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Island Hopping By Mountain Bike & Boat
Southern Dalmatia 2017

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Trogir – Stari Grad (Hvar) – Jelsa (Hvar) – Stari Grad (Hvar) – Hvar – Vis – Vela Luka (Korčula ) – Prigradica (Korčula) – Korčula – Sumartin(Brač) – Pučišća (Brač) – Omiš – Split – Stomorska (Šolta) – Maslinica (Šolta) – Trogir


Minimum 16 / Maximum 36



• 7 nights in a cabin with ensuite
• Bed linen & towels
• 4 x full board & 3 x half board (option to have a picnic for lunch)
• Guided bike tours & sightseeing as per itinerary
• Tour Guide – English & German Speaking
• Full Suspension Mountain Bike (Fully)
• Overview maps for the daily tours (on board)

Not Included

• Journey to Trogir
• Entrance Fees for sights not in the tour price
• Cetina-Rafting
• Tips for crew & tour guides
• Drinks on board (Tally sheet, to be paid to the captain)
• Meals & drinks ashore

Optional Extras

• E-MTB available on request (limited)
• Bike Insurance from NZ$44 surcharge
• Helmets – these are compulsory. Pre booking required


The combination of mountain bike and boat in South Dalmatia fulfils a bikers wildest dreams from trails to tranquil swim stops. A charming motor yacht with comfortable cabins and a traditional selection of cuisine is your floating home for the week. Packing your bags and worrying about making your next ferry connection are a thing of the past. Limitless exciting cycling opportunities across Dalmatia’s most beautiful islands is guaranteed. No trails will go undiscovered on this off road adventure, your guide knows the region like the back of his own hand and will inform you well on the land and its people. Honey and wine tastings along the way will give insight to the everyday life of the islands inhabitants.
Our aim is to stay off road. To save time and energy some ascends will take place on tar sealed roads which lead to rewarding trails down to the sea. Descents can be technical and require experience but will spread a smile across the faces of the participants. After a thorough ride there is no better reward than to unwind in a rustic café before the boat collects you and brings you to the next picturesque setting. Picture perfect harbour towns invite you to enjoy the evening strolling through the winding streets or sipping an aperitif in the atmosphere of a local bar. The boat is always open and welcomes you to enjoy the ambiance of a Mediterranean evening on board.

Approx 220km by bicycle. Level 2-3

Download Vessel & General Information


Vessel Features: Wooden motor sailor, launched in 2009. Length 31m, Width 8m
Cabins: 14 A/C Cabins with ensuites, including a mirror & hairdryer
Main Deck: 5 Doubles, 5 Triples (double + hanging single)
Lower Deck: 4 Triples (single + bunk)
** Two of these lower deck cabins offer space for an extra bed for a child**

Per Person NZ$
Cruise Code: 2017-ISH-DSM
Lower DeckMain Deck
Apr 29
May 06, 13
Oct 07, 14, 21, 28
May 20, 27
Jun 03, 10, 17, 24
Sep 16, 23, 30
Single supplement available on request


Vessel Features: Constructed from steel in 2007. Length 32m, Width 7.6m
Cabins: 16 A/C Cabins with ensuites, including a mirror & hairdryer
Main Deck: 5 Doubles, 4 Twins
Lower Deck: 3 Doubles, 4 Twins)

Per Person NZ$
Cruise Code: 2017-ISH-DSM
Lower DeckMain Deck
Jul 01, 15, 29
Aug 12, 19
Single supplement available on request

Supplements Payable Upon Embarkation
Flat water rate, Taxes & Fees: Adult €40pp approx / Child (up to 16 years) €20pp approx


Day 1, Saturday: Trogir – Stari Grad

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 check in on the motor yacht between 2 and 2:30 pm, the first short cruise starts at 3 pm from Trogir to the island of Hvar. The city of Stari Grad, which counts as the second largest city on Hvar, is the place where we will dock and sleep for the night. The former Greek colony is a mecca for artists and art lovers.

Day 2, Sunday: Stari Grad – Jelsa – Stari Grad – Hvar 

After breakfast we bike through many small villages and take a short trail to the idyllic harbour of Jelsa, which invites for an extended ice cream break. On our way back we will pass the picturesque village Vrboska with its ancient stone bridges and through the ancient Greek vineyards, which are a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. The afternoon tour brings us from Stari Grad on natural paths with amazing views of Hvar town, where you can visit the magnificent Renaissance Square and take a stroll through the streets on arrival.
Cycle route approx 30 + 24 km; Altitude 400/700m; Level easy/medium

Day 3, Monday: Hvar – Vis – Vela Luka

Vis is the furthermost island from mainland Croatia. A Greek colony called Issa has been on the island 2,300 years ago. Due to its strategic location it was a military zone until 1995 and prohibited for foreign tourists. Today we have the opportunity to explore the lovely island by mountain bike. Vis is the most loved one of the islands within the mountain biking community. It offers a wide variety of trails: very unique single trails with some pushing stages with unforgettable views. After our bike tour the ship takes us to Vela Luka on Korčula, where we will stay overnight.
Cycle route approx 35 km; Altitude 900m; Level easy/medium

Day 4, Tuesday: Vela Luka – Prigradica – Korčula

After a morning crossing to Prigradica we start today’s bike tour, which leads us along unique paved and unpaved scenic routes along the coast to the island capital of Korčula Town. Here you have plenty of time in the afternoon and evening to roam the beautiful old town with its fishbone-like alleys. Overnight stay in Korčula Town.
Cycle route approx 35 km; Altitude 600m; Level easy/medium

Day 5, Wednesday: Korčula – Sumartin – Pučišća

The ship takes us to Sumartin on the Island of Brač, which is well known for its white marble and used among other things for the White House in Washington and the Reichstag building in Berlin. On a varying path we bike across wine and sage sown fields overlooking the famous quarries. On the final descent to Pučišća we will be rewarded with fantastic views of Cetina-Canyon on the mainland. Overnight stay in Pučišća.
Cycle route approx 35 km; Altitude 700m; Level medium

Day 6, Thursday: Pučišća – Omiš – Split

In the morning crossover to Omiš. After 12,5 mi./20 km biking on a paved road you have the choice to take part on either a four hours rafting tour on the Cetina River (not included in the tour price) followed by a small bike tour of about 6,2 mi./10 km to take you back to the boat – or you can expand the bike tour along the impressive Cetina valley through versatile landscapes until reaching Omiš and its pirate castles. In the afternoon we set over to Split, where we are invited on a guided walk through the old town of Split, built in the remanence of the famous palace of the Roman Caesar Diocletian. Overnight stay in Split.
Cycle routes approx 45km; Altitude 950m; Level easy/medium

Day 7, Friday: Split – Stomorska – Maslinica – Trogir

After crossing over to Stomorska on the island of Šolta we commence our last bike tour. Walled fields, numerous olive groves, locust bean and fig trees line nature paths. Notes of lavender and rosemary accompany us along our tour through this island. Anyone interested in the importance of beekeeping and various bee products has the chance to learn all the details from our beekeeper Goran. We load the bikes onto the ship in Maslinica and enjoy our last crossing back to Trogir, where we have enough time to visit the World Heritage listed old town, before our cozy farewell evening on board the boat.
Cycle route approx 25 km; Altitude 320m; Level easy/medium

Day 8, Saturday: Trogir

After breakfast disembarkation until 9 am.


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