Hvar Cycling Experience

Cycling experience

Hvar cycling experience 2024

Cycling on the island of Hvar in Croatia is a fantastic experience, offering stunning landscapes, charming villages, and a mix of coastal and inland routes. A few years ago pro cycling team Bahrain organized their winter training camp on Hvar for several times.



14.12. Day 1– 18h meeting in Hotel Park

15.12. Day 2
8:00 Breakfast Hotel Park
10:00 Cycling- Hvar-Jelsa(coffee stop)-Hvar 3h
16:00 Run-8km easy

16.12. Day 3
8:00 Breakfast Hotel Park
10:30 Cycling-Lactate testing (Brusje hill intervals)
15:00 Swim-1500m Amfora beach

17.12 Day 4
8:00 Breakfast Hotel Park
Triatlon Group
10:30 Run- Lactate testing Starigrad
12:30 Swim-Starigrad bay (underwater filming)
Cycling group led by Dami Zupi
10:30 Cycling-3-4h Endurance
19:00 Educative presentation-Dinner-Hotel Park

18.12. Day 5
8:00 Breakfast Hotel Park
10:00 Cycling-Medium long bike 3h
Triathlon Group-Shorter bike + run with functional exercises education
17:00 Gym Education(optional)

19.12 Day 6
8:00 Breakfast Hotel Park
9:30 Cycling-Long Bike (Hvar-Sucuraj)
** every training you can decide to go shorter
19:00 Educational Presentation+ Dinner Hotel Park

20.12. Day 7
8:00 Breakfast Hotel Park

Some of the routes we did in 2023 edition: 


suggested road routes on hvar

Hvar Town to Stari Grad

Start in Hvar Town and head towards Stari Grad, the oldest town on the island.
The route takes you along the coastline, providing beautiful views of the Adriatic Sea.
Stari Grad itself is a picturesque town with a well-preserved historical center.

Jelsa to Vrboska Loop

Begin your ride in Jelsa and head towards Vrboska, passing through vineyards and olive groves. The route takes you along the northern coast, offering glimpses of the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic. Both Jelsa and Vrboska are charming towns with a relaxed atmosphere.

Sveta Nedjelja and the South Coast

Head towards the south coast of the island, making your way to Sveta Nedjelja. Sveta Nedjelja is known for its vineyards, and you can enjoy a scenic ride through the hills covered with grapevines. The south coast offers panoramic views of the sea and nearby islands.

Hvar to Humac

Start in Hvar Town and head towards the inland village of Humac. This route takes you through olive groves and lavender fields, providing a different perspective of the island’s beauty. Humac is a traditional Dalmatian village with stone houses and a unique rural atmosphere.

Stari Grad Plain

Explore the Stari Grad Plain, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its ancient Greek land division system. The plain is dotted with vineyards and olive groves and provides a tranquil cycling experience. Consider combining this with a visit to the nearby UNESCO-listed town of Stari Grad.

Note: Remember to check the condition of the roads, bring sufficient water, and be prepared for varying elevations, especially if you venture into the inland areas. Always adhere to local traffic rules and stay safe on the roads. 

Additionally, Hvar has a Mediterranean climate, so choose your cycling times to avoid the peak heat of the day, especially during the summer months.

BOOK your camp

Available date: 14.12 – 20.12.2024