Day 1: Trogir – Rogoznica
Individual arrival either to Trogir or Split. After checking in on the motor yacht between 2-2:30pm at Trogir, the boat will depart the harbor at 3:00pm, heading to Rogoznica - a village on a small island which is connected to the mainland by a dam.
Overnight in Rogoznica.
Day 2: Rogoznica – Primošten – Šibenik – Skradin (12 miles/20 km)
In the morning we cycle from Rogoznica to Primošten. From there the boat takes us to the city of Šibenik to the spot where the Krka River flows into the Adriatic Sea. After visiting the famous cathedral and the lovely old town we set off again. On the cruise, we pass the lower course of the river Krka following the river bend until we reach Skradin.
Overnight in port of Skradin.
Day 3: National Park of Krka – Vodice (12 miles/20 km)
The magnificent port of Skradin is today's start point for exploring the most famous part of the Krka National Park with its unique waterfalls. In the early afternoon, our boat takes us to the harbor of Vodice, a well-known holiday town on the Dalmatian mainland. From here we mount the bicycles again for a round trip.
Overnight in Vodice.
Day 4: Vodice – Island of Murter – Nature Park Telašćica (16 miles/27 km)
In the morning we cycle from Vodice to Murter Island that is connected to the mainland by the lift bridge at Tisno. We pass the bridge and cycle along the waterfront, passing by two very old coastal villages until we reach a small landing place from where the boat takes us on a cruise through the National Park Kornati, an archipelago in crystal clear water which is known for its rich aquatic realm.
Our destination is the Nature Park Telašćica. In the evening a walk through the park leads us along the stunning cliffs of the island. The famous Silver Lake - known by movies of Winnetou - is also located in the Nature Park.
Overnight stay on the Island of Dugi Otok.
Day 5: Island of Dugi Otok – Zadar (16 miles/25 km)
After a short crossing, today's bike tour leads us along a virtually traffic-free and panoramic road. We ride across the whole island. During the ride, we're treated to countless unforgettable vistas of the islands in the deep blue sea. We meet our ship for a crossing to Zadar, which for centuries was the political, cultural and spiritual center of Dalmatia. Our tour guide takes us on an extensive walk through the lanes of the lively old center. About 3,000 years of history have left their imprint on the character of this town and there are many things to be admired: the mighty fortified walls with their bastions, the loggia but also the early Romanesque St. Donatus Basilica.
Overnight in Zadar.
Day 6: Islands of Pašman and Ugljan – Island of Zlarin (20 miles/33 km)
During breakfast, the boat crosses to the island of Ugljan at the channel of Zadar. Today we have a lot of time to explore both of the islands Ugljan and Pašman by bicycle. They have been connected by a bridge. We cycle along the East Coast, always with beautiful views to the mainland and the ocean. Afterward, our boat cruises to the coral island of Zlarin.
Overnight in Zlarin.
Day 7: Island of Šolta – Trogir (9 miles/15 km)
In the morning our motor yacht takes us to the island of Šolta. Olive and fig trees and farmland surround the streets. The spicy smell of lavender and rosemary will follow us throughout the whole tour around the silent island until we reach the village Grohote. During mid-day, our last cruise takes us back to Trogir. Here we have enough time to visit the world cultural heritage old town. After dinner, it is time to say goodbye to crew and travel guides.
Overnight in Trogir.
Day 8: Departure from Trogir
After breakfast, disembarkation until 9:00am.
The tour operator reserves the right to make changes to the itinerary, depending on wind and weather conditions or organizational requirements.