Mostar, a UNESCO Site, on the Neretva River with its most famous bridge in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Photo via Flickr:Kevin Botto

Dubrovnik on the Dalmatian Coast in the Adriatic Sea. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Croatia. Photo via Flickr:Tambako the Jaguar
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Dalmacia desde Dubrovnik Plus

Croacia Tours en bicicleta y barco

Cicloturismo en Croacia visitando las islas dálmatas

Si quieres descubrir Croacia en bicicleta, la región del sur de Dalmacia es un lugar que no te puedes perder. Tu alojamiento flotante te acompañará mientras conoces esta escasamente poblada parte de Croacia incluyendo las islas Šipan, Korčula, Hvar, Mljet, Lastovo y Pelješac.

La gran atracción de este viaje en bici por Croacia es la ciudad céntrica de Dubrovnik que fue declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por UNESCO con sus imponentes murallas y angostas callejuelas. La ruta en bici por Dubrovnik será una inolvidable experiencia.

Otro lugar imperdible es la excursión a Mostar, conocida por el puente destruido durante la guerra de los Balcanes, que ha sido restaurado y hoy es un símbolo de la coexistencia pacífica de diferentes grupos étnicos.

Puedes encontrar más cicloturismo por Croacia aquí.

Y Croacia en bici y barco aquí

Salidas de los tours

Abril 30, Mayo 7, Mayo 14, Mayo 21, Mayo 28, Junio 4, Junio 11, Junio, Junio 25, Julio 2, Julio 9, Julio 16, Julio 23, Julio 30, Agosto 6, Agosto 13, Agosto  20, Agosto 27, Septiembre 3, Septiembre 10, Septiembre 17, Septiembre 24, Octubre 1, Octubre  8, Octubre 15, Octubre  22, Octubre  29 2017

Nível de dificultad

Este tour requiere un nivel físico básico adquirido por la práctica regular del ciclismo. El tour llega a alturas de entre 200 y 500 metros, con distancias diarias entre 20 y 45 kms por terreno montañoso. El tour se puede completar sin restricciones de tiempo. Participantes deberán dominar largas y empinadas pendientes, que no representan problemas con el uso de bicicletas eléctricas. Las calles son asfaltadas y con poco tráfico. Cada día puedes elegir hacer el recorrido solo con mapas e información a tu disposición o seguir con el grupo y sus dos guías.

Alojamiento

A bordo del Harmonia, un barco clase Comfort Plus.

Incluido

  • Viaje de 8 días en yate motorizado con tripulación
  • 7 noches en camarote doble con baño privado
  • Desayunos, almuerzos y cenas
  • Guía del tour en Inglés
  • Bicicleta eléctrica de 8 velocidades con cesta (pannier)
  • Bicicleta híbrida también es posible (con descuento)
  • 7 tours guiados en bicicleta
  • Toallas y ropa de cama
  • Mapas para tours diarios a bordo
  • City tour en Dubrovnik y entradas a edificios históricos

Noincluido

  • Impuestos al turista y cargos locales: €20 (pagados al capitán)
  • Bebidas a bordo
  • Seguro para bicicleta €10 (bici híbrida) a €20 (bici eléctrica)
  • Agua sin límite a bordo y durante el ciclismo €40 (€20 para niños menores a 16). Se abona a bordo.

Extra Stay

Si se solicita, podemos recomendar un buen hotel en Dubrovnik.

tourBici+Barco
TipoGuiado
DificultadModerado
Duración8 días
Desde1370 Precios
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Dalmacia desde Dubrovnik Plus Map

Día 1: Embarque en Dubrovnik - Isla Šipan
Día 2: Islas Šipan y Mljet (ruta en bici, 10 km + 30 km)
Día 3: Isla Lastovo (ruta en bici, 30 km)
Día 4: Islas Korčula y Gradac (ruta en bici, 23 km)
Día 5: Excursión a Mostar
Día 6: Isla Korčula (ruta en bici, 50 km)
Día 7: Prapratno - Slano - Dubrovnik (ruta en bici, 30 km)
Día 8: Dubrobnik. Desembarco en Dubrovnik.

 * Las distancias son aproximadas. El itinerario puede cambiar debido a cambios en el viento, del tiempo y cualquier otra circunstancia imprevista que tenga que ver con requisitos de anclaje, etc.

Día 1: Llegada y embarque en Dubrovnik -  Isla Šipan
Llegada a Dubrovnik. Check-in a bordo se inicia entre las 2:00 p.m. y las 2:30 p.m. en Gruž, el puerto de la ciudad. A las 3:00 p.m. habrá un interesante tour guiado por Dubrovnik, se visitarán los sitios más importantes como Roland, las murallas de la ciudad o el monasterio franciscano. Navegamos brevemente hacia Šipan, la más grande de las islas Elaphite a eso de las 6:00 p.m. Esta primer noche se pernoctará en el tranquilo puerto de Šipanska Luka.

Día 2: Islas Šipan y Mljet, 10 km + 15 km
Un agradable paseo en bicicleta nos lleva luego del desayuno a pasar por las suntuosas casas de campo de Dubrovnik y por los bosques, valles fértiles y parques subtropicales de la isla Šipan. Luego navegamos a la verde y boscosa isla Mlejt, conocida como la isla de miel. Por la tarde, puedes explorar la isla. Pasamos la noche a bordo en la tranquila bahía de Pomena.

Día 3: Isla Lastovo, 30 km
El barco nos lleva temprano por la mañana a la isla Lastovo, que es una de las islas habitadas más pequeñas en el mar Adriático. De apenas 1.000 habitantes, viven de la tierra. El vino de color oro "Marastina", conocido fuera de las fronteras croatas es producido aquí. El recorrido en bici de hoy nos lleva a dar un buen paseo alrededor de la magnífica isla.

Día 4: Islas Korčula y Gradac, 23 km
​Después de cruzar a la isla de Korcula, seguimos en bicicleta desde Brna hasta Vela Luka donde nos encontramos con nuestro barco para el almuerzo. Después de un descanso, levantamos ancla y volvemos a tierra firme. Hoy habrá tiempo suficiente para poder nadar si te apetece. Nuestro destino es el puerto de Gradac, cerca del delta del rio Neretva.

Día 5: Excursión a Mostar
Luego de un breve pasaje en barco desde Ploče en el delta del río Neretva, continuamos en bus y atravesamos la frontera bosnia hacia Počitelj. Habrá un tour guiado que nos familiarizará con el lugar y su bien preservada fortaleza antes de continuar hacia Mostar. Lo más famoso de la ciudad y conocido en el mundo entero es el puente que cruza el río Neretva que fue destruido en 1993 y reabierto en 2004. El puente y la ciudad vieja son desde 2005 Patrimonio de la Humanidad de UNESCO. Regresamos al barco terminando el día relajados con una copa de vino.

Día 6: Isla Korčula, 50 km
Navegamos temprano a Brna en la isla Korčula, que se dice es la más linda isla dálmata. Exploramos la parte este de la isla en bici. La ruta ciclista nos lleva de Prigradica a la ciudad de Korčula. Disfrutamos de la vista del mar muy azul en la bahía de Pupnat, siendo esta bahía la escenografía favorita para los fotógrafos del tour. Por la tarde llegamos a la ciudad capital de la isla, Korčula, que compite con Venecia por el honor de ser el lugar de nacimiento del famoso explorador Marco Polo. Habrá tiempo en la noche para pasear por la maravillosa isla.

Día 7: Prapratno - Slano - Dubrovnik, 30 km
Cruzamos a la penísula Pelješac, viajando por la costa hacia el pequeño puerto de Prapratno y de ahí a Ston donde podrás caminar a lo largo de la muralla famosa de la ciudad, que es la fortificación más larga de Europa. El camino sigue hacia Slano en el continente. Aquí el barco te espera para hacer el último paseo a Dubrovnik. La última noche tradicionalmente se pasa con los pasajeros, tripulación y guías del tour.

Día 8: Desembarco en Dubrobnik
El viaje termina después del desayuno a las 9:00 a.m. Los pasajeros podrán extender su estadía en Dalmacia/Croacia.

Más información sobre este viaje en bicicleta y barco a Europa en  info-es@tripsite.com

*Se tomarán como válidos los detalles y descripciones de las rutas de los viajes a los que están circunscriptos en las páginas en inglés.

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Comentarios de viajeros

  • Laurie T. 2 months ago

    Amazing guides - Senad and Lucia!! They were so fun, informative, professional! Boat experience exceeded my expectations in comfort, great food, friendly helpful crew, size of room.

  • Catherine B. 2 months ago

    Senad and Lucija were an amazing team; they really made the trip a spectacular experience. Our entire group seemed to enjoy the history lessons that were incorporated into our daily biking adventures. Biking ability in the group was varied and they managed us very well.
    Mention must be made of the professional way that they handled 2 incidents that resulted in hospital visits, one of which was very serious! They are to be commended!

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Kim G. 2 months ago

    The guides, Senad and Lucija, were outstanding. The food was great and almost too plentiful! The kitchen staff and waiter did an incredible job of meeting my specific dietary requirements. Our only suggestion is to change the pricing to include water, bike insurance, etc. We would rather pay it all in one shot as the extra costs were mandatory.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Janis W. 2 months ago

    The trip exceeded our expectations! The guides, Senad and Lucija where both excellent. There were a few safety issues that came up on the trip and they knew exactly how to handle them. They were both professional and personable and were a huge part of the trip being so enjoyable.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Kelly F. 2 months ago

    The boat staff and guides were fantastic! Would like to have had more time to roam the old cities of Korcula and Ston. The food was very good and plentiful- perhaps, the daily menu could be posted so one could pace themselves.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Joanne P. 2 months ago

    Fabulous guides who were very knowledgeable about the history of the region we were cycling in. Great people on the trip...met many interesting folks of various abilities who all got on bikes and enjoyed the rides.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • M. Watjen 6 months ago

    We loved our trip! Everything about it brought us delight. Southern Croatia is simply beautiful, the bike riding was perfect for us (we live in western North Carolina which is mountainous), we enjoyed our guides very much, & were taken care of extremely well by the crew on the boat. Look forward to the next bike trip!

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Penny Keys 1 year ago

    Wonderful trip to Croatia and the guides were top notch...the best! Thank you

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Lois Walker 1 year ago

    I had an amazing holiday and experience. The crew and staff and guides were outstanding. The boat was beautiful and well managed. I lucked out with interesting and friendly and delightful cycling companions. I have told everyone I can how wonderful this trip was in every way.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Brett Applebaum 1 year ago

    Food just okay. plenty of it but several of the dishes were not very good. company was great so not a big deal. our guides were sensational. needed to have towels changed everyday or every other day. twice on the trip not enough. otherwise had a wonderful time. pretty challenging bike trips but we were all in it together. I think everyone had a great time.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Dean Boyce 1 year ago

    Best holiday ever. Great staff.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Vincent Zuellig 1 year ago

    The whole trip was fantastic. The boat, crew, country, everything was great. This was our second Croatia bike trip. And by far our favorite. I would do it all over again. One suggestion. One less night in Dubrovnik. We would have loved to check in and set sail.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Pamela Broz 1 year ago

    This tour delivers excellent value, service and amenities. In addition to excellent cycling, we were treated to three guided historic city tours, a 5-Star picnic in a historic, rural pavilion, and refreshing swim stops in the Adriatic. Every meal featured a unique salad and entree made with fresh ingredients. The staff are professional, accommodating and the service superb.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Lois Walker 1 year ago

    I loved every moment. The guides and crew were outstanding. My fellow cyclists a delight. A top drawer experience. Can't say enough positive.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Babara Mack 1 year ago

    It's not that I don't recommend this trip, it's that I would recommend it with caveats. The guides were great, the cycling adequate. By this I mean, I found that on some days we started out and then, 25 minutes later, stopped in a city center for maybe 20 minutes. Why? To experience what, in 20 minutes? It would have been better to simply keep cycling. The first day of cycling I found, in particular, to be needlessly short. The barge in general was OK. The seats on the lounge chairs became uncomfortable after a while. Too thin.

    The least satisfactory part of this trip was the food - I thought there would be more fish options, considering we were on the sea. The 2 fish dishes that were served were not good - one was very dry, and the other was smothered in a too-salty sauce. The desserts were memorable - for their lack of taste. The breakfasts were fine. The salads that preceded each main course were also fine. Someone mentioned that it might be worth your charging a bit more and offering better quality food. I was not the only one disappointed in the food offerings. More opportunities to swim would also have been appreciated, at least by me.
    Actually, upon thinking about this, I probably wouldn't recommend this program, and would encourage others to look for better options.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Beth Perry 1 year ago

    To say the Dalmatia from Dubrovnik Plus bike and boat tour was most excellent would be a gross understatement of fact! The Harmonia ship was a dream boat - roomy cabins with large baths, a chef that really should get a Michelin star or two and staff that were friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating. We biked up long mountainous terrain and were rewarded with views that were breath taking (we were also rewarded with a nice long downhill ride). After our rides, we would tuck into a cove and swim in the beautiful, blue, clear, Adriatic Sea. It just doesn't get better than this! Bonus - a day trip to Mostar to see the famous bridge. The eight days were over in a heartbeat - I will certainly take another trip like this though how it can be topped is beyond my comprehension. Tripsite has many options so I feel confident that I will find another biking trip that will be equally enjoyable.

    Boat: Harmonia

    • Lindsay 11 months ago

      We did the Tyrrhenian Sea tour of southern Italy in May 2014. This was also an amazing trip - I highly recommend it!!

      Boat: Harmonia

  • Donna Flotron 2 years ago

    This is a well run tour with some minor irritations.The ebikes are not very safe as they have very small wheels with a high seat and handle bars.Only 8 ebikes were used but there were 3 accidents due to the balance issue.

    Crew and guides were very good and very hospitable.

    Boat: Harmonia

  • Cynthia Adams 4 years ago

    My husband, I and two friends did the island hopping tour along the southern coast of Croatia in Sept 2012. The San Snova is a beautiful boat with a friendly very helpful crew. Sailing between islands was lovely. Our guides were always encouraging even on the steeper hills. Never have I seen such a beautiful country and crystal clear water as in Croatia. Each island was unique, the people friendly, the small towns charming and Dubrovnik a gem.

  • Vivian and Dennis Williams 6 years ago

    This was such an amazing adventure. We have done several bike and barge tours down rivers and canals but this is the first ocean island hopping trip and won't be the last. Everything about it was perfect: the beautiful scenery, the San Snova and it's crew, the bike riding and the food and great hospitality. Highly recommend it! Thanks Pack and Pedal for organizing it. Croatia: Southern Dalmation coast and the old walled city of Dubrovnik is a must. Dennis rode each day but I chose not too and the guides were so helpful to me in arranging things I could see and do as a non-rider. Loved it all!!!!

  • Jan VandenHengel 6 years ago

    I just completed this tour and can't say enough good things about it. Cycling the Dalmatians and boating through the Adriatic is simply stunning. The crew and guides on our boat--the San Snova--were fantastic! Having personally travelled the world wide and far, I can say you won't regret this adventure.

    Cheers,

    Jan

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