Day 1. Arrival at Trogir Harbour
Check-in on the boat is between 14.00-14.30h, and at 15.00h the boat sets out on the first stretch of the cruise to the island of Brac. Overnight in Milna.
Day 2. The islands of Solta and Hvar, cycling approx. 20 km + 20 km
After a short morning boat trip to Stomorska, it’s on to the next island of Solta. The island of Solta is referred to as "the quiet island". We cycle along fenced fields, numerous olive groves, fig trees and wonderfully fragrant lavender fields that mix with the spicy scent of rosemary. Enjoy the colours, fragrances and fresh air on this stage. We'll visit a local beekeeper who'll tell us about the bees, honey and propolis and its healing effect. We return to Stomorska and sail over to the lovely nature harbour at Stari Grad. In the afternoon we'll do a bike ride to the small port villages of Jelsa and Vrboska (known as Little Venice). We return to Stari Grad (The Old Town) which, for good reason, has become a mecca for artists and art lovers.
Day 3. The islands of Hvar and Korčula, cycling approx. 22 km
Hvar is the longest island in the Adriatic Sea and the island that enjoys the most hours of sunshine. We take a bike ride along an almost traffic-free road, through beautifully located little villages and on to the island's main town, Hvar. We'll visit the magnificent Renaissance square and enjoy the view from the Spanish fortress located high above the town. We jump on board again and cruise over to Korčula Island. Overnight in Vela Luka.
Day 4. The island of Korčula, cycling approx. 62 km
Korčula is by many considered to be the most beautiful of the islands. In the shadow of the cypress trees and through stunningly beautiful nature, we cross the island from west to east. Our cycling route leads us through the village of Blato, which, like Rome, is built on seven hills. We follow the road across the pass to the Pupnat Bay with a breath-taking view, and finally on to the town of Korčula, where we have time to take a tour through the wonderful old town with its narrow alleyways. The lunch stop will be in a local restaurant along the way. We stay overnight in Korčula town.
Day 5. The island of Brac, cycling approx. 27 km
We sail to the island of Brac, famous for its shiny white marble which, among other places, has been used in the White House in Washington and in the Reichstag building in Berlin.After lunch, we cycle from Sumartin to Selca and on to the beautiful town of Pučišća. Overnight in Pučišća.
Day 6. Omis - Split, cycling approx. 25 or 44 km
In the morning we head for Omis, from where we cycle through the Cetina Valley with beautiful, rugged rock formations along the river itself. After 18 km, we have the choice between doing a four-hour rafting trip on the Cetina River (not included in the tour price) followed by a short 7 km bike ride back to the boat, or to extend the cycle route (no rafting) to 44 km, riding on small roads through versatile landscapes until we again reach Omiš and its pirate castles. In the afternoon our boat brings us to Split. The old town of Split, built around the Roman Caesar Diocletian's Palace around the year 300 AD, is a part of UNESCO's world heritage. Overnight in Split.
Day 7. Split - Marjan, cycling approx. 15 km
In the morning we prepare for our final stage of cycling to Marjan. A popular recreation area among the inhabitants of Split. From here, there is a great view of the city and the surrounding islands. 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 heritage site. This last evening we'll finish with a nice and festive dinner in company with all the guests, crew and tour guides.
Day 8. Trogir - Departure Day
Departure after breakfast, unless you have booked extra nights at a hotel in Trogir.
Reservations: The stated itinerary is indicative. If weather conditions etc. makes it necessary to change the schedules, it’s the captain who makes that decision.