E-Bike & Boat National Parks of Dalmatia Plus

8 days / 7 nights | from/to Trogir | Guided bike tours

up to 119 mi./190 km by e-bike level 1

Embark on a journey through the spectacular Dalmatian landscape by e-bike and onboard luxury ship. The famous national parks Krka and Kornati as well as the Telašćica Nature Park are just as much a highlight of this tour as the beautiful medieval old towns of Šibenik, Zadar and Trogir. The central Dalmatian island Dugi Otok is another highlight of the tour, offering incredible panoramic views over the sea and surrounding islands.

This trip is part of our Islandhopping Plus program, which combines active vacations with extreme comfort. On this tour, our elegant motor yacht, the Magellan, acts as your floating home for the week. The cabins are wonderfully spacious and lovingly furnished, the private bathrooms have both shower and toilet. There are plenty of places to sit or lie back and relax on deck while the communal salon offers a stylish area indoors to unwind and enjoy a drink.

Highlights of this bike and boat trip

The Cathedral of St. Jacob in Šibenik

The waterfalls of Krka National Park

Boat and Bike tour through spectacular national parks

Exploring spectacular Dalmatian landscapes

Itinerary 2024

Day 1 (Fri): Trogir (Embarkation) - Rogoznica

Individual arrival either by car to Trogir or by plane to Split Airport, located approximately 6km from Trogir Harbour. After checking in on the motor yacht between 2 and 2:30 pm in Trogir we head off on our first cruise at 3 pm to Rogoznica - a village on a small island that is connected to the mainland by a dam. Along the way we stop for a swim directly from the boat. Dinner and first night in Rogoznica. 

Day 2 (Sat): Rogoznica – Vodice – Slanica – Nature Park Telašcica (Cycling aprx. 17 mi./27 km)

In the morning, we sail to Vodice, a popular holiday resort. It is here that we begin our first cycling tour, crossing the bridge to the island of Murter before continuing on to the Slanica on the northwest of the island. Here we board the ship once more and sail towards Dugi Otok. On the way we pass through the Kornati National Park, an archipelago in crystal clear water, known for its rich marine life. Our destination is Telašćica Bay in the Telašćica Nature Park. In the late afternoon there is the opportunity to go for a short hike up to the impressive, white cliffs that fall steeply into the blue sea below. In the bay of Telascica we can spend the evening swimming from the boat and the night is spent in the peaceful setting of the Telascica Nature Park.

Day 3 (Sun): Island Dugi Otok – Zadar (Cycling aprx. 28 mi./45 km)

After breakfast we start our bike tour from the Telascica Nature Park, along the almost car-free island of Dugi Otok to the bay of Božava, surrounded by pine forests, agaves, and tamarisks. Along the way we can enjoy the spectacular panoramic views across the stunningly blue sea. We meet the ship in Božava and board for a crossing to Zadar, a city which for centuries was the political, cultural, and spiritual centre of Dalmatia. Once we arrive, there is the opportunity to take part in a walking tour during which you will find out all about this fascinating city while strolling through the winding alleys and the lively old town, characterised by 3,000 years of history. The night is spent in Zadar.

Day 4 (Mon): Zadar – Island Ugljan and Pašman - Vodice (Cycling aprx. 20.5 mi./33 km)

During breakfast the boat takes us to Preko on the island of Ugljan from where we will ride to Tkon on the island of Pašman. The two islands are connected by a bridge from which the first of the Kornati Islands can be seen. We cycle along the east coast of the island, constantly in vicinity of the sea with views of the mainland. Once we arrive in Tkon, we board the boat and cross over to Vodice, a populare Dalmatian holiday destination on the mainland where we will spend the night.

Day 5 (Tue) Vodice – Skradin – Krka Waterfalls (aprx. 22 mi./35 km)

Today’s cycling tour leads along varied roads through remote villages in the Dalmatian inland to the beautiful port of Skradin, located at the foot of the Krka Canyon. In the afternoon, we take a small boat to the Krka National Park where have plenty of time to explore the unique and truly spectacular Krka Waterfalls on foot. The night is spent in the postcard town of Skradin.

Day 6 (Wed) Skradin – Šibenik – Primošten

During breakfast the boat departs Skradin and makes its way down the Krka River back towards the sea and the city of Šibenik. Here we have time to explore the city, home to the Cathedral of St. Jacob, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the most beautiful sacral building on the Adriatic coast. Afterwards, we board the ship once more and enjoy a swim stop and lunch during our crossing to Primošten where we spend the night.

Day 7 (Thu): Primošten – Trogir (Cycling aprx. 28 mi./45 km)

In the morning our last bike tour for the week takes us from Primošten inland past rural villages to Trogir. Many magical views of the town and the island of Čiovo invite for short breaks and photo stops. In the afternoon we have the chance to stroll through the UNESCO world heritage city of Trogir. A cheerful evening meal on board the boat gives you time to celebrate the success of the week with fellow travelers and tour guides.

Day 8 (Fri): Trogir (Disembarkation)

After breakfast disembarkation until 9 am and individual trip home or extended stay in Croatia.



Please note: All cycling distances stated above are approximate only. 

Itinerary changes: We reserve the right to make changes to the planned route due to changing wind and weather conditions, and where required by organizational necessities. The tour can also been operated in reverse order.