Enjoy a full-day trip. Head to Biševo Island to see the Blue Cave, enjoy lunch in a fisherman's village on Vis, admire the Green Cave and Stinvia Bay, and end your day by sightseeing on the island of Hvar.
What to Expect
Get to know some of the natural highlights of the Croatian islands in the Dalmatian archipelago on a full-day excursion.
In the morning, make your way to Biševo Island, where you will visit the Blue Cave. This natural phenomenon is most visible at certain times of day, when the sunlight reflected through the water comes from the white floor of the cave and bathes the cave in aquamarine light, while objects in the water appear to be silver.
After seeing the cave, proceed to Komiža, a small fisherman's village on the island of Vis. Here you will enjoy lunch and have plenty of time for walking around and sightseeing.
In the late afternoon, set sail around the southern side of the island for a brief stop in the bay of Stiniva. From there you will head toward the Green Cave, a space characterized by the fissure on the top through which a light passes and leaves marks in the sea. The cave is spacious, and the depth varies from 10 to 16 feet (3 to 5 meters) so the boat can get in and you will have the opportunity to swim inside.
Your final destination is the town of Hvar, a harbor town that you will be able to explore on your own before returning to Split and Trogir.
- Boat ride and skipper
- Safety gear
- Entrance ticket to Blue Cave
- Lunch packet
What to Remember
We recommend you bring along a bathing suit, towel, sunglasses, sun cream, a wind jacket for a boat ride, a hat, and additional clothes for changing.