Tour Detail

“If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It’s lethal.” – Paulo Coelho


The first and last days mentioned in the itinerary are the departure and arrival days in and from Cluj Napoca.

In total around 4250 km,
In average between 200 km and 550 km daily.

The first and last days mentioned in the itinerary are the departure and arrival days in and from Cluj Napoca.



Choose the type of room in which you will be staying. If you are participating with a passenger, we recommend to choose a double room.

1 place in Double Room- 2640 Eur

Single room -3150 Eur

Passenger – 1950 Eur

If you are not participating with your own bike and you want to rent a motorcycle from us for this tour :

BMW R1250 GS -1350 Eur.


Orsova  is located on the shore of the Iron Gates I reservoir on the Danube, in the area where the Cerna River flows into the Danube.

This route passes through two national parks and mostly traverses the rural area of Serbia. The route does not have a high level of difficulty and does not include unpaved areas. However, due to its winding nature, it is also known as the Wine Road, as it crosses the most extensive vineyard areas in Serbia. It is not a route to be rushed, as the rural scenery of Serbia, seen from a motorcycle, provides a relaxing sensation. Riders can pay attention to the landscapes along the route, and there are numerous opportunities to stop and try the local cuisine.

It's a day with a truly spectacular route, both in Montenegro and Albania. The road runs along the edge of Lake Skadar for over 100 km, and towards the end of the day, we will reach the Adriatic coast in Albania, a country full of contrasts.

The first part introduces us to the chaos of the roads in Albania, while in the second part of the day, we will travel one of the most beautiful coastal roads in Albania. Saranda is the endpoint from where we will take the ferry to Greece.

On this day we'll be crossing into Greece by ferry. The crossing time is approximately one hour, and from the Greek port of Corfu to one of the most beautiful beaches in Corfu, there are only 20 km remaining.

It's a day of rest, allowing for a switch from motorcycles to motorboats. Here, an additional day will be spent exploring the island. This is highly recommended because Corfu offers a variety of roads that are perfect for motorcycles, although the travel speed is relatively slow due to the abundance of localities.

The return to the mainland will take approximately 45 minutes, after which we'll head towards Meteora and its famous monasteries. However, this is not the only highlight of the day. The road begins to ascend towards Mount Olympus, and the lack of heavy traffic will make motorcycle travel even more enjoyable. In the evening, we'll arrive at Meteora, where, in addition to the fascinating scenery unfolding very close to the visitor's eyes, Greek cuisine will entice you to linger long after sunset, savoring Greek wine and dishes.

Olympia  is a small town in Elis on the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece, famous for the nearby archaeological site of the same name. This site was a major  religious sanctuary of ancient Greece, where the ancient Olympic Games were held every four years throughout Classical antiquity, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD.  

The route on this journey is like a trip through time. The historical remnants left by the Greek people throughout the years can be easily observed.

Monemvasia is a significant point to visit in the Peloponnesian Islands but is often overlooked by most travelers in Greece. For this reason, a visit to this location should not be missed, and to all these, you can add the beauty of the landscape overlooking the Ionian Sea.

A day where we'll cross the Corinth Canal, and in the evening, we'll arrive in Athens, a city that needs no introduction.

Until the Corinth Canal crossing, the motorcycle journey is pleasant, but once we've crossed to the mainland of Greece, traffic congestion will become a factor.


Thessaloniki was the second largest and wealthiest city of the Byzantine Empire. It was conquered by the Ottomans in 1430 and remained an important seaport and multi-ethnic metropolis during the nearly five centuries of Turkish rule, and from the 16th to the 20th century was the only Jewish-majority city in Europe. It passed from the Ottoman Empire to the Kingdom of Greece on 8 November 1912. Thessaloniki exhibits Byzantine architecture, including numerous Paleochristian and Byzantine monuments, a World Heritage Site, as well as several RomanOttoman and Sephardic Jewish structures.

Buzludzha is a historical peak in the Central Balkan MountainsBulgaria. The mountain is located to the east of the Shipka Pass near the town of Kazanlak and is a site of historical importance. The peak is 1,432 metres  high.] It was renamed to Hadzhi Dimitar in 1942 but remains popularly known as Buzludzha. The summit is limestone and granite. Its slopes are covered with grassy vegetation.


GMA organizes the round-trip motorcycle transport service for an extra fee.

Assistance of a GMA experienced guide on a motorbike.

Support car for luggages

Basic maintenance if necessary but remember that your motorbike is your responsibility.

Accommodation in min 3* hotels, guesthouses and b&b in twin or triple rooms. Uppon request you can choose single room for an additional fee of 65 EUR/night


Included in the price.

Pictures and after movie from entire adventure will be received by every participant

Each participant will receive a personalized GMA T-shirt, stickers, a detailed program, and the GPX route for entire journey.

Great Moto Adventures (GMA) will organize training and skills  sessions for the bikers participating to  the adventure. These sessions will be designed to ensure that each participant has the appropriate level of experience and skills to handle the route and the varied conditions encountered along the way.

Technical Motorcycle Rider Assessment: Participants will be evaluated on their riding skills. This may include assessing the number of years they’ve been riding, the types of motorcycles they are familiar with, and their prior experience with long-distance riding.

Training Requirements: Depending on the skill levels and experience of the participants, there may be recommended or required training sessions before the adventure.

Motorcycle Inspection: Each participant’s motorcycle will be advised with a checklist for motorbike  to ensure it is in good mechanical condition and suitable for the adventure. This implies checking tires, brakes, lights, and other critical components ,to a authorised motorbike service .

Navigation Skills Testing: Participants will be tested on their ability to follow pre-established routes, interpret maps, and use GPS navigation systems.

Mechanical Skills Examination: Participants’ knowledge of motorcycle maintenance and repair will be assessed to ensure they can handle minor technical issues on the route.

Emergency Preparedness: Participants will be briefed on emergency procedures and they will receive a training from an authorised person for the first aid.

GMA will provide advice and resources to help participants improve their skills before the trip to ensure that all participants can safely and confidently face the challenges of the adventure

For GMA, the safety of the participants in the adventure is the top priority. At the same time, we want to create a close group before embarking on the journey to the end of the world, where each participant feels like they are part of this adventure. As you know well, GMA doesn’t organize just guided tour, GMA organizes adventures that may be the adventure of a lifetime , and we want you to feel like you are an integral part of this adventure.



Daily times are calculated based on distances and the difficulty of the road.

The GMA team will consider the level of each participant, and daily road sections will be adapted so that they can be covered by each participant in this adventure. 

It goes without saying that route modifications may occur, but these changes are part of our adventure.

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