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SAIL CYCLE CROATIA

“The boat was delightful, the food was great, the cycling guides were fantastic and we had a great group of fellow cyclists. The whole holiday was filled with fun and adventure would definitely do this holiday again.”

- Lindsey, United Kingdom.
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“Everything was very well organized, the captain and staff on board were great, the food was imaginative, the boat was top class, the bikes were comfortable and the guides were excellent. They even threw in good weather. A very pleasant and memorable experience overall.”

- Bjorgolfur, Iceland.
SAIL CROATIA REVIEW

“On board staff were great - friendly and informative. The boat and it's accommodations were better than I expected - good size cabin and ensuite. Cruise/cycle combo is a great way to see coastal Croatia and a different port every night added to that. I would definitely do this again.”

- Vivienne, New zealand.
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Split Southern Route Split Southern Route
SPLIT
DAY 1 | Start

Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, is known for its beaches and the fortresslike complex at its center, Diocletian's Palace, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Once home to thousands, its sprawling remains include more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards and galleries are shops, bars, cafes, cathedrals, hotels and several houses.

Check-in is from 10.30am to 12.00pm (midday). Please note your cabin may not be ready until 12:30pm. Your ship will depart the harbour at 1pm sharp.

Previously know as the Split Southern Route

MILNA
DAY 1 | Overnight Stay

We depart from Split harbour at 13:00, with lunch onboard as you get to know your fellow shipmates. We sail from the mainland and head toward the island of Brac, arriving mid-afternoon. From here, you will start your first ride, cycling to Bobovišça, a small hamlet set on the western side of Brac just under the mountain top, overlooking the sea. You will be able to dive into the turquoise water here or enjoy a coffee. Upon return to Milna, we suggest you take a ride along the stunning coastline. We spend the night in the harbour of Milna, whose picturesque natural stone houses border the deep bay.

Todays Cycle: Milna - Bobovisca

  • Distance: 5.5km
  • Dificulty: 3/5
  • Start/End Altitude: 0m
  • Maximum Altitude: 173m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 198m
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BOL
DAY 2 | Overnight Stay

This first stage begins with a climb to the crest of a hill, past stunning local flora. The white stone visible here was used to build the White House in Washington and the Reichstag in Berlin. At the 35km mark, you have the opportunity to try traditional food and wine in a local village (please note lunch is optional). The panoramic views of the neighbouring island of Hvar are well worth the ascent! In Bol itself, you can visit the Golden Horn beach (about 2.5km from the port), take a swim, or stroll through the local streets. The ship anchors for the night in Bol, with dinner served onboard.

Todays Cycle: Bobovisca - Bol

  • Distance: 39.2km
  • Dificulty: 5/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 580m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 1069m
  • Surface: Paved, short part to Gazul village is gravel
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HVAR
DAY 3 | Overnight Stay

The island of Hvar is famous for its multi-coloured fields of rosemary and lavender. On the first cycling stage you'll make your way through the many villages on the island via paved and gravel roads. From Jelsa, we cycle towards Vrboska and then down to Stari Grad, one of Croatia's oldest towns (dating back to 385BC), where we will stop for a break. We continue on towards Hvar Town, passing through the villages of Grablje (known for its wine and olive oil) and Brusje. The day ends at the historical town of Hvar for an opportunity to visit the cathedral and Gothic palaces. We spend the night in Hvar Town harbour, with dinner served onboard.

Todays Cycle: Jelsa - Hvar

  • Distance: 26.4km
  • Dificulty: 4/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 259m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 642m
  • Surface: Paved / Gravel
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KORCULA
DAY 4 | Overnight Stay

There are two possible routes today, depending on the fitness of the group: Vela Luka - Korcula (a strenuous 44km) or Racìišçe - Lumbarda - Korcula (an easier 24km). The peaceful and secluded gardens of cypress trees here make Korcula one of the most beautiful of the Adriatic islands. Korcula claims to be the birthplace of Marco Polo and the name can be seen all over the island. Our final destination is the medieval town of Korcula with its attractive narrow streets. This is where we will spend the night, with dinner being served onboard.

Todays Cycle: Vela-Luka - Korcula

  • Distance: 41.7km
  • Dificulty: 4/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 502m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 809m
  • Surface: Paved
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MLJET
DAY 5 | Overnight Stay

Breakfast is served onboard, en route to the island of Mjlet, also known as Honey-Island. Mljet two lakes (Great Lake and Small Lake). In the twelfth century, Benedictine built a monastery here in a secluded spot, surrounded by pine and oak forests. Today this area is a National Park and the high point of any tour of Dalmatia. You can cycle around the National Park's salt-water lake, in which there is actually another island (Mljet national park entry - 70 kuna). After lunch, you are free to explore more of the island by bike or perhaps swim or kayak in the Small Lake. The ship will overnight in the port of Pomena on Mljet.

Todays Cycle: Pomena

  • Distance: 7.8km
  • Dificulty: 1/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 69m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 198m
  • Surface: Paved / Gravel
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MAKARSKA
DAY 6 | Overnight Stay

This morning we sail toward the Peljesac peninsula. Today's cycling begins in Trstenik and takes you through the most famous wine growing area in Dalmatia and on to the town of Orebic. The climb is not easy, but rewards you with a magnificent view of the neighbouring island of Korcula. You can then join the ship in Orebic or for those feeling energetic, continue on for a further 18km to Loviste, where lunch will be served onboard. The ship finally cruises to Makarska, a popular town at the base of the impressive Biokovo mountain range. The ship will overnight in either Baska Voda or Makarska for the night.

Route 1: Trstenik - Orebic

  • Distance: 28.5km
  • Dificulty: 3/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 414m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 749m
  • Surface: Paved
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Route 2: Trstenik - Loviste

  • Distance: 45.4km
  • Dificulty: 4/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 414m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 1166m
  • Surface: Paved
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SPLIT

DAY 7 | Overnight Stay

After breakfast onboard, we will take our last bike ride of the week. The route takes us to Radmanove Mlinice, where the "Winnetou" movies were filmed, along the valley of the Cetina river, right underneath the mountains. In Omis, you can visit the Mirabella Fortress, which offers views over the channel towards Brac island. After lunch onboard, the ship will sail back to the city of Split, where you can take a tour of the fascinating Roman Diocletian's Palace. After a relaxed city walk in this unique historic town, you return to your ship in the nearby harbour.

Todays Cycle: Omis - Split

  • Distance: 25.7km
  • Dificulty: 2/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 81m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 311m
  • Surface: Paved
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DAY 8 | Finish

This morning it's time for an early onboard breakfast, before saying goodbye to the crew and all of your new friends. Please note, it is possible for you to leave the ship as early as needed on Saturday morning to catch flights, as all ships will be in port by Friday night.

Please Note:

All of the activities offered on this itinerary are informative only and are for your planning benefit. These are booked and paid for locally if you wish to participate. There is no obligation to participate in these activites.

Split Northern Route Split Northern Route
SPLIT
DAY 1 | Start

Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, is known for its beaches and the fortresslike complex at its center, Diocletian's Palace, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Once home to thousands, its sprawling remains include more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards and galleries are shops, bars, cafes, cathedrals, hotels and several houses.

Check-in is from 10.30am to 12.00pm (midday). Please note your cabin may not be ready until 12:30pm. Your ship will depart the harbour at 1pm sharp.

Previously know as the Split Coastal Route

ROGOZNICA
DAY 1 | Overnight Stay

Departure from Split harbour is at 13:00. We sail out of Split toward Rogoznica, where upon arrival we have a short ride around town and visit Dragon Eye Lake. The ship will stay overnight in the port of Rogoznica, a small village that offers remarkable wine, most famous for it's 'Babic' wine. Tonight we'll relax and enjoy our surroundings for the first evening onboard!

Todays Cycle: Rogoznica - Dragon Eye Lake

  • Distance: 4.6km
  • Dificulty: 1/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 26m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 47m
  • Surface: Mostly Paved
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VODICE
DAY 2 | Overnight Stay

After an early breakfast onboard, we cycle from Rogoznica to Primosten, which includes a climb of approximately 250 metres before we again make our way back down to the ship in Rogoznica, where lunch is waiting onboard. You can also take a refreshing dip in the crystal clear water before we sail to Vodice, a cosy harbour town, with many narrow winding streets.

Todays Cycle: Rogoznica - Primosten

  • Distance: 23.4km
  • Dificulty: 4/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 151m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 361m
  • Surface: Paved
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TELAŠĆICA
DAY 3 | Overnight Stay

We start the day by cycling from Vodice to the island of Murter, which is connected to the mainland by a drawbridge. The cycling today covers approximately 30km, without any major climbs. In the afternoon we sail out through the Kornati National Park, a group of small islands which are well-known for their great diversity of flora and fauna. We also visit the Telascica nature park on the southern island of Dugi Otok, which boasts fantastic views from the 100 metre high cliffs. We will spend the evening in Telascica on the island of Dugi Otok.

Todays Cycle: Vodice - Telascica

  • Distance: 21.8km
  • Dificulty: 3/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 53m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 257m
  • Surface: Paved
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ZADAR
DAY 4 | Overnight Stay

From Telascica Park or the village of Sali, we take in the stunning views between Dugi Otok and Brbinj. This ride has breathtaking scenery, and on a clear day you can see the Velebit Mountains on the mainland. We hope you’re feeling energetic, as there is a climb of about 380 metres coming up! Depending on how the group is feeling, we can organise a shorter route. In the afternoon, we sail towards the charming city of Zadar which historically has been the region's cultural and political hub. Enjoy the evening in Zadar, taking in it's modern art installations and cosmopolitan restaurants. We'll overnight onboard in Zadar port.

Todays Cycle: Telascica - Zadar

  • Distance: 31.8km
  • Dificulty: 4/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 162m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 417m
  • Surface: Paved
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SIBENIK
DAY 5 | Overnight Stay

This morning we'll start the day with a short boat ride to the island of Ugljan which is linked to the island of Pasman. We will stop in the small port of Preko and from here, we cycle down small roads to Tkon where the ship awaits. In the afternoon we sail on to Sibenik where you can visit St James Cathedral, a UNESCO protected structure blending Gothic and Renaissance styles, and St Nicholas Fortress, which has beautiful views over the city and beyond. We will stay overnight in Sibenik.

Todays Cycle: Pasman - Tkon

  • Distance: 29.3km
  • Dificulty: 3/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 42m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 454m
  • Surface: Paved
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SKRADIN / TROGIR
DAY 6 | Overnight Stay

Today we sail from Sibenik to Skradin, where we cycle through to the Krka National Park, taking in its stunning waterfalls. You have the opportunity to have a break and explore the many wooden bridges along or over the waterfalls, and visit the small museums. We then cycle back to the port of Skradin where we will overnight in either the port of Skradin or Trogir depending on port availability.

Todays Cycle: Skradin - Krka

  • Distance: 9.3km
  • Dificulty: 2/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 44m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 170m
  • Surface: Gravel / Paved
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Split

DAY 7 | Overnight Stay

Early in the morning we will start our ride in Trogir to begin our last day on the bikes. We will leave the old town of Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and head over the bridge to the island of Čiovo, we will pass by its highest peak of Rudine at 218m. We will then cycle back to Trogir where the boat will then take you back to Split for your last night on the boat. In the evening you can explore the fascinating Diocletian’s Palace before returning to your boat in the harbour.

Todays Cycle: Skradin - Spli

  • Distance: 19.2km
  • Dificulty: 3/5
  • Maximum Altitude: 212m
  • Total Ascent/Descent: 319m
  • Surface: Paved / Gravel
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DAY 8 | Finish

This morning it's time for an early onboard breakfast, before saying goodbye to the crew and all of your new friends. Please note, it is possible for you to leave the ship as early as needed on Saturday morning to catch flights, as all ships will be in port by Friday night.

Please Note:

All of the activities offered on this itinerary are informative only and are for your planning benefit. These are booked and paid for locally if you wish to participate. There is no obligation to participate in these activites.

Split to Dubrovnik Split to Dubrovnik
SPLIT
DAY 1 | Start

Split, a town on Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, is known for its beaches and the fortresslike complex at its center, Diocletian's Palace, erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th century. Once home to thousands, its sprawling remains include more than 200 buildings. Within its white stone walls and under its courtyards and galleries are shops, bars, cafes, cathedrals, hotels and several houses.

Check-in is from 10.30am to 12.00pm (midday). Please note your cabin may not be ready until 12:30pm. Your ship will depart the harbour at 1pm sharp.

New route starting in 2019

STOMORSKA
DAY 1 | Overnight Stay

Our very first day starts with 1pm departure from Split, lunch on the boat and arrival to Stomorska on the island of Šolta. Village of Stomorska is named after Our Lady Mary and it is located under the shrine of Our Lady of Stormorska. On the island of Šolta and in Stomorska itself you still have opportunity to enjoy and absorb the very authentic culture and tranquil way of life not allowing any kind of industry and modern techologies to interupt and ruin the interaction the natural enviroment and fruits of labor have with a local men. Soon after arrival we're gona have bike fitting and a short ride to make sure you are all prepared for the following challenges. After the ride you can relax and enjoy natural beauties of the village and local food and wine.

Todays Cycle: Stomorska - Donje selo - Stomorska

PUČIŠĆA
DAY 2 | Overnight Stay

Early morning we're gona sail out to the largest town on the island of Brac named Supetar. From there, soon after breakfast we will start our ride to, according to some of the opinions, one of the prettiest villages in Europe. The town lies on the northern side of the island and it is home to the only stonemason school in Croatia thanks to the abudance of a beautiful sort of white limestone looking like marble. Some of the very known buildings were built from white stone from Brac such as Palace of Diocletian, the Cathedral of St James in Sibenik and the Cathedral of St Lawrence in Trogir which have been under World Heritage (UNESCO) protection. The White House in Washington, the Parlament House in Vienna and Budapest were also built from the same stone. During your stay in Pučišća you can enjoy impressive arhitecture based on the white stone and made by local artists from the village. The whole island is also known for good food and of course the wine, revarded with bronze medal in 1867 and golden one in 1909 in Paris. Upon arrival the lunch will be served on the boat.

Todays Cycle: Supetar – Pučišća

HVAR
DAY 3 | Overnight Stay

The island of Hvar, apart from being the longest in the Adriatic, is famous for its multi-coloured fields of rosemary and lavender. Hvar also receives more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the Adriatic (2718 hrs a year!). This stage makes its way through the many villages of the island with their picturesque stone houses via paved and gravel roads. From Jelsa, we head towards Vrboska and then down to Stari Grad, one of Croatia's oldest towns (dating back to 385BC), where we will stop for a break. We continue on towards Hvar Town, passing through the villages of Grablje (known for its wine and olive oil) and Brusje. The day ends at the historical town of Hvar for an opportunity to visit the cathedral and Gothic palaces. You can also climb the Spanjol, the site of a medieval castle that overlooks the harbour. We spend the night in Hvar Town harbour, with dinner served onboard.

Todays Cycle: Jelsa – Starigrad – Hvar

VIS
DAY 4 | Overnight Stay

This morning we set sail towards the island of Vis. This is the most remote inhabited island and it is blessed with a more temperate climate than the mainland (warmer in winter, cooler in summer). It has a deserved reputation for producing extremely good food and wine, and the restaurants offer the freshest fish in the Adriatic. Vis has been used over the centuries as a strategic military port and saw action by the Allied military through WWII against Italy and the Germans. Today it is an idyllic island, famous for the outlying Blue Cave, an island cave system accessible only by boat. The blue turquoise water and refracted light into the cave make for exciting and amazing photo opportunities.

Todays Cycle: Vis - Komiža - Vis

KORČULA
DAY 5 | Overnight Stay

As per usual we will arrive to our starting destination Vela Luka straight after breakfast and start our over 40km ride towards town of Korčula. Depending on the level of fitness of the group we will decide to have a lunch break on the road or back on the boat after the arrival. Either way you will have your afternoon to explore and enjoy the town after the ride. The peaceful and secluded gardens of cypress trees here make Korcula one of the most beautiful of the Adriatic islands. Korcula claims to be the birthplace of Marco Polo and the name can be seen all over the island. The final destination is the medieval town of Korcula with its attractive narrow streets and this is where we spend the night onboard the ship.

Todays Cycle: Vela luka – Korčula

POMENA
DAY 6 | Overnight Stay

While breakfast is served onboard, the boat will sail across to the island of Mjlet, also known as Honey-Island. Mljet is a beautiful island, featuring two lakes (Great Lake and Small Lake). In the twelfth century, Benedictine built a monastery here in a secluded spot, surrounded by pine and oak forests. Today this area is a National Park and the high point of any tour of Dalmatia. You can cycle around the National Park's salt-water lake, in which there is actually another island. After lunch, you are free to explore more of the island by bike or perhaps swim or kayak in the Small Lake. The boat will overnight in the port of Pomena on Mljet.

Todays Cycle: Pomena - Polače & NP Mljet

DUBROVNIK

DAY 7 | Overnight Stay

Today's ride starts in Slano, coastal village inhabited already in prehistoric times as evidenced by the remains of forts and piles, roman military castle and the early Christian sarcophagi, which are today in front of the Franciscan church. From there we are going to take a ride through beautiful villages of Dubrovnik county taking us to Zaton, 8km northwest from town of Dubrovnik. This is where you embark on your boat where the lunch will be served and countinue towards Dubrovnik. Enjoy your afternoon walking Dubrovnik walls and the Old town, visiting Srd hill, islet of Lokrum or just wandering around absorbing impressive and unique scenery.

Todays Cycle: Slano - Zaton


DAY 8 | Finish

This morning it's time for an early onboard breakfast, before saying goodbye to the crew and all of your new friends. Please note, it is possible for you to leave the ship as early as needed on Saturday morning to catch flights, as all ships will be in port by Friday night.

Dubrovnik to Split Dubrovnik to Split
DUBROVNIK
DAY 1 | Start

Enjoy the beautiful views in Croatia's "heaven on earth" - according to the famous writer George Bernard Shaw. Walk along the Stradun, the promenade inside the old city walls and meander the alleyways to discover numerous local restaurants, shops and bars. The included Dubrovnik Walking Tour is a great way to learn about this wonderful city.

Check-in is from 10.30am to 12.00pm (midday). Please note your cabin may not be ready until 12:30pm. Your ship will depart the harbour at 1pm sharp.

This is a special running on the 29th September

POMENA
DAY 1 | Overnight Stay

The very first day your ship will depart at 1pm and lunch will be served onboard. The boat will sail across to the island of Mjlet. Mljet is a beautiful island, featuring two lakes. Today this area is a National Park and the high point of any tour of Dalmatia. You can cycle around the National Park's salt-water lake, in which there is actually another island. The boat will overnight in the port of Pomena on Mljet.

Todays Cycle: Pomena - Polače & NP Mljet


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LASTOVO
DAY 2 | Overnight Stay

After an early departure and breakfast you will arrive to Lastovo which is, along with Mljet the greenest Croatian island with more than 70% of the area being covered by forest. The island of Lastovo has been permanently inhabited for several thousand years, but in ancient times it was colonized first by the Greeks and then the Romans. Today's cycling will take you through the island's beautiful scenery allowing you to see local architecture, untouched nature and the local lifestyle on the island. The island of Lastovo and the archipelago around it is quite a far way away from the mainland, and watching the stars makes for an impressive experience.

Todays Cycle: Lastovo: Skrivena Luka - Pasadur


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VELA LUKA
DAY 3 | Overnight Stay

Soon after arriving in Brna on the island of Korčula we will start our ride towards Vela Luka. Today Vela Luka is a peaceful Mediterranean town, filled with traditional farming, fishing and tourism. A series of boats and life-saving equipment was developed in Vela Luka and the Vela Luka boats called Luške koćarice are today among the most beautiful on the Adriatic. Enjoy the coastal ride and the island's diversity reflected in nature, beaches, bays, vinyards and olive fields. Finishing in the town of Vela Luka you will have an opportunity to visit Vela spilja (Big cave) - an archeological site located on the southern slope of Mount Pinski rat.

Todays Cycle: Brna – Vela luka


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VIS
DAY 4 | Overnight Stay

This morning we set sail towards the island of Vis. This is the most remote inhabited island. It has a deserved reputation for producing extremely good food and wine, and the restaurants offer the freshest fish in the Adriatic. Vis has been used over the centuries as a strategic military port and saw action by the Allied military through WWII against Italy and the Germans. Today it is an idyllic island, famous for the outlying Blue Cave, an island cave system accessible only by boat.

Todays Cycle: Vis - Komiža - Vis


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STARI GRAD
DAY 5 | Overnight Stay

The island of Hvar, apart from being the longest in the Adriatic, is famous for its multi-coloured fields of rosemary and lavender. Hvar also receives more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the Adriatic (2718 hrs a year!). This stage of our tour makes its way through the many villages of the island with their picturesque stone houses via paved and gravel roads. From Hvar we start our climb towards Stari Grad, one of Croatia's oldest towns. We will be passing through the villages of Grablje (known for its wine and olive oil) and Brusje. The town itself lies in a beautifully situated bay and is surrounded by vinyard fields. Beautiful arhitecture, ancient stones, numberous churches and much more.

Todays Cycle: Hvar – Starigrad


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OMIŠ
DAY 6 | Overnight Stay

This morning the boat will depart early in the morning and take us to the island of Brac. We will start our cycling from Milna, and head towards Postire. Brač is home to white stone, often compared with marble and used for building Diocletians palace, the Cathedral of St James in Sibenik and the Cathedral of St Lawrence in Trogir, the White House in Washington, the Parlament House in Vienna and Budapest. After we arrive in Postire we will sail out to Omiš on the mainland where the ship will stay overnight. Visit one of the fortresses built in 13th century situated in the center of the town. Omiš is also a home to acapella singing as well as good food and wine, so hit the streets and join the local offerings.

Todays Cycle: Milna – Postira


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SPLIT

DAY 7 | Overnight Stay

After breakfast, we will have our last bike ride of the week. The route takes us to Radmanove Mlinice, where the "Winnetou" movies were filmed, along the valley of the Cetina river right underneath the mountains. We will continue up the hill through village of Podaspilje and then back down to the boat just in time for lunch. The boat will sail back to the city of Split, where you can take a tour of the fascinating Roman Diocletian's Palace. After a relaxed city walk in this unique historic town, you return to your boat in the nearby harbour.

Todays Cycle: Omiš – Podaspilje


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DAY 8 | Finish

This morning it's time for an early onboard breakfast, before saying goodbye to the crew and all of your new friends. Please note, it is possible for you to leave the ship as early as needed on Saturday morning to catch flights, as all ships will be in port by Friday night.

2018 PRICING

Ensuite Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck Lower Deck Above Deck
2nd June £519 £559 £629 £669
9th June £559 £609 £679 £719
16th June £559 £609 £679 £719
23rd June £639 £669 £759 £779
30th June £719 £769 £789 £839
7th July £719 £769 £789 £839
14th July £719 £769 £789 £839
21st July £719 £769 £789 £839
28th July £719 £769 £789 £839
4th August £719 £769 £789 £839
11th August £719 £769 £789 £839
18th August £719 £769 £789 £839
25th August £639 £669 £769 £789
1st September £559 £609 £699 £739
8th September £559 £609 £679 £719
15th September £549 £589 £629 £669
22nd September £549 £589 £609 £649
29th September £499 £529 £599 £639
6th October £499 £529 £599 £639
13th October £499 £529 £599 £639

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

Ensuite Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck Lower Deck Above Deck
2nd June £519 £559 £629 £669
9th June £559 £609 £679 £719
16th June £559 £609 £679 £719
23rd June £639 £669 £759 £779
30th June £719 £769 £789 £839
7th July £719 £769 £789 £839
14th July £719 £769 £789 £839
21st July £719 £769 £789 £839
28th July £719 £769 £789 £839
4th August £719 £769 £789 £839
11th August £719 £769 £789 £839
18th August £719 £769 £789 £839
25th August £639 £669 £769 £789
1st September £559 £609 £699 £739
8th September £559 £609 £679 £719
15th September £549 £589 £629 £669
22nd September £549 £589 £609 £649
29th September £499 £529 £599 £639
6th October £499 £529 £599 £639
13th October £499 £529 £599 £639

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

Thanks for your interest, this is a new route being introduced in 2019. Enquire now and be the first to experience something new!

Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck
29th September £639 £679

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

2019 PRICING

Ensuite Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck Lower Deck Above Deck
27th April £579 £639 £659 £719
4th May £579 £639 £659 £719
11th May £599 £659 £679 £739
18th May £609 £669 £689 £749
25th May £609 £669 £689 £749
1st June £609 £669 £689 £749
8th June £659 £719 £739 £799
15th June £659 £719 £739 £799
22nd June £719 £779 £799 £859
29th June £779 £839 £859 £919
3rd August £779 £839 £859 £919
10th August £779 £839 £859 £919
17th August £779 £839 £859 £919
24th August £729 £789 £809 £869
31st August £679 £739 £759 £819
7th September £659 £719 £739 £799
14th September £609 £669 £689 £749
21st September £589 £649 £669 £729
28th September £579 £639 £659 £719
5th October £579 £639 £659 £719
12th October £579 £639 £659 £719

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

Ensuite Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck Lower Deck Above Deck
27th April £579 £639 £659 £719
4th May £579 £639 £659 £719
11th May £599 £659 £679 £739
18th May £609 £669 £689 £749
25th May £609 £669 £689 £749
1st June £609 £669 £689 £749
8th June £659 £719 £739 £799
15th June £659 £719 £739 £799
22nd June £719 £779 £799 £859
29th June £779 £839 £859 £919
3rd August £779 £839 £859 £919
10th August £779 £839 £859 £919
17th August £779 £839 £859 £919
24th August £729 £789 £809 £869
31st August £679 £739 £759 £819
7th September £659 £719 £739 £799
14th September £609 £669 £689 £749
21st September £589 £649 £669 £729
28th September £579 £639 £659 £719
5th October £579 £639 £659 £719
12th October £579 £639 £659 £719

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

Ensuite Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck Lower Deck Above Deck
27th April £579 £639 £659 £719
4th May £579 £639 £659 £719
11th May £599 £659 £679 £739
18th May £609 £669 £689 £749
25th May £609 £669 £689 £749
1st June £609 £669 £689 £749
8th June £659 £719 £739 £799
15th June £659 £719 £739 £799
22nd June £719 £779 £799 £859
29th June £779 £839 £859 £919
3rd August £779 £839 £859 £919
10th August £779 £839 £859 £919
17th August £779 £839 £859 £919
24th August £729 £789 £809 £869
31st August £679 £739 £759 £819
7th September £659 £719 £739 £799
14th September £609 £669 £689 £749
21st September £589 £649 £669 £729
28th September £579 £639 £659 £719
5th October £579 £639 £659 £719
12th October £579 £639 £659 £719

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

Ensuite Premier
Departures Lower Deck Above Deck Lower Deck Above Deck
27th April £579 £639 £659 £719
4th May £579 £639 £659 £719
11th May £599 £659 £679 £739
18th May £609 £669 £689 £749
25th May £609 £669 £689 £749
1st June £609 £669 £689 £749
8th June £659 £719 £739 £799
15th June £659 £719 £739 £799
22nd June £719 £779 £799 £859
29th June £779 £839 £859 £919
3rd August £779 £839 £859 £919
10th August £779 £839 £859 £919
17th August £779 £839 £859 £919
24th August £729 £789 £809 £869
31st August £679 £739 £759 £819
7th September £659 £719 £739 £799
14th September £609 £669 £689 £749
21st September £589 £649 £669 £729
28th September £579 £639 £659 £719
5th October £579 £639 £659 £719
12th October £579 £639 £659 £719

*The above is for pricing purpose only, please submit an enquiry for availability.

INCLUSIONS

Inclusions

SHIP TYPE

ENSUITE

Extra privacy
Ensuite Facilities
Typically bigger than Standard Ships

Our Premier Ships are a class above in terms of space and comfort. Each cabin has a shower and wc, as well as air-conditioning*. Taking an average of 36 guests, the Premier Ships are larger and newer in design than the Ensuite Ships. Premier Ships operate on selected dates on the Explorer Cruises, Active Cruises and Navigator Cruises.

PREMIER

Air-Conditioning
Ensuite Facilities
More space & comfort

Our Premier Plus Ships, are a cut above the rest in terms of space, luxury and comfort. Whilst our newest and most luxurious Premier Plus ships operate exclusively on our Elegance Cruises, our Explorer Cruises run on spacious and stylish Premier Plus ships. Premier Plus Ships are newer in design than the Premier Ships.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What time does the cruise start/finish?

Ships depart the harbour at 13:00 on Saturdays and will return on Friday night. You will disembark after an early breakfast on the Saturday morning at 9:00am.

What is the best route?

Both routes on our Cycle Croatia Cruises are very popular and we see a lot of repeat guests year after year trying them both out! The Southern Route starts and finishes in Split, which has good transport links and is a fascinating and historic city to explore. The Coastal Route ventures a bit more ‘off the beaten track’ and lets you discover some of the lesser known parts of the Dalmatian coast.

How challenging are the rides?

We recommend you have a reasonable level of fitness to participate in our Cycle Croatia Cruises. Each day’s ride brings a different challenge, and your guide will cater the route to your group’s interests and abilities. If you don't feel up to riding, or feel a particular day may be too strenuous for you, you’re welcome to spend the day swimming or relaxing onboard. The average cycling distance is around 20-30 miles per day across varied terrain including light off-road trails, gravel roads and asphalted routes.

What is the cost of the weekly bike hire?

Standard weekly bike hire is £90 and includes both the bike and the helmet. We also offer high quality Electric Bikes, allowing you to see more of Croatia with less of a workout (extra £60 for the week, on top of the £90 bike rental and helmet hire).

Are the rental bikes good quality & what if i have mechanical issues en route?

Absolutely. We use 24 speed, modern mountain bikes that are all around a year old. Our standard bike type is: Cross and Felt 28”, E-bikes: Flyer 20”. Helmets are also provided and each bike includes a water bottle holder and small pouch for carrying money/sunglasses. Your guide will carry a repair kit to take care of any minor fixes such as a flat tyre or broken chain. We also bring a couple of spare bikes along on every cruise so you always have the option of swapping bikes.

Can I bring my own bike?

Yes you can. In some areas (e.g. Mljet National Park), parts of the trail are off-road, so some road cycles may not be appropriate, however your guide can either give you an alternate route or arrange for a day's cycle hire with a thicker-tyre bike.

What are the cabins like?

The cabins are based on 2 sharing, and consist of twin beds, bunk beds or one double bed. If you prefer a certain cabin type, it’s important that you let us know this upon booking, so we are aware and will note your request. Our ship allocation is finalised a week before departure, so we are unable to 100% guarantee a twin bed or double bed cabin, due to the fact each of our ships have completely unique cabin configurations, and therefore there is always a different number of twin and double cabins available onboard. On some ships, we also have triple cabins available. Triple cabins consist of a double bed and a single bunk. We can check the availability of these when you book. If you would like to book a triple cabin please let us know, we don’t automatically allocate these to odd numbered groups as they are about the same size as our 2 person cabins.

What is the difference between Above Deck and Below Deck cabins?

Above Deck cabins are located on the main deck of the ship, with most opening out onto the deck itself, as this runs along the outside. Depending on the ship, our Above Deck cabins may also open out onto an internal corridor or area instead. The Below Deck cabins are below the Above Deck cabins, and are accessed by a set of stairs and corridor from the main deck. They are located in the hull of the ship and are subsequently cooler and often quieter than the Above Deck cabins, as you don’t have people walking past your cabin on the deck late at night and early in the morning. Please note: On some of the ships the Above Deck cabins are located on 2 levels, i.e. on the main deck and on a top deck. Each ship is unique and therefore the layout does vary from ship to ship.

Is food included?

Breakfast and a traditional lunch or dinner is included every day. We don't include all meals, as we encourage you to try the local cuisine whilst you are out cycling during the day/in port for the evening. Our guide can offer some suggestions on the best places to eat. On some days, lunch may be provided instead of dinner if this fits in better with the day’s itinerary – the guide will advise you of this during the week. The breakfasts are simple continental style, with breads and spreads. You can pay onboard for a cooked breakfast each morning at a supplement of 40 Euros for the week. Lunch/dinner usually consists of 3 courses, with a soup/salad starter, meat or fish-based main course and fruit/cake for dessert, prepared by your onboard cook.

Can I bring food and drink onboard?

You cannot bring food and drink onboard, except for items that fill specific dietary requirements. Each ship has its own bar and drinks consumed onboard (including bottled water) must be purchased from here. You have unlimited access to the onboard water cooler during the salon opening times. We recommend bringing a reusable water bottle with you onboard, and filling this up before the salon closes for the evening.