What to expect
Enjoy the variety of this multi-activity family cruise and experience the olive-cloaked islands, historic towns and secluded beaches of South Dalmatia designed with children aged 5 to 13 in mind. Diverse days of sightseeing, walks, cycling and swimming from the boat mean you can exert as much or little energy as you like, sunbathing on deck as you cruise between islands or plunging into the sea at every opportunity.
At a glance
- Multi-activity family holiday including cycling, hiking, rafting and swimming
- Secluded beaches and a dramatic river canyon
- Gothic architecture and Roman palaces
- Tailored to families with 5–13 year olds
Day 1 (Sat):
Trogir – Šolta
Meet the boat and group in Trogir (3 miles/5km from Split airport) - check in from 2.30pm and set off across the Adriatic Sea at 3pm, stopping for your first swim on the way to the Island of Solta. Spend your first night in a silent bay close to Šolta.
Day 2 (Sun):
Islands of Hvar and Vis
Cruise to Hvar and take a city tour of the main town to explore the Renaissance Square and late-Gothic palaces. Hike to the Spanish fortress to look back down on Hvar’s sophisticated streets and Dalmatia’s scattered islands. At midday cruise to the remote island of Vis – famous for its fishermen and winegrowers and enjoy an early afternoon swim followed by a guided walk through the town of Komiza.
Day 3 (Mon):
Arrive at the forested island of Korcula and cycle to its walled capital to admire Jacopo Tintoretto’s famous altarpiece at St Mark's Cathedral and visit Marco Polo’s alleged birthplace on a guided tour. Take your pick of vantage points to watch the sun set over the Adriatic before enjoying an evening in the lively old town.
Day 4 (Tue):
Cruise to artistic Stari Grad on the north side of Hvar – one of Europe’s oldest towns. Enjoy a secluded swimming spot and lunch on board before cycling to the charming little harbour of Jelsa. Cruise to Brac.
Day 5 (Wed):
Hvar - Brac
A morning of swimming and relaxing before cruising to Lovrecina. Take an afternoon walk (approx 1.5hrs) along the coast to the small vilage of Postira.
Day 6 (Thu):
Cetina Canyon - Omis - Solta
Discover the striking port of Omiš, cut through by the Cetina River, surrounded by mountains and home to spectacular pirate castles. Go rafting down the Catina (optional) or explore Omis castle on foot. Cruise to the island of Solta where you spend the night
Day 7 (Fri):
Solta - Trogir
Cycle or take a bus transfer to meet Goran, a local beekeeper and take part in a workshop to learn more about his products and lifestyle. Another optional short cycle via Maslinica takes you back to the waiting boat. After lunch, a final boat crossing takes you to Trogir to explore its UNESCO listed Old Town.
Day 8 (Sat):
Disembark at Trogir
Enjoy your final breakfast of the tour, before checking out by 9am and saying farewell to your crew and fellow passengers.
Please note: The captain reserves the right to make itinerary changes if required due to changes in weather or other conditions.
Launched in June 2011, the elegant Princeza Diana is a three-masted motor yacht of the deluxe category. 131 feet long and 28 feet wide, her beautiful lines ensure she turns heads wherever she goes and her sumptuous cabins and public areas do not disappoint once you step aboard. There are 16 air-conditioned guest cabins, accommodating between 2 and 4 people. All have private shower and wc plus hairdryer. A bathing platform is available at the stern, offering easy access to the sea. The saloon is a comfortable, relaxing place to sit and enjoy a drink with large windows to enjoy the scenery. Outside there is a covered seating area, a large comfortable sun deck and a bathing platform for easy access in to the sea. The on-board cook prepares all the meals using fresh, locally sourced produce and the food is tasty and plentiful. The Princeza Diana is well suited for e-bikes, with space to store the power sockets and battery stations.
San Snova, Dream of Dreams, is a premium class wooden motor boat which was launched in the spring of 2009. She is 31m long, 8m wide and combines romantic seafaring with the highest standards. 11 spacious cabins are above deck (6 doubles and 5 triples) and 3 cabins (all triples) are below deck; all have air-conditioning and private shower and WC. The sun deck and stern are well equipped with mats and sun loungers.
Dates & Prices
Please choose your boat, then click on a departure date for price options at a glance - please contact us for 2020 prices
- 7 nights accommodation aboard the ship of your choice
- Board basis: 4 x full board and 3 x half board
- English speaking tour guide on board and on bike
- Maps and route information
- Welcome meeting
- Local contact number for assistance
- Daily cabin cleaning
- Flights and transfers
- Bike hire
- Cycle helmets
- €20 per person visitors tax/port fees & €20 per person unlimited still bottled water, paid locally
- Entrance fees to museums and churches and transport
- Optional activities
- 3rd & 4th person sharing cabin with 2 full paying guests - 50% (triple & quad cabin prices shown on calendar already includes reduction)
- Children under 16 years old - 25% (child prices shown on calendar already includes reduction)
- Trogir - for extra night prices, please enquire
Bike Hire & Extras
Pannier is included at no extra cost when you hire a bike
21-gear hybrid bicycle
9-gear Cube Cross Hybrid Pro Allroad 500 (28")
With 20" or 24” wheels
Easily attached to any adult bike (max. 30kg)
Suitable for ages 1 - 4 years (max. 22kg)
You can add these when you price your trip
How to Get There
Fly to Split
Split airport is approx. 6 km / 4 miles from Trogir. The harbour can easily be reached by taxi (ca. 20 Euro per way).
Split airport is approx. 6 km / 4 miles from Trogir. The airport can easily be reached by taxi (ca. 20 Euro per way).
Fly from Split
News, Reviews & FAQs
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Can I stay on the boat during the day and not cycle?
Yes, you can relax on the boat or explore when you arrive at each destination instead of cycling.
What is the average temperature on this tour?
Can the boat cater for special dietary requirements?
Please advise us of any special requirements at time of booking and we will notify the boat operator in advance. Understandably, kitchen galley space is limited and it may not be possible to provide specialist products (eg. Gluten free). We suggest you bring a few items with you and, in some cases, these can be provided at a supplement.
How much space will I have in my cabin?
There is limited space in the cabins, so pack light and take a soft suitcase.
What other customers have said
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Great family holiday, sharing a boat with 7 families from around the world. The children got on really well from day 1, the communal tables and great food meant everyone got to know each other well by the end of the week. The weather was very hot mid 30’s which made the cycling and walking less pleasant but still doable, it was a shame these were not more touristic as they felt like the only goal was to finish not to enjoy the journey. Swimming from the boat was great fun but there were some strong currents which made it a little nerve racking for parents of the weaker swimmers. The rafting was a great addition to the itinerary especially in the heat. We felt the tour guides were the weakest link of the holiday as they were both serious cyclists and not guides on a more general holiday, pleasant enough but added little to the experience.Sue Petts, UK, August 2018
Brilliant fun. Would highly recommend this tour for a family holiday.Gillian Bain, Australia, July 2018