Blue cave and 6 islands tour

Croatia has more than 1000 islands… discover the jewels of central Dalmatian archipelago with us… For this excursion You can choose departure from 1700 years old UNESCO’s  city Split, Trogir or Kaštela.

Search the nature of Vis island… Blue grotto or Blue cave  is one of many Croatian wonders of nature, because of the glowing blue light that appears at certain times of day.  It is a water – logged sea cave in a small bay called Balun, on the east side of the island of Biševo.  Green cave.

After that we go to the one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic – Stiniva, hidden behind large stone walls. This beautiful pebble beach is visible only when you sail in between two cliffs, and those are just 4 meters apart.

Next destination is Green Grotto or Green Cave. This is a cave on the island of Ravnik with two entrances and an opening at the top through which the light enters, bounces off the seabed and colors the walls in green. Near the Green Cave there is a small uninhabited island called Budikovac. The island has a beautiful pebble beach, and a small bay sheltered from the open sea which has become an attractive refuge for many yachters who love to spend their holidays here. Hvar is over 2000 years old ancient town, with rich cultural and historical heritage, one of the oldest theaters  in Europe, conquer the fortress  “Fortica” from 13. ct. Enjoy scents of lavender Island and local gastronomy.

Paklinski islands or Pakleni Islands is a group of islands south of Hvar town, very popular among tourists and yachtsmen. There are plenty of coves and bays and among them most popular is definitely South Palmižana bay. Palmižana is true piece of heaven on Earth, with its rich vegetation, crystal clear sea and amazing restaurants.


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