George Bernard Shaw said "those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik", also describing it as "the pearl of the Adriatic". With its impressive old town and dominating position on the Adriatic coast, the city is visually stunning and deserving of both Shaw's remarks and its UNESCO World Heritage status. Based on a comfortable boat, the trip begins in Dubrovnik where time is set aside to explore the narrow streets and lively town. Extending westerly into the Mediterranean the islands of southern Dalmatia are best explored by bike. Highlights include visiting the islands of Korcula and Mljet, and discovering the wine making traditions of the Pelješac Peninsula. This trip also includes an excursion across the Bosnian border to the beautiful historic town of Mostar.
DAY 1 Arrival and guided tour of Dubrovnik. Cruise to Šipan Island DAY 2 Cycle from Prapratno to Trstenik (36km) DAY 3 Excursion to Mostar (25km) DAY 4 To the islands of Korcula and Lastovo (20km) DAY 5 Cycle the island of Lastovo and return to Korcula's eastern side and the old town (30km + 31km) DAY 6 To Mljet to explore the national park, overnight Sipan (12km + 30km) DAY 7 Cycle Sipan island and the town of Slano on the mainland (10km + 20km) DAY 8 Trip concludes
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*7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 7 dinners *7 nights in a double cabin below deck with ensuite facilities (small supplement applies for above deck or single cabin) *experienced crew including cycle guide *21 speed trekking bike rental with pannier *bed linen and towels *entrance fee for National Park of Mljet *excursion to Mostar *overview maps for daily cycle tours *city tour in Dubrovnik and entrance fees to historical buildings