By Boat: Opatija to Krk. By Bike: 16km from Krk town to Punat and back to Krk, Difficulty: 2/5 You’ll arrive in Opatija and enjoy lunch before we depart for the first leg of the journey, which takes you to Krk Island, a historic and cultural hub in Croatia. From here, you’ll start your first ride of the trip, which will take you on a 16km route to the village of Punat and back. Once you’ve returned from your scenic journey through the towns and along the coast, you’ll have ample time to relax and enjoy a refreshing swim before spending the night on board.
By Boat: Krk Coastal tour. By Bike: 36km from City of Krk to Dobrinj, Vrbnik and Punat or Krk town, Difficulty: 4/5 On day two you’ll cycle the 36km route around the island of Krk, first taking you through fragrant and exotic wild vegetation and orchards of fig trees to Dobrinj village. From there, you’ll cycle through a valley of picturesque vineyards and head north until you reach the small town of Vrbnik, built on a tall rock precipice. Take some time to enjoy Vrbnik and be sure to sample the wine that made it famous before continuing to the port of Punat, a small town which is home to one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. Dinner and the overnight stay will be on board at the port.
By Boat: Krk Island to Lopar and Rab. By Bike: 22km from Lopar to Barbat and Rab, followed by an optional 21km from Rab to Kalifront Peninsula snd back to Rab. Difficulty 3/5 The ship will make its way to Lopar on the island of Rab while you enjoy breakfast on board and prepare for your next day of cycling, which takes you to one of the only sand beaches in the island group. From there, you’ll make your way inland, passing Supetarska Draga with its spray of uninhabited surrounding islands. The last leg of the morning takes you to Rab, where you can see its four famous bell towers. Enjoy lunch on board in Rab port and take some time out to soak up the charming Mediterranean atmosphere. For those with more energy, you can cycle on to Dundo, home to one of the best-preserved forests in the Mediterranean. Marvel at the ancient Holm oak trees before making your way back to Rab, where you’ll overnight in port.
By Boat: Rab to Tovarnele, Novalja, Mandre and Ilovik. By Bike: 22km from Tovarnele to Novalja, followed by an optional 13km to Mandre. Difficulty: 3/5 A short morning cruise takes you to the beautiful island of Pag, where your journey continues; taking you first to the village of Lun - famously home to thousand-year-old olive trees. At your next stop, Novalja, you’ll be able to choose between returning to the ship, and continuing your cycling journey to Madre. Whatever you decide, make sure you visit one of the local konoba taverns for a sample of their famous home-made Pag cheese. Back in Madre, we complete our cruise for the day by heading to Ilovik Island, where we’ll enjoy dinner and spend the night.
By Boat: Ilovik to Mali Losinj. By Bike: 21km from Ilovik Island & M.Losinj to Cikat, Veli Losinj and Mali Losinj. Difficulty: 2/5 We cruise to the tiny island of Molat, dotted with secluded coves, sunbathed beaches and quaint restaurants. You’ll cycle through this lush paradise, passing through the centre of the island and along the coast to the village of Zapuntel where you’ll be met by the ship. You’ll have lunch on board before we depart for Losinj Island, where you’ll complete the last leg of your cycling for the day from here to the village of Veli Losinj. There will be time to visit some of the many beautiful bays where impressive reefs are visible beneath the water, and the beaches are lined with longstanding pine trees. We will spend the night in Mali Losinj, where you can enjoy the cafés and restaurants of this colourful town.
By Boat: Mali Losinj to Osor, Martinscica and Cres. By Bike: 24mk from Mali Losinj to Osor. Difficulty 2/5. Alternatively: Additional 21km to Martinscica. Difficulty 4/5 You’ll have breakfast on board before setting off to cycle through a shady stretch of pine and laurel trees to your first stop in Osor village, a village famous for the sculptures scattered around its centre. For those who would like to relax, you can return to the ship and have a leisurely afternoon. For the more energetic, there’s a challenging 21km cycle to Martinscica, home to ancient forts and impressive Romanesque churches. We then depart from Martinscica for Cres, where you’ll enjoy dinner and spend the night.
By Boat: Cres to Moscenicka Draga and Opatija. By Bike: 20km from Moscenicka Draga to Brsec and Moscenicka Draga. Difficulty 2/5. Alternatively: an additional 30km over St Jelena Mountain. Difficulty 4/5 Enjoy a relaxing breakfast while we cruise towards Moscenicka Draga on the Opatija Riviera, where your day of cycling will begin. Enjoy the spectacular scenery from high up on the coastal road as you make your way to Brsec, a town which sits impressively on a tall mantle of limestone, high above the sea. From here, you can choose to cycle back to the ship and enjoy your afternoon at leisure, or join the guide on the road less travelled for a challenge that will reward you with panoramic views from St. Jelena hill. Once the day’s cycling is complete, lunch will be served on board as we cruise to Opatija. Here, the evening is yours to explore the city. We recommend taking a sunset walk along the promenade, and watching the ocean turn to fire. You’ll also be spoiled for choice with the selection of restaurants and bountiful, aromatic Mediterranean cuisine. We overnight in Opatija.
Enjoy a last early breakfast before you bid farewell to your captain and crew, and prepare to depart.
Hire Bike 100 Euros per person per week.
7 night cruise with half board service (breakfast & 3 course lunch or dinner – according to daily activities), 1 L of water daily.
VISITOR’S TAX & PORT FEES ARE NOT INCLUDED (Paid Locally) EUR 25.- per person per week
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Join us for a guided cycling experience like no other. Enjoy seven days of adventure and discovery, cycling along panoramic coastlines, beaches, vineyards and through historic towns. There’s also plenty of time for you to relax in the turquoise ocean, discover local history and spoil yourself with local wines and unbelievable cuisine; the ultimate way to experience the Mediterranean.