Rent-a-GS created the shortest but the most beautiful route for you. The most adapted to lovers of sun, pristine blue sea, swimming, followed by a pleasant ride the gentle Mediterranean landscapes. This route is ideal for camping on Korčula and Pelješac. Far from City noise and city light you will see how live islanders.

Access to the island is easy departure from Split by ferry boat. Also, there is a ferry connection from Korčula to Orebić on Pelješac peninsula.

On Korčula island you will find villages isolated of the time, places where you can breathe peace, green fields and small houses surrounded by nature, certainly a relaxing place to plan your adventure vacation. The island of Korčula is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea, with abundant vineyards and olive groves. Its southern coast is formed by small beaches and quiet coves. Peek secluded road south side of the island and you will discover beautiful hidden beach that will leave you breathless.

After Korčula you should go with ferry to Orebić visit peninsula Pelješac.

The Pelješac peninsula is so tenuously connected with the mainland that it has the unique character of an island. The first delight that awaits you is the gastronomic haven of Mali Ston. The narrow lagoon dividing Pelješac from the mainland is rich in premium quality oysters, and the village restaurants offer some of the best cuisine in the country. Nearby, the town of Ston is encircled by 14th century stone walls look scarily like the Great Wall of China. The finest vineyards in Croatia bask on Pelješac’s spectacular conical hills. Pelješac is famous for pristine shingle beaches and old villages.

After Pelješac you should go to Dubrovnik city. Unique for its impressive medical forts, churches, monuments and palaces, Dubrovnik is often called pearl of the Adriatic. More than thousand-year old history of Dubrovnik made it a cultural centre of Europe.

After Dubrovnik coming back alog the scenery coast to Omiš and Split.

Come and rent a motorcycle with us and you will find adventure of your life.

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ROUTE INFO

START: City of Split
TOTAL DISTANCE: around 480 km

HIGHLIGHTS:
- UNESCO World Heritage
- Split, Dubrovnik
- Scenic Adriatic Coastline
- Island Kočula and peninsula Pelješac

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* More information about Korčula
* More information about Dubrovnik
* Camping on Pelješac
* Camping on Korčula