The Adriatic Highway is a road that stretches along the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea and is part of the European route E65. The road passes through Croatia, with smaller stretches through Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, and ends at the Montenegro-Albania border.

Over 650km of hairpins, switchbacks, dips, and dives, make up this amazing ride. With glorious blue, green seas to one side and mountains to the other.

Places to stay line the Adriatic Highway for most of its length. Motels are commonly found between towns, as well as guest houses and hotels. These are for the most part very affordable and of good quality. Coastal campsites can also be found, or for the adventurous wild camping is possible outside of built-up areas. The many islands that dot the coastline make great places to stay, as do the towns, in particular Split and DubrovnikStay a while and soak in the culture and stunning natural beauty.

Restaurants and cafes are also easily found along the route. However, it would be a crime to ride this stunning road and not try the local seafood. Mussels in particular are certainly worth checking out. Simple and delicious, eating mussels ‘buzara’ as the sun sets into the sea is an experience to remember.

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