- Blue Cave – one of the best known natural beauty spots on the Adriatic and a popular show cave known for glowing blue light;
- Monk Seal Cave – enchanting ex home of the locally called “sea man”, the famous Mediterranean monk seal;
- Komiza – fisherman village on western side of Vis Island situated in a deep bay;
- Secret Bay on Vis island – perfect secluded place for swimming and snorkeling;
- Hvar town– Dalmatia’s trendiest destination and an island with more than 2500 years of rich history.
|8:00 / 8:30||Start Trogir in front of agency / Split on Matejuska pier|
|10:15 – 11:00||Sightseeing of the Blue cave on Bisevo island|
|11:00 – 11.45||Sightseeing of the Monk Seal Cave on Bisevo island|
|12:00 – 13:00||Visiting Komiza on Vis Island and free time|
|13:15 – 14:15||Swimming and snorkeling in Secret Bay on Vis island|
|15:00 – 17:30||Visiting Hvar town on Hvar island with free time for lunch and sightseeing|
|18:30 / 19:00||Arrival in Split / Trogir|
Timetable may be adjusted depending on the weather / sea conditions and the waiting time to visit the Blue Cave.
For all of our tours we offer pick-up service from major hotels in Split area. Please find a complete list of our pick up points and departure times on the following link: PORTAL PICK UP LOCATIONS .
Please check the location of your accommodation and select your closest pick up point.
After picking you up at Split promenade (BOAT MEETING POINT) you willl step aboard our speedboat for a thrilling ride to Bisevo Island, whose highlight is the Blue Cave. In order to appreciate its ethereal beauty, we’ll arrive exactly at the time of the day when the sunlight reflected through the sea floor bathes the entire cave in aquamarine light, while objects in the water are turned into shimmering silver.
According to old fishermen’s evidence, on Bisevo island lived a number of monk seals. They used to call this animal the “sea-man” in their dialect. In the past fishermen persecuted monk seals because they tore their nets and scared the fish. The cave called Monk Seal’s Cave is the biggest among them located immediately behind the cape Biskup towards the bay of Baluni.
Then we slice through the Adriatic to explore Komiza, a picture-perfect, authentic fishermans village on the island of Vis. You will have free time to wonder around the old town, relax on the beaches with shaded area provided by the tamarix trees and taste some typical Medditeranean snacks.
With sun on its peak, we will sail towards one of the most beautiful secret bay on Vis island, perfect place for swimming and snorkeling before our final destination – the town of Hvar, one of the most beautiful harbors on the Adriatic and a rich cultural heritage. Its seven-century old walls still survive, as well as many of the 15th-17th C Venetian era noble houses and public buildings. The easy walk around the town to discover its many charms is a delight. On its famous promenade you will have the opportunity to have lunch at your own expense and enjoy typical dishes. Afterwards it’s time to return to Split on our speedboat.
Price list and schedule
Price per person:
| May, June,
September and October
|July and August|
|Adults||112 €||125 €|
|Children <12 years old||80 €||80 €|
*tour is not suitable for children under 3 years old
Price includes: transport with comfortable speed boat, English speaking Captain and crew, entrance ticket for the Blue Cave, water on board, snorkeling gear, water/windproof jackets, insurance, all taxes and VAT.
|1st May to 30th September||Every day|
|1st October to 15th October||Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday|
If you wish to book a tour simply check availability through the “BOOK NOW” button on the calendar and if the date shows up there, means that we have guaranteed departures for this date. So you can just simply continue the booking process. If desired date is not on the list please send us a request for availability via contact page.
Please note that in case of tour cancellation by bad weather, full refund will be made or we will offer you to join the same tour on another day (subject to availability).
Tour is not recommended for pregnant women, participants with serious back or neck problems and children younger than 3 years.
Below, we’ve suggested some items to bring with you in order to enhance your overall boat experience, however what you choose to bring with you may vary depending on the time of the year of your visit.
Passengers on this tour are recommended to bring bathing suits, towel, sunglasses, sun cream, hat, spare clothes to change, a sweater for early morning or evening, and most definitely a camera to capture amazing photos.
Private tour option
The tour can be organized in a private arrangement only for you and your company. Enjoy a day crusing around the islands on a private boat accompanied by a personal English speaking skipper and take advantage of a flexible timetable and itinerary. More information please find on following link: Blue Cave and Hvar island private tour.