Split: 11-Hour Blue Cave and 5-Island Boat Tour
Spend some vacation time away from the hustle and bustle of the city life by venturing out to sea. Make the most of your day out as you explore the Blue Cave, as well as several must-see locations scattered throughout this relaxing bay area.
- Explore the unique Croatian natural phenomenon of the Blue Cave
- Visit the Monk Seal Cave located on the southern tip of the Biševo Island
- Encounter Stiniva Cove, an amazing hidden gem of Vis Island
- Relax, swim, and snorkel at Budikovac Island
- Sail through the Bay of Palmižana
DescriptionStart your day early by beginning with a visit to the Blue Cave, one of the top locations from Split. The cave turns aquamarine blue when the sun reflects through the sea floor and decorates the interior of the cave with the prettiest colors imaginable. Another hidden treasure just a few minutes away from the Blue Cave is the famous Monk Seal Cave, which is an unmissable stop when exploring the island of Vis. This cave is an adventurous paradise named after the Mediterranean monk seal that used to reside on its beach. Today it is visited by many tourists that come this way in search of excitement and natural wonders. Another beauty created by mother nature is the famous Stiniva Beach, hidden in a small narrow cove behind two tall cliffs that separate the serenity of the beach from the open sea. Enjoy swimming and snorkeling, and feel free to dive in and take a look beneath the surface. The next stop is Budikovac Island, complete with its wonderful Turquoise Lagoon. Whilst there, learn how the island is inhabited by only one person most of the year. This is the owner of a small restaurant on the island with an animal farm and a vegetable garden attached to it. The lagoon attracts visitors from all over the world with its amazing color that constantly changes from darker to lighter as the sun moves across the horizon. The journey continues towards the Pakleni Islands and the famous bay of Palmižana. Hidden in a dense pine tree forest and often filled with different boats and yachts, the Bay of Palmižana is highly ranked among the visitors of Hvar Island. It is considered to be the most famous Hvar tourist resort, and is a perfect place to relax in a beach bar or experience traditional Mediterranean cuisine. The final point of the tour is the city of Hvar. Whilst there, visit the old town - the sunniest spot in the country, to explore its historic core. This area is complete with amazing stone houses, elegant buildings, traffic-free streets, and inviting restaurants. Make the most of your free time there to get to know the easy-going life on the island, taste Hvar’s local food, experience eating in the authentic surroundings of local taverns, and learn about the Croatian Renaissance in the old house of the poet: Petar Hektorović.
IncludesBoat ride Professional crew Fridge stocked with drinks Snorkeling and safety equipment Warm jacket Shower on the boat VAT Insurance Ticket for the Blue Cave Lunch
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