Croatia by Bike and Boat

Mit Schiff und Rad in Kroatien
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Travelling in Croatia by bike and boat means sun, beach and sea! Travel with us along the most beautiful stretches of the Croatian Adriatic coast - in Dalmatia and Istria. Along the rocky coasts, on kilometre-long beaches and in centuries-old cities such as Dubrovnik or Split, you will experience the Mediterranean flair of this beautiful corner of Europe on land and on water. See for yourself!

Our tours in Croatia by bike and boat start either in Rijeka, Pula or in the Dalmatian port cities of Zadar and Trogir. Airports are located not far from all starting points. From southern Germany, Switzerland and Austria you have good transport connections by car. All tours in Croatia by bike and boat are accompanied or guided by a tour guide. If you do not wish to cycle, it is possible to spend the time on board without any problems. You will spend your trip on a motor sailer in classic wooden construction or a steel ship of the premium class, depending on which tour you choose. By the way, some tours can be booked until the end of October.

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Looking for a trip in Croatia by bike and boat, you have a wide choice of trips and boats. Get to know the beauty of the Croatian coastal landscape and the numerous islands by water and by land.

How you want to travel in Croatia by bike and boat is entirely up to you. If you prefer to travel on a classic and modern wooden ship that offers you less space but more cosiness, we recommend a trip on MS Aneta, MS Planka or MS Dalmatino. An informal atmosphere included! If a premium ship meets your taste, book a trip on the MS Columbo, the MS Aria or the MS Carpe Diem. The advantages here: More comfortable cabins, a spacious sun deck and a bathing platform on board. A direct jump into the refreshing sea is possible from both ship types, from now on from the platform or the railing.

With the MS Aneta you will travel from island to island in Central and South Dalmatia. Visit the historic old towns of Split and Dubrovnik and taste the famous full-bodied red wine from Dingač on the Pelješac peninsula. The same tour can also be booked with the MS Columbo. This motor sailer, built in 2009, also sets sail for a bathing cruise in South Dalmatia. Short cycling tours, many swimming breaks and a rafting tour are on the itinerary. The simple activities are ideal for families with older children. A real island hopper is the MS Planka. Across the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean, you comfortably head for the islands of Krk, Rab, Pag and Cres. Different ship, same route, same travel pleasure: With the premium ship MS Aria you will experience the varied landscape of green hills, rugged cliffs and azure bays. On the MS Dalmatino you will travel through the island world of northern Dalmatia. You cycle through the Kornati National Park, follow in Winnetou's footsteps and enjoy the refreshing water of the Krka waterfalls. With the MS Carpe Diem you will experience the same route. You can also take a pure bathing cruise with many inclusive services.

The coasts of South Dalmatia are perfect for a mountain bike tour. Welcome to the MS San Snova! After you have conquered a few metres of altitude every day on an average of 35 kilometres, the motor sailer built entirely of wood is already waiting for you to continue your journey.

Travel in Croatia by bike and boat also takes you to Istria. The peninsula in the northern Adriatic once belonged to the Roman Empire, which has left its architectural and cultural traces behind. Set sail from Pula on the traditional wooden ship MS Tarin and get to know the varied coast of Istria with its numerous beaches. You can experience even more bathing pleasure on a bathing cruise in the Kvarner Bay. From Rijeka you travel with the MS Kapetan Kuka and the MS Maček. The ships each have a bathing platform - swimming fun guaranteed!

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