Where is Blue Lagoon Split Croatia

Where is Blue Lagoon Croatia

Nestled between the two Krknjaši islands, this enchanting archipelago is blessed with crystal clear waters, ideal for swimming, snorkeling and fun in the sun.

Krknjaši is made out of two islets. Krknjaš Veli is an islet in the Adriatic Sea. Located east of the island of Drvenik Veli, which is about 600 meters away, and south of the island of Krknjaš Mali. Sailing from Krknjaš Veli to the south, you enter the Šolta Channel. Sailing east, you enter the Split Channel.

Maslinica close to Blue Lagoon is also a beautiful place, being the only Šoltan village which is placed in the West coast of the island. It is characterized by natural values ​​of the landscape, which along with the picturesque bay is made up of pine forests on the south side, and the immediate surroundings with a deep, well-sheltered bay Šešula and an archipelago of seven islands.


09:30 – Three Island Tour starts from Split Riva followed by a cruise along the south side of Ciovo Island, welcome drink serving
11:00 – Arrival to Nečujam with a half an hour stop for swimming and snorkeling above a sunken ship
11:30 – Departure from Nečujam followed by a cruise to Blue Lagoon on Drvenik Island
12:00 – Arrival to the Blue Lagoon, briefing and gathering of guests in the restaurant
12:15 – Lunch in the restaurant Mali Skoj followed by free time in the lagoon and optional off-road tour
14:30 – Departure from the Blue Lagoon followed by a cruise to Solta Island
15:00 – Arrival to Maslinica followed by sightseeing of the village and renaissance Marchi castle, coffee time and swimming
16:00 – Departure from Maslinica followed by a cruise back to Split and serving of fresh chilled watermelon
17:30 – Arrival to Split Riva


55€ (May, Oct)
60€ (June, Sept)
70€ (July, Aug)
Children from 4 – 11,99 years: (50% off)
Children to 3,99 years: FREE!

Duration: 09:30 – 17:30
Split Blue Lagoon full day
– operated by MY “Solo” fully equipped tour boat
– visit 3 unique locations, Nečujam, Blue Lagoon and village Maslinica
– traditional Dalmatian lunch in restaurant
– optional off-road tour
– use of waterslide, snorkeling gear and floaties
– professional boat crew including hostess specialized for guest experience

About the boat:
21 m – 104 PAX
Double decker fully prepared for all weather conditions
Sundeck with sun chairs
Waterslide – snorkeling gear – floaties
Kitchen – bar – 2 toilets
Wifi – PA sound system – 24v/220v/380v power

Blue Lagoon tour Split Highlights

The trip starts at 9:30 from Split waterfront “Riva”. Soon after, we pass under monastery Gospe od Prizidnice, built in cliffs of Čiovo island. Established during renaissance, it gave peace and shelter to Franciscan monks for centuries.

Around 11:30 am Solo arrives at the blue lagoon Krknjaši of Drvenik Veli Island. The Blue lagoon Krknjasi is a true perl in the Adriatic neckless. With it’s shallow, crystal clear water over sandy sea bed it is a perfect location for snorkeling, fishing, underwater photography or any other activity. Also, you can explore nearby villages and meet ancient dalmatian village architecture as well as it’s beautiful nature. As an optional, we prepared one hour off road tour across the Drvenik island with our Puch Pinzgauer, special off road military vehicle. In case you prefer to stay within our preserve, you can enjoy the sea or play a round of table tennis with your friends. This forested area is here for your use only. It has all necessary facilities to make your stay pleasant and comfortable but in the same time, it is environmental friendly, CO2 free and 100% powered by renewable sources.

At 12:15 lunch shall be served, fish or chicken freshly grilled over wood fire, with pinch of rosemary picked from our own garden, bread and salad, accompanied by high quality wine from Vis island, a homeland of wine. White “Rukatac” wine or red “Plavac mali”, it is up to you to choose.

Around 3:00 pm, Solo shall take you to half our cruise to Maslinica village on Šolta island. Upon arrival, you have an hour and a half for sightseeing or hanging out with locals in one of the local cafeterias. Beside other attractions you’ll be able to visit an original 17 century castle, built in 1603 by a noble family Marchi. It’s outstanding landscape and architecture shall give a final touch to your great day.

Departure from Maslinica is at 16:00. Arrival to Split is expected at 17:30.

Tours similar to the Blue Lagoon

If you’ve enjoyed the excursion to the Blue Lagoon, you are bound to enjoy these other tours that are similar. Most if not all boat tours nowadays offering several stops along the way to visit multiple locations. But the ones we recommend would be:
Hvar & Pakleni islands catamaran tour – This tour will take you to see the beautiful island of Hvar, along with the Pakleni islands (Hell’s islands) on a comfortable catamaran where you can lay down on the nets in front and bask in the sunlight, truly a refreshing experience.
Sailing tour (Full, Half and Sunset) – If you just want to spend time on the boat sailing across the Dalmatian coastline, this would be the perfect tour. Choose the length of the trip and simply lay back and enjoy where the waves take you.

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    What to do after?

    You might be wondering what to do after you enjoy a day of relaxing on the mesmerizing Blue Lagoon on a tour from Split. Split in particular having several things to get yourself up to during your Vacation in Croatia. Enjoy yourselves by exploring the historic architecture of the Diocletian palace.

    But if exploration of old architecture isn’t to your liking, you can always go venture off and sight see one of Split‘s most popular attractions, Marjan forest hill. Relax on one of numerous beaches that litter the surroundings of the forest hill, the beaches being one of if not the cleanest beaches in all of Split, offering plenty of shade and privacy depending on which one you go to. Split being a fantastic place to visit whether it be for exploring history, going on a beach or experience a fun and exciting tour to a new place.

    After going on a Blue lagoon tour in Croatia or any other boat tour. Enjoy a refreshing experience that has everything included, from the tickets to free lunch in a charming restaurant. Krka Waterfalls from Split is one of the best tours to take part in, whether it’s your first time going or your tenth.

    Excitement and adrenaline pumping action is all that Rafting is. Experience something different from a Blue Lagoon tour from Split by going on a river Rafting tour. There are very few tours that are perfectly suited for all ages, from young to old, Rafting can be enjoyed by many.

    Walking tours may not seem like the most thrilling tour option out there. But if you want to have a change of pace from adrenaline and full day trips, it might just be the perfect tour for you after Blue Lagoon tour from Split. Enjoy a refreshing couple of hours simply walking around and sightseeing.

    What places to visit

    Blue Lagoon tour will take you to see three different locations, but that might not be enough for you. Explore and widen your horizons with several other islands and towns to set foot on during your Vacation. Decide between various locations to brighten your trip with. Anything from serene calming islands that litter the coastline of Dalmatia to historic architectural towns found all across Croatia’s land.

    Some of the most notable places to visit after you already visited the Blue Lagoon would be:

    • Hvar- Widely considered as the party island in Croatia due to the wide selection of clubs and music festivals that keep being held there. Hvar has garnered quite the reputation for its beauty and large size, being easy to visit during one or multiple days.
    • Vis – If you’re not afraid of spending more than one day on an island, we can’t recommend Vis enough. The island being known for its beauty, architecture, along with having an old military base built on it. Vis is one of those islands that are a hidden gem, not being that popular due to the distance it takes to get there, but the beaches are well worth it.
    • Trogir- A small town relatively close to the ever popular Split. Trogir being known for its gorgeous Cathedral, which is best to visit with a professional guide that will tell you everything you need to know about this small town.