Experience Croatia’s Adriatic Sea and Elafiti Islands by ferry, kayak and bicycle on a small-group, 8-hour guided tour. Begin with a relaxing ferry ride to Lopud Island. From Lopud kayak for 1 hour to nearby Šipan Island; swap kayaks for bikes; bike 6 km to lunch (not included) at a wonderful seaside restaurant with views of the outer Elafiti Islands and Peljesac Peninsula. It will be a perfect day filled with sunshine, dramatic scenery, and a perfect blend of activity and relaxation. Bike, kayak, and ferry back to Dubrovnik at the end of the day.
All activities: kayak, bike, hike, swim
Entry/Admission - Elafiti Islands
Round-trip ferry transfer
Dry bags (Store personal items in bags while kayaking)
Water shoes (if shoe sizes are supplied)
What to Expect
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Stop At: Elafiti Islands, north-west of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Croatia
Your guide will meet you at the traffic light near the ferry terminal to board the morning ferry to Lopud Island, the middle of the 3 inhabited islands in the Elaphite Archipelago. Elaphite islands are the place to be; whether you're looking to get out of busiest places in Dubrovnik during high season or just experience Dubrovnik's islands from kayaker's perspective and bike through the Guiness' No1 Olive tree island- Sipan. The ferry transfer from Dubrovnik is a relaxing 50 minutes aboard a 1960's era ferry.
Duration: 50 minutes
Stop At: Lopud, Lopud, Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Dalmatia
You begin kayaking on Lopud Island, known for its sand beaches and lively waterfront promenade. Safety debriefing and instruction, take place at the kayak base and on the beach in Lopud Harbor. Your destnation, Sipan Island, is clearly visible to the northwest.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Sipan, Sipan, Elafiti Islands, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Dalmatia
Swap kayaks for bicycles in the small village of Sudurad. The scenic bike ride across Sipan Island is roughly 6 km, passing numerous historic churches, vineyards, and aristocratic villas. Dine on fresh seafood and local produce at a lovely seaside restaurant in Luka Sipanska, a charming village in a deep bay with views of the outer uninhabited Elafie Islands.