Day 1: Arrival to Trogir – Island Šolta
Individual arrival to Trogir or by plane to Split airport, which is about 3 miles (5 km) away from the harbor of Trogir. After check in on the motor yacht between 2-2:30pm, the first short cruise starts at 3:00pm from Trogir to Šolta Island.
Overnight in Stomorska harbor.
Day 2: Islands of Šolta and Hvar (13 miles/20 km + 13 miles/20 km)
On Šolta we commence our first tour. Walled fields, numerous olive groves, locust bean and fig trees line the roads. The herbal scent of lavender and rosemary accompanies us along our tour across the island. Our visit to a local beekeeper offers an interesting impression into the production of local honey. After cycling around the island we return to our ship in Stomorska.
Our afternoon cycling tour on the Island of Hvar leads us through the quaint harbors of Jelsa and Vrboska. Afterwards, we return to Stari Grad for our overnight stay.
Overnight in Stari Grad.
Day 3: Islandz Hvar and Korčula (14 miles/22 km)
Today’s tour leads us along the almost traffic free pass road through nicely set small villages to the island's capital, Hvar, where we visit the magnificent Renaissance Square and enjoy the view from the Spanish Fortress, situated high above the city. After today’s tour, the boat takes us to the Island of Korčula.
Overnight in Vela Luka.
Day 4: Korčula Island (38 miles/62 km)
Today we discover the island of Korčula by bicycle and enjoy our lunch break in one of the local restaurants. The calmness and remoteness of the vast vegetation and cypress gardens have given the shape to the probably most beautiful Dalmatian island.
Our cycle tour leads us via the village of Blato, like Rome build on seven hills, along a pass road across Pupnat bay and finally to Korčula town, where we have time to take a walk through the wonderful old town with its narrow fishbone-like alleys.
Overnight in Korčula town.
Day 5: Brač Island (17 miles/27 km)
We cruise to the island of Brač, which is famous for its shining white marble which was also used for the White House and the Reichstag in Berlin. After a lunch break, we start our bicycle tour from Sumartin to Selca and on to the picturesque harbor town of Pučišća, home of one of the most famous masonry schools in Croatia. The creations of the students decorate the harbor village.
Overnight in Pučišća.
Day 6: Omiš – Split (16 or 27 miles/15 or 43 km)
After a morning crossing to Omiš we cycle through the valley of the Cetina River which is surrounded by steep rocks. After 11 miles/18 km we have the choice to take part in a four hours rafting tour on the Cetina River (not included in the tour price) and afterwards a small cycle tour of about 4 miles/7 km back to the boat - or to expand the cycling tour (no rafting) to 27 miles/44 km along small side roads and versatile landscapes until reaching Omiš and its pirate castles. In the afternoon our ship takes us to Split. The old town of Split, built adjoining the famous palace of the Roman Caesar Diocletian, is a world heritage site.
Overnight in Split.
Day 7: Spilt – Trogir (9 miles/15 km)
In the morning we prepare for our last bike ride to Mount Marjan. A popular recreational site for the residents of Split, which offers fantastic views of the city and the surrounding islands.
Afterwards, we board the ship and enjoy the last crossing to Trogir. There is still plenty of time to visit the Old Town, listed as a World Cultural Heritage site. The last evening aboard our ship is celebrated in traditional fashion. While enjoying the communal dinner in a celebratory atmosphere we will have the chance for a last get-together with our crew and tour guides.
Overnight in Trogir.
Day 8: Disembarkation at Trogir
After breakfast, disembarkation by 9:00am; individual trip home or extended stay in Croatia.
The tour operator reserves the right to make changes to the planned itinerary due to changing wind and weather conditions as well as organizational requirements. Should it be the case, for example, that the harbors on the above-mentioned tour sequence are overcrowded, the tour will be operated in reverse.