Immerse yourself in stunning landscapes and unique wildlife as you cycle and explore ancient towns
Experience the refreshing and crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea with invigorating swims
Savor the exquisite flavors of Croatian cuisine, from fresh seafood to the world-famous Pag lamb and cheese
Unwind in modern and comfortable cabins on our premium ships
Learn about Croatia’s rich history and culture — from the Roman ruins to medieval churches
Embark on your exciting adventure, starting with a delicious lunch onboard as we sail towards Cres. Once we arrive, we’ll begin our scenic cycling tour, taking in the stunning views of Cres Island‘s rugged and untamed wilderness. We’ll visit the ancient town of Beli and cross the 45th parallel before heading back to Cres for an overnight stay.
E-Bike: Length 27 km | Altitude difference: 520 m | Required time: 2h 30 min
Start your day with a delicious breakfast before cycling towards Mali Lošinj, passing the stunning Vrana Lake and the charming old town of Osor. Once we arrive, we’ll enjoy a mouth-watering lunch onboard and spend the afternoon exploring the town’s museums and island gardens before settling for the night in Mali Lošinj.
E-Bike: Length 56 km Altitude difference 710 m Required time 5h
Pedal through Lošinj, famous for its coastal pine forest, and stop at the top of the island, Sveti Ivan, for breathtaking views. Afterward, we’ll sail to the stunning island of Pag, known for its unique lunar-like surface and incredible lamb meat and cheese. Spend the night on Pag Island.
E-bike: Length 42 km Altitude difference 720 m Required time 4h
Explore the charming town of Pag after breakfast, passing by the Pag salt pans before returning for a delicious lunch onboard. Spend the afternoon relaxing, swimming, or exploring the area. Premium and Premium Superior guests can enjoy the captain’s dinner in the evening.
Breakfast, Lunch, Captain’s dinner
E-bike: Length 66 km Altitude difference 600 m Required time 6h
Cycle through the scenic Kolan field before reaching Novalja and continuing through a landscape of sheep pastures and ancient olive groves towards the Tovarnele port. Enjoy lunch onboard before cruising towards Rab Island, where we’ll spend the night.
E-bike: Length 34 km Altitude difference 350 m Required time 3h
Begin your day by cycling through the exceptional island of Rab, where you’ll have the opportunity to explore the Dundo forest, the largest holm oak forest in the Mediterranean. Return to Rab for lunch onboard, and then consider the optional cycling route to the island’s highest point, which offers a panoramic view of the entire Kvarner Bay. After that, you’ll cruise towards Krk, the last island on this tour, where you’ll spend the night.
E-bike: Length 45km Altitude difference 660 m Required time 4h
Cycle through the charming “golden island” of Krk, which is still heavily populated and a popular summer destination due to its bridge connection to the mainland and proximity to industrial centers. After your morning cycling tour, head to Njivice to board the vessel for a cruise toward Opatija. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore many impressive monuments, well-manicured parks, and magnificent villas. Enjoy your evening and overnight stay in Opatija, as it is your last night.
E-bike: Length 38km Altitude difference 530 m Required time 4h
Wake up early for your last breakfast on board and take your time packing your bags before bidding farewell to the crew. It’s time to check out and depart from Opatija, but your unforgettable journey exploring the Adriatic coast will stay with you forever.
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7 nights / 8 days in DBL or TWN cabin
Three course lunches OR dinners (7 meals)
Captain’s dinner on board (1x)
Professional English/German speaking bike guide onboard
Daily cabin service*
Mid-week fresh set of towels and bed linen*
Olive oil and wine tasting on board*
Afternoon tea and coffee*
Visitor’s tax and port fees (60€/person/cruise) – OBLIGATORY SUPPLEMENT
Bike handling (10€/person/week) – OBLIGATORY SUPPLEMENT
Hop on your e-bike and prepare for a week of exploring Croatia, where the allure of the Adriatic Sea meets the enchantment of Croatian islands. Perfect for people passionate about staying active during their holidays, this tour lets you work just the right amount to feel that sense of achievement.
Our journey begins in the picturesque town of Opatija and takes you to the mesmerizing island of Pag, unveiling Croatia’s most awe-inspiring locations. You’ll pedal through verdant pine forests alongside ancient salt pans that date back over 2000 years and ascend to the highest peak on the island of Rab for a panoramic view of the breathtaking Kvarner Bay.
During the tour, you’ll have the chance to explore the largest holm oak forest in the Mediterranean, the captivating Dundo forest, and marvel at the preserved marine fossils and shells embedded within the island’s rocky sandstones.
Of course, no cycling holiday is complete without indulging in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, basking in the sun, and savoring delectable local cuisine at nearby restaurants. Throughout the journey, our comfortable boat provides a delightful retreat to relax and unwind.
Our expert guides and top-notch equipment allow you to immerse yourself in the incredible Croatian landscapes worry-free. With a half-board service and cozy cabins, all you need to do is enjoy the ride and take in the beauty surrounding you.
Are you prepared for the e-bike tour in Croatia of a lifetime? Join us aboard our boat and put your e-bike to work!
Self-guided cycling tours offer a customizable and adaptable way to enjoy a cycling vacation, giving you the freedom to explore at your own speed and adjust your path or timetable as desired. Our dedicated team handles all the logistical arrangements, such as lodging, detailed schedules, GPS directions, and round-the-clock assistance, ensuring a hassle-free, engaging adventure that emphasizes autonomy, personalization, and genuine interactions with the local community.
Our tours are categorized into three difficulty levels: leisurely, moderate, and challenging. Although each may include both easier and more demanding days, our rating system reflects the average difficulty level for a typical day.
Leisurely tours take place primarily on flat, paved cycling paths, asphalt roads, or easy gravel tracks, and they are suitable for all fitness levels.
Moderate tours may include some uphill climbs or technically more demanding terrain, but they are manageable for individuals of average fitness.
Challenging tours entail either long distances and numerous climbs or technical terrain, possibly featuring downhill sections requiring proficiency with a mountain bike.
We are dedicated to finding the ideal lodging for you. We collaborate with various lodging establishments that meet our criteria, but their availability can fluctuate, particularly during peak seasons. We can also personalize your vacation based on your preferences and financial constraints, ensuring we locate the best possible option that suits your taste.
We advise that you make your reservation as soon as feasible. Numerous routes pass through heavily frequented tourist areas where lodging choices may be restricted. Often, the most desirable accommodations get reserved for the summer season before spring even arrives.
Especially our bike and boat tours get sold out really quickly, as the boats can only accommodate a certain amount of people.
The ability to accommodate dietary restrictions varies depending on their severity. In Croatia, vegetarian meals are generally available, but finding vegan options in rural areas or smaller towns may be difficult. Additionally, please be aware that lunch breaks frequently take place at conventional establishments that may have difficulty accommodating special requests outside their standard menu. We recommend that you take this into account during your journey. The boats usually offer vegan and vegetarian options.
The best season for cycling in Croatia is generally from April to June and September to October. During these months, the weather is mild, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius, and the crowds are smaller than during the peak summer season. July and August can be hot and crowded, making cycling more challenging. However, if you are comfortable with higher temperatures and busy areas, you may still enjoy cycling during this time. Winter months can be quite cold and wet, making cycling less desirable. Therefore, the best time for cycling in Croatia is during the spring and fall seasons.
Most of our tours can take place even in light rain, as long as you dress suitably. During the summer months in Croatia, it’s typically hot and sunny, with temperatures ranging from 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. However, it’s not uncommon to experience occasional thunderstorms, particularly in the afternoons. Therefore, we recommend starting your day early to avoid the midday heat and potential storms. In the event of particularly severe or unfavorable weather conditions, we will do our best to adjust the tour beforehand to make it safe and enjoyable for you.
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