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MTB & Boat

South Dalmatia MTB Special · Croatia

From 1290 €
2 performance levels
from Trogir / to Trogir
8 days /
7 nights
ca. 225 km
ca. 5,450 hm
MTB Level 2 - 3
MTB Level 1
Easy mountain bike tours suitable for islandhoppers who can safely handle a mountain bike. Mostly asphalt roads and wide, natural paths (20-30km and 200-400 elevation meters per day, S0)
MTB Level 1 - 2
Easy to moderate mountain bike tours for islandhoppers who are fit, technically able and can ride safely. Mainly natural paths and simple single trails (20-40km and 300-500 elevation meters per day, S0-S1).
MTB Level 2
Moderate mountain bike tours suitable for islandhoppers who enjoy riding through varied terrain and are comfortable with climbs up to 500m (30-50km and 400-600 elevation meters per day, S0-S2).
MTB Level 2 - 3
Moderate to demanding mountain bike tours suitable for islandhoppers with a very good level of fitness and riding technique. Mostly hiking tracks and single trails (30-60km and 400-750 elevation meters per day, S0-S2).
MTB Level 3
Demanding mountain bike tours for islandhoppers with excellent riding technique and who enjoy and feel comfortable with technical trails. Mostly on hiking tracks and single trails (30-60km with 500-1,000 elevation meters per day, S0-S3).

Bike holiday for MTB fanatics in South Dalmatia

Our MTB & Boat South Dalmatia Special tour is perfectly suited to mountain bikers, an exceptional holiday, on which keen bikers can discover new horizons! Embark on board one of our charming motor yachts for a week and sail to the most beautiful islands of Southern Dalmatia. Šolta, Čiovo, Brač, Hvar, Vis and Korčula offer great perspectives. From flow trails to technically challenging trails, the islands offer a rich variety for every biker. To meet the different requirements, each trip is typically accompanied by two MTB guides who, wherever possible, offer two performance levels.

Level A: up to 225 km, 5.450 m of elevation, includes trails up to S3
Level B: up to 190 km, 3.800 m of elevation, S0 – S2, short sections S3

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Activity: The epic downhill ride from Vidova Gora to the Golden Horn on Brač
Culture: A walk to the Spanish Fortress on Hvar
Nature: The vast lavender fields of Hvar
Culinary: Try a glass of the Dalmatian wine Dingac
Souvenir: The honey from our beekeeper on Šolta


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1st Day
Trogir (Embarkation) – Island Šolta
A & B: aprx. 6 km, aprx. 180 m of elevation
Individual arrival to Trogir. After check in on the motor yacht between 2 and 2:30 pm, the first crossing to the Island of Šolta starts at 3 pm. Here we will start with our first tour, which leads us past kilometres of dry stone walls, numerous olive groves, locust bean and fig trees. Sage and rosemary line the hidden paths and are the basis for the honey from the local beekeeper Goran, who, with wit and charm, brings us closer to the importance of bee’s lives. Short trails lead down to the sea and back to the ship, where we spend the evening in a charming harbour town.
2nd Day Island Brač
A/B: 37 km, 850 m of elevation
Today we will first bike on a wide nature trail along the coast of Brač. We bike past fish farms, old submarine bunkers and secret coves. As we bike up the mountain ridge in the middle of the island, magnificent views of the neighbouring islands of Hvar, Vis and Šolta inspire us. On the descent, we have the choice between a technically challenging single trail or a wide gravel road with beautiful views of the mountainous mainland coast and the Cetina Canyon. Our descent takes us into the small village of Dol. After a cappuccino break, we continue in the direction of the charming harbour of Postira. With good weather conditions, we can enjoy one of the most amazing sunsets of the tour.
3rd Day Island Brač - Vidova Gora
A: aprx. 29 km, aprx. 900 m of elevation
B: aprx. 30 km, aprx. 700 m of elevation
During breakfast, we cross to Pučišća. Here we start the toughest stage to the highest point of all Adriatic islands. The path leads us past olive groves, herb meadows and typical karstic formations such as sinkholes. The view from atop the 780 m high Vidova Gora is incredible. You can even have a look down on Bol and the iconic Zlatini Rat Beach - the Golden Horn. The descent into the valley starts out technical and becomes more flowy as we near the end. An alternative, less challenging path with incredible views over the city of Bol can be taken back to the boat also. On the subsequent crossing to Vis, we can again look back to the peak and enjoy the end of the day by relaxing on board.
4th Day Island Vis
A: aprx. 38 km, aprx. 900 m of elevation
B: aprx. 27 km, aprx. 600 m of elevation
Vis is the farthest inhabited island from the Croatian mainland. Great diversity in the terrain of the island offer us mountain bikers fantastic riding opportunities while exploring this treasurable location. Wonderful views and unique single trails make the island a paradise for biking. The trip to the top/peak of the island is a worthwhile recommendation for advanced bikers as an additional option. Whilst daydreaming of the trails and sharing your impressions, the ship takes us to the next haven on Korčula Island.
5th Day Island Korčula
A: aprx. 47 km, aprx. 1,000 m of elevation
B: aprx. 38 km, aprx. 700 m of elevation
We start the day by following narrow paths along the shoreline. Through olive groves and past stone terraces, we make our way to Blato. Strengthened from a coffee break we can bike back to Vela Luka on quiet side roads and flowy trails. Those who want to explore more, can bike to the viewpoint Hum. From there we can take a technical trail back to the harbour. Once back on the ship we set sail for Hvar.
6th Day Island Hvar – Split
A: aprx. 38 km, aprx. 1,000 m of elevation
B: aprx. 29 km, aprx. 350 m of elevation
After breakfast level A bikers start from Stari Grad and bike to the top of the pass on an asphalt ascend to spare their strength. From there we can see Stari Grad and the ancient Greek wine fields of the island. Across gravel paths and trails, we reach the island’s capital of Hvar. Here we have the time to stroll through the streets, visit the Spanish Fortress and watch the bustling city life from the comfort of a café. With picturesque views and many old houses, we continue on our bikes to a deserted village, where we wind our way through the town’s narrow alleyways. Whoever decides to bike option B will ride a richly diverse round tour from Stari Grad via Jelsa and Vrboska. The ship waits on us in Stari Grad at the end of the tour for a cruise to Split. Enjoy the special atmosphere of the vibrant city with the famous Diocletian Palace in the evening.
7th Day
Split – Čiovo Island - Trogir
A: aprx. 31 km, aprx. 600 m of elevation
B: aprx. 24 km, aprx. 450 m of elevation
In the morning, we enjoy our last cruise back to Trogir. From here, we take the bikes across the local bridge to Čiovo Island where we get stuck into our last bike tour. Čiovo is a sea of flowers and the aromatic scent of wild herbs hangs in the air. The easier tour takes us along natural roads with wonderful views over the sea. Those who prefer a challenge can look forward to some great single trails. Afterwards there is enough time in the afternoon to enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage city of Trogir before enjoying a festive last meal on board in the company of your fellow travellers and guides.
8th Day Trogir (Disembarkation)
Disembarkation after breakfast, i. e. around 9 am. Followed by an individual journey home or an extended stay in Croatia.


San Snova (Premium)

The wooden motor yacht San Snova took its maiden voyage in 2009 and was constructed exclusively for Islandhopping. Built by hand over the course of three years, this was the last wooden passenger ship of its kind to be built in Croatia. The cabins are spacious and comfortable and furnished functionally. They are all air conditioned and include a private bathroom with a shower and WC.

The wood clad saloon emits a relaxing atmosphere which is carried throughout the boat with the many comfortable sitting areas on the ships decks. Sunning mats can be enjoyed on the sundeck. The professional crew…

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Rental Bikes

Our Mountain Bikes

All our mountain bikes are high-end, full-suspension bikes fitted with components optimized for the Mediterranean terrain and the technical challenges that come with it. For the ultimate riding experience, our MTBs are fitted with 27.5’’ rims, 140 – 150 mm of travel, Shimano or SRAM gear and brake systems as well as hydraulic dropper posts.…

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Our E-Mountain Bikes

If you’re looking for an easy uphill ride with an epic downhill trail experience, then our e-mountain bikes are the perfect rental bike for you. Our full suspension e-MTBs are equipped with 27.5’’ wheels and robust tires ready for exploring fantastic trails. The powerful Bosch motor, large battery, 150 mm RockShox suspension, Shimano or SRAM gear and brake systems as well as hydraulic dropper posts make these e-MTBs a biker’s best friend during our tours in the Mediterranean.…

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Services, Dates & Prices

All dates and prices for this tour can be found below. Please consider that the final tour price may vary based on your cabin choice, and any additionally selected services (see "Additional Optional Services").

Included services
  • 8-day trip on a motorized yacht with crew
  • 7 nights in a twin cabin below deck with shower/toilet
  • 4 x full board and 3 x half board (option to have a picnic for lunch)
  • Guided bike tours and sightseeing as described in the itinerary
  • Overview-maps for the daily bike tours (on board)
  • Bed linen and towels
  • English speaking tour guide
Not included in the basic tour price
  • Journey to Trogir
  • Flat rate for bottled water, tourist tax and local charges 50 euro (to be paid on board)
  • Beverages on board (tally sheet; to be paid on board)
  • Meals and beverages ashore
  • Entrance fee for sights
  • Tips for crew and tour guides
Additional Optional Services
Shared twin cabin Available on request
Surcharge for a cabin above deck 150 euro/person
Surcharge for a double cabin for single use below deck
500 euro
Surcharge for a double cabin for single use above deck
700 euro
Rental bike Full suspension MTB (fully): 180 euro/week
Full suspension e-MTB (E-fully): 240 euro/week (limited)
Insurance against theft and damage of the rental bike
(not insured: grossly negligent damages)
Fully or E-fully: 20 euro/week
Private e-MTB 50 euro/bike (handling fee)
A safe parking space
(to be paid on-site to the tour guide)
Motorcycle: 30 euro/week;
Car up to 6 m in length: 50 euro/week;
Vehicle longer than 6 m: 100 euro/week
Exclusive transfer between Split Airport and Trogir Harbour
(on day of embarkation/disembarkation only)
18 euro per person/way
Additional fees may apply for the transfer of private bicycles
Exclusive transfers Prices on request
Additional nights (B&B) near/in Trogir Prices see extra nights
  • Children up to age 16 receive a discount of 25 % on the basic tour price (not combinable with any other discount).

  • With three persons sharing a cabin, we allow a 50 % discount on the basic tour price for the third person, regardless of age (not combinable with other discounts). When booking an above deck cabin, the above deck surcharge will not be charged for the third occupant.

  • If you place your booking for a tour in 2022 by the 31.01.2022, you will receive a 5% Early-Bird discount on the tour base price (can be used in combination with the SEA-YOU-AGAIN discount).

  • If this is your third or more Islandhopping tour booked directly with us, you will receive our 5% SEA-YOU-AGAIN discount for a tour in 2022 if you book it before the 31.01.2022 (can be used in combination with the Early-Bird discount).




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Arrival - How to get there

Port of Embarkation Trogir

This tour starts at the harbour of Trogir, which is located on a small peninsula together with the old town.


Embarkation takes place between 2 and 2.30 pm. The first boat’s crossing will start at 3 pm.


Please do not book a flight that arrives after 2 pm without first consulting one of our office team members:


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Citymap old town Trogir

Arrival by car

Address for Navigation System:

Ul. Blaža Jurjeva Trogiranina 1, 21220, Trogir, Croatia


Please be aware that if you are travelling to Trogir by car you will have to drive through an access barrier to reach the meeting point where you will meet one of our team members. Google-Maps-Link to the meeting point


Please note that after passing through the barrier you will only be able to park for a short time, just long enough to take your belongings out of the car.


We are happy to organise a secure parking place for your vehicle on private property in Trogir. This must be arranged in advanced. Prices can be found under “additional bookable services”.


If you have booked a parking place, please inform one of the Islandhopping tour guides on arrival. They will then inform our driver who will drive ahead of you and lead the way to the parking lot. After you have parked your vehicle, the driver will bring you back to the ship

Arrival by airplane

For all tours starting in Trogir the closest airport is Split (SPU) that is situated at a distance of only 6 km/4 mi. from the town. If you are unable to find a suitable flight to Split, you can alternatively fly to Dubrovnik or Zadar. We offer exclusive transfers from both airports. The transfer prices can be found under the section “From Zadar/Dubrovnik”.


Please do not book a flight that arrives after 2 pm without first consulting one of our office team members.


From the Airport Split to the harbour

The harbour can easily be reached by taxi (approx. 20 euro per way).


Or you can prebook an exclusive airport transfer from Split Airport to Trogir Harbour for 15 euro/person/way (day of embarkation/disembarkation only).


If you prefer an exclusive airport transfer, please contact our office by email or phone:


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Exclusive transfers from Zadar or Dubrovnik

Other possible airports are Zadar or Dubrovnik. From there we offer exclusive transfers to Trogir:


Zadar – Trogir:

duration approx. 1,5 hrs – cost: 1 – 7 persons: prices on request


Dubrovnik – Trogir:

duration approx. 4 hrs – cost: 1 – 7 persons: prices on request. Please contact us if you like an exclusive transfer:


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  • Embarkation
  • by car
  • Parking
  • by plane
  • From Split
  • From Zadar/Dubrovnik

If you would like to extend your trip

Additional nights in Trogir

We are happy to arrange additional nights with breakfast in Trogir, the starting point of your trip. The medieval town of Trogir is like an open-air museum and is certainly at the top of the list of places to see in Croatia. On a stroll through the winding lanes of the old town you will encounter countless architectural treasures and lively squares with well-frequented cafés and ice cream parlours.

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Aerial view of Trogir promenade, town and ships

Additional nights in Split

We are happy to arrange additional nights with breakfast in the historical city centre of Split. The city of Split with its legendary Diocletian Palace is located about 30 km from Trogir and is definitely worth a visit. Incredible cultural treasures blend with lively city life and the long promenade, excellent shopping facilities and great restaurants will leave a lasting impression on you.

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Tall white stone bell tower
  • Additional nights Trogir
  • Additional nights Split

Important information

Spoken language

Due to our international audience all Islandhopping tours are conducted bilingually, in English and German.

Itinerary changes

We reserve the right to make changes to the itinerary, depending on wind and weather conditions or organizational requirements. Sometimes the tour will be run in reverse order. Our tours are dependent on weather conditions and the final decision is that of the captain. You are free to set aside a half or full day to swim or spend time on board the boat, instead of taking a planned bike-tour.


MTB-Level A: 3; MTB-Level B: 2

Moderate to challenging daily tours in hilly terrain. The terrain in this region is very diverse and changes from island to island: technical and demanding single trails alternate with wide gravel 4x4 roads and quiet asphalt stretches; there are very few unrideable sections along the way.


Each day you are able to decide between tour variation A and B.
Level A: up to aprx. 60 km/37.5 mi. and aprx. 1,000 m/3,280 ft. of elevation
Level B: up to aprx. 50 km/31 mi. and aprx. 600 m/1,970 ft. of elevation


Tour groups with less than 10 participants will be guided by one guide only. In this case, only one guided MTB level can be offered and the guide will do their best to customize this level to the abilities within the group.

Single-Trail Classification

To ensure that you are well prepared for your bike tour with Islandhopping and know what technical difficult level to expect, we have created a classification for all single trails that could be ridden on our tours. The difficulty levels included in our classification coincide with the Single Trail Scale which can be found here


Blue (easy, S0 – S1): small obstacles such as small roots, small stones, some erosion, gradients of up to 40 %, loose surfaces, tight corners but no hairpins, obstacles can be rolled over. Skilful braking and weight shift required, riding while standing.


Red (medium, S2): loose surfaces, larger stones and roots, steps and shallow stairs, gradients of up to 70 %, light hairpins. Constant readiness to brake, shift of centre weight to overcome obstacles, accurate braking, consistent body tension required.


Black (heavy, S3 – S5): blocked single trails, many large boulders, and roots, smooth/slippery surfaces, loose scree slopes, large steps/drops, extremely steep gradients of over 70 %, tight hairpins. Expert level of bike control/handling required.

Requirement to wear a helmet

Helmets are mandatory on our bike tours. It is advised to bring your own, well fitted, helmet with you as our rental helmet numbers are limited (reservation required). Furthermore, we recommend riders to carry arm and leg protectors during the bike tours.


On our regular bike tours the riding pace is determined by the cyclists on regular bikes. We ask guests who have reserved an e-MTB to be mindful of this and to acknowledge that the regular cyclists need time to rest and longer to climb the hills. We thank you for your understanding.

Bringing private MTBs or e-MTBs

The tour which you have booked requires a bike with a fully functional set of gears. Islandhopping can offer you high quality, fully serviced rental bikes perfect for the terrain of this tour.


Should you however wish to bring your own MTB with you, please make sure to check the condition of your breaks, gears, and tires and don’t forget to bring along a puncture repair kit and the essential spare parts for your bike (e.g. brake pads and tubes). Your bike should be in prefect mechanical working order.


Private e-MTBs can be brought along on our MTB SPECIAL tours for a handling fee of 50€/bike. Please be aware that e-bike batteries are not permitted on board of aeroplanes. If your mode of transport to your Islandhopping tour is by plane, and you wish to ride an e-MTB while on tour with us, please consider hiring one form our fleet.


Liability disclaimer: Radurlaub Zeitreisen GmbH. Will not be held liable for any damages caused to private bikes during loading, unloading or other logistical handling thereof.

Noise on board

Please do not forget that the ship is your hotel as well as a machine, which has to be maintained and operated – day and night. A certain level of noise is therefore inevitable.

Travel recommendation for groups with varying biking interests (MTB & hybrid cycling)

Our South Dalmatia MTB Standard tours, which offer MTB and hybrid bike tours parallel to each other on the same boat, are still available. These tours have a different itinerary to our MTB & Boat South Dalmatia Special tours and only provide one MTB riding level. This itinerary is perfect for travelers who wish to spend their holiday together, but do not share the same riding style.

What Our Guests
Have To Say

Es ist wirklich sehr schwer in Worte zu fassen was wir erleben durften.
Es war mit Abstand der schönste Trip in meinem Leben, ich kann es nicht anders sagen.
Das Schiff, die Crew, die Guides, die Touren, das Essen und und und, alles war einfach perfekt.
Vielen herzlichen Dank das ich das erleben durfte.

Abwicklung der Reise-Informationen und Fragen dazu waren reibungslos und kompetent.

Besonders vor Ort auf dem Schiff hatten wir drei *super guides* ***! Alle 3 sind mega nett, lustig und stellen sich auf die jeweilige Situation und Personen ein.! Nochmal ein Dickes Dankeschön an alle drei.


Wir werden so eine Reise auf jeden Fall wiederholen!

We loved our trip. It was organized with just the right amount of biking, tours and freetime. The food was fabulous but the portions were too large for most of us.

Sehr kompetenter Guide ***, top Küche, nur die Räder waren zu klein

Die Betreuung durch die Guides war herausragend. Senad ist der beste Guide, den ich bis jetzt je gehabt habe. Man merkt ihm an, dass er Spass an seiner Arbeit hat.

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