Discover the allure of Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Korčula, and Mljet islands
Experience the unique blend of boat and bike exploration
Forge unforgettable memories with fellow adventurers
Traverse picturesque paths offering views of lavender fields, coastline, olive groves, and more
Unveil the best of Croatia — from verdant islands to the azure Adriatic Sea
Your adventure begins in the bustling city of Split. After checking in, we set sail for the beautiful island of Brač. As we cruise, enjoy lunch on board and prepare for your first cycling tour. Once we dock in Supetar, you’ll mount your bike and pedal along the scenic coastal road to the island’s northern part.
This route takes you through charming fishing villages like Splitska and Postira, where you can soak in the local culture. Your day’s journey concludes in Pučišča, a settlement renowned for its stonemasonry tradition. Spend the afternoon exploring the village at your leisure before settling in for the night.
Length: 25 km | Total ascend: 380 m | Highest point: 90 m
Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 2/5
Wake up to a hearty breakfast before we set sail for Hvar, the longest Croatian island. As we cruise, enjoy picturesque views of the Biokovo mountain range. Once we dock in the charming Pokrivenik Bay, you’ll start your cycling tour.
The route takes you up to the highest point of the day’s journey before descending to Sućuraj, where our ship awaits. After a well-deserved lunch on board, we’ll cruise towards Pelješac, the second-largest Croatian peninsula, where you’ll spend the night.
Breakfast, Lunch, Captain’s dinner
Length: 32 km | Total ascend: 450 m | Highest point: 350 m
Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 3/5
Today’s cycling tour is a treat for wine lovers. After breakfast, you’ll pedal through a route that offers breathtaking views of the Korčula archipelago. Starting from Kučište, you’ll head towards Orebić, a city known for its seafarers.
The initial part of your ride will have you ascending and descending, providing you with unique viewpoints of the surrounding landscape. After Orebić, you’ll ascend to the vineyard area, famous for its Croatian wine varieties. You’ll cross the Dingač tunnel to the south side of Pelješac and continue your ride through the vineyards to Trstenik, where you’ll spend the night.
Length: 30 km | Total ascend: 800 m / 580 m | Highest point: 540 m
Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 4/5
While enjoying your breakfast on board, we’ll cruise from Trstenik to Mljet island, also known as Honey-island due to its lush greenery. The island is home to the stunning Mljet National Park, a unique and charming area featuring two connected saltwater lakes, diverse flora, a jagged coastline, cliffs, numerous islets, and always green plants.
You’ll get the chance to cycle around the saltwater lake, which is home to another island featuring the Benedictine monastery dating back to the 12th century. You can take a refreshing dip in the saltwater lakes before returning to the boat for lunch. In the afternoon, you’ll cruise towards Korčula, where you’ll have leisure time to explore the town of Marco Polo before settling in for the night.
Length: 18 km | Total ascend: 120 m | Highest point: 45 m
Surface: 80% paved, 20% macadam road | Difficulty level: 1/5
After breakfast, you’ll embark on the longest stage of the week, taking you across the entire island of Korčula. You’ll start by ascending to the picturesque Žrnovo village and then to Pupnat, the oldest settlement on the island and the highest point of the route. As you descend towards the south side of Korčula, you’ll ride through one of the most stunning bays of the island, surrounded by cliffs.
You’ll pass numerous olive groves and vineyards that produce one of the most famous grape varieties, Pošip. You’ll take a short break in the charming village of Smokvica and then continue your ride to Vela Luka, where you’ll spend the night.
Length: 55 km | Total ascend: 750 m | Highest point: 340 m
Start your day with a cruise to Hvar town, one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations. Once there, you’ll cycle to Stari Grad, passing through fragrant lavender fields and ancient olive groves.
The route offers stunning views of the Adriatic Sea and the Pakleni Islands. After reaching Stari Grad, you’ll have the afternoon free to explore this UNESCO-protected town, known for its rich history and well-preserved Greek agricultural landscape.
Bike Course 1: Hvar – Stari Grad
Length: 23 km | Total ascend: 450 m | Highest point: 410 m
Bike Course 2: Stari Grad – Jelsa – Vrboska – Stari Grad
Length: 22 km | Total ascend: 110 m | Highest point: 85 m
Surface: 85% paved, 15% macadam road | Difficulty level: 1/5
In the morning, we’ll cruise to the stunning island of Šolta. Once there, you’ll cycle from Stomorska to Gornje Selo, a route that offers a unique blend of sea and inland views. You’ll pass through olive groves and vineyards, and you’ll have the chance to taste local products like honey, wine, and olive oil.
After returning to Stomorska, we’ll cruise back to Split. Spend your last afternoon exploring the city’s historic center, including the UNESCO-protected Diocletian’s Palace.
Length: 36 km | Total ascend: 450 m | Highest point: 135 m
Savor your final moments on board, enjoying breakfast and bidding farewell to your fellow adventurers. As you disembark in Split, take with you the unforgettable memories of the stunning landscapes, charming towns, and warm Croatian hospitality you’ve experienced on this unique bike and boat tour.
If you wish to extend your holidays and explore Croatia on land, we can always add some days ahead or after the cruise. Just let us know how much you want to lengthen your holidays and which activities you are interested in, and we can prepare a personalized itinerary for you.
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7 nights / 8 days in DBL or TWN cabin
Three course lunches OR dinners (7 meals)
Captain’s dinner on board (1x)
Professional English/German speaking bike guide onboard
Daily cabin service*
Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen*
Olive oil and wine tasting on board*
Afternoon tea and coffee*
Visitor’s tax and port fees (60€/person/cruise) – OBLIGATORY SUPPLEMENT
Bike handling (10€/person/week) – OBLIGATORY SUPPLEMENT
Because of specific mooring requirements of some Croatian ports, our ships are docked side by side. This means that passengers will need to cross from one ship to another, with small gaps in between, to get to the shore. It’s important for passengers to be cautious and cross at their own risk. Our crew members are available to assist those who need it.
Venture on a journey that blends the thrill of cycling with the serenity of sailing with our Dalmatia Bike and Boat Tour. This unique expedition takes you through the heart of Croatia’s stunning islands and coastal towns, starting from and returning to the vibrant city of Split.
You’ll find yourself cycling through landscapes that seem to have jumped out of a postcard, with each turn revealing a new picturesque scene. From the sun-kissed beaches of Brač to the lavender fields of Hvar, every moment is a feast for the senses.
The tour isn’t just about the natural beauty of Croatia. It’s also a journey through history and culture. You’ll get to explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, wander through the ancient streets of Korčula, and discover the unique traditions of each island.
Our experienced guides will accompany you throughout the journey, sharing their local knowledge and ensuring your comfort and safety. You’ll reside in comfortable cabins on the boat, your floating hotel that offers a unique perspective of the Croatian coast. It’s a place to unwind, savor delicious local cuisine as part of our half-board offering, and share stories with fellow adventurers.
With an average daily cycling distance of nearly 30 kilometers, this tour strikes the perfect balance between adventure and relaxation. It’s not just a holiday but an experience that will leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime. So, come aboard and let the magic of Croatia captivate you.
These newly constructed, contemporary mini deluxe ships range from 35 to 41 meters in length. They offer a generous sun deck, a comfortably air-conditioned salon, a cozy lounge area, and cabins measuring between 8 to 14 square meters. The cabins are equipped with either double or twin beds, along with amenities such as a hairdryer and a safety deposit box.
These steel-hulled vessels blend a traditional aesthetic with modern features. They provide comfortable accommodations in air-conditioned cabins, each with its own spacious en-suite bathroom. The cabins are equipped with either double or twin beds, and guests can also find a hairdryer and a safety deposit box for added convenience. These premium vessels range from 29 to 35 meters in length, with cabin sizes ranging from 8 to 14 square meters.
These wooden vessels offer air-conditioned cabins with private shower and toilet facilities. The cabins primarily feature bunk beds to maximize space. Additionally, guests can enjoy the comfort of an air-conditioned salon area.
Croatia has a Mediterranean climate along the coast and a continental climate inland. Pack light clothing for summer months and warmer clothing for winter. A swimsuit, sunblock, and a hat are musts for the sunny beaches. Comfortable walking shoes are essential for exploring historic cities.
Croatia is considered very safe for tourists. However, like anywhere, it’s good to stay aware of your surroundings, especially in busy tourist areas.
Croatia is part of the European Union, so many visitors won’t need a visa for short stays. It’s best to check the current visa requirements with your local Croatian embassy if you want to be 100% sure.
The best time to visit depends on what you want to do. The warmest months are July and August, perfect for beach holidays. However, May, June, and September offer pleasant weather and fewer crowds.
Croatia recently switched to Euros (EUR) at the start of 2023. Therefore, you won’t need to exchange them for Kunas anymore. Credit cards are widely accepted, but it’s worth carrying some cash for smaller establishments.
We strive to provide the utmost flexibility and tailor our tours to meet your specific needs. That’s why we work with various accommodations of the same quality to accommodate different preferences, budgets, and availability, especially during peak seasons. You can rest assured we will inform you well in advance about all the details regarding your stay.
We believe in giving our guests the freedom to choose their dining experiences, as everyone has different preferences. You have the liberty to select restaurants that cater to your taste and dietary requirements. We can certainly provide recommendations and even assist with reservations at specific restaurants upon request. Our knowledgeable guides are also more than happy to suggest excellent dining options. There is absolutely no way you will go hungry throughout the journey!
The availability of restaurant options may vary depending on the severity of your dietary restrictions. Most restaurants readily offer vegetarian meals. However, finding vegan or gluten-free options, especially in suburban areas, smaller towns, or villages, can be more challenging. While specific dishes may not be listed on menus for more specialized diets, you can always contact restaurants in advance or inquire on-site about accommodating your dietary needs.
We craft each itinerary from scratch based on your expectations and the type of holiday you desire. The itineraries showcased on our website serve as inspiration, providing a glimpse of what we can create. Once we’ve had our initial conversation, our dedicated travel expert will start designing a customized itinerary tailored specifically to your preferences.
We understand that every traveler has different preferences and may desire personal time during the journey. Therefore, most of our tours are self-guided, meaning you do them at your own pace, so what you’ll do is only up to you. Our priority is to ensure that every guest feels comfortable and has the opportunity to fully enjoy their time in Croatia, making the most of the tour while allowing for personal moments.
Absolutely! We understand that as time goes on, you may come up with new ideas and desires. Depending on availability, we are more than happy to incorporate any additional experiences or services you wish to include. Our goal is to ensure your journey is as personalized and enjoyable as possible, accommodating your evolving preferences throughout the planning process.
A private tour offers the freedom and flexibility to tailor your itinerary according to your preferences and requirements. With a dedicated driver guide and exclusive transfers, everything is customized solely for you. This grants you greater control over your time, schedule, and overall experience, without the need to conform to a larger group. Whether you are traveling solo or with loved ones, opting for a guided private tour provides opportunities for additional stops, spontaneous additions, and on-the-go changes, as long as they align with the carefully prepared and organized itinerary. This ensures that you can enjoy a worry-free vacation.
When we say “small,” we truly mean it. Our tour groups are limited to 4-8 individuals, ensuring an intimate and immersive experience of Croatia, free from the inconveniences of large busloads. This setup is perfect for solo travelers, couples, and small groups of friends and family eager to share their journey with like-minded individuals. Our boutique tour requires a minimum of 4 participants to operate, and it includes a dedicated tour leader, meticulously arranged accommodations and activities, as well as comfortable transportation. If your group exceeds this size, please reach out to us, and we will be happy to arrange a different option for you.
For those seeking flexibility and independence, we offer tours tailored to your preferences while leaving the adventure of transportation in your hands. You will receive a comprehensive fly & drive itinerary that includes activities, accommodations, and travel tips, supported by our team in case of emergencies or any concerns you may have. As you explore Slovenia, you have the freedom to navigate on your own terms. If desired, we can assist in arranging a car rental or even a campervan for your convenience.
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