Visit beautiful Blue cave.

Blue cave tour from Split and Hvar

What are we going to visit?


One of the most unique natural phenomena in the world, the Blue Cave on island Bisevo in Croatia will be a highlight of your holiday in Croatia. With its silvery-blue color, created by light refraction of sunlight entering through a crack in the stone, it leaves nobody indifferenton our boat trip. It wasn’t until recently that the cave was open for public and it has been a must-see location ever since its opening. When you arrive on island Biševo you will get of the boat, skipper will give you your entrance ticket for the cave and you are ready to move on. You will notice small wooden boats which will take you inside. Entrance is really small so at one moment you will have to crouch in the center of the boat while sailor takes you inside.


Stiniva Bay on island Vis is one of those places that will make you feel so small in this world. It is difficult to spot it for many skippers but our experienced staff will take you to throw a glance on that hidden peace of heaven. It is believed that it was created many many years ago when one huge cave collapsed so now, thanks to that two huge cliffs that are closing the cove it feels like you are entering Roman amphitheatre. No wonder that its been protected as Croatia Natural monument since 1967.


Green cave has two entrances big enough to go inside with our speedboat. On top of the cave there is a hole which enables sunlight to enter inside. It is amazing to swim under that light. You can borrow snorkeling mask on the boat and discover this green underwater world.


Palmižana is a small settlement on Pakleni islands near island Hvar. Palmizana is a local name for island St. Clement which is a part of Pakleni islands archipelago stretching all the way to Hvar town on the island of Hvar. Its many bays and hidden beaches has been a magnet for many travelers visiting Croatia and its hidden pearls located on the Adriatic sea.


The amount of beauty in one place is absolutely marvelous. This stunning town is one of the major ports with the same named island and one of the most important highlights in Croatia.

It is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island and one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It is administratively part of the Split-Dalmatia county in Dalmatia, Croatia.The town is located in a small bay on the south coast of the Hvar island

Included in price

Included in price 90€ per person

Meeting point of Blue Cave trip

Location of meeting point is Gat Sv. Nikole its small pier in Split ferry port.