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Embark on an unforgettable adventure along the stunning Croatian coast with our Blue Cave tour. This thrilling journey will take you through some of the most beautiful destinations in the Adriatic Sea, starting with Biševo Island, where we’ll explore two incredible caves.
First, we’ll visit the Blue Cave, a natural wonder renowned for its iridescent blue and silver hues. From there, we’ll head to the Monkseal cave, a popular spot for tourists looking to catch a glimpse of these adorable marine mammals in their natural habitat.
Next, we’ll make our way to Vis Island, where you’ll discover the charming city of Komiža and the protected geo-archipelago on the southern side. Vis Island is a true paradise for snorkelers and swimmers, with its crystal-clear waters and abundant marine life. We’ll also visit the stunning Stiniva Cove, a hidden beach nestled between towering cliffs that provide a breathtaking view of the sea.
After soaking up the natural beauty of Vis Island, we’ll take a short boat ride to the idyllic Budihovac Lagoon. This secluded bay, surrounded by lush vegetation and turquoise waters, is the perfect place to relax, sunbathe, or take a swim in the refreshing sea.
Our final destination is the vibrant city of Hvar, a hub of culture, history, and modern luxury. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the city’s narrow alleys, visit the impressive fortress that overlooks the city, or simply soak up the atmosphere in one of the many cafés or bars. Hvar is famous for its luxurious yachts, lively nightlife, and stunning architecture, making it the perfect place to end our journey.
In conclusion, our Blue Cave tour is a must-do for anyone looking to discover the magic of the Croatian coast. From the natural wonders of Biševo Island to the cosmopolitan hub of Hvar, this tour offers something for everyone. So come aboard and let us show you the best of the Adriatic Sea!
Trumbiceva obala 11, Split.
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After boarding the speedboat, the tour will start from either Split or Trogir harbor, depending on the departure location chosen. Both locations are easily accessible and offer a great starting point for exploring the nearby islands.
The first stop of the tour will be Biševo Island, where visitors can explore the famous Blue Cave. The cave is known for its spectacular blue color, which is created by sunlight reflecting off the white seabed and illuminating the cave’s interior. After visiting the Blue Cave, visitors will also have the opportunity to explore the nearby Monkseal cave, which is home to a population of rare Mediterranean monk seals.
11:30 – Departure for Vis Island After the visit to Biševo Island, the tour will continue to Vis Island. The island has a rich history and culture, as it was a strategic military base during World War II and a popular destination for yachting enthusiasts today. During the boat ride to Vis Island, visitors can enjoy the stunning views of the Adriatic Sea and the surrounding islands.
Upon arrival at Vis Island, visitors will stop at Komiža city, a charming coastal town with a rich fishing heritage. Here, visitors can explore the town’s narrow streets, traditional architecture, and picturesque harbor. They can also enjoy local cuisine and refreshments at one of the town’s many cafes or restaurants.
After exploring Komiža, visitors will embark on a boat ride around the protected geo-archipelago on the southern side of Vis Island. The archipelago is a natural wonderland, with stunning rock formations, crystal-clear waters, and a diverse marine ecosystem. Visitors can enjoy the scenery and spot various marine life species, such as dolphins and sea turtles.
The next stop of the tour is Stiniva Cove, a secluded beach surrounded by towering cliffs. The cove is one of the most popular swimming and snorkeling spots in the area, as the waters are calm and clear, and the beach is surrounded by unspoiled nature. Visitors can take a dip in the sea, snorkel among the colorful fish, or relax on the beach and soak up the sun.
After enjoying Stiniva Cove, visitors will continue to Budihovac Lagoon, a serene lagoon with turquoise waters and a pristine sandy beach. The lagoon is a true paradise for swimmers and sunbathers, as the waters are warm and shallow, and the beach is surrounded by lush vegetation. Visitors can enjoy the tranquility of the lagoon, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or simply relax on the beach.
After spending some time at Budihovac Lagoon, visitors will continue to Hvar, one of the most popular destinations in the area. Hvar is known for its vibrant nightlife, trendy cafes and restaurants, and historic landmarks, such as the Hvar Fortress and the Cathedral of St. Stephen. Visitors can explore the city’s narrow streets, admire the architecture, and take in the stunning views of the sea and the surrounding islands.
Upon arrival at Hvar, visitors will have some free time to explore the city further. Visitors can walk around the historic center, visit some of the local museums, or simply enjoy a drink or a meal at one of the many restaurants and cafes. Hvar is a bustling town with plenty of options to suit all tastes.
After exploring Hvar, visitors will board the speedboat and depart from the island. This will mark the end of the island-hopping adventure and the beginning of the journey back to the starting point.
The tour will conclude with the return to either Split or Trogir harbor, depending on the departure location. Visitors can relax on the speedboat and reflect on the day’s adventures while taking in the beautiful scenery of the Adriatic Sea. The tour offers an unforgettable experience that showcases the best of the region’s natural beauty, history, and culture.
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