Blue Cave tour is not just a tour to the island of Bisevo, but also a tour of beautiful islands in the Split archipelago which you will pass on your way to the Blue Cave. Your tour will start from Trogir early in the morning at a designated meeting point. Here you will receive more details about the tour and prepare yourselves for a day of fun, boat ride and swimming. Our speedboats are safe and secure, and also the fastest way for you to get to Bisevo, and have time to stop on Vis, Pakleni islands and Hvar.
The tour starts at 07:00 (or 7:30 a.m.) After a short pick-up in Split, the first boat ride is the longest since our first stop is the famous Blue Cave on Bisevo, so that you may enjoy in the sunbeams piercing through the cave walls early in the morning. Blue Cave is one of the most popular Croatian landmarks, a true natural wonder, very popular among tourists, so keep in mind that you might need to wait for your turn to enter the cave, but it is worth the wait. Once you enter the Blue Cave, have your cameras ready for the blue symphony.
Next place we’ll visit is a fishermen village Komiza on the island of Vis. Komiza is just opposite the island of Bisevo so this will be a short speedboat ride, and you will have some time in Komiza to explore it on your own, have some coffee, or visit the museum on the promenade riva. Once we leave Komiza we will continue our tour by visiting the Monk Seal Cave and one of the most popular beaches in Croatia – the Stiniva beach. Stiniva is a small beach on the south side of the island of Vis, and is famous for its narrow limestone cliffs descending into the sea and surrounding the beach. It is possible to reach the beach by foot from the island, but it is much better and easier to get to the beach from the sea side. It is not possible to enter the beach by boat, so prepare yourselves for some swimming. Unlike Stiniva, we can reach our next destination by boat. Our next stop is all about swimming and snorkeling on a beautiful beach on the island Budikovac.
Once we leave the island of Vis, we will make a panoramic view ride of Paklinski islands, the most popular nautical destination on the Adriatic. Paklinski islands and Palmizana are famous for clear blue sea, beautiful nature, some of the most popular Croatian restaurants and lounge bars.
The final stop on our tour is the island of Hvar and the city of Hvar. The island of Hvar is one of the most popular islands in Croatia, and its beauty lies in its diversity and historical beauty. You will have enough time to take a stroll through the streets of Hvar, grab a bite or enjoy a cup of coffee in front of the cathedral. Hvar is known for its vibrant nightlife, but you can enjoy its serene side during the day.
At the end of our Blue Cave from Trogir tour, our speed boat will take you back to Split and Trogir. The entire tour was designed to combine the perfect amount of boat ride, leisure and sightseeing, so we hope you enjoy it.
DEPARTURE TIME IN OFF SEASON: 01.05.–30.06. & 01.09.–30.09 at 07:30 a.m.
DEPARTURE TIME IN HIGH SEASON: 01.07.-31.08. at 07:00 a.m.
The following itinerary applies in high season.
07:00 Meeting in Trogir and short ride to Split
07:30 Setting off to the Blue Cave on Vis island
Get comfortable in your seat and prepare yourselves for a speedboat ride to one of the most popular Croatian tourist attractions, the Blue Cave on the island of Bisevo. Speedboat is the fastest way to get around the islands, and is also very safe and secure. The whole day will be packed with island hopping, swimming and sunbathing on Croatia’s most popular beaches. Once we give you the full schedule for the day, our tour starts.
09:00 Discovering the Blue Cave and Monk Seal Cave
The first stop on our tour is the island of Bisevo and the famous Blue Cave. Our ride from Trogir to the Blue Cave is the longest ride of the day and it will take about one hour and a half to get there. The Blue Cave is the first on our list since it is the morning that is the best part of the day to see the Blue Cave. The sun enters through the cave walls from beneath, thus creating a blue light all over the cave. Make sure you have your cameras ready before we enter the cave. Due to its immense popularity, some waiting in queue is to be expected. Swimming in the Blue Cave is prohibited, so that is not an option. There will be enough time to swim on our tour anyway.
10:00 – Sightseeing of Komiza and the island of Vis
You’ll be back on the boat for a short ride and continue to visit the fishermen village of Komiza, right opposite the island of Bisevo. Komiza is known for its history and natural beauties, so take some time to enjoy the serenity of Komiza. Take a stroll, have a cup of coffee or just sit and take in all the sights, smells and sounds of summer on the island.
11:30 Stiniva beach– swimming time
It is time to have a swim in the crystal clear Adriatic Sea, and what better place for swimming than the famous beach Stiniva on the island of Vis, voted Europe’s Best Beach in 2016. Beach Stiniva and the sea in front of the beach are known worldwide, so take a dip in Adriatic and cool off a bit before we continue our island tour. The limestone cliffs around the entrance to the beach will make great photos.
12:30 Swimming and snorkeling on Budikovac island
Then is time to swim and snorkel for one hour at Blue lagoon situated on Budikovac island, just few min away from island Ravnik. There is gorgeous shallow water with sandy beach with one restaurant and coffee bar, a relaxing place if you want to have some refreshments during or after swim.
14:00 Pakleni islands panoramic view
After leaving Vis, we continue our boat ride to Pakleni Islands, famous archipelago in front of the city of Hvar and the island of Hvar. Pakleni islands are the perfect place for nature lovers, a place where you can take great pictures directly from the speed boat. Our crew will be more than happy to stop with the ride in order to give you the chance to capture amazing photos.
14:30 Free time to enjoy in Hvar town
Next amazing place we’ll visit is the city of Hvar on the island of Hvar. Hvar is one of the oldest towns in Croatia and is a famous touristic spot, thanks to its rich history, cultural beauties, rich nightlife and great accommodation options. We will spend some time in the city of Hvar, where you can discover its streets, climb to fortress Spanjola, visit the Franciscan monastery, just lay somewhere on the beach or to have a lunch.
17:00 – 19:00 Departure from Hvar to Split & Trogir
Finally, it is time we wrap up our tour and say goodbye to Hvar and have a boat ride back to the cities of Split and Trogir. On the way back you can enjoy the panoramic views of the islands Brac and Solta.