Bike and Barge in Croatia
Beautiful Mediterranean islands in South Dalmatia on MS Aneta, MS Orkan and MS Columbo
- Round trip from Trogir
- Adria-Islands in South Croatia, UNESCO-World Heritage Dubrovnik, Travel dates until the end of October
- Daily routes ●○○○○
- Altitude profile ●●●●○
- guided tour
- Bike & Boat: MS Aneta, MS Orkan & MS Columbo
km / day avg.
Travelling with bike and barge in Croatia is like paradise: White sails over deep-blue, beautifully clear water of the Mediterranean Sea. Dense evergreen oaks and pine trees line the banks and your motor sailer takes you from island to island. Croatia is a holidaymaker's paradise. On this tour you will discover forgotten bays, perfect for diving into from your sailing boat. Together with your tour guide you will explore the winding paths along the South Dalmatian coast on your bike. You are served tasty, regional dishes and spend the evenings in the great outdoors, underneath star-filled skies.
- Booking Codes
MS Aneta – HR-DASMS-08G
MS Orkan – HR-DASSO-08G
MS Columbo – HR-DASSC-08G
- Start / Destination
8 days, 7 nights
approx. 195 km, 4300 m altitude difference
Daily routes ●○○○○
between 10 and 40 km, Ø 30 km
Altitude profile ●●●●○
- Parking information
Secured parking in Trogir, cost: 40.- € per car and week, you need to reserve the parking with your booking, it is payable on site (in Croatian Kuna).
- Arrival information – by plane
We can arrange a transfer from Split airport to Trogir habour and back, on request and subject to availability. Please specify your flight number and arrival time.
- Additional nights in Trogir
Availabilities and prices are on request
- Bicycle helmet
On bicycle tours in Croatia helmets are mandatory for children under 18 years of age. However, for safety reasons we generally recommend wearing a helmet. If you book a rental bike a rental helmet is included in the price, please state your hat size / head circumference upon booking. For an optimum fit we recommend that you bring your own helmet..
- Minimum number of participants
The minimum numbers of participants must be reached 28 days prior to the arrival date:
MS Aneta: 20 participants
MS Orkan: 12 participants
MS Columbo: 20 participants
Changes to boat trips due to weather, water levels or technical conditions are possible; the right to change is reserved.
- Tour operated by
Local cooperation partner
Your cruisers MS Aneta, MS Orkan and MS Columbo
The man who built the MS Aneta was inspired by the ideas of his cruise guests, and even integrated them into the boat plans. During the renovation work, the wishes of the guests were also a priority. There is a warm welcoming holiday atmosphere on this lovely boat, from which you can hop into the turquoise wet of the Mediterranean whenever it is at anchor.
The Vuković family has bought the MS Orkan in autumn 2013. Captain Ante makes sure that all his guests spend an unforgettable holiday on his boat. It has a capacity of only 20 passengers and there is a familiar atmosphere on board. Make yourself comfortable and unwind – on one of the deck chairs in the sun or in the air conditioned saloon.
The Ercegovic family has been spoiling their guests for over 5 years on the MS Columbo. In the meantime, their sons have taken over as captains. A relaxed atmosphere is what you'll find on board. On the sun deck there is enough space to recover from the cycling sections of the route! And if you need a cool down, just jump in from deck into the crystal clear waves of the Mediterranean.
Day 1: Individual arrival in Trogir, Trogir – Brač island (by boat), round trip Brač island, approx. 25 km / 640 m altitude difference
Embarkation takes place between 12.00 am and 14.00 in Trogir. Next, you get to know your travel guide over a drink. Once all guests are on board, the anchor is raised and the ship sails to Supetar on Brač island. This is where you will hop into your saddle and cycle to Pucisca where your captain awaits.
Day 2: Brač island – Korčula island (by boat), bike tour on Korčula island, approx. 35 km / 680 m altitude difference
Right after breakfast, the boat casts off for the island of Korčula. It is known as the black island because of the pinewoods here. From the harbour in Račišće you cycle via Kneža and Žrnovska Banja to Korčula. Via Pupnat and Kneža you go back on board the boat and then set off back to Korčula where you spend the night.
Day 3: Korčula island – Mljet island (by boat), round tour from Sobra, approx. 30 km / 910 m altitude difference, Mljet island – Elafiti island of Šipan (by boat)
The day starts with a cruise to Mljet island. The island is almost completely covered in forest and has a large national park with free-roaming mongoose. You cycle through vast forests via Prožura to Saplunara. After a break for lunch and swimming you cycle back to the boat which will be on target for the Elafiti archipelago once you are on board.
Day 4: Round tour from Šipanska Luka, approx. 10 km / 200 m altitude difference, Šipan island – Dubrovnik (by boat)
The archipelago comprises 13 islands and is largely uninhabited. Formerly a popular summer residence for the aristocracy, today there are still many elegant villas here, some of which you will get to see on a short tour of Šipan island by bike. You continue to Dubrovnik by boat. You will arrive here at lunchtime and will have plenty of time to explore this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Day 5: Dubrovnik – Pelješac peninsula (by boat), Prapratno – Trstenik, approx. 35 km / 700 m altitude difference
The boat takes you from Dubrovnik to Prapratno on Pelješac peninsula. You hop on the saddle and cycle to Ston and Mali Ston, two places that are connected by a wall which is 5.5 km long. It was built in the 14th century. In Ston you can almost smell the salt from the oldest and biggest salt works on the Mediterranean. The bike tour continues via Dubrava and Žuljana to Trstenik. After lunch on board and a swimming break on the way the boat takes you to the village of Kućište.
Day 6: Pelješac peninsula – Hvar island (by boat), bike tour on Hvar island, approx. 40 km / 860 m altitude difference
In the morning you are brought to Hvar island. In the town of Hvar you get back into the saddle to enjoy a tour through fields of lavender and vineyards to Stari Grad. The boat awaits you with a delicious lunch on board. With new energy you take off on the second part of today's bike tour. You cycle via Vrboska to Jelsa and back to Stari Grad. The oldest settlement on the island is a perfect place to enjoy the romantic atmosphere and beautiful colours as the sun sets into the sea.
Day 7: Hvar island – Šolta island (by boat), Stomorska – Maslinica, approx. 20 km / 300 hm, Maslinica – Trogir (by boat)
You go by boat from Stari Grad to Stomorska on Šolta island, one of the smaller Dalmatian islands. It is known for its very good olive oil - which is a great souvenir to take back home. Your last cycle tour on this trip comes to an end in Maslinica. After lunch plus time to go swimming, you return to Trogir.
Day 8: Individual departure
Your bike and barge holiday in Croatia ends after breakfast. Disembarkation is until 09.00 am.