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Approximately 4½ Hours
Begin with a drive eastward through the lovely countryside of Zupa Dubrovacka (the Parish of Dubrovnik) and the picturesque villages of Kupari, Srebreno, Mlini and Plat.
Take in the scenery of the Konavle Valley, Croatia's southernmost region, shaped by the hills bordering Bosnia-Herzegovina in the north and northeast. Cliffs, coves and capes extend from Prevlaka and Molunat in the far south to Cavtat. This area of 33 villages is renowned for its traditional stone architecture, lush greenery and, above all, its rich cultural tradition in handicrafts. Strong ties to the Republic of Dubrovnik fostered the prosperity of this fertile farming area and bountiful oasis. Its name comes from the Latin canales, due to the numerous channels providing potable water from Vodovadja village to Cavtat.
Your bike riding adventure begins in the village of Gruda, located in the center of the valley.
You will ride through the picturesque Konavle fields, brimming with vineyards, olive groves and orchards, and cross the bridges over the Konavocica and Ljuta Rivers. Stop on the riverbank for photos and refreshments.
Travel time to the bike center is approximately 45 minutes each way. The course is mainly flat, with a few short uphill sections. A 30- to 40-minute break will be taken en route. Minimum age is 12 years.