Island Hopping Cruise

Bike Cruise North Roundtrip from Split

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Croatia is beautiful, with stunning islands, rich history, Mediterranean vegetation, and a mild climate. Without a doubt, the best way to explore it is by bike.

This guided cycling tour in Dalmatia starts and ends in Split. You will explore glorious coastlines, old villages, and picturesque bays during your tour. Highlights include great beaches, vineyards, pine woods, and cycling across the historic islands.






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Bike Cruise North Roundtrip from Split

Day 1 - Split - Rogoznica - Primošten


Bike Course: Rogoznica - Primošten
Length: 14km | Total ascend: 180m | Highest point: 150m | Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 2/5

Check-in from 11:00 a.m in Split harbor with departure at 1 p.m. Depart towards Rogoznica, followed by lunch and meeting fellow passengers. Rogoznica is a small peaceful village with beautiful beaches encircled by karst terrain (limestone) and stone. Cycling by the coast road to Zmajevo Oko and through the olive groves and vineyards towards Šarić Courts. Descend to Primošten and overnight. (L)

Day 2 - Primošten - Vodice - Murter - Dugi Otok


Bike Course 1: Vodice - Murter
Length: 26km | Total ascend: 100m | Highest point: 45m | Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 2/5

Bike Course 2: PP Telaščica
Length: 20km | Total ascend: 250m | Highest point: 90m | Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 3/5

Early morning cruise towards Vodice, a pleasant touristic village with plenty of bike routes. Cycle to Tribunj, a picturesque dalmatian town famous for donkey racing. Further to Tisno, a village on the island of Murter connected with the land by a bridge. Ride along the sea and the pine forests to Murter village. Lunch on board and cruise to Dugi Otok. In the afternoon, we will visit the Telašćica Nature Park (entrance fee paid locally), a pleasant ride from Sali to Telašćica and back. Optional Captain’s dinner onboard with an overnight in Sali, Dugi Otok. (B, L)

Day 3 - Dugi Otok - Zadar


Bike Course: Sali - Brbinj
Length: 28km | Total ascend: 320m | Highest point: 160m | Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 3/5

After breakfast, start cycling the main island road from Sali to the northern part of Dugi Otok island. Dugi Otok is a true example of a place where opposites are evident. Picturesque villages and secluded beaches collide with majestic cliffs and lush vegetation. This makes the ride unique. After arrival to Brbinj, lunch on board while cruising to Zadar, the city of 3,000 years of rich history and cultural heritage. Free afternoon to explore the town. Overnight in Zadar. (B, L)

Day 4 - Zadar - Vodice


Bike Course: Preko - Tkon
Length: 31km | Total ascend: 140m | Highest point: 45m | Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 1/5

The route runs through two islands. After breakfast, cruise from Zadar to Ugljan, the sunniest island in the Zadar archipelago. The route starts in Preko, the biggest village on the island, and leads along the coastline to Kali and then to Kukljica. The islands Ugljan and Pašman are connected by a bridge. Pašman is the island without frontiers, the island of joy and happiness, of people with big hearts. Join the ship in Tkon. Sail towards Vodice with a great view of the pearls of the Kornati islands. Overnight in Vodice. (B, L)

Day 5 - Vodice - Skradin - Šibenik


Bike Course: Skradin - Šibenik
Length: 25km | Total ascend: 270m | Highest point: 175m | Surface: 70% paved, 30% macadam road | Difficulty level: 3/5

Early morning cruise towards Šibenik with a panoramic view of the royal town and the fortress of St. Nicholas from the XVI century. The river’s flow provides a unique cruise experience towards Skradin, which lies at the point where the Krka River plunges into the Adriatic Sea. Enjoy a cycling tour to Krka National Park (entrance fee paid locally). Krka National Park covers an area of more than 14,000 acres on the central and lower part of the Krka river, whose seven waterfalls will leave you breathless. After a break, cruise to Šibenik, followed by a free afternoon for sightseeing in the oldest Croatian native city on the Adriatic. Dinner on board and overnight in Šibenik. (B, D)

Day 6 - Šibenik - Trogir


Bike Course 1: Šibenik tour
Length: 20km | Total ascend: 120m | Highest point: 50m | Surface: 85% paved road, 15% macadam road | Difficulty level: 1/5

After breakfast, bike towards the Fortress of St. Nicholas, located at the entrance of the St. Anthony Channel. It was built in the middle of the 16th century as a defense from Turkish attacks from the sea. Riding along the coast path with the beautiful views of the royal city Šibenik. Visit the Fortress listed on the UNESCO world heritage list. Continue to two small salty lakes, Vela and Mala Solina, used for salt production. Pass by the tourist village Solaris and stop for swimming at one of the beaches. Return to Šibenik, have lunch on board, and cruise towards Trogir, the real Dalmatian pearl with the best- preserved Romanesque-Gothic city. Overnight in Trogir. (B, L)

Day 7 - Trogir - Split


Bike Course: Čiovo tour
Length: 26km | Total ascend: 350m | Highest point: 210m | Surface: 100% paved road | Difficulty level: 3/5

After breakfast, start cycling across the last island of the tour, Čiovo. The first part is by the coast until Slatina is flat, followed by the ascent to the church of our Lady of Prizidnica. Dating from 1546, it is situated between steep cliffs just above the sea on the island’s southeast side. Descend back to Slatine and ascend to the island’s highest point with the unique view of Split, Kaštela, and neighboring mountains. Return to Trogir to have lunch on board during the cruise to Split. Free afternoon in Split for sightseeing. Overnight in Split. (B, L)

Day 8 - Split


After an early breakfast, it’s time to say goodbye to the crew and your new friends. Check out by 9 a.m. (B)

B Breakfast, L Lunch, D Dinner, T Tasting, CD Captain's Dinner

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