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Stop At: Stiniva Cove, Stiniva, Vis, Island of Vis Croatia
After visiting and swimming in the Green Cave our next stop is Stiniva bay, the most beautiful European beach in 2016. Our skipper will anchor the boat in front of the entrance and you’ll have about an hour of free time for swimming, diving and sunbathing. You can enter Stiniva by swimming ( 20 m ) or with a small rubber boat. At the beach there is a bar where you can have drink and relax.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Cave Bisevo, Bisevo 21480 Croatia
Our next stop is the magnificent
Blue Cave, national natural wonder. When we arrive at the Blue cave skipper will anchor the speed boat on the dock, help you to step out and show you where to buy tickets. After buying tickets ( 70kn low season -100 Kn high season ) you can visit bar and wait while drinking refreshments your turn to enter the cave. Small motor boat 12 passengers capacity will drive you to the entrance of the Blue cave which is 2 min away from the dock. Entrance is quite small so you’ll have to bow your head while entering. In the cave you will spend about 15 minutes and you are allowed to take pictures and videos to capture this natural phenomenon, blue reflecting sea and silver shine on the other objects. After visiting the cave you will return to the port where our skipper is waiting for you.
After Blue cave we are going to visit one of the optional places.
OPTIONAL PLACES - Depending on group preferences and weather conditions we are visiting one more optional place on island Vis:
Green lagoon on island Budikovac,
Seal Monk's Cave, Sandy beach Stončica, the smallest beach on Vis,
Town Vis or town Komiža or 2nd world war military submarine garage
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Sea Monk Cave, Biševo, 21485, Biševo, Croatia
The Monk Seal Cave was named after the Mediterranean Monk Seal (lat. Monachus monachus), a species which used to reside in the waters around Bisevo island. Since Vis archipelago is thriving in fish population and the caves offered monk seals protection and rest, as well as the spawning ground, this area was ideal to support a Mediterranean Monk Seal population.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Budikovac Island, Split Croatia
Short swiming at Budikovac island " its Turquoise Lagoon"
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Palmizana Botanical Garden, Meneghello Estate, Hvar, Hvar Island 21450 Croatia
After visiting this fantastic places on island Vis we are heading back to Pakleni islands to visit
Palmižana sandy beach. In Palmižana there are 3 small sandy beaches, coctail bar Laganini, and 3 restaurants (Bacchuss, Totos & Zori). Our skipper will anchor the speed boat on the dock and you will have free time for lunch and swimming. You can stay in the boat and listen to music, do nice walk to the Aci Marina on the north side, visit botanic garden... Around 6 pm our guests are happy and tired so we are slowly driving back to Hvar while sunset is starting to make beautiful ending to the day
If the Blue Cave is closed (this happens sometimes due to southern wind or high tide), you can cancel the tour and we will give you a full refund.However, we definitely recommend going even if the Blue Cave is closed, because we take you to see two extra locations instead of the cave; the beautiful fishing town of Komiža and the impressive former military submarine shelter.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Pakleni Islands, Opposite Hvar, Hvar, Hvar Island Croatia
PAKLINSKI ISLANDS, an archipelago in front of the town of Hvar. Numerous bathing places, hidden beaches, pine wood, restaurants, bars,...place for every soul looking for either fun or total peace. Taxi boats from Hvar port can take you there.
Palmižana is the most popular sandy beach. A walk through a botanical garden with rosemary shrubs all around you, exotic plants, agava, opuntia, ..is by all means a unique experience.
Lounge bars offer great atmosphere.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Tvrdava Fortica, D116 29, Hvar, Hvar Island 21469 Croatia
At the end of tour we offer you free ride with car to the fortres to watch the sunset.
Fortress "Spanjola"dominates the town. Built some 100 metres above the sea level during the period of the Venetians, today's appearance dates back to 16th ct while the medieval walls were already built in 13th and 14th ct.
Duration: 20 minutes