Blue Cave speedboat tour from Split
Tour price: 100€/750kn
Departure time: 07:30 AM
- Boat Ride
- Professional Crew
- Drinks on Boat
- Snorkeling Equipment
- Warm Jacket & Blankets
- Entrance Tickets
- Blue Cave
- Vis Island
- Hidden Cave
- Crystal Clear Sea
- Hvar Town
- Any Private Expenses
Our tour starts from the city of Split, meeting location is at Obala Lazareta 3, 21000 Split (Dock Sveti Nikola), near the main Promenade or at a location that is prearranged with you. Meet the crew and speed off towards the islands!
1:30 driving time
After an hour and a half we arrive at the famous Blue Cave where we have some free time to rest before we enter the cave.
Instead of waiting in lines and wasting your private time we will take you to hidden cave where you can swim inside and explore amazing bay where cave is hidden.
1 hour break
Discover amazing town on island Vis where Mamma Mia: Here we go again was filmed! Try local food, wine and explore true dalmatian town!
Cruising around the island
We will take you to a ride around island Vis where you will see amazing cliffs, hidden bays and small coves.
Crystal clear sea, stunning bays, amazing boat and even more amazing music! Perfect formula for a perfect trip!
2 hours break
Most popular location on Croatian islands! Walk on Hvar promenade, climb to fortress, grab a local food and explore small but stunning streets of one of the most popular destinations in Croatia!
The Blue Cave is widely regarded as the most beautiful thing in Croatia. The mesmerizing blue colour inside seeming almost magical in nature. Whilst it might be a beauty to witness, you’ll need to duck down inside the boat in order to pass through a narrow small opening.
If you ever imagined or enjoyed the thought of exploring 115 miles of one of the most beautiful coasts in the world in just one day, you are in luck! Pack a couple of things and let us take you on a memorable boat excursion from Split that will allow you to explore and see some of the most beautiful Adriatic islands: Blue Cave, Biševo Island, Vis Island, Hidden Cave, WW|| Submarine Tunnel, Shipwreck, Šolta island, Island Hopping.
Sightsee areas that you would otherwise miss, getting closer to the beautiful places of the Adriatic. A rememberable day touring between scenic locations that highlight the beauty of Croatia during this boat tour from Split.
Explore the highlight of the tour, the Blue Cave on island Biševo. Visit an authentic fisherman’s village Komiža on the beautiful island of Vis where the famous movie “Mamma Mia: Here we go again” was filmed. Cruise along the South side of the island and admire stunning cliffs and small caves. Swim and snorkel on Budikovac island’s pebble covered Blue Lagoon. Finish your luxurious day wandering the historic streets of Hvar and visit one of the most beautiful harbours of the world. Enjoy the rich cultural heritage and various charms of the Town.
There’s no shortage of time for sightseeing as well as for swimming and relaxation, the trip being an ideal way to see and admire one of the most beautiful Adriatic islands from a whole new perspective.
In case of tour cancellation by bad weather, full refund will be made or we will offer you to join the same tour on another day (subject to availability).
In case of medium wind our captain holds a right to change some locations for your own safety.
Tour is not recommended for pregnant women, participants with serious back or neck problems and children younger than 3 years.
About Blue Cave:
Blue Cave has been one of Croatia’s most prized tourist attractions what seems to be forever. First portrayed and described by Baron Eugen von Ransonet, Blue Cave was originally only accessible by diving below sea level, which brought upon a suggestion that an artificial entrance large enough for small boats be built in 1884.
Whilst the natural entrance to the cave is not used by tourists, it is located on the southern side, said to resemble a vault on the ceiling of a grotto. The blue light/aura in the cave being created by that submarine-like opening in the ceiling, creating an iridescent blue glow all around the cave. There’s also a stone like bar connecting two walls of the cave which visitors can clearly see below the waterline, both in underwater and above water photographs.
The cave is one of Croatia’s most popular attractions, attracting 10 000 tourist visits each year. There’s also a similar cave to the Blue Cave not far from it called “The Green Grotto”, which is bigger and has a similar effect, providing an emerald-green glow inside of it.
Croatia has several hundred beautiful cities/towns in it’s territory and it just so happens that Split is one of them. Enjoy one of the most popular vacation spots as you take in the sights. Admire the historical architecture and take a dip in the serene refreshing blue waters that surround the coast line of Split.
Split has shown quite a large gain in popularity in recent years due to the hit TV show Game of Thrones being filmed in the Diocletian Palace. One of the most popular aspects of Split being the Diocletian Palace that makes up the heart of the city. But if you would like to experience something more fulfilling, the city has a wide selection of restaurants to dine at, ranging from traditional Dalmatian meals to more world famous like Pizza.
For those that are still planning their trip to Croatia and are curious where they will stay, what they will do and how they are going to get there from the airport, don’t worry, we can provide anything. Contact us and let us assist you in finding an exciting excursion, private transfer or accommodation fit for your needs and wants!
What to do after?
Split, like many other places has a plethora of things to keep you busy. Anything from tours from Split to historic architecture that is brimming with history. You won’t be starved from enjoyment whilst visiting. But if you happen to want to know which other places you can visit and admire during your stay in Croatia, well, we’ll tell you about some.
Enjoy a relaxing and delicious meal in one of the numerous restaurants that litter Split. Our personal best picks being:
Konoba kod Joze – A restaurant specializing in typical Dalmatian cuisine. Decorated in an old rustic wooden design that gives it plenty of charm. The restaurant is popular among locals due to the named reasons.
Bakra Pizza & Steak Bar – Known for it’s charming modern design and delicious BBQ meals. Bakra has grown in popularity due to it’s delicious food and great service. If you were aching for something to sink your teeth into, Bakra would be the place to go.
Pizzeria Gušt – Rivaling even pizzas made in Italy. Gušt has been a place where you are sure to eat traditional Italian inspired Pizzas made by Pizza masters. The restaurant interior giving it a quaint rustic and wooden design that fills you with warmth; not to mention the mouth watering smell of Pizza that would make anyone want to stay and taste some.
And after you had your fill of delicious food you might just want to go exploring the historic architecture of Split in the Diocletian palace. The palace being one of Split’s proudest and most popular attractions. Just take a walk through it and you’ll realize just how beautiful it truly is.
What's Blue Cave tour from Split like?
It’s not a lie when we say the Blue Cave is the most beautiful thing you can see on the Adriatic sea with a tour from Split. Enjoy a refreshing experience sightseeing not just the mesmerizing blue glow of the cave, but also the beautiful scenery that Vis island provides. The island retainng its beauty even during pre-historic times. You can easily visit Vis from Split, but a Blue cave tour from Split will enable you to see Vis, Blue Cave, Komiža and Hvar.
There’s no shortage of things on a Blue cave tour from Split. The tour offering more than enough time to explore both Komiža and Hvar with a tour guide before grabbing a bite to eat. Vis town in particular having a rich history, even having the first round of Cricket played on Croatian soil. The island exchanging hands with Italy on several occasions due to its rich military history, still having remnants of old military forts on it for people to explore.
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