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Are you a bicyclist and would like to visit Croatia in an original way? Our biking cruise are the ideal for you! Take your suitcase and join our cruise. From port to port, our guides will drive you through the Dalmatian islands! With some strenght and will you will reach every daily goal. 
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Island Hopping by Bicycle through Central & Southern
DALMATIA with Island of Vis & Rafting on Cetina River (TV)

1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Legenda: white lines: ship cruising; green lines: bike tours

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; half board according to the route description; snack at embarkation, Captain's Dinner, guide throughout the cruise (a guide to 20 people, two tour guides with more than 20 people), bike rental (helmet on request, please specify when booking), guided by experienced bike guides; olive oil tasting on Solta, guided rafting tour on the Cetina river, city tour of Split; city tour of Trogir


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Island Hopping by Bicycle through Central & Southern DALMATIA with Island of Vis & Rafting on Cetina River
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
day description
Saturday
18,6 km
medium
From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir, our bicycles are awaiting you already on board. Our representatives and guides will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!”, heading towards Maslinica – the village is named after the Croatian olive tree (“Maslina”) – on the island of Šolta. Šolta is one of the smaller Dalmatian islands and is known among connoisseurs for the high quality dark olive oil. We will ride through traditional old villages: Lower Village, Middle Village, Upper Village – that’s how the three villages on the island are called (Donje, Srednje, Gornje Selo). In Gornje Selo, we will visit an olive oil mill, where we will enjoy olive oil tasting as well. In Stomorska, we load our bikes on deck, and after lunch on board, we head for Milna on the island of Brač for overnight stay

Sunday
55,5 km
hard
Today we will cross the island of Brač, from north to south – our destination is the resort of Bol, with one of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean area, the Zlatni Rat (the Golden Horn). The route takes us from Milna through Ložišća, Nerežišća and Gornji Humac to Bol – on the road, we will have lunch and enjoy a glass of wine in a typical Dalmatian “Konoba”. Those who after riding uphill to the height of some 500 m above sea level, are aiming even higher, can join us “mountaineering” all the way up to the Vidova Gora mountain – with its 778 meters the highest mountain on the Adriatic islands. You will be rewarded with a magnificent view over the islands of Šolta, Hvar and Korčula, the peninsula of Pelješac and the “Golden Horn” beach. Dinner and overnight stay in the picturesque harbour of Bol.

Monday
42,2 km
hard
During breakfast, we sail to Stari Grad on the island of Hvar. Hvar is the Adriatic island with the most hours of sunshine and the mildest climate. Our first today’s bike trip leads us via Vrbanj and Jelsa to Vrboska, and back to Stari Grad. Sightseeing of Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island. You can have lunch in one of the restaurants in Stari Grad. After lunch, you can decide either to continue by boat, or to ride a bicycle through endless fields of lavender and vineyards via Selca to the capital Hvar, where in the afternoon we will meet our ship again. Dinner on board. Due to the large number of ships and yachts, it may be crowded in the small harbour of Hvar; therefore the captain may decide to moor in a nearby cove, instead of spending the night in Hvar.

Tuesday
31,7 km
hard
After breakfast we set sail and head towards the “forbidden” island of Vis. Under socialist rule there was a major military base on the island, therefore foreigners were not allowed to visit. As part of the democratization of the country, the military has withdrawn, and on the former runway of the military airport now wine is cultivated. Vis is a subtropical paradise with widely unspoiled nature. Upon arrival at the port of Vis we continue by bicycle to the second major city on the island – Komiža. Time for lunch in Komiža, and then we will ride back to Vis. Dinner on board. Overnight stay in the harbour of Vis.

Wednesday
48,3 km
hard
“Cast off!” early in the morning, and after about three hours cruise, we will run into the bay of Vela Luka on the island of Korčula. The island – its antique name is Korkyra – is also called “the Black Island”, due to its vast pine forests. Past Blato, Smokvica, Čara, Pupnat and Žrnovo, our route takes us to the town of Korčula, in the south-east of the island. We will circumnavigate the toughest gradients on small local roads. On the way we will stop at a “Konoba” or a tavern. Dinner is served on board, with a magnificent view on the stunning backdrop of the old town of Korčula. Overnight stay in Korčula.

Thrusday
18,8 km
medium
We leave Korčula and enjoy the view over the Old Town in the morning sun, while heading north-west towards our next destination – past the peninsula of Pelješac and the islands of Hvar and Brač, towards the mainland. We tie up at the port of Omiš, a small town at the mouth of the Cetina river. In thousands of years the Cetina river shaped a canyon and created bizarre formations in the stone of the riverbed. The crystal clear water, the high cliffs – up to 180 m –, the waterfalls and lakes offer sights of an unspoilt nature. By bike we ride inland, through the river canyon. We ride along the river Cetina to Pavića Most. While the bikes are brought back to the boat in Omiš by minibus, we continue our tour with large inflatable boats. Of course, before starting our rafting tour and after an energy snack, we will receive the appropriate equipment, and the boats will be steered by experienced skippers. The rafting trip will last approx. 3 hours and take us downriver to the mills “Radmanove Mlinice”. Transfer from Radmanove Mlinice to Omiš; from there we continue by motorized sailing boat to Split. Dinner on board and overnight stay in the port of Split (approx. 19 km). Those who do not wish to participate in the rafting tour can ride a bike from Pavića Most to Omiš.

Friday
18,7 km
easy
Split is Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 year old city was built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian; today it is protected by the UNESCO. After a city tour, we take a bike ride onto the mountain Marjan. We return to our ship, and load our bicycles on deck for the last time. We return to Trogir after lunch and after the last swimming break in one of the coves of the island of Čiovo. In the evening we will enjoy the unique atmosphere of the old town of Trogir, with its narrow alleys and courtyards, and perhaps we will even listen to a Dalmatian “Klapa” intoning their songs. Overnight stay at the Riva of Trogir.

Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.

Island Hopping by Bicycle through Central &
Southern Dalmatia with Dubrovnik (TD)

1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Legenda: white lines: ship cruising; green lines: bike tours

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; half board according to the route description; snack at embarkation, Captain's Dinner, guide throughout the cruise (a guide to 20 people, two tour guides with more than 20 people), bike rental (helmet on request, please specify when booking), guided by experienced bike guides; olive city tour of Dubrovnik; city tour of Trogir


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Island Hopping by Bicycle through Central & Southern Dalmatia with Dubrovnik1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
day description
Saturday
24,9 km
easy
From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir, our bicycles are awaiting you already on board. Our representatives and guides will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack “Cast off!”, heading towards Supetar on the island of Brač, the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea. Brač is also known for its white limestone, which is mined here – buildings all over the world, including the White House in Washington, or the Reichstag in Berlin, are built out of it. After arriving in Supetar we take our bikes and ride over Splitska and Postira to Pučišća. Overnight stay in the Port of Pučišća.

Sunday
44 km
hard
After breakfast, we leave the island of Brač and head towards Pelješac, the second largest peninsula in Croatia. In Lovište, a small town tucked in a bay on the north-western end of the peninsula, we unload the bikes and ride past Viganj and Kučište to Orebić. Orebić is the capital of the peninsula and is located at the foot of Mount Sveti Ilija (961 m). From here, we will enjoy a magnificent view over the sea and the island of Korčula. In Orebić, you will have the choice to return to the ship, or to continue the bike tour, through the wine regions of Postup and Dingač, all the way to Trstenik, where we will spend the night.

Monday
38,7 km
medium
We will ride our bikes to the small town of Žuljana, where there is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic Sea. We then continue to Ston and Mali Ston, two villages connected by an impressive wall. The wall was built in the 14th Century; it is 5.5 kilometres long, hence, the second-longest in the world. There is also the oldest and largest saline (marine salt works) of the entire Mediterranean area, which was built before Christ. Mali Ston is widely known for its mussel and oyster farming. After a break in Ston, our tour takes us 3 km back to Prapratno, where we will board our ship and sail to the Elafiti Islands. Overnight stay in Šipanska Luka on the island of Šipan.

Tuesday
10,7 km
easy
The Elafiti archipelago consists of thirteen islands and islets, of which only three are inhabited – Šipan, Lopud and Koločep. The islands used to be the summer residence of the Dubrovnik aristocracy, and you may still admire many magnificent mansions. Today’s short bike ride takes us from Šipanska Luka to Suđurađ on the island of Šipan. From here we will cruise to Dubrovnik, where we will arrive at lunchtime. After lunch on board, you will enjoy the afternoon and the evening, discovering the unique old town of Dubrovnik, which looks like a museum. The distance from the port to the old town is a good half hour walk or a few minutes by bus, which leaves from right next to our ships (approximately every 15 minutes, the fare is 10 kunas, last bus at around 2.00 am). Stroll through the famous “Stradun”, take a walk along the massive city walls and visit the countless attractions. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik.

Wednesday
30,9 km
medium
 We leave Dubrovnik and sail to the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a National Park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two lakes there is a small island with a former monastery) are connected to the sea by a narrow channel. We anchor in Prožura and continue on our bikes. At an easy pace we will ride through the forests of the island to Pomena. There, the ship will be waiting for us to take us to Korčula. Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia and because of its fortress-like appearance it is often called “Little Dubrovnik”. In antiquity, the island was also called “the Black Island”, due to its vast pine forests. Overnight stay in the harbour of Korčula.

Thrusday
13,1 km easy
20,4 km hard
After breakfast we take a short bike ride to the small fishing village of Račišće. From here we will cruise towards the island of Hvar. After lunch on board and a swimming break, we will reach the town of Hvar, the homonymous capital of the island. We ride through endless lavender fields and vineyards to Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island, founded in the 4th Century BC as the Greek colony of Pharos. Hvar is also the Adriatic island with the highest number of hours of sunshine and the mildest climate. Overnight stay in the harbour of Stari Grad.

Friday
18,6 km
easy
Two hours by ship from Stari Grad to Stomorska, on the island of Šolta. Šolta is one of the smaller Dalmatian islands and is known among connoisseurs for the high quality dark olive oil. We will ride through traditional old villages: Upper Village, Middle Village, Lower Village – that’s how the three communities on the island are called (Gornje, Srednje, Donje Selo). In Maslinica, the village named after the Croatian olive tree (“Maslina”), we load our bikes on deck for the last time and return to Trogir after lunch and after the last swimming break. In the evening we will enjoy the unique atmosphere of the old town of Trogir, with its narrow alleys and courtyards, and perhaps we will even listen to a Dalmatian “Klapa” intoning their songs. Overnight stay at the Riva of Trogir.

Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.





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