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National Parks Dalmatia: Boat & Bike

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Dalmatia - experience nature and culture

This cruise by bike & boat to the national parks of Dalmatia takes you to the green areas of Croatia. On this comparatively easy tour you will experience breathtaking landscapes and sparsely populated islands. With your ship, you will sail comfortably through the Krka Fjord almost to the spectacular waterfalls in the Krka National Park. You will cross the beautiful Kornati National Park, in which countless small islands lie side by side. In addition to the beautiful nature experiences, you will also learn a lot about the culture and the historic past of the area and visit the most important architectural monuments in northern Dalmatia.

Your ship: premium ship San Snova

The wooden motor yacht San Snova was launched in spring 2009 exclusively for the island hopping cruises. The comfortably furnished guest cabins have a tasteful interior as well as air conditioning and shower/toilet. The wood-panelled saloon exudes a cozy atmosphere, which is underlined by the high-quality wooden furniture on the outer decks and a spacious sunbathing area on the sun deck. The crew of the San Snova attaches great importance to a sparkling clean appearance of the ship and genuine cordiality on board. Come on board and enjoy the incomparable atmosphere of this special wooden ship.

1. day Arrival Trogir - Rogoznica

You travel individually by car to Trogir or by plane to Split. After checking in between 2:00 and 2:30 p.m., the ship departs and takes you to Rogoznica, where you spend the first night.

2. day Rogoznica - Primošten - Šibenik - Skradin 20 km

After breakfast you start your day with a bike tour to Primošten. Here you will meet your motor yacht again, which will take you to the town of Šibenik. The Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea very close by. In Šibenik you will visit the famous cathedral and the picturesque old town before you set off again and continue through the lower course of the Krka to Skradin

3. day Krka National Park - Vodice 20 km

Today you explore the most famous part of the Krka National Park with its unique waterfalls by excursion boat and on foot. In the early afternoon you board the San Snova again and sail into the port of Vodice. In the afternoon you go on a leisurely bike tour on the Dalmatian mainland.

4. day Vodice - island of Murter - Nature Park Telašćica 27 km

The morning starts with a bike ride to the island of Murter, which is connected to the mainland by a lifting bridge. You cycle through two old coastal towns and get back on board. Afterwards, take a drive through the Kornati National Park. Enjoy the view of the crystal clear water, which is known for its diverse underwater world. Arriving at your destination in Telašćica, take an evening stroll through the nature park along the island's impressive cliffs

5. day Island Dugi Otok - Zadar 25 km

After breakfast you cycle from the Telašćica Nature Park on a panoramic road across the island. The views of the neighboring islands lying in the deep blue shimmering sea offer excellent photo opportunities. Your ship is waiting for you in Savar to take you to Zadar. Zadar has been the political, cultural and spiritual center of Dalmatia for centuries. Here your guide will lead you through the alleys of the old town. Discover 3000 years of history, the fortress wall with the defense towers, the loggia and the early Romanesque basilica of St. Donatus.

6. day Island of Ugljan and Pašman - Primošten 33 km

During breakfast your ship will take you to the island of Ugljan on the Zadar Canal. Today's program is to explore the two islands of Ugljan and Pašman. Both islands are connected by a bridge. You always cycle along the coast and enjoy the beautiful views of the sea and the opposite mainland. In the afternoon you continue by ship to Primošten and end the day with a swim in the sea.

7. day Island Šolta - Trogir 15 km

Your ship departs in the morning and takes you to the island of Šolta. The streetscape is characterized by walled fields, countless olive groves, carob and fig trees. But the island is not only a pleasure for the eyes: the smell of rosemary is in the air, a wonderful silence reigns on the island. You cycle the last few kilometers to the village of Grohote, deeply relaxed. At noon you board for the last crossing and drive back to Trogir. In the evening you still have enough time to stroll through the medieval old town. Traditionally, the last evening before disembarkation is celebrated as a cheerful get-together of the guests and the crew and tour guide.

8. day Depart Trogir

After breakfast at 09:00 in the morning your beautiful journey ends with disembarkation.

This tour takes place in parallel with mountain bike tours on the San Snova. There is a tour guide on board for both groups, so that you can ride independently of the mountain bikers on your trekking tour.

prices & services

National Parks Dalmatia: Boat & Bike
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Individual tours: Here you decide when and with whom you would like to travel. We provide you with detailed tour documents and practical planning tips, and you enjoy our all-in, worry-free package with separate luggage transport throughout your tour.

Guided tours: You can simply get on your bike and enjoy a group holiday (8–20 participants). Your tour guide will take care of everything, and your luggage will be transported separately.

8 days
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This overview shows you the grade of difficulty for our tours:

easy: Very relaxed cycling in mostly flat terrain.
beginners-intermediate: Easy cycling, pushing the bike now and then.
moderate: for people in a general good shape, a few stretches across more difficult terrain, or pushing the bike.
difficult: For experienced bikers, several tracks in hilly terrain.

In the case of our original Velociped tours, we are the tour operator. We organise and accompany these tours personally.

So that you have an even bigger selection to choose from, we also cover additional routes in collaboration with long-standing partners. With these Velociped partner tours, we are the tour broker.

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Minimum number of participants
Velociped can withdraw from the tour twenty-one days before the starting date of the tour, at the latest, in case the minimum number of participants stated under the tour description is not attained. You will duly be informed without any delay in case of a withdrawal. Velociped will of course refund the paid tour price immediately. Please note our General Terms and Conditions.

prices 2023

Prices are per person.

Season 1

21.04. – 05.05.2023


Category B: smaller, family-run inns and hotels

Category A: Comfortable middle-class hotels

Cat. Charme: hotels with a special ambience

For bike & boat trips you will find facility details on cabins and shared rooms in the tour description.

Prices are per person.

Cabin lower deck
Double room 1.390,00 €
Single room 1.890,00 €
Cabin upper deck
Double room 1.590,00 €
Single room 2.090,00 €

Season 2

19.05. – 30.06.2023


Category B: smaller, family-run inns and hotels

Category A: Comfortable middle-class hotels

Cat. Charme: hotels with a special ambience

For bike & boat trips you will find facility details on cabins and shared rooms in the tour description.

Prices are per person.

Cabin lower deck
Double room 1.490,00 €
Single room 1.990,00 €
Cabin upper deck
Double room 1.690,00 €
Single room 2.190,00 €

Season 3

18.08. – 01.09.2023


Category B: smaller, family-run inns and hotels

Category A: Comfortable middle-class hotels

Cat. Charme: hotels with a special ambience

For bike & boat trips you will find facility details on cabins and shared rooms in the tour description.

Prices are per person.

Cabin lower deck
Double room 1.590,00 €
Single room 2.090,00 €
Cabin upper deck
Double room 1.790,00 €
Single room 2.290,00 €


80,00 €
electric bike
180,00 €

bookable additional services

Secure long-term parking in Trogir (€50.00, payable on site/ car up to 6m)
0,00 €
Travel services
  • 8-day cruise on a crewed motor yacht
  • 7 nights in the booked cabin
  • 2 x full board and 5 x half board
  • Guided bike tours and visits according to the program
  • Overview maps for the individual cycling stages on board
  • Group entry to national parks
  • bed linen and towels
  • German and English speaking tour guide
  • Flat rate for local taxes


worth knowing

Worth knowing about the trip National Parks Dalmatia

Below you will find specific information about the trip National Parks Dalmatia with the MS San Snova. If you have any further questions about this trip, simply give us a call: Tel.: +49 (0)6421 - 886890.

Arrival by plane

Arriving by plane is the fastest, often cheapest and most comfortable way to get to Trogir. When booking your flight, please note that flights that land after 2:00 p.m. should only be booked in consultation with us. The nearest airport is Split (SPU). It is only 6 km away from the port in Trogir. To get from Split airport to the port in Trogir, we recommend using a taxi. A taxi ride costs around 20 euros. You can also use the regular bus number 37, which leaves right in front of the airport building towards Trogir and takes about 15 minutes. A bus ticket costs about 2.50 euros.

We can also organize a transfer for you from Split airport to Trogir port and back (price on request and only on embarkation/disembarkation day).

If you cannot find a suitable flight to Split, you have the option of flying to Dubrovnik or Zadar as an alternative, from where we can offer you an individual transfer (on request). You can research and book flight offers at, or

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Arriving by car

Munich - Salzburg (130 km), Salzburg - Villach (180 km), Villach - Ljubljana (100 km), Ljubljana - Rijeka (130 km): Motorway behind Ljubljana to the Kozina exit, then continue on the country road to Rijeka. From Rijeka to Trogir: along the main road to Senj, there turn towards the motorway to Split (300 km, approx. 5 hours).

Parking options in Trogir:

In Trogir, we will be happy to organize a secure parking space for you on a private property near the port upon prior notification. Parking costs 50 euros per week, payable locally upon arrival. Please reserve the parking space in good time before you start your journey. Please note: There is no insurance in Croatia that insures your vehicle against theft and burglary in the parking spaces provided by us. Damage of this kind is only covered by the local comprehensive insurance. If you have booked a parking space, ask one of the tour guides at the ships when you arrive. He will guide you to a guide who will drive ahead of your car, guiding you safely to the parking lot. After you have parked your car, the pilot will take you back to the ship in his car.


The tour is one of the lighter bike+boat tours in Croatia. The daily stages of 15 - 33 km lead through hilly and mountainous terrain (approx. 200 - 400 m ascent per day) and are cycled without time pressure. Steeper gradients only have to be overcome occasionally, but pushing them is definitely allowed. The roads are mostly paved and rarely used outside of the holiday season.

Decide for yourself every day whether you want to cycle individually (i.e. alone) according to information and maps or join one of the two tour guides or individual participants. Instead of a bike tour, you can also spend half or a whole day bathing on the ship. Helmets are compulsory on our bike tours. Please bring your own well fitting helmet. A limited number of rental helmets are available on the ships (pre-registration required).

On this trekking bike tour, the guided group pace is based on the trekking cyclists. If you rent an e-bike on a trekking tour, you are asked to be considerate of those who ride without electronic support. Trekking riders need more time and breaks when riding uphill. 

Available rental bikes

There are 24-speed trekking bikes available as women's (medium step-up) and men's bikes, as well as unisex electric bikes with 11-speed derailleur gears and a low step-through step, or somewhat sportier unisex 9-speed hybrid e-bikes with a slightly higher step-through step.

The bikes are each equipped with an Ortlieb pannier.


The accompanying cook is a member of the crew and prepares an extensive breakfast and one or two warm meals every day. It starts with dinner on embarkation day and ends with breakfast on disembarkation day. Depending on the course of the tour, one or the other lunch meal can also consist of a packed lunch. One meal a day is taken ashore and is not included in the tour price.


Basically, we are of the opinion that only children with good stamina and a minimum age of 10 years can complete the bike tours on their own. Please note that rental bikes can only be provided from a height of 1.20 m. For children under the age of 16 there is also a legal obligation to wear a helmet in Croatia. Children's helmets cannot be borrowed.


Due to different wind and weather conditions as well as organizational needs, we reserve the right to change the route.

Taking your own e-bikes

It is not possible to take your own e-bike with you due to safety regulations on the ships and to protect the health of the tour guide. If you would like to ride an e-bike, we are happy to offer it to you for booking.

Extra costs that are not included in the tour price

Flat rate for drinking water on board and on the bike tours (payable on site to the captain): 25 euros per adult or 15 euros per child up to and including 16 years.

Drinks on board, meals and drinks ashore, entrance fees to attractions, tips for crew and guide

Passport and visa requirements, health regulations

For EU citizens, there are no special passport or visa requirements and no health formalities to be considered for this trip.

Corona travel information:
Before booking your trip, please inform yourself about the measures in place to contain the Corona pandemic.

An up-to-date overview of applicable measures and travel and safety advice regarding Covid-19 for all countries in the EU and Switzerland can be found here:

You can also find more information on our website at:
Corona virus and holiday planning

Travel insurance

The tour price already includes the statutory insolvency insurance. In addition, we recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance upon receipt of your travel confirmation in order to protect yourself against financial disadvantages in the event of travel cancellation, interruption of travel, illness or accident.

tour highlights


Trogir - eine wahre Perle an der Küste Dalmatiens! Im historischen Stadtkern befinden sich viele historische Bauwerke und die Altstadt zählt zum UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe.



Das wunderschöne Insel Rogoznica in Kroatien ist eine wahre Perle an der Riviera von Sibenik.
Sie ist bekannt für ihre atemberaubenden Strände, das kristallklare Wasser und die entspannte Atmosphäre.
Die Insel verfügt über einen der bekanntesten und sichersten Häfen der Adria, der aufgrund seiner Verbindung mit dem Festland leicht zugänglich ist, und einen winzigen Salzsee, der als"Drachenauge" bekannt ist und zu den natürlichen Attraktionen der Insel gehört.



Die kroatische Küstenstadt Sibenik in Dalmatien, bekannt für ihre zahlreichen Nationalparks, wie den Park Krka, für ihre Festungen und Inseln, ist ein wahres Juwel der kroatischen Adriaküste.
Außer den zahlreichen Sakralbauten wie die Kathedrale des Heiligen Jakob, den Palästen sowie den engen und verwinkelten Straßen, besticht der alte Stadtkern auch durch seinen sehenswürdigen Stadtplatz der Republik Kroatien.


Nationalpark Krka

Der Nationalpark Krka in Kroatien ist eine wahre Naturschönheit mit Wasserfällen, die kaskadenartig durch die bewaldete Landschaft fließen, versteckte Pfade und kleine Inselchen, die inmitten des namensgebenden Flusses liegen. Entlang der Krka und der Seen findet man viele alte Festungsruinen, Mühlen und einige Klöster. Hervorzuheben ist das Franziskanerkloster auf der Insel Visovac. Die ca. 1 ha große Insel wurde teilweise künstlich aufgeschüttet.

Nationalpark Krka

Nationalpark Kornaten

Der Nationalpark Kornaten ist eine Inselgruppe mit 89 unbewohnten Inseln, Inselchen und Riffen, die für ihre hohen Klippen bekannt sind. Dies ist die am stärksten gegliederte Inselgruppe im Mittelmeerraum. Der Nationalpark befindet sich im nördlichen Teil Dalmatiens, südwestlich der Stadt Zadar und und besticht durch die Ausblicke auf das Labyrinth aus Meer und Inseln.

Nationalpark Kornaten

Dugi Otok

Dugi Otok, die "lange Insel", ist die größte Insel Norddalmatiens. Die etwa 44 Kilometer lange und höchstens fünf Kilometer breite bergige Insel ist mit ihren einsamen Badebuchten und der herrlichen Unterwasserwelt ein Paradies für Taucher und alle, die ihren Urlaub ruhig und erholsam verbringen möchten. Naturliebhaber zieht es zur Hauptattraktion von Dugi Otok, dem Telascica-Naturpark, der den gesamten Südzipfel der Insel inklusive der vorgelagerten kleinen Eilande einnimmt. Die atemberaubenden schroffen Kalkfelsen an der Steilküste des Naturparks erinnern an den legendären Sirenengesang, doch sind es hier die wunderschönen Buchten, die Seefahrer, Taucher und Badefrösche zugleich anziehen. Auch der von Kiefern umgebene Mir-Salzsee mit seiner unberührten Natur und den vielen seltenen Tieren und Pflanzen ist ein lohnendes Ausflugsziel bei einer Entdeckungstour entlang der Telascica-Bucht und ihres Hinterlandes.

Insel Dugi Otok


Mit seinen römischen und venezianischen Ruinen in der auf einer Halbinsel gelegenen Altstadt, Kunstinstallationen und weißen Sandständen zählt Zadar zu den besonderen Städten an der Dalmatinischen Küste Kroatiens. Die einzigartige Altstadt mit ihrer 3.000-Jahre alten Geschichte begeistert vor allem mit unzähligen historischen Gebäuden und den zahlreichen bedeutenden Sehenswürdigkeiten, die es zu erkunden gibt. Das romanische Forum, die berühmte Meeresorgel und die prächtige Kathedrale sind nur ein paar der Highlights im Stadtzentrum.



Die malerische Gemeinde Primošten gehört zu einem der beliebtesten Urlaubsorte Kroatiens. Das ehemalige Fischerdorf begeistert mit einer romantischen Altstadt, den vielen interessanten Sehenswürdigkeiten und großartigen Ausflugsmöglichkeiten, sowie Aktivitäten in der Umgebung von Primošten. Bei einem Spaziergang entlang der malerischen Uferpromenade genießt man ein unvergleichliches Ambiente und findet gleichzeitig leckere Restaurants, Bäckereien und bunte Geschäfte. Aber auch die Strände von Primošten sind ein Highlight und bestechen durch ihr kristallklares Wasser.


Insel Šolta

Die Insel Solta fasziniert mit traumhaft schönen Naturlandschaften, aber auch mit zauberhaften Ortschaften sowie Sehenswürdigkeiten an der Küste, und im Inselinneren. Die sanfte Hügellandschaft von Solta zeigt sich mit Olivenhainen, Weingärten und von niedrigen Steinmäuerchen voneinander abgegrenzten Feldern von ihrer typisch mediterranen Seite, zu der auch Kiefernwälder und aromatisch nach Rosmarin und Lavendel duftende Macchia ihren Teil beitragen.
Ein weiteres Highlight der Insel Solta sind die wunderschönen Strände und die atemberaubenden Naturbuchten.

Insel Šolta

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