Croatia can be explored by bike and boat Croatia can be explored by bike and boat

Croatia by bike and boat

Cruising onboard a traditional sailing vessel and discovering by bike unknown byways and villages, are two of the best ways to explore the Croatian coast and islands of Dalmatia according to A Walker’s World.
The most popular section is between Dubrovnik and Split, two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Ships take around 30 passengers and are 25 to 30 metres, small enough to negotiate the narrow channels and tiny coves.  
Cycling is on little used roads through olive groves, vineyards, and orchards past castle ruins, churches and small hamlets tucked in coves.

The daily routine is a morning bike ride while the ship cruises to another harbour to meet bikers at lunchtime. Rides average between 12 and 30 kms on undulating terrain. Electric bikes can be reserved to take the sweat out of the climbs and guests can choose to skip a ride and cruise with the ship instead.  
Clients can combine this with a week-long coach tour of the cultural highlights and landscapes of Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina and Serbia to complete an overall orientation of these Baltic countries.  
A package deal with Singapore Airlines is available for bookings up to 26 November.

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