Thanks to the joint project of the Tourist Board of Split-Dalmatia County and the Cycling Association of Split-Dalmatia County, and 5 tourist boards of the island of Hvar, the island of Hvar welcomes the season with 470 kilometers and a total of 13 arranged, marked and mapped bike trails. Thus, the island of Hvar, after the Dalmatian hinterland, was the first on the coast to receive a bicycle map with technical descriptions and details, and this information can be found on the newly launched website www.dalmatia-bike.com , which is currently in beta and will soon be available in four languages.Director of the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board Joško Stella called joint projects destination management in action, which showed the importance of cooperation and coordination between county and island tourist boards, cities and municipalities, with the aim of bringing as many quality guests in pre-season and post-season. are just cyclists.I would especially like to emphasize the togetherness in the field, which is rarely seen, which in my opinion is the greatest value of this project, as well as future cooperation. Personally, I think that this is the key to the development of tourist destinations in the context of joint development through the promotion of the region, and not that each municipality or city is developed, positioned and branded separately. No city has such a capacity in content that the guest is active for more than a few days, while as a region it certainly can. Together they are stronger in every way, and it really means nothing to the guests. Guests want quality content and story and absolutely nothing represents the city this or that – they see the content and destination as Dalmatia, Slavonia, Istria, etc.…The president of the County Cycling Association, Denis Špadina, pointed out that he expressed satisfaction with the growth of cycling tourism in the county, since two years ago it did not have a single marked trail. Today, the figures show 70 2250-kilometer-long trails, seven official bicycle races and an annual income of 2m euros, and ambitious plans herald the approach of Istria, the leader in cycling tourism in Croatia.With bicycle maps of the island of Hvar and websites www.dalmatia-bike.com, the long-awaited brochure of the island of Hvar, also a joint project of five island tourist boards, was presented to the public. This brochure presents the island as a destination, and a circulation of 10 copies in five languages is currently being distributed.Everyone is invited to get involved in the project, design their offer, connect with each other and find ways to take advantage of the conditions for enriching the offer provided by this project. We all live from the same product, and that is tourism. Let’s get together and tell tourist stories together.