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Blue Cave Croatia

Blue Cave Croatia tour from Split

Ready to explore the best of Croatia's coastline? Join us on our boat excursion and discover the hidden gems of the Adriatic Sea! From the famous Blue Cave Croatia to five stunning islands, you'll get to experience a unique adventure that will leave you with unforgettable memories. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will take you to this magical destination and show you the natural beauty of the underwater world. See for yourself why everyone raves about the Blue Cave Croatia!
Enjoy an experience like no other as we take you on a magical excursion across beautiful Bisevo, Vis, Budikovac, Pakleni Archipelago, and Hvar. Sail away with us and discover stunning beaches, hidden lagoons and picturesque islands. Plus, you'll get to savour delicious Mediterranean cuisine in a fancy restaurant on a desolate island.
Enjoy the best of our coast in just one day, witness breathtaking views, explore historic sites, and soak up the culture. Feel the sun, sea and wind on your skin as you explore some of Croatia's most beautiful sights.
Cruise the aquatorium with and explore the world's most exclusive hotspots! From sheikhs, movie stars, top athletes, and industrial magnates - everyone has been here - what are you waiting for? Let's set sail for Blue Cave Croatia!
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Blue cave

Price includes

Boat ride
Bottle of water
Professional crew
Snorkeling equipment

Price does not include

Any additional costs
Enterance fee for Blue Cave
Gratuities for crew and guide


Tickets for the Blue Cave are not included in the price and will be charged later upon arrival at the meeting point. The reason for this is that the operation of the cave depends on the weather conditions at sea.



Blue Cave tour from Split starts in early morning from the main Riva promenade.

Blue Cave Croatia

The cave is one of the best known natural spots on the Adriatic. Its popularity is growing day by day because of the glowing blue colour that apperas by the refraction and reflection of sunlight off the sea floor.. Originally the cave was accessible only by diving because natural entrance is below the sea level. Based on suggestion of Baron Eugen von Ransonet in 1884. they breached the entrrance. From that time entrance was large enough for small rowing boats. This is the place that will make indelible impression on you, must see when you are visiting Croatia.


Is located at the southern part of the island Vis.There are two ways to get to Stiniva cove, on foot or by boat. You are swimming in the turquoise sea to get to the beach. Cove or a bay is best known for its unique natural beauty dominated by high cliffs that form a small “sea entrance” to this pebble beach. It was announced as „ the most most beautiful beach in the Europe“, by tourism organisation - „European Best Destinations“

Blue Lagoon

This island has only one resident who lives on the island throughout the year. he owns a small farm and a restaurant. On the island you can meet donkeys, horses, chickens and many other animals. It is one of the most popular lagoon for swimming in the crystal clear turquoise sea and enjoying in underwater word. The lagoon is shallow, so you can easily find shells as souvenirs, while snorkeling.

Pakleni islands

Pakleni islands is an archipelago of Hvar that contains 21 islands. Each of them has a specific purpose, focused on the production of local products such as lavender, honey, olive oil... the archipelago has many hidden beaches, coves, but also bars and restaurants, such as Laganini or Carpe diem on some of the islets.


The return is in the afternoon at the same place of departure.

What to take on the Blue Cave tour

It is recommended that you wear some comfortable clothes, bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, sunglasses.

Is lunch included in the price?

No, for that reason we recommend bringing your own food or going to a restaurant.

Can pregnant women go on a trip?

Speedboats are pretty fast so it’s not recommended for pregnant woman

How long does it take to sightsee the Blue Cave?

It depends on the date of your arrival. If it is the season, then the waiting times are slightly longer than in the pre-season.

Is it possible to swim in the Blue Cave?

Blue Cave and the entire Vis archipelago is under UNESCO protection.

What happens in case of bad weather ?

We are in close contact before tour starts, so we can decide whether to cancel, keep, or reschedule the tour. Forecast is often wrong, keep in mind, and sometimes in case of bad forecast it is best to make decision right before the tour starts, when we see development of situation.

When to arrive?

If the tour is scheduled at 9AM, come at 9AM.. No need to come earlier.

Is it possible to take photos in the Blue Cave?

Of course yes, but without using flashlight. The flashlight bothers the drivers of the wooden boats.

Do we have a place to put small things ?

 Yes, we have a box available, to put bottle of water, mobile phone and similar things.... for bigger and more items, please bring additional backpack

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