Explore the Croatian islands by bike & boat

A different way to discover the Adriatic Sea

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Explore the Croatian islands by bike & boat

Embark on an original cruise that combines sailing and cycling tours. Discover the beauty of the Croatian islands during your daily bike rides. You will pedal between 20 and 75 km per day through unspoiled paradise. This combination is perfect for cycling lovers who want to explore a destination in a different way.

Cruise Highlights

  • Daily bike rides
  • The wild side of Mljet National Park
  • The cultural and historical richness of the Croatian islands
4.1 4.1 · 8 reviews

Your Boat

  • MV Leonardo
  • 13 total cabins
  • 26 people max
  • 4 crew members

Welcome aboard the Leonardo, a 30-metre long and 6-metre wide motor boat. The boat has a large deck equipped with deckchairs, ideal for relaxing after a day of cycling. There is also a lounge area where you can relax and enjoy the Croatian landscape. Your meals, prepared with local produce, will be served in a friendly restaurant atmosphere where you can discuss the course of your day.

Please note : The boat above is given as an example. The model of your boat will be confirmed at the time of booking.

  • Restaurant
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge area
  • Deckchairs

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


Your boat has 13 cabins distributed between 3 decks:

  • Upper deck: 1 double cabin, 1 twin cabin, 1 triple cabin
  • Main deck: 3 double cabins, 1 triple cabin
  • Lower deck: 4 twin cabins, 2 triple cabins

  • All cabins are air-conditioned and have a bathroom with a hairdryer and private toilet.

    Itinerary of your cruise

    From Split, you will sail along the Adriatic Sea in a southerly direction. Every day, you will enjoy a bike ride accompanied by a professional guide to explore the most beautiful panoramas of Croatia.


    DAY 1 : Split - Supetar - Pučišća (about 25 km by bike)
    Embarkation between 11am and 1pm. You will be welcomed by the crew and will move your luggage into the cabin. As the captain sets off, take advantage of lunch to meet your fellow passengers. You will dock in the town of Supetar, located north of the island of Brač and will start your bike ride. You will pass through two fishing villages, Splitska and Postira before reaching Pučišća - a town famous for its quarries and stonemasons. In fact, they were used to build the White House in Washington! Free time for dinner (not included) and overnight on board.

    DAY 2 : Pučišća - Pokrivenik - Sućuraj - Lovišta (about 32 km by bike)
    Breakfast and sailing to the island of Hvar. You'll anchor in the charming bay of Pokrivenik to start your ascent by bike. You will reach the small village of Sućuraj, where your boat awaits you for a well-deserved lunch. Set course for the Peljesac peninsula, with a stop-over in Lovišta. Nestled on the western tip of the peninsula, this small village where fishermen and winegrowers live is also known for its figs and almonds. Dinner of the captain (optional) and overnight on board.

    DAY 3 : Lovišta - Orebić - Trstenik (about 30 km by bike)
    This morning, you'll cycle along the wine route to reach Orebić. This seaside resort, built at the foot of Mount Saint-Elie (961 metres above sea level) saw its port prosper in the 17th century thanks to the arrival of many captains and merchant families. During your ascent, you will be able to admire Korčula. Free time for lunch (not included). You get on your bike again and ride through the vineyards and through the tunnel Dingač to Trstenik. Located at the end of a bay, Trstenik has a port specially designed for the export of the peninsula's wines. Dinner and overnight on board.

    DAY 4 : Trstenik - Mljet - Korčula (about 18 km by bike)
    Today you'll head for the island of Mljet, nicknamed the Green Island. This green national park is made up of two bays connected by a narrow passage, giving the impression of two saltwater lakes. Ride along the lakes to discover the Sainte-Marie islet and its old Benedictine monastery dating from the 12th century. You will take advantage of this quiet environment to make some refreshing swims. Lunch on board, then sail to Korčula. You will have some free time to explore this medieval town and climb the Revelin Tower. Free time for dinner (not included) and overnight on board.

    DAY 5 : Korčula - Vela Luka (about 55 km by bike)
    After a good breakfast, you'll set off your longest bike ride of the week! You'll climb up to the oldest village on the island, Pupnat, before descending a little further south, along beautiful bays with high-rising cliffs. You will also pass through some olive groves and take a break at Smokvica Square. Break for lunch (not included). Afterwards, you will have the opportunity to take a dip for a well-deserved moment of relaxation! You will then head back to Vela Luka for an arrival at the end of the day. Dinner and overnight on board.

    DAY 6 : Vela Luka - Hvar - Stari Grad (about 45 km by bike)
    The captain will take you to Hvar. Use your free time to go to St. Stephen's Square and admire its Gothic cathedral from the 16th century. While walking a little you will also discover the Renaissance-style Kazalist theatre and the arsenal. Take this opportunity to visit Stari Grad by bike. Here, you'll enjoy pleasant scents of lavender before returning to your boat for lunch. In the afternoon you will travel to Jelsa and Vrboska, the smallest town on the island of Hvar. Free time for dinner at Stari Grad (not included) and overnight on board.

    DAY 7 : Stari Grad - Stomorska - Split (about 36 km by bike)
    Morning departure in the direction of Šolta, then ascent by bike to the highest point of the island, the village Gornje Selo. Its height offers a breathtaking panoramic view. You continue your tour a little further west and stop in the village of Maslinica. You will return to the boat at the end of the morning for lunch. The crew will then set course for Split. Afternoon free to explore the city of the ancient Roman Emperor Diocletian and visit his splendid palace. Free time for dinner (not included) and overnight on board.
    DAY 8 : Split
    After breakfast, it's time to pack your bags and say goodbye. Disembarkation around 9:00 a.m.

    Please note : Boat and bike itineraries may be modified according to weather conditions and local requirements.

    The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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    Price includes

    • Accommodation in a double or twin cabin according to selection
    • Crew Services
    • Services of a professional guide during bike outings
    • Half-board: 7 breakfasts and 7 meals (lunch or dinner)
    • The Captain's Dinner*
    • Drinks: water, tea and coffe
    • Daily cabin cleaning*
    • Wifi connection (depending on navigation zones)
    • *Please note : depending on the boat model, these services may not be included and may be offered at an additional cost.

    Price does not include

    • Flights
    • Round trip transfers between the airport and the boat (optional)
    • Port taxes and mooring fees (mandatory): 60 € /person to be paid on spot
    • Entrance fee to the Mljet National Park (mandatory): 25 € / person to be paid on spot
    • Bike handling (mandatory): 20 € /person to be paid on spot
    • Beverages: juice and alcohol
    • Captain's dinner (optional): 30 € /person
    • Bike rental (110€ /week /person or 170€ /week /person for an e-bike)
    • Rental of a saddle bag: 14 € /week /person
    • Bicycle repair kit (personal)
    • Equipment for bike rides (backpack, raincoat, sunscreen...)
    • Beach towel: 10€ /person /towel
    • Discount for a 3rd adult in a triple cabin: -30%
    • Discount for children (under 10 years old): -50%
    • Supplement single

    Our customers' reviews of this boat

    4,1 · 8 reviews

    • 4

      Lovely Boat & Staff

      A wonderful trip on a great boat with lovely crew, food and accommodation was excellent, cycling a lot more difficult than everyone expected but cycle guides were first class and safety there number 1 priority.

    • 4

      RadKreuzfahrt durch die Inseln vor Split

      Unsere Reise war insgesamt sehr gut. Die Besatzung war sehr nett. Der Koch hat in seiner Kombüse alles gegeben und uns gut bekocht. Hervorheben möchte ich den Guide David, der uns hervorragend betreut hat und super über die örtlichen Gegebenheiten informiert ist. Er hat uns unglaublich viel Hintergrundwissen über die Inseln mitgeteilt. Das einzige Manko war die fast nicht funktionierende Schiebetür zum Badezimmer. Sie ist nur durch Anheben und Tricksen zu Bewegen gewesen. Wir haben das bemängelt und zur Antwort bekommen, das sei alles in Ordnung. Der Geruch aus dem Badezimmer war echt übel nach Moder. Wenn wir die Tür geschlossen haben war sie von außen fast nicht mehr zu öffnen. Deswegen gab es einen Punktabzug.

    • 5

      Nous tenions aussi à vous dire que nous avons vraiment été très satisfaits de nos échanges téléphoniques avec vous et bien sûr, des réponses que vous nous aviez faites.Merci encore .

    • 4

      Blaue Reise mit tollen Eindrücken, unvergesslich!

      Tolles Boot in einem tollen Zustand und sehr sauber und gepflegt. Sehr nette Crew! Tolle Route die individuell an die Wünsche der Passagiere angepasst wurde. Es wurden tollte Buchten und Häfen angefahren. Das 3-Gänge-Menü war deluxe.

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    Frequently asked questions

    • What documents do I need to travel to Croatia?

      All French nationals can enter freely with a valid national identity card or passport (for any stay of less than 30 days).

      Please note: National identity cards issued to adults between 1 January 2004 and 31 December 2013 will still be valid 5 years after the expiry date (indicated on the back). Nonetheless, we strongly recommend that you use a passport rather than an identity card that has expired.

      This information is subject to change due to the authorities of the country you are visiting. It is not unusual for border crossing rules to change. We therefore strongly advise you to refer to the "travel advice" section of the France diplomacy website: https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/conseils-aux-voyageurs/.
      Nationals of other countries should enquire about formalities at the consulate of their home country.
    • How is my transfer from the airport to the boat organized?

      The transfer can be arranged by your GlobeSailor consultant and your base manager by taxi or minibus. Payment for this service is usually made to GlobeSailor at the time of the balance payment or directly on site in cash. Don't forget to send your arrival times to your consultant.
    • Is everyone on board English-speaking?

      Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
      Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer multilingual service.
    • How are the meals on board the boat organized?

      During your cruise, you will benefit from the half-board package. The crew will prepare your meals using fresh local produce. Juices and alcoholic drinks are additional.
      Please check the terms and conditions of your quotation. Your consultant will be able to send you the menus proposed on board on request. Please inform us as soon as possible if you are allergic to certain foods or if you follow a specific diet.
    • How are the bike tours organized and conducted?

      The duration of the cycle routes is approximate, and depends on the conditions when you arrive. Itineraries may be changed due to weather conditions. Bike tours are usually done in the early morning after breakfast.

      Rental bikes can be rented (100€ per person per week / electric bike: 150€ per person per week). Please inform your GlobeSailor advisor when booking.

      If you bring your own bike, you will be asked to bring equipment including: shoes suitable for cycling, backpack, change of clothes, sun and rain protection.

      The owner is not responsible for any damage to the bikes during the rides or the transfer of the bike to the boat.
    • What is the schedule for the bike tours?

      Subject to good weather conditions, the planning of the rides will be as follows:

      DAY 1: Supetar - Pučišća
      Distance: 25 km
      Elevation: 380 m
      Highest point: 90 m
      Surfacing: asphalt road
      Level of difficulty: 2/5

      DAY 2: Pokrivenik - Sućraj
      Distance: 32 km
      Elevation: 450 m
      Highest point: 350 m
      Surfacing: paved road
      Level of difficulty: 3/5

      DAY 3: Lovišta/Kučišta - TrsteniK
      Distance: 45 km / 31 km
      Elevation: 800 m / 580 m
      Highest point: 411 m
      Surfacing: paved road
      Level of difficulty: 4/5

      DAY 4: Mljet National Park
      Distance: 18 km
      Elevation: 120 m
      Highest point: 45 m
      Pavement: 80% paved road and 20% tarmac
      Level of difficulty: 1/5

      DAY 5: Korčula - Pupnat - Smokvica - Prižba - Blato - Vela Luka
      Distance: 55 km
      Elevation: 750 m
      Highest point: 340 m
      Surfacing: paved road
      Level of difficulty: 4/5

      DAY 6 (morning): Hvar - Stari Grad
      Distance: 23 km
      Elevation: 450 m
      Highest point: 410 m
      Surfacing: paved road
      Level of difficulty: 3/5

      DAY 6 (afternoon): Stari Grad - Jelsa - Vrboska - Stari Grad
      Distance: 22 km
      Elevation: 110 m
      Highest point: 85 m
      Pavement: 85% paved road and 15% tarmac
      Level of difficulty: 1/5

      DAY 7: Stomorska - Maslinica
      Distance: 36 km
      Elevation: 450 m
      Highest point: 135 m
      Surfacing: paved road
      Level of difficulty: 2/5
    • What payments do I have to make to confirm my reservation?

      To confirm your booking, you must inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will make an option(hold) for you while you pay your deposit. The reservation will only be considered final once your deposit has been received (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card), from 30 to 50% of the amount of the reservation. A deposit of 100% will be required for any reservation made less than one month before departure. The balance is due 45 days before departure at the latest.
    • What happens in case of cancellation?

      If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 30%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.