Meet early in the morning at the Split waterfront, hop aboard your vessel, and set off. You’ll visit in-demand attractions like the Blue Grotto and Blue Lagoon, will explore the Pakleni Islands, will visit Stiniva Bay, will explore Hvar, and much more. Take a break from the bustling city and discover Split’s nearby islands on a tour that includes access to the famous Blue Cave Croatia Stiniva Bay, and Solta Island. Sail the Adriatic with ease as your driver guides you between dispersed locations, and discover underwater views and tranquil spots with included use of diving masks.
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Most tour operators offer free jackets, but if you travel on a colder day in the shoulder season, make sure to also wear a sweater and a jacket of your own. Hvar is an expensive luxury resort with a beautiful little harbor and a waterside promenade. Our tour stopped here for 2,5 hours which gave us plenty of time to see all the highlights. Just a short boat ride from the Blue Grotto, the Monk Seal Cave is one of those places that not all the tours visit, however it’s really impressive to see. The best Blue Cave tours are those that will adjust the itinerary to the season and the weather to make sure that you have the best possible time. I read one or two reviews from people who didn’t get to see the Blue Cave due to the weather, yet still said this trip was absolutely worth it.
But you can’t rule out the joy of traveling to the mystical cave during the off-season with fewer crowds. The Blue Cave (Modra špilja) is located at the Balun Cove on the eastern side of the island. Though Croatian fisherman have known of the blue cave since ancient times, it wasn’t until 1884 that a easy entrance was blasted out with dynamite.
We’ll take you to visit this extraordinary work of Mother Nature at the best time of day to enjoy its light show – between 11 am and 12 pm. The most complete and luxurious Blue cave tour there is in Croatia. An All-inclusive high-quality tour with premium class lunch in a private bay on Vis island and drinks included. First described and painted by Baron Eugen von Ransonet, the cave was originally accessible only by diving as it had one natural entrance below the sea level.
Here you can read more about me, my family, and our trips all over the world… I recommend packing all your belongings in a waterproof dry bag. The green light is very small and incomparable to the Blue Cave. It’s something nice to see, but not something you should feel sorry about if you miss. Konoba Tomic is an excellent small eatery in Porat bay to try fish and seafood dishes, especially squid. If you are lucky to have your own boat, you can of course dock by Bisevo yourself!
So yes, it’s possible to see dolphins on the Blue Cave tour as well. For us, it was just the cherry on the cake and a nice way to end the beautiful day island-hopping and visiting some of the nicest coastal towns and landscapes of Croatia. Palmižana bay is the most popular stop of the Paklinksi islands, best known as a place to party.