The Blue Cave is surely one of the most popular touristic site in Dalmatia and whole Croatia. It is located on the island of Biševo, just across the little town of Komiža on the island of Vis.
For thousands of years, sea waves have worked to carve out limestone rocks into one of the most important attractions of the Adriatic. The Blue Cave story starts back in 1884 when local fishermen showed it to the Austrian artist Eugen von Ransonnet-Villez. Thrilled with stunning games of light, surreal colour of blue, and the unique atmosphere this pearl of nature has to offer, the artist published an article in Viennese daily, declaring it to the world.
From that time on, Blue Cave became a major tourist attraction, gathering nature lovers, artists, and tourists from around the world.
If you don’t want to join a group of strangers on one of the tours you can book in Split, this private tour is a perfect thing for you. It’s a tour for maximum 12 people in a luxury speed boat. It takes you to the Blue cave, together with some other attraction on the nearby islands, such as Vis, Stiniva Bay, Budikovac – Blue Lagoon, Pakleni islands and Hvar.
You will also be able to enjoy some local cuisine.
around 7.00 – Start from Split
09:00 – 09:15 Visiting Blue cave on the island of Biševo (tickets included!)
09:30 – 09:45 Visiting Seal Monk cave optional
10:00 – 11:00 Visiting Komiža on Vis island; free time for coffee or walk
12:00 Visiting Stiniva Bay – time for swimming
13:00 Budikovac island- free time for swimming or lunch
14:00 Panoramic view of Pakleni islands
14:30 – 17:00 Town of Hvar (island of Hvar) – free time for lunch and sightseeing or just a cocktail
18:30 – Return to Split
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