Blue Lagoon and Trogir Tour
€ 60 per person
Morning and afternoon departures
From 01.06-30.09 at 09:00 and 14:30
Departing once a day
From 01.05-31.05 and from 01.10-31.10 at 11:00
Hotel pick up Service
Hotel pickup is available on request from selected hotels:
Le Meridien Lav
*Pick up service from Le Meridien Lav and Radisson Blu hotels are available for morning departures only.
Blue Lagoon Tour description
Hop on board our signature tour from Split to the famous “Blue Lagoon”. Situated between the two Krknjaši islands, this lustrous lagoon is a bright blue paradise, ideal for swimming, snorkeling and a day lounging in the sun.
After you’ve dipped, dived, and delved deep into the lagoon, you’ll discover the charming UNESCO-protected town of Trogir, the next destination of our Blue Lagoon tour. We’ll moor the speedboat at Trogir’s main promenade so you can set off on a sightseeing tour of this historic city by entering through the ancient city gates.
New in 2021 – new speedboat in our fleet
09:30 Departure from Split Riva
10:00 Arrival in Trogir, free time
11:30 Departure from Trogir
12:00 Free time in Blue Lagoon
13:30 Departure from Blue Lagoon
14:00 Arrival to Split
14:30 Departure from Split Riva
15:00 Free time in Blue Lagoon
16:30 Departure time
17:00 Arrival in Trogir, free time
18:30 Departure from Trogir
19:00 Arrival to Split
Weather Tour is subject to weather conditions, and may be cancelled or the itinerary changed due to poor weather. If canceled the tour can be resceduled and you will be offered a different date or a full refund.
Designated stopping time at each destination may vary depending on weather conditions and number of visitors. If so, the itinerary may be adjusted in compliance with the guest to provide the best tour experience.
|•||Small group experience: benefit from a more personalized service|
|•||Choose a morning or an afternoon departure according to your preferences|
|•||Soak up the sun on our speedboat while admiring the view of the surrounding islands|
|•||Visit the “Adriatic’s tropical paradise” – the Blue Lagoon|
|•||Swim in the turquoise waters and explore the vibrant marine life by snorkeling|
|•||Enjoy a walk through the UNESCO-protected city of Trogir|
|•||Transfer by speedboat|
Blue Lagoon tour Experience
We’ll set off by speedboat from the scenic Split cityscape and buzz our way to the Blue Lagoon. A paradise not unlike the tropical landscapes you’d find in a film, the Blue Lagoon is a cerulean haven where different shades of blue jump at every corner you turn. The sandy seabed below and sunshine up high make this a foolproof way to spend your day.
FROM SPLIT TO THE BLUE LAGOON
Our Blue lagoon tour from Split is a half day tour with morning and afternoon departures. Depending on the departure time, we either go directly from Split to the Blue Lagoon or from Split to Trogir and then to Blue Lagoon, which is 15 minutes away by speedboat.
The speedboat ride from Split to the Blue Lagoon lasts approximately 30 minutes, during which you will cruise the channel between the islands of Šolta and Čiovo.
When the Blue Lagoon tour departs from Split to Trogir, we speed through the channel between the island of Čiovo and the mainland until we reach the old town of Trogir on a 25-minute speedboat ride
The Blue Lagoon is pure bliss for snorkelers thanks to its crystalline sea and sandy seabed composed of crushed sea shells which, under the sunlight, pops in various shades of blue. After you’ve swum and snorkeled your way around the lagoon, take some time to lounge in the sun and admire the trio of islands surrounding you.
Apart from the Blue Lagoon, you’ll also get the chance to admire one of the best-preserved examples of Romanesque-Gothic architecture in Central Europe – the UNESCO-protected town of Trogir. Founded in the 3rd-century, Trogir is a museum town adorned with ancient alleyways, palaces, and castles that’ll have your jaw drop in awe.
Better yet, did you know that the area surrounding the Blue Lagoon is a natural habitat for dolphins, and you might even get the chance to spot a few on this tour? Keep your eyes peeled as we approach the Blue Lagoon – you might be in for a pleasant surprise!
Office address: Obala Lazareta 3
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Arriving by car
July and August can get very busy, so we recommend you get clear instructions about available parking
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Arriving by bus
Buses that stop at Tržnica (green market) near our office
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18 and 60
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Bring with you
In order to make your trip as comfortable as possible please wear casual and light clothes. If you plan to swim and snorkel in the Blue lagoon make sure you bring your swimsuit, towel and comfortable shoes. For your protection we would advise to wear sunscreen and a hat. And of course don’t forget to bring your camera to capture all the amazing memories!
|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||Not recommended for pregnant travelers|
|•||Not recommended for travelers suffering from back and neck injuries|
|•||Not recommended for infants aged 2 and under|
|•||Not wheelchair accesible|
FAQ about the Blue Lagoon Tour
When and where do we meet??
We’ll meet in “S Tours” office, located near Riva promenade at the address Obala Lazareta 3, 21 000 Split, near the restaurant Terminal F and the waterfront.
You must check in for your boat tour in the office. Our staff will be there waiting for you and lead you to your boat, just a short walk from your meeting point.
You must arrive 15 minutes prior to departure. We leave on time!
Is a pick-up service included??
Pick up service for boat excursions is not available.
What should we bring??
Since you are going to spend a whole morning\afternoon on the boat and the beach, we recommend to bring a sunglasses, hat, beach towel and sunscreen.
You are allowed to bring your drinks and snacks.
If you are planning to snorkel, please bring your own snorkeling equipment.
What is the difference between Blue cave and Blue Lagoon??
Blue cave and Blue Lagoon are not the same thing. Blue cave is a small cave on the island on Bisevo where you are getting in by a small wooden ship. Swimming is not allowed inside the cave. Blue Lagoon is a swimming and snorkeling paradise, a crystal clear bay in a ring of a three isolated islands.
Where the Blue Lagoon is located??
Blue Lagoon is one of the top summer attractions you should put on your Croatia bucket list. It is located on Drvenik island, a small island with serene atmosphere. It is very close to historic city of Trogir. It takes approx. 35 minutes from Split by speedboat to get there.
How far is Blue Lagoon from Trogir??
It is a short speedboat ride between Blue Lagoon and Trogir. It takes 15 minutes to get from one location to another.
How long do we spend in Trogir??
Once we reach Trogir, you’ll have a free time to explore the town, approx. 1 and 15 minutes. You can wonder through its promenade and old streets or soak up the sun rays in one of the waterfront bars and restaurants.
What should we visit in Trogir??
Trogir is a well-known historical town on the Adriatic and it is a UNESCO heritage site. During your free time, you can visit Kamerlengo caste on the main Riva promenade, bell towers, St. Lawrence cathedral, the Clock tower, City Gates, the Church of st. Peter, Benedictine Monestery of st. Nicholas and stroll around old Mediterranean streets.
Should we join the morning or the afternoon tour? What is the difference??
Both versions, morning and afternoon one have the same duration and gets you to the same locations. Tour lasts 4,5 hours and you’ll visit Blue Lagoon and Trogir town. The only difference is that in the morning version you visit Trogir first and in the afternoon version, Trogir is the last stop. The reason is that we want you to enjoy the Blue Lagoon while the sun is up so you have a perfect beach day.
Is Blue Lagoon a sandy beach??
No, the beach on Drvenik is not sandy. Blue Lagoon has a sandy sea bottom which gives turquoise color and different shades of blue. Since the area is isolated and surrounded by untouched nature, sea is crystal clear and transparent.
We recommend to bring a swim shoes, if you usually wear them on the beaches.
What happened if the weather is bad??
The weather in Dalmatia is great during the summer months, but it can be unpredictable at times, especially when the wind called Jugo is blowing.
In case the tour need to be cancelled due to bad weather conditions and safety reasons, you’ll be able to choose between few solutions;
- Reschedule your tour for another day (if you are scheduled for morning version, you can reschedule it for the afternoon)
- Replace your tour with some other available tour
- Cancel your tour and get a full refund