From Ravno to Dubrovnik
The stretch between Ravno and Dubrovnik is the most remote of the three days so it is important to stock up on supplies before you head out. Keep your eyes out for signposts guiding you through the mountain range, and delivering you to the border crossing ”Ivanica” in between Bosnia and Croatia. Once in Croatia, our advise is to use the local road through the little village of Brgat. In any case enjoy the breezy descent down to Dubrovnik. Don’t Miss: Once in Dubrovnik, you have already reached the furthest location of our picking up service, it is recommended to keep the bikes for another day or two, so you can visit places around Dubrovnik such as the Pasjaca Beach in Konavle, the abandoned Communist Resort in Kupari or use the bikes to explore one of the islands around Dubrovnik such as: Kolocep, Lopud, Sipan or even Mljet National Park. Ferries are regular and cheap as well.
Check the route on the our map by changing the zoom, the speed (in the down left corner) or adapting the terrain (in the top right corner). To download the map just visit the web www.plotaroute.com. For more information, use the contact form:
Compatabile APPs on Google Play Store and Apple Store:
We highly recommend downloading the application MAPS.ME that can be easily integrated with our map. All you have to do is:
– Install MAPS.ME on your mobile device from your online Store
– Once on the page click ‘Menu’ on the top right corner of the Map, and select the option ‘Download’
– At this point it is Important to select the KML format and than click on ‘Download this Route‘
– Once downloaded in the right format, it will be automatically integrated in the App. Maps.Me and you will be able to follow the right route on the screen of your mobile device.
Route map for Ciro Trail Ravno-Dubrovnik 3rd Day by miran hasibovic on plotaroute.com