Day 1: Trogir (embarkation) – Rogoznica
Individual arrival to the boat in Trogir (Split airport is about 3 miles away from the harbor of Trogir). After the check in on the motor yacht (between 2-2:30pm), the boat departs Trogir around 3:00pm. During the crossing to Rogoznica, the fresh sea breeze can be enjoyed. Later in the afternoon, there is time to adjust the bicycles.
Special welcome dinner on board!
Day 2: Rogoznica – Vodice – Slanica – Nature Park Telašcica (15 miles/23 km)
In the morning the boat takes us to Vodice. We start our first bike ride starting at the popular resort and soon we cross the bridge to the island of Murter. In Slanica, in the Northwest of the island we the boat awaits us for the cross over to the island of Dugi Otok.
On our way we pass the National Park Kornati - an archipelago in crystal clear water which is known for its rich underwater world. Our destination is the deeply incised Telašćica Bay. In the local nature park the Mir salt lake is situated. At the end of the day we take a short hike to the impressive cliffs.
Day 3: Islands of Dugi Otok and Molat (23 miles + 11 miles/38 km + 18 km)
From the park, we cycle across the almost traffic-free island of Dugi Otok until we finally reach the pine forest, agave, and tamarisk bay of Božava. From there the boat takes us to the flower island of Molat. We explore the island on a short cycle tour. Tonight is spent in the quiet port of the island.
Day 4: The Islands of Ugljan and Pašman – Zadar (12-25 miles/20-40 km)
During breakfast, the boat takes you on a crossing to Preko on the island of Ugljan. From here our tour will take us to Tkon on the island of Pasman. There is plenty of time to explore the two islands of Pasman and Ugljan, married recently by a bridge, on your bikes. The tour follows the eastern coastline of the islands giving you a great view across the channel to the mainland.
After a loop tour, we will meet the ship again in Preko. A short crossing takes us to Zadar, the centuries-old political, cultural and intellectual capital of Dalmatia. Our tour guide will take us for an informative stroll through the bustling streets of the old town center, characterized by 3,000 years of history.
Day 5: Biograd – Vodice – Skradin (35 miles/55 km)
The morning begins with a passage by boat to the city of Biograd followed by a bike tour around the Vraner Lake. Our goal, the swimming destination of Vodice. The Vraner Lake is the largest freshwater reservoir in Dalmatia and offers many migratory birds an opportunity to rest their wings. The ship awaits us in Vodice for lunch. An afternoon crossing by boat brings us closer to the Krka waterfalls, and we will have time to explore the following day in the company of your tour guide.
Day 6: Krka Waterfalls – Šibenik – Island Zlarin
After breakfast, it is time to discover the unique naturally formed waterfalls of the national park of the Krka-Canyon. Afterwards, the boat will take us to Šibenik out of the Krka river mouth and into the Adriatic. Here the Cathedral of St. Jacob is under UNESCO-World-Heritage protection and is regarded as the most magnificent sacral buildings on the Adriatic coast. The old town of Šibenik is also worth a visit before we cross over to the coral island of Zlarin in the afternoon.
Day 7: Primošten – Trogir (28 miles/45 km)
In the morning, we cruise to Primošten. From here, we cycle through the hinterland passing small villages, all the way to Trogir. Many magical views of the town and the island of Čiovo invite for short breaks and taking pictures. The afternoon offers enough time for a stroll through the world cultural heritage old town of Trogir. After dinner, we end our eventful trip with a special farewell dinner and celebration with crew and tour guides.
Day 8: Disembarkation at Trogir
After breakfast, disembarkation by 9:00am and individual trip home (transfers to Split airport included).
The captain reserves the right to make changes to the planned route due to changing wind and weather conditions, and where required by organizational necessities.