Blue Cave Tour


Once all the participants have arrived, the guide will escort the group to the speedboat on the Split promenade or as the locals would say – The Riva. The guests will embark a comfortable and powerful speedboat that will ensure a safe yet exciting one and a half hour ride to the island of Biševo – the first location, where The Blue Cave is hidden.


Price: 69€ /per person
54€ /child (0-10yrs)


To confirm the reservation it is necessary to make a 20eur booking deposit.

Included in the price: skipper, guide, bottle of water, safety equipment, insurance
Not included in the price: lunch, Blue cave entrance tickets


Cancellation policy: Full refund for all cancellations until 24 hours before the start time of the tour.

Safety measures during COVID-19: Crew members and staff required to wash hands regularly, all guests required to use hand sanitizer, boats and equipment sanitized between use, regular temperature checks for staff.

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Blue Cave

Blue Cave Tour CroatiaThe Blue Cave is situated on the eastern side of the island of Biševo only 5 nautical miles from the town Komiža on the island of Vis. The small island of Biševo which has around ten permanent residents became famous in 1884 when the Blue Cave was discovered. It was first discovered by local divers as the natural entrance is below sea level. In 1884 an Austrian Baron Eugen von Ransonnet discovered the cave and built an artificial entrance by mining it. The great number of passengers that visit the Blue Cave every year use this entrance to this day. The natural entrance of the cave is spread below sea level such as a vault. When the sun is at its highest, its light penetrates through the opening which creates a dazzling blue colour in the interior or perhaps it would be better to say countless shades of blue. This is one of the first stops on the tour for an important reason - the interior is best illuminated in the morning hours when the sun is high and the sea is calm.

Komiža Town

Blue Cave Tour CroatiaKomiža town on the island of Vis is the second location on the tour. The morning hours are the perfect time to enjoy a coffee or breakfast on the seaside while gazing at the waterfront full of boats visiting the small town. Sightsee the traditional architecture of this fishermen’s town also a filming site of the Mamma Mia 2 movie. Discover its history at the Fishermen’s museum - one of a kind in Croatia.

Stiniva Bay

Stiniva Bay Blue Cave Tour CroatiaThe beautiful natural Stiniva bay located on the island of Vis is protected as a nature reserve. The island of Vis is situated quite far from the mainland at open sea. The strong sea waves that have been crashing its coast for centuries have created fascinating forms of the rocks and cliffs. The Stiniva cove used to be a cave and it still has that shape with its high unreachable rocky cliffs on both sides. The entrance to the cove is around 100m wide. Its unique location and pebble beach make it a popular location for visitors

Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon Blue Cave Tour CroatiaEnjoy swimming from the boat in the stunning turquoise lagoon that stretches out in front of the island of Budikovac. This uninhabited island can only be accessed by private boats and is considered paradise by sailors and tourists because of its crystal clear sea and natural protection from winds. Swimming and snorkelling from the boat at the Blue Lagoon is the perfect refreshment on a hot day before heading towards the island of Hvar.

Pakleni Islands

Palmizana Bay Blue Cave Tour CroatiaKeep your eyes peeled for dolphins or sea turtles as we head towards the Pakleni islands and the island of Hvar. After an exciting boat ride, we will slowly cruise through the Pakleni islands - an archipelago of islands and islets scattered in front of the town of Hvar. Admire the beauty of untouched nature and sparkling crystal clear water. The Palmižana cove is a small yet very popular destination for guests visiting this part of Croatia. The rich plantlife, sandy beach and botanical garden create a peaceful atmosphere to sense the true Mediterranean.

Hvar Town

 Hvar Blue Cave Tour CroatiaThe last stop on the tour is planned on the island of Hvar, which has become one of the most famous islands for visitors worldwide. The sunniest island in Croatia also known for its lavender fields all over the island is also proud of its rich historical heritage. There will be approximately an hour and a half to spend on Hvar - enough time to enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants on the promenade or to explore its historical sites. Climb up the Fortica Fortress and enjoy the stunning view of the town with your camera ready! After a day full of sightseeing, swimming and cruising, relax on the ride back to Split just before sunset.