Split liegt in Mitteldalmatien in Kroatien
Split liegt in Mitteldalmatien in Kroatien


The following places are presented here in more detail: Split, Omiš, Hvar, Makarska, Trogir, Island Šolta, Island Vis, Island Brela, Igrane, Imotski, Kastela.

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Split liegt im mittleren Dalmatien in KroatienSplit liegt im mittleren Dalmatien in Kroatien

Central Dalmatia

SPLIT - more than just a movie set

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site awaits you, this time in the city of Split. Diocletian's Palace is definitely worth a visit and gives you an idea of what life must have been like in the Roman era. In contrast, the cafés and restaurants bring you back to the present like guardians of modern times. Treat yourself to a delicious homemade ice cream as you stroll along the promenade. There's always something to see here. Afterwards, it's a good idea to ride your motorcycle directly to Klis Fortress, 10 km away. It is strategically located and was used as a film set by the Game of Thrones filmmakers, among others. You shouldn't miss out on the spectacular view!

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Central Dalmatia

OMIŠ - Town at the mouth of the Cetina River

Omiš is located 25 km from Split. On your route from Split to Makarska (along the famous Makarska Riviera), Omiš is the perfect stopover for you and your motorcycle. In addition to beautiful sandy and pebble beaches, the town in the heart of Dalmatia boasts a historic town center and two fortresses, of which the Starigrad Fortica fortress is particularly recommended for its magnificent view. 6 km away is the Cetina Gorge, which will keep you entertained with its old mills in Radmanove Mlinice and breathtaking nature.

Die Insel Hvar liegt in DalmatienDie Insel Hvar liegt in Dalmatien

Central Dalmatia

HVAR - Paradise island kingdom

The island boasts large yachts, almost always sunny weather, clear water along numerous dream beaches, enticing purple lavender fields and a history dating back over 2,000 years. To get to Hvar, you can take the ferry from Split with your motorcycle. The ferry from Drvenik is another option, but the journey from Baška Voda to Drvenik is rather challenging.

The town of Hvar certainly provides a good sightseeing kick. Visit St. Stephen's Square with its historic buildings, admire the large marina on the vibrant waterfront promenade, St. Stephen's Cathedral, the 15th century Franciscan monastery or the mighty Fortica fortress.

You can reach the Paklinski Otoci archipelago by water cab. Contrary to their name, the so-called Hell Islands are a true paradise on earth. Snorkeling, diving, sailing or relaxing hours at the beach club will turn your vacation into a true island dream.

Other excursion destinations on Hvar are Stari Grad Vrboska and Jelsa.

Die Stadt Makarska liegt in DalmatienDie Stadt Makarska liegt in Dalmatien

Central Dalmatia

MAKARSKA - the motorcyclist's dream

The town of Makarska on the Biokovo mountain range is a good starting point for motorcyclists to ride up the Sveti Jure mountain. The ride is adventurous, as the road is narrow and winding. However, if you saddle up early in the morning, you won't encounter any other vehicles on the way up. These are the biggest source of danger here, as the road gets very narrow in some places. It is therefore best to do without your side cases. Once you reach the top, you can enjoy the magnificent view, which stretches all the way to Bosnia-Herzegovina. Make sure you take advantage of a day with good weather, otherwise it will be too dangerous and you won't have the phenomenal view from the top that Sveti Jure can otherwise offer you.

The coastal town of Makarska itself is very popular. Of course, because the town offers wonderful beaches, is located directly on the Biokovo Nature Park and also has a beautiful old town with impressive buildings and many culinary highlights along the waterfront promenade.

Experience the motorcyclist's dream and ride along the Makarska Riviera, you will be amazed.

Trogir ist eine geschichtsträchtige Stadt in DalmatienTrogir ist eine geschichtsträchtige Stadt in Dalmatien

Central Dalmatia

TROGIR - the impregnable

Cross a bridge to reach the old town of Trogir. It impresses with its unmistakable wealth of historic buildings, which make up the special flair of the coastal town. The alleyways wind their way through the buildings and lead to John Paul II Square, which is surrounded by countless buildings of architectural and historical value. Discover churches, cathedrals, palaces, monasteries and a fortress - Trogir leaves a lasting impression.

Rund um die Insel Solta in Kroatien findest du herrliche SträndeRund um die Insel Solta in Kroatien findest du herrliche Strände

Central Dalmatia

ISLAND ŠOLTA - wild Croatia

You and your motorcycle can take the ferry from Split to Šolta. Discover the wild nature on a round trip through the island and explore the interesting island towns of Grohote, Stomorska, Maslinica, Necujam, Rogac, Gornja & Donja Krusica, Gornje Selo, Donje Selo, Srednje Selo and their beautiful beaches. The bays in the south of the island are particularly recommended.

Die Insel Vis liegt in Kroatien und ist für ihre tollen Strände bekanntDie Insel Vis liegt in Kroatien und ist für ihre tollen Strände bekannt

Central Dalmatia

VIS - the unknown dream island

The island of Vis has had to endure a lot in its history. Numerous occupations have left a lasting mark on the island, which is impressively demonstrated by countless military bases and fortifications. Due to its favorable location, it has always been hotly contested. This even went so far that Vis was referred to as the "forbidden" island, as foreigners were not allowed to enter. Only since the establishment of the Republic of Croatia has the previously unthinkable become possible. Now everyone can enjoy discovering this wonderful island. Fantastic bays invite you to relax, while the towns and villages on the island provide the necessary variety.

For culture vultures, the town of Vis has plenty to offer, including an archaeological site, many fortresses and former military bases (including a submarine base) and mysterious caves. Take at least a whole day for Vis, the wealth of activities is enormous. Vis has some very beautiful beaches and bays for relaxing.

Komiza lies at the foot of Mount Hum. The lively coastal town - like the whole island - is known for its wonderful bays and beaches, but also has some interesting buildings to offer, such as a three-storey palace and an old sardine factory.

The island of Bisevo is just a stone's throw away from the island of Vis. You can take a cab boat to the island, which is famous for its Blue Grotto. The mysterious Blue Cave of Bisevo is definitely worth a visit.

Other places on the island are sometimes only accessible via unpaved roads, but you will be rewarded with a visit to villages that are far away from the tourist hustle and bustle.

Auf der Insel Brela in Kroatien kan man wunderbar Urlaub machenAuf der Insel Brela in Kroatien kan man wunderbar Urlaub machen

Central Dalmatia

BRELA - Fantastic beaches with a postcard motif

Do you want your vacation photos to be the envy of your friends and family? Then the island of Brela is the place for you. Located directly on the Biokovo mountain range, it offers a fantastic backdrop. Conquer the winding roads of this 1,700-metre-high mountain range and then reward yourself with a magnificent view and a return trip to one of the paradisiacal beaches. Punta Rata beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and is located next to the famous Kamen Brela, a tree-covered rock that can be found on all postcards. If you and your motorcycle happen to be in the vicinity, Brela should definitely be on your itinerary.

Igrane liegt in Kroatien an der Makarska RivieraIgrane liegt in Kroatien an der Makarska Riviera

Central Dalmatia

IGRANE - picturesque village on the coast

On your motorcycle tour through the Makarska Riviera, you will pass the town of Igrane. Make a stopover, stroll along the popular beach promenade and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of this cozy vacation resort. There are several harbors in Igrane as well as several churches worth seeing and a fortified tower, which can also be visited. From the Church of St. Michael, you have a great view of the town of Igrane below.

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Central Dalmatia

IMOTSKI - City on the blue and red lake

The small town of Imotski behind the Biokovo Mountains is best known for its red and blue lakes and is a good place to pass through on a motorcycle.

The blue lake (Modro Jezero) dries out slowly until autumn, so that you can only see the muddy bottom. The red lake (Crveno Jezero) is Europe's deepest abyss, although its actual depth is not yet clear.

The ruins of the Topana fortress are also worth seeing.

Die Stadt Kastela liegt an der Küste in KroatienDie Stadt Kastela liegt an der Küste in Kroatien

Central Dalmatia

KASTELA - Defense line on the coastal strip

In Kastela, one historic fortress follows the next. There used to be a total of 13 forts here, 7 of which have been preserved to this day:

  • Kastel Stafilic in the north dates back to the 16th century. There is also a 1,500-year-old olive tree nearby.
  • Kastel Novi from 1512 next to a beautiful church with a large tower that is well worth a visit,
  • Kastel Stari from 1476, which was given a moat because of the many attacks at the time,
  • Kastel Luksic from the 15th century in Renaissance style,
  • Kambelovac Castle from the 16th century with its imposing tower,
  • Kastel Gomilica from the 16th century lies on an island which is connected to the mainland by a bridge,
  • Kastel Sucurac from 1392 is located in a picturesque part of town with small alleys and an old palace.

Wonderful pebble beaches with shady pine trees and three large gardens complete the overall picture of the town.

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