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From Split: Blue Cave and 5 islands-Day Tour84 Reviews
Spend a day on the water cruising in a speed boat and visiting the local highlights. Visit the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo, swim at the pebble beach in Stiniva Cove, and try authentic Dalmatian cuisine on the island of Budikovac.
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- Take a dip, or snorkel in crystal clear water with the gear provided
- Enter the Blue Cave and admire the stunning natural light display
- Explore secluded bays and islands far away from city crowds
- See the natural beauty of Pakleni Islands
- Explore the rustic cobblestoned streets and stunning beaches of Hvar
DescriptionThe tour starts with a visit to the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo. The Blue Cave is a natural phenomenon that is famous for its vibrant blue color that illuminates the cave's interior. The light is caused by the sun's reflection off the white seabed, creating a surreal and stunning visual effect. You will be taken on a small boat to the cave where you can admire the natural beauty of this magnificent cave. The tour then takes you to the island of Vis, where you can explore the charming fishing village of Komiža, sample some of the local cuisine, and relax on one of the island's many beautiful beaches. Nex stop of the tour is Stiniva beach. Stiniva beach is a secluded and picturesque beach located on the southern coast of the island of Vis in Croatia. It is situated in a narrow cove that is surrounded by high cliffs, which gives the beach a unique and stunning appearance. The beach itself is quite small and is covered in white pebbles, making it a great spot for sunbathing and relaxation. Next, you will visit Pakleni Islands, a group of 20 small islands and islets located off the coast of Hvar island in Croatia. They are known for their stunning natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and secluded beaches, and are a popular destination for boating, swimming, and sunbathing. The islands got their name from the resin that was once collected from the pine trees on the islands and used for shipbuilding - the Croatian word for resin is 'paklina', hence the name 'Pakleni' (which means 'hellish' in Croatian, although the islands themselves are anything but hellish). The tour continues with a visit to the island of Hvar, where you can explore the historic town of Hvar, visit the impressive Fortica Fortress, and enjoy some of the local food and wine.
IncludesSpeedboat ride Bottle of water Use of snorkeling equipment Travel insurance Port taxes Skipper and sailor Fuel Vat
- During the tour, you will have stops for coffee, toilet, lunch, and swimming