Blue cave Vis

Description

Visit island Vis and its amazing caves at your pace with your family or friends! A comfortable speedboat will be reserved just for you and your company. A private tour will be tailored according to your wishes, as well as departure and arrival time to fit your holiday schedule. During the tour you will receive a full attention of your private Captain.

  • Price up to 640€
  • Up to 7 persons

Itinerary

  • 08:30 | Departure from Trogir
  • 10:30 - 11:30| The Blue cave tour
  • 11:30 - 12:30 |Visiting Stiniva Bay, free time for swimming
  • 12:30 - 13:30 | Entering the Green Cave
  • 14:00 - 17:00 | Visiting Vis town, lunch time
  • 19:30 | Return to Trogir
  • *tour is also available from Split, or any other central Dalmatia location

Blue cave:
  • We will waste no time but head straight for our main goal. After a 2 hour travel by sea we will reach xsall island Bisevo, 5 miles south of the island Vis. Bisevo is best known for its Blue Cave (Modra Spilja), it is large, spacious and simply spectacular. This marvelous cave is a must-see attraction on the island of Bisevo. Swimming in the Blue cave is another unforgettable experience, leaving its visitors breathless.
Stiniva beach:
  • After visiting the island of Bisevo, our course leads us on a panoramic cruise to the south side of Island Vis. Our destination is the well known beach/cove of Stiniva where we will make a short swimming pause in its bay. Stiniva is unique due to its characteristic tiny sea entrance between high monumental rocks. As if enclosed by powerful tall rocks, age-old pine trees stand tall as its guards in this secret cove, which contains only the beach and a xsall beach house.
Green cave:
  • Following the Vis shoreline another 3 miles to the east, we will arrive to an archipelago of 8 xsall islands. Our first destination there is the Green Cave on Ravnik island.We will enter this interesting cave by boat. You will be amazed seeing a sunbeam entering this dark cave at its top and making a bright spot at the water surface and under it.
Vis town:
  • Our excursion continues to the town of Vis which was founded on the remains of ancient Issa, an island city-state and the foremost Greek colony in the Adriatic. Today, it’s best known for its deep, protective harbor and rich cultural past spanning over the past 2300 years. There we can enjoy a late lunch in one of its traditional taverns. You are welcome to taste and enjoy the aesthetically pleasing Vis cuisine, both simple and extraordinary. Only those who have never been in this xsall town can speak about it with indifference.

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