Overlooking Primosten along the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. Photo via Flickr:Hotel Zora Primosten

Flag flying over Split, Croatia. Photo via Flickr:Jeremy Couture
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National Parks of Dalmatia E-Bike and Boat

Croatia Bike + Barge Tours

Electric bike tour in Croatia + National Parks - Krka, Kornati and the nature park of Telašćica

  • On this bike and boat tour in Croatia, you will experience a country full of beautiful, well-kept coasts with thousands of islands, reefs, and bays. Numerous Roman ruins, charming hills, and breathtaking beauty await you here. Your tour begins and ends in Trogir, a delightful little town situated along the Adriatic Sea.

    If you have always desired to cycle in Croatia but have worried about the mountainous terrain, you need worry no longer. You can bike Croatia and will conquer the hills almost effortlessly on this E-bike and boat tour. You will not be denied the breathtaking views that these mountain climbs provide.

    Come bike in Croatia, land of a thousand islands!

    Highlights:

    • Island town of Trogir and World Heritage Site
    • National Park Kornati
    • Lively city of Zadar
    • Peaceful Dugi Otok
    • National park of the Krka-Canyon
    • Amazing accommodations
    • Breathtaking cycling

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  • October 5: $ 2753 £ 1434 $ 2,492 1670 $ 2876 kr 17838 $ 1,889 ALL OTHER DEPARTURES: $ 2917 £ 1520 $ 2,641 1770 $ 3049 kr 18906 $ 2,003 Surcharge for cabin on or above deck: $ 330 £ 172 $ 298 200 $ 344 kr 2136 $ 226 Surcharge for single cabin below deck: $ 824 £ 429 $ 746 500 $ 861 kr 5341 $ 566 Surcharge for single cabin on deck: $ 1319 £ 687 $ 1,194 800 $ 1378 kr 8545 $ 905

    Melody

    Season 1: April 11 and October 17
    Cabin below deck: $ 2786 £ 1452 $ 2,522 1690 $ 2911 kr 18052 $ 1,912 Season 2: April 25 and May 9
    Cabin below deck: $ 2950 £ 1538 $ 2,671 1790 $ 3083 kr 19120 $ 2,025 Season 3: May 23, June 6, June 20, July 4, July 18, August 8, and October 3
    Cabin below deck: $ 3115 £ 1623 $ 2,820 1890 $ 3255 kr 20188 $ 2,138 Season 4: August 22, September 5, September 19
    Cabin below deck: $ 3280 £ 1709 $ 2,969 1990 $ 3428 kr 21256 $ 2,252 Surcharge Above deck cabin: $ 330 £ 172 $ 298 200 $ 344 kr 2136 $ 226 Surcharge Single cabin below deck: $ 824 £ 429 $ 746 500 $ 861 kr 5341 $ 566 Surcharge Single cabin above deck: $ 1319 £ 687 $ 1,194 800 $ 1378 kr 8545 $ 905

    Princess Diana

    Season 1: May 2 and October 10
    Cabin below deck: $ 2786 £ 1452 $ 2,522 1690 $ 2911 kr 18052 $ 1,912 Season 2: May 16, May 30, June 13, June 27, July 11, July 25, August 1, and August 15
    Cabin below deck: $ 2950 £ 1538 $ 2,671 1790 $ 3083 kr 19120 $ 2,025 Season 3: August 29, September 12, and September 26
    Cabin below deck: $ 3115 £ 1623 $ 2,820 1890 $ 3255 kr 20188 $ 2,138 Surcharge Above deck cabin: $ 330 £ 172 $ 298 200 $ 344 kr 2136 $ 226 Surcharge Single cabin below deck: $ 824 £ 429 $ 746 500 $ 861 kr 5341 $ 566 Surcharge Single cabin above deck: $ 1319 £ 687 $ 1,194 800 $ 1378 kr 8545 $ 905

     

     

    extra options

    Discount when using hybrid bike: $ 132 £ 69 $ 119 80 $ 138 kr 855 $ 91 Visitor's tax, local charges, and unlimited bottled water (to be paid to captain):
    Adults:  $ 82 £ 43 $ 75 50 $ 86 kr 534 $ 57 Children (16 and under):  $ 33 £ 17 $ 30 20 $ 34 kr 214 $ 23 Customized transfer:
    From Split Airport to Trogir Harbor, each way, only available on embarkation/disembarkation day(s): $ 25 £ 13 $ 22 15 $ 26 kr 160 $ 17 Extra nights in/near Trogir
    Prices on request

     

    please note

    Reduction per person in combination with another Island Hopping trip: $ 82 £ 43 $ 75 50 $ 86 kr 534 $ 57

    Reduction from basic tour price for third person sharing a cabin: 50%

    Rates are per person based on double occupancy.

    Information to read before you book.

    We recommend purchasing bike trip insurance.

    Please see our FAQ.

  • Travel

    Fly to the airport of Split (APU) which is about 6 km from your port of embarkation in Trogir. Split airport is quite small but very busy. A major expansion has been ongoing and due to be completed in 2019.

    Local Travel

    You can reserve airport transfers upon your arrival and for your departure. See pricing. You can also take a taxi to the ship at Harbor Trogir or to a hotel in Trogir, approx. 6 km away for ± 350 Kn. Uber is new to the Croatian market. Flat rate from Split airport to all central Split destinations is 225 Kn.
    If you prefer public transportation:
    Croatia Airlines Bus meets all regularly scheduled flights to Split. The buses are organized by Pleso Prijevoz and the city stop is at Sv Duje at the southern end of Split port.

    Climate

    Please check local conditions before arrival. Coastal weather in Croatia is categorized as Mediterranean. A good website to visit to research regional weather including average high/low temps, average rainfall and more is weatherbase.com.

    Remarks

    Electric bikes are included in the tour price. Hybrid (touring) bicycles are available at a discounted price but please note that use of a hybrid touring bike will completely change the difficulty level.

    DOCUMENTS

    Before you travel, please check your country's passport and visa requirements and the passport and visa requirements of the country/countries you plan to visit. For US citizens, the US Department of State website is a good source of information. The Country Information tab in the International Travel section provides details about passport validity, blank passport pages required, etc. For our other international clients, please be sure that you research your own country's travel requirements. It is each traveler's responsibility to ensure proper documentation.

    *Important note: Beginning July 1, 2021, additional documentation from the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) will be required to visit any of the 26 Schengen-member countries for tourism, business, medical, or transit. This is an additional check on security rather than a visa.


Tour Dates

2020

On the Deluxe class boats:

Princess Diana: May 2, May 16, May 30, June 13, June 27, July 11, July 25, August 1, August 15, August 22, August 29, September 12, September 26, and October 10, 2020

Melody: April 11, April 25, May 9, May 23, June 6, June 20, July 4, July 18, August 8, August 22, September 5, October 3, and October 17, 2020

 

Skill Level

This is always the most difficult thing to do, rate a tour. This electric bike tour is offered on ships designed to accommodate as many electric bikes as passenger capacity. The majority of participants on this e bike tour will be using an electric bike. For them, this tour could be easy, moderate, or difficult, depending on level of assistance they utilize! For those who will be riding a hybrid touring bike, you will work harder to keep up with the group on electric bikes. Do note for every participant, this tour assumes that you are a cyclist, that you ride often, that you have good command of your bicycle, and good balance. An electric bike is heavier than a non-electric bike. You will traverse heights of between 200 and 500 m with daily distances ranging between 18 to 55 km through mountainous terrain. Tours can be completed without any time constraints. Participants will need to master long and steep climbs which present little to no problem with the use of electric bikes. Streets are mostly asphalted with little traffic. At times, with your guides approval, you may be able to ride self-guided but there are no guarantees.

Where You’ll Stay

Aboard the Deluxe class vessels, either the Princess Diana or the Melody.

What’s Included

  • 8 days/7 nights in deluxe accommodations
  • 4 days with all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
  • 3 days with partial meals (breakfast and lunch OR dinner)
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Guided cycling tours as described in the itinerary
  • Overview maps for daily cycling routes (onboard)
  • Entrance fees to the National Parks (group visits only)
  • Electric bicycle with 8 gear hub shifting with pannier
  • 21-24 speed hybrid bicycle also available for this tour (discount available, see pricing) with pannier

What’s Not Included

  • Individual travel to embarkation point
  • Drinks on board (tally sheet is utilized)
  • Helmets - limited number available (reservation required)
  • Visitor’s tax, local charges, and unlimited water, payable onboard (€50/adults & €25/ children 16 and under)
  • Taxi transfer from airport to the ship (approx. €20)
  • Gratuities for crew and tour guides
  • Bicycle Protection
  • Travel Insurance
TourBike+Boat
TypeGuided
SkillEasy–Moderate
Length8 days
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Day-To-Day Itinerary

National Parks of Dalmatia E-Bike and Boat Map

Day 1: Trogir – Rogoznica
Day 2: Rogoznica – Vodice – Slanica – Nature Park Telašcica, 16 mi. (27 km)
Day 3: Dugi Otok Islands - Zadar, 30 mi. (48 km)
Day 4: Zadar - Islands of Ugljan and Pašman - Vodice, 20 mi. (33 km)
Day 5: Vodice - Skradin, 22 mi. (35 km)
Day 6: Krka Waterfalls - Šibenek - Primošten
2019:Day 7: Primošten - Rogoznica - Trogir, 12 mi. (20 km)
2020: Day 7: Primošten - Trogir, 28 mi. (45 km)
Day 8: Trogir, disembarkation.

*All distances are approximate. The itinerary is subject to change due to changing wind and weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances having to do with mooring requirements, etc.

Day 1: Trogir - Rogoznica
Individual arrival by car to Trogir or by plane to Split airport which is about 3 mi. (5 km) away from the harbor of Trogir. Check-in is between 2 and 2:30 pm. Be prompt as the boat will depart from the harbor in Trogir at about 3 pm. Covered with pine forests that reach the sea, the island of Rogoznica is a paradise. You may have the opportunity to visit the village of Rogoznica, a small fishermen's village, hidden in a deep bay well protected from the waves and the open sea.

Day 2: Rogoznica - Vodice - Slanica - Nature Park Telašcica, 16 mi. (27 km)
In the morning, the ship sails to Vodice where your cycling tour for today will begin. You will then cross the bridge to the island of Murter. In Slanica, in the Northwest of the island, the boat awaits to cross over to the island of Dugi Otok. On the way, you pass by the National Park Kornati - an archipelago in crystal clear water which is known for its rich, underwater world. Today's destination is the Telašćica Bay. The Mir salt lake is situated in this nature park. At the end of the day, you can take a short hike to the impressive cliffs. In the local nature park, the Mir salt lake is situated. At the end of the day, we take a short hike to the impressive cliffs before taking a short crossing by boat to the small seaside village of Sali for the night. 

Day 3: Dugi Otok Islands - Zadar, 30 mi. (48 km)
Begin your ride from Sali along the almost traffic-free island of Dugi Otok. The ride is panorama pure and our destination is the budding village of Božava, surrounded by pine forests, Tamarisks, and Agaves. In Božava the boat awaits our arrival and we cast off for Zadar which for centuries was the absolute political, cultural and intellectual center of Dalmatia. The guide takes us on a walk through the lively city and shows us the fascinating facets of this extraordinary outdoor museum. Over 3,000 years characterize the city. As we walk we will learn of the city and its colorful past. Overnight stay in Zadar. 

Day 4: Zadar - Islands of Ugljan and Pašman - Vodice, 20 mi. (33 km)
During breakfast, the boat takes you to Preko, on the island of Ugljan, from where you will ride to Tkon on the island of Pašman. The two islands are connected by a bridge from which the first of the Kornati Islands can be seen. You cycle along the east coast of the island, next to the sea with views of the mainland. Once you arrive in Tkon, board the boat and cross over to Vodice, a popular Dalmatian holiday destination on the mainland where you will spend the night.

Day 5:  Vodice - Skradin, 22 mi. (35 km)
A scenic tour leads you from Vodice along quiet roads through quiet villages of the Dalmatian hinterland to the beautiful city of Skradin at the foot of the Krka Canyon. In the afternoon, your guides will invite you to sample some local specialties, of which there are plenty in Dalmatia. The night is spent in Skradin.

Day 6:  Krka Waterfalls - Šibenek - Primošten
After breakfast, it is time to discover the unique naturally formed waterfalls of the national park of the Krka-Canyon. Afterward, the boat will take you to Šibenik out of the Krka river mouth and into the Adriatic. Here the Cathedral of St. Jacob is under UNESCO-World-Heritage protection and is regarded as the most magnificent sacral buildings on the Adriatic coast. The old town of Šibenik is also worth a visit before the boat casts off to Primošten. 

Day 7: Primošten - Rogoznica - Trogir, 28 mi. (45 km)
In the morning your last bike tour for the week leads from Primošten inland past rural villages to Trogir. Many magical views of the town and the island of Čiovo invite for short breaks and photo stops. In the afternoon, you have the chance to stroll through the UNESCO world heritage city of Trogir. A cheerful evening meal on board the boat gives you time to celebrate the success of the week with fellow travelers and tour guides.

Day 8: Disembarkation at Trogir
Your bike tour in Croatia will come to an end after breakfast

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  • Linda K. 5 days ago     Verified Reviewer

    The clear clean sea the setting of the moon the evening walks the friendships made, sharing a meal and swooping stories, from all our travels, the most beautiful boat, and attentive crew, for the dreams of peaceful islands and being in safe hands

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Richard and Suzanne W. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Stefpan was an exceptional guide as was Maddie. We have run a business it’s a family business that has been in existence for over 67 years. We know outstanding employees when we see them. The trip was A success because of all the extra effort they put into it

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Gail W. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Riding the bikes in the mornings was so relaxing & wonderful exercise. Anybody that can ride a bike can take these trips on an ebike.
    Having the home base on the ship was wonderful.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Pam B. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was one of the most fun holidays we have ever enjoyed! Tripsite's communication from start to finish was awesome.
    We loved our bike vests....others on the tour wished they'd had them, too. The boat staff, the biking leaders, and the tour guides
    in the different cities were excellent. Our accommodation on the boat was spacious, quiet, safe and comfy. The e-bikes were in
    great condition. I loved how they had our names on each bike from day one.

    We were glad we brought our own helmets, but there were plenty available. Since they provided water every day, we wouldn't have needed to
    bring our bike water bottles. I did take my velcro attached rearview mirror for the bike, and I was the envy of everyone. Others wished they'd had a mirror too. It was great in traffic.

    There were many highlights on this trip, but my 2 favorites, were the long day on the long island with virtually no traffic, high above the Adriatic where
    Read more… >we could see the Princess Diana far below in the distance sailing toward our next destination and the final day when we biked 44 kms. to Trogir instead of 17 kms. The group picture at the top of the climb, looking down into Trogir in the distance, said it all.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Deborah S. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    We took the Princess Diana boat and bike tour in Croatia and it was just wonderful. The weather was great except for one day but that didn’t stop us from enjoying every minute.
    The accommodations were top shelf all the way and the food was exceptional.
    The guides on the bikes did an excellent job during our rides to make sure no one go lost and lengthen our last day bike ride which made everyone happy.
    Since weather is always a factor the only suggestion I have is to make sure you bring clothes for all types of weather plus leave the cotton at home as it takes to long to dry.
    Thanks for a wonderful trip!

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Lola R. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The biking was delightful and the electric assist was fun. Unless you are used to and competent riding long and steep hills, do not order a regular bike. With the E-bikes you'll still get plenty of exercise and for more you can stay in the lowest mode, but unless you are a super-biker, don't opt for the regular bikes.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Joan F. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Most Memorable Part? Jumping off the back of our beautiful boat the Princess Diana into the Adriatic Sea....Croatia trip. I loved it so much I recommended it to our ski club here in Arizona and they have the whole boat booked for next year.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Joe S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This trip exceeded all expectations in every way!! Croatia is fantastic!

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Joseph S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This trip was beyond the expectations of everyone on the trip. The guides were great as was the boat and food. It can't get better than this!!!

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • M. Towle 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The trip was amazing. The only negative were. Lunch on the boat was over the top. (it was more like a dinner), I would have preferred a lighter fare. One day of the biking was on a VERY busy road. I am not sure if there were other route but it was definitely NOT safe. The guide needed much stricter riding rules in this situation if it could not be avoided. On a positive note the country is safe and beautiful. The tour included a perfect balance of riding, touring and exploring the sea.

    Boat: Princess Diana

    • Carla from Tripsite 3 years ago     Staff

      Hi M. Towle - Thanks for your feedback! On all of our tours, our goal is always to find the quietest and most scenic route, avoiding the main roads at all costs. However, at some points there is no way around cycling a few kilometers along a main road (although never a highway!) These stretches of road are clearly communicated and the guide does his best to separate the group into smaller groups so that cars can pass safely.
      In any case we've put this tour under the microscope and we will make sure that if there is a possible alternative to this stretch of road, that it will be used!
      Thanks again!!

  • Linda Reiland 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We just completed this tour and enjoyed it BUT there are some caveats to be aware of. We did not follow the itinerary as described. We did not tour Nin even though it was listed in the itinerary. We rode on some very busy roads/thoroughfares which were not fun. The map was not an accurate depiction of what we actually did on the mainland. That part was very disappointing. The food was great... The e-bikes were very heavy but the only way to do this tour. There were some VERY long hills to climb. Our guides were good, especially Bjoran. Just be aware that the itinerary changes and that seems to be at the whim of the boat captain, guides and weather. I was really looking forward to seeing Nin and spending a little more time in Sibenik. The boat was very nice and generally comfortable. Igor, the bartender and waiter, was fabulous. I'd rate the trip as a 3.5-4 star.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • jeff marantz 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Just returned from E bike trip on the Meldoy
    I was totally impressed with the trip as a whole. The organization punctuality and attention to detail was superb.Considering my son and I were the only North Americans which in itself is a bonus to talk and socialize with people from different countries we never felt left out. . The week went by too quickly. . The staff was cordial and helpful , meals and cuisine were excellent . Would recommend this trip for individuals who enjoy moderate luxury yet require some organized quality activity . E bike is well worth the money and is a bonus.

    Boat: Melody

  • Blake Butcher 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The tour was great. Croatia was super. The guides were great. The food and accommodations were excellent. I want to go back. I have and will continue to recommend this to everyone.

    Boat: Melody

  • Mary Towle 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We have traveled with Tripsite for four tours and have one scheduled for this summer. Only one was lacking in tour company and Tripsite did their best to work it out the problems.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Donald Kudner 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Croatia is a wonderful area and the ship was very nice. The guides were just "ok" - they seemed distracted and not committed to the guests. Food on the boat could have been a higher level.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • David Taylor 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Road surfaces were rough. Ride routes were hilly. Brought our own bikes.

    Boat: Princess Diana

  • Paul Henkart 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    2013 trip was on Harmonia. Marko & Stefaan the guides were great. Food was excellent. Crew was excellent.

    Only disappointment was that we had a deck cabin midships which was adjacent to the galley on the Romantica three of the seven nights, so no view. There was no AC and the room was 25C. Couldn't open the windows due to smokers and people/noise on Romantica before 1am. Romantica blocked the breeze anyway so opening the windows didn't do any good. Quite unpleasant sleeping. The guides did not have a solution when asked!

    Also, guides said bike locks were not needed and never showed us how to use the locks. To boot, the asked that the e-bike keys be left in.

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National Parks of Dalmatia E-Bike and Boat Boats + Barges

Princess Diana Photo

Princess Diana Croatia Deluxe Class Boat At 40 x 8.5m the Princess Diana is a 3-masted deluxe class motor yacht that was launched in 2011. This ship is the princess of the Croatian fleet, an epitome of pure elegance. 16 spacious guest cabins with air conditioning, shower cabins and WC are at your disposal. The spacious salon as well as the canopied deck, with upholstered seating, are situated on the top deck. You’re invited to play music on the piano and to relax to your heart's content. You will find sun mats and deckchairs on deck. The jacuzzi on the top deck is a highlight with its 360° panoramic view.

Melody Photo

Melody Croatia Deluxe Class Boat Built in 2014/2015, the 42 m long and 8,30 m wide Melody is a floating deluxe hotel, crafted for excellence. The exquisite décor and elegant form conjure a regenerative atmosphere for the comfort of small groups of up to 31 people. The 15 capacious guest cabins are characterized by a high-class interior with air conditioning, private baths, and safe. Relaxation is limitless on the spacious sundeck, in the wellness room or in the jacuzzi on the top deck. Eight crew members are registered under captain Pave to cater for the wellbeing of the passengers on board.

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