Vis Island
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  • From Split and Trogir: 5 Islands and Blue Cave Day Trip

    1. From Split and Trogir: 5 Islands and Blue Cave Day Trip

    Visit 5 of Croatia’s islands in style with a fun-filled day trip by speedboat. Head on an adventure where you explore caves, swim and snorkel, and discover Dalmatian towns.  Choose either Trogir or Split as your starting point. And best of all, choose from either a small-group or private experience.  Cruise on a 90-minute speedboat journey to reach your first stop, the Blue Cave. Explore the cave in a small fishing boat as you take in its famous crystal blue waters.  Next up is a visit the island of Vis for you to explore the village of Komiža in 1 hour of free time. Discover the traditional Dalmatian fishing village with its narrow streets, pebble beaches, and inviting promenade.   Swing by Stiniva Cove next, accessing the cove at the sunniest time of the day for a quick 15-minute dip. Then head to Budikovac Island for your next activity: snorkeling and swimming in the Blue Lagoon....

    This experience was fantastic, and would happily do it again. The first stop was the blue cave which was stunning, the initial speedboat ride to get there was long so be prepared, but fun! The next stops were beautiful and we were there just the right amount of time. The blue lagoon was nice, but overrated I think and the beach is pebbled so a bit rough on the feet. We were lucky as we had perfect weather which made the boat ride perfectly fine but I can imagine it could be pretty rough weather dependant. Would definitely recommend this trip and Mario and Elena were fantastic.

  • Blue Cave & Hvar Tour: Five Islands from Split

    2. Blue Cave & Hvar Tour: Five Islands from Split

    Jump on a speedboat for an early morning, exciting 90-minute ride to Biševo Island and visit the Blue Cave from Split. Your tour is timed perfectly for you to experience memorable scenery as the sunlight reflects through the sea and illuminates the entire cave in aquamarine blue light. Be entertained with stories from your official local guide on how the cave was discovered. Next, travel to Monk Seal cave where the Mediterranean seal used to reside. Pass by the WWII military bunkers on the Southern side of the island and discover small caves, beaches and diverse forms of nature and rocks caused by sea changes. Your next destination is Stiniva Bay, voted best European beach in 2016 where you'll get to stop for a swim in the unique Narrow Bay. Afterwards, stop on Budikovac island for a longer swim on a hidden white pebble beach with turquoise water. Here you will have more than enough ti...

    The tour was great! My girlfriend was a little afraid as she gets seasick very fast but she had no problems and enjoyed the boat tour as well. The atmosphere was fantastic, everyone (the boat driver and the other passengers) were very friendly, the music at the boat was so nice and the locations we visited were so beautiful. Swimming in the sea and watching the fishes and the corals was also fun. I can only recommend the tour to everyone who is visiting Split!

  • From Split: Blue Cave & Five Islands With Hvar Boat Tour

    3. From Split: Blue Cave & Five Islands With Hvar Boat Tour

    Your journey begins in Split from where you will set off to one of the most famous places on the Adriatic – the Blue Cave. The Blue Cave on Biševo island is one those surreal places that reminds you just how beautiful the world can be once you escape the city. While waiting to enter the Blue Cave, you will explore Bear Cave, where a colony of Mediterranean monk seals used to live- the Cave is intimidating and dark, yet amazing and truly magnificent. At around 12 o’clock it is time to head to the southern part of the island and visit Stiniva Beach – voted the best beach in Europe. It is breathtakingly secluded with a sea entrance that is just 16 feet wide. Afterwards, you will go for a swimming brake to the hidden turquoise lagoon on Island Vis to enjoy the untouched nature of this part of the island. This is the time to relax on the pebbled beach, swim, and soak up the sun. At 1:40 pm,...

  • Brač: Magical Blue Cave Island Hopping

    4. Brač: Magical Blue Cave Island Hopping

    Begin your tour from Milna on Brač island and head directly to Biševo island, where the famous Blue Cave is located. Make the most of your visit to this magical place by going when the seas are calmer in the morning. Anchor nearby, then take a small wooden paddle boat to enter the cave, ducking your head as you do so as the entrance is very small. Once inside, marvel at the cave's magnificent blue color as it is illuminated by sunshine making its way through an opening in the rock. Spend some time soaking up the unique atmosphere of the Blue Cave, which was only discovered by divers in 1884. After your Blue Cave visit, make your way to Komiža, a small coastal town on the Mediterranean island of Vis known for its rich history and function as a military base. While there, explore stunning coastal cliffs and traditional architecture around the harbor. Then, discover Stiniva cove on your ...

  • Brač: Blue Cave Island Hopping Deluxe Tour

    5. Brač: Blue Cave Island Hopping Deluxe Tour

    See a variety of beautiful islands and hidden bays all in one day. Join this tour on Brač Island and sail off to see more of the Croatian coast and explore its hidden gems and unique landscape. The first stop will be the famous Blue Cave, known for its specific illumination and unique atmosphere caused by the sunlight that penetrates through an opening. It is best to visit during the morning hours while the sea is quiet and the sun rays penetrate into the interior. Afterward, experience the true Mediterranean lifestyle in Komiža, a small town where you can explore coastal cliffs and traditional architecture. Next, stop at the unique Stiniva Cove, also located on Vis Island. Then, head straight to the Blue Lagoon, near the island of Budikovac, which is the best place for swimming and snorkelling. Jump off the boat and dive into the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. Stop shortly on P...

  • Dalmatia: Private Full–Day 5–Islands Speedboat Tour

    6. Dalmatia: Private Full–Day 5–Islands Speedboat Tour

    Start your private tour at 8:00 AM with speed boat and skipper who will accompany you. Head to the east side of Biševo island and explore Blue Cave, a natural phenomenon and popular destination. See how the sun creates a magical deep blue and silver tint. Move on to island Vis at around 10:45 AM to explore the picturesque fisherman's village Komiža for one hour of free time. Discover its narrow streets and pebble beaches or have a coffee and visit the Fishermen's Museum in the old Venetian tower on the promenade. On the southern side of the island, stop for a swim and snorkel in the most attractive Stiniva cove, reachable only by water.  Your next stop is at Green Cave on Ravnik island, around 1:10 PM. Marvel at the divine emerald green light on the water, floor and walls. Head to island Budikovac at the amazing Blue Lagoon, surrounded by shallow clear blue water and pebble beach. Fina...

  • Hvar: Private Blue Cave and Vis Speedboat Tour

    7. Hvar: Private Blue Cave and Vis Speedboat Tour

    Take a private tour to fully enjoy the beauties of this coastal areal. Completely personalized for you, this tour ensures the best experience of Vis Island as you travel aboard a spacious 11-meter speedboat which delivers maximum comfort for groups up to 12 people. Equipped with a large sundeck and a bathing platform, it was designed for excursions and offers everything you need. Throughout your tour, see the magical Blue Cave, swim and snorkel in Stiniva Bay (voted the best beach in Europe in 2016), and submerge yourself in the crystal waters of the Budikovac Blue Lagoon. Cover these most popular attractions, before visiting some of the lesser-known areas such as the secret caves on the southern shore of Vis Island. After exploring the island, move on to explore the best of the Pakleni Islands. A private tour offers you the opportunity to visit the places you want, with enough time to...

  • Split: Vis Island Cruise, "Mamma Mia" Locations & Snorkeling

    8. Split: Vis Island Cruise, "Mamma Mia" Locations & Snorkeling

    Depart from Split and set sail along the stunning Croatian coastline. Stop at the historic Stončica Lighthouse, which has a long tradition of active lighthouse keepers who still tend to the complex today. Afterwards, explore the island's fascinating World War Two militarily tunnels and learn about their use during the war. Next, take a tour of the island and pass by some of the filming locations for the popular “Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again” movie. Admire these locations first-hand, which are a delight for even those who haven’t seen the movie. Continue the tour to Komiža next, a small fishing village that is bursting with authentic charm. Enjoy a stroll through the narrow streets lined with quaint stone houses and get a sense for local life. Once you’ve worked up a bit of a sweat from your travels, cool off from the heat with a dip in the mesmerizing Stiniva Bay. Spend some free time s...

  • Hvar Wine Tour + Dalmatian Dinner

    9. Hvar Wine Tour + Dalmatian Dinner

    The ancient Greeks and Romans were already growing grapes and producing wine on Hvar in 300 BC. This gave them safety, food and medicinal wealth. Vineyards are all over the island. Strong wind and sun are ideal conditions for producing the best quality wine. The wine tour begins in Hvar town with a drive to the other side of the island to the island's most important wine region. Further on, you'll visit two of the most famous Croatian winemakers. The wine tour includes wine tastings in two wineries of your choice (depending on availability). In the Sv. Nedjelja village, by the waterside, the Plenković family formed their horticulturist company in early 1986. Their vineyards are to the south of Hvar island and on the Makarska vineyards below Mt. Biokovo. Here you will have a chance to see an astonishing underwater wine cellar overlooking the bottom of the sea. You will have the opportunit...

  • From Split: Hvar Five Islands and Blue Cave Private Tour

    10. From Split: Hvar Five Islands and Blue Cave Private Tour

    Your private journey begins from the meeting point in Split from where you will set off to one of the most famous places on the Adriatic, the Blue Cave (entry ticket not included). The Blue Cave on Bisevo island is one those surreal places that reminds you just how beautiful the world can be once you escape the city. While waiting to enter the Blue Cave, you will explore Bear Cave, where a colony of Mediterranean monk seals used to live. The cave is intimidating and dark, yet amazing and truly magnificent. At around 12 PM it is time to head to the southern part of the island and visit Stiniva Beach, voted the best beach in Europe. It is breathtakingly secluded with a sea entrance that is just 16ft wide. Afterwards, go for a swim at the hidden turquoise lagoon on the island Vis and enjoy the untouched nature of this part of the island. This is the time to relax on the pebbled beach, swi...

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What people are saying about Vis Island

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 8 reviews

This experience was fantastic, and would happily do it again. The first stop was the blue cave which was stunning, the initial speedboat ride to get there was long so be prepared, but fun! The next stops were beautiful and we were there just the right amount of time. The blue lagoon was nice, but overrated I think and the beach is pebbled so a bit rough on the feet. We were lucky as we had perfect weather which made the boat ride perfectly fine but I can imagine it could be pretty rough weather dependant. Would definitely recommend this trip and Mario and Elena were fantastic.

Thrilling adrenaline filled boat ride! Even though we didn’t get to see the blue caves because of the high waves, the visits to the islands with 2 swim and snorkel stops made the trip really worthwhile.

Definitely worth the day out. Such beautiful stops and a decent amount of time spent at each stop to be able to see it all. The speed boats were definitely an experience in itself

What an amazing experience this was to go on the speed boat from island to island along with the blue cave which was incredible.

Very fun great exploring! Great stops. Make sure you walk up to the fortress when you get to HVAR!