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Croatia - Island Hopping Dalmatia - 7 Nights Bicycle Cruise

Croatia - Island Hopping Dalmatia - 7 Nights Bicycle Cruise

Split, Croatia

From: R 16,068.00
Per Person Sharing
  • Prices

    From: R 16,068.00 Per Person Sharing
  • Trip Reference

  • Flights

    No Flights Included
  • Duration

    7 Nights
  • Valid From

    4th of May 2019 (Saturday)
  • Valid To

    8th of June 2019 (Saturday)
  • Expires

    30th of March 2019 (Saturday)
  • Need Visa's

    South Africa: Yes
    British: No
    European Union: No
    American: No
Quick Holiday Overview

Explore stunning Dalmatian islands and coastline, while spending your mornings admiring the spectacular scenery, enjoying swimming in the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and your afternoons and evenings cycling and exploring old historical towns or having fun until the early morning hours. 

This guided cycling tour in Dalmatia starts and ends in Split exploring amazing coastlines, medieval towns, old villages and picturesque bays. Highlights include great beaches, vineyards, pine woods, cycling across the historic islands and exploring Mljet National Park. Croatia is a land of stunning islands, rich history, Mediterranean vegetation and a mild climate. Without doubt, the best way to explore it is by bike.

About the Holiday


Check in time: 11h00 Check-out time 09h00
Saturday Split - Supetar - Pucisica
Bike Course: - BIKE: Supetar - Pucisica

Length: 25 km
Total ascend: 380 m
Highest point: 90 m
Surface: 100 percent paved road
Difficulty level: 2/5
Arrival in Split and check in till 13:00. Departure with lunch and meet your fellow passengers
and the crew. Upon arrival in Supetar you will cycle the coastal road to the northern part of
the island of Brac. We are passing the fishing villages Splitska and Postira and arrive in one
of the most beautiful small settlements in Europe - Pucisica. Free afternoon for sightseeing
this charming place well known for its long stonemason tradition. Overnight in Pucisica.
Sunday Pucisica - Pokrivenik - Sucuraj - Lovista

Bike Course: Pokrivenik - SucurajLength: 32 km
Total ascend: 450 m
Highest point: 350 m
Surface: 100 percent paved
Difficulty level: 3/5
Breakfast and morning sail towards the longest Croatian island - Hvar with the view on
Biokovo mountain. Out starting point is a small picturesque bay Pokrivenik. Starting with
ascend to the highest point of the route and descend to the eastern point of Hvar island -
Sucuraj, where the boat is waiting. After lunch on board, sail towards the second biggest
Croatian peninsula Peljjesac and a charming settlement Lovista. Optional Captain's dinner on
board. Overnight in Lovista.

Monday Lovista - Trstenik
Bike Course: Lovista - TrsteniK

Length: 45 km
Total ascend: 800 m
Highest point: 411 m
Surface: 100 percent paved
Difficulty level: 4/5
The third-day ride we can call the wine-panoramic route. After breakfast we start riding.
towards Orebic, the city of seafarers and captains. First few kilometers of ascending and
then descending with the unique viewpoints on Korcula archipelago. After Orebic ascend to
the area where the most famous varieties of Croatian wine succeed. We cross the tunnel
Dingac to the south side of Peljesac and continue riding through vineyards to Trstenik.
Overnight in Trstenik.

Tuesday Trstenik - Mljet - Korcula
Bike Course: National park Mlje
Length: 18 km
Total ascend: 120 m
Highest point: 45 m
Surface: 80 percent paved, 20 percent macadam
Difficulty level: 1/5
Cruise during breakfast from Trstenik to Mljet island, the lush green island also known as
Honey-island. Mljet National park (entrance fee to be paid on the spot approx. 16 EUR perperson) is a beautiful area of unique charm featuring two connected salt water lakes, a lushflora, a unique appearance of indented coastline, cliffs and numerous islets as well as
always green plants of the surrounding hills. We cycle around the saltwater-lake, insidewhich there is another island with the Benedictine monastery from the 12th century.Refreshment in saltwater lakes and return to lunch on board. Sail to Korcula. Free afternoonfor exploring the town of Marco Polo. Overnight in Korcula.

Wednesday Korcula - Vela Luka
Bike Course: Korcula - Pupnat - Smokvica - Prizba - Blato - Vela Luka

Length: 55 km
Total ascend: 750 m
Highest point: 340 m
Surface: 100 percent paved
Difficulty level: 4/5
After breakfast we start with the longest route of the week in which we will cycle the wholeisland of Korcula. Ascend to rnovo village and then to the oldest settlement on the island- Pupnat, where is the highest point of the route. Descend to the south side of Korcula androad ride between one of the most beautiful bay on the island and the steep cliffs above it.
We continue the ride through numerous olive groves and vineyards, one of the mostfamous grape variety Poip. Short break in the charming place Smokvica on half the way.Descend to the sea and refreshment in one of the numerous pebble hidden beaches.Ascend towards the viewpoint above town Blato and final descend towards our goal - VelaLuka. Dinner on board and overnight in Vela Luka.

Thursday Vela Luka - Hvar - Stari Grad
Bike Course: 1. Hvar - Stari Grad 2. Stari Grad-Jelsa-Vrboska-Stari Grad

Length: 23 km
Total ascend: 450m
Hiughest point:410m
Surface: 100 percent paved
Difficulty level: 3/5
Early morning sail from Vela Luka to the town of Hvar, breakfast. Short sightseeing of Hvar,
a fairy tale city with its architecture, beautiful nature and mild climate. Cycle from Hvar to
the other side of the island - Stari Grad. We pass through numerous lavender plants and
enjoy the view towards the neighboring islands and mainland. Lunch on board in Stari Grad.
Easy afternoon ride up to two Hvar's pearls - Jelsa and Vrboska and through Stari Grad
Plain where the ancient Greek land division has been preserved to these days like the
system of road and plots. Overnight in Stari Grad.

Friday Stari Grad - Stomorska - Split
Bike Course: Stomorska - Maslinica

Length: 36 km
Total ascend: 450 m
Highest point: 135 m
Surface: 100 percent paved
Difficulty level: 2/5
Length: 22 km
Total ascend: 110m
Hiughest point: 85m
Surface: 85% paved 15%macadam
Difficulty level: 1/5
The last day we start with cruise from Stari Grad to the island of olta. After breakfast, we
start cycling from Stomorska to the highest point of the island - Gornje selo, enjoying the
views on both sides of the island and the scents of Medditeranean plants. Continue to
Maslinica on the west part of the island. Short break and return to Stomorska. Lunch on
board and sail to Split. Free afternoon for sightseeing the Diocletian's city. Overnight in

Saturday Disembarkation Split
Breakfast followed by check out at 9:00 am..

Includes & Excludes
  • 7 Nights accommodation on board the Premium MV VAPOR or similar in a Premium Lower Deck
  • Breakfast Daily
  • Three course lunch OR Dinner
  • Liter of water per person daily
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 7 Day Bike Rental Trek or similar


  • Day 1: Split - Supetar - Pucisca
  • Day 2: Pucisca - Pokrivenik - Sucuraj - Lovista
  • Day 3: Lovista - Trstenik
  • Day 4: Trstenik - Mljet - Korcula
  • Day 5: Korcula - Vela Luka
  • Day 6: Vela Luka - Hvar - Stari Grad
  • Day 7: Stari Grad - Stomorska - Split
  • Day 8: Disembarkation Split

Package based on Saturday Departure from Split. Set Departure dates: 04, 11, 18, 25 May - 01, 08 June '19. LAND ONLY excl. return flights to Split.


  • International flights
  • Visa cost
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Items of personal nature
Package Conditions:

Package based on Saturday Departure from Split. Set Departure dates: 04, 11, 18, 25 May - 01, 08 June '19

The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.

Split is the second-largest urban centre in Croatia. The city is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, more specifically the eastern Adriatic Sea.

Split was founded when Diocletian built his retirement home here in AD 295. Born in nearby Salona, this able soldier went on to rule the Roman Empire for two decades. When the palace was complete, he resigned and withdrew to his native Dalmatia where he spent his final years. When tribes of Avars and Slavs rampaged through the region, the people of Salona took refuge within the abandoned palace, turning it into a town in its own right. By the 11th century, the settlement had expanded beyond the ancient walls.

Split has a Mediterranean climate: hot, dry summers and warm, wet winters. Split is one of the sunniest places in Europe.

Within the palace is Split's Town Museum that recounts the history of Split in a series of drawings, coats of arms, weapons, furniture, coins and documents. Another excellent attraction is Split's Archaeological Museum which contains fascinating artefacts from the Roman and early Christian period. Most interesting are the reliefs based on Illyrian mythical figures.

Split's daily market is a sight worth seeing, whether or not you want to buy anything. Just steps from the ferry wharf and the bus terminal, this busy market is open daily from 7am to 1pm. Not only will you find the best deals on fruit, vegetables, olive oil, local brandies and other edibles and drinkables but there are tables of tools, utensils, clothes, boot, electronic and other odds and ends.

Beside the standard European cuisine present in all restaurants and hotels specialties from the grill and the roasting-spit (lamb, pork, and poultry) are very popular. Some specialties are as follows: the Gavrilovic salami, the Dalmatian smoked ham, salty pilchards, sheep cheese, peppered Slavonian sausages, paprika-flavoured salami, etc. From fish meals the fish stew is very savoury, and in the continental region the peppered fish stew with fresh-water fish is favoured.
Terms and Conditions

Prices are based on per person sharing.
Due to the volatility in the South African currency and the price of fuel affecting the price of air tickets we cannot ensure the accuracy of the price as mentioned. The price was correct at the time of printing on 02 March 2019.

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