In a single day you will go from Split all the way to Biševo island to enjoy in the breathtaking luminescent light of the Blue Cave. You will then cruise the untouched and mysterious south side of Vis island, discovering in the process all the attractions it hides in the coves and caves sculptured by the open Adriatic sea. The main attraction on the south side of Vis island is definitely Stiniva Cove which awaits for you at the bottom of the protected Stiniva bay. This is the first stop on the tour where you will have the opportunity to jump of the speedboat and enjoy in the clear blue sea of this distant island.
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From Stiniva the trip continues to the nearby island of Ravnik where you have the opportunity to enter it’s phenomenon called the Green Cave. The reflecting green light coupled with the light beam emanating from the cave ceiling provides a special feeling inside this natural wonder of Vis archipelago.
The entrance to the Green Cave is optional as of July 1st 2017 there is a fee of € 10 to enter inside the cave and explore it.
The next stop is the beautiful lagoon on the nearby island called Budikovac where it’s turquoise water invites you to dive in and explore the sandy sea bottom. This is the place where we stop for you to relax, swim, snorkel and sunbathe before we leave Vis area and head towards the archipelago of Hvar island.
From the far off islands near Vis you will then cruise to the most beautiful archipelago of the area, Pakleni islands. You will enjoy in the crystal clear sea of the protected Palmizana bay known for its light blue sea color created as the sun reflects of the sandy sea bottom. Botanical garden, exquisite Mediterranean cuisine, breathtaking views, and island trails are just some of the perks Palmizana has to offer to its visitors.
On the next stop of the Blue Cave tour we will take you to visit the true phenomenon of the area, town Hvar on Hvar island. Follow the footsteps of numerous celebrities who have visited this ancient island town and explore it’s rich culture, history, charming stone streets, numerous seaside bars or even climb the famous Spanish fortress towering over it for the breathtaking view of the area around you.
On our return back to Split, as we pass through the “Split’s Gates” (narrow channel between islands Brac and Solta) we will head towards town Milna on island Brac where you will enjoy in locally made olive oil and different wines.