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Blue cave

Regardless of which of our two trips to Bisevo’s Blue cave you choose and wheather you start the trip from Split or Hvar, the visit to this unique location will heavily impress you. We will take you to the Blue cave with a speedboat and the tour will be carried out by a smaller vessel that is specialized for entry into the cave. When you speak about your impressions of the trip in the future you will probably differentiate the time spent on the trip on the part before and after the visit to the Blue cave because the cave is definitely the highlight of both trips.

The nature has jealously guarded the beauty of the Blue cave by making it almost inaccessible to humans. On a suggestion by baron Ransonet, the underwater entrance was widened in 1884. just enough so that a small dinghy can pass through which enabled larger groups of people to visit the cave.The interest for the Blue cave has rapidly risen in the last two decades thanks to the internet and sharing of the unbelievable videos of the cave. Our crew which will guide your trip will, as always, make the ultimate effort to make your impression of the visit even stronger.

Bisevo island

Bisevo is a small island just 5.8km2 in size and only 4km away from Vis island. Only a few people live on it. The island is most famous for its Blue cave but it also a much less known fact that it hides many more sea caves, beautiful sand and pebble beaches, cliffs and other beautiful natural attractions.

Regardless of its small surface, Bisevo is an exceptionally inspiring location for sailing and boating in general. Its shores show a particularly strong influence of the sea and are a true testament of its relentlessness due to its geographic position far out in the open Adriatic. Because of these conditions the nature has created a true little museum of erosion creations due to the influence of the sea and salt.

Stiniva

When you just sail into Stiniva cove it is hard to imagine what kind of revelation awaits at the end of the cove. A pebble beach well hidden by the cliffs on the south side of Vis becomes visible only when you get close enough. Because of its unique shape and ambience the cove has been declared a nature reserve.

The beach in Stiniva cove can be reached by a boat up to 50 meters distance and then you continue by swimming or by paddling a tender. A small fisherman’s house made of stone has been turned into a bar. The time spent at this unique place is usually used by guests for photography, snorkeling or just to relax.

Vis island

Around 3600 people live on Vis island, and the most inhabited places are Vis town and Komiza. Through history the island is remembered as an allied military airport during the World War II so the seabed around Vis hides many wrecks of allied bombers shot down during the war. After the war end up until 1945. Vis was home to a strategically important Yugoslavian national army base so it was off limits to visitation by foreign nationals.

The lengthy isolation had a positive influence on the preservation of the island which in means a lot for tourism because it means that the island is packed with all sorts of attractions. Especially attractive is the cliff ridden south side of the island where there are Green cave on Ravnik island, Stiniva cove, and Budikovac island which you will have the opportunity to visit on our trips.

Budikovac

The small island Budikovac is located only 750 meters off Vis island and 1700 meters from the popular attraction Green cave on Ravnik island. The maritime space between Small and Large Budikovac is often described as Blue lagoon even though the color of the sea in this area is area is actually a beautiful green color, or to be more precise – turquoise.

The lagoon is protected from the northern and southern wind which prevails in the summer months so it is very suitable for anchoring and enjoying in swimming and snorkeling. There is a restaurant on Budikovac that is located in the shade of pine trees and offers a local cuisine. Right in front of the restaurant, on the southern side is a pebble beach and a vineyard. The path along the vineyard leads to a beach on the north side of island.

Hvar

Hvar town carries the same name as the island itself, is the most inhabited place on the island. In front of the town, on the southern side it is naturally protected by a group of islands called Pakleni islands. The dominating structure of the town is Spanjola fortress which features a panoramic view of the entire maritime area from Hvar town to Vis and Korcula islands.

Tourism in Hvar has a long tradition and it has become world famous, especially in the last few decades because it is visited mostly by the most luxurious yachts and many world famous people and celebrities. Numerous restaurants, clubs, hotels are keeping the pace with ever increasing luxurious offerings and prices catered to a rich clientele. A walk through the town will reveal you many cultural and historic monuments while the architecture of older buildings gives away a strong influence of the Venetian Republic.

Palmizana

Paklinski islands (populary named Pakleni islands) are a group of islands that is comprised of 16 islands located south of Hvar town. The largest among them is Sveti Klement (Saint Clement) on which is located the most popular cove Vinogradisce which is most commonly called Palmizana.

During summer months the cove is very busy because almost all the guests located in Hvar town regularly visit Palmizana. The cove is ideally protected from all winds except the southern ones so many vessels anchor there. All bars, restaurants and clubs in the cove have a nice view on the turquoise color of the sea and the anchored ships. A light and short walk through the pine forest gets you to a beach on the north side of the island where there is a marina with all the related contents.

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TripAdvisor

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#1 of 59 Tours in Hvar

Highly rated, great service and low price! Need more?Take advantage of an additional discount – 20% off Blue Cave Tour

Blue cave

Regardless of which of our two trips to Bisevo’s Blue cave you choose and wheather you start the trip from Split or Hvar, the visit to this unique location will heavily impress you. We will take you to the Blue cave with a speedboat and the tour will be carried out by a smaller vessel that is specialized for entry into the cave. When you speak about your impressions of the trip in the future you will probably differentiate the time spent on the trip on the part before and after the visit to the Blue cave because the cave is definitely the highlight of both trips.

The nature has jealously guarded the beauty of the Blue cave by making it almost inaccessible to humans. On a suggestion by baron Ransonet, the underwater entrance was widened in 1884. just enough so that a small dinghy can pass through which enabled larger groups of people to visit the cave. The interest for the Blue cave has rapidly risen in the last two decades thanks to the internet and sharing of the unbelievable videos of the cave. Our crew which will guide your trip will, as always, make the ultimate effort to make your impression of the visit even stronger.

Bisevo island

Bisevo is a small island just 5.8km2 in size and only 4km away from Vis island. Only a few people live on it. The island is most famous for its Blue cave but it also a much less known fact that it hides many more sea caves, beautiful sand and pebble beaches, cliffs and other beautiful natural attractions.

Regardless of its small surface, Bisevo is an exceptionally inspiring location for sailing and boating in general. Its shores show a particularly strong influence of the sea and are a true testament of its relentlessness due to its geographic position far out in the open Adriatic. Because of these conditions the nature has created a true little museum of erosion creations due to the influence of the sea and salt.

Stiniva

When you just sail into Stiniva cove it is hard to imagine what kind of revelation awaits at the end of the cove. A pebble beach well hidden by the cliffs on the south side of Vis becomes visible only when you get close enough. Because of its unique shape and ambience the cove has been declared a nature reserve.

The beach in Stiniva cove can be reached by a boat up to 50 meters distance and then you continue by swimming or by paddling a tender. A small fisherman’s house made of stone has been turned into a bar. The time spent at this unique place is usually used by guests for photography, snorkeling or just to relax.

Vis island

Around 3600 people live on Vis island, and the most inhabited places are Vis town and Komiza. Through history the island is remembered as an allied military airport during the World War II so the seabed around Vis hides many wrecks of allied bombers shot down during the war.

After the war end up until 1945. Vis was home to a strategically important Yugoslavian national army base so it was off limits to visitation by foreign nationals. The lengthy isolation had a positive influence on the preservation of the island which in means a lot for tourism because it means that the island is packed with all sorts of attractions. Especially attractive is the cliff ridden south side of the island where there are Green cave on Ravnik island, Stiniva cove, and Budikovac island which you will have the opportunity to visit on our trips.

Budikovac

The small island Budikovac is located only 750 meters off Vis island and 1700 meters from the popular attraction Green cave on Ravnik island. The maritime space between Small and Large Budikovac is often described as Blue lagoon even though the color of the sea in this area is area is actually a beautiful green color, or to be more precise – turquoise.
The lagoon is protected from the northern and southern wind which prevails in the summer months so it is very suitable for anchoring and enjoying in swimming and snorkeling. There is a restaurant on Budikovac that is located in the shade of pine trees and offers a local cuisine. Right in front of the restaurant, on the southern side is a pebble beach and a vineyard. The path along the vineyard leads to a beach on the north side of island.

Hvar

Hvar town carries the same name as the island itself, is the most inhabited place on the island. In front of the town, on the southern side it is naturally protected by a group of islands called Pakleni islands. The dominating structure of the town is Spanjola fortress which features a panoramic view of the entire maritime area from Hvar town to Vis and Korcula islands.
Tourism in Hvar has a long tradition and it has become world famous, especially in the last few decades because it is visited mostly by the most luxurious yachts and many world famous people and celebrities. Numerous restaurants, clubs, hotels are keeping the pace with ever increasing luxurious offerings and prices catered to a rich clientele. A walk through the town will reveal you many cultural and historic monuments while the architecture of older buildings gives away a strong influence of the Venetian Republic.

Palmizana

Paklinski islands (populary named Pakleni islands) are a group of islands that is comprised of 16 islands located south of Hvar town. The largest among them is Sveti Klement (Saint Clement) on which is located the most popular cove Vinogradisce which is most commonly called Palmizana.
During summer months the cove is very busy because almost all the guests located in Hvar town regularly visit Palmizana. The cove is ideally protected from all winds except the southern ones so many vessels anchor there. All bars, restaurants and clubs in the cove have a nice view on the turquoise color of the sea and the anchored ships. A light and short walk through the pine forest gets you to a beach on the north side of the island where there is a marina with all the related contents.

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