Wine growing peninsula of Peljesac, Dalmatia, Croatia. Photo via Flickr:Mario Fajt

Sea life of the coast of Mljet Island, Dalmatia. Photo via Flickr:wrda
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Southern Dalmatia

Croatia Bike + Barge Tours

An island hopping Croatia Bike Tour

  • Dalmatia is a region located along the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. It has become the new hot place to travel to. Tourism in Dalmatia has been rising due to its many spectacular beaches, the tempting waters of the Adriatic, the many coves, islands and channels as well as national parks and favorable climate. This great Croatia bike tour, specifically located in Southern Dalmatia, the smallest and most sparsely populated region, will take you past unique little towns and through the beautiful island countryside. This bike tour in Croatia let you experience the beautiful island of Korcula with its picturesque old town, the wine growing peninsula of Peljesac and to the south of the peninsula, the island of Mljet with its impressive national park. The tour guide will guide you through the towns of Trogir, Hvar, Stari Grad and Korcula, which are almost all protected as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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  • 2019 

    April 20, May 4, and October 12 departure: £ 1106 $ 2,228 1290 NOK 12255 kr 11312 $ 1,471 All other departures: £ 1191 $ 2,401 1390 NOK 13205 kr 12189 $ 1,585 Surcharge for cabin on or above deck: £ 129 $ 259 150 NOK 1425 kr 1315 $ 171 Surcharge for single cabin below deck: £ 429 $ 864 500 NOK 4750 kr 4385 $ 570   Surcharge for single cabin on or above deck: £ 600 $ 1,209 700 NOK 6650 kr 6138 $ 798

    San Snova:
    March 31, April 21, April 28, May 4, May 12, and October 5 departures: £ 1106 $ 2,228 1290 NOK 12255 kr 11312 $ 1,471 All other departures: £ 1191 $ 2,401 1390 NOK 13205 kr 12189 $ 1,585 Surcharge for cabin on deck: £ 129 $ 259 150 NOK 1425 kr 1315 $ 171 Surcharge for single cabin below deck: £ 429 $ 864 500 NOK 4750 kr 4385 $ 570 Surcharge for single cabin on deck: £ 600 $ 1,209 700 NOK 6650 kr 6138 $ 798

    Kapetan Jure 
    All departures: £ 934 $ 1,883 1090 NOK 10355 kr 9558 $ 1,243 ​Surcharge for cabin on deck: £ 86 $ 173 100 NOK 950 kr 877 $ 114 Surcharge for single cabin below deck: £ 343 $ 691 400 NOK 3800 kr 3508 $ 456 Surcharge for single cabin on deck:  £ 514 $ 1,036 600 NOK 5700 kr 5262 $ 684

    extra options


    Electric bicycle rental: £ 69 $ 138 80 NOK 760 kr 702 $ 91 (please reserve at time of booking as electric bikes are limited)

    Hybrid bicycle protection: £ 9 $ 17 10 NOK 95 kr 88 $ 11

    Electric bicycle protection: £ 17 $ 35 20 NOK 190 kr 175 $ 23

    Parking space (in the event that you are bringing your own vehicle): €50 to €100

    3-Day Post tour Extension in Plitvice Lakes and Zagreb

    3 Star Double Room: £ 643 $ 1,295 750 NOK 7125 kr 6577 $ 855

    3 Star Single Room: £ 729 $ 1,468 850 NOK 8075 kr 7454 $ 969

    4 Star Double Room: £ 677 $ 1,365 790 NOK 7505 kr 6928 $ 901

    4 Star Single Room: £ 763 $ 1,537 890 NOK 8455 kr 7805 $ 1,015

    Discount on above prices without the need of transfers: £ 326 $ 656 380 NOK 3610 kr 3332 $ 433

    Extra nights in Trogir

    3 star Hotel Concordia:
    Twin/double: £ 43 $ 86 50 NOK 475 kr 438 $ 57 Single room: £ 69 $ 138 80 NOK 760 kr 702 $ 91 Twin/double with sea view: £ 51 $ 104 60 NOK 570 kr 526 $ 68 Single room with sea view: £ 77 $ 155 90 NOK 855 kr 789 $ 103 3 star Hotel Pasike:
    April and October:

    Twin/double: £ 43 $ 86 50 NOK 475 kr 438 $ 57 Single room: £ 69 $ 138 80 NOK 760 kr 702 $ 91 May, June, and September:
    Twin/double: £ 51 $ 104 60 NOK 570 kr 526 $ 68 Single: £ 81 $ 164 95 NOK 903 kr 833 $ 108 July and Auguts:
    Twin/double: £ 60 $ 121 70 NOK 665 kr 614 $ 80 Single: £ 90 $ 181 105 NOK 998 kr 921 $ 120 3 star Hotel Tragos:
    April 1 to June 15 and October 2:
    Twin/double: £ 43 $ 86 50 NOK 475 kr 438 $ 57 Single: £ 86 $ 173 100 NOK 950 kr 877 $ 114 June 16 to October 1:
    Twin/double: £ 60 $ 121 70 NOK 665 kr 614 $ 80 Single: £ 86 $ 173 100 NOK 950 kr 877 $ 114 Extra nights in Split:
    3 star Hotel Peristil
    April and October:
    Twin/double: £ 69 $ 138 80 NOK 760 kr 702 $ 91 Single: £ 107 $ 216 125 NOK 1188 kr 1096 $ 143 May to September:
    Twin/double: £ 81 $ 164 95 NOK 903 kr 833 $ 108 Single: £ 129 $ 259 150 NOK 1425 kr 1315 $ 171

    please note

    Reduction per person in combination with another Island Hopping trip: £ 43 $ 86 50 NOK 475 kr 438 $ 57   This tour is possible to book on a 'willing to share' basis
    Reduction from the basic tour price for third person in a cabin (not possible on Kapetan Jure): -50%
    Reduction from the basic tour price for children up to 16*: -25%
    *Not possible to combine with the 50% discount

    Rates are per person based on double occupancy.

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  • 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 15 Euro (± $25). We also can book the transfer for you, on embarkation and disembarkation days only. Cost is €15/person/per transfer. Reservation necessary.


    Please check local conditions before arrival. The average high/low temperatures in °F for the area are: April; 63/48°, May; 71/56°, June; 79/63°, July; 85/67°, August; 84/67°, September; 78/61°, October; 69/54°


    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 neighboring Split where you can also spend a night or two.


    Electric bikes available (maximum of 3 per ship). Please be aware that you will be part of an international group of people.

Tour Dates


Comfort Plus class boats:
Romantica: April 20, May 4, May 18, June 1, June 15, June 29, July 13, July 27, August 17, August 31, September 14, September 28, and October 12, 2019
San Snova: April 20*, April 27*, May 4*, May 25*, June 1, June 8*, June 15*, June 22*, August 24, August 31*, September 7, September 21*, and October 5*, 2019 

Comfort class boat:
Kapetan Jure: April 27, May 11, May 25, June 8, August 24, September 7, September 21, and October 5, 2019  


Skill Level

This tour is rated moderate to difficult and feedback has indicated mostly difficult! Total distance is 220 km / 138 miles total.
This tour in Croatia requires a good level of fitness from participants, ideally acquired from steady, consistent cycling on varied elevation. Route conditions may include variations in height of between 200 and 500 m above sea-level. The day-tours from 20 to 50 km will take you through hilly and mountainous terrain and will be completed without any time-constraints. Participants will also need to master long and steep climbs, during which they are, however, also permitted to push their bikes. You are free to set aside a half or full day to swim or spend on board the boat, instead of taking a planned cycling day. Roads are mostly asphalted roads, which are rarely traveled on outside the holiday seasons.

Where You’ll Stay

Aboard the Comfort Class boat, the Kapetan Jure or the Comfort Plus boats, the Romantica, the San Snova.

What’s Included

  • Accommodations for 7 nights on board
  • 4 days with all meals included and 3 with breakfast and either lunch or dinner
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • 21-speed hybrid bike with bicycle bag or full-suspension bike from Cube
  • 7 guided cycling tours as described in itinerary
  • Bed linen & towels
  • Overview maps for the daily tours on board

What’s Not Included

  • Visitor’s tax, local charges, and unlimited water on board and during cycling: €40 (€20 for children 16 and under) to be paid on board
  • Drinks on board (tally sheet)
  • Tips for crew & tour-guide (optional)
  • Individual arrival to the ship
  • Bicycle Protection (€10 to €20/bike)
  • 3-Day Post-Tour Extension in Plitvice Lakes National Parks and Zagreb (see Extra Stay below, pricing listed on the right under extra options)
  • Optional rafting adventure on Day 6 (€30 per person)
  • Travel Insurance

Extra Stay

3-DAY POST-TOUR EXTENSION in Plitvice Lakes National Park and Zagreb
After breakfast and disembarkation from the boat, a transfer will take you from Trogir to Plitvice Lakes, the most well-known of the Croatian National Parks. Upon arrival, you will have time to enjoy lunch and can then explore the park throughout the afternoon and evening. Night spent in a hotel near the park.

After breakfast, a transfer will bring you to Zagreb, where you can spend the day exploring Croatia’s amazing capital city. The old town, built by the Austro-Hungarian Empire, will charm you at every turn. A 3-hour guided tour will take you to the Kaptol (center of the Roman Catholic Church in Croatia) and Gardec (the upper old town). In the evening, enjoy dinner at a specially selected restaurant offering local cuisine. Night spent in a hotel in Zagreb’s town center.

After breakfast, a transfer will take you to Zagreb airport for your journey home.

Extension Package Includes:

  • Transfer from boat in Trogir to Plitvice Lakes (3 hours)
  • Entrance fee into Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • 3 or 4 star hotel near Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • Transfer from Plitvice Lakes to Zagreb (2.5 hours)
  • 3-hour guided sightseeing tour in Zagreb (entrance fees to sights not included)
  • Dinner in a local restaurant in Zagreb
  • 3 or 4 star hotel in Zagreb city center
  • Transfer from Zagreb hotel to Zagreb airport
  • Taxes
  • *Optional add-on: Sightseeing Bike Tour in Zagreb: €15 per person

    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.


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    Day-To-Day Itinerary

    Southern Dalmatia Map

    Day 1: Trogir (Embarkation) – Island of Šolta
    Day 2: Islands of Sôlta and Hvar, 12 mi. + 12 mi. (20 km)
    Day 3: Islands of Hvar and Korčula, 14 mi. (22 km)
    Day 4: Korčula Island, 38 mi. (60 km)
    Day 5: Brač Island, 17 mi. (27 km)
    Day 6: Omiš - Split, 15 or 27 mi. (25 or 44 km)
    Day 7: Split - Trogir, 9 mi. (15 km)
    Day 8: Trogir (Disembarkation)

    DAY 1: Trogir (Embarkation) – Island of Šolta
    Individual arrival by car to Trogir or by plane to Split airport, which is about 3 miles or 5 km away from the boarding harbor of Trogir. After check in on the ship between 2 pm - 2:30 pm, the first small cruise begins at 3 pm from Trogir to Šolta Island. In the tranquil harbor of Stomorska, you spend the first night of the trip.

    DAY 2: Islands of Šolta and Hvar, 12 mi. + 12 mi. (20km)
    After crossing over to Stomorska on the island of Šolta, you commence the first tour. Walled fields, numerous olive groves, locust bean, and fig trees line the roads. The herbal scent of lavender and rosemary accompanies you along the tour across the island. Your visit to a local beekeeper offers an interesting impression into the production of local honey. After cycling around the island, you return to the ship in Stomorska. Your afternoon cycling tour on the Island of Hvar leads through the quaint harbors of Jelsa and Vrboska. Afterward, you return to Stari Grad, which has become a Mecca for artists and art lovers in the past few years.

    DAY 3: Islands of Hvar and Korčula, 14 mi. (22 km)
    Today’s tour leads along the almost traffic free pass road through nicely set small villages to the island's capital, Hvar, where you will visit the magnificent Renaissance Square and enjoy the view from the Spanish Fortress, situated high above the city. After today’s tour, the boat takes you to the Island of Korčula. Overnight stay in Vela Luka.

    DAY 4: Korčula Island, 38 mi. (62 km)
    Today discover the island of Korčula by bicycle and enjoy our lunch break in one of the local restaurants. The calmness and remoteness of the vast vegetation and cypress gardens have given the shape to the probably most beautiful Dalmatian island. Your cycle tour leads via the village of Blato, which like Rome was built on seven hills, and finally to Korčula town, where you have time to take a walk through the wonderful old town with its narrow “fishbone-like” alleys. Overnight stay in Korčula town.

    DAY 5: Brač Island, 17 mi. (27 km)
    Cruise to the island of Brač, which is famous for its shining white marble which was also used for the White House and the Reichstag in Berlin. After a lunch break, you start your bicycle tour from Sumartin to the lovely fishing village Povlja or to the picturesque town Pučišća. Overnight stay in Pučišća

    DAY 6: Omiš - Split, 15 or 27 mi. (25 or 44 km)
    After a morning crossing to Omiš, cycle through the valley of the Cetina River which is surrounded by steep rocks. After 11 mi./18 km you have the choice to take part on a four hours rafting tour on the Cetina River (not included in the tour price) and afterwards a small cycle tour of about 4 mi./ 7 km back to the boat - or to expand the cycling tour (no rafting) to 27 mi./44 km along small side roads and versatile landscapes until reaching Omiš and its pirate castles. In the afternoon your ship takes you to Split. The old town of Split, built adjoining the famous palace of the Roman Caesar Diocletian, is a world heritage site. Overnight stay in Split.

    DAY 7: Split - Trogir, 9 mi. (15 km)
    In the morning, you prepare for the last bike ride to Mount Marjan. A popular recreational site for the residents of Split, which offers fantastic views of the city and the surrounding islands. Afterward, you board the ship and enjoy the last crossing to Trogir. There is still plenty of time to visit the Old Town, listed as a World Cultural Heritage site. The last evening aboard the ship is celebrated in traditional fashion. While enjoying the communal dinner in a celebratory atmosphere, you will have the chance for a last get-together with the crew and tour guides.

    DAY 8: Trogir (Disembarkation)
    After breakfast, disembarkation by 9 am,  individual trip home, or extended stay in Dalmatia/Croatia.

    Please note, minor itinerary changes are possible in 2019. 

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

    **There are times depending on weather conditions and organizational requirements that will necessitate the tour being conducted in reverse order.

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    Customer Feedback

    • Gary R. 4 months ago

      The challenge of riding through Croatia whilst making friends with a wide range of people from around the world.

      Boat: Romantica

    • Katherine R. 5 months ago

      The Adriatic was beautiful.

      Boat: Kapetan Jure

    • Maryanne & Greg M. 5 months ago

      An awesome cycling holiday
      Great food delicious wine and stunning scenery!!! A really memorable holiday and a must do for any keen cyclist

      Boat: San Snova

    • Kurt W. 6 months ago

      The crew, guides, boat, food, bikes were all great. The scenery was spectacular and the weather (end of Sept, first week of Oct) was ideal -- except for some heavy winds that caused the itinerary to be modified for safety (we never experienced the winds ourselves). Biking was really good -- lots of hills, steep and long, but I had an e-bike so they weren't a problem for me -- and others on the trip, even those older than I am (I'm 72) on "normal" bikes, did fine on them. The one thing I'd say was I would have liked was more biking -- longer routes, more time pedaling. We biked from 9 a.m. to lunch, never after lunch. Having said that, swimming off the boat or cruising after lunch were also very nice. Other guests on the trip were fun, interesting, and friendly. I was sorry to say good-byes.

    • Deborah A. 6 months ago

      Most Memorable Part: The islands have breath-taking views of the blue Adriatic Sea and the red roofs of the villages.

      Boat: Kapetan Jure

    • Jeff W. 8 months ago

      There were so many memorable rides, islands, towns, meals and staff it is difficult to choose. This was our first bike and boat experience and it is truly memorable because it exceeded all expectations. Previously we have done sportiv tours and also cycling hotels. Bike and boat combines the best aspects of both- you only have to unpack once, as with a cycling hotel, but you travel to a new destination each day, as with a sportiv.

      Boat: San Snova

    • André G. 11 months ago

      The atmosphere among the guests thanks to the two guides was exceptionally good. Congratulations to Tina and Lannis.

      Boat: Romantica

    • Constance R. 1 year ago

      This was a most memorable trip! Everything was truly top-notch! Especially loved the scenery, staff, food, company ... what more can I say! The only thing I'd like folks who are considering this to know is that the rides are hard. It was noted as moderate to difficult and most all of us would say it was difficult. But it was worth the effort as the views from the top of the mountains (not hills!) were incredible! And then I could reward myself with all the scrumptious food served at every meal. The camaraderie that developed amongst us travelers was truly a highlight. These are people I wish I could travel with again - so much fun! I know I can't count on this happening again but maybe...! I will definitely book another Bike and Barge trip!

      Boat: Romantica

    • Greg and Maryanne M. 1 year ago

      Bike and Boat in Croatia is a must. Add it to your list today.

      Boat: San Snova

    • Nellie V. 1 year ago

      Best parts: Relaxing and traveling on a boat for the week of the bike trip, no packing and unpacking!

    • Connie Ramsey 1 year ago

      I did this trip in early Oct. 2017 and it was truly fabulous! The boat, Romantica, was very comfortable; our guides were wonderful; the food was great; our co-riders were the best; and the sights were truly to die for! What more can you ask for? Even our weather was perfect! Just know that our guide said this really should have been marked as "Difficult" as it's the most difficult one they do. Be prepared... or get an electric bike!

      • Jehiel from Tripsite 1 year ago

        Hi Connie!
        Thanks for submitting this feedback! We are glad you had a fabulous time.
        This tour is labeled "Moderate-Difficult" and can be read as "Moderate with an ebike" or "Difficult with a hybrid bike".
        Thanks again for your feedback. We hope to help you plan your next trip!

    • Claudia H. 2 years ago

      Most Memorable Part: The beautiful scenery, the people and guides and the biking

      Boat: Romantica

    • Kathy H 3 years ago

      The Southern Dalmatia tour was the 2nd of a 2 week back to back bike tour we took in Croatia (first week was National Parks of Dalmatia). The cycling on this tour was considerably more challenging compared to our first week ... "moderate to difficult" is an appropriate descriptor if a non-electric bike is used. With more challenging cycling there less emphasis on site-seeing while cycling. However 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. Cruising among the islands in a beautifully clear sea was an unexpected highlight... and a welcome break after a morning or afternoon of strenuous cycling. The frequent opportunity to swim off the boat was amazing!

      Romantica was a clean sailing yacht with good amenities. Although rated as "Comfort Plus", we would consider it on the lower end of that Read more… scale (relative to some of the other "bike and barge" boats that we have been on). But we recognize that "you get what you pay for" and the Romantica was in our view good value.

      We found the ship's crew to be accommodating and friendly. The food was fabulous with 4 course lunches and dinners that went beyond our expectations (thank goodness we burned calories during biking!). Our guides Jelena and Ivan were very professional and explanatory, had great command of the group and emphasized "safety first". They contributed significantly to the quality of our biking and enhanced the total tour experience greatly.
      Overall, we had a fabulous 2 weeks of biking in Croatia. We so appreciate the assistance of Tripsite in helping us plan this trip (and others). We look forward to another "bike and sail" next fall.

    • M. McPhee 3 years ago

      A fantastic tour. Really well organised and the guides had great local knowledge. One of our guides even spoke 5 languages so he made everyone feel welcome. The scenery was amazing especially the island of Brac with the most wonderful early morning reflections of the beautiful village in the bay. The food was tasty and plentiful rivaling the odd episode of "Masterchef"
      At the Captains dinner we also learnt that the boat was built by the captains family over 4 years with no design drawings. Amazing. We met some great people on board from Brazil and Germany. A fantastic adventure. We enjoyed the Croatian undulations!!! There are a few hills but it is worth it!!!! Enjoy

      Boat: San Snova

    • Valerie Purcell 3 years ago

      Our only real complaint is with the description of our South Dalmatia Island Tour. It was mentioned that the bike ride was moderate to difficult but we (and I speak for all 28 of us because we all thought the same and there were some riders that were very experienced) that the ride was mostly difficult. There was no mention of this in the description that it would be "mostly"! There were a lot hills with very steep grades that would go on for kilometers, something that I was not prepared for. I don't know if bike tours can be rated (perhaps like white water rafting) so that one can have a better feel of what the ride will be like or perhaps train or prepare for it. It was our first bike tour so we now know more of what questions we can ask so that we can see if the tour is the right one. Overall we really enjoyed ourselves and were proud of what we achieved (what a fantastic feeling!) and the views were awesome! Really appreciated having two guides one at Read more… the front guiding our way and one bringing up the rear which always insisted to take our time whether it was for taking photos or for that much needed break! Jesse always said "It's your vacation!"

      Boat: San Snova

    • James Purcell 3 years ago

      It was more challenging than expected, but very rewarding. Great value.

      Boat: San Snova

    • Nell Venir 3 years ago

      Overall we were very happy on this trip, it was a wonderful experience. Two friend have also taken the Croatia trip this year and they too had a great experience. The small boat, efficient staff, and great food made up for the killer hills. My only complaint was the quality of the ebikes, very poor!

      Boat: Kapetan Jure

    • Maureen Ryan 3 years ago

      Scenery was great! A few times the directions could have been more clear.

      Boat: Romantica

    • Margaret Pattison 3 years ago

      My daughter and I had a great time.

      Boat: Romantica

    • Linda Hofer 4 years ago

      The "barge" (more like a schooner) and everything along with it was better than imagined. Thank you for a wonderful biking trip. We are already looking for our next adventure on two wheels.

      Boat: San Snova

    • Frank McDowell 4 years ago

      My wife and I did the So Dalmatia tour aboard the San Snova in Sept '14. Beautiful country, excellent crew and guides and great group of bikers. It was a wonderful experience with good value.

      Boat: San Snova

    • Elize Steyn 7 years ago

      Our extended family of 7 did the cruise/cycle trip on the Romantica for a week in July. We all agreed this was one of the most successful family holidays we have ever enjoyed. Our boat, crew and Captain were wonderful. The guides were entertaining and always helpful and the bikes very well maintained. The food was excellent and much better than we expected. The wine was expensive and the variety limited. Since we sailed in very hot weather I think some salad lunches would be a good idea, instead of hot meals most days. The afternoon snacks were great. We quickly made good friends with other people on board. The cycling was not really tough, but we all cycle regularly. A lot of climbing and descending. We did get frustrated sometimes at the long waits in the middle of nowhere for some slower riders to catch up and our guide requesting us not to go ahead on our own, which we could have done quite easily. The white water rafting was a highlight. The views were amazing and the Read more… water clear and perfect for swimming. The little towns were lovely. The Croatian people were friendly. Overall this trip is good value for money and a perfect activity laden family holiday, also good for a group of active friends. We would all ike go again. THANK YOU SO MUCH CAPTAIN JURE and the crew and Elvis and Zlatko.

      Elize Steyn

      Boat: Romantica

    • Joyce Baiardi 7 years ago

      This was definitely a MODERATE trip. Biking was tough.The boat was nice, the food was fair at best, the wine on board ship was very expensive for a local bottle ($30). Croatia is beautiful, pictures of it don't do it justice. The seawater is gorgeous,clear, blue. The people are very friendly and speak excellent english. Overall this is the only way to vacation.

      Boat: Romantica

    • Deborah Conklin 8 years ago

      Very nice trip. The Romantica is a lovely boat with a gracious and accomodating captain and crew. All the cabins are quite nice but the upper deck cabins are worth the extra cost. The cycling was challenging but managable with great scenery , lovely villages and good food and wine as rewards. October weather was perfect. ...a highly recommended trip - for anyone up to a cycling challenge.

      Boat: Romantica

    • Chris Kocher 8 years ago

      Great trip. Wonderful accomodations on the boat, fantactic crew and guides. The Islands, ports and villages were all beautful with friendly people everywhere. Biking routes were well selected with many options for those who wanted to do more, or less. I'd recommend one of these tours to anyone who wants to get out and enjoy a great vacation with a little activity.

      Boat: Romantica

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    Southern Dalmatia Boats + Barges

    Kapetan Jure Photo

    Kapetan Jure Croatia Comfort Class Boat Captain Anton and his crew form an experienced and friendly team, who know how to pamper their guests with delicious specialities. With its 15 cabins, the Kapetan Jure offers place for 30 guests. 11 of the cabins are on deck. 10 of these are furnished with 2 beds arranged side by side, while one cabin has bunk beds.The remaining 4 cabins are below deck and are furnished with a French bed (140 cm wide).

    Romantica Photo

    Romantica Croatia Premium Class Boat Captain Jure's Romantica, our brandnew ship in Croatia, was launched in May 2007. The ship is 32 m long and 7.6 m wide and possesses solid structural steelwork which, as the name says, connects romance with modern design and functionality.

    San Snova Photo

    San Snova Croatia Premium Class Boat This ship, constructed entirely of oak, took 3 years to build by the Scherka familiy in their own carpentry workshop as a family project. The ship, 31m long and 8m wide, meets the highest expectations in regard to comfort, elegance and style, combining romantic seafaring with modernity and functionality.