Enduro touring along the heavenly Adriatic coast (Motorhome/Hotel)

Lonely landscapes, lovely bays and unsurpassed hospitality.

After the successful start of the Danube-Altmühltal Tour Motorhome, I thought that our Istria Tour might also be interesting for motorhome travellers.

Of course, it is also possible to join the tour without a camper van; in this case, we have provided a 4-star hotel right next to the campsite.

With its overwhelming hilly landscapes, Istria reminds of Tuscany. Enchantingly embedded at the upper edge of the Adriatic Sea and framed by the foothills of the Alps, a charming landscape opens up to us - that is just perfect for enduro touring.

The numerous lonely bays and fjord-like sea arms cut deep into the land are characteristic for Istria with its extraordinarily hospitable population. 

In the interior of Istria, we find mostly untouched landscapes with lonely paths and trails that take us to many scienic highlights and mysterious places. 

We start our days tours from our hotel or campsite. On adventurous routes (also once a part of the Istria Rally) we drive through partly primeval wooded hilly landscape to a ghost town.

Off-road tour
Tour information
29.05. - 04.06.2022 Hotel
29.05. - 04.06.2022 Wohnmobil
05.06. - 11.06.2022 Hotel
05.06. - 11.06.2022 Wohnmobil
25.09. - 01.10.2022 Hotel
25.09. - 01.10.2022 Wohnmobil

Approx. 800 km

Route profile:
Enduro touring for single or twin cylinder enduros with knobby tyres.


Tour with Hotel:
EUR 940 for driver
EUR 525 for accompanying Person without motorcyle
EUR 125 single room surcharge

Tour with Campsite:

EUR 550 for driver

(the fee for the campsite is not included!)


  • Guidance and assistance during the entire tour for all participants
  • 6 nights in double room with breakfast for bookings with htel

Not included:
Fuel, meals and snacks during the day, drinks, toll and entrance fees, Tourist tax 1 Euro per person / per day

For bookings at the campsite:
No breakfast, plus campsite fee (approx. 22 euros/per day incl. electricity plus visitor's tax).


Tour guide:
Hermann Knoblich