts of the city. We will introduce you to the tumultuous history of the city, which is over 3000 years old.

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Other Cycling Tours

If you are looking to explore Zadar surroundings on a bike, we can make arrangements for other bike tours.

Ugljan Self Guided Tour

This selfguide tour will guide you through the most exciting paths of the island of Ugljan, which is rightfully called „the green island“ thanks to its numerous pine trees and old olive groves. The island, which inspires with its natural beauty as well as preserved traditions, is considered to be a suburb of the city of Zadar as it lies just opposite to it. The island of Ugljan has plenty of bays, beaches and small fishing villages spread along the coast that keeps the secret about their past and the hard life of fishermen
Price: 43€

Zadar - Nin Guided Tour

There are various routes you can take from Zadar to Nin. We have decided to take you on the most attractive ride – along the coast. That path to Nin is imbued with beautiful bays, pine forests and small Dalmatian villages that are constantly exchanging on the way, and that are connected by narrow gravel roads perfect for cycling adventures.
Price: 60€

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It doesn’t get older than ‘wide’

The main street in Zadar is named Široka ulica (široka = ‘wide’) and it is believed it’s as old, or even older, than the city itself.

For the very first time …

Many firsts did Croatia experience in Zadar - the first university dating back to the 14th century; the first Croatian novel and newspaper in Croatian language were published there.

Sea organs an architectural object located in Zadar, Croatia and an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.