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What can make an 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, Lastovo, Korčula, Brač, and Hvar, and walk the stone-paved streets of the world-famous cities of Split and Dubrovnik. From Roman emperors’ palaces to the Renaissance cloisters, from the once forbidden islands to the shape-shifting sand beaches, Dalmatia has it all, and it will make your trip unforgettable.

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  • Charming islands offering a journey for the senses

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

  • 8-day immersion into Croatian beauty & history

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

  • Carefree experience on a luxury yacht

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

Available itineraries

Bottom Deck: Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia

BOTTOM DECK CABIN (By adding this product to your booking, you will book a bottom deck cabin. The price of $1,025 is for the whole cabin, but if you're sharing it with someone, there is no need to add another person upon checkout. You can leave us a note with the name of a person you will be sharing it with.)

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, Lastovo, 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 grand finale is in Dubrovnik, the perfect point to disembark the boat and keep exploring on your own if you’d like to!

  • Meet your guide at the yacht in Split harbor between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour at around 4:30 pm 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 along the picturesque northern coastline of the island from Postira to Milna. Before descending down to Milna to meet the boat, enjoy incredible views across Dalmatian islands. Board the boat and enjoy a relaxing cruise and delicious lunch on your way to Stari Grad on Hvar. Hop on your bikes again and cycle through green plains of the island to the seaside town of Jelsa. After a coffee and ice cream break, return to Stari Grad.

    Distance: 18 miles / 29 km (+ 12 miles / 19 km)

    Stari Grad Hvar and its waterfront
  • Today’s cycling on the island of Hvar takes you from Stari Grad to the island’s main city of Hvar on the other side of the island. You will pass untamed lavender fields and cute hamlets all the while accompanied by incredible views across the Dalmatian coastline. Once in 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 Korčula, where you’ll anchor for the night.

    Distance: 14 miles / 22.5 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • Korčula is one of the smaller inhabited islands in the Adriatic, and it 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. You will get the chance to taste Marastina, delicious white wine known beyond the borders of Croatia. Return to the boat and cruise to the harbor town of Vela Luka in Korčula for the night.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Cycling in South Dalmatia
  • Enjoy a swim stop and lunch on your way to Lastovo, one of the smaller inhabited islands in the Adriatic. The population of just 800 still lives mainly from fishing, agriculture, and viticulture. Cycle across the beautiful Adriatic island and spend a peaceful night in a secluded natural harbor under starry skies.

    Distance: 17 miles / 28 km

    Lastovo Croatian island
  • Set off towards the green island of Mljet—green because 70% of it is covered by woodlands, making it 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. After a refreshing swim stop and lunch on board, arrive in the harbor of Pomena and enjoy a round tour on your bikes through the Mljet National Park in the afternoon. Spend the night in Pomena.

    Distance: 18 miles / 30 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • From Pomena, cycle the length of the island to Sobra. 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
    Elevation gain: up to 100 m / 330 ft

    Mljet, Croatia 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
Middle Deck: Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia

MIDDLE DECK CABIN (By adding this product to your booking, you will book a middle deck cabin. The price of $1,250 is for the whole cabin, but if you're sharing it with someone, there is no need to add another person upon checkout. You can leave us a note with the name of a person you will be sharing it with.)

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, Lastovo, 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 grand finale is in Dubrovnik, the perfect point to disembark the boat and keep exploring on your own if you’d like to!

  • Meet your guide at the yacht in Split harbor between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour at around 4:30 pm 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 along the picturesque northern coastline of the island from Postira to Milna. Before descending down to Milna to meet the boat, enjoy incredible views across Dalmatian islands. Board the boat and enjoy a relaxing cruise and delicious lunch on your way to Stari Grad on Hvar. Hop on your bikes again and cycle through green plains of the island to the seaside town of Jelsa. After a coffee and ice cream break, return to Stari Grad.

    Distance: 18 miles / 29 km (+ 12 miles / 19 km)

    Stari Grad Hvar and its waterfront
  • Today’s cycling on the island of Hvar takes you from Stari Grad to the island’s main city of Hvar on the other side of the island. You will pass untamed lavender fields and cute hamlets all the while accompanied by incredible views across the Dalmatian coastline. Once in 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 Korčula, where you’ll anchor for the night.

    Distance: 14 miles / 22.5 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • Korčula is one of the smaller inhabited islands in the Adriatic, and it 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. You will get the chance to taste Marastina, delicious white wine known beyond the borders of Croatia. Return to the boat and cruise to the harbor town of Vela Luka in Korčula for the night.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Cycling in South Dalmatia
  • Enjoy a swim stop and lunch on your way to Lastovo, one of the smaller inhabited islands in the Adriatic. The population of just 800 still lives mainly from fishing, agriculture, and viticulture. Cycle across the beautiful Adriatic island and spend a peaceful night in a secluded natural harbor under starry skies.

    Distance: 17 miles / 28 km

    Lastovo Croatian island
  • Set off towards the green island of Mljet—green because 70% of it is covered by woodlands, making it 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. After a refreshing swim stop and lunch on board, arrive in the harbor of Pomena and enjoy a round tour on your bikes through the Mljet National Park in the afternoon. Spend the night in Pomena.

    Distance: 18 miles / 30 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • From Pomena, cycle the length of the island to Sobra. 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
    Elevation gain: up to 100 m / 330 ft

    Mljet, Croatia 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
Upper Deck: Cycling & Island Hopping in South Dalmatia

UPPER DECK CABIN (By adding this product to your booking, you will book an upper deck cabin. The price of $1,595 is for the whole cabin, but if you're sharing it with someone, there is no need to add another person upon checkout. You can leave us a note with the name of a person you will be sharing it with.)

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, Lastovo, 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 grand finale is in Dubrovnik, the perfect point to disembark the boat and keep exploring on your own if you’d like to!

  • Meet your guide at the yacht in Split harbor between 2 and 2:30 pm. By going on a guided city tour at around 4:30 pm 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 along the picturesque northern coastline of the island from Postira to Milna. Before descending down to Milna to meet the boat, enjoy incredible views across Dalmatian islands. Board the boat and enjoy a relaxing cruise and delicious lunch on your way to Stari Grad on Hvar. Hop on your bikes again and cycle through green plains of the island to the seaside town of Jelsa. After a coffee and ice cream break, return to Stari Grad.

    Distance: 18 miles / 29 km (+ 12 miles / 19 km)

    Stari Grad Hvar and its waterfront
  • Today’s cycling on the island of Hvar takes you from Stari Grad to the island’s main city of Hvar on the other side of the island. You will pass untamed lavender fields and cute hamlets all the while accompanied by incredible views across the Dalmatian coastline. Once in 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 Korčula, where you’ll anchor for the night.

    Distance: 14 miles / 22.5 km

    Hvar town fortress
  • Korčula is one of the smaller inhabited islands in the Adriatic, and it 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. You will get the chance to taste Marastina, delicious white wine known beyond the borders of Croatia. Return to the boat and cruise to the harbor town of Vela Luka in Korčula for the night.

    Distance: 37.5 miles / 60 km

    Cycling in South Dalmatia
  • Enjoy a swim stop and lunch on your way to Lastovo, one of the smaller inhabited islands in the Adriatic. The population of just 800 still lives mainly from fishing, agriculture, and viticulture. Cycle across the beautiful Adriatic island and spend a peaceful night in a secluded natural harbor under starry skies.

    Distance: 17 miles / 28 km

    Lastovo Croatian island
  • Set off towards the green island of Mljet—green because 70% of it is covered by woodlands, making it 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. After a refreshing swim stop and lunch on board, arrive in the harbor of Pomena and enjoy a round tour on your bikes through the Mljet National Park in the afternoon. Spend the night in Pomena.

    Distance: 18 miles / 30 km

    Forested Mljet Island
  • From Pomena, cycle the length of the island to Sobra. 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
    Elevation gain: up to 100 m / 330 ft

    Mljet, Croatia 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
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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

  • What you get on this adventure:

      • Board manager / tour guides (1-2 guides)
      • 8-day e-bike and boat tour from Split to Dubrovnik
      • Accommodation on a deluxe Romantica yacht with crew (7 nights)
      • Bed linen and towels with one change
      • Harbor fees
      • Tourist taxes
      • Post tour clean
      • Entrance fees to national parks and sights
      • Fuel (28 hours of cruising per week)

    E-bike are available at an additional fee of $220 per person.

    What’s not included:

      • Transportation to the starting point
      • Accommodations before and after the tour
      • E-bike (possible to rent at an additional cost)
      • Mandatory flat rate for bottled water and tourist taxes — $65 for adults, $35 for children (paid to the captain in cash)
      • Airport transfers
      • Meals, but available to add 2x full board and 5x half board — $550 for adults, $270 for children (12-15 years of age)
      • 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
  • Romantica is a beautiful premium motor yacht whose close attention to detail plays a key role on board the ship. It is a 32-meter (105-foot) long yacht with spacious outdoor deck areas and a lovely saloon, all of it wonderfully furnished with many decorative details. The sundeck provides comfortable sun mats and a number of shaded seating areas, making it the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun. There is also a swimming platform and WiFi available.

    A very friendly crew will be on board and see to the needs of the passengers. The cook will prepare delicious local and authentic dishes every day, so all that’s left to do for you is to kick back and enjoy.

    Romantica yacht

     

  • Romantica features 16 cabins (double and triple rooms) and it can accommodate 34 people. Cabins feature A/C, hairdryer, tiled bathroom with a mirror, shower, washbasin, and a toilet.

    Cabins on the Romantica boat

  • 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) 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.

  • 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 sporty 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.

  • 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.

  • Group sizes and prices:

      • The group size for this e-bike and boat tour around Split and Dubrovnik is set at 34 people. That is the maximum number of people that can be accommodated on the Romantica yacht.
      • Depending on the number of people, there can be 1 or 2 professional guides per trip.

    E-bike and boat tour around Split and Dubrovnik can be arranged for bigger groups. Contact us prior to booking.

    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 also 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.

    If your group has riders under the age of 18, contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

  • Your Romantica yacht will be docked in Split harbort. To get there, you can fly into Split Airport (SPU). 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!

  • The first down payment of 30% of the total amount to secure your place is due upon booking. The second down payment of 30% of the total amount is due 4 (four) months prior to the departure date. Final payment is due 30 (thirty) calendar days prior to departure.
    If the whole charter is canceled…

      • From the 1st of December 2023 until 120 (hundred-twenty) calendar days prior to the departure date, the first down payment is kept as a cancellation fee.
      • 120-90 (hundred-twenty to ninety) calendar days prior to the departure date, 60% of the total amount is forfeited.
      • 90-30 (ninety to thirty) calendar days prior to the departure date, 75% of the total amount is forfeited.
      • ​​After that deadline, the group is not entitled to any refund.
      • By cancellation of individuals 5 (five) calendar days prior to the departure date, the requested catering and all additional components (bike hire, extra programs, etc.) will be charged in full.
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