View from Kamerengo Fortress in Trogir, Croatia, where the boats are ready and waiting.

Evening stroll through Trogir, Croatia. Photo via Flickr:Mario Fajt
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National Parks of Dalmatia

Croatia Bike + Barge Tours

Bike and boat Croatia through National Parks and the Islands of Central Dalmatia

  • The perfect setting for a bike and boat tour, Croatia is a country with beautiful, well-kept coasts, thousands of islands, reefs, and bays. Numerous Roman ruins, charming hills and breathtaking beauty awaits you here. Situated along the Adriatic Sea, Croatia stretches from the slopes of the alps, deep into the Pannonian Valley, to the banks of the Danube and Drava Rivers.

    Come and spend a week on a bike and boat tour cruising between the mainland of Croatia and the sea, through the National Parks of Croatia.

    Highlights:

    • Unique accommodations
    • Regional cuisine
    • Visiting two national parks
    • Islands of Central Dalmatia
    • Unesco protected old town of Trogir
    • Primosten
    • Sibenik (famous cathedral)
    • Zadar
    • Krka waterfalls
    • Kornati Islands

    On this Croatia bike and boat tour, you will discover the charm of the Adriatic in a very unique way.

    Be sure to check out our full line of bike and boat tours in Croatia.

  • 2020

    Romantica
    April 25: $ 1967 £ 1022 $ 1,778 1190 $ 2051 kr 12801 $ 1,343 May 9: $ 2133 £ 1107 $ 1,927 1290 $ 2223 kr 13877 $ 1,456 May 23, June 6, June 20, July 4, July 18, August 8, and October 3: $ 2298 £ 1193 $ 2,077 1390 $ 2395 kr 14952 $ 1,569 August 22, September 5, and September 19: $ 2463 £ 1279 $ 2,226 1490 $ 2568 kr 16028 $ 1,682
    San Snova
    April 25: $ 1967 £ 1022 $ 1,778 1190 $ 2051 kr 12801 $ 1,343 June 27: $ 2298 £ 1193 $ 2,077 1390 $ 2395 kr 14952 $ 1,569 September 5: $ 2463 £ 1279 $ 2,226 1490 $ 2568 kr 16028 $ 1,682
    Surcharges for both boats:
    Cabin on or above deck: $ 248 £ 129 $ 224 150 $ 259 kr 1614 $ 169 Single cabin below deck: $ 827 £ 429 $ 747 500 $ 862 kr 5379 $ 564 Single cabin on or above deck: $ 1157 £ 601 $ 1,046 700 $ 1206 kr 7530 $ 790


    Kapetan Jure
    May 2: $ 1637 £ 850 $ 1,479 990 $ 1706 kr 10650 $ 1,117 May 16, May 30, June 13, and October 10: $ 1802 £ 936 $ 1,628 1090 $ 1878 kr 11725 $ 1,230 August 29, September 12, and September 26: $ 1967 £ 1022 $ 1,778 1190 $ 2051 kr 12801 $ 1,343


    Surcharges for Kapetan Jure:
    Cabin on or above deck: $ 165 £ 86 $ 149 100 $ 172 kr 1076 $ 113 Single cabin below deck: $ 661 £ 343 $ 598 400 $ 689 kr 4303 $ 451 Single cabin on or above deck: $ 992 £ 515 $ 896 600 $ 1034 kr 6454 $ 677


    extra options

    2020

    Electric bicycle:   $ 165 £ 86 $ 149 100 $ 172 kr 1076 $ 113

    Transfer from Split Airport to Trogir, each way (embarkation and disembarkation days): $ 25 £ 13 $ 22 15 $ 26 kr 161 $ 17

    Extra nights in/near Trogir: Prices on request


     

    please note

    Reduction per person in combination with another Zeitreisen trip: -50 % from base tour price
    Reduction from basic tour price for third person sharing a cabin: -50% from base tour price
    Reduction from basic tour price for children up to 16 (not combinable with 50% discount): -25% from base tour price

    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 which is about 6 km from your port of embarkation in Trogir.

    Local Travel

    From the airport you can take a taxi to the ship at Harbor Trogir, approx. 6 km away for ± 20 Euro.

    Climate

    The average high/low temperatures in degrees F for the area is approximately: April, 63/48°; May, 71/56°; June; 79/63°; July, 85/67°, August, 84/67°, September, 78/61° and October, 69/54°

    Recommended

    Extra time in Trogir. The medieval town of Trogir is almost like a museum and well worth visiting. The primal reason is its marvelously preserved old town (built on an island) and also a World Heritage Site. Furthermore, countless cafes invite you to relax with some coffee, ice cream or a piece of cake. Trogir is also an ideal starting point for excursions to the next-door Split.

    Remarks

    Electric bikes available (maximum of 3 per ship).
    Please be aware that you will be part of an international group of people.
    Parallel to some of the National Parks of Dalmatia tour dates, there is also offered the National Parks E Bike and Boat tour on one of our first class ships Princeza Diana or Melody. On this tour, Electric bikes and hybrid touring bike rides are conducted parallel - the itinerary is similar. Therefore the E-biketours would be the perfect alternative if the desired tour date on the regular tour is already fully booked or if you are looking for a tour on a luxury boat.
    Helmets use is mandatory on all cycling tours. You are strongly encouraged to bring your own well-fitted helmet. Rental helmets are available on board in limited number (on request).

    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.

    Additional information regarding transfers

    All airport transfers require a reservation with exact flight details. Please inform us well in advance of departure.

    For the smooth execution of airport transfers, please send us the following data:

    • Arrival date and departure date
    • Departure or arrival airport 
    •  Airline and flight number 
    • Estimated arrival or departure time

    For hotel transfers please send us the following information:

    • Date of transfer 
    • Exact hotel address 
    • Preferred transfer time

Tour Dates

2020

Premium boats:
Romantica: Saturdays, April 25, May 9, May 23, June 6, June 20, July 4, July 18, August 8, August 22, September 5*, September 19, and October 3, 2020
San Snova: Saturdays, April 25*, June 27*, and September 5, 2020

Comfort boat:
Kapetan Jure: Saturdays, May 2*, May 16*, May 30*, June 13*, August 29*, September 12, September 26*, and October 10*, 2020

*On all dates marked with an asterik, touring and mountain bike tours will be operated parallel on the same boat, one tour guide will lead the hybrid touring bike group, the other one, the mountain bike group. Only one level of difficulty will be offered to the mountain bikers. Just ask if you are interested!


 

Skill Level

This tour is rated moderate. You will cycle a total of approximately 86 miles (142 km). Daily distances are not long but the routes can reach an altitude of 100 – 300 meters (328-985 ft). You will cover hilly terrain which can be completed without time constraints. You will also come across some rather steep climbs, where walking your bike is of course permitted. The roads are mostly asphalted and there is little traffic outside of holiday periods. This tour is primarily a guided group tour. Upon consultation with your tour guides, the possibility to cycle on your own, along recommended, suitable routes, may present itself, but cannot be guaranteed. You are free to set aside a half or full day to swim or spend on board the boat, instead of taking a planned bicycle tour. If you opt to participate on this tour using an electric bike, do note that the majority of the participants will be riding regular touring bikes and will, therefore, need more time to climb the hills and more rest stops.

Where You’ll Stay

On the Premium class boats, the Romantica or San Snova or on the Comfort class boat the Kapetan Jure.

What’s Included

  • 8 days/7 nights accommodations in a below-deck cabin with shower/toilet
  • Breakfast
  • 4 days with all meals included and 3 days with either lunch or dinner included
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • 21 - 24 speed hybrid touring bike with rear rack and pannier bag
  • Guided cycling tours as described in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees for National Parks (group visits only)
  • Maps for daily tours

What’s Not Included

  • Visitor’s tax, local charges, and unlimited water on board (€50 adults/€25 for children 16 and under) to be paid on board
  • Drinks on board (tally sheet)
  • Gratuities for crew and tour guide (optional)
  • Individual arrival to ship
  • Bicycle Protection
  • Travel Insurance

Extra Stay

EXTRA NIGHTS: In Trogir, at the 3-star Hotel Adria located 3 km outside of Trogir or stay at the 3-Star Hotel Concordia located in the old town of Trogir. 2020 prices pending.

TourBike+Boat
TypeGuided
SkillModerate
Length8 days
From1090 Rates
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Day-To-Day Itinerary

National Parks of Dalmatia Map

Day 1: Trogir – Rogoznica by boat
Day 2: Rogoznica – Primošten – Šibenik – Skradin, 12 mi. (20 km) 
Day 3: National Park of Krka – Vodice, 12 mi. (20 km) 
Day 4: Vodice - Island of Murter - Nature Park Telašćica (approx. 16 mi./27 km)
Day 5: Island of Dugi Otok – Zadar (approx. 20 mi./33 km)
Day 6: Islands of Ugljan and Pašman – Island of Zlarin (approx. 20 mi/33 km)
Day 7: Island of Solta - Trogir, 9 mi. (15 km)
Day 8: Departure from Trogir

*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 by boat                          
Individual arrival to the picturesque port of Trogir. Check-in is between 2 - 2:30pm. At 3 pm, the boat departs and you cruise to Rogoznica, a village on a small island connected to the mainland by a dam. Covered with pine forests that reach the sea, this island is a paradise.

Day 2: Rogoznica – Primošten – Šibenik – Skradin, 13 miles (20 km)
In the morning, you will cycle to Primošten. From here the boat takes you to the city of Šibenik to the spot where the Krka River flows into the Adriatic Sea. After visiting the famous cathedral and the lovely old town, you set off again. On the cruise, you pass the lower course of the river Krka, following the river bend until you reach Skradin. Overnight in the port of the village. 

Day 3: National Park of Krka – Vodice, 8 miles (15 km) 
The magnificent port of Skradin is today’s starting point for our excursion by and boat and on foot to Krka National Park and it's famous waterfalls. In the early afternoon, your boat takes you to the harbor of Vodice, a well-known holiday town on the Dalmatian mainland. From here, you mount the bicycles again for a short round trip.

Day 4: Vodice - Island of Murter - Nature Park Telašćica, 16 miles (27 km)
In the morning, you cycle from Vodice to Murter Island that is connected to the mainland by the lift bridge at Tisno. You pass the bridge and cycle along the waterfront, passing by two very old coastal villages until reaching a small landing place from where the boat takes you on a cruise through the National Park Kornati, an archipelago in crystal clear water which is known for its rich aquatic realm. The destination is the Nature Park Telašćica. In the evening a walk through the park leads you along the stunning cliffs of the island. The famous Silver Lake - known by movies of Winnetou - is also located in the Nature Park. Overnight stay on the Island of Dugi Otok.

Day 5: Island of Dugi Otok – Zadar, 19 miles (30 km)
After breakfast and a short crossing to Sali, your bike tour leads along a virtually traffic-free and panoramic road. As your ride spans the entire island,  you are treated to countless unforgettable vistas of the islands in the deep blue sea. You meet the ship for a crossing to Zadar, which, for centuries, was the political, cultural and spiritual center of Dalmatia. Your tour guide takes you on an extensive walk through the lanes of the lively old center. 3,000 years of history have left their imprint on the character of this town and there are many things to be admired: the mighty fortified walls with their bastions, the loggia and also the early Romanesque St. Donatus Basilica.

Day 6: Islands of Ugljan and Pašman – Island of Zlarin, 21 miles (35 km)
During breakfast, the boat crosses to the island of Ugljan at the channel of Zadar. Today, you have a lot of time to explore both the islands of Ugljan and Pašman by bicycle, which were recently connected by a bridge. You cycle along the east coast, with it's beautiful views to the mainland and the ocean. Afterward, the boat cruises to the coral island of Zlarin.

Day 7: Island of Solta, approx. 9 miles (15 km)
In the morning, the boat will take you to the island of Solta. Olive, fig trees, and farmland surround the streets. The sweet smell of lavender and rosemary will follow you throughout the day's ride around this tranquil island until you reach the village of Grohote. During midday, you take the last cruise and return to Trogir.   In the afternoon, you can stroll through the narrow alleys of the Old town, protected as a World Heritage Site, and devote your attention to the cultural side of the trip. Trogir is an ancient island settlement dating back to the Hellenistic period and has been embellished by successive rulers with many fine public and domestic buildings and fortifications. Its beautiful Romanesque churches are complemented by the outstanding Renaissance and Baroque buildings from the Venetian period.

Day 8: Departure from Trogir
Your Croatia bike trip will come to an end after breakfast at 9 am.

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  • Krystyna s. 2 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The trip was well organized once we got there. The guides and staff on the boat were great. The booking agent for Tripsite was extremely poor. I had a gluten allergy (I'm a celiac) and I informed her of this allergy 8 months prior to the trip. The month before the trip it became a huge concern that the boat could not accommodate my allergy when your website claims differently. The agent told me that Croatia is not aware of gluten free food and it would be near impossible to help me. As a result I purchased a huge amount of food to bring with me and had to check extra baggage to accommodate this $75 each way. When I got there, I noticed that virtually every food store had a huge selection of GF food, even the smallest ports had GF items. The agent clearly did not know what she was talking about, I am very dissatisfied at the huge grievance she caused me, the extra baggage I had to bring and the hassle and cloud she put on me. I did not appreciate this at all. It is curious to me Read more… that on your rating form you do not provide me with any place to rate the booking experience. That's what needs the most attention.

    Boat: Kapetan Jure

    • Carla from Tripsite 2 months ago     Staff

      Hi Krystyna,
      I'm so happy to hear you enjoyed your tour!
      I am sorry you were not pleased with my service, however I do not feel your description of our correspondence is accurate. Please review our email exchanges again. I never told you that Croatia was not aware of gluten free meals. We had recently become aware of a serious issue with gluten intolerance, and hence, emailed you regarding your request. I informed you several times that the boat COULD accommodate gluten free meals, however if your disease was serious enough that separate pans and cutlery must be used to avoid residue, we could not accommodate that request.
      My intention was only to be safe and take care of you the best way possible.

  • Richard L. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The food on the Boat Romantica was wonderful.

    Boat: Romantica

  • MARIA JOSE R. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Trip with some room for improvement.
    As positive:
    1. Bike guides were kind and always trying to fulfill all of our requests.
    2. Waiter was really helpful, efficient and nice with all of us
    3. Meals on board were tasteful
    As 'not so positive':
    1. All the the bike routes run 100% by car roads
    2. We just were able to take a swim from the boat 2 or 3 times during the full week
    3. Captain had to change the itinerary, that initially it did not sound as a problem until we finally spent 24 hours with the ship docked beside the garbage containers in a city with absolutely nothing to visit or to do... while enduring flies and really unpleasant smell...
    4. Captain and part of the crew far from 'nice behavior' during the full trip until the last moment that they started to open the tip envelopes and count the money in the dining room with all of us still on board

    As a summary, this National Park 'bike & Boat' trip Read more… was far from expectations.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Phil M. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Guides were extremely knowledgeable and personable.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Robin C. 5 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Awesome trip. Biking was way harder than "moderate", but otherwise was great!

    Boat: Kapetan Jure

    • Jehiel from Tripsite 5 months ago     Staff

      Hi Robin,
      We understand that difficulty ratings can be somewhat subjective. To help we provide a detailed description of the mileage, elevation profile, and route difficulty in the Skill Level section on this page. Glad you had a great trip!

  • Terri D. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    There were so many memorable parts to the trip - from the hardworking, entertaining crew to the scenery to the great care given by the guides. Overall an amazing trip that offered great value, challenging rides, history and fun!

    Boat: Kapetan Jure

  • Audrey F. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    The quality of hybrid bike was a piece of junk compared with the bike I used in Amsterdam with a group was much better quality two years ago. I would have enjoyed cycling if the bike was in a better quality. The food was too heavy. Other than that, the scenery was beautiful.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Denise T. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    I loved meeting new biking friends from other countries. Everything was wonderful!

    Boat: Romantica

  • Carla A. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    A bike and barge trip is the perfect way for active people to tour Croatia. The biking was challenging, but doable, and the scenery made up for it all. Our guides were experts, and had our safety and enjoyment foremost in their minds. We thoroughly enjoyed the tours of the various cities, towns and parks provided when not biking. The meals on the boat were gourmet, and the accommodations quite comfortable. The crew treated us with the utmost respect and caring, plus, we got to meet lovely people from all over the world. This was one of our most memorable and fun vacations!

    Boat: Romantica

  • Phil M. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    I've done three "Bikes and Barges" trips that I booked through Tripsite, This was far and away the best one. The advance preparations made by the staff of the Romantica were excellent. The two directors were competent, knowledgeable, and friendly. The meals were balanced and well prepared and served in ample portions (truth be told more than ample!). The bike rides were well planned and beautiful. This was truly a delightfully awesome experience. Highly recommended.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Gord H. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    Croatia was beautiful. Every time you thought you saw the most beautiful place we would go to another more spectacular place. Bikes were good esp the e bike for my wife who had asma. The guides did everything they could to make the trip special. The boat stopped lots for swim breaks. Food on board was very good. Our server Klatko made the meals special. The only negative is that all the staff smoked as most people in Croatia. I would recommend a double room on upper deck for more privacy and to get away from staff smoking. All in all I would definitely recommend this trip to everyone.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Denise T. 1 year ago     Verified Reviewer

    With only 16 cabins on the boat, it was easy to interact with everyone, creating a fun and intimate multicultural biking experience.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Sue P. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The scenery and the weather made this a wonderful trip-- however, the participants were unusually amiable and everyone got along famously. One of the waiters was a real clown and kept us all entertained at mealtimes. The chef and his assistant put out some amazing food, and so much of it! The bikes were probably as good a fit as possible on this kind of trip. Our guides were great-- one wouldn't have known this was the end of their season. I can't think of anything that might have been improved upon. Good work!

    Boat: Romantica

  • Terri Z. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The guides Dora and Marcus were great. The ship Romantica, and its crew were wonderful and the food was more than I expected. There was only one day where the riding seemed a bit short and not a great route but it was still a great view when we got to the top of the too steep hill. The whole trip was definitely a great experience and the scenery and other passengers on the trip couldn't have been better.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Kathy H 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was our first "bike and sail" and we found it quite different than the "bike and barge" tours we have done in the past. There was less cycling (cycling distances were less than advertised and usually only in the morning or afternoon) and more cruising. However, cruising among the islands in a beautifully clear sea was an unexpected highlight... and often a welcome break after a morning or afternoon of moderate cycling! One hour walking tours before dinner at destination sites were interesting and appropriate.
    The Croatian Coast and countryside is absolutely beautiful with it's small towns and marinas in every cove. Swimming off the boat was such a fabulous experience!
    The Romantica was a lovely clean sailing yacht with good amenities. The rating scale for the "bike and sailing yachts" however is different than the "bike and barge" boats; Romantica was rated as "Comfort Plus" but we would consider it on the lower Read more… end of that scale (relative to some of the other "bike and barge" boats we have been on). We recognize that "you get what you pay for" and the Romantica was in our view good value.
    The-food was outstanding - with 4 course lunches and dinners that were delicious!
    In summary, a great trip - and we look forward to another "bike and sail" next fall.

  • Sandra M. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    It was a great trip. The Romantica is a newer ship and therefore the rooms were a little bigger and the bathrooms comfortable. The two guides, Marko and Ivana, were excellent. The bike riding was good, although not many miles, maybe 90 over 6 days. One thing that was also different is all 32 guests rode together with the two guides. This had it's benefits, but for avid bikers like us, we spend a lot of time waiting. The food on the boat was outstanding, including many local dishes made with fresh ingredients.

    Boat: Romantica

  • D. Hansen 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The short 13 km bike trip to Vodice was not scenic and seemed not a good choice for biking at all. Otherwise, the biking was great, scenic, nice villages, good stopping places. Thanks for a great week, great crew, great food and great company of others!

    Boat: Romantica

  • S. Makin 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    I've just returned from a wonderful trip, the National parks of Dalmatia. We had a fabulous time. Our two guides, Ivana and Ivan, were marvellous. Captain Tomo and his crew were top notch. The food was amazing. My only small criticism was the distance biked every day. Our longest day was 25Kms and I would have loved longer and perhaps slower days. I felt the distance was too short and we biked too fast. Otherwise, I loved every second of our Croatian adventure!!

    Boat: Romantica

  • C. Radcliffe 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Overall I was very pleased. Croatia is a beautiful country. The Romantica was perfect! Thank you to all the staff.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Neal & Lisa 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    What a fantastic trip. The boat, and crew were great. We had lots of fun with them (Dino) and the tour guides (Marko & Lucy). Riding in and out of the beautiful Croatian Harbors was the best. There is NOTHING I can find to say that wasn't above and beyond our expectations. The bikes were good, the food delicious, the crew & tour guides exceptional. Meeting people from all over the world, priceless! Do not hesitate to take this trip!!!

    Boat: Romantica

  • J Anderson 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Guides were excellent and the food was excellent. Captain was somewhat aloof, but the rest of the staff were very friendly. The bikes were excellent and the daily routes and trips were just what we wanted.

    Boat: Romantica

  • Nancy Leach 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We had a great time! Boat, guides, food, and bikes were all better than we had imagined. Highly recommend the trip and can't wait to do another.

    Boat: San Snova

  • April Stanley 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    An amazing trip. Incredible scenery, beautiful boat, always warm and helpful staff. I'd love to do this one all over again. This was my fourth time with Tripsite and I really appreciated all their help choosing a great trip. Thanks!

    Boat: Romantica

  • April Stanley 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Did this trip late August 2015. It is my third bike/boat trip with Tripsite and they are not kidding when they call it spectacular! The views are incredible. The boat was beautiful and the crew took such excellent care of us. I loved all the different Adriatic towns with their history and ancient buildings. The cycling was great and guides were friendly and helpful. I especially loved it when the boat would pull into a cove for a swim break. Thanks for another great experience!

    Boat: Romantica

  • Jeanne Amos 6 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The Dalmatia coast is breathtaking. This is a hidden gem. Cycling/boat trips are the only way to immerse yourself in the history/culture of a country. We've done a few, Croatia is remains at the top of the list.

    Boat: Romantica

  • George and ginny 8 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    We have taken a few trips with Tripsite and enjoyed them immensely, but this one stands out as a diamond among the jewels. The adriatric is blissful, the scenery spectacular, and the efficiency and friendliness of the tour guide and staff were exceptional. The blend of cycling, old town tours, and nature walks was perfect. Thank you SO much.

    Boat: Romantica

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