first_img“We chose Istria because it offers ideal conditions for cycling. The routes include beautiful places, excellent infrastructure, as well as facilities for cyclists. In addition, the destination itself is made up of its people, and the overall impression of the participants will provide an unforgettable cycling experience”, Said Miholjevic. Under the slogan “Ride Your Limits”, Istria300 will turn Poreč into a mecca of world cycling. It is a race that offers ideal conditions for facing great sporting challenges in the middle of picturesque Istrian landscapes on closed roads. Davor Brenko, vice president of sales and marketing at Valamar Riviera, which supports this large project, believes that the main levers for the development of bike tourism are the creation of content and offers for cyclists. “The configuration of the terrain in Istria, the excellent infrastructure and the facilities of our hotels adapted to active guests and professional athletes are the basis for the development of a great cycling tourist offer. At Valamar Riviera, we strategically develop the destinations in which we operate using our resources and their full potential in order to offer our guests exactly what they are looking for.”. Istria300 is a new sporting event for ambitious cycling enthusiasts from all over the world with striking cycling routes that pass through some of the most beautiful Istrian roads and the most spectacular locations that will provide participants with a cycling experience of a lifetime. This international cycling event is organized by Vladimir Miholjević, a former Croatian cyclist, and Julius Rupitsch, the organizer of the prestigious Austrian mountain race Großglockner Berglauf, reports Voice of Istria. Istria300 cycling routes However, Istria300 “only” is one of the important events of this four-day cycling event. From October 8 to 11, 2020, Istria300 Expo will offer those interested the cycling heart could wish for. Exciting lectures, as well as a special family program will complete this event in Poreč. All participants start and end the ride in Poreč, and during the ride they decide on the desired distance. They can choose between the entire 300-kilometer route, or switch to a 235- or 155-kilometer route while driving. More information about the race can be found HERE. The Mayor of Poreč, Loris Peršurić, and the Director of the Poreč Tourist Board, Nenad Velenik, agree that another motive for the arrival of visitors has been created for next October, which prolongs the tourist season. Source / photo: Valamar Riviera; Voice of Istrialast_img

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