- Cycle & Sail Croatia's Southern Dalamatia Islands.
- UNESCO ports of Trogir & Stari Grad.
- Cycle the Islands of Hvar, Korcula & Vis.
- Pedal through Cetina Canyon.
- Chilled Korcula wines, Posip & Rukatac.
Bike and Boat Croatia’s Southern Dalmatia archipelago. Sailing across the Adriatic, relax on deck before hopping off to cycle the islands of Hvar, Korcula, Vis and Brac.
Roam the ancient UNESCO harbours and alleyways of Trogir and Stari Grad. Succumb to the pristine beaches of Bol and cycle the dramatic Cetina Gorge. Pedal the lavender scented roads of Hvar and freewheel along some of Croatia’s finest coastline in Brac, Korcula and Vis. Return each evening to the comfort of your boat, to rest and unwind ahead of the next day of Dalamatian discovery.
Day 1 Arrive Trogir, Sail Hvar
reached from Split Airport, Trogir Harbour is only a 6km taxi journey. After a
meeting your crew and fellow cyclists, it’s up anchor for an afternoon sail to Stari
Grad at Hvar Island where you’re free to discover the historic old centre,
cafes and popular market.
is between 2.00pm-2.30pm as the boat sails at 3.00pm. Early luggage drop is
available if required.
Overnight: Stari Grad Harbour
Day 2 Hvar & Vis Islands
Cycling across Hvar on near-traffic free roads through
villages and vineyards leads through quaint harbours of Jelsa and Vrboska.
After lunch on board the afternoon cycle leads through Hvar’s capital and a spectacular
panoramic viewpoint from its Spanish fortress, high above the city. An easy
spin back to the boat enjoys an afternoon sail to Vis.
Cycle: 42 km
Day 3 Vis Island
Having only opened its doors to
tourism less than 30 years ago, cycling around Vis is journey through time as
you discover ancient Roman Baths, Greek ruins and it’s rich 18th
century Venetian history. In the afternoon, it’s off the bikes and back to
relaxing on deck as the boat sails towards Vela Luka on the island of Korcula.
Cycle: 48 km
Day 4 Korcula Island
in age-old traditions, sandy coves and dense woodland, today you’ll discover
the rich offerings of Korcula. Cycling the coastline to Pupnat, there is time
for a quick dip before heading inland pedalling to the hilly village of Blato.
The last stop of the day is the narrow, cobbled streets of Korcula Old Town.
Cycle: 48 km
Day 5 Brac Island
Sailing to Brac, today we stretch the legs a little
further today a steady. A simple climb leads across the shimmering island of Brac,
known for its white marble. Take in panoramic view points across the Adriatic
before enjoying sweeping descents through fig, olive and kiwi groves. After
lunch cycle via the traditional fishing village of Povlja and if there is time,
Cycle: 15 or 35 km
Overnight: Brac Habour
Day 6 Cetina Canyon & Split
short morning sail to Omis, hop off the boat and onto the bikes as you pedal
through the spectacular limestone Cetina Gorge. Carving through the karst
mountains, the River Cetina has produced some outstanding rock formations, most
of which you will see at Omis. Later in the afternoon, rejoin the boat and sail
to the old town of Split where you can explore the palace of Caesar Diocletian
and enjoy relaxing at a pavement café.
Cycle: 43 km
Day 7 Solta Island
across to Omis, lavender and rosemary fills the air as it’s time to hop back in
the saddle one last time. Cycling across Solta, enjoy shady lanes, olive groves
and fig trees line the roads en-route to Maslinica. Rejoining the boat, relax
on deck as you return to Trogir. On arrival there is always time to head into
the old town before an evening toast and dinner back on board.
Cycle: 19 km
Day 8 Onward Travel
leisurely breakfast, you may have time to explore Trogir some more, or
alternatively, the crew are happy to advise on travel arrangements to the
If you looking to travel in 2018, the itinerary on days 2 and 3 will no longer travel via the island of Vis but instead explore the island of Solta.
You will spend each night on the boat in your very comfortable cabin. There is also the opportunity to upgrade
to an upper deck cabin. Your boat is always docked at night and only sails during the day.
The Kapetan Jure and Romantica sail alternate weeks. All cabins on the
Kapetan Jure and Romantica are en-suite. Facilities on board each boat do vary
a little, therefore prices differ depending on the sailing date and boat
selected. Detailed descriptions and images of the boats are outlined
Single Cabins & Solo Cyclists
If you require a single cabin or are travelling solo we are happy to
arrange a single cabin, which is subject to a supplementary payment.
Breakfast is included each morning. Also included are 4 days at full board and 3 days at half board. Your onboard crew will be able to recommend local places to dine.
At 27 x 7m the Kapetan Jure has notched up an impressive 100 Adriatic tours. The spacious salon is decorated with shells, amphorae and showcases of sailor’s knots. At the bow a mermaid keeps watch for the safe navigation of the ship. The Kapetan Jure provides 15 cosy guest cabins each with air conditioning, shower and WC. Due to the shape of the ship's hull the size of the cabins may vary. A spacious living room suite on the quarterdeck and a sundeck with cushioned sleeping mats play a part in contributing to the welcoming atmosphere, inviting you to relax and take in the sun and surrounds.
At 32 x 7.6 m the Romantica was
launched in 2007 and is a shapely two mast motor sailor which combines seafarer
romance with the spirit of the age, style and comfort. One of the most
important things for the captain is the smart appearance of his ship. The salon
and exterior have upscale facilities with a lot of fine details: the salon
tables are decorated with noble intarsia, the corresponding benches are covered
with precious, sun yellow leather. The large sundeck on the Romantica offers
plenty of space to settle back and enjoy the sun. The 16 guest cabins are
spacious and air-conditioned including shower and WC. The bathing platform at
the stern enables easy admittance for a swim in the Adriatic Sea.