Cruise and bike your way along the Croatian coast on this amazing active round trip cruise! Port in a different destination each day and cycle your way around as you discover the beauty, history and culture of the Dalmatian region.
DAY 1 SPLIT - PUCISCA
Arrive in Split and prepare for embarkation at 11:00. Enjoy lunch while meeting your fellow travellers. This afternoon, you'll stop in Supetar where you will cycle the coastal road to the northern part of the Island of Brac. Pass by fishing villages of Splitska and Postira before you arrive in one of the most beautiful small settlements in Europe - Pucisca. Spend the rest of the day at your leisure. (L)
DAY 2 PUCISCA - LOVISTA
After breakfast cruise towards the longest Croatian island - Hvar. Your starting point is a small picturesque bay Pokrivenik. Bike upwards to the highest point of the route and then descend to the eastern point of Hvar Island - Sucuraj to meet up with your vessel. After lunch on board, cruise towards the Peljesac Peninsula and the charming little settlement of Lovista. Enjoy an optional Captains dinner on board (included on First Class vessel). (B, L)
DAY 3 LOVISTA - TRSTENIK
Today you bike what is called the wine-panoramic route. After breakfast, you cycle towards Orebic, the city of seafarers and captains. Follow the route up and down and marvel at the unique viewpoints of the Korcula archipelago. After cycling through the area where the most famous varieties of Croatian wine succeed, you cross the tunnel Dingac to the south side of Peljesac and continue on to Trstenik. (B, D)
DAY 4 TRSTENIK - MLJET - KORCULA
Spend breakfast cruising towards Mljet Island, a lush green island abound with stunning natural beauty. Mljet National Park is a beautiful area of distinctive charm featuring two connected salt water lakes, lush flora and a unique appearance of indented coastline, cliffs and numerous islets. Enjoy your surroundings by cycling around the lakes, perhaps stopping off to visit the 12th century Benedictine Monastery on one of the lakes islands. Return onboard for lunch and cruise towards Korcula where you will spend the rest of the day at your leisure. (B, L)
DAY 5 KORCULA - VELA LUKA
This morning, prepare for the longest route of the cruise where you'll bike around the entire island of Korcula. Cycle up to Zmovo village and to the oldest settlement on the island - Pupnat, which is the highest point of the route. Bike down to the south side of Korcula and ride between one of the most beautiful bays of the island and the steep cliffs above it. You continue to ride through numerous olive groves and vineyards before taking a short break in the charming Smokvica. Afterwards, bike up towards the viewpoint above town Blato and finally descend to your final destination of the day - Vela Luka. (B, D)
DAY 6 VELA LUKA - HVAR - STARI GRAD
Early morning departure towards the town of Hvar. Sightsee this fairy tale city with its architecture, beautiful nature and mild climate. Cycle from Hvar to the other side of the island to Stari Grad. Pass by numerous lavender plants and enjoy the views of neighbouring islands and the mainland. Enjoy lunch on board in Stari Grad and an afternoon ride up to two of Hvar's pearls - Jelsa and Vrboska. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. (B, L)
DAY 7 STARI GRAD - SPLIT
Today begins with a cruise to the island of Stola where you'll ride from Stomorska to the highest point of the island - Gornje Selo, enjoying the views on both sides of the islands and the Mediterranean nature and scents from all around you. Continue to Maslinica on the west part of the island. After a short break, cycle back to Stormorska where you'll enjoy lunch on board as you cruise towards Split. This afternoon, spend the day sightseeing Split at your leisure. (B, L)
DAY 8 SPLIT
After breakfast, say farewell to your fellow travellers as you disembark at 09:00. (B)
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Authentic and affordable: These cruises offer a great value option if you are seeking an authentic Croatian cruise at a very affordable price. They are popular with a range of travellers. The boats in this category are smaller and generally traditional-style with a wooden hull and air-conditioning in common areas. The exact ship for each cruise is not allocated until approximately one-two weeks prior to departure. The vessels allocated are similar and all cabins have a private en-suite shower/toilet and air conditioning. Expect simple but comfortable cabins and public areas. The images below are representative of various boats used in this category.