Cycling trails Dugi otok

Cycling trails Dugi otokCycling trails Dugi otok

Dugi otok is a paradise for bikers offering entry to places kept secret. So wear your helmet, fill the water bottle and prepare to bike Dugi otok.
The trails are both paved and off-road. Springtime riders will enjoy the perfumes of the wild flowers.

Some trip idea:

The lighthouse trail begins at our vacation rental Dugi otok .This paved trail takes cyclists on a quiet tour among the back roads of rural Dugi otok. This street was built to connect the villages to the important lighthouse, the highest of the Adriatic Sea. Cyclists enjoy the serene street with very few hills or grades. This is a pleasant trip for the whole family. At the lighthouse there is a camping area with two nice pebble beach. Trail users can cool off in the sea. – MAP

The Sakarun beach trail begins at our apartments Dugi otok. This trail is a popular path through the nature till Sakarun beach with emerald green waters. Sometimes paved, sometimes off road. This  breezy coastal ride showcases nature’s beauty. The path is along the sea which takes you to a promontory with spectacular views on the open sea. Often dolphins are playing in this area. This trail offers dynamic course for beginner- to intermediate-level cyclists. Riders can stop for refreshments at the two outdoor cafes. – MAP

The Verunic trail begins at our vacation rentals Dugi otok. It is a short off-road ride that offers scenic views till the sea on the other side of the hill. Farmers work on their land. Bring picnic with you and have a swim in the clear water. – MAP

The Verunic – Soline trail begins at our apartments Dugi otok. This paved trail passes the spectacular wreck where you should stop snorkelling and refreshing in the blue sea. – MAP

The Verunic –  Sali trail begins at Gorgonia apartments Dugi otok. Riding in this area offers intermediate to expert bicyclists scenic views from the open sea to one side and to the other the islands around Zadar. It is a long paved trail with many elevations.  It is the longest paved street of the island.