Dalmatia cruise and cycling - 8 Days

Adriagate cruising and cycling

This guided cycling tour in Dalmatia starts on Brač Island and ends in Omiš exploring amazing coastlines, medieval towns, old villages, and picturesque bays.

Highlights include visiting great beaches, vineyards, pine woods, cycling through the islands, and exploring Mljet National Park.

Dalmatia is a land of picturesque islands, rich history, Mediterranean vegetation, and mild climate and the best way to explore it is, without doubt, by bike.

Important: Professional bike guide accompanies the group on each route.

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Overview

Short route description Split – Brac – Hvar – Korcula – Mljet – Peljesac & Makarska – Omis & Split.

Day 1
Cruise itinerary

Day 1 Saturday (Split – Milna – Bobovišća NM – Milna)
Day 2 Sunday (Brač Island)
Day 3 Monday (Hvar Island)
Day 4 Tuesday (Korčula Island)
Day 5 Wednesday (Mljet Island National Park)
Day 6 Thursday (Pelješac Peninsula – Makarska Riviera)
Day 7 Friday (Omiš – Split)
Day 8 Saturday (Split)

Price includes

  • Included services: Continental breakfasts, three course lunches, 1 liter of water daily

Price not includes

  • Mandatory surcharge paid on the spot: Tourist tax and port fees - 40,00 EUR per person
  • Not included in the price: alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, gratuities, sightseeing/excursions outside the itinerary, extras or personal expenses.
  • Reduction for the 3rd person when booking a triple cabin for 3 adults: 30% reduction
  • Surcharge for renting a standard Bicycle: 100 €
  • Surcharge for renting an E-Bike: 150 €
  • 1 adult + 1 child under 10 years of age in a double or twin cabin: 50% discount only for the child
What are the ships like?

All our ships are motor ships made of wood or iron. Ships differ in size, shape, equipment and comfort. Descriptions for all ships can be found on our webpage. Some of the ships in our fleet are more than one hundred years old and that refers to only the name and shape of the hull. During the reconstruction and repair all planks are replaced as well as all screws and nails. One thing that all of the ships have in common is that they are unlike large cruise ships, which makes them more intimate and laid back.

Can I bring my pet on vacation?

Some owners do not accept pets into their houses. If an owner does accept pet, it is clearly stated on web pages, together with the surcharges required. It is very important to add the pet to your booking form and inform the Agency, otherwise the owner does not have to accept the reservation

How many people are there per ship?

The number of persons on the ships varies from 20 to 40, depending on a size of the ship.

How big are the cabins?

Cabins offer enough places to sleep and the place for traveling bag. They're functional and mostly equipped with, unless otherwise specified in the description, two beds, little wardrobe or open shelf.
Each cabin is assigned based on the order of the reservations. Prior to your arrival bedding is changed meaning fresh and clean sheets.

What is difference between below deck and deck cabins?

The cabins are situated on deck and below deck. The main deck is the deck on which you step on as you embark the ship. There are also cabins on the upper deck (deck on top of the main deck). Cabins below deck are actually in the hull of the ship. Advantage of cabins situated on deck is the direct exit on sea and more fresh air. The cabins below deck are sometimes more quiet since only fellow passengers who booked below deck cabins will pass by and not all passengers on your ship or passengers from other ships when docked. The below deck cabins are comfortable because they're situated in a sea level that chills the cabins. On Superior ships the hallway is often air-conditioned which effects on the temperature in the cabin. Cabins below deck mostly have little portholes.

Is there air conditioning in cabins?

On Premium and Premium deluxe ships the cabins are air conditioned (except sometimes after midnight when there is limited access to electricity). Other categories – cabins are not air conditioned, but salons and hallways below deck usually have air conditioning on Superior category ships. Air conditioners basically operate only when the engine or generator is operational or while the ship is hooked up to electricity at the harbor (extra fee will apply). When spending the night in isolated coves or small fishing towns that do not have electrical outlets the air conditioners are turned off since leaving the generator on would disturb the peace and quiet at night.

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Dalmatia cruise and cycling