This unique county offers cycling routes on many of the 79 islands along the coast, including Brač, Hvar, Vis, and Olta. There are also mainland routes around the country capital Split, and around Zagora, Omi and Makarska Riviera. If you're looking for a more off-road adventure, maybe head to nearby Vodice in ibenik-Knin county. This is where the Orlov Krug route hosts the World Cup Mountain Bike race.
Riding through this route in central Croatia will expose you to many fascinating plants, including a gingko tree dating back to the 1700s. This is a tough ride, and you'll need the relaxation that one of the many 2000-year old spas can offer. Not far from here you could also try the many routes in Sisak-Moslavina county. This county offers the 228 km distance challenge along the SMC01 route, incorporating some of the top attractions in the county.
This westernmost county boasts over 1000 km of cycling trails, both along the coast and inland. You can cycle to medieval towns on hilltops or enjoy the charm of the coastal resorts.
Zagreb has 30 routes for riders of all skill levels, winding through mountains and valleys, with many historical monuments on show.
This island offers a cycling experience through the a national park. with its untouched natural splendour. Another island offering spectacular lookout points, beaches, and cycle routes, is Krk, in Primorje-Gorski Kotar county.