Day 1: Omišalj – Cres
Individual arrival in Omišalj, a nice little harbor village on the island of Krk. If you're planning to arrive by car, we will organize a safe parking space for you. Check-in on the motor yacht between 2:00-2:30pm. At approximately 3:00pm the ship takes us to the island of Cres in about four hours. On Cres we take a walk through the Venetian old town in the evening.
Day 2: Islands of Cres and Lošinj (18 miles/28 km)
After breakfast, we start our tour from the city of Cres to Martinšćica. The boat awaits your arrival, and lunch is served during the cruise to the Island of Lošinj. If the weather is good, the captain will arrange a swim stop along the way before tying off in the harbor wellness town of Mali Lošinj. The port, with its colorful facades and numerous cafes, offers its visitors a welcoming atmosphere for a relaxed evening.
Day 3: Island of Lošinj and Molat (12+6 miles/20+10 km)
We cycle along the seaside promenade to the south of Lošinj and visit the picturesque small harbor town of Veli Lošinj before we meet the ship for lunch. In the afternoon we cross over to the island of Molat where we can do another short cycling tour. Finally we stay overnight in a quiet harbor of Molat Island.
Day 4: Island of Dugi Otok | cruise to Zadar ( cycling 26 miles/42 km)
During breakfast the ship leaves Molat and takes us past many small islands to the "spice island" of Dugi Otok. Our bike tour starts in the bay of Božava which is surrounded by pine woods, agaves and tamarisk trees. We ride on a road almost free of traffic. Our ride along the islands "Road in the Sky" takes us to Sali, where the boat awaits us for a sail to Zadar, which, for centuries, was the political, cultural and spiritual centre of Dalmatia. With 3000 years of history having left their imprint on the character of this town, there are many things to be admired: the mighty fortified walls with their bastions, the loggia but also the early Romanesque St. Donatus Basilica. In the evening our tour guide takes us on an extensive walk through the lively city center.
Overnight stay in a calm bay.
Day 5: Islands of Pag – Rab (12 miles/20 km)
After a crossing in the morning, we reach the island of Pag. In the harsh but delightful landscape of the island, we come across many fig and olive trees. Over the centuries the inhabitants have built numerous stone walls for protection against the wind. Starting from Novalja we cycle on the narrow peninsula until we reach the sea from where the ship takes us to Rab.
The island of Rab is one of the sunniest places in Europe. The town of Rab, the fortified capital of the island, was built in the Middle Ages on a wedge-shaped headland and marks one of the highlights of the trip. The four famous bell towers are the symbol of the adorned beauty of the town. After dinner, we can explore the narrow alleys with numerous cozy cafés.
Day 6: Island of Rab (15 miles/25 km)
Get to know the charming island of Rab on a lovely ride around the island. At lunchtime, the ship awaits us in the harbor directly in front of the old town of Rab. We cruise to Jablanac near the picturesque Zavratnica fjord. Later on, the ship takes us over to the neighboring island of Krk where we spend the evening in the historic town of Krk.
Day 7: Island of Krk (28 miles/45 km)
We cycle over the ridge of the island which is covered by fragrant macchia to a valley of vineyards and then onwards to the small museum town of Vrbnik in the northeast. The town built on a 50-meter-high cliff and surrounded by vineyards is the home of the famous white wine Zlahtina.
Another peculiarity that Vrbnik has to offer is the second narrowest alley in the world. The way leads us across the island through old villages and rich vegetation to Omišalj. On our way, we have a chance to swim in the bay of Soline. A cheerful evening meal on board the boat gives you time to celebrate the success of the week with fellow travelers and tour guides.
Day 8: Departure from Omišalj
After breakfast disembarkation by 9:00am, and individual trip home or extended stay in Croatia.
The tour operator reserves the right to make changes to the itinerary, depending on wind and weather conditions or organizational requirements. Sometimes the tour could be conducted in reverse order.