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Have a cruising holiday and be active! Discover our active cruising route from Trogir

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Active cruise
means: sail, visit, be active and enjoy.
Would you like to have an active holiday and see a lot of spots in Croatia? you are at the right place. Choosing an active cruise in only 7 days you will be able to sail towards the most beautifal spots of middle and south Dalmatia (Pelješac, Mljet, Hvar, Korčula, Brač), do some biking and have Rafting on Cetina River. DOWNLOAD price list 2015.

through Central & South Dalmatia
1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
Highlights: Trogir, Split, Omiš (rafting), Makarska riviera, Pelješac, Island of Mljet, Korčula, Island of Hvar, Island of Brač, Trogir

What is included? 8-day cruise, according to program; half board according to the route description; snack at embarkation, Captain's Dinner, bicycle rental (helmet on request, please specify when booking); Guided bike tours according to the program; Guided tours according to the program; rafting on the Cetina River, wine tasting in Orebic , entrance to the National Park Mljet includes a boat ride to the island monastery; cappuccino in Korcula, entrance to the fortress Španjola in Hvar, Split city tour, city tour of Trogir


576,00 Euro

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"Active & Cappuccino" Cruise through Central & South Dalmatia1 week ex Trogir - departures on Saturdays
 After years of success of our “Island Hopping by Bicycle” and our Hiking cruises, we have decided to combine the two tours and add a twist of culture. Thus, we created a cruise, which could be best described as “active light”. The program – always accompanied by a guide – is perfect for all those who would like to spend their cruise time not only on the sun deck and in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, but still don’t want to participate in daily bike rides of 40 or 50 km or hours of hiking. A colourful mixture of sun, swimming, leisurely bike tours (approx. 6 up to 13 km), sightseeing tours, walks, short hikes and, as a highlight, an easy rafting trip. And of course there will be enough time to relax or to happily enjoy a cappuccino. Our “Active & Cappuccino” cruise is also ideal for families with children, because kid’s bicycles can be booked upon request. Following the motto “You can do it all – or just relax”, you can decide, which activities you wish to participate in, or if you prefer spending a day or more on board simply relaxing.
day description
Saturday From 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, boarding time in the port of Trogir, our bicycles are awaiting you already on board. Our representatives and guides will welcome you aboard with a drink and you will get to know the crew and the other passengers. After a lunch snack we weigh anchor and head towards one of the bays at the island of Čiovo, to take the first jump into the waters of the Adriatic Sea. After a long swimming break, we sail to Split, Croatia’s second largest city and the capital of Dalmatia. The 1700 year old city was built around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian; today it is protected by the UNESCO. After a city tour, we take a guided walk through the forest park Marjan, located on the homonymous mountain (178 m). Today it is a nature reserve, and there are more than 400 different protected plants. Dinner and overnight stay in the port of Split with its lively atmosphere of a Mediterranean metropolis.
After breakfast on board, we invite you for a cappuccino on the famous Riva of Split and watch the bustle of the promenade, before we cast off and head to the island of Brač, located just opposite Split. We drop the anchor in one of the numerous coves with crystal clear water and enjoy a pleasant dip. Lunch on board during the swimming break. The afternoon is reserved for the town of Bol, where we’ll find the most famous beach in Croatia – Zlatni Rat (the “Golden Horn”) – which extends approx. 300 m into the sea. It’s a natural phenomenon, because the tip of the beach is constantly changing its direction with ocean currents, and every few years – during the rare winter storms – the beach is entirely washed away; anyhow, two or three days later it will reappear in all its glory! After our arrival to Bol, you can take a short bike ride to the beach of Zlatni Rat and then go on to the Dominican monastery (approx. 6 km by bike). If you wish, we continue the ride to the village of Murvica, located west of Bol (approx. 10 km). You can have dinner in one of the restaurants in Bol, overnight stay in the little harbour.
On our trip to the island of Hvar, we will first take a swim in a cove on the islet of Zečevo. Then, we continue to the picturesque fishing village of Jelsa. After lunch on board, we ride by bicycle along the seaside to Vrboska and continue to Stari Grad, the oldest settlement on the island of Hvar (approx. 13 km). Stari Grad (the “Old Town”) was once known under the name “Pharos”, the capital of the island, but has lost its leadership centuries ago to the town of Hvar. Still, well maintained monuments bear witness of the splendour of those times, like the Palace Hektorović. Stari Grad has, however, kept its role as the centre of wine production on the island of Hvar, and every year at the end of September, long queues form outside the winery, where wine-makers hand over their grapes. Overnight stay in Stari Grad.
We sail around the north-western tip of the island of Hvar towards the homonymous capital of the island. After a guided walk through the city, we’ll take a 20-minute climb to the fortress “Španjola”. From here, we enjoy the unique view over the old town of Hvar and on the offshore islands “Pakleni otoci”. We return to the boat, and during lunch we head towards the island of Korčula. In the fishing village of Račišće we unload the bikes from the deck to ride along the shore to the town of Korčula (approx. 13 km). Korčula has one of the most beautiful old towns in Dalmatia, and because of its fortress-like appearance it is often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik”. In antiquity, because of its vast pine forests, the island was also called the “Black Island”. Overnight stay in the native town of the famous mariner and explorer Marco Polo.
After breakfast we leave Korčula and cruise to the island of Mljet. Part of the island was declared a national park – two saltwater lakes (in the larger of the two there is a small island with a former monastery) are connected only by a narrow channel to the sea. We moor in the small port of Pomena, just a few steps away from the entrance to the national park. After lunch on board, you can choose whether you want to explore the national park by bicycle or on foot, on one of the many hiking trails. The tour price also includes a boat trip across the big lake to the monastery island. We recommend that you bring your bathing suit, since the temperature of the salt water lakes is always 2°C above the temperature of the sea. After visiting the national park, we enter a deserted bay for the night. In this idyll the Captain’s Dinner will be served in the evening.
We head back north and moor in Orebić on the peninsula of Pelješac. Pelješac is the second largest Croatian peninsula, well-known as the producing area of famous wines such as Postup and Dingač. Orebić is the main centre of the peninsula and is located at the foot of the mountain Sveti Ilija (961 m). After a tour through the town, we walk to the Franciscan convent from the 16th century, 152 meters above sea level. From here there are panoramic views over the sea and the opposite island of Korčula. After lunch on board, in Orebić we will enjoy wine tasting, to convince you of the quality of the wines from the Pelješac peninsula. Again, we hoist the anchor, cruising along the peninsula to the north-west, past the south-eastern end of the island of Hvar and then sail to the mainland. Our destination is the Makarska Riviera, known for its gorgeous beaches of fine gravel, which here, punctuated by short sections of rock, string together like a pearl necklace. Overnight stay in Brela, Baška Voda or Makarska.
Friday During breakfast, we sail to Omiš, a small town at the estuary of the river Cetina. In thousands of years the river Cetina shaped a canyon and created bizarre formations in the stone of the riverbed. The crystal clear water, the high cliffs – up to 180 m –, the waterfalls and lakes offer sights of an unspoilt nature.  By bike we ride inland, through the river canyon.  We ride along the Cetina to the mills “Radmanove Mlinice”. After a short break and a visit of the mills, we return to Omiš and load our bikes on deck (about 13 km). A minibus takes us to the starting point of today’s rafting trip, the village of Pavića Most. Of course, before starting our rafting tour and after an energy snack, we will receive the appropriate equipment, and inflatable boats will be steered by experienced skippers. The rafting trip will last approx. 3 hours and take us downriver to the mills “Radmanove Mlinice”. Transfer to Omiš. Those who do not wish to participate in the rafting trip will have opportunity to stroll through the town of Omiš, or to unwind in one of the cafés in the old town. During a late lunch we will continue by boat to Trogir, the starting point of our journey. The old town of Trogir is protected by the UNESCO and is therefore called the “Museum City”. It is quite an experience walking through the winding streets in the afternoon or evening, admiring the impressive walls, towers, churches, frescoes and ceilings, or every now and then just take a look into the old yards.
Saturday  After breakfast, around 9:00 am, disembarkation.
Note: Although the itinerary is following the motto “You can do it all – or just relax”, and you can decide which activities you wish to participate in, a refund of unused services cannot be applied.

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