From Split: Blue Cave, Vis, and Hvar Island Hopping Tour

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From Split: Blue Cave, Vis, and Hvar Island Hopping Tour

From £84.49 per person

Admire the natural wonders along the Croatian coast on a day tour by speedboat. Stop for a swim in the Blue Cave and marvel at the reflected light.

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Duration 10 - 11 hours
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  • Discover islands, bays and caves on a cruise from Split
  • Cruise on a spacious speedboat perfect for island hopping
  • Get excellent value for money by visiting six sites in one tour
  • Take a walk through the beautiful town of Hvar
  • Enjoy a small group tour
Full description
Meet your skipper and the group at the tour partner's office on Riva, city promenade. Hop on a speedboat and enjoy a 90 minute thrilling ride from Split to Biševo Island to the highlight feature, the Blue Cave. With its silvery-blue color, created by light refraction of sunlight entering through a crack in the stone, it leaves nobody indifferent. Later on visit Komiža, a traditional fishing village on the island of Vis. Here you will enjoy in a full one hour of sightseeing as well as have a chance to enjoy a cup of coffee. After Komiža, visit the impressive Stiniva Bay. Stiniva was declared the most beautiful beach in Europe in 2015. Your next destination is a small paradise on earth situated between 3 islets, Blue Lagoon on Budikovac island. Blue lagoon is a favorite destination for many guests on the Blue cave tour. Beautiful clear sea, beach, and a small bar make this place a perfect place to take a swim or snorkel, laze on the beach, or stroll on the pretty island. The crew will provide you with snorkeling equipment. The next location will leave you breathless - it is time for Pakleni islands. Pakleni islands are a group of small islands (approx. 20 of them) around island of Hvar. The most popular is Palmižana which is located on the Klement island. It is a sandy inlet in the shade of the old pines. There you have free time for lunch, swimming, snorkeling or exploring the island. The final destination is the town of Hvar, Dalmatia’s trendiest destination and an island with more than 2500 years of rich history. You will visit Hvar town and the things that make this town so special are historical – cultural heritage, fortress on the top of the town (20 min to get up) with the best view of town Hvar, its surrounding sea, many cool bars and restaurants, and much more. You will have some free time to explore the town and get lost in the small narrow streets like locals do. To end your trip, hop back on a speedboat and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Adriatic sea while you cruise towards Split.
  • Transportation with comfortable speedboat
  • English-speaking captain and crew
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Soft drinks
  • Bottle of water
  • Windproof jackets
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrance fee to the Blue Cave (approximately 75HRK per person, to be paid in cash)
Not suitable for
  • Children under 3 years
  • Pregnant women
  • People with back problems
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Meeting point

    Meet at the local partner’s office, Obala Hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 21, 21000, Split. Look for the Gray Line Croatia sign and staff members in t-shirts with the same logo.

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    Important information

    What to bring

    • Sunglasses
    • Sun hat
    • Towel
    • Camera

    Know before you go

    • Be sure to bring swimwear and a camera
    • In case of bad weather or rough sea conditions, we hold the right to change the route or cancel the tour, for the benefit of all passengers. This decision is made by the captain
    • You will be refunded for your entrance fee to the Blue cave if the cave is closed
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.4 /5

    based on 79 reviews

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    This was the highlight of our trip. An absolute must. Just a few things to mention. The advertisement says Blue Cave is 75HRK. In high season, it's 100HRK for adults, and 50HRK for kids 7 to 14. Also, the advertisement says small group of 8 people. We had 15 in our group. It was small enough for everyone to be comfortable and we met some great people. Also, the advertisement doesn't mention swimming shoes or life vests for not-so-strong swimmers. This is a must, especially for Stiniva Bay. I think an important point to make is that while on our tour, we saw other speed boat tours with literally rows of seats cramming in as many people on the boat as possible. We were so thankful that was not that. We were on a legit speed boat with bench seats along the sides and cushioned lounge seats in the back. It was covered, so we weren't exposed to the sun (like the other tours we saw). Our tour guide, Ella, and pilot, Tom, were both great. Highly recommend Grey Line Tours!

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    9 July 2021

    The boat ride was very nice! Leaving early was essential to avoid the long queue at the blue lagoon. Also the skipper took us to a wonderful place to swim stopping only for photos in the overcrowded bay of Stiniva. Cons: no initial indication of where the life jackets were and no first aid kit I would need following a small fall

    20 August 2020

    The trip was definitely worth doing. The boat was comfortable with both shaded bench seating and a sun deck. The guides were good. The trip could have missed the hour spent at the blue lagoon and spent a little longer in Komiza on Vis which has very nice pebble beaches for those who want to spend time on the beach. Other than that it is a long day on a speedboat but very worthwhile.

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    27 August 2019

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