Day by Day Itinerary

Croatia: Dalmatian Coast & Islands Multisport

Countries   Croatia
Tour Length   8 days
Dates Of Tour   Saturday, May 10, 2014
Saturday, June 7, 2014
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Type of Tour Road (Multi-Sport, Guided)
Price $3,445
Family Friendly
Age of Participants Mixed
Gender Basis Mixed
# of Participants (max) 12
Language English
Sleeping Accommodations   
Luggage Support
Sag Wagon Along the Way
Overall Difficulty Rating   Beginner
Cost of Trip without Airfare per person  $3,445
Single Supplement $565
  • 8 days
  • 7 nights
  • 7 breakfasts
  • 6 picnic lunches
  • 6 dinners
  • snacks
  • sea kayak and bicycle rental equipment
  • relevant ferry crossings
  • national park entrance fees
  • guide and van support
  • maps and route notes
  • luggage handling
  • taxes

Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast boasts an abundance of lush forested islands and mysterious coves. The seaside ports developed centuries ago are fantastically beautiful, as exemplified by its crowning jewel, the walled city of Dubrovnik. In recent history, the Homeland War kept Croatia isolated, but since declaring independence and with accession into the EU scheduled for 2013, it has rapidly become a wonderful place to visit, and we encourage you to do so now, before its coast becomes an extension of the nearby Rivieras of France and Italy. This part of Croatia is warm and inviting. The region’s colourful red roofs complement the surrounding tropical green waters, and the views are beautifully photogenic. The warmth of the Mediterranean atmosphere and the joyful hospitality of the locals will stimulate you as you revel in tastes including scrumptious olives, unique cheeses, fresh seafood and excellent wines.

You will start and end in Dubrovnik, known as ‘the Pearl of the Adriatic’. Severely damaged in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Damaged again in the 1990’s during the Homeland War of Independence, it is now the focus of a major restoration program coordinated by UNESCO. Leaving this amazing city, you will first spend three days kayaking, hiking and cycling around Korčula Island, the home of the notable Marco Polo. Korčula is graced with rolling hills, vineyards, olive groves and small villages. You will climb Mt. Ilija for some stunning views over the Adriatic, and at the end of the week take a ferry to the island of Mljet to cycle along cliffs, wild beaches and pristine coves. We hope this exquisite destination retains its charm for many years to come, but urge you to join us now to see why we’re so excited!

Day 1   Arrival
Day 2   Sea-kayaking: 5 hours 8-10km
Day 3   Cycling 26.5km; more riding available for advanced cyclists
Day 4   Hiking: 4-5 hours from sea level to 480m.
Day 5   Cycling 30km
Day 6   Hiking: 4-5 hours
Day 7   Sea-kayaking 3-4 hours
Day 8   Farewell
Additional Activities During Trip
Hiking, sea kayaking
Countries Visited  
  • Croatia
Cities Visited   Korĉula, Orebić, Mali Ston, Dubrovnik
Discounts for Referals

If you have been on tour with us in the last 3 years, you will receive a 5% discount as a returning guest. In addition, if you have referred new customers to us since your last Freewheeling Adventure, you are entitled to a reduced cost. Each new guest who mentioned you as a referrer will save you $125 off your next trip.


This is a rich cultural experience that will be most appreciated by relaxed riders interested in a varied experiences and activities. There are some hills, and "rewards". Relaxed riders will be assisted with van support on longer climbs.


Included in the cost of the tour

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