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What makes an epic island hopping adventure even more special? How about adding a luxury yacht to the mix, so you can sail the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic in style and comfort? The 8-day e-bike & boat tour will have you jumping from one island to the next, pedaling through stunning landscapes, surrounded by endless Mediterranean riches. Explore the charming islands of Mljet, Vis, Korčula, Brač, and Hvar, and walk the stone-paved streets of the world-famous cities of Split and Dubrovnik. From Roman emperors’ palaces to Renaissance cloisters, from the once forbidden islands to shape-shifting sand beaches, Dalmatia has it all, and it will make your trip unforgettable.

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  • A journey for the senses

    Pedal through lavender fields, taste quality red wines and swim in the azure sea

  • Immersion into Croatian beauty & history

    The islands’ history goes back to ancient Roman and Greek times

  • Carefree experience on a luxury yacht

    Harmonia yacht features a private chef, friendly crew, high-end interior, and a spacious sun deck

Available itineraries

Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia: From Split to Dubrovnik

Starting from the city of Split, where Roman emperors once reigned, get onboard a luxury yacht for an 8-day e-bike and boat tour. This is island hopping at its finest: you will visit five islands (Mljet, Vis, Korčula, Hvar, and Brač), and soak in its fascinating history, natural marvels, and local’s hospitality. Aboard the boat you will have numerous facilities and options, so it’s guaranteed you’ll never have a moment of boredom on this tour! The tour ends in Dubrovnik—if you’re a fan of the route you’ll be taking, and the dates don’t suit you, check out the other option, the one that departs from Dubrovnik and ends in Split.

  • Meet your guide and your team at the yacht in Split harbor between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour with your group, you will get the chance to see inside the former Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian and learn about its transformation into the city that it is today. The boat will remain docked in Split, giving you the opportunity to experience Split’s nightlife.

    Split, Croatia town
  • In the morning, cruise to the island of Brač, famous for its radiant, precious limestone that was used in part for the White House in Washington as well as for the construction of the German Reichstag building in Berlin. Once there, cycle from the charming harbor town of Pučišća (internationally known for its stone masonry college) across the island to Bol. You’ll find the world-famous, incredible Golden Horn, a beach famous for its ever-changing shape. Swim in the turquoise waters here before boarding your boat and moving onto Jelsa on the island of Hvar.

    Distance: 14 miles / 23 km

    Zlatni rat, Bol
  • Today’s cycling on the island of Hvar takes you from Jelsa to Stari Grad. After a short break, continue pedaling through lavender fields and cute hamlets all the way to the island’s main city, Hvar. Marvel at the magnificent Renaissance Square and enjoy the view up from the Spanish Fortress, rising high above the town. Before getting back to the boat, have a stroll through the wonderful Hvar. From Hvar, you will continue by boat to the island of Vis, where you’ll anchor.

    Distance: 22 miles / 35 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • Vis is the furthermost inhabited island from mainland Croatia. Its history goes 2,300 years back, when it was a Greek colony called Issa. Due to its strategic location, it was a military zone until 1995, prohibited for foreign tourists—but today, you have the opportunity to explore this lovely island by bike. From the town of Vis, cycle once around the entire island with a coffee stop in the harbor of Komiža and a possibility for a traditional Croatian lunch before returning to the boat. Once there, the boat takes you to the harbor of Vela Luka on the island of Korčula, where you’ll spend the night.

    Distance: 20 miles / 32 km

    Cycling in South Dalmatia
  • Cycle across the charming island of Korčula all the way to Korčula town. The island features a mild Mediterranean climate and a vast variety of various landscapes. Take your time exploring this wonder of an island, enjoy the views of the deep blue sea and the neighboring islands. The town of Korčula competes with Venice for the honor of being the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Spend the evening wandering through the fishbone-shaped old city (designed to reduce the effects of wind and sun, providing its citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation), and soak up the atmosphere. A guided city tour will give you a good overview of the city and its interesting history.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Korčula town
  • During breakfast, a short cruise brings you to the harbor of Orebić on the Pelješac peninsula. Pelješac can be recognized from far away with its monumental 3,280-foot (1,000-meter) high Sv. Ilija mountain range. This is also a famous wine region (featuring the famous local wines Plavac and Dingač), where vineyards can be found firmly rooted into steep hills. Today’s cycling takes you along the coastline from Orebić to Trstenik where a boat will wait with a delicious lunch (a short section is ridden on gravel roads to avoid traffic of the busy main road). Set off towards the green island of Mljet. Enjoy an afternoon bike tour or a hike through the Mljet National Park with its two salt lakes. Spend the night in the harbor of Pomena.

    Distance: 18 miles / 30 km

    Group of cyclers in Dalmatia
  • From Pomena, cycle the length of the island to Sobra. Mljet is 70% covered with dense woodlands, and it’s the most forested island in the Mediterranean region. Even Homer, the legendary Greek poet, mentioned Mljet in his epic “Odyssey” poem. He made it the home of the Calypso nymph and the Greek king Odysseus, who, unable to resist Calypso, stayed on Mljet for seven years. Board the boat in Sobra and enjoy your last cruise to the final highlight of the week—the incredible Dubrovnik. After your arrival there, there’s plenty of time to explore the UNESCO World Heritage city and take part in a guided city tour. A cheerful evening meal on board provides the chance to party and celebrate the wonderful week behind you.

    Distance: 17.5 miles / 28 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • After breakfast, it’s time to disembark the yacht until 9 am. If you need any recommendations, your guides can arrange further explorations of Croatia! Just let us know if you’d like to prolong your tour.

    Panorama of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Early Bird: Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia: From Split to Dubrovnik 2025

Starting from the city of Split, where Roman emperors once reigned, get onboard a luxury yacht for an 8-day e-bike and boat tour. This is island hopping at its finest: you will visit five islands (Mljet, Vis, Korčula, Hvar, and Brač), and soak in its fascinating history, natural marvels, and local’s hospitality. Aboard the boat you will have numerous facilities and options, so it’s guaranteed you’ll never have a moment of boredom on this tour! The tour ends in Dubrovnik—if you’re a fan of the route you’ll be taking, and the dates don’t suit you, check out the other option, the one that departs from Dubrovnik and ends in Split.

  • Meet your guide and your team at the yacht in Split harbor between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour with your group, you will get the chance to see inside the former Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian and learn about its transformation into the city that it is today. The boat will remain docked in Split, giving you the opportunity to experience Split’s nightlife.

    Split, Croatia town
  • In the morning, cruise to the island of Brač, famous for its radiant, precious limestone that was used in part for the White House in Washington as well as for the construction of the German Reichstag building in Berlin. Once there, cycle from the charming harbor town of Pučišća (internationally known for its stone masonry college) across the island to Bol. You’ll find the world-famous, incredible Golden Horn, a beach famous for its ever-changing shape. Swim in the turquoise waters here before boarding your boat and moving onto Jelsa on the island of Hvar.

    Distance: 14 miles / 23 km

    Zlatni rat, Bol
  • Today’s cycling on the island of Hvar takes you from Jelsa to Stari Grad. After a short break, continue pedaling through lavender fields and cute hamlets all the way to the island’s main city, Hvar. Marvel at the magnificent Renaissance Square and enjoy the view up from the Spanish Fortress, rising high above the town. Before getting back to the boat, have a stroll through the wonderful Hvar. From Hvar, you will continue by boat to the island of Vis, where you’ll anchor.

    Distance: 22 miles / 35 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • Vis is the furthermost inhabited island from mainland Croatia. Its history goes 2,300 years back, when it was a Greek colony called Issa. Due to its strategic location, it was a military zone until 1995, prohibited for foreign tourists—but today, you have the opportunity to explore this lovely island by bike. From the town of Vis, cycle once around the entire island with a coffee stop in the harbor of Komiža and a possibility for a traditional Croatian lunch before returning to the boat. Once there, the boat takes you to the harbor of Vela Luka on the island of Korčula, where you’ll spend the night.

    Distance: 20 miles / 32 km

    Cycling in South Dalmatia
  • Cycle across the charming island of Korčula all the way to Korčula town. The island features a mild Mediterranean climate and a vast variety of various landscapes. Take your time exploring this wonder of an island, enjoy the views of the deep blue sea and the neighboring islands. The town of Korčula competes with Venice for the honor of being the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Spend the evening wandering through the fishbone-shaped old city (designed to reduce the effects of wind and sun, providing its citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation), and soak up the atmosphere. A guided city tour will give you a good overview of the city and its interesting history.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Korčula town
  • During breakfast, a short cruise brings you to the harbor of Orebić on the Pelješac peninsula. Pelješac can be recognized from far away with its monumental 3,280-foot (1,000-meter) high Sv. Ilija mountain range. This is also a famous wine region (featuring the famous local wines Plavac and Dingač), where vineyards can be found firmly rooted into steep hills. Today’s cycling takes you along the coastline from Orebić to Trstenik where a boat will wait with a delicious lunch (a short section is ridden on gravel roads to avoid traffic of the busy main road). Set off towards the green island of Mljet. Enjoy an afternoon bike tour or a hike through the Mljet National Park with its two salt lakes. Spend the night in the harbor of Pomena.

    Distance: 18 miles / 30 km

    Group of cyclers in Dalmatia
  • From Pomena, cycle the length of the island to Sobra. Mljet is 70% covered with dense woodlands, and it’s the most forested island in the Mediterranean region. Even Homer, the legendary Greek poet, mentioned Mljet in his epic “Odyssey” poem. He made it the home of the Calypso nymph and the Greek king Odysseus, who, unable to resist Calypso, stayed on Mljet for seven years. Board the boat in Sobra and enjoy your last cruise to the final highlight of the week—the incredible Dubrovnik. After your arrival there, there’s plenty of time to explore the UNESCO World Heritage city and take part in a guided city tour. A cheerful evening meal on board provides the chance to party and celebrate the wonderful week behind you.

    Distance: 17.5 miles / 28 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • After breakfast, it’s time to disembark the yacht until 9 am. If you need any recommendations, your guides can arrange further explorations of Croatia! Just let us know if you’d like to prolong your tour.

    Panorama of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia: From Dubrovnik to Split

Begin your island-hopping adventure in Dubrovnik, also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. From here, you will board a deluxe yacht which will take you from one Croatian island to the next—from Mljet, you’ll go to Korčula, Vis, Hvar, and Brač, and end up in the once-Roman city of Split. During the day, you will cycle through these islands, go on guided city tours, and unwind in the Mediterranean sun and sea. Your home for the week is a luxury yacht with plenty of facilities and entertainment. Should the dates of this tour not suit you, and you already fell in love with the route, worry not. Check out our other option, from Split to Dubrovnik—it’s the same route, just the other way around, with different dates.

  • Meet your guide and your team at the yacht in Dubrovnik harbor Gruž between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour with your group, you will get the chance to get to know the city and explore some interesting details of the town’s history, visiting the most impressive sights. The yacht stays docked in Gruž, giving you the opportunity to experience Dubrovnik’s nightlife.

    Aerial view of Dubrovnik
  • In the morning, cross over to the nearby island of Šipan, the largest one of the Elaphiti islands, yet still quite small. This is a great place for your first bike tour and to get used to riding in a group. Get back to the yacht and set sail towards the green island of Mljet. Mljet is 70% covered with dense woodlands, and it’s the most forested island in the Mediterranean region. Even Homer, the legendary Greek poet, mentioned Mljet in his epic “Odyssey” poem. He made it the home of the Calypso nymph and the Greek king Odysseus, who, unable to resist Calypso, stayed on Mljet for seven years. Arrive in the harbor of Pomena, enjoy a round tour on your bike through the Mljet National Park. Night is spent in the harbor of Pomena on Mljet.

    Distance: 7 miles / 11 km + 15.5 miles / 25 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • During breakfast, a short cruise brings you to the harbor of Trstenik on Pelješac. Pelješac can be recognized from far away with its monumental 3,280-foot (1,000-meter) high Sv. Ilija mountain range. This is also a famous wine region (featuring the famous local wines Plavac and Dingač), where vineyards can be found firmly rooted into steep hills. Today’s cycling takes you along the coastline from Trstenik to Orebić where a boat will wait with a delicious lunch (a short section is ridden on gravel roads to avoid traffic of the busy main road). Set off towards Korčula island and stop in the city of Korčula, a city competing with Venice for the honor of being the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Spend the evening wandering through the fishbone-shaped old city (designed to reduce the effects of wind and sun, providing its citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation), and soak up the atmosphere. A guided city tour will give you a good overview of the city and its interesting history.

    Distance: 15.5 miles / 25 km

    Korčula cyclists
  • Today’s cycling tour takes you across the charming island of Korčula. The island features a mild Mediterranean climate and a vast variety of various landscapes. Take your time exploring this wonder of an island, enjoy the views of the deep blue sea and the neighboring islands. Dinner is served onboard to recharge after a day full of activity.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Korčula town
  • Leaving Korčula behind, enjoy a breakfast cruise to the island of Vis with a possible swim stop from the boat before arrival. Vis is the furthermost inhabited island from mainland Croatia. Its history goes 2,300 years back, when it was a Greek colony called Issa. Due to its strategic location, it was a military zone until 1995, prohibited for foreign tourists—but today, you have the opportunity to explore this lovely island by bike. From the town of Vis, cycle once around the entire island with a coffee stop in the harbor of Komiža. The night is spent in the harbor of Vis.

    Distance: 20 miles / 32 km

    Vis, Croatia
  • The day starts with a relaxing cruise to Hvar town on the eponymous island. Make use of the time before the bike tour begins and go for a stroll through the wonderful town. Marvel at the magnificent Renaissance Square and enjoy the view up from the Spanish Fortress, rising high above the town. Today’s bike tour takes you from Hvar town up a steady climb through lavender fields and cute hamlets all the way to the harbor town of Jelsa on the other side of the island. After ice cream and coffee in Jelsa, continue your ride through the picturesque town of Vrboska and through ancient Greek plains, now a protected UNESCO heritage site, to the artistic village of Stari Grad where your boat is anchored.

    Distance: 24 miles / 40 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • In the morning, cruise to the island of Brač, famous for its radiant, precious limestone that was used in part for the White House in Washington as well as for the construction of the German Reichstag building in Berlin. Once there, cycle from Milna to the charming harbor town of Pučišća (internationally known for its stone masonry college). Climbing your way over the island offers spectacular views across the Dalmatian coast. Along the way, take time to interact with the locals before continuing along the coast from Postira to Pučišća, where the boat waits for lunch and final cruise to Split. Once you reach this UNESCO world heritage city, take a guided city tour. Discover the Palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian and learn about its transformation into the city that it is today. A cheerful evening meal on board provides the chance to party and celebrate the wonderful week behind you.

    Distance: 24 miles / 40 km

    Brač ponies
  • After breakfast, it’s time to disembark the yacht until 9 am. If you need any recommendations, your guides can arrange further explorations of Croatia! Just let us know if you’d like to prolong your tour.

    Split, Croatia town
Early Bird: Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia: From Dubrovnik to Split 2025

Begin your island-hopping adventure in Dubrovnik, also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. From here, you will board a deluxe yacht which will take you from one Croatian island to the next—from Mljet, you’ll go to Korčula, Vis, Hvar, and Brač, and end up in the once-Roman city of Split. During the day, you will cycle through these islands, go on guided city tours, and unwind in the Mediterranean sun and sea. Your home for the week is a luxury yacht with plenty of facilities and entertainment. Should the dates of this tour not suit you, and you already fell in love with the route, worry not. Check out our other option, from Split to Dubrovnik—it’s the same route, just the other way around, with different dates.

  • Meet your guide and your team at the yacht in Dubrovnik harbor Gruž between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour with your group, you will get the chance to get to know the city and explore some interesting details of the town’s history, visiting the most impressive sights. The yacht stays docked in Gruž, giving you the opportunity to experience Dubrovnik’s nightlife.

    Aerial view of Dubrovnik
  • In the morning, cross over to the nearby island of Šipan, the largest one of the Elaphiti islands, yet still quite small. This is a great place for your first bike tour and to get used to riding in a group. Get back to the yacht and set sail towards the green island of Mljet. Mljet is 70% covered with dense woodlands, and it’s the most forested island in the Mediterranean region. Even Homer, the legendary Greek poet, mentioned Mljet in his epic “Odyssey” poem. He made it the home of the Calypso nymph and the Greek king Odysseus, who, unable to resist Calypso, stayed on Mljet for seven years. Arrive in the harbor of Pomena, enjoy a round tour on your bike through the Mljet National Park. Night is spent in the harbor of Pomena on Mljet.

    Distance: 7 miles / 11 km + 15.5 miles / 25 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • During breakfast, a short cruise brings you to the harbor of Trstenik on Pelješac. Pelješac can be recognized from far away with its monumental 3,280-foot (1,000-meter) high Sv. Ilija mountain range. This is also a famous wine region (featuring the famous local wines Plavac and Dingač), where vineyards can be found firmly rooted into steep hills. Today’s cycling takes you along the coastline from Trstenik to Orebić where a boat will wait with a delicious lunch (a short section is ridden on gravel roads to avoid traffic of the busy main road). Set off towards Korčula island and stop in the city of Korčula, a city competing with Venice for the honor of being the birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo. Spend the evening wandering through the fishbone-shaped old city (designed to reduce the effects of wind and sun, providing its citizens with sheltered and comfortable accommodation), and soak up the atmosphere. A guided city tour will give you a good overview of the city and its interesting history.

    Distance: 15.5 miles / 25 km

    Korčula cyclists
  • Today’s cycling tour takes you across the charming island of Korčula. The island features a mild Mediterranean climate and a vast variety of various landscapes. Take your time exploring this wonder of an island, enjoy the views of the deep blue sea and the neighboring islands. Dinner is served onboard to recharge after a day full of activity.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Korčula town
  • Leaving Korčula behind, enjoy a breakfast cruise to the island of Vis with a possible swim stop from the boat before arrival. Vis is the furthermost inhabited island from mainland Croatia. Its history goes 2,300 years back, when it was a Greek colony called Issa. Due to its strategic location, it was a military zone until 1995, prohibited for foreign tourists—but today, you have the opportunity to explore this lovely island by bike. From the town of Vis, cycle once around the entire island with a coffee stop in the harbor of Komiža. The night is spent in the harbor of Vis.

    Distance: 20 miles / 32 km

    Vis, Croatia
  • The day starts with a relaxing cruise to Hvar town on the eponymous island. Make use of the time before the bike tour begins and go for a stroll through the wonderful town. Marvel at the magnificent Renaissance Square and enjoy the view up from the Spanish Fortress, rising high above the town. Today’s bike tour takes you from Hvar town up a steady climb through lavender fields and cute hamlets all the way to the harbor town of Jelsa on the other side of the island. After ice cream and coffee in Jelsa, continue your ride through the picturesque town of Vrboska and through ancient Greek plains, now a protected UNESCO heritage site, to the artistic village of Stari Grad where your boat is anchored.

    Distance: 24 miles / 40 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • In the morning, cruise to the island of Brač, famous for its radiant, precious limestone that was used in part for the White House in Washington as well as for the construction of the German Reichstag building in Berlin. Once there, cycle from Milna to the charming harbor town of Pučišća (internationally known for its stone masonry college). Climbing your way over the island offers spectacular views across the Dalmatian coast. Along the way, take time to interact with the locals before continuing along the coast from Postira to Pučišća, where the boat waits for lunch and final cruise to Split. Once you reach this UNESCO world heritage city, take a guided city tour. Discover the Palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian and learn about its transformation into the city that it is today. A cheerful evening meal on board provides the chance to party and celebrate the wonderful week behind you.

    Distance: 24 miles / 40 km

    Brač ponies
  • After breakfast, it’s time to disembark the yacht until 9 am. If you need any recommendations, your guides can arrange further explorations of Croatia! Just let us know if you’d like to prolong your tour.

    Split, Croatia town
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Meet your guides

Ivan Botić
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Ivan Botić
Tour Guide Croatia
Ivan has been a part of the Islandhopping team since 2014, He spends most of his time guiding cycling and mountain biking tours in South Dalmatia and enjoying the outdoors. His free time is spent with his family and friends, weather just relaxing or doing all kinds of sports and outdoor activities.
Hrvoje Šincek
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Hrvoje Šincek
Tour Guide Croatia
Hrvoje has been one of the Croatian Islandhopping tour guides since 2022, enjoying the fact that his "office" is on the ship. His favorite destination is Southern Dalmatia—the island of Vis with its calming energy and first class pastries, the island of Korčula with its diverse small villages and rich history and the island of Brač, home to the town of Pučišća where it always looks like it’s snowing because of the white limestone houses.
Mario Ivančević
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Mario Ivančević
Tour Guide Croatia
Mario joined Islandhopping in 2022. He enjoys biking and sailing on the beautiful Croatian coast, teaching guests all about the rich history, biodiversity and culture of Croatia. When he's not working, you'll find him rock climbing, playing drums and hanging out with his kids.
Islandhopping
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Islandhopping
Founded in 1998, Islandhopping is your top choice for biking, mountain biking, road biking, e-biking, and multi adventures aboard a boat. What started out as two bicycle tours in Croatia has grown into 300 tours a year with over 7,000 guests from all around the world. They guide travelers all over the Mediterranean, Central & Northern Europe, in Vietnam, South Africa, and Patagonia. Islandhopping’s tour guides are incredibly knowledgeable, multilingual, and educated in first aid, cultural presentations, and bike repairs. They’ll liven up the tour experience and make sure guests create lasting memories for a lifetime.
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Arnold Maier (source: Google reviews)

It is really very difficult to put into words what we were able to experience. It was by far the best trip of my life, I can’t put it any other way. The ship, the crew, the guides, the tours, the food and and and everything was just perfect. Thank you so much for letting me experience that.

Toni Todoric (source: Google reviews)

If you’re looking for a great bike & boat experience, look no further- you found it!

Ralph J. Schiel (source: Google reviews)

Great trips with even better people

Luli Cox (source: Facebook)

Love the guides, the boat, service and the bikes are really amazing! Boat and bikes are the best combination! The experience is fantastic and unforgettable .
Thanks Guys!

Sarah Styles (source: Facebook)

Brilliant idea. Cycling, swimming and island hopping in one package . And teenagers up before 8!

Things to know

  • This tour takes place in two directions, either from Dubrovnik to Split OR from Split to Dubrovnik. The tour’s route is otherwise identical and price includes the same things regardless of the direction.

    What you get on this adventure:

      • English and German-speaking professional, experienced guide
      • 8-day e-bike and boat tour from Split to Dubrovnik or Dubrovnik to Split
      • Most meals — 2x full board & 5x half board
      • Accommodation on a deluxe yacht with crew (7 nights)
      • Bed linen and towels
      • Overview maps for the daily tours
      • City tours in Dubrovnik, Korčula and Split

    Mountain bike and helmet rentals are available for an added fee of $200-$220.

    What’s not included:

      • Transportation to the starting point (Split or Dubrovnik)
      • Accommodations before and after the tour
      • Flat rate for bottled water and tourist taxes — $65
      • Airport transfers
      • Meals not listed in the itinerary & snacks
      • Beverages on board (tally sheet; to be paid to the captain)
      • Meals and beverages ashore
      • Entrance fee for sights not included in the tour price
      • Guide and crew gratuities — optional
      • Travel insurance

    Additional optional services:

      • Harmony Boat options
        • Shared twin cabin — no surcharge, on request
        • Cabin above deck — $280 per person
        • Double cabin for single use below deck — $660 per person
        • Double cabin for single use above deck — $880 per person
      • Rental bike with Ortlieb pannier (if bicycle has a rack)
        • E-bike — $220 for the whole trip
        • Gravel or road bike — $200 for the whole trip
      • Private airport transfers — price on request
      • 3-day extension in Sinj (3* or 4* hotel in a single or a double room) — detailed itinerary and information upon request
      • All-round carefree package (if arriving by car) — overnight stay in Kaštel Stari; safe parking during the tour; transfer to ferry ports; crossing by catamaran to Dubrovnik; pick up in Split and transfer to parking
  • Your home for the week is the Harmonia yacht, a deluxe, 37.5 meters (125 ft) long motor yacht. Its spacious cabins can accommodate up to 36 people. The comfortable saloon with its high-end furnishings and the vast sundeck with recliners and sunning mats fulfill even the highest expectations! The stern of the ship offers a swimming platform, providing easy access in and out of the sea, making it possible to swim directly from the ship when anchored in a secluded bay.

    Harmonia yacht

  • This e-bike & boat tour in Split and Dubrovnik is suitable for cyclists with a good basic level of fitness. The tours and elevation gain are very manageable with an e-bike. You can expect between 25-60 km (15-40 miles) with 400-700 m (1,310-2,300 ft) of elevation gain per day.

    The riding pace is determined by cyclists on e-bikes. Should you take part in this tour on a gravel bike, you should have the necessary physical condition to keep up with this pace.

    Only children with a good physical condition and previous bicycle tour experience and a minimum age of 10 can join. Please note that the minimum height for a rental e-bike is 1.50 m (4’9”). Follow-me bikes, bike seats, and bike bungees can also be hired for accompanying children. For more information about your child joining, please contact us.

    Want to see what else is there on offer in Croatia? Check out this cycling tour of the Croatian coast, mountain biking along the coast or an active holiday in Croatia.

  • Here’s what you’ll need:

      • Comfortable riding or athletic clothing, preferably moisture wicking or synthetic material
      • Helmet (mandatory to wear) — please bring your own, well-fitted helmet, rental ones are limited (reservation required)
      • Padded cycling shorts — recommended
      • Week’s worth of relaxed leisure clothing
      • Swimming gear
      • Long-sleeved sweater or sweatshirt
      • Waterproof jacket
      • Sneakers or sport shoes
      • Sunglasses
      • Plenty of water, water bottle or hydration bladder
      • Daypack with snacks
      • Biking gloves are optional but recommended
      • Toiletries (sunscreen, hand sanitizer, bug spray, toilet paper, etc.)

    Dress comfortably and for the weather in clothes you can move in. We suggest bringing clothing appropriate for the season. Layers are best and don’t wear jeans.

  • Due to safety regulations on the ship, it is not allowed to bring your own e-bike. By renting it with your guides, you will get high-quality, fully serviced rental bikes perfect for the terrain of this tour. You can bring your own bike seat and pedals, guides will be happy to assist you in attaching these to your rental bikes.

    It is not advisable to bring your own tour bike, as the pace is oriented towards e-bike riders. If you want to bring your own bike on the trip, it’s recommended you bring a bike that meets the technical requirements to keep up the pace with the higher speed of e-bikes. In addition, your bike will need to have good tires (e.g. Gravel Bike or Cyclocross Bike). Before traveling, please check the condition of brakes, gears, and tires as well as bringing repair kits and essential spare parts (e.g. inner tube). Your bike must be in top technical condition. Please keep in mind that transporting your own bike will result in additional costs when flying.

    Helmet wearing is mandatory and it’s recommended you bring your own, well-fitted helmet. Rental helmets are available, but in a limited capacity, so reservation is required should you need it.

  • There are 15 cabins available onboard, nine above deck and six below deck. All of them are air-conditioned and include a tiled ensuite bathroom with a shower, washbasin, and toilet.

    The pricing is based on shared cabins below deck. The configuration of the beds can be twin beds or a double bed, depending on availability. In case you are traveling alone, you will be paired with another person of the same gender. In case there’s no one else of the same gender, you will get the cabin for yourself.

    You can upgrade to a shared cabin above deck. The configuration of the beds is also dependent on availability but we will do our best to accommodate your wishes.

    In case you would like to secure a cabin for yourself, you can request a cabin above or below deck and pay a single supplement. There are 2-3 cabins for single use on each ship.

    There are also cabins with three or four beds. In case 3 or 4 people are sharing a cabin, the 3rd and 4th persons get a 50% discount on the base price of the tour, regardless of age. If this is something you’d be interested in, let us know and we’ll help make arrangements.

    Cabin aboard Harmonia

    Here are some pros and cons of cabins below and above deck:

    Cabins below deck are better for sleeping as there is less noise coming from the harbor, there is AC and ventilation, but the windows don’t open. Rooms near the engine or anchor might have more noise in the early morning hours during departure.

    Cabins above deck are better for people suffering of seasickness. They have windows that open, more natural light and air, and cabins open up to the walkway. However, it might be more difficult to fall asleep as there is more noise and light coming from the harbor.

  • Experienced and friendly crew tends to the wellbeing of guests onboard. A cruise onboard the Harmonia offers the full package: indulgence, relaxation, and a carefree experience. Outdoor speakers, flat-screen TV, kayak, audio system, snorkel set, stand-up paddle—these are just some of the extra facilities you can look forward to. On-board chef prepares breakfast and one or two warm meals a day.

    Deck on Harmonia

  • Group sizes:

      • The group size for this e-bike and boat tour around Split and Dubrovnik is set at 36 people. That is the maximum number of people that can be accommodated on the Harmonia yacht.
      • It takes a minimum of 14 people aboard a yacht for this tour to operate. Your guides reserve the right to cancel the reservation if not enough participants sign up. Your guides will let you know as soon as possible, at least three weeks prior to the start of the trip.
      • Depending on the number of people, there can be between 1 and 3 professional guides per trip.

    Pricing:

      • The price depends on multiple factors: whether you opt for a cabin above or below deck, whether you share it or want to have it to yourself, whether there are children joining, whether you’re a third or fourth person in a three-person or four-person cabin, and which date you’re departing.
      • Find more details on pricing in the FAQ and upon checkout.

    Min. age requirements:

      • If you are older than 18, you’re good to go.
      • Only children with a good physical condition, previous bicycle tour experience and a minimum age of 10 can join. Please note that the minimum height for a rental e-bike is 1.50 m (4’9”).
      • Follow-me bikes, bike seats, and bike bungees can also be hired for accompanying children.
      • There is a 25% percent discount (not combined with other discounts) for children up to the age of 16. For more information about your child joining, please contact us.
  • Depending on which direction of the tour you choose (Split to Dubrovnik OR Dubrovnik to Split), you can either fly into Split Airport (SPU) or Dubrovnik Airport (DBV).

    If you’re boarding the Dubrovnik towards Split e-bike and boat tour, your journey begins between 2 and 2:30 pm on Day 1 in Gruž, Dubrovnik’s port.

    If you’re boarding the Split towards Dubrovnik e-bike and boat tour, your journey begins between 2 and 2:30 pm in Split’s harbor.

  • We highly recommend that you cover all your bases with both emergency medical and travel insurance. With medical insurance, if you have an accident or medical emergency on or off the mountain, you’ll avoid paying out of pocket for costly expenses. This covers everything from hospital treatments to emergency air transportation and more.

    Travel insurance covers canceled flights, natural disasters and other scenarios that may interrupt your travel plans.

    We also expect you to respect local regulations and take measures to protect yourselves, your guides, and the communities you’re traveling to. For more information on travel recommendations and restrictions in Croatia, please refer to Croatia’s foreign travel advice.

    If you need assistance selecting the right insurance for your group, let us know and we will be happy to help!

  • A 30% deposit to secure your place is due upon booking. The remaining amount is paid 2 months (60 days) prior to departure. Once the trip is confirmed by the guide, the cancellation policy stated below applies. If the Client cancels…

      • Sixty (60) calendar days or more prior to the beginning of the trip, Client pays twenty percent (20%) of the total invoice amount.
      • Fifty-nine (59) to thirty-one (31) calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip, Client pays forty percent (40%) of the total invoice amount.
      • Thirty (30) to twenty-one (21) calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip, Client pays seventy percent (70%) of the total invoice amount.
      • Twenty (20) to eleven (11) calendar days prior to the beginning of the trip, Client pays eighty percent (80%) of the total invoice amount.
      • Ten (10) to one (1) calendar day prior to the beginning of the trip, Client pays 90% of the total invoice amount.
      • ​​After that deadline, Client is not entitled to any refund. If Client misses the start of the trip or is prevented from traveling due to incomplete travel documents, this will be considered a cancellation.

    If two people have booked a double cabin together, and no replacement can be found to fill the space of the withdrawing client, your guides maintain the right to charge the remaining participant the corresponding accommodation surcharge, or if possible, to relocate them otherwise.

    Changing to a new departure date is handled the same way as a cancellation. There will be a €50 administration fee for changes made 28 days or more before the beginning of the trip. This also includes changes of minor relevance like hotel stays, transfers, bike hire etc. Any later changes (if possible) will need to be handled as a cancellation and new registration. Cancellation and reservation change fees are due immediately.

    In regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, a free cancellation or rebooking of your tour is possible 14 days prior if an official travel warning or quarantine measures at the time are unavoidable and prevent you from taking part in your tour.

    Secure your early bird spot for the following season with a 10% deposit!

    This tour gets sold out very quickly, but with early-bird booking, you will be the first one to know about any new upcoming dates. Pick your preferred dates without the risk of your bucket list adventure selling out!

    • Only 10% of the total amount should be paid as a deposit upon booking. This deposit is non-refundable, but can be transferred to another 57hours adventure any time in case the dates don’t suit you.
    • Once the dates are set, you can confirm your booking by paying another 20% of the total amount.
    • The final balance is due 3 months (90 days) prior to departure.
    • Once the trip has been confirmed, the regular cancellation policy applies.
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