Combination of luxury boat cruise of the islands of Croatia on bikes and E-bikes. Explore the Croatian in best possible way. Taking you to beautiful beaches where you can jump off to swim in the sea.
What to Expect
1st day (Sat) Trogir (Embarkation) - Rogoznica
Individual arrival by car to Trogir or by plane to Split airport, which is about 3 mi./ 5 km away from the harbour of Trogir. After the check in on the motor yacht (between 14 and 14.30 pm) we leave Trogir around 15 pm. During the crossing to Rogoznica the fresh sea breeze can be enjoyed. Later in the afternoon there is time to adjust the bicycles.
2nd day (Sun) Rogoznica – Vodice – Slanica – Nature Park Telašcica (approx. 15 mi./ 23 km)
In the morning the boat takes us to Vodice. We go for our first bike ride starting at the popular resort and soon we cross the bridge to the island of Murter. In Slanica, in the Northwest of the island the boat awaits us for the cross over to the island of Dugi Otok. On our way we pass the National Park Kornati - an archipelago in crystal clear water which is known for its rich underwater world. Our destination is the deeply incised Telašćica Bay. In the local nature park the Mir salt lake is situated. At the end of the day we take a short hike to the impressive cliffs.
3rd day (Mon) Islands of Dugi Otok and Molat (approx. 23 mi + 11 mi./ 38 km + 18 km by bike)
From the park we cycle across the almost traffic-free island of Dugi Otok until we finally reach the pine forest, agave and tamarisk bay of Božava. From there the boat takes us to the flower island of Molat. We explore the island on a short cycle tour. Today’s night is spent in the quiet port of the island.
4th day (Tue) Zadar and the Islands of Ugljan and Pašman (approx. 18 mi./ 30 km by bike)
During breakfast the boat cruises to Zadar. The city was the political, cultural and spiritual centre of Dalmatia for centuries. We take an extensive walk through the streets of the lively old town. 3,000 years of history left its imprint on the character of this town. After lunch we cross the Zadar channel to Preko on Ugljan Island. From there we cycle to Tkon on the island of Pasman. Recently the two islands have been connected by a bridge. Along the east coast we experience the beautiful ocean views and the opposite mainland. The boat picks us up from Tkon and takes us to Biograd where we stay for the night.
5th day (Wed) Biograd – Vodice – Šibenik- Skradin (approx. 34 mi./ 55 km)
The day starts with a bike ride around the Vraner Lake. Our destination is the seaside resort of Vodice. The Vrana Lake is the largest freshwater reservoir in Dalmatia and offers numerous migratory birds a welcome resting place. In Vodice we have lunch on board. Afterwards the boat takes us to Šibenik at the river mouth Krka in the Adria. The Cathedral of St. James is a UNESCO World Heritage site – known as the most beautiful religious building of the Adriatic Coast. However, also the old town of Šibenik is well worth a visit. For our night stay the boat moves a bit further to Skradin and anchors at the entrance of the National Park.
6th day (Thu) Skradin – Krka-Waterfalls – Island Zlarin (approx. 19 + 6 mi./ 31 + 10 km)
After breakfast another wonderful cycle tour starts from Skradin through the national park of Krka. We cycle through the well-wooded valleys to the lake of Visovac on the upper part of the river Krka. A swim stop is welcome. On calm trails we pass several small villages until we return to Skradin. After lunch it is time to discover the unique naturally waterfalls of the national park of the Krka-Canyon. Later on in the afternoon the boat crosses over to the coral island of Zlarin.
7th day (Fri) Primošten - Trogir (approx. 28 mi./ 45 km)
In the morning we cruise to Primošten. From here we cycle through the hinterland passing small villages, all the way to Trogir. Many magical views of the town and the island of Čiovo invite for short breaks and taking pictures. The afternoon offers enough time for a stroll through the world cultural heritage old town of Trogir. After dinner we round our eventful trip with a cosy come-together with crew and tour guides.
8th day (Sat) Disembarkation at Trogir
After breakfast disembarkation until 9 am and individual trip home or extended stay in Croatia.
- 8-day-trip on a motor yacht with a crew
- 7 nights in a double cabin below deck with shower/toilet
- 7 x breakfast, 6 x lunch, 6 x dinner
- Guided cycling tours as described in itinerary
- Overview-maps for the daily tours (on board)
- Bed linen and towels
- Entrance fees of the National parks (group visits only)
- Plus-tour specials
- English-speaking tour guide
What's Not Included
- Journey to Trogir
- Taxi transfer from the airport of Split or Zadar to the ship in Trogir
- Water flat rate, Visitor’s tax and local charges 40 euro/adults or 20 euro/children up to age 16 (to be paid to the captain)
- Drinks on board (tally sheet, paid to the captain)
- Tips for crew and tour guides
- Surcharge for a cabin on deck: 100 euro/person (on request)
- ½ double cabin can be booked (on request, reservation required)
- Surcharge for a single cabin below deck: 300 euro (on request)
- Surcharge for a single cabin on deck: 400 euro (on request)
- Rental bike: 21-gear hybrid bicycle with Ortlieb pannier: 70 euro; e-bike (i:SY Flyer Eco) 8-hub gear with Ortlieb pannier: 140 Euro
- Insurance against theft and damage of the 21-gear rental bicycle: 10 euro/week or of the e-bike: 20 euro/week (not insured: deliberate damages)
- A safe parking space: 40 euro (to be paid on-site)
- Additional night (B&B) near Trogi
The meeting point is in Harbor in Trogir
Know Before You Go
The bike tours require a basic level of fitness from participants, which they should have acquired from steady cycling. The cycling tours fit in equal measure to cyclists with hybrid bikes or E-bikes. If a rental bike is used, you are kindly requested to decide either on a hybrid bike or an E-bike before commencement of travel. T You are free to set aside a half or full day to swim or spend on board the boat, instead of taking a planned bike-tour. We will traverse mostly asphalted roads, which are rarely traveled on outside the holiday seasons. Each day you can either decide to bike alone, using the information and maps provided, or join the tour guides. Helmets use is mandatory on all cycling tours. You are strongly encouraged to bring your own well-fitted helmet. Rental helmets are available on board in limited number (on request).